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Bicknell Daily News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Bicknell, Indiana F. 9. Met Aughton Paul b. Meo Bob knt Crad u a Mai Elaas Mottor at amp it toff toe fat Biek Adl Liidi aii in tar Tom act of March Imker of he associated press pm Assoc Atod pm the Edna indy in ilm to Tom of of a Nwa dispatches credited to it or not a her Wise Eredita in Thia paper and him the local news Pau Slid iwo 411 richts of republication of a ial inv Ratchet herein Are Alto reserved. Adte Tiung rate 1 Inch .1------------ 50c per Inch j Ineliea--------------86c per Inch 1 imhee______________s6e per Inch a to f iaehm.25e per Inch it Nebes or more____20c per Inch Soberri Tiea rate by Carrier in the City per week 16c by Lua. Per year.$4.00president s daughter had Only a Penny by Prev a a Indianapolis Livar Tock june 23, 1920 hogs rce3i3 its 9,000 higher. Top -------------------16.40@16.60 Best heavies___________15.75@16.26 bulk of sows__________13.00@13.50 Stags .10.00@13.26 cattle receipts 1,000 steady. Good to Choice steers____16.00@16.25 yewrluigs______________13.00@15.00 heifers________________12xn>@14.00 Good to Choice cows -.10.00@11.2s Best stockers and feedersl0.00@ 11.00 Good to Choice milkers.-$100@126 calves receipts 700 higher. Good to choice_________14.0d@15.00 sheep receipts 400 steady. Good to Choice sheep_____5.50@6.50 Good to Choice lambs_____8.50@9.00 How miss Margaret Wilson daughter of the president had to borrow bus fare from a conductor on the fifth Avenue bus line on a recent visit to new boric is told in the current Issue of the fifth Avenue coach company s periodical bus lines. She mounted the bus at fifth Avenue and 34th Street and proffered conductor p. G. Lynch a Coin. He kicked at it and remarked quot i m sorry but this is a Penny not a the Young woman searched her Puize and then embarrassed said quot i m afraid i must get off. That Penny is All i quot remain where you Are quot said conductor Lynch who was i aware of his passenger s identity. Quot i will be glad to lend you 10 she accepted his offer and took his name. A few Days later conductor Lamch was greatly surprised to receive a letter written on White House stationery and signed quot Margaret Woodrow Wilson quot in which a he thanked him for his Courtesy and enclosed a asks $2,500, 6 years after Accident i new York june 23.�?Charles f. Murphy Boss of tammany Hall the democratic machine of new York City was one of six men indicted yesterday by a special grand jury which has been investigating alleged attempts of or. Murphy to intimidate a or. Hartog a manufacturer into returning $125,000 which he invested with or. Hartog s company during the War. Brazil ind., june 21.�?the suit of Noah Harrell of South fourteenth Street Vincennes against the Gould Coal washing and mining company of Sullivan opened in the Clay circuit court this a lifting. In the suit the plaintiff alleges fraud on the part of the defendant company through their claim agent. Six years ago according to the facts in the Case the plaintiff suffered a broken Back and a broken and badly shattered right aim. He charges that three Days later while he was still suffering from his injuries and still under the influence of morphine the claim agent of the defendant company called at his Home and accomplished a settlement of his damages $100. He charges that the defendant took advantage of his condition in making a settlement. His suit is for $2,500. Shake and Kimmell of Vincennes and John w. Rauley represent the plaintiff and Hays and Hays and Knight and Miller of Sullivan it Aro attorneys for the defendant. Harrell has a wife and four living at drops triplets had left twins twice new York Jinx 21.- never rams Bat it Ponny a id Morris Cher Noff at no. 190 a in by Avenire Brooklyn Avillie canse of the Dee Lantien was the gov. Cox a Zackeo by an sooner Washington june 20.