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   English Crawford County Democrat  (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, English, Indiana                                 » /  (Hvmxxùìvò (¡ímntn i^motrat  VOL. 28. NO. 38.  ENGLISH. INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1907. ^^  EIGHT PAGES.  Governor Hanly's Proclamatioii.  The governor's proclamation setting aside May 30th as Memorial day says:  "Since the Civil war a generation has been boru and reared and is now Hearing the zenith of its power.  "This ueneratiou will soon govern the conntry—make its laws and interpret and execute them and administer  I MILLTOWN ♦  j w. l. schwartz, Correspondent, ♦  ♦»♦♦»♦♦»♦♦••♦•♦♦♦♦»»•♦♦•♦I  iliss Lanra Schwartz was at Loois-ville, Friday. Ed Key and Tharman Roby were at  ; Loaieville, Saturday.  Mrs. William Watson is visitiug at  Bank Statement. | ^  Report of the condition of the Craw- ! J , ford County Stat« Bank at English, in {the state of Indiana, at the close of its I business on May 30, 1907.  KKSOURCES.  Loans and discounts ...  ■ Overdrafts .........  1 Bonds..............  > ♦  Xi  LEAVENWORTH  affairs.  "The beneficiaries of i;JO years of un- , Albany this week.  ' F. E. Bye was at Louisville, buying goods for his store. Philip Seacat, of Depatiw,  Cash in and due from banks. Banking house and fixtures..  exampled sacrifices, transcendent services and exalted devotion, love of cjuntry and of freedom and thankfnl-nefeS to those who founded and to tho.se  Friday,  who preserved the govern meat, should impel us to make acknowledgement of our obligation, give expression to our gratitude and renew the covenants of our citizenship.  "Moved by this thon^ht. in compliment t<i the living soldiery of the republic, and pursuant to cu.stom grown sacred as the love we bear this martyred d«ad, I, J. Frank Hanly, Governor of the state of Indiana, do hereby designate and .net apart Thursday, May ;!0, 1907, as Memorial day and proclaim the same us a legal holiday throughout said state.  "Universal observation of the day i.s recommended and urged. Public ofiice.8 should lie close<l 13asiuess thould be suspended and toil di.scontinued. Frivolous and noisy amu-^^ement should be avoided and the law res])ected.  "In the national cemeteries near the great battlefields of the Southland and about the prison at Andersonville, where gaunt and gha.>illy famine and di.sease and thirst made death a welcome visitor, there—over the graves of all, even of the unkown—the for-get-me-nots are in bloom to-day in annual commemoration of their exalted sacrifice  Mill town on business Thursday. Mrs. Henry Richards, of Georgetown, ^  is visiting C. M. Funk this week. !  (  David Shotter, of Louisville, visited ! his sister. Miss Julia Shotter, Saturday. ;  Miss Nellie Bye was at Depauw, Tuesday, where she has a class in music.  Joseph Holton, of Princeton, is work- 1 ing on the bank building here this week. ' Dr. John Adams, of Salem, visited  Total....................  í li.xuilities.  was at : Capital.....................f 35,000.0(» !  Surplus and undivided profits 8,665.43 Deposits ...................18^1,404.47  Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Grimes left Monday for Louisville to buy goods.  Uncle Dave Taylor, of Marengo, was on our streets Monday meeting old friends.  Eugene Sprinkles, who has been working in the log business, spent Sun-  314,069.89 I his family.  $157,453.94 93.15 6.000.00 46,456.30 4.067.50  The Marital Unrest.  i In the time of our great-grandmothers I and grandmothers nobody thought of dissolving the marriage tie. * A woman's career was marriage, and having once embarked upon it she never considered going back.  But in these days debate is rampant, and so many persons have "considered going back" that one wonders what slight reciprocal affection induced them ever to advance at all. Probably it was not affection, but attraction, which depends upon outward and visible signs  J  MARENGO  Cl«o Spenceb, Correspondent.  Harmon Scott ia on the sick list.  Joseph Hunt and daughter left last week for Iowa.  W. E. Moore and son were at Lonis-vill^Ust Satm-day.  