Cannelton Enquirer (Newspaper) - April 24, 1909, Cannelton, Indiana
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Whole Number 2,906CANNELTON, INDIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1909.
Current Number 46
"Bucktown" Losing * »11 Dead, i Everybody Will
Hsr HonorsBe Good Now
That End of Town Which Has Been Enjoying all the Fun is Giving Way to the "Mountaineers'
For -cN cral vimts that .~i>vtion ul the city lyiiiLf ''(Mow Thirti strn-i on Wusilin}j,!(111, all'i in'ann^; tlu-i tli>Uii<juish(Ml îitleof '"ruicktown". ; has ÌH'fMi t'lijoyiiiu- al! t!ie íun thai coniti ill' Ljoîttn out of any iiarli«'-ular (li>(iiriiaiif('. Imt -he i- «jraiiu-allv Koiny li<T iTi'ip an<i tin- > arc siiiftiiiir il)' the -ücci with;
ihc ciii/'.iii- uli'i ai'i.' < ;tlh'vi til«'! ",M<Mintaiin'cis" iit'cau.-i- tiu-y ari'j ahovc tlic'I'iii'iii .-Ircrt '"lii'ail line"". : liuckiov, II rilway- cniovc*'. the lire- ; Woi k- mitii ia-t Fi i.lav niL'''nt when the Mountaineer-- ! in ilce !o(i>e w it h a sjH'eiuieii that ea-il\' .-Imwoti tin' 1 >!ii'i;i(iv. ni'r- that tliev ha in"; c\ ''n hui! ijoo"! pralie,' when ¡t eoini > to iloini;" tinii'^- i-innjiletelv. ;
A!)0!it ^:oOo"eh.ek Friilav niiriiî ; tw«' <;Mt- raiiu' o:it lik-' eiiiniiiL: froüi a youiiL'' eanû'Cii anJ îlie nalî^ from a wont v,hiz>'inL;' i'V tiie corner of Sixtli ami Wa-liinirtoü stri.'cts. iiiekinij- their wav in an*! about ]H- ic-trian^. iroinu- a Hule ahove --unie of tlieir lìea'ls ain!
I Jo-eph Shorshell. who was well 1 and iavora.biy known in thi,s ci4y, 1 (lied last Saturday night at Irving-1 Uon. Ky.. after an illness of six. days. Pnentrionia was the cause' ; of his death. On Easter Sunday ; I he was in this city to spend the day with his sisters. Mrs. Jose-iphino Miller and Mrs. Thomas i Benson anil was stricken with a; . !sli'_dil chill while returning froini
The Saloon Keepers of the City Meet With the Mayor and Agree to be Good
Within the past week Mayor Zimniernian called toofelher the
Hon. Q. K. Groves Passes Away
Died at His Home at Tobinsport Last Monday-Was Prom-inet as'a Farmer and Politician
A Boat That Goes Some
this i»lace to his home at Irvin^^-
lon. lie took to his bed and died saloon keeper? of the city and held
five days later. The deceased a conference with them regarding
-uo'it his bovhood (lavs in this citv tiie manner and methods that must , ^ -t- i ■ , , • , .1 i ^ Ar at i ^
iH.ii Ul. oouiouuuav. in uii. eu.v 1 • , . • 1 home at Iol»insport of bronchial ilie home ot Mrs. Mason about
be tollowed in the tutnre in rey-ard . ,, , ,, . , , -i , .1 , 1, 1
Hon. Q. K. Groves, probably the best known farmer and [loliti- the water, cian in tlie county, died on Monday afternoon last at 4 o'clock at
Yesterday about noon the motor! boat 'Tirer Fox IT', passed this; point with three rueu aboard bound for New Orleans. She started from Cincinnati and was making the etiort to make the trip to New Orleans, a distance of 1,55-t miles in sixty hours. Passing here the boat was making about 35 miles an hour and is the swiftest craft that ever skipped
The l>out has made | court yesterday the distance of six miles in nine minutes. When the boat passed
Court Takes Rest Until Tuesday Next
Second Week of the April Term Proves a Busy One and Many Gases are Disposed of
and on account of his freijueni
old home within the to their l>usiness. The mayor told years is <|uitc
pneumonia. He had been in bad tive miles above the city she called health for aliont two years and i this otHce by phone and stated that
him. depending: soldy upon their | to the river immediately as cases heard, re-set and otherwi
cond.u, and respect of the laws. [ ^^^^ '"^P^^ly disposed of since our last issue:
■• , ■ Ct rove was .>4 vears old and is that she coiud hardiv make out State vs Dick Saui) carrvii
