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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - April 18, 1919, Winslow, Indiana TheWINSLOW, PIKE COUNTY. INDIANA^^IíWDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1919 NUMBER 6 Castor oil at Everett’s. We deliver ice Klusmeier. Garden seeds at Robling’s. Woodford's for seeds and seed pota toes. For Sale or Trade—Yonng mule. J D. Arnold. “Silver Dale” apricots, per can 30c at Robling’s. Woodford is still Xjeave your orders. having flowers Our cold tablets are Everett’s Rexall Store. guaranteed For Sale—Good baled ton. W. A. Henager. hay $20.00 per For Sale—Lot 83 in Lobbey addition to Winslow. Price Newton. We have a cough remedy for every cough. Everett’s Rexall Store. For Sale or Rent—My place of 11 W. E. Cox. Sale or Rent—My acres adjoining Winslow. Will have a car Mackler switch Dorsey. load of corn next week. on the J. W. The Rexall and every other kind of the finest toilet articles at Everett’s Rexall Store. 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 soft drinks. Runs- the year Everett’s Rexall Store. best in 'round. Everett’s cold tablets are absolutely guaranteed to do the work. Ask for them at the Rexall Store. Lay in your coal while there is no rush on and get the best from the Fox Hill mine. George Wickware. Don’t miss him in his second million dollar picture, “Shoulder Arms.’’ Star Theatre. Friday, April 25th. 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 time you are in the market. Everett’s Rexall Store. J- W. Powell and family and Mrs. P. E. Heuring were in Evansville Saturday. They made the trip in Mr. Powell’s automobile. We have two Osborne mowing machines we desire to close out and to move them have reduced the price to $70.00 cash Cooper's Hardware Store. Rev. ~~ Grover B. Wright of Oakland City, was here with his family Snuday. Rev. Wrighf addressed the men’s meeting at the Christian church Sunday afternoon. Coming—Charlie Chaplin in his sec ond million dollar picture—“Shoulder Arms.’’ Three reels of Charlie’s idea of how to kill the huns.. Star Theatre, Friday, April 25th. Word has been received by relatives that Hovey Beardsley, Cecil Davis and John Russ have arrived safely in the states from over seas and all expect to be home in a few days. Knecht is doing great cartoon work in the Evansville Courier these spring days, white Mr. Roosa’s editorials are classic. The Courier, by the way has a new column of “Chaif’’ that is gaining a large following. How to get even with cooties for their persistent irritation is solved by Charlie Chaplin in “Shoulder Arms,’’ his second million-dollar picture, to be shown at the Star Theatre on Friday, April 25. Charlie hits upon a scheme of his own, whereby he succeeds in giving the cooties a great deal more trouble than they give him The commencement exercises of the Stendal high school will be held at the Union church in Stendal next Tuesday evening. Prof. L. A Stone will deliver the address. Some special music will be furnished by the high school, Genevieve Ferrier, H. L. Hartke and the Glee Club. The graduates are Etta Coleman, Belva Erwin, Carl Corn, Floyd Eilert, Guy Ingram, Elmo Sakel and Willie McAllister..    % Next Monday will be a big time is Masonic circles lit like county when the local Masonic Lodge will have as its guests Petersburg, Oakland City and Lynnville Lodges. Tbej.e four Lodges are ordered to meet in Winslow and bold n Lodge -of instrnction. The State inspector of Lodges will be here. Petersburg and Oakland City Lodges will confer the Entered Apprentice and Fellow Craft degrees in the afternoon. Wigrslow Lodgf will confer the Master Miion    in    evening. A big baiwoet will be set at 6 o’clock, the Odd Fellows* dining room having been seci^red for the purpose. Winslow Lodge Is having its temple decorated throtiglKmt is installing new furniture. Many Masons from adjoining lodge* are expected to be present and enjoy the occasion. All invited to attend the meeting. Dispatch office for Notary work. 5c per pound at Rob Rolled oats, ling’s. _ Did you try kraut? Is fine. Woodford’s 10c can Mórris Supreme pork per can, at Robling’s. and beans, 10c Cure that cold with our guaranteed tablets. Everett’s Rexall Store. Call Ceorge Cox when you want ice We deliver at once. Klusmeier. For Sale—2 good used right for quick sale, tinger. Fords. Price Everett Fet Joe Kinman and wife of Petersburg spent Sunday here the guests of Ray Abbott and wife.    * For Sale—Barred Plymouth Rocks bred-to-lay strain 75c for 15 eggs Mrs. D. E. Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. Ortho Scales of Delphi spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents in Spurgeon. No use to suffer of a cold when you cgn get a cure with our cold tablets. Everett’s Rexall Store. Gus A shby and wife left this week for Akron, Ohio where Gus has secured a iK>8Ítion in a factory. M. O. McKinney and wife and Logan Hale, and wife were in Evansville Friday looking after business. “New Edison” records on sale at Everett’s every payday, every Saturday evening and nite. Grover W. Sims. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Jones spent Monday and Tuesday in Huntingburg where Mrs. Jones was taking treatment. When you need a dry cell battery for your car or telephone, get a Burgess— the best made. 40c at Thiry’s Hard ware Store^^_ The stork visited the hom'^f Mr. and Mrs. Ollie • Dougherty of Muren Thursday night of last week and left a boy with them. T. C. Nelson and wife who spent the wintet.ip Florida, returned last week. They did not have such an enjoyable winter as heretofore. Every farmer who expects to produce every grain'^of. corn    ^ give forth should see our line of Cultivators. Cooper's Hardware Store. 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. Cultivator Baragins—Genuine Brown cultivators we are closing out at $50.00. This is one of the best riding cultivators on the market. Cooper’s ^Hardware Store^ James W. Bryant a good farmer of Monroe township, was in town on business Saturday. He fell while helping to tTJof^aJiQuae Saturday morning and is limping as a resultT''"''^--- “Where did you get that wounded band” asks the pretty.French girl. “I was leaning against a barrage when it lifted, and 1 over-balanced and fell,” answered Doughboy Charlie Chaplin in 'Shoulder Arms.” Coming to the Star Theatre, Friday, April 26tb. Dr. L; R. Miller has moved his office from the building back of Coo|>er’8 store where he has been for several yehrs to the second story of the new Thiry building on Center street over Fowler’s jewelry store. In the new location he has a suit of rooms very nicely arranged for an office. Frank Chesser and wife have moved into the place where Dr. Miller’s office was. Mrs. Emma F. Willis, wife of Thomas J. Willis of Madiso^n township, flied Sunday night. She had an attack of flu several weeks ago from -which she had never been able to get over. She wae 33 years old and one of the most highly respected ladies of that community. The funeral service was held Tuesday forenoon at the family residence. Rev. Grover Krieg conducted the service. Burial was in the^ Willis cemetery. From the *following paragraph you may be able to fully comprehend what a billion really means. ^*If a railway train proceeding at the rate of a mile a minute had been at the dawn of the Christian era started its object being to run 1.000,000.000 miles without stop, Muld have been necessary for the train to circle the eartl» 40,000 times, and it would not have come to end of its Journey until nearly New Yearts eve. 1928, sixteen centuries after Christ was born. During its flight it would have seen the Savior Jive and die; Rome Mae, flourish *and decay; Britain discovered and vanquished by the Roman legions, and London and Paris built, , It would have proceeded on its Journey through the dark agés. It would have witnessed the birth of dSolumbus, the diseovery of America and 'Bad a couple of hundred years yet to continue.” Rugs at Cooper’s Hardware Store. For Sale—Ford ling. We truck. Walter Rob-' are slicing some large hams at Woodford’s. county Use aluminum ware and get it of us. Cooper’s Hardware Store. For Sale—A few bushels of flne' Yellow Dent seed corn. S. L. Reed. Iron beds, bed springs and a fol( line of furniture. Cooper’s