John O. Nash, of Oklahoma, is visiting friends here this week. ^  Rev. J. C. Mills preached a memorial  Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ferguwn, day.  Harry Proctor completed the restaurant building for Mrs. Kate Atz last week.  William Watson and son, Harry, were at New Albany, Sunday visiting relatives.  H(x)ker Loughmiller, who has been at Elpa.so, III. for some time, returned last week.  Hon. John H. Luckett, of English, attended the Sunday school convention here Sunday.  Miss Cetul Suddarth, of English, visited Uncle Jack Barnett and Miss Belle Barnett, Sunday. Emery Daily and Sam Bline finished And there each recurring spring above ; papering and painting Christian Atz's their formless dust they spread their' house Tuesday.  fragrance sweet as silence. ^nd Mrs. Albert Stover, of Cory-  "These, all these, gave their lives, ^^^^ visited Mr. and Mrs. Than Conrad, and the unkown ones gave in addition Saturday and Sunday, theiridentity forever, that government I g ^ ^^^^ ^^ ^jjl  Total..................... 314,069.89  State of Indiana, Crawford county, ss: I, John M. Miller, cashier of the Crawford County State bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true.  John M. Miller, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me,  The stork left a fine baby boy at the. . , , . ^ t,. ^  home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCuI-! «f»'^®®' sermon at Birdseye, Sunday.  lum Sunday evening.  !«nd can cause the most unlikely and un-  , , „ ..... i blendable characters to find each other  Senator John Benz is havmg his resi- ¿„esistibly charming. And while they aence repainted and fine new doors and windows put in the front.  Mr. and Mrs. Percy Odle, after a pleasant visit with friends at the Falls cities, have returned home.  Mrs. Mayme McNally and child, of Louisville. are the guests of ISIr. and Mrs. Hamilton Martin this week.  j are finding each other charming, mar-' riage is so easy! Since the beginning of the world, admonition and advice have done very little toward the curbing of passion, and obstacles have only served to excite it.  And it is not too much to say that  Misses Melissa and Elsie Walker visited at Chet Meriwether's Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Morris, of Pilot Knob, were in Marengo, Monday.  Marengo Cave band played for Decoration at Fredericksburg, Sunday.  Carter and Kay Batman, of Curby, were in Marengo on business Monday. Several from Marengo were in at-  Thurs- this 30th day of May. 1907.  ^ ,, Mrs. George Sale and children, of  JkrryL.scudakth. Notary Public. : Louisville, are spending a few davs  My commission expires April 5. ISKW. | jj^ ^^^ yff^^i^^j^ Breeden. "  GRANTSBURQ. Walter Sibert and Henry Hollowav,  Mrs Laura Fer-uson is on the sick '^ho accompanied Mrs. Sibert and M^s. f«^"« «oarac^rs, wni,  Mrs. Laura Ferguson on the sick ^^^^^^^^ ^^ Louisville last week, re- ^ rapturously into matrimony.  : turned home Saturday. ^^ were into the seventh heaven, r  ... . ^ , ceedingly chagrined to find how  Miss Blanche Kendall has returned to | gelf-denial is demanded of them  I most young people, if left to form their j tendance at court at English this week, own characters, with little in the way | Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Austin, of Leaven-of responsibility forced npon them and worth, are visiting at Marengo this a great deal in the way of comfort and | week, pleasure at their right hand, will form j  • I  list.  Mr. and Mrs. Halleck Goldman visited at Birdseye Sunday.  Mrs. Martha Byrd was visiting | friends at Grantsborg last week. |  Dr. Ed Land, who has been visiting at Louisville, returned home Friday.  Charlie Roberson who has been working at Jasper returned home last Friday.  Rev. Curtis Eskew, who has been working at Depauw, returned home last week.  Miss Lula and Eva Froman, who I have been working at Pilot Knob, returned home Sunday.  her home at New Amsterdam after a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Kendall.  Work on the pike on Nelson street is going on rapidly and several parties are having work done in front of their residences. We will soon have our streets in fine condition.  