Petersburg Press in Petersburg, Indiana
5 Nov 1915

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5 Nov 1915

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Petersburg Press (Newspaper) - November 5, 1915, Petersburg, Indiana Home is what you make it would you abolish music would you take it away from your children would you keep it out of your Home if that s the kind of person you Are Don t read this and. If you have no heart for music and the pleased smiles of your loved ones at Home do not move you we will have come to the conclusion that you Are not interested. But if there is one slumbering spark of love and humor in your soul. Read on. Are you going to get a piano or player piano for your Home if so when thinking about it will not bring it to your Home. So Stop thinking get it and have it Over with. If your conscience tells you that you ought to have an instrument in your Home Don t fight it Down but and get it. It is Only the High Grade or Standard pianos that give years of satisfactory service. If you buy just any thug because it is cheap you do not buy a piano you do not buy a musical instrument at All you buy Only a commercial article made expressively for those who want a piano in their Home merely for its appearance. We will sell you a Good instrument for Only a Little More than you would have to pay for the artificial kind. We have a Good assortment. Remember we guarantee to sell you a Good piano. Brenton amp Harris Petersburg Indiana Here s the real Price wrecker compare his prices to any Masi order Hoase and get a Rea Surprise visitors always Welcome. We Are exclusive Selling agents for Karpen guaranteed upholstered furniture. Any Karpen piece of furniture makes an Ideal Holiday gift. Buy a fireside chair for your father or Grandfather. Order nov delivery any time. The Novelty cured boy of croup. Nothing frightens a Mother More than the loud hoarse cough of croup. Laboured breathing strangling choking and gasping for breath demand instant action. Mrs. T. Neurerer eau Claire wis., says Quot Foley so Honey and tar cured boy of croup after other remedies recommended for coughs and colds. J. R. Adams amp son. Notice to Farmers Drain tile Drain tile Drain tile. We manufacture hard burned Drain tile in Large quantities and can save you Money on car Load lots write us your wants and we will quote you prices that Are right. Satisfaction guaranteed. Liberal discounts for Cash a the Lawhead Brick amp tile works Loogootee Indiana. 44t8 number 40 for the blood expels so Romulous Humours from the blood which cause constipation malaria rheumatism sore ulcers pimples Etc. Get it Adams drug store on a guarantee to satisfy. Have your Christmas photographs made Early. Patterson studio. Soft elastic Felt mattresses $7.00, at Brinton and Harris s. Adv Fine and apr Infra at Brenton and Harris s. Atli made Over again. Mrs. Jennie Miner Davidson ind., writes Quot i can truthfully say Foley cathartic tablets Are the Best i Ever used. They Are so mild in action. I feel like 1 had been made Over they keep stomach Sweet liver Active and bowels regular. They banish constipation indigestion bilious Ness sick headache. J r. Adams amp son. The woman s club held its second meeting on monday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Nannie Coffey. The guarantors of the lecture course through or. T. R. Rice and w. D. Curie appealed to the club for in s support and co operation in their Effort to Advance educational entertainment in the Community. This was followed by a paper on Quot heroic age Quot by mrs. Emma Ornbaun and a talk on Thomas a. Edison by mrs. Addie 0. George. Po�o8on8 retained in the body caused rheumatism scr Fula malaria constipation blood Poison. Number 40 for the blood expels poisons from the body and cures blood Poison in its worst form. Sold by j. R. Adams amp son. Rugs a Brenton amp Harris adv necrology. Mrs. Joseph l. Bowman. Mrs. Joseph l. Bowman formerly miss Florence Knight of Petersburg died at a Hospital in Evans Ville at eight o clock last sunday evening. The family lived in Evans Ville and she had been removed to the Hospital a few weeks ago where she Coald receive the attention of expert nursing. Funeral services were held at the family residence in Evansville monday afternoon the Rev. Couchman of one of the Metho dist churches of that City being in charge of the services and the re Mains were brought to Petersburg wednesday morning interment be ing made in Walnut Hills cemetery after Rev. Couchman had conducted a Short service at the grave. Mrs Bowman