Hardware Store. Hatching eggs from Régal Dorcas White Wyandottes. $1:00 per 15. E. L. Kerr. Car load of good corn will be in Saturday or first of the week. Winslow Mining Co. The famous Rexall remedies ^cannot be surpassed. A full line at Ev«-ett’s Rexall Store. We are in the ice business and tha price is right. Call George Cox for delivery. Klusmeier. Nick Tnickey and Charley Dougan of Spurgeon, were attending to business matters in Winslow Tuesday. Sam Heacock, superintemiant of the Pike county poor asylum, was looking after business in Winslow Saturday. Dr. Gordon Griffith and John M. Davis of ^urgeon. were in Winslow Monday attending to business and “Eventually” a “New Edison.” Why not now. Grover W. Sims. ' Watch Woodford’s window next for qiecial saving on brooms. J. C. Bass of Arthur, was mingling ^itii friends in town Saturday You still have a chance to buy notches at 5q per box at Woodford’s. • If you need to dye Woodford has Potman’s fadeless in the color you desire at 10c per package. Take your eggs to Woodford’s and »St the market price and be sure to get your Mallard coffee. Before you buy life insurance investigate the merits of the Metropolitan. George E. Brewster, Agent. For Sale—Good 7 years old horse; good worker; weigh about 1150 pounds EL P. Richardson, Jr. For Sale or Trade—2 yearling mare cplte. Will exchange for good work hhrse. Tillman Keith.    ^ For Sale or Trade—Coming 2 years mule. Will trade on good, sound, #brk horse. C. C. Reed. attending to mingling with friends. For Sale or Trade—Will sell sorrel driving mare comfngfive years old or will trade for large work horse. ’Phone 195-2Í. Ge<M-ge Poehlein. The best mowing machine on the market is on display at my simp. Price is $75 00. Come and see it before you buy. F. E. Heuring. See how Charlie Chaplin gets even with the “cooties” in his latest million dollar picture, “Shoulder Arms.” Star Theatre, Friday, April 25th. -    ^    ^ Cyrus Ragle arrived home Saturday having been mustered out of service. Cyrus spent several months in France and saw many sights during his service John S. Green and Edgar Faries^^ prominent cjiizens.of Monroe towaeMp, were in Winslow Saturday mingliag with friends and attending to business matters. James McAllister and family of Mbnroe township, were trading and mangling with friends in Winslow Tues-d¿f.    ____ íhere is nothing more servicable than the right kind of a kitchen cabinet. Wo have the right kind. Cooper’s H^dware Store. pr. John H. Stork and Earl Maxey of Stendal, were attending to business matters in Winslow Monday. Earl opening a garage in Stendal. IS ‘Mr. aqdMrs. Ellis W. Keeton, prom-insl|)t people of the south-western part of j^e township were attending to business in Winslow Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Biyant and Mx. and Mrs. George A. Hurst were in Evaasville Monday. The gentlemen were intending the district meeting of Victaryloan workers. Qrow two stalks this year where one gr^w last year and do it by using Jo| Take those feet in,” commands the sergeant. “In where?” asks Doughboy Charlie Chaplin. And then the trouble begins in Shoulder Arms, his second million dollar picture. Star Theatre. Friday, April 25th. The Allen A. Wilkinson Lumber Co. is making some extensive' improvements in the lumber sheds near the station. This Company is doing ah immense lumber business under the effi cient management of Russeíl E. Wert. A card received from Onie Wilson by his father, S. G. Wilson Tuesday, announces that be has arrived in the atates from overseas. , Onie saw some lighting, being in the battle of September 29tb. He is expected home in a few days. An examination for graduation from the common branches will be held at the High School building in Winslow Saturday. All the pupils of the eighth grade in Patoka tdwnshib are expected to attend the examination. Work will start at eight o’clock. Ampng the war workers of this county W. H. Meinerding of Petersburg. has been one of the fellows constantly oiuthe job. People thought that to put the Victory Loan over would-be very hard job. Mr. Meinerding was asked to raise $100.00 for advertising the loan in Petersburg. In