Messrs. E. O. Thompson, Jr., and W. M. Otter, of Louisville, passed through our town Sunday enroute to Wyandotte Cave. They returned to Lonisville Monday morning. Rev. Walker gave a lecture with ster  .. 1« • J , » u ^ u- u Gottfried and F. P. Walts at-  rather self-indulgent characters, which, ; j . , . ^  _ _ __tended memorial services at Birdseye  it were into the seventh heaven, are ex- i ,,  much i ^iitch Snyder attended  when ! faneral of Robert Breeden at Mill-  they get there. Nobody has explained Tuesday  to them what marriage, and the companionship of it really means, nor what a fund of tact and tenderness, forbearance. good-will and gentle judgment  Mrs. E. R. Luckett, who has been visiting her parents at Valeene, returned home Sunday.  Mr. Morris, of Salem, is at Marengo  one must have to tide over the hard j this week placing some nice orders of places that come, at times, to even the monumental work, most loving couples.-Caroline Duer in Rev. O. C. Tavlor held his fourth the June Delineator. j quarterly meeting for this conference  The first strawberries of the season in I year at Pilot Knob, Sunday, this vicinity were brought to English : E. Poe is moving his saw mill from last Saturday. j Milltown to Marengo and will run a  Corydon will P^aoing in connection with it.  of the people, for the people and by the ! people might not perish from the earth.' We their children, cannot forget theui. ! We cannot forget what they did. Nor can we forget why they did it. We cannot be le.ss mindful than thefiowers. " ,  Died at Jeffersonville.  (Jsc«r Patrick, sr.n of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Patrick, died of pueuuionia at their home in JeiTer.Honville Thursday morning of last week and the remains were brought to English Saturday morning and taken to Grantsburg for interment. Funeral services were conducted by Rev W. H. Huwerton and the remainii were interred iu the cemet-ery at two o'clock. The deceased was about twenty-two years of age and is survived by his parents and several brothers and sisters. The youug man was well known in this county as he  Supt.  deliver the address at the exercises here Thursday. Oscar Patrick, son of Mr. and Mrs.  Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bye were at! «i»®^/'  Crandall. Tuesday, looking after busi-! ness interests at that place. !  The Milltown Milling Company ha» i  Misse.s Mary Wright and Edith | eoptican views on "Ben Hur" last Fri-Benham, of Grantsburg. went to j day in the interest of the Epworth  Hon. W. T. Zenor, of deliver an address for the Grand Army of the Republic at Salem to-day.  received a car load of the latest improved mill machinery for the mill.  Clarence Byrum, who had an operation performed recently at Louisville returned Friday and is doing well.  Dr. G. W. Baylor left Saturday morning to attend the Railway Surgeons , Association at Washington, D. C., this ^ English Monday  The remains were brought to Grantsburg. Saturday and the funeral service was conducted by Rev. W. H. Howerton, of English, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Grantsburg cemetery.  and the lecture was ed by all.  Memorial I English to take examination Saturday, j League. A large crowd was present | Circuit court convened Tuesday morn-  thoroughly enjoy-, ing and was in session until noon when i it was adjourned.until Friday morning.  Reports are to the effect that there was quite a little frost in varioas parts of the county on the morning of May 38th.  Commissioners court will be in ses-1  PERSONAL MENTION.  session.  I week.  Milton Black and family and William j Brock and family visited Henry Arnold j near Fredericksburg, Saturday and ; Sunday.  Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Breeden and son  J. R. Crews, of Taswell, was in  Sulphur, was in  born  was  The family removed about a year ago.  : August Velcein, o English Tuesday.  Hon. W. E. Cox. of Jasper, : attendence at court this week.  John Sharp, of Sharps Mills, was ; English Tuesday attending court.  