Minors iiius! jiositivelv remain . ,, .. , , , ^ mv " .. . . Fr-
<A-ell them what he expected ot them! . , , ,. ^ :-11. i 1 ^ x
, I . - . was sutienns; ironi the ellects of a! it we wished to see the boat to
kiunvii to C'annellon citizens. Me i ¡uid what they might expect of;
wa-~ ."i"' v<'a!> old upon the dale of
hi- death. Several years ago he
uu< injured by f;i!linir from the
railroad nriuge at Spottsville. Ivy., out of saloons and the habit, or and f'om tliis injury he never custom, of selling l)eer to children fully r.ee.v.Mvd. tiie fall having in !)nckets must cease. There Munaiied his heart action lie inust be no more gambling under ua~connected w ith a )»ri<!2e crew ' any circumstances, nor gami)ling iif the llendorson Route for the devices; the saloon keepers must past six months and was one of! respect the closing hours indicated the nin-t popular employes of the: by law and close exactly at road with his feilow workmen. , 11 o'clock P. M. The business at To e\er\' man. -.vonian and child: all times must be conducted free iif was kno\\ 11 in P)i eckenriiige ; from loud and boisterous conduct, eounty a- •"Uncle doe" and his The meeting of the .saloon men fiineral on .M(.)nday. which was, called by the mayor was attended conducted at the little village of|t>y all saloon keepers of the city McPaniels in lireckenridge conn- and it was agreed that the orders ly, was the largest ever witnessed of the mayor shall be respected to
Judge Cook adjourned circuit
ing until Tuesday of next week and dismissed the petit jurors until that date when the tinal week of the term will be taken up. There are several cases set for bearing in the comuig week and following are the
thruu<_rn the wlii-kes> oí others less . , , 1 1 4.. 1
, • , .1 , ■ in tiie county, dusi one vear ago the letter and the latter emphati-lortunate aini tinaily louna lou'imi''i, , . ,. ' , 11 " ' ,11.. ......1.1
in the large jilate glass window-^
of Ciiarle.- I'ienicns" dry goods,
store. .Villi niavite yon inigiit
think tiiere wa-n"t soincthiii"- do- ... . , , , • 1 1
... , ,, " i pre^-sed his wish that lie too iniiiht j low.
mf about that tiu;e. Hat (u : ' , , .;
le lost his only child, a son, cally informed the men engaged in ! Morton, ajjed 20 years, and since i the business that tmless his orders the latter's death, had never been j were carried into full eil'ect that contented in life and often ex-i felentless pro.secution would fol-
'ktown came up the >lreet lo
soon follow. His bodv was laid to
t'.iki' a few H---on- in tiie art \vhicli
rest in the little village gntveyard | Jged Lady DÌBS At ROIHe.
had tlicn proved a new thing to ;
n»eside the bodies of his wife and I
her citi/.e!i< because of tin provement- in tlie method.
It I'eporU.'d that (ìeOI'L'e
Hemphill inid .ic-iie tiie .-hootiii'j' and that iu' wa- trviiiL'' to hit (lai'C
sun. the former having passed ■ awa\' iwentv-one vears uso.
Home. April 1'.)—Mrs. Susan C. IK. Wheeler, died April IT at theThe Stieriff Has The Goods, i^^^re of n years and -Sdays. 'She
__; was born in Rome March '20. 183G,
.,.,,,,.. . . . : was the daughter of John and Ann
bit I >henli N\ ittmer i.s in itossession ;,, " . t -it
_____ ' _ Kowe. and was married to J. \V .
, . . , , , • ..v-^ember 1S66.
e V'i^lo iias-ciF .-tromrlv susincioned ofbcinir ;^,, ,, ^^ , ,
! ! . • ,• , , , . : i bhe was the mother of fave child-
lust o\er Schmuck"s heac who wa-^ uenuuie l>uu/e althouiih it is j. , ^-n i- •
^ ui , 11 . I 11. j , ren. four ot whom are still living.
standnn:'on tiie corner ant mi-scd 1 ciaiineo' to he niithiui ijut a liffbt ,,. ,, , , 1 ,, ^ n • o • 1 — c-i
^^ ^^^^ ^ Besides the husband the following >priuke, ti acres. ^12o0.
i children survive: Mrs. Ella AVil- Dan S. Dixon to Joseph F.