a few liours he had the money, fhis is the way the loan will go over. If every ope who has a place in the loan organization will get right down to the work it will go over with a whoop. “Oh where is my wandering boy tonight?” has been sung thousands of times with wonderful tenderness and pathos, but how many of the singers^ or hearers, ever gave heed to the per- are frequently pilblished showing the great majority of our boys spending their nights away from the better influences of home. As they grow into youth and early manhood they seem to grow into the world and wortdy way». If the singer’s plaintive question could 1^ answMed publicly in any ordinary meeting where the song la sung, ft would cause tremendous sensation, and many a heart would how^n sorrow'and pain. For some reason it is just as ^sll that the nightly haunts of “the boys” are not specificsliy mentionsé in local public mdetings, and ^et tbs matter Is ons of common reportT Ths boys srs too often out of boips, but of ths church and Sunday school, out of organisations of moral eharsetsr, and into ths ^orld “for all It is ial fertilizer. I have a car of celebrated Bowker brand. Now is .to plan for spring planting. - mortgage on any of •your nsa^ estate and expect to take advantage of the exemption law now is the time lb attend tb it. The time will soon be up. Get the papers properly prepared at this office. Rev. R. M. Capehart of Stewarts-ville, is here -mingling with old friends and visiting with relatives in the county. Rev. Capehart was pastor of the M. E. church for a number of years and has a large circle of friends here. For Rent—My house, barn good, large truck patches, good orchard located.2 miles north of Stendal on Velpen road. Will bent reasonably to right party. For information address Howard Carlisle, Westboro. Mo., R. I^. “What do you mean?” demandsyihe irate lieutenant Doughboy Cl^rlie Chaplin as he stands, firing his rifle at the enemy,' his face turned to tl^ rear. “I hate him so I can’t look ^ him,” answered Charlie. Star Theátre. Pri. day, April g5th. Wanted—Carpenters, cabinetmakers, boat builders, joiners aná painters who understand high cfasfi finishing. Out plant is light and ^11 ventilated. Port jDlinton is locat^ on Lake Erie in the famous fruit sowing section, mid-way between Toledo and Cleveland on the main liny^f the New York Central railroad/ A good, inexpensive little town Swi which to live. Plenty of fishing, ^nting and boating. Attractive surntoer resorts near by. Steady work. Matthews Co., Port Clinton, Florence oil stoves at Cooper’s. Try Woodford’s vegetables. canned fruit and Get writing material of every kind at Everett’s Rexall Store. A full line of patent medicines of every kind is carried in stock at the Rexall Store. Fifteen minutes a day with the “New Edison” will change your whole life. Grover W. Sims. Sherwin Williams house Chi-Namel floor varnishes, brushes at Thiry’s Hardware paints, oils and Store. An almost new pair Buffalo center balance scales for sale. Call at the grocery department of Robling’s Store. We have just received the finest new line of iron beds ever shown in this section. Come and see them. Cooper, Hardware and Furniture. The “New Edison,” no needle 2 change. Only phonograph in the world that plays all make records, satisfactorily. Grover W. Sims. Cecil Coleman, a prominent yonug man of the southwestern part of this township, was attending to business matters in town Saturday. For Sale—Rose Comb White Wyan-dotte eggs from thorou^bred, large bone and heavy laying strain. Eggs $1.00 for fifteen. Mrs. F. D. Collins, Nice fat mackerel 20c at Woodford's. We have a nice stock of harness. Now is the time t» get ready for th« spring work. Cooper’s Hardware Store. The time and out is best paints paints and Harwdare Store. of year to paint up inside here. We have the very to be had both in house floor varnishes. Thiry‘s William F. Ringer of Newman, 111., is visiting relatives and old friends in the county this week Mr. Ringer was a resident of Winslow for many years and had many friends who are always glad to see him. Stendal Exchange. If you have not seen our line of new