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Juyper MulltJ. Mail in,7:55; :15 a m arul 8 p.m Mail out 7:30 a.m. 5;30 p.m. M l Effective Sunday, November 27, 1921, the 8chidule time of South ern Railway trains at Jasper is as follows; Southbound Nw, 12 Leave 7:55 s m. No, 11 M" .11:00 a.m. No. G " ... 7:05pm. NortlHiound No. 5 Leave.. -.9:10 a m. No. 13 " ....4:45 p.m, No. 11 M ....8:00 p.m. The Fourth of J jly celebration nt Huntinburtf will be the best ever Don't miss it. -k. The Ilome of the Soul. In olden times, it was believed that the seat of the soul was the stomach, most likely for the reason that a man is never so completely used up as when his stomach is out of order. For the cure of the 'ordinary stomach troubles, there is nothing quite so prompt and satisfactory as Cham berlain's Tablets. They strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. Give them a trial. They only cost a quarter. There will be something doinp every minute at IluntinpburpV 4th of July celebratiou two ba loon ascentions; base ball be tween Athletics and Ft. Branch, dancing: an atliMic meet fo southern Indiana", mule race, all day bind concept You can't af ford to mi s it Mips Cleda E kert left Friday for Madison, Wis., to attend coll ege. His Friend Recommended Them. "Six years ago," writes W. II. Shad well, Stanley, Va., I had kidney trouble, and at times was unable to V - raise myself in bed. Foley Kidney Pills were recommended to me by the Chief of the Fire Department. After using 3 bottles I was completely re lieved and have never had a return of the symptoms.' Why suffer when you can get relief from rheumatic pains, backache, swollen, sore and stiff joints, sleep disturbing bladder weakness and other symptoms of dis ordered kidneys. For sale at Rose Mehringer's. Krodel Rumbach Mr. Clelua Krodel. son' of the late Mr. and Mrs Ben Krodel, and Miss Delia Rumbach, daugh ter of Mrs C. Rumbach, wert united in marriage in S . Josephs church Tuesday mominc:. Beth bride and groom are we 1 known nd popular young peoph the groom 13 employed aa a cab inet maker at the Novelty Works and the bride has been employed as book keeper at A. M. Bohnert & Son's e'evator. A recept'on and wedding din ner and supp r were had at tht brides home on West Seventh St. and in the evening their many friends gathered at the Opera House to enjoy the wedding dance. Mr. and Mrs. Krodrl will make their home in the Krodel resi' dence on North Main St. Cood Help In Summer. Indigestion causes worry, nervous ness, sL'k headaches, biliousness, coat ed tongue, bad breath, bloating, gas constipation and constant distress Henry C. Thome, 1002 Harrison Ave Iioston, Mass., writes: "Since taking Foley's Cathartic Tablets I feel fine, They cleanse the bowels, sweeten the stomach and invigorate the liver Cause na pain, no nausea. Not habit forming just a good, wholesome physic. For sale at Rose Mehringer's Geo. R. Wil-on was h jre from Indian ipolis thp fist tf th's wek to attend the funeral ol John Gramelspacher. ' Foley'c Honey and Tar COMPOUND STOPS THAT DISTRESSING COUGH checkt it quickly tod iure ly, clears the throat of phlegm tad gnueu, od col the raw, iadimed surfaces with healing, tootbio raedi ciac. Don't Cough Until Wk "I m an old Udy, 75 year old. and I bad a very bad cough from havto la grippe. 1 thought it a good time to try rolcy'a Honey and Tar Compound, tad I icot tod got ft bottle, and it topped my cough, and I got better. So dow I am around the houie agam. Mr. Mary KUby, Spokane. Who. Wi can throve n ) imitatton or substitute is as good as the genu ine FcUy's Honey an J Ttr For aalo by llosa Mehriiiger Why Suffer from Hhcumatism? Do you know that nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rhumatism of the muscles or chronic rheumatism, neither of which require any internal treatment? The paÜn may be relieved by applying Cham berlain's Liniment, which makes sleep and rest possible, and that certainly means a great deal to any one afflicted with rheumatism. You'll be happy for ever and ever if yoj attend the bier cele bration at HuntinRburp; July 4th. Mrs. Ed Verberacher end Mrs. Lizzie Schneider, of Evansville were here this week to attend the funeral of Theobold Kiefer. Will SurelyHelp Others. The condition of the human body is reflected by the conditkm of the kid neys and blood. If the kidneys are not functioning, waste products and poisons cannot be elimnated. Rheu matic pains, swollen, aching and stiff joints and muscles, dizziness and blurred vision are symptoms of kid ney trouble. Mrs. A. Lechner, 1129 Main Ave., Clifton, N. J., writes: "Fo ley's Kidney Pills have helped me and I gladly give you permission to use this testimonial, for they will surely help." Sold by Rose Mehringer. Mrs. Strahier, of Ter. e Haute was in the citv Wf dne3dav to at- 'nd the funeral of Theobold Kiefer. Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Kemedy. Every family should keep this pre paration at hand during the hot of the summer months. It is almost sure to be needed and when that time comes, s worth many times its cost. Buy it now. Mrs. G. E. Norman and child ren returned home Sunday from Kentucky, where they had spent a few days J. P. Schwenk, Liconsod Embalmor and Fnneral Director Calls answered promptly Day or Night. Auto or Horse drawn hearse Phone 82. Jasper, Ind Theo. Kiefer Passes Away. Thecbold Kiefer, aired 66. died at his home on East Fifth St., Sunday atternoon after a brief illness. Deceased was an em ployee of th Jasper De?k Co., where he had worked for mint years and the factory was closed Wednesday morninjr so the em ployees could attend he funeral. The funeral wa9 held Wednes day moininp;, the services con ducted in St. Joseph's church and interment in Fairview ceme tery. Deceased leaves a idow, one son Herman and two daughters. Mrs J J. Schneider, of trii3 city and Mrs. Fred Reck, of Hunting burg. Richard Huther returned Sat urday from a weeks visit at Louisville. . - Andrew Eckert spent the first of the week in Louisville on b jsi ness. To Stop Coughing At Night. Summer bronchial cough keeps not only the sufferer but other members of the family awake. Afred Barker, 1061 Avondale St., E. Liverpool, 0., writes: "I consider it ray duty to write and tell the results of Foley's Honey and Tar, which I used for my boy who had been suffering from a bronchial cough for 7 or 8 weeks. Foley's Honey and Tar has done him wonderful good, and I shall always recommend it." It soothes and heals. Sold "by Rose Mehringer. Loui Eckstein attended lumberman's convention at Chi cajio last week. (uy Normt n is in Chicago tnis veek attending a furniture roar kit Recommends Chamberlain's Tablets. "Chamberlain's Tablets have been used by my husband and myself off and on for the past five years. When my husband goes away from home he always takes a bottle of them along with him. Whenever I have that heavy feeling after eating, or feel dull and played out, I take one or two of Chamberlain's Tablets and they fix me up fine,' writes Mr. Newton Vrec- land, Minoa, N. Y. Take these tab lets when troubled with constipation or indigestion and they will do you good. John Gramelspacher Dead. John Gramelspacher, ono of the pioneer and best known citi zens of Dubois county, passed away at his home in Jasper early Sunday, after a period of illness of a compüca ion of diseases ex Unding over several months. Jlr. Gramelspacher was a civil war veteran having served through the war and wa3 engap ed in a number of the prominent battles. After the war he returned to Jasper and engaged in the planing mill business and later organized the Jasper Dtsk Co. and built the desk factory which he very successfully managed until about two yearß ago when he retired o spend the balance of his life in eas. He was also prominent in local politics and held the office of County Auditor for two ieims- Deceased was 76 years of age at time of death. He leaves two sons, George, nanager of the Jasper Veneer Mills, and Gus, Cashier of the Fanners and Merchants Bank, one daughter. Mrs. Arthur Shnr ig, who lived with him, and one brother Joseph, also of Jasper. It was(his wish that his body be cn mated, so after a simp!e funeral service at the house Tuesday morning the remains uere sent to Indianapolis forcie mation and the ashes wiil be placed in the family lot in Fair view cemetery Hall's Catarrh Medicine, f hose who are in a "run down" con dition will notice that Catarrh bothers them much more than when they are in good health. This fact proves that while Catarrh is a local disease, it is greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE consists of an Ointment which Quickly Rel leves by local application, and the internal Medicine, a Tonic, which as- Ists in improving: the General Health. Vi by druggists for over 40 Years. . ). Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Otmar Eckerle, Raybur'i Cran dall, Alex Gugtsell and Louis "eger went to St, Louis Sundty, returning Tu3sday with three new Gardner cars. LOST Pair of loller skates Finder please return to Zadie Kendall, 307 West Sixth St. Want d: Attendants (women) at the Central Indiana Hospital for Insane, Indianapolis, Indiana Also women for the General Kitchen, Sewing Room and Laundry. For the latter places, middle aged women preferred. Room, board and laundry fur nished in addition to the salary. For application blanks, wrte to Dr. George F Edenharter, Superintendent, Address care of hospital. r I r Here is your opportunity to Iciure against embarrassing errors in spelling, pronunciation end poor choice of words. Know the meaning of puzzling war terms. Increase your efficiency, which results in power and success. WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY ia an all-knowing teacher, a universal question answerer, mado to meet your needs. It is in daily uso by hundreds of thousands of suc cessful men and women the world oyer. 400.000 Words. 3700 Paget. 6000 Il lustrations. 12.000 Biographical En tries. 30,000 Geographical Subject. CBJLD PRIZE. (Ilijrheat Award) Fanami-l'aciSo Exposition. REGULAR and IDU PAPEH Editions. WRITE for Specimen Par. FREE 1'uckci Maps if you name this paper. G. & C. MERRIAM CO., Springfield. Mass., U. S. A. r: :::::::::::;::::::::rSSS 1 i.i Couriek advertisers wen let nj; down the price ars into the A plrl learns a lot at school. Th freshmen" at an eastern college for girls say that a man should earn f 20.000 a year before he is to be con sidered as marriageable, but the sen iors put the figures at $2,000. A government bureau says that the known supply of petroleum In the United States will run out In about 20 years, but the known supply of men who think they know how to make a aubsltute seems to be Increasing. !i y'' 6) U 10 to . . KEPT GOFTIII UNDER HER BED FOR 25 YEARS UsecJ for Aged Woman at Last, But Had Served as Guard and Health Promoter. ThQ coffin that Mrs. Eliza Bass of Lumberton, N. C, kept under her bed for 23 years has at last been put to use. The old wotaan-has died at the age of ninety-four und they have bur led her, as she commanded. In tho rude box tnat kept her close and con stant company for so long. Its proximity soothed her and made her slumbers more satisfactory. She always declared, moreover, It kept ber lonely little house on the edge of the village us safe from chicken thieves and other marauders as If she had a pack of fierce bulldogs to protect her. The negro population of Lumberton and the surrounding country had a deadly fear of the old woman's house. They would go hundreds of yarfo out of their wuy to keep from passing near It. Back in 1S9S Mrs. Bass became 111 and Arren Ivey, an old carpenter, was brought Into the room and Instructed as to how the coflin should be made. In a few days a nice bor mude of heart pine and varnlbhed black was brought Into the room and at the old woman's request placed under her bed. Imme diately she grew better. This hap pened several times In subsequent years. "Why do you get well every time when they bring the eotfln out from under the beti?" she was once, asked. "Well, I'll tell you," she said; "I hate coffins as much as anybody. So when I see it, it makes me hate to die so bad that I Just naturally gits well." HERE'S A BEARD OVER 12 FEET LONG, 41 YEARS OLD Way back In '81 Zach T. Wilcox of Carson City, New, became enrnped even as you and I because of a duH razor which like O. Henry's safety razor worked on the principle of pull ing 'em out, Indian fashion, Instead of slicing 'em off. And Mr. Wilcor swore by Antony's nose and the rest of the family gods that never again would he -Insult his good face with a bad razor. He kept his word. And here's Mr. Wilcox today wear ing a beard 41 years of age, 12 feet and 3 inches in length. Which Just about seems to establish a record. Can you beat It? WILL GET $500, DOG Lucky Nephew Heir to a Huge Estate Under Will. Alfred Coterre of Lawrence, Mass., who died some weeks ago, left his en tire estate of $500.000 to his nephew, J. H. Coterre, aged twenty-eight, of North Bay, Can. North Bay intimations state that the lucky, youth never before had more than $1,500 in his possession. The final $230,000 of the estate will