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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Winslow, Indiana The Dispatch. VOLUME 22 WINSLOW. PIKE COUNTY, INOIANA. WlDAY MORNING. APRIL 25. 1919 NUMBER 7 Castor oil at Everett’s. We deliver ice Klusmeier. Garden seeds at Robling’s. For Sale or Trade—Young D. Arnold. __ mule. J. “Silver Dale” apricots, per can 30c^ at Robling’s.__ Our jcold tablets are guaranteed. Everett’s Rexall Store. See Woodford for seed corn. Dispatch office for Notary work. Rolled oats, 5c per pound at Robling’s. _:_ Children’s hose for Wisdom’s. 15c and 25c at For Sale—Lot 83 in Lobbey addition to Winslow. Price Newton. We have a cough remedy for every cough. Everett’s Rexall Store. Mrs. Abe Mosby and children of Princeton, visited friends in Winslow. left. A few seed sweet Nancy Hall and Moody ,potatoes at Woodford’s. Rug beaters, wall cleaner, bon-ami, o-cedar oil and o cedar mops at Wisdom's. ___ The Rexall and every other kind of the finest toilet articles at Everett’s Rexall Store^__ Edward Scalfes and family of Petersburg, spent Sunday with relatives and friends in Winslow. White FKer, 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 ’rotmd. Everett’s Rexiill Store. 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 Wick ware. Marshal Wilder and family spent Saturday and Sunday visiting with relatives and friends in Evansville. Don’t miss him in his second million dollar picture, “Shoulder Arms.” Star Theatre, Friday. April 25th.    ^ The stork slopped with Mr. and Mrs. Con^d Myers Friday and left a big boy.*" They call him James Loral. 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. Sixty-three took the examination for graduation faom the eighth grade at the high sihool building in Winslow Saturday.__ Are you reading “Confessions of a War Bride,” or “The Promoters Wife,” in the Evansville -Courier? Women weep when they miss it. Mrs. Emma Eller of Terre Haute visited at the' home of Mrs. Mary Kinder, south of town last week, returning to her home Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Wood of Ft. Branch, were here ^Saturday and Sunday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Nelson and meeting old friends.   - For Sale—4 stands of bees and 4 new patent gums with sash frames. Will sell at a bargain if sold before they begin to swarm Frank Wiggs. We have two Osborne mowing machines we desire to close out and to move them haye reduced the price to $70.00 cash Cooper's Hardware Store. Clyde Montgomery has been mustered out of service and returned h^me last week. Clyde saw service in France and was gassed. He saw considerable of the war._ Coming—Charlie Chaplin in his second million dollar picture—“Shoulder Arms.” Three reels of'Charlie’s idea of how to kill the huns. Star Theatre, Friday, April 25th. John Chaille and H. M. Lett, the Chevrolet distributors for Pike county, « were in town on business Wednesday. They delivered a new Model 490 Chevrolet car to John Hogan. John Cherry of Elnora, was here Monday mingling with old friends and attending the Masonic Lodge óf In-strcution. John is an did Winslow resident with many friends who are always pleased to have him come back. Lieutenant Wallace Kemp is home, having been mustered out of service Lieutensnt Kemp was with the Third army of occupation. He left Goblenz, Germany on March 9th. He saw no little amount of the fighting and many miles of the country. He ia spending most of the time with h^rparents, Mr. end Mrs. Jones Kemp in Velpen. his father being in very poor health Lieutenaijt Kemp had two brothers in France during the fighting and had the good fortune to meet bis brother, Bert %    during the fighting. Bert was in the ^    Signal Corps and when he found him be was up to his eyes in work but was the same good natured boy he was at home. He did not meet with bis younger brother Virgil daring his stay laFnihce. For Sale—Good kitchen cabinet. Mrs. J. P. Vinyard. Morris Supreme pork and beans, 10c per can, at Robling’s. 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 Fords. Price right for quick sale. Everett Fet tinger. _ ' For Sale—3 registered Duroc Jersey male pigs. From 945 pound boar. $20 each. H. M. Fork. No use to suffer of a cold when you can get a cure with our cold tablets. Everett’s Rexall Store. Another shipment of seed potatoes expected before this goes to press at right prices at Woodford’s. William Fettinger, a good farmer of Washington township, was mingling with friends in Winslow Friday. See our gray granite stewera 15c Large blue and white stewers 50c Real savings at Woodford's, . J After nearly a year spent in service, Harry Ellison was mustered out last week and arrived home Friday night. “New Edison” records gn sale at Everett’s every payday, every Saturday evening and nite. Grover W. Sims. __ Dr. Miller accompanied Mrs. Gilbert McCord and baby to Louisville Wednesday to consult a specialist regarding the baby. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Spradley of Monroe township, were in Winslow trading and mingling with friends Saturday. W. H. Thompson and wife, prominent people of north-east of town, were trading and ‘mingling 'with friends in town Friday^_ When you need a dry cell battery for your car or telephone, get a Burgess— the.beat made. 40c at Thiry's Hardware Store^__ Pins, dress fasteners, black or tan shoe strings, pearl buttons, safety pins and at 5c per card, pair and package at Woodford’s Ruga at Cooper’s Hardware Store. Use aluniinum. ware and get it of ub. Cooper’s Hardware Store. Dr. F. W. Bethell, wife and son spent Sunday with relatives here. Iron beds, bed springs and a fdJl line of furniture. Cooper’s Hardware Store.____ , Hatching eggs from Regal Dorhas White Wyandottea. $1.00 per 16. E. L. Kerr. ___ The famous Rexall remedies cannet be surpassed. A fuU line at Everett’s Rexall Store.___ We are in the ice business and the price is right. Call George Cox for de livery. Klusmeier.- Mrs. Minda Usery and grand son Adolph Chandler who have been «pending the winter in Arkansas, returned home last week.__, John R. McClure, a splendid farmer and first-class citizen of Lockhart township, was attending to business matters in Winslow Monday. For Sale or Trade—Will sell sorrel driving mare coming five years old or will trade for large work horse. 'Phone 195-2J. George Poehlein. The best mowing machine on the fnarket is on display at my shop. 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 or dye at Woodford’s. Eventually” a ‘.‘New Edisofh.” ivnow. Grover W. Sims. and >r Sale—3 Winslow. room house Sallie Bee. Why good ly your cups and saucers for $1.39 '^^plates for $1 00 at Wisdom’s. )st-34x4 Ü. S. auto tiro on Buick Finder roturn to Dispatch office. [rs August Merkle of Indianapolis, fhere visiting' relatives and old ids.____ ifore you buy life insurance Ihves-ite the merits of the Metropoiltan. iirge E- Brewster, Agent. )r Sale or Trade—3 yearling mare ts Will exchange for good work Tillman Keith. Por Sale or ’Frade-Coming 2 years linale. Will trade on good, sound, horse. C. C. Reed. Florence oil stoves at Cooper’s. Get writing material of^ every kind at Everett's Rexall Btdl’e. 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. paints, oils and Store. Sherwin Williams house Chi-Namel floor varnishes, brushes at Thiry’s Hardware Lee Ora Wilkey, a splendid young man of the south-western part of the township, was looking after business matters in Winslow Friday. dollar picture, “Shoulder Arms.” Star Theatre, Friday, April 25th. For Rent—Good place to live, 3 room bouse, good barn, truck patches and all kinds of fruit. 2f miles from Winslow near mines S. L. Reed. For Sale—Full blood Jersey t;ow 3 years old and heifer calf. Good milker and dispotion, dehorned. If you want a real good cow see her. W. T. Woodford.  _ Mrs. Walter Shiver, Worthy Matron and Miis Eva Ellison, Associate Matron, are in Indianapolis this wéek representing Winslow Chapter Order Eastern Star in the Grand Chapter. Mrs. Cannie Conrad of jCaUfomia, is here visiting her daughter, STto." Vessie Willis. She enjoys telling of the beauties of California and makes one long to visit that wonderful colímate.. __ A. J. Tussey has opened a blacksmith shop in Velpen and is making a splendid start. Velpen has been without a blacksmith for some time. Mr. Tussey is doing good work and solicits the patronage of the people adjacent to the town. ^_ the i^ nothing more servicable the right kind of a kitchen cabi-We have the right kind. Cooper’s Iware Store. nFor Sale-Good 7 years old horse; worker; weigh about 1150 pounds. Wll take good cow in the trade. E. P; Richardson, Jr. - — --- “^lÉough Lumber—I am prepared to ly rough lumber. Have most any lihg in wide inch, 1x4 and 2x4. Good siock. W. H. Luttfull. ' vGrow two stalks this year where one grew last year and do it by using c^mfiiercial fertilizer. 1 have a ear of celebrated Bowker brand. Now is jiime to plan for spring planting. J^o Hogam^_ Bough Lumber—I have a saw mill oAthe old fair ground site. Will saw a^thing wanted in rough lumber. Give me your order now so that I may b# able to fill it while the mill is run-njiug. Gilbert McCord. If you have a mortgage on any of y|^r real estate and expect to take 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. For Sale^Rose Comb White Wyandotte eggs from thbrougbbred, large bone and^ heavy laying strain. $i.00 for "fifteen. Mrs. Eggs F. D, Collins, Stendal Exchange. cpamn tint C( 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 StOTe. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Buecbelé'who have been making their home in Washington, D. C. returned last week to again take up their residence in Pike county. They are splendid young peo pie we are glad to have come back home.  _____ ' A foot* bathtub, a rat trap, a phonograph, a cabbage Guy Smith and family of Washington spent Sunday with relatives here. We have a nice stock of harness. Now is the time to get ready for th« spring work. Cooper’s Hardware Store. See Woodford’s window for bargains in house brooms, Friday and Saturday only, 49c each. Don’t miss this bargain. _ Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes of Petersburg, were here Friday visiting relatives and old friends. Mrs. Barnes remained for a few days’ visit. The time of year to paint up insida and out is here. We have the very best paints to be had both in house paints and floor varnishes. Thiry's Harwdare Store. “Take those feet, in,” commands ttíe 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. r     L._ ■    • Charley Dillon of Velpen, visited Dr. and Mrs. E. Dillon Friday and Saturday. He saw 18 months service in France and was in the fight. He was in the first detachment of U. §• troops land in France. He came Out with- Every farmer who expects to produce every grain of corn his laniL-will give forth should see our line of Cultivators. Cooper’s Hardware Store. Better not put off buying your cultivator too long. I have the beet one the market affords. You are invited to come and see it. P. 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^___ Hauling—I am prepared to do all kinds of hauling. No matter what the job I can take care of it. Also prepared to meet all demands for auto livery. Dan Tisdal. . “Where did'you get that wounded hand” asks the pretty French girl. ~“1 was leaning against a barrage when it lifted, and I over-bglanced and fell,” answered Doughboy Charlie Chaplin in “Shoulder Arms.” Coming to the Star Theatre, Friday, April 25th. Through an unavoidable error námes of Trustee and Mrs. C. W. Bee wei^e omitted from the list of guests at the Bryant home on the occasion of Mr. Bryant’s birthday. The error is one of those which occasionally creep in in the best of regulated families.^ The Patoka dredge case will come up for hearing in the Pike Circuit Court Monday, May 19th. This will be but a preliminary hearing at which time the time of the real trial will be*set. Judge Ward of Winchester will be here at this time and start Áe proceedings. It is "^freely predicted that this will be an immense trial thal will re quire many weeks to try. When our greatgrandmother's were girls, tomatoes were ^called “love apples,” and one or two plant» 'were gown in the garden or flower beds on account of their bright red fruits. No one thought of eating them, for they were considered poisonous. When after a time it was found that they were not poisonous pdbple began to eat them and they soon became one of the standard garden vegetables. of the exemption law now Ithe time to attend to it. The time soon be up. Get the papers prop-p:i^paced at this office. My -febíiíé, b«m good, large truck patches, good orchard located 2 miles north of Stendal on Velpen road. Will rent reasonably to right party. For information address Howard Carlisle, Westboro, Mo., R. D. 1.  _____ “What do you mean?” demands the Irate lieutenant Doughboy Charlie Chaplin as he stands, firing his rifle at the enemy, his face turned to the rea*. “I hate him so l can’t look at him,” answered Charlie. Star Theatre, Friday, April ^5tlv Complimentary to Mrs. Henry T. Lobbey the members of the Eastern Stsr Auxiliary held a meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dearing Friday afternoon. Mrs. Lobbey^ was presented with a silver spoon properly engraved. The afternoon was pleasantly spent by the ladies at the hospitable Bearing home._ ^ Roseoe Wilder, Leonard Richardson, Btanton "Abbott, John Riley and Lee Davis, Pike county boys of the Sfilst A track meet is to be staged in Pet ersburg Saturday between the Princeton, Winslow and Petersburg high schools. This affair was arranged some weeks ago. All the scholars of the local schools are preparing to attend. They are expecting the local athletes to bring home some of the honors. The County High School^ track associ ation will hold its annual meet in Petersburg Saturday a week.    ^ The April term of the Pike Circuit Court will cobvene next Monday morn ing. The following are the juries drawn Monday by the jury commission ers; Grand Jury—Finis English, Mon roe; S. P. Borders, Marion; Robert BeiuHes. Jr., Lockhart; Levi Wilder, Patoka; Edward Christmas, Logan Thomas E. Beazley, Clay. Petit Jury— James P. Gladlsh, Madison; Warner Crow and Oliver Brenton, Washington; James W. McCormack atwi E. J. Fowler. Jefferson:    Arthur    J.    