�?an attack upon gov. Cox of Ohio As a quot nullification is quot and quot the wet candidate for president quot was launched today by Wayne b. Wheeler general counsel for the anti Saloon league. Quot gov. Cox s attitude for the Milli fiction of the eighteenth amendment by a Beer and wine provision quot says Wheeler quot is in direct conflict with that of Andrew Jackson who condemned in the most violent terms any officer or citizen who attempted to nullify the Federal Law. Or. Cox has been elected governor of Ohio by deceiving the people As to his attitude on this question. Quot he even deceived or. Bryan through two campaigns when he stumped the state for him but the dry democrats in Ohio and the nation will not be misled in View of the statement which or. Bryan now makes about the unavailability of or. Cox for the presidency because of his wet Yulii location pot tion. Quot the wets cannot Point to a single one of the thirty seven profit nation states that sex Emit Beer and wine. To attempt to legalize it would be a slap in the face to the thirty Selt Ven dry states to catch the minority nullification vote in eleven myopic sacred in Norway. Tie he a a to Lee win it i in it irony and who ver Ufheil a Hinl ii it Rhino to it promptly let Rou it Down ii Rui it of not Only ii a Lii iii Elf but old Hijo Fri Molly. Not fit on. Intimate friends live Ktuk and Huus Etolil Iberia was Liua for tim wet Oleile add Tom to his a Amoy Pralea Baxly at Tus tone. When tiie Macii a out of Uri via making use fat he is a paper Liander and earns Aboff Nam a yer. It the tiie Ihm Thane chafe the Toik Lumi in tax the Cim Nair Home Aad Etta a Thane a has Beau Uberti. On the m he kit two Fyma. Dorothy had band my. Foor years ago the a Laric Nade Ita Leeond appear Nama and a i Tai me a did it both died at Brill tim Triplet ind Nde oae a tri Waigli. He s prands a boy 5% a Honda Aad to pm of 6h. They Bave Beau Bernard Gerald Aad 3hacaetf the Eye of Aloalii a by Trimi end it. Chamoff one a i Abie. Leading Quetien. Quot my wife is practising with proudly racial no a athlete. Quot do you and them any softer than the Flat Ron queried a wag who overheard the remark. Volfi a quot of was in s Minta Camp Wabst quot said the old Irish prospector. When Wao o Thene Bere Mintal Selene Fellers blew in. An be Cettl Neil he cud Ali be How much Yelso Dlo yer pocket by Lookin quot in yer Eye he tried it on me. Boi. Be Ushers. Of had the Deadwood to Hiro. Fer of had Nothen in me York Vincennes. June 23.�?at the manse of the evangelical Church tuesday eve eng at 6 o clock Rev. J. H. Oveis it Eck joined in the holy Bonds of Matt irony Cul Kahly of Edward Kroggel of Sandbom. An open Quesima continued from Page one who cd class. V a who do cd of the m. E. Sunday school my toe Aday evening at the me of c. L. Hill on South main Street. Flags were made for an entertainment for m Nooney for their Church pledge to be Given in a few weeks. Tilmae present were misses Zada Jones Eva Purcell Nora Koenig Dara Martin Bonnie Bryant Lois Donham Ruth Drain Peg Sargent adn Effie Malory. By Audaer. State a Egia Eer who was one of the committee of three engineers who wami aed the Street in a note accompanying or. Donaldson s letter or. Is Rohach says quot we enclose or. Donaldson s letter. We should be glad to have you read it and if there is anything we can do we be very glad to be caused or. Donaldson s letter follows you May re assured that Asfe Ras lies in my Power and the state Board of account we will do our Best to secure Justice for your property holders. J or. Jesse e. Eschbach we jail further lend you e very pos examiner sible Aart Stith be if you fed that you i Indianapolis Indiana ought to Toke the matter into court do a sir we have absolutely no patience with contracts which Are improperly performed in this state. Very truly yours Jesse e. Eschbach. The third letter was included in a letter from the state examiner to the s phone year social events to the daily news Call 62-ask for society editor Peg Sargent society editor Philathea class gives Shower miss Ruby Lynn and mrs. J. E. Richey were hostesses tuesday evening for a miscellaneous Shower Given by the Philathea class of the Baptist sunday school on miss May Hoover at the Home of mrs. Richey on North main Street. The Phi Lathean presented miss Hoover with a bavarian China Tureen. She also received useful gifts of Cut Glass linens China Silver and Bath rugs. The evening was spent in music and contests. Mrs. H. E. Dees received a Bud vase for being Winner in the advertisement contest. A delicious one course luncheon was served to the following guests mrs. De Keifner from Evansville mrs. John Hoover mrs. Ernest Leatherman mrs. 0. C. Buck mrs. J. M. Osblom mrs. De pie pier mrs. John Hart mrs. Frank Lynn mrs. Elsie Vaught mrs. Grace Dant mrs. Will Gillen mrs. H. E. Dees mrs. Dorothy Williams Charles Latshaw mrs. F. F. Mcnaughton mrs. Carl Harding mrs. Paul Mcguire misses May Hoover Berniece Bicknell Mattie Lynn Freda Westfall Anna Robertson Nelle Byers and the hostesses Ruby Lynn and mrs. J. E. Richey. Moving to Indianapolis. Mrs. Logan 6ude and son Russell of tiv Reading the letter of Bari relative to the acce Tance of the fifth Street improvement in the City of Bickner Indiana i am led to believe that the report made by me and the Iother two Engineer is not fully understood As to its meaning. It is not the intention of this report to mean that said improvement heated that the Engi Beer Erly a afire like Taoka Jotha coo a they pass on the of the rcip6�t is to treat but i k t the cd Uncil of a Tom by a whih out knowing what the waa and i Etui a and met other Ftp engineers 1 r the purpose of the report. The claim a made to it the engineers were to Mal ? a reck�,.