was the eldest daughter of the late Thomas Knight and wife of Petersburg and was formerly one of the Best known and most popular Young ladies of the town. She and her husband who is also a native of this county were married Here and lived in Pike county for several years before moving to Evansville mrs. Bowman had been ill since last january and her condition became critical about three months ago. She was a member of the methodist Church and a woman of charming manner and of the highest character who was greatly esteemed by All who knew her. She is survived by her husband and five children mrs Eleanor Jarvis Helen Berenice Frances and Thomas k. Bowman. James w. Hillman. James w. Hillman one of the Best known old soldiers and citizens of Petersburg was stricken with paralysis sunday and died at 11 55 monday morning at the Home of his Niece mrs. Harvey Carter with whom he had been making his Home since the death of his wife Over a year ago. The remains were taken to Oakland City wednesday morn ing where funeral services were conducted by elder Crane of the general Baptist Church and inter ment was made there. James w. Hillman was born Clay township this county july 6. 1845, and belonged to one of the county s Pioneer families his Grandfather Henry Hillman coming to Pike county in 1820. James w. Was the son of Daniel Hillman and wife. He received such education As the common schools offered and at the opening of the civil War he joined company g., 65th, Indiana volunteers and served until 1865 he saw much Active service and had an excellent record As a Soldier. He was in the Battles of Nashville Resaca Altoona Kenesaw Mountain Dallas and the siege of Atlanta at the close of the War or. Hillman returned to this county and began work on a farm. On the 18th Day of february 1873, he married miss Elizabeth Atkinson daughter of Andrew Atkinson who died about a year since. Or. Hillman was one of Pike county s most highly esteemed citizens and numbered his friends by the hundreds. He was a consistent member of the Baptist Church and leaves behind him record of Good citizenship loyalty to his friends and faithful service to his country and to the master that any Young Man would do Well to imitate. Or. Hillman s death was a grievous Shock to his friends As he was apparently in the Best of health up to the very moment that he was stricken. Jackson Ferguson. Jackson Ferguson affectionately known throughout Pike county As Quot Uncle Jack Quot Ferguson died at his Home at Spurgeon last Friday morning. He arose that Day in what was apparently his usual health and shortly after breakfast was stricken with what seemed to be a rheumatic pain Din his Arm which shortly went to his heart resulting in almost instant eos death. The funeral was held at Spurgeon sunday afternoon the Rev e. M. Hale of Winslow. Being in charge of the services and interment was made there. Jackson Ferguson was born near the town of Pleasantville Spurgeon november 10th, 1834. He was the son of Peter and Margaret Teifert Ferguson and was the last of a family of seven sons and two daughters. He taught school for several years in both Monroe and townships. His first Marria pre Vas to Martha Scales and to Thi i Union two Childrs n were born of whom Vives. Or. Ferguson enlisted in company b. 91st Indiana and served More than three years being a lieutenant in his company. He had an excellent army record. When he had been Honor ably discharged from the army he returned to this county and resumed farming which he followed almost without interruption throughout his whole life teaching school in the Winter. His first wife died and he married Margery Fowler who died several years ago. To this Union were born seven or eight children six of whom James m., Charles Estella and Nina Ferguson and mrs. Mattie Thompson and mrs Mary Williams survive. Or. Ferguson was a staunch Republican All his life and was elected treasurer of the county in 1886, an office which he filled for four years. At the expiration of his second term he returned to his farm and devoted his attention to this business As Long As he lived. He was a member of the methodist Church and a worker in the sunday school and in All Church matters. He was devoted to his family and in return was deeply loved by All his children and neighbors. A True Patriot and a Christian gentleman he was a Power for Good in the Community in which he dwelt. Buffets and Dave ports Brenton amp Harris. Adv John q. Alexander of Cato was in town thursday. Have your Christmas photographs made Early. Patterson