Coleman. Monroe; Enos Miller, Marion; George W. Corn, ¿.ockhart; Warrick Ashby and F. C. Woolsey, Patoka; Jack Ma-lott, Logan; Corbett T. Willie, Clay. Contingent Jurors—Peyton Burkhart, Madison; Cherles Lemmon, Washington ; W. R. Bradllold, JefferMn ¡ James A. SliOFasdi Monioe. The Winslow Senior and Junior high school puplis gave a banquet in the domestic science room Friday evening to the basket ball team. The banquet was prepared by the domestic science girls. The entire school is proud of the basket ball team and the splendid record the Aoys made during the year and they wanted to show their appreciation. The affair was enjoyed by all* the young folks. Winslow’s Community Chautauqua will be held this summer the week be ginning Sunday, July 27th. Every af ternoop and evening will be occupied up to and including Thursdaj^ evening The first day starts with a splendid Sunday program in which community singing will be a feature. Every one who enjoys * singing ahould begin to make arrangements to attend the opening aeesion. Some of the best talent in the country will be seen on the program of this splendid chautauqua this season. Nothing that faas<come to Winslow in a long time has prodoeed better results than last year’s ebautau-Qua. From the list of entertainers and lectorers we feePsitre tíiat this yearV ebautauqua win ‘ fer out-clasa test year’s prognun. Now is tlto tlM Itr mM* the price of g eem haver landed safely and will be home in a few days. These boys all took part in the fighting in the *Meuse-Argonne operations « the war. The 361st lost 37 officers and 1.226 men. The Pike county boys were originally attached to the 84th division. They all made good as soldiers and the entire county; is proud that they are soon to get home. _____ Wanted—Carpenters, cabinetmakers, boat builders, joiners and painters who understand high class finishing. Our plant is light and well ventilated. Port Clinton is located on Lake Erie in the famous fruit growing section, ipid-way between Toledo and Cleveland on the main line of the' New York Central railroad. A good, itoexpenéive little town in which to live. Plenty uf fishing, hunting and hosting. Attractive summer resorts near by. Steady work. The Matthews Co..‘ Port Clinton, Ohio. _ - Lemuel t    at bis home in Otwell after a Mife illneas a rat trap, a shredder, a drip pan and an egg beater are on Charlie Chaplin’s list of equipment needs when he prepares to battle the Huns in his second million dollar picture. “Shoulder Arms.” Star Theatre, Friday. April 25th.    ,    •'_ Chicken' Notice—There is an ordinance against chickens running at large and annoying the neighbors in the incorporated town of Winslow» Much complaint luis ijeen brought people are not obeying the ordinance. Unless t^e order is obeyed prosecutions will be lodged against persons who allow their chickens to annoy their neighbors. John Wilder, Town Marshal.    ^__y/ Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Lobbey left Mdnday for Vincennes where they will make their future home. The Lobbeys have lived ¿here for many years and have many friends who regret their leaving Winslow. * They are splendid people who will be very much missed. Fot many years Mr. Lobbey was in business in Winslow. He made many friends during his career as a merchant.  _ . The Victory loan is going to be put over. Unless the people take the loan the banks will. If the banks must tie up their money in bonds they will have all the less to loan the business men and farmers. This will naturally make business "hedge and will be»hard on everybody. The people can take the loan if they will. Everyone can take at least a small bond and thus relieve the pressure. Let’s finish the job. The boys did not shirk even when their lives were in dangcf. Let’s not go back on them now but get in the game and finish ths job. __ j^t a scratch except being gassed. Rufus Beard died Sunday morning »t the home of his brother Dan Beard at the south end of town. Deceased had been sick for many months of tuberculosis. He was 33 years old and is survive by the widow and one child: The funeral service was held Tuesday forenoon at the residence. Burial was in Oak Hills cemetery. J. D. Grimes one of Pike county’s pioneer school teachers, was in Winslow on business Saturday. Mr. Grimes began teaching forty-six years ago and in the time ha,» missed but two years of service. He served one term as county superintendent of schools. For many years he was at the head of the Winslow schools and made a fine record.”^ _ A s'arprise party was given at the home of Mr.