, . , t -iv 1 ■ T ! son and A. C. "Wheeler, of Hig-1 Schaefer, 40 acres. S220.
to get to safetv. i-or mon« than I tow tiy a lieputy sherif! who raid-;
a vcar Georiic had been nursinir a
Schmuck, the imtclier man. mi-se l hi> mark in i>oth attem].!-. ! "f sample case of wet goods ^^li^e^ ' Decelnb The ball- from tiu
survivetl l>y his wife and three) grown children, two sons and one daughter. The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon and the burial was made in the Baptist cemetery at Tobinsport w i t h Masonic ceremonies, the deceased having been a prominet Mason many years.
Mr. Groves was well known in i Ferry coiinty not alone as a farmer but as a politician. He was a republican and until his illness of a few years ago was actively connected with state as well as local politics. Upon one occasion he served as doorkeeper of the Indiana state senate and again as assistant doorkeeper of the same body during w-hich time he gained an acquaintance that extended throughout every section of the stitte. He was also an active w^orker in the interests of the farmers of the county and for several years was at the head of the farmers" institutes in the county. For more than two years he had been unable to get about conveniently and lived quietly upon his large farm near Tobinsport.
Real Estate Transfers.
John W. Hardesty to Jas E. Mogan. 40 acres. S35.
Allen C. Walker to John W.
what it was. The men on the boat are taking a message from the governor of Ohio to the governor of Louisiana. They are likewise making an eti'ort to break all records for speed of motor boats.
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ja>t liarelv enouirh to makt turn iv.de—and likewi-e the cornel-i îi'om We--ley X'anWinkle at Bris-
gins, Texas. Mrs. Daisy W'illet.
ed \ aiiW inkleplace-under the i' , „, ,
, , . . . 1.1 • ;of Austin, lex., and
Gabe I suspicion that he was runniiiir a ,1-1 1 j.- n .
I,,.' . .... ,, , j Wheeler, ot Huston,
tiie former SOU"-It 1.11''bnd tiirer. \ :in\\ inkle liad a^ , i-,; 1 i -I 1 -.i
:earlv life deceased united with the
matter ; numi)er of cases of the stutî and i
very outer teehng a<rainst and it -ai
"close the tH)oi<-"" in the la.st Friiiav nigiit. One of balls |)a--ed tiirouirh the heac
beer ki'_f. but n.> wi t u'lX'ds *\a- , .m.!«* a^ h .m.i n n. i.^ iwnun iw |,j lost i)ecau-c tiie kei: wa- painted j beer the prosecution of Van-upon a >teei beer -Ílhi tuat wa-! Winkle will foll(uv. In the mean- j fastened i > t!ie oruer of the liouse. ■ lime the >heriíí is in posses-ion of
, . . . . . . :M. h. church, living a con.sistent
the . the supp(.)Sit!on IS that it IS nothinir Í,,, • -,1
, ' . .;, K.hristian life until death, express-
,t a ''Ut 1 rov common beer. It will:. . ^ i • ,
. 1 ■ 1 1 -i • • r perfect evidence durinçr her
wa- be analvzed and if it IS fount! to be , 'i . . % ,
Joseph Stickle and Auditor to MaryT. Goilinet. lot Tell City Dis.. $1.90,
Joseph Rick and Auditor to MaryT. Gotiinet, lot Tell City Dis.^ ^^1.90. Al A. Adams to John W. Lyons, conscious moments of her o acres. §20. complete preparation to meet herj Cynthia A. Mitchell to Charles
'W. Al ve V. lots Tell Citv. $1000.
In tiftcen minutes after the target practice all was ijuiet airain u¡ton
the beverage, which according to ¡ law is alre.idy nine }>oints in hi,' favor.
Buys Cigar Factory.