studio. County Surveyor Joe Morton was in Washington monday. Dining tables and chairs a Brenton amp Harris. Adv pres Tilman of Coonville looked after business matters Here several Days last week. Joshua Blaize of near rumble town looked after business matters Here saturday. Mrs. Lou Pollihan of Hunting Burg was the guest of friends and relatives Here last week. John Thomas of Winslow spent saturday with friends and relatives in this City. Clark and Cal Whitman attended the big mine Rescue demonstration at Bicknell saturday. Attorney s. G. Davenport of Vin Cennes looked after business matters Here one Day last week. Mark l. Knight and , of Bicknell attended the funeral of mrs. J. L. Bowman Here tuesday. Frank Otho and Louie tyring and James Oxby of Spurgeon were Here last thursday paying tags is. Stephen r. Chappell of Terre haute looked after business matters Here several Days this week. George Kiefer went to Loogootee sunday where he has accepted s position with a Telephone company. William Chambers of Velpen one of the Best known business men in Pike county Vas Here Friday pay ing taxes. Frank Jean who is building a system of Rock roads in Gibson county spent saturday and sunday with his family in this City. John k. Chappell Fred Alexander and miss Marie Liibs spent sunday As the guests of mrs. Stella Alsop of Vincennes. Mrs. John 0. Miley and mrs. William Rodimel Are visiting with friends and relatives in Posey county this week. Mrs. B. C. Ornbaun after a pleasant visit with friends and relatives at Plainfield and Indianapolis returned Home sunday. Miss Marie Liibs and mrs. James Boonshot who attended the state convention of women s clubs at Indianapolis last week returned Home sunday. Miss Mabel Gladish and or. Millard Chappell left monday for Napoleon South Dakota where they will teach school during the coming Winter months. John Schreiber who was formerly engaged in the meat business Here but who has been in North Dakota for the past three years is Here the guest of friends and relatives. A number from Here will j. B. Van Nada j. F. Van estate lightning Tornado and automobile , Indiana. Real estate transfers made and entered of record since our last report j. 0. Adams to John e. Arnold 26 2-3 acres off w Sise so Sec 8, tin r7w, $1.00. Alden Perry and wife to we. H. Stephens it she be Sec 7, t3s, r7w, 14 2-3 acres $250.00. Sophia Volkel to John t. Schnarr it lot 42, Demsey s 2nd add to of Well $200.00. James s. Baker and wife to Geo. B. Woolsey it Sec 18, t3s, r7w, 98 acres $100.00. John gears and wife to we. My Gillum Whf sew Sec 17, tvs r8w, 20 acres. $850.00. Andreve j. Loveless to Rufus b. Loveless it Sec 18, tvs r8w, $65.00. Shynett Wingate and bus to Etta Wingate pts be Sec 28, t2s, r7w, 8 acres $200.00. Jolin a. Russ and wife to Clarence Ashby it Sec 4, t2s, r7w, 60 acres $750.00. Corg Boger and Hus to Maud Gideon p3 so be Sec 23, tin r8w, 2 acres. $630.00. Charles e. Barker and wife to Ella e. Moenkhaus Send and new Sec 17, t3s, r6w, 8 acres $2,000. We. R. Hall it. Al. To James l. Mcquarry it. Al., it new so Sec 10, tvs r9w, 35 acres $1,300.00. Minnie p. Kieth and Hus to Emmerson b. Whitehead it Sec 14, tin r7w, 1.20 acres $190.00. Florence Bowman and Hus Tot hos. K. Bowman it lots 1 and 26, West Petersburg $200.00. Prentice Roberts to Ayrshire Coal co., it Sec 11 and it Sec 12, t2s, r8w, $1.00. Crying for help lots of it in Petersburg Bat Gowing less. Daily the kidney is often cry for help. Not ii outlier Ori Iii in Llie who Lull Odd More Delici Lely construe cd not Ono More important to . Tit ii Are Trio filter of the blood. When Lihty fail the Booti Beoo ivies foul and poisonous. There eau be no her us w More Tipiere is poisoned blood. Bac Liacho is Onn of tie Frei sent India Quot Titis of i Kincy trouble. It is often the l id Noj s cry for help. Heed it. Lead what a it on it kidney pills have done for overworked i Lineys. Read what Doan have done for Peers Burk people. Thomas a. Pihsien Painter. Main st., be the Asburr says Quot for some tune Bael boned 1 had Dull Una Wizir pairs through the of Niy Baek. It seemed As if they would never let up. After blog a few boxes of Doan s kidney pills i Felt better in every Way. The pains slopped and 1 belter at All dealers. Don t simply ask for a kidney re Nidya get loan s kidney ill so tic tame thai Lur h seen had Foster Milburn co., prop bul Vaol. N. V. When baby has the group. When a Mother is awakened from sound sleep to find her child who has gone to bed apparently in the Best of health struggling for breath she is naturally