>mendattea. I contended that Ulicy Trero not iad called for the records of the May tii but there had not been a recur i made of this part of the proceedings. So far As the report is concerned it i would be useless unless Trio i or. Would see to it that the conditions therein set out were com Fried with and the City Council should not have taken action until they were satisfied that All the conditions had been complied with. Regardless of whatever recommendations May have been made by in it gingers or ohm the Proi plenty owners cannot be compelled to pay for be accepted until All the conditions set out in said report Are complied time As the con with which cannot be done until i complied with. September 1, 1920, unless the contractors would see fit before that to comply with the conditions set out in said report. As to the contractors removing and replacing 27 Square Yards of pavement in the Block wherein test no. 4 was made. I would not consider this left tuesday afternoon to make their even an honest Effort to comply future Home in Indianapolis. Or. The recommendations set out in Gude has employment there and has report. There is no doubt in my been working for the past weeks. That to make a uniform Job of a _ the pavement in this Block would re visit in Edwardsport. J quire the removal and replacing of ithe entire pavement in said Block mrs. Albert Mabes and daughter Hile it is True that a test might be yours respectfully a. L. Donaldson. Dorothea Fern left tuesday to visit her Mother mrs. S. T. Reeve or. At Edwardsport for the week end. Birthday party. On tuesday night miss Vema to the letter by the committee to the state examiner which brought Forth the two letters just preceding ended with a ringing note of Finali top. It reads like the matter would go into court. The concluding paragraph follows it. Quot in conclusion some of the property owners Are contemplating a test Case in court and while such measures Yire far from our liking we feel that to ask us to pay the full contract Price for a piece of work universally a made within a few feet of the test knowledge not up to contract is to referred to in the report and the ask us to countenance and uphold base found to be of the required \ wrong Didong As Well As to pay out thickness it is just As True that an \ Good Money without any rectum. And other test might be made within a we jul add that if these contractors few feet of the latter test which would Ward was Given a pleasant Surprise show the base not of the required had Ever at any stage of this cont my Ersy shown any but a disposition to a prepared by her Mother mrs. G. N., thickness and the probabilities Are bulldoze and Bluff the property own Howard. A number of Young folks j that it would so continue throughout had been floret by invited to her Home j the entire Block and would justify the on 312 East second Street they City in demanding of the contractors visit in Sandborn. Mrs. W. E. Kessinger spent tuesday afternoon visiting her brother John m. Anderson in at noon twentieth of june unpleasant a de fellow. In California and on the staked Pili los in Tex nil where the nights Aro cold. It is the Rattlesnake s custom to Crowl Between a traveler s blankets and Stu Sale up close to Bina till mom. Ing. Numbers of them Are killed in Camp even year by soldiers lamp Alan ing in that so ton but As the rattle snakes no loin nuke Hoppl tally by biting to my nil a afew accidents Hap pen. Him. There Are men who. When ont on s Harrt March prefer to sleep Ahme. Vincennes june 22.