rugs you have missed something. Some of the preUiest room size pat terns you have ever seen. Insj^ct them any day. Cooper’s Hardware Store. R. Lee Houchin, Dello Thurman and Burley Hunley of this community are in Kansas City, Mo., where they are taking a course of instructions in an automobile school. They expect to follow automobile repairing when they have finished. A foot bathtub, a rat trap, a phonograph, a cabbage shredder, a drip pan and an egg beater are on Charlie Chap lin’s list of equipment needs when he prepares to battle the Huns in his second miHion dollar picture, “Shoulder Arms ” Stir Theatre, Friday, April 25th.    V/ farm rési I -u ■    ^    fin® en^3^" Yaarc R. Lett north east of Petersburg Tuesday morning and set fire to the house consuming it. The house was a two-story frame house and was occupied by Adam Weaver. Mr. Lett formerly lived there but lives in Petersburg now. Only a part of the household goods were saved. The loss is a heavy one, partially covered by insurance. Pike county’s quota in the Victory an is $230,650. Our quota in the 'ourth Loan was $292,000. Thare as sold in. the Fourth $333,000. 2,169 pie bought bonds in the Fourth and our per cent, ^as 114. The quota this time is much smaller and will likely be sold to less people. Yet most people feel like finishing the job so well star$-ed. The new bonds draw 4J per cenL where the Fourth draw only 4i Then new bonds are free from all normal t^xes and run only for four years. W 'oi [*he Fifth or Victory loan drive will open next Monday. The following perrons have been sélected to carry on the asork in Pike county ; G. A. Hurst, County Cba^raan; Chairman Bankers’ Division, R. M. Gri^; Sales Manager, Herman Bryanj; Ch^rman Speaketa’ Division. S. £. Dillin; Chairman Pub- tinsnt inquiry of thé song? Statistics 1icity, A. J. Heuring; Woman’s Divis ion, Mrs. S. Thompson. Moat of these people have been identified with every other loan* in which Pike county has msdl such wonderful records. The township cbainnsn are as follows: Jefferson, Dr. U. O. Poth; Washington, W. D. Curll; Clay, Luther Gowsn; Madison, Barry Malott: Logan, Earnest Wilson; Patoka. John Hogan; Monros, JohiT W. Scales; Lockhart, Herbert Harmeyer.; Marion, Garfield Chambers. Township meetings wilt be held in ail the townships next week. These oflfleera who nre serving without nMmy and without price ask the cooperation of svsry citizen of the o^nty. The l^ys are not all back yet Slid we do not want Pike county te fell éemn eCter having niiade eneh e fine *^reea»d in eveiy waraetivitrharatoftee. llie Brenton of Velpen and Velva Roe were married at the home of the bride’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roe in Winslow Thursday evening. The ceremony was performed by ’Squire John A. Stephens. After the ceremony a big wedding supper was spread of w'bich the guests partook with a great deal of pleasure. They have gone to housekeeping in the home the groom bad already prepared. The Dispatch joins their many friends in extending best wishes for a happy and successful married life. The Fifth or Victory loan, the last of such aflfairs, oi>ena next Monday. The advertising campaign has already started. The bonds will mature in four years and will draw 4f per cent, interest. The bonds will be exempt from all state and local tax and from income tax. The Pike county organization was slow in getting whipped into shape but a strong effort is to be made to pot us over m this Victory Loan as we have failed in no war'work yet. While the war #aa on and the Hon menacing our very existence we were ready to meet any demand made upon us. We said to the man that we did not care what it cost to win the war ws bad the money. We repeatddly said" that we were willing that the government should spend any amount of money but be as saving as possible of the boys. This was dons on every hand. We still have a million boys in France and GsrmMy. Tb«g most be fed, clotlMd. paid apd returned. The btms went Into the job with tbelr very mos and did iKit hultate for ono minute. They stood between us-and datqEsr. Are wé going to fall davm on the job now be-fora 4fisy all gat    