alarmed. Yet if she can keep her presence of mind and give Chamberlain s cough remedy every ten minutes until vomiting is produced Quick Relief will follow and the child will drop to sleep to awaken in the morning As Well As Ever. This remedy has been in use for Many years with uniform Success. Obtainable everywhere. The elections the elections held tuesday in a number of states were highly Gratifying to republicans. Kentucky is democratic by Only four or five thousand. Massachusetts is Republican As is Pennsylvania but Maryland is demo cry Ticas it was expected to be while jew Jersey is Republican. Woman suffrage was Defeated everywhere and the new Constitution was beaten in new York preacher was Laid up. Rev. C. M. Knighton Havanna fla., writes Quot for three months i suffered intense pains in the kidneys and Back which at times Laid up entirely. 1 used 11-2 bottles of Foley kidney pills and All the pain disappeared. I feel As if 20 years had been added to relieves rheumatism backache sore mus cles stiff joints. Sold everywhere. The Young child of or. And mrs. Jackson Risley of Elberfield formerly of Petersburg died and was brought Here for burial last saturday evening. Chronic constipation. Quot about two years ago when began using Chamberlain s tablets i had been suite ring for some time with stomach trouble and chronic constipation. My condition improved rapidly through the use of these tablets. Since taking four or five bottles of them health has been Fine Quot writes mrs. John Newton Irving n. Y. Obtainable everywhere. Mort Alexander who is travelling for a Minneapolis Novelty firm spent sunday with his family in this City. Lagrippe and fever cared. Quick s chill tonic cured husband of Lagrippe and fever after the doctor s Medicine and other remedies Lilac. Roach Drifton Florida. Sold by j. R. Adams amp son 25c. Attend the football game at Huntingburg saturday. The local team is in Good condition and the rooters Are predicting that they will walk away with the game. Some Linton Coal men arc Caf ing land in the Vicinity of Clark station and will install a Sti in Pink mail Ine. Charley Crow of Augusta was in town saturday. Kitchen cabinets a Brenton and Harris. Adv have your Christmas photographs made Early. Patterson studio. Joe o Brien and Charlie Carlisle went to Loogootee sunday. Have your Christmas photographs made Early. Patterson studio. Capt. A. B. Pike of Marengo is Here visiting Riley Lane who is very sick. Luther Selby of near the Grange Hall looked after business matters Here monday. Or. And mrs. Cal Whitman of Oakland City visited with friends and relatives Here Friday. Clarence Waltz of Clay township j was Here saturday looking after business matt.s. Supt. W. E. Trca Cir of the the vein of Coal to near Quot up. . In cancer of the City Benjamin f. Ferguson sur the surface and is i or and of Hali schools spent Suntay with Fri ords How to be efficient. Nothing saps the vitality like kidney trouble. It causes backache headache stiff joints sore Muscles Quot always tired Quot feeling rheumatism and other ills. To be efficient you must be healthy. Foley kidney pills strengthen the kidneys help them do their work of file erg out from the system the waste matter that causes the trouble. Sold everywhere. Notice of final settlement of estate notice is hereby Niveo to the creditors heirs and legatees of Feux f. Brutti Sikham deceased to he per in the Pike or unit court. Held at Petersburg Lud. On the 271 h Day of november. 1915, and show Onuseit any. Why the final set lenient Uca outta of Albert h. Johnson executor with the estate of said decedent should not be approved and said heirs Are notified to then and there Uke proof of Heirship and Reu Olvo their distributive shares. Witness the clerk of said court this nil Day of oven incr 101. Aben r. , 50ty clerk Pike c cult Couis Richardson amp Taylor attorneys. J. W. Wilson attorn y at Law office opposite court House Petersburg Indiana. Or. B. C. Ornbaun veterinary surgeon. Petersburg Indiana. Office in the state Bank building. Telephone Independent no. 187. Cumberland phone residence 15 township trustee a of 3 hereby Ritea that the under fanned Wlms Oftle a the first. Nat Loaa Bank Winslow Indiana Evora Day to Tran not business connected with the a flee of trustee of Patoka township.�?0. A Bee Vrue tee. Feet thick and of >i.-d Quality. In Bloomington. J. B. Bilderback lawyer Oakland Olry Muana i Nisi Reinoe Loans Muniru in Bonds i Perl Al attention to probate matters. Til

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