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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - April 4, 1919, Winslow, Indiana The Dispatch m VOLUME 22 p,KP.7^tnTY. INPIAr^jXTPMPAY M0RN1NG.^RIL4^ NUMBER 4 Castor oil at Everett’s. Garden seeds at Rob ling’s. Fresh lettuce daily at Woodford’s. mule. For Sale or Trade—Young D. Arnold.    __ J. Fresh bread and at Woodford’s. buns each morning Chair seats 10c at Woodford s. Dispatch office for Notary work. Rolled oats, 5c per pound at Rob-ling’s. Rugs at Cooper’s Hardware Store. Sliced ham and its fine at Woodford’s. D. I?%esh lemons 25c per dozen at Woodford’s.    V__ “Silver Dale’ at Robling’s. apricots, per can 30c, Our cold tablets are Everett’s Re«all Store. guaranteed. For Sale—Good baled ton. W. A. Henager. hay $20.00 per Morris Supreme pork and beans, 10c per can, at Robling’s. Wanted—To rent 60 acres of pasture for the season. Virgil Dorsey. For Sale-Lot 83 in Lobbey addition to Winslow. Price Newton. and 4 lots Cure that cold with our guaranteed tablets. Everett’s Rexall Store. For Sale—2 good used Fords. Price right for quick sale. Everett Fet-tinger For Sale—Sow Arnold. and pigs* *?• \ See Wisdom’s fine line of Ladies and Gents’ hose. ______ tastes Take your eggs to Woodford s. sticks Brooms, mops Woodford’s. and mop at “Eventually” a “New Edison, not now. Grover W. Sims. Why “Mallard” the coffee like more at Woodford’s. that Use aluminum ware and get it of us. Cooper’s Hardware Store. soap, perfume. Before you buy life insurance investigate the merits of the Metropolitan. George E. Brewster, Agent. horse; r.. For Sale or Trade—House in Winslow. James R. Jones. We have a cough remedy for every cough. Everett’s Rexall Store. For Sale or Rent—My place of 11 acres adjoining Winslow. W. E. Cox. W. T. Williamson and wife of Chand ler, visited last week. F. M. Bristow and family For Sale—Square top pedestal table, davenport and an invalid’s chair. Clellia Skinner. a full Hardware Go to Wisdom's for face powder and toilet goods. Iron beds, bed springs and line of furniture. Cooper’s Store. ____ For Sale—Osborne binder in good condition. Ready for use. George M. Jones.    __ For Sale—Good 7^ years old good worker; weigh about 1150 pounds. E. P. Richardson, Jr. _ Williams house paints, fioor varnishes, oils and Fine Geraniums Woodford’s. every week Aluminum preserve kettld* for 75c at Wisdom’s. Get writing material of every kind at Everett’s Rexall Store. Woodford’s onion sets. for seed potatoes and No use to suffer of a cold when you can get a cure with our cold tablets. Everett’s Rexall Store. of to busbel timothy seed; some excellent sorghum molasses. J. For Sale—1 S. Johnson. The Rexall and every other kind of the finest toilet articles at Everett’s Rexall Store. __ Albert Jordan, a good farmer Monroe township, was attending business in Winslow Tuesday. Willie Beadles and wife spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hatching eggs from Regal Dorcas White Wyandottes. $1.00 per 15. E. L. Kerr. _  * wash* Sherwin Chi-Namel bifushes at Thiry’s Hardware Store. For Sale—Span jin mules coming four years old. Well broke. Price right. Cash or terms. J. E. Johnson. servicable A full line of patent medicines of every kind is carried in stock it the Rexall Store. the Fifteen minutes a day with “New Edison”'will change your whole life. Grover W. Sims. For Sale—Span 2 years old mules. Price reasonable. James T. McKinney- We have a nice stock of harness. Now is the a nice stock of time to get ready for the spring work. Cooper’s Hardware Store. prominent Wm. Beadles east of town White Flier, Swift’s white laundry. Bob White and A. B. Naptha soaps 6c per bar at Robling’s. _ Come to our fountain for the best in soft drinks. Runs the year ’round. Everett’s Rexall Store. Mrs. Grace Green and son Ralph spent Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beadles east of town. “New Edison” records on sale at Everett’s every payday, every Saturday evening and nite. Grover Sims.    ___ Mrs. Fens Washeo, the great ing compound 5c per package at Woodford's. W. The famous Rexall. remedies cannot be surpassed. A full line at Everett s Rexall Store. old mare, in foal There is nothing more than the right kind of a kitchen cabins. We have the right kind. Cooper’s Hardware Store. Lee Thurman and wife people of Littles were in Winslow Tuesday attending to business matters and mingling with friends. For Sale—6 years by Ragle’s jack. Will take milch cow or calves in the trade. Clarence Ashby. deve Hendricks a prominent farmer of Marion township was looking after business matters and mingling with friends in Winslow Tuesday. and An almost new pair Buffalo center balance scales for sale. Call at the grocery department of Robling’s Store. The “New Edison,” no needle 2 change. Only phonograph in the world that plays all make records, satisfactorily.. Grover W. Sims. For Sale—Rose Comb White Wyandotte eggs from thoroughbred, large bone and heavy laying strain. Eggs $1.00 for fifteen. Mrs. F. D. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Redman Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bogges, Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Pipes, north-east of town motored to Evansville Wednesday in Mr. Redman’s car.    / Mr. and Mrs. J* W. Chance grandson and Mrs. Maggie Shaw, of Etansville, spent Saturday and Sunday h^e with relatives and old friends. Stendal Exchange. The time of ye;^” to jjaint up inside and out is here. We have the very best paints to be had both in house paints and fioor varnishes. Thiry’s Harwdare Store._ three Everett’s cold tablets are absolutely guaranteed to do the work. Ask for them at the Rexall Store. Arthur Jr., is the name given' the new boy bom to Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Arthur Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morton, Mrs. Ed Lynch and Mrs, Grace Green spent When you need a dry cell battery for your car or telephone, get a Burgess the best made. 40c at Thiry’s Hardware Store^  _ William Davidson and Joe Taylor, good citizens and farmers of Marion Lost—Eastern Star pin. somewhere between home and the Christian church. Reward for return to Mrs. n. T. Lobbey._- sorrel Grow two stalks this year vahere one grew last year and do it by using commercial fertilizer. 1 bave a car of that celebrated Bowker brand. Now is the time to plan for spring planting. John Hogam^__ Prof. Pierson, assistant principal of If you have not seen our line of new rugs you have missed something. Some of the prettiest room size patterns you have ever seen. Inspect them any day. Cooper’s Hardware Store. St. The Star Theatre will give shows on Saturday night on account of the large crowds it has been having. One show will be given at 7 :15, one at 8:15 and one at 9:15. township, were in town on business one day last week. Saturday in Oakland City. Lay in your coal while there is no rush on and get the best from the Fox Hill mine. George Wickware. Every farmer who expects to produce every grain of corn his land will give forth should see our line of Cultivators. Cooper’s Hardware Store, For Sale or Trade—Will sell driving mare coming five years old or will trade for large work horse 195-2Í. George Poehlein. The local independent basket ball team went to Velpen the first of the Mrs. H. E. Williams of East Louis returned to her home Saturday after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Williams of Monroe township. Floyd O. Julian, a prominent young man of Monroe township, was married last week to Miss Lula Faries of Gibson county. Mr. Julian is employed as a pumper in the oil fields of that township where they will reside. The magistrate who ruled that a wife bad a right to search her hus- week and played the independent team of that city. The score was 17 to 10 in favor of the Winslow team. “I like The Evansville Courier” writes a woman in this town, “because LQgt—Automobile tire 34-4.malleable rim, between Ireland and Oakland City. Finder notify this office. No. 2 can Beseco Kraut 10c An examination for teachers'^ license was held at the high school auditorium Saturday. A number of teachers and prospective teachers were present. Better not put off buying your cultivator too long. I have the best one the market affords. You are invited to come and see it. F. E. Heuring. No. 3 can Beseco Kraut 15c at Woodford’s. We have a complete line of the very-best tillage implements. We invite inspection. Cooper’s Hardware Store. Now and then you want a piece of jewelry. Consult us next titpe you are in the market. Everett’s Rexall Store. Mr. and Mrs. .Tames Whitehead of Cato, were in Indianapolis this week where they took their baby to a spec ialist. Nancy C. Com and Mrs. Charles Curtis of Augusta, were in Winslow For Sale—If you want to get eggs next winter, set eggs now. Barred Plymounth Rocks, bred-to-lay strain 75c for 15 eggs, Mfs. D, E. Hicks. its different. We are fdrutnate in hav--ing in this part of the world, a paper like the Evansville Courier.” For Rent—Good house with barn, garden and truck patches, fruit and seven acres of good pasture, the Winslow high school, went home to spend Sunday and Monday mormng a telegram from him announced that he was very sick. His trouble is mumps. Prof. Pierson’s home is in Marengo. j^r Rent—My house, barn good, li^e truck patches, good orchard located 2 miles north of Stendal on Velpen road. Will rent reasonably to right party. For information address Howard Carlisle, Westbon, Mo., R. D. 1. •  _ have Mr. and Mrs. Logan Hale are home. Logan having been mustered out of service in which he had been for more than a year. He was located at Camp Logan most of the time where he was a cook. Mrs. Hale has been near him most of the time.^_ Dispatch for clean road within easy reach of mines, session April 1st. S. L. Reed. been Rock Pos- On account of the increased attendance at our Saturday night show we will give three shows, one at 7 :15, one at 8 :15 and one at 9:15. Star Theatre. Claude Trussler who has beefi^doing a lot of work for the Globe Coal Co. strip miners just north-west of town. Horace Barnett who has been in army service stationed in Florida has been discharged and returned home Monday. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Barnett, north-east of town. band’s pockets wants to kill the reporter who printed the story. His wife took him at his word the very next night. But whkt difference does it make whether it be right or wrong, provided there is money or suspicious letters in his pockets? W. A. Rhodes and family who been living in Winslow since last fall have moved to Huntingburg. They have purchased property there and will make that their home. They made mai^ friends while here who regret tbeiftmoving away ‘ imiiam Clean Rags Wanted—The office will pay 5c per pound rags. We need them 'for cleaning about the office. Junk rags on the market are worth but Ic per pound but weill pay 5c for clean rags. Will also consider it a f^vor to hunt us up. some at this price. his right Monday shopping and attending to business.    _ JPoT Rent—2 vacant addition. Address Mrs 119 North Broadway. Ind. ■ ’Phone 94-Y. William Bartelt and Fred Corn, ' prominent citizens of Lockhart town- lots in Lobbey Lytle Houchin, Oakland City, has filed suit against the company for $7,000. Trussler drilled some wells for the company. John Dyson, a prominent young man of Monroe township, was in town Saturday visiting his brother, Grover Dyson. Mr. Dyson was receiving the congratulations of his friends over his marriage during the past week. E. S. met ship, were attending to business matters in Winslow one day last week. Dr. Mason 2:lli the great race horse and sire of extreme speed will make the season of 1919 at my bam in Wins-Tow near the depot. Terms $16.00 to insure colt one week old. J. H. Null, Owner and Keeper. J. H. Null, owner of Dr. Mason, the great race stallion, will pace him on the levee across the bridge at 3 o’clock next Saturday afternoon. He invites prospective breeders to see this horse in harness. There will be a foot race and other attractions._ The regular April meeting of the Woman’s Foreign Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. Monroe Robling Friday afternoon. Business of importance is to come before the meeting. Every member is urged to be present. Mrs. Theodore Evans, President. T. C. Nelson and wife who have been spending the winter in Florida have written to friends here that they have left Coronada and are on their way home. They are stopping at a number of places on the way home and may not get in for two or three weeks. ^ Arthur Snyder who was sent from Madison township to Woodmere asylum some two or three months ago, died in that institution Thursday. He was 60 years old and is survived by the widow and several children. The remains were brought to his home Friday. The funeral was held Saturday from the family residence, the reiAins being taken to Walnut Hills cemetery for interment. The Knights of Pythias district meeting will be held in Evansville on May 2nd. A large class will be given the Rank of Knight. I||yansville has two lodges and they will furnish the class along with others furnished by lodges out in the district. A number of local Knights are planning to attend. The Auxiliary of the O. with Mrs. J. S. Johnson Friday after* noon. The following officers were elected for the coming year: President. Zilla Hicks; Vice President, Mrs. Kate Blythe; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Georgia S. Heuring._^ Dovie Marie, nine months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Willis, died Sunday at noon. Death was due to pneumonia following the fl’J. The funeral service was held at the family home yesterday, conducted by Rev. Mart Burch. Interment was in the Martin cemetery near Littles. Mr. Wilils is very ill with the fiu, and the entire family has been ill within the past three weeks.—Oakland City Journal. Marshbank got foot caught in a machine at No. 7 mines Monday and the entire flesh part of the foot from the heel to the toes was torn loose. The little toe was broken in the mash. Some twenty stitches were required    the fiesh back. F. A. Stimson of HunUngbur^attended the Poland Hereford cattle sale in Muncie last week and bought a 4 year old cow and small calf for which he paid $3,360. Some Cow that. But the good stuff brings tbe price and good stuff costs no more to feed than scrubs. Some time ago this paper suggested that every discharged soldier and sailor should have his discharge recorded. At that time thd county recorder s office did not have the necessary books for recording them. The record bwk has been received by Recorder Abell now and he is ready to take in the discharges and record them. The fTO m only 50c. No soldier or sailor can afford not to have hia discharge recorded as be might lose it or get it destroyed m some manner.    ___ mt The last session of the Indiana legislature raised the amount of mortgage exemptions from $700 to $1,000, provided the assessment value of the property is twice that amount. The exemption must be filed as always in March 'and April, and tbe exemption papers must be filed with the county auditor before the end of April. Let us make out your exemption now and don t put it off until it is too late. ^ Eugene V. Debs, socialist leader who has been sentenced to ten years in federal prison for violation of the espion-act, threatens to call a general strike of his party throughout the country unless he is granted a rehearing of his case in the courts. He gave out an interview Monday in which he said that oh May 1st when he starte his sentence if he is not given a new hearing by that time the miners of Indiana will start the strike. He says that the miners of Indiana have promised him that from the day he starts to the penitentiary there will 1^ no more coal mined in Indiana leased. P. H. Cooper, one of this township's reliable young men was attending to business matters in Winslow Friday. He is just getting out after a long siege of pneumonia. Early in the winter he got caught in the big oil engine at the pumping station where he works and wa# badly crippled for some time. Just after getting over that he took the flu which ended with a long spell of pneumonia. His whole family had the flu. A bright little boy of 6 years died at the time Mr. Cooper was very low.______ John Sturgeon, a former Winslow resident, died Wednesday night of last week at the honfte of his daughter, Mrs. Haz Bee in Princeton. Death came very sudden. Some weeks pre vious to his death he suffered a severe attack of influenza from which it was thouhgt he had recovered. For a number of years Mr. Sturgeon lived in Winslow. It was while he was living here that he invented a patent wheat fan from which he made an immense amount of money. Surviving are Mrs. Bee and one son,. Oliver. Oné son died while the famUy lived here. The funei^l'was held Friday, the remains being taken to Lafayette for burial. Captain William Boynton an Ameri-who served throughout the war can until he is re citizen died People who had begun to complain of the spring fever coming on last week got it all taken out of them Sunday and Monday when winter came back to give us a few more parting shivers. Many peach trees were in bloom and the buds well along on all trees. Much speculation has been rife about the condition of the fruit. Good authority claims that the fruit in this county has not likely been hurt. If it bad been wet Pap Sims says the fruit would bave been killed. But as it was dry and had been proceeded by a etrong wind he U of the opinion that the cold snap has not injured the fruit. We hope not as we have little enough nnyway. She took her fathers’ last summer suit, cut off one of the legs of the trousers, and thus provided hewelf with a skirt. From a worn out linen handkerchief she secured material enough for the waist she desired. Then she found an old bath towel and converted it into a hat for herself. Yet the young man who loved her was warned by his mother that the girl did not have proper ideas of economy. _   ■_ Declaring that the Mooney convention in Chicago last January was not authorized to call a general strike to obtain clemency for Thomas J. Mooney, the United Miffe Workers of America will not participate in the strike called for July 4, 1919. This was decided, at a meeting of the International executive board of the miners in session in Indianapolis Monday. Holding that Mooney had been done an injustice in bis trial of bombing a preparednw parade at Sah Francisco thé executive board said that the convSntion caHed by the International Workers Defense League did not act on authbriaation of tbe A. F. of L. The board refused to subscHbe to tbe million dollar fond to prosecute tbe legal battle for Mooney. In honor of the return from overseas of Austice Pipes, son of Mr. and Mrs Charles Pipes, north-east of town, i number of friends and neighbors gathered at the Pipes home Sunday and made him a big dinner. It was a feast to be remembered according to Pap Sims. Present were C. M. Hollon and wife. J. G. Sims and wife. S. D. Hend-ron and wife, Alva Redman and wife. Homer Hawkins and wife. Roscoe Hollon and wife, George Barnett and wife. W. S. Bogges, wife and son, Josie Scroggs and Phil Sims. He has been discharged from the army. The local newspaper should be found in every hdroe. No child will grow op Ignorant wbo ckn be taught to appreciate tbe home paper. It is tbe stepping stone of intelligence in all those matters not to be learned in books. Give your children a foreign paper which contains not one word about any person, place or thing which they ever saw or perhaps ever heard of, and how you expect them to be interested? But let them have the home paper and read of persons whom them meet, and places with which they are famil iar and soon an interest is awakened which incresaes with every arrival of tbe local paper. Thus a habit reading