James Wvnn. on Tuesday last
She will l)e missed in the coni-i munity where she has lived so i long, missed in the church, but i more than elsewhere will she he i misseil in her own home by her aged hu.sbaud and her children. After a short service by Rev. i Cissna the remains were laid to ; rest in the Rowe graveyard.
'C. E. C.
Cüt To Kill.
the Potomac, but the citizens of Bucktown continued to linger i about the mountains fairly green; with envy over the way the '•Mountaineers" were robbing; them of their glory and honors. .
Theoflicials started an inve-itigation j closed tiegotiations with John J. ! after the shooting and it is said Frau/.mann for the purchase of the I the next morning Hemphill left hitler's cigar factory on Seventh' the city and has not since returned, street. Mr. Wynn will assume;
So far we have not hearti that any charge of the business at once and ! --
business fronts have been shot out i has engaged an expert cigar j Benjamin Mills, colored, is iu in Bucktown just to keep up with ; maker. Mr. Wynn expects to | the county jail here, charged with the game. devote much of his time upon the | having carve<l on a white nmnOonoiuor Innnintorf selling the pro<luct of the j named Ployd with a knife someneCeiVer Appoinieo. I factory which has a reputHtion so j time ago while the steamer Taras-
--------------------long estaiilishetl by Mr. Eranz-i con \vas on her way up the river. [
Relative to the announcement in jiunnn. The new proprietor will j The cuitinii occurred near Derby. ' '
the>c columns last week that the eontinue the manufacture of the "
Troy Model Brewery had iilod a ^y^ll known brands such as the
petition in bankruptcy in
federal court of Evausville, at- and* later will add other brands.
torney M. D. Ivasper lias been ap- = ----------------
pointed receiver for the institu-! ^g^
tion. Mr, Casper has been book- 5 '
keeper for the brewery for several! ~
months. He tilled the requisite i We're just wondering if Canuel-
Mills was not arrested until the float rejiched New Albanv- Be-
tiiiM ••llobson' and -'Golden Web'"|cause of the fact that the cutting
Rhoda Budlong and Auditor to Elizabeth May, lot Cannelton. '$2.90.
Auditor and Various Parties to .Sarah Küster, lots Tell City Dis., ^5.70.
John Ewing Cora, to Wm. F. An.son, 40 acres, ^150.
Henry Bader Executor to G. T. j Mosby.'lot Tell City, j Cannelton vSewer Pipe Company i to City of Cannelton, lots Cannel-I ton .
James 1?. Hay et al to Cannelton. City of, lot Qinnelton, $41.70, Gottlieb Heller Jr. to H. Wettmershausen, lot Tell City, S2y,
Jesse M. Cunningham to H.
lot Tell City,
J. B. Marcilliat et al to C. A. Marcilliat, 160 acres, f200. A. P, Klein to Charles M. Cor-
occurred in this county. Mills had j^jj ^¿O acres. §3.500.
bond of $10.000 and announces that the brewery will conlinue in operation and the cliances are that »all obligations of the wncern will met.
ton is going to have a baseball club this season. We remember well when we used to have oge of the best that ever came down the pike.
to be brought here for trial !Mills and Floyd were employed on the boat, SberiiF W'ittmer went to New Albany last Satm-day and brought the negro back with him and he will be tried here during the present term of court.
-if you want
James H. Hargts et al to Matthew Hargis. Pt. lot in Derby, $1300.
The Enquirer is not up to its usual standard this week because of the fact that its editor hitó been absent from his duties for the past week attending the funeral of a relative in Kentacky.
Will Salm was up from Troy on | Thursday.
James Harrison was down from Rome on Thursday,
Will Dhonau was down from Tobinsport on Thursday.
Colon Harris, of Tobinsport, was in the city on Thursday.
A, J. Kirst spent Thursday attending to business in Louisville.
Sim Miles, of Eristow, was in the city yesterday attending court
Mrs. C. W. Ladd has returned from a visit of two weeks with relatives.
John B. Krausch, of Gerald, was in the city on Wednesday and called at this office.
Henry Traphagen was in Evansville Monday to attend the funeral of William Grass.
August Meunier, one of Magnet's merchants, was in the city on Tuesday paying taxes.
Claud Ackerman. of Rome, was in the city Wednesday attending to business matters.