�?the Home of my and mrs. John Lawton was attractive with summer Flowers on sunday when miss Ruth Lawton and or. William a. Rutledge both formerly of Bicknell woo United in marriage by or. T. H. Willis of the m. E. Chunho at High noon. Miss Elizabeth winning daintily attired in a baby Blue Georgette crepe dress played the wedding March. The Bride s attendant was miss Jean Lawton a sister who looked charming in periwinkle Blue Georgette and wore a Corsage bouquet of Aaron Ward roses. Tace Ding ceremony was used Aad the Best Man David la to carried the wedding ring on a Bible which uras used by the Bride s grand father c. J. Lawton deceased and is to named by the family As a Yiu Pable Keepsake. The Bride was Lovely in la gown of White geor Gete and crepe a Chine. After the Cere Monik to a a waa a wedding dinner for Lii Imam Date family. Tea Gil in a a a of the late we am a nudge of Bickner Gap dated Ullh honors Fra if att Jugh Teh a the e1a�i 1917. months he was in the Wank of the United states anon Irma ten a of which were Spe in Fiance. The Yoang couple Are Active workers in the methodist Chni have Many admirers or filae Lia Aifa of aha Aad congrats la tops Imit iii uii iii the Thaap new Home which la i Adf Ime tham mar Bickner i the Ladiana Grade . Gathered at the Home while miss Howard was up town. Miss Howard who is one of the quot hello quot girls at the Telephone Exchange and works at nights was to go to work at ten o clock. On returning to her Home to prepare for work she found the House in Complete darkness. On entering the House and turning on the Light a Bunch of Fame mrs. I liar fairs greeted her to her Complete Surprise. She found someone had been substituted to work in her place in order that she might enjoy the Happy anniversary with her friends. The evening was sent in. Games music and dancing. Refreshments consisting of fruit salad and cake were served to the guests by her two younger Sisters acting As waitresses dressed in White cat is and aprons. Miss Howard received Many Beautiful j gifts. These friends departed at a late hour wishing her Many Happy re i turns and expressing their enjoyment j of the evening misses Carrie John j son Dorothy Hawhee Hazel Burnett it addle Phopps Catherine Harper Margaret Armstrong Gusta Hoelscher mrs. Wright Gaston or. And mrs. Ernest Johnson or. And mrs. Ted Armstrong messes. Corbett and a Charles Johnson Marion Delacoma and Charles Stewart out of town i guests were misses Grace Underwood 1 Violet Robinson and or. Tony erd Odia of Vincennes and mrs. W. H. Matthews of Indianapolis. Ers would have gladly met them half Way yes More than half in equitably adjusting our differences but now we that they remove and replace this in Are asking exact justic in the tactful Yeu Noster. Mother Han it a Bojc of Candy. But it Wenli near Lar ,<1liln time so won l not give Sny to Koi Iny. While Wal tins for the dinner Bell to ring said quot in mini let a play a store. Mother was wll Linik in to lib child went on with bin mine it no he i he it Steve. Said he quot this nil in will he the Candy stored Tea be the Hert and i he hartal Imp. Quoth. In Mina. Hsi live real tiny i the outside appearance of Home has a lot to do standing in the Community some paint. Your your use birthday Surprise. Mrs. Stevenson was hostess tuesday evening for a Bint Liday Surprise party giver or mar Garnet at the of or. And mrs. Thomnas c i r 208 Hirk Street. Margrave t in Jmc by it Dutiful and a Oval ilt8. The tver to wis enjoyed in Vic Trola and piano music a id dancing. Beer ish Menti of , a ice Cream an i Tea was served to i i a guests. A Del arrives. Irene st Rev Casey is then a of Friday Mist Oase a another child has been dance Aminie that the be called a a Staley when it tamil out to be a girl name was used anyway with Ironi Ein Hgt it of it. Be Independent own one of these Homes four room House close in on improved Street new roof Comer lot lights Good Well walks paid $1760.00 4 room new Bungalow on West 9th Street close to main lights pantry closet basement partially excavated would Cost $2,000.00 to build will sell for $1700.00 5 room new Bungalow lights basement excavated partially never been occupied Good Corner lot. Valks paid $2,000.00. Large and Small farms not far from Bicknel 15 across of Good found of gravel Road about 3 Miles North of Bicknell. The land lays Jwell it v31v acre can be cultivated 4 room Hootse and i Hiven Hanse Boih new. $3300.00 51 acre farm 4 Miles of Washington land if Veu drained and lays Good for cultivation 3 a Chard s acres in com 3 room House and big Bam Chicken House. Priced right tool Many other to real estate Lavett ment Intuit Nice Loftie . That Cool refreshing drink ice team a pure Tea syrup Vii iii by you will use it Why not now it saves labor and is better. Cell for i. C. T. It your Green 60c. Pm

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