^ and Mrs. Fred Willis He had pneumonia early in the winter and seemed to get over the attack but could not gain sufficient strength. De ceased was a pioneer of Pike county, being 86. years old. He served two years In the civil war. a. mamber of Co. F, 10th Indiana cavalry. He wes the father of 16 children 9 of whom with the widow survive.’ He was twiee married, his first comlianion having passed away forty years ago. He was a roan who was widely known over the northern and eastern part of Pike eoun^. He was a good citisen and a man who commaiided tha raspeet of all who knew him. The funeral servica conducted Monday from the Lem-eburch. the aarviee being in ñbam of a Mpbaw. Bar. Kalsoof We are very thankful to our many friends and patrons who have given us such a nice business during our sale. We have given our patrons the best bargains it has been their pleasure to be offered and they have responded loyally. We have our buyer in the city this week and next week will have some splendid offering® for our patrons We know how to please our patrons and will havo some bargains for you in a few days that will meet wRh your i^proval. Watch the paper next week for our advertsement. We assure you tbis advertisement will be worth your trouble to hunt up. Snyder’s Depart ment Store.    _ a! chance is given for every .pupil 6| any school In Pike county to win German hélmet. We have ten of these helmets the Germans had stored áway for use when they should march into Paris. On the way to Paris they met the American doughboy who changed the plans. Tbe doughboy took charge of the new helmets the Germans into wear and have sent them Any boy tar girl who attended the pa*t winter whether in now or not may secure one of Write an essay on “Why My Should Buy A Victory Bond.” tended home. school school these. Father. Send it to A. J. Heuring, director of publicity. Before sending it your father must read it and write bis na^ en the back. To ^he ten baileea^* sitkma will go the belffist*.. This con-teet d<Mie May 6tb and we wwRt ..'•t' Thursday evening in honor of their son Vernon’s eixtegntji birthday. Those present were Rudolph, Ruth and Roby Ashby, Bernice and Charlotte Whitman, Delbert and Alice Newton, 'Aileen, Wendell and Arthur Ashby, Emory Tisdal and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Willis and family. Refreshments were served and all departed at a late hour wishing him many more happy birthdays. ^    ___ Do not send your deed to tbe recorder’s office without first seeing that sufficient revenue stamps are affixed. 50c revenue for every $500 or fraction thereof of value of the real estate transferred must be attached to the deed before, offering to the recorder for being placed on record. The recorder’» office has been to much trouble and inconvenience over the matter of revenue stamps. The recorder’s duty is to return any instrument requiring revenue on which the stamps have not been affixed. Notaries Public and justices of the peace who make out deeds are notified that they must see that all instruments coming through them are properly stamped before allowing them to be offered to the recorder. Something like a hundred visiting Masons were in.Winlsow Monday attending the Lodge of Instructions held with Winslow Lodge. They were here from Petersburg, Oakland City and Lynnville. The Masonic hall was packed to its capacity. Grand Instructor ( Graham was present. Each of the degrees were conferred by the Lodges * present. At seven o’clock a banquet was spread at the Odd Fellows dining hall. It was such a banquet as the ladies of the Masonic fraternity can set and was highly complimented on every hand by the visitors. It was midnight, before the sesaion ended with all expressing themselves as highly pleased with the entertainment given by the local lodge. ——7—--- Tbe alarm of burglars given about midnight Sunday night caused no little' amount of excitefnent on the streets. Mr. and' Mrs. Edgar Bell heard the burglars first; They thought they were breaking into the Thlry hardware store. They telephoned A. W. Com. He in turn aroused Luther Hale and several others*^ and went to the scene of where the burglars ware thought to be breaking iju It proved to be but • loose awning being swayed by tíie wind against tbe awning shed in such a manner to sound as if the store was being entered by burglars. Those in the teiding party had a lot of fun after the excitement wee over. Luther Hale it being given credit for gathering up all the old pistole in the neighborhood. The etory ie that be had six whieb If ell had been able to explode atone time would not have killed a .lay bled. Be bad so many fire arme that ba baÉ |be.,a«prty »    «••«••Otttof    hlaelBbt    fwa» iU

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