Otto Baertich was in the city yesterday fram Troy transacting busines at the court house
Mrs, Jacob Degan and Mrs. Christina Webber, of Tell City, were in tbe city last Monday.
Supt Lee Mullen returned to the city on Thursday from a week's visit with relatives in Clark township.
Hon. F. B. Posey, of Evansville, was here on Thursday attending to business matters in circuit court.
Henry Lamb was in the city Thursday from Tobinsport paying taxes and attending to other business matters.
W. H. Gilliland was in the city yesterday from Boyd attending court and paving his annual rent to the county.
August James, accompanied by his son Frank, of Bristow, was in the city last Monday transacting business at the court bouse.
Andy Daunhauer, the Sunlight's popular day clerk, spent Sunday in Owensboro where he visited his mother who has been seriously ill.
Benedict Tompkins, of Oriole, and Jos. S. Lampkins, of Mt. Pleasant, were in the city yesterday and called to subscribe for The Enquirer.
Earnest Einkle spent Sunday last in EvansviUe, having been called to the bedside of his friend, William Grass, who died first of the week,
Conrad Steinmetz and wife, of Carey, O., arrived, in the city on Thursday to visit the parents of Mrs, Steinmetz, Mr, and Mrs. Ben Kimz.
Graham Tolk was in the city on Thursday from Tobinsport and caHed to see The Enquirer. He states that crop conditions in his section are very favorable.
Mrs. Josephine Miller, Mrs, Lena Benson and Charles T. Miller and wife attended the buri^ of-Joseph Shp]^el|
concealed weapon, trial by court and defendant found not guilty.
State vs Wm Hall and Ella Frizzell, fornication; trial by jury; after hearing the evidence, partly, the court instructed the jury to lind for defendants and the verdict was rendered accordingly.
State vs Ed Chenault, carrying concealed weapon; continued.
State vs Benjamin Mills, assault and battery w-ith intent; defendant ; in jail, hearing set for 28th,
Henry M. Clemens vs Martin J. i Bannon. partition and sale of real estate, commissioners tile report of sale and same is approved,
JoseplxTimperman vs Solomon Timperman, et ai, complaint; ven-ued to Harrison county,
Christina Heck vs Cannelton Flouring Mills Co., to abate nuisance and damages: set for 30th.
Samuel H, Marting vs Anna Mar ting, divorce: trial by court and finding for plaintiff: defendant defaults; plaintif! is divorced but is to pay defendant and children the sum of $1,700 and attorney fee of §200; within 30 days $800 is to be paid, and $350 in six months and $350 in one year; defendant retains custody of children but plaintiff must be permitted to see them at all reasonable hours.
Stella Wheatley ys Jacob Wheatley, divorce; finding for plaintiff.
Thixton, Millett & Co., vs Fred W, Heck, account; finding for plaintiff in sum of ¡§102,74,
Emma W^alsh vs Simeon Walsb, divorce; set for 30th,
Alice N. Connor vs John Schneiders and Troy Lumber Co., to foreclose mortgage; finding for plaintiff for ^IG.
MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED.
Henry Thrasher, 21, Tell City, and Josie Logsdon, 17, Tell City.
Vane Henton, 19, Calhoun, Ky., and Lida Bridwell, 19, Calhoun, Ky.
Luke Bollan, 45, Aurora, 111., and Anna Kremer, 44, Tell City.
John Basinger, 28, Dexter, and Mary Elder, 28, Mt. Pleasant.
C. A. Breiner, 28, Mt. Vernon, Ind,, and Josephine Niehaus, 28, Siberia,
at McDaniels, in Breckenridge county, Ky., on Monday last.
Editor John Bacon was in the cify Tuesday from Troy, and failed to call to see us, for once. However we can forgive him for the involuntary offense as-we wasn't at home at the time.
James Peckinpaagh, of Bural Boute 1, Anderson township, was in the city on Wednesday and gave The Enquirer a call. He was on his way home from Kentucky where he visited a relative who is very ill.
James Hargis, Sr. and wife and daughter. Miss Lula, are in the city the guests of Dr. J. 0. Bush and wife. Miss Lula has just returned iron» an extended trip into California while Mr. and Mrs. Hargis are at present ing thejr home in Bo^i^rt «