Mr. and Mrs. John D. Gilliland and  IS m  m  and reared at (irantibure I daughter, of Huntingburg, attend- j  ed the funeral of Robert Breedeu here ; ^rs. Lizzie Lambdin, were at Milltown  SULPHUR.  Thomas Perkins is able to be out again.  Mrs* Kate Brandenborough is improving in health.  A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berkley one day last week.  Miss Kate ^randenborough and sister visited Miss Lena Wilbur Sunday.  Miss Myrtle Johnson, who has been staying at Riddle, came home Saturday evening.  Louis Riley who has been at Louis-j ville for some time is at home on a visit i for a few days.  I Mrs. John Jeffreys and children, of : Bristow, are visiting her parents Mr. McKinliy home at Canton, and Mrs. A. J. Riley. | Sunday afternoon as a result  H. C. Ramsey, former editor of the Marengo Observer, made a sale of bis personal property Saturday and will soon move to Oklahoma.  Mrs. W. A. Cook, Mrs. Kenzie Veatch, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown. Misses Ermil Sloan and Emia Spencer attended quarterly meeting at Pilot Knob, Sunday.  I Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bullington. Mr.  ^ .„ ^ . , i and Mrs. James Rawlingp. Mr. and Mrs.  sion next Monday. Bids will be received j^bn Vanmeter, Jr., and Mr.  on the Steriing township pike at that Thomas"Aus^rn ' ¿<wk"dhmer Tt^'jiiQ^s  Stroud's near Valeene, Sunday.  William H. Hobson went to Indianapolis last Monday to attend the F. and A. M. grand lodge and will remain until the 30th to hear President Roosevelt who will speak there on that day.  The street car men of Evansville who went out on a strike ' returned to their work last Sunday after being out ten days, an agreement having been reached between the men and the company last Saturday.  Mrs. William McKinley, widow of the martyred president, died at the  Ohio, last of a para-  to Jeffersonville '  Miss Zellie  Teachers for Next Year.  The school board of English met recently and chose the following teachers for the coming year: Prof H W. Mock, principal; Tilden liobbel. grammar department; Mis-s Cieorgia Cole, intermediate department; J. S Melton, primary department. All of the teach- I ers, with the exception of Miss Cole, have had considerable experience and  Tuesday.  ' Dr. 1. A. Dieg, of Louisville, Ky., attended the funeral of his sister, Mrs. ■ William Grantz, at St. Joseph last Saturday.  Ben Ferguson and Perry Jones com-! menced to build a six room house on ; ; Mill street for Thomas Bitner first of ) f i the week.  attending the Sunday school convention ! Jeffreys, of  Riley and Miss Ethel Bristow. visited Miss  lytic stroke received on the 33rd of May.  the morning of  :Sunday.  John M. Miller and Dr. F. G. Hammond left Tuesday for ludian-' apolis where they will attend F. and A. 1 M. grand lodge.  I Editor D. J. Murr, of Milltown, is court this week. He is interested in several cases that will  i come up during the term. Uncle Charies Dearborn, of Birdseye, , jj^ ^^^ jj^g p r Gobbel are at who has been working here for two  I Delthena Abell Monday.  Mrs. G. H. Abell and Mrs. Thomas : Perkins visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey ' Maymon Sunday and Monday.  Vem Riley, who has been attending school at Bristow, has been visiting his j parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Riley the i past few days.  I Miss Vina Elatcn, who has been stay-  in the case of the state against Jamee Austin and Charles J^es for selling liquor without a license, the defendants entered a plea of guilty Tuesday in two cases each and were fined five dollars and cost in each case, eight cases were ment.  are at ing with her sister Mrs. Newton Washington, D. C.. this week attending Wright at Riddle, returned home  have been very suoce.^sful in their work, j months, went home Saturday to spend ; jj^g annual meeting of the Association : Saturday evening.  Miss Cole is a bright young lady and a ; a ^eek with his family. ; Surgeons of the Southern Railroad  hard worker and her success as a jjjg MiHtown Cornet band furnished i company.  teacher is assureil At the April high ■ ^jn^ic for the Decoration at Valeene. I ----  school examination she made a general ¿nnday. The Decoration was nnder ^ English Milling company is  average of 9.