is formed, and those cblldret; will read tbe papers all their lives and become Intelligent men and women, a credit to their ancestors, strong in their knowledge of tbe world as it Is today. John Whitehead, a promine and farmer of Logan township, Thursday night after suffering two weeks of a carbuncle on the back of his neck. He suffered rouch^ pain with it. He was 68 years old and is survived by tbe widow and four children he had raised. He was a member of the Red Men. holding membership at Hosmer. He was a Christian, a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. He was a man who was held in high esteem by «11 who knew him. The funeral sot-vice was held Friday afternoon at the Littlea church conducted by Rev. Weeks. Burial was in the Martin cemetery.    ,      ^ Time after time this paper has called attention to the fact that no items that are sent to the office through the mail will be published unless the writer signs his or her name. We are living strictly to this rule. We roust do so. Often tiroes the seemingly simple pews item contains a stinger that we cannot see but which can only be seen in the neighborhood from which it came. S do not want items with stingers in them and do not knowingly publish them. If your item is all right you need not fear to sign your name as the name will not be published- We want it merely as e^’idence ot good faith that you are sending us k news item that does not mean to sting some one at our expense. So remember that on the simplest items to sign your name. in tbe Canadian town this week, dress at the M. afternoon to a full air service was m He delivered an ad-E. church Tuesday house. He did not come here to deUver an addreess but was prevailed upon to make the address by persons about town. Captain Boynton was doing photograph work when the war br8»r out in 1914 and enlisted with the Canadian troops. He remained with them United States got into the be transferred to the American army. He had four wound marks. One time he feir behind the German lines buC managed to escape. Three pilote had beeri killed with him. He «aw the real feervice as a bird mhn and had the evidence as well as the .ability to en- tertainingly tell it.__ one day walked He was a typi- until the war when been Three One of the most Ulked subjects in this liart of the county is the Patoka river dredge case. This has hanging fire for many montba. or four men have been appointed special judge to try the case but up to this time no judge has remaiimd on the job after looking it over. Those interested are expecting the next man Mipointed to remain on the job. Heretofore the pay has been about $10 pw day The legislature just adjourned nlMd th« p»y to «» ,id«rfng th.t It will probably take tbree or four waoka to trythacw tbia wHl maai* quita a nica cback. Tha way tha eauaa aund. now    « aaaaaamant of battar th» a^nat the tend involved that the land owners would like to ^t off one 5m or another. It cannot be gotten « J off until tbe case is tried and decide^ for « oaa «ay or the other.    ^ Under the new road law passed by the late legislature, the townahip trua-tee is no more the guardian* ot the unimproved roads. The unimproved roads are In the hands of the county com-misstoners. They will hir«9 men to oversee the work and spend <he money for repaiiU. The township trustee is te nay over to the county all road monibs n^ on hands and be free from the road management. No more will people work out their two. four or aix days on the roada but fouat pay it all in cash. The amount of the money to be raised shall be levte<l by the town-ship advisory board and expended by the county commission era. The improved road supsrintein<l«nt has nothing to do with ibe new i-oad law nnlw he should be appdlntecl to the job caring for the unimproved roada of thm county. The townahip lyuateea ere eil very much elated vHth the new Imw m it gets the wadi out ofttieir this bae bwn job An old gentleman into a bankers office, eel southerner of tbe old school, and When the banker asked what he /xmld do for him, the caller replied that it was a matter of money, money due hknself. “About'thirty-five years ago lent a mao down aouth some money. - a^Tkteined "It wasn’t a very big I he explained sum. but he wanted it, and I let him have it, ;i told him that whenever I needed it would let him know, and be could pay it back then. It Sit I Zé it how. and I -hall 1st him Tinow, I want you to tran.aci tbe buxjneas for me, But. roy dear air,” Mid Se banker, surprised at cence and Ignorance of the    ' •‘you cannot claim that nxmey now. There's a statute of limitation, and it ran out against that year* ago.” “Sir.” answered the old man decidedly. “I that mow to a gentleman, and there ie ^ linlitatlmi Whwe a gentleman ls«^ eeraed.*' HU esaiwate was corr^ The banlcer ssait f®p the. money, and In a short time reeaivod It. Honor and flooeaty are not bound by mere legal Mof .UnRtathMu : á bl|0i*r

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