Pike    aaoatgr la H»1 help I» put It ovbñ, A family reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. !9Sephen Cooper of Monroe township Sunday. There are six of the Cooper children. Only four of them are married but all were hoine Sunday. John, Patrick and Wright are the married boys. Mrs. Dock Stewart, one of their daughters, lives at Francisco. The other. Merle, still lives at home. There were present the eight grandchildren. Turkey and chicken were served and a big timo enjoyed all day# This was the first time they had all been together for five years. Good crowds have been attending the sale put on by the Snyder Department Store last Friday. People have beon coming for many miles to take advantage of the bargains advertised in last week’s Dispatch. The sale is still on and will continue until next Tuesday. The store is giving the bargains advertised and people are well pleased with the bargains they are getting. Next Tuesday is the last day of the sale but from indications now there will be little of the stock left by that time. If you want to take advantage of the bargains advertised you had better go before the sale closes. Clarence Bell and Miss Opal Ridge were married Saturday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage in Petersburg, the Rev. Golden A. Smith performing the-cereinony. They are popular young people who are well known here. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James 8. Ridge who recently moved from Marion township to the S. W. Little farm near Blackburn where Bfr. Rtffge ■'Is superltítéfident of the farming interesta of the coal company. She is a popular and talented young lady. Mr. Bell is employed at No. 7 Ayrshire mines. Only recently be returned from army service after serving several months. They will go to house keeping here. The Dispatch extends best wishes for a happy and prosperous life.    \/ Ingle iPeek. A surprise birthday dinner was given Herman Bryant at his home on the' farm Thursday evening of last The dinner was arranged by Mrs. Bryant, invitations being sent to friends a week previous. The occasion was Mr. Bryant’s 46th birthday. With the help of Mr. Charles J._ Reinen Mrs. Bryant succeeded in getting him away to a sale for the day. Before he arriyed'home the bouse was crowded witJa the guests of the evening. On his arrival home the lights were turned out and he found himselLsurrounded by friends on bis entrance to tbe bouse. He was agreeably surprised and plainly displayed it. . A chicken dinner was. served the guests in the large dairy barn across the road from the house. The place was tastily decorated. A large table was erected through tbe center of the main aisle. The dinner was splendid, ¿losing with pink ice cream and cake. Mr. Bryant was seated in the center, near him being tbe birthday cake with 46 candles. He received many lovely presents, among which was a large rocking chair given by a number of his local friends. Tbe evening was an enjoyable one to all present, closing near the midnight boar with all extending best wishes for many more such pleasant occasions. Present were Bernard Craig and wife and Dr. O. U. Poth and wife of Otwell, J. B. VanNada and wife. W. J. Harria* and wife, iV. A. Radcliff and wife. W. D Crow and .wife, Mrs. McC. Stoops, Mra. Sylvester Tho/npron, Ferrf" P. Veeck and Wayne Bryan of Petersburg and ths following local people: C. J. Reiners and wife, G. A. Hurst and wife. Jamas Way and wife, Lee Dear-ing and wife, O. W. Benton and wife, W. J. Cooper and wife. A. J. Heuring and wife. Prof. and Mrs. dohnaon. Dr. and Mrs. G. B. DeTar, W. A. Carter and wife. Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Millar, Marse Robling md wife, Lon^WiHism» Slid, wife, Elmer Wilbelm and wife, U. S. Curtis and wife, W.,T; Woodford and/wife Lon Jones and,wife, Sam Shm# and wife, Will MoGord sod wife. Was SpHlman    and    wife,    B:    Hkka and wife, A.    D.,    Coombs    and    vrife» Walter Brewster «id wifa, Mra. It. I^mipanoe. Miss Riohy aiadys Burst,    ,<01- M MeOetd,    A.    m AslMar, ClstHu    mtllti. iM and Ctarsnce MiHMki '^'

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