short ly be, transferred to him, but he will continue his present business of con ducting a small mirror repair and sil ver plating establishment. Coterre has no relatives, is unmar ried and will now be one of three wealthiest men In North Bay. He is not unduly elated. He says he will build a new home and put the rest of his 5 fortune In the bank. CASTS TYPE IN JAPANESE New Invention Said to Solve Newt paper Problem. The Patent Bureau at Tokyo has granted to Y. Miyagkia, pat ent for a typecasting and setting machine which reproduces Japanese characters. The machine includes about eighty type bars, loosely fitted to permit their removal to reach the murzle of the melting pot. The molds ara controlled from a keyboard, the setting and casting being done auto matically. For years experiments have been conducted in Japan And China in an effort to devise a successful typeset ting machine for Chinese and Jap anese newspapers, but so far the re sults have not been satisfactory. . - .. .. 1 ritz J SEflATL MTESI STARTS POI BOILING NEW AND DEVERIDGE FILE PETI TIONS OF CANDIDACY WITH SECRETARY OF 8TATE. CONTEST AROUSES INTEREST IN ALL PARTS OF STATE Th Indiana political pot for the Republican nomination for United States senator has started boiling now that both Senator Harry S. New, who Is a candidate for renomlnatlon, and Albert J. Bereridge, who served two terms In the senate, have filed their official petitions of candidacy, as re quired by law, with the Secretary of State at Indianapolis. Mr. Beverldge, who has been stump ing the state for the last two years in an effort to work up sentiment for his candidacy, officially announced on Feb. 16 that he would oppose Senator New. It Is. said that Mr. Beverldge Intends to continue hit attacks on the Harding administration in an effort to defeat Senator New, who is cloaly associated with the President. Mr. Beverldge and his managers say that there has been a "spontane ous" movement in the state to back tho ex-senator for the nomination. However, the alleged "spontaneity has caused considerable comment among many of the leading Republican men and women over the state who have been close observers or thi pel'.! cal situation. These Republicans eay that Mr. Beverldge and his managers have been working for two years In an effort to work up a "spantaneous" meeting for Mr. Beverldge but that on the day when Mr. Beverldge officially announced his candidacy only 12S per sons attended the meeting. 8 n at or New In Washington Senator New has announced from Washington that for the present at least he will not return to Indiana to take an active part in tbej contest, be cause of his duties In the senate. "I shall not neglect the dutlti of the term for which I have been elected in order to devote all my time to a cam paign for re-election' Senator Notr aid. As a member of the senate com glitte on foreign rolatlons which If PILE GOODS FOR NEXT FALL Added Demand Is Now Predicted for the Dress Goods Which, Poe tess High Luster. Next fall promises to supply an add ed demand for dress goods which pos sess high luster. The vogue for such materials Is already well established among the better class of weaves. Tile-finished goods are expected to have a leading place In the business on cloaklngs. Twills, featuring the same luster, also promise well. Tho novelty cloths are tending toward those of rep character. Quadrilles, or line checks, appear to he favorites, to gether with the shadow plaids In which the pattern Is defined with nubbed yarn. Roses of Silk. Small roses of the material trim mnny afternoon and evening gowns. One particularly pretty frock was of pink opera satin and showed the scal loped edges bordered with three rows of small silk roses. Similar roses formed a shaped girdle over which fell the edge of the long-walsted seml-flt-ted blouse, and the short sleeves were ornamented with the roses. 