-> «-9. the highest grade j the auspioeu of the order of Odd Fellows, pnshing the work of building the new  ever made by anvone in the county. !  --^^--j Robert Breeden, son of A. R. Breeden  Cross Firing on Dan Cupid. ^ ^f south of town, died of tubercnloeis  ! Monday morning at five o'clock. Bob  ' had been afBicted since last fall and  had been very poorly tor some time.  He was in his twenty-eight year, was a I  The trustees of the various townships of the county will meet at the court house at English next Mondrfy for the purpose of electing a saperintendent of An apron hemming was given at the j schools. So far we have heard of but  John M. Witsman and Mrs. Nancy Divine, both of Ireland, Dubois county, were married at Mt. Carmel, Monday. In their youth they were husband and wife, bat separated, were divorced and married again. The husband of one and the wife of the other died, and recently the couple decided to be reunited. Gnesa that ain't working the]  doable entry bookkeeping system on i „ . . ,  Cnpidl The groom is 67 and the bride ! » H® " by  65.—Princeton Tribune.  flouring mill. The frame work is about I all up and the storm sheeting on. The , light plant in connection with the mill ia almost completed and tho town will be lighted again by the middle of the week.  home of David Goldman Wednesday night. Quite a large crowd was present and all reported a good time. Erben Duffin, of West Fork, received the prize.  TASWELL.  Maude William«,Correspondeut.  William Pinnick was in English one day last w«ek.  1. < .V o w u .1 ' Roy Jadd, of Princeton, is visiting  member of the M. E. church and was a | ment: Mrs. Snsie Esarey, superintend- relatives here thU week.  devoted Christian. Funeral services ! ent of the teachers training department, were oondncted Tuesday afternoon by ' Rev. L. C. Murr. The remains were >  Mrs. William Grantz, of town, died a horrible death  south of Thursday.  laid to rest in the Milltown cemetery coming at about half past two o'clock !  at the home of her neighbor, Mr. and;  visited Miss  IS  beside those of bis mother who died  Late Sunday night, while returning from hia appointment at Grantsburg, Rev. W. H. Howerton had a narrow escape from being seriously injured. While driving along the road just south of town an electrical storm came up and a keen flash of lightning frightened the horses. They gave a lunge and broke the doubletree. Mr. Howerton was thrown to the ground but was unhurt. The buggy was turned over and  Miss Lota Roberts Maude NobUtt Sunday.  Miss Clora Brackin, of Vincennes, visiting relatives at this place.  Mrs. John W. Rothrock, where on | Mrs. Bessie Nelson, of Eckerty, his father, three sUters and two broth- i Tnesday she was engaged in making i visited friends near here Sunday, ers. also a host of reUtives and friends. | ^^^p ^jg Qmntz was busy at her | Misses Qara Tucker and Eva Cook The Crawford ootmty Sunday school! work when in some manner the back! visited Maude Williams Sunday.  convention was held in the Christian church here last Saturday evening and  part of her dress caught fire and in an instance she was covered with flames.  Sunday mortring and evening. The state i Some parties who were near ran to her  - assistance tearing her clothes from her  secretary. Rev. E. W. Halpenny, w«o, present and gave some very valuable j body but not until she was severely instmctiim. Quite a number of in- burned. Dr. A. H. Rhodes was called  teresting papers were read and a num- "»d dressed her wound. He pronounc-ber of talks given on Sunday school! «d her condition fatal. She lingered work. The convention was attended by S nntü Thursday morning when she was  the ton and seat were torn off Í he ^ all parts of the' relieved of her suffering. Deceased was;  the top and seat were torn off. The ^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ »ftemoon the a life long believer of the CathoUc faith,  following organization was perfected: being at the time of her death a mem-; W. R. Bottenfield, president; Walter i ber of the St Joseph church. Funeral Blackman, Tico-preeident; Miss Grace ¡ «enrices were held from that chnrch Gott, sectetaiy: F. E. Bye, treasarer; Saturday morning and the remains  horses got away from Mr. Howerton and ran some distance and finally became wound up in a wire fence. They were cot considerable by the barbs on the wire.  