'With all my earthly goods I thee endow" has been stricken from a marriage service as a concession to the gTooin. Also, as often Irrelevant, Incompetent and Immaterial. The cockroach is said to employ radio communication, but It will scarcely be tolerated on that account by even the moat rabid "bug." "Why all this talk about flappers? inquires a contemporary. Why all this talk about anything? Ant Isn't it more pleasant to talk about something pleasant than somethlug unpleasant? Well. then. Yl l iT I cigarettes 1 They are GOOD! MYSTERY OVER EFFIGY Bundle left on Doorstep of Ha vana rlome Causes Excitement Negroes Attracted to the Scene Dis play Great Fear of Voodoo Evils and the Evil Eye. Havana. Reining In his shambling horse, an aged negro cab driver early one night recently removed a bundle from the shadows of his coach and de posited it in the doorway of an aristo cratic residence near the Malecon, Ha vana's bay-shore drive. The flickering light of a near-by arc lamp made it possible for passers-by to distinguish the outlines of the bun dle. Apparently It was a rude efilgy. the head an unhusked coconut, with the fiber unraveled enough to give the uppearance of straggly hair, and the legless body a stuffed, ragged coat, to which were fastened bones and what apparently were twigs and berries. Th cab driver hardly had disap peared beforw a small group had con gregated vn the sidewalk before the portico that sheltered the effigy. The group swiftly grew into a small crowd, composed mostly of negroes and mu lattos. Noisy before they caught a glimpse of the motionless figure, the spectators, after giving one glance, lost their animation and became a part of the whispering, nervous as semblage. The suppressed excitement became more pronounced when a negro band, ragged Haitians from the country, started a monotonous air on their torn toms and notched calabashes. Nobody touched the .eßlgJVTiOt even the policemen attracted to the scene, who confined "their energies to keep ing the sidewalk clear. The windows of the house itself re mained shuttered and closed, although gleams of light Indicated the family was awake, even if not desirous of protesting against uninvited visitors. As the hour grew later the crowd dwindled, those leaving hastening their steps as they passed through the deserted streets, with apprehension la their backward glances and frequent signs of the cross, incongruously sup plemented with fingers crossed against the evil eye. Fear of voodoo devils whose fear fully muttered names were often linked with the words, "death before sunrise," sent them hurrying home ward. Hut before dawn the efflgy had dls appeared. ...... FORM 'ORDER OF LOYAL DADS' Every Man Whose Son Fought In World or Spanish War It Eligi ble to Membership. Fort Meyers, Fla. A new patriotic society, "Order of Loyal Dads," has been organized here und Is very much alive. Sheldon Foote, the founder, the "Dad" of the organization, is receiv ing no end of letters from all over the country. The father of any service man, or ex-service man of the United States army and navy, whether in the Spanish war or the World war, Is eligi ble to membership. The order desires affiliation with all patriotic organizations, particularly, with the American Legion. The new order rests on several flno American planks, of which the two strongest are: "We proclaim our adherence to tho Constitution and laws of the United States of America." "We believe and proclaim that the way to lasting peace Is patriotism In time of peace, and we recognize the necessity of force to establish and maintain peace; moral force, and armed force, If need be." SEES PARENTS' DEATH-FIGHT Girl of Thirteen a Witneaa When Mother Slays Husband In Chlcagq. Chicago, July 11. Mary I3alough, wide-eyed and speechless with terror, witnessed a desperate battle between her father, Kalmer, and her mother, Mary, which ended when the mother seized a knife and stabbed her hus band dead. Neighbors who ran in found the wife unconscious beside his body. Ac cording to the daughter, who Is but thirteen, Valmer lialough had been drinking and was upbraiding his wife for her conduct at a Sunday picnic. She retorted that, he would have to quit drinking or she would leave him. He lunged at her with a butcher knife, but she wrested It from him and plunged It three times into his left side. The woman was badly stabbed and cut before she got the knife. Found "Unknown Soldier" I a ä m Was Her Missing Son Just as the body of an un- ervd Into the grave at St. Paul, J Minn., Mrs. Mary Johnson, drawn to the service by the ache of a mother heart for her mits ing son, asked that the coffin be opened. She staggered back, snhhlnff The body was that of her ?on, t deorge u Johnson, a disabled veteran, who was killed t .vo weeks ago on his way to take a position obtained through the imerlcan Legion. The body had lain unclaimed In the morgue.