The beet standard binder twine crats per pound at Gregory 's.  Liscie Lambdin, saperintendent of the hojne deputment; Nell Whitoomb, sni^rintendent the primary d^Kart-  deposited in the cemetery. Besides her hnsband she is snrvived by three sons, five daughters, a mother and a broOer.  Oscar Boll and Raymond Sturms, of Eckerty, were at Taswell Sunday.  M.Goldman and family, of Eckerty, visited J. p. Summers and family Sunday.  Mrs. Dora Williams and little daughter, Goldia, are visiting relatives at St. Louis.  Rev. W. H. Howerton filled his regalar appointment at the M. E. church here Sunday.  Theodore Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smitii, died at his home near here of ccmsnmption Monday morning (tf last week. The remains were enterred tal Om Gotdmaa cenftoiy Tuesday aftenuMMi.  WEST FORK.  Mrs. Bradley is slowly improving in health.  G. T. and John C. Jenkin«, of near Sulphur, were here Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Victor Goldman visited at Charles Goldman s Sunday.  Emmett Saalman. of near Branch-ville, was in town Sunday evening.  H. F. Doolittle. of Delphi, made a Th^R other""flfty- ^ ^ brother-in-law. W. G.  continued by agree-1 week.  Elder G. T. Stallings filled his regular appointment here Saturday night and I Sunday morning.  Several of our young men wentp to English Saturday to take the examination for teachers' licenses.  Several of our young ladies have re-, ceived their call to go to the berry fields of Clark and Floyd counties about the  mh.  Decoration day will be observed at this place-the 3i)th with the usual ceremonies by Russell Post. (J. A. R. G. T. Jenkins, Poet Commander, will am-duct the services.  Wallace McCutcheon, who was taken to Louisville last week and whose con-ditioD was found to be such as to render an operation dangerous, is yet at tl e hospital at that place.  two candidates. S. A. Beals. the present incumbent, and H. H. Pleasant, of Jennings township.  Dr. W. F. Smith, of.New Albany, who will have charge of the dedication j of the new M. E. church at Temple next Sunday will preach at the Presbyterian chnrch at English the same evening instead of the M. E. church as has been announced, on account of that chnrch undergoing repairs.  A change of venue was taken Monday in the case of Miller vs. Eichel Lime & Stone Company. This ia a suit for 110,000 damage hroaght by Thomas Stephenson, administrator of the eetate of James Miller who was killed in an explosion at the Eiehel quarry at Mill-town about two and a half years ago. The case was sent to Floyd county.  Marshall W. E. Cummins, ' shot by a hobo a few weeks  who was ago, was  removed Sunday to the St. Joseph bos' pital at lonisville and an operation was performed at eleven o'clock Monday morning. For a time after he was brought home from that inatitatiou he seemed to be getting along very well ! but the latter part of last week his con-jdition became serious and it was thought best for him to be taken back to the hospital. The operation was a success and the latest^ news is to the effect that he is doing nicely. Mr. Cnnynins waa aooompanied to Looto-▼iQe by Dr. 6. B. Hanmood who staid with him anta Tneadaj.  RIDDLE.  Lisxie Schuls, Correapondeat.  Mrs. Albert Neal son and daughtt-f^ were at English shopping Saturday.  George Schulz, who has been visiting at Wabash, returned home last Thnis- . day afternoon.  Misses Lizzie, Mary and Minnie Schulz left Tuesday for New Albany to pick berries.  Miss Addie Perkhiser, of nfx EqK-lish, visited George Schclz and family Saturday and Sunday.  There wUl be services held at BIddle next Sunday afternoon at 2:80 bf the Holiness coMgr^tion. Everybody is invited t6 attend.  John Doolittle and family, of Engliab, past through here Friday enronter^ Alton to visit Aloozo Doolittle and fbair ietnm visited Mr. aod MtM^ W .. IwirMUIer.   

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