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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Winslow, Indiana THE WINSLOW DISPATCH. WINSLOW. INDIANA. Paint that Barn ^"a®; RííMT Open tKe can stir and use No other directions nee .na    Co.e ready prepared for every purpose. and dry with a hard, weather-resisting surface -just fo; patoprotection for your hou.o, barn or roof—a durable paint for every purpose. Red Spot finishes are finestknown for interiorwood work and hard or soft wood floors. Their low cost and long life make them, in our opinion,the cheapest and best paints and finishes ever made. Como in and let ua «how you sample finishes. We have painting W. j. COOPER MaKe Your Hogs Pay Better By Feeding TKem HOG TONE The liquid Tonic and conditioner. It is positively guaranteed or money refunded. Now is the time to get every additional ounce of hog flesh while the country needs the food so badly and the price is so high. "WarricK Ooleman f Winslow, Indiana. 2MÍ Liberty Loan meetings will be held in many places in Pike county next week. Monday evening a meeting will be held at the M. E. church in Spurgeon. Tuesday evening a meeting will be held at the Union church in Stendal. Wednesday a tank will visit Petersburg and a ^ meeting held in the afternoon. It is desired that people over the county attend these meetings, at least the ones nearest them. The bonds are going to be sold. People are volunteering to take the bonds but these meetings should have generous support by your presence. Some splendid speakers will be with us in these inectins^s. S- E* Dillin, manager of the speakers' bureau has secured the services of some splendid men it be pleasure to hear. will How Diphtheria is Contracted One often hears the expression, “My cliild caught a severe cold which has developed into diphtheria," when the truth was that the cold had simply left the little one particularly susceptible to the wandering diphtheria germ. .If your child has a cold when diphtheria is prevalent you should take him out of school and keep him off the street until fully recovered, as there is a handt-ed times more danger of his taking diphtheria when he has a cold. When Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is given it quickly cures the cold and lessens the danger of diphtheria or any other germ disease being contracted. t    PIKBVILLB*    ♦ ♦ ' *• Aunt Betty Davif is saritfusly ill. Cooil Smith visited John Ferguson Saturday. Dea Brown and wife visited Jim Brown Sunday. - Mrs. James Russell visited Browj^lew Davis Sunday. Mrs. Mary Ferguson is numbered with the sick.    * David Coleman made a businMs trip to Huntingburg Monday. ^ Susie Corn visited her sister, Mrs. Clarenoe Hollenberg Sunday. George Corn visited his parents, Fred Corn and wife Sunday. Downey Houchin ind family have moved on Howard Carlisle’s farm.' Several trom here attended the High School paly Friday night at Stendal. Millard Collins and wife and Arvil Spaw and wife visited Ben Beadles and wife Sunday. Ottis Bass and wife visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bass Sunday. Mrs Ophtt Schafer of Huntingburg visited her parents from Friday until Sunday. Jim Cook and wffe visited his parents, John Cook and wife of Augusta Monday. Charley Coleman and Arvist Houchin have received their discharges from the army. Henry Smith who has been employed at Petersburg is visiting home folks this week. Mrs. Beiva Corn Lawrence returned borne Sunday after visiting a week at Petersburg. Climer Ferguson and Clinter Coleman called on friends at Rock Creek. Friday night. Frank Ely and wife and David Corn of Petersburg visited Dr. N. Corn and family Sunday. Mrs. Sissie Richardson has received word that her son Lemuel has arrived safely in the states. Gladys Ferguson and Bessie Spaw who are staying in Oakland City, visited home folks Sunday. Willie Collins and Tice Corn who are employed at No. 4 Ayrshire mines, visited home folks Saturday and Sun-day.    ===== t    AUGUSTA    4 Ott Bass has purchased the drug store of Nathaniel Tooley. Mrs. Eva Corn has been on the sick list the past several days. Several from here attended the commencement at Stendal Tuesday night. Bernice Teavault of Winlow visited her sister, Mrs. P. B McCord Friday. Will Richeson and wife and Clyde Richeson were in Oakland City Monday shopping. Hilbert Tooley and Armon Corn left Wednesday for Owensville where they have employment. H. H. Sakai and wife visited Thad Potter and family of Muren Saturday night and Sunday. Wm. Sloan and wife returned to Vincennes Sunday after an extended visit with his parents here. Sherman Thomas, ^wife and son Granis and Ross Norrick visited Wilburn Norrick and family near Owensville Sunday. Mrs. Emma Chandler of Petersburg was in town Tuesday and Wednesday visiting friends and attending, to business matters. Dymple and Marie Scales, Oma Curtis Belva Lawrence, P. B. McCord and wife Will Collins and Edd Schlotman visited Charles Redman and family near Arthur Sunday. N<9. 369 CORSETS ifSi Uo □L Have attained their unquestioned superiority by assisting nature to perfect expression. Every “College Girfl’ corset is hygienically correct. It gives support -to the abdominal and back muscles. A woman corseted with a “College Girl’ ’ will have the undeniable beauty of health and that grace of body, standing, sitting or walking which is best expressed in the one word—Style. NEW THINGS FOR MEN Straw Hats, Ti©s,^oft Hats, Shirts, Hoso and Underwear. Come to This Store for Ser vice. Style and Quality. INGLE SUPPLY CO. Winslow, Indiana. 4*    * •* 4.    STENDAL    4 4-    4 4>4..{.‘44-4*44>4h4*444'4’4 Minuard Scales is very ill. - Climer and Guliford Kettler were home Sunday. Alma Henke visited August Henke and family Monday. Wm. Corn and wife will move to their home in Augusta. Dr. Stork and wife were in Huntingburg the first of the week. J. S. Barrett and Rufus Bass were in Petersburg on business Monday. Mary Teavault and daughter Gladys visited Harry Troyer and wife Sunday. Esther Richardson of Winslow was the guest of Normel Henke Tuesday night. Jess and O. H. Kemper leave today for Nebraska where they have employment. „ Minuard Beadles is nome from France w^íé|;e he was in active service for some time. Richard and Henry Teavault attended the Mail Carrier’s meeting at Winslow Sunday. The play given by the high school Friday night was a success and a large crowd was present.    ^ Willie Bauermeister and family of Mackey visited his parents, Otto Bauermeister end wife Sunday. George Henke was all smiles Monday. The stork stopped at his home Sunday and left a fine baby girl. The baccalaureate sermon was delivered here Sunday nigth by Rev. McWilliams of Huntingburg and was well attended. Bristow’s-^ The Popular Restaurant All the Palatable Soft Drinks at our Sanitary Fountain. Leading Brands of Cigars, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Fruits, Candy and Chewing Gum, TKe Best Place to L\incK, The Best Ice Cream when Ice Cream is Seasonable r. M. Bristow Hugo Harmeyer who has been in France and badly crippled is home for a few days furlough with his parents His wife and aon accompanied him. The commengement was held last night at the Union church and the building was not large enough to accommodate all the people. The lecture given by Rev. Stone of Oakland City was highly appreciated by all present. How Is Your Complexion A woman should grow more beautiful as she grows older and she will with due regard to baths, diet and exercise, and by keeping her liver and bowels in good working order. If you are haggard and yellow, your eyes losing their lustre and whites becoming yellowish, your flesh flabby, it may be due to indigestion or to a sluggish liver. Chamberlain’s Tablets correct these disorders. A new book of 300 pages on the Trees of Indiana has just been issued by the Department of Conservation. It contains a scientific description and a full page illustration of each of the native trees of Indiana. The qualities and uses of the wood are given, and the value of each species for shade and for forest planting is discussed. This is a book that should be in the hands of every woodlot owner and of every one who is interested in our native trees. It is especially recommended for teachers. It will enable them to teach their pupila to know our native trees. Any teacher can have as many copies as he can use to advantage m his school work. This book is free for the asking, but since the supply is limited, if a copy be desired, application should be made at once. Send your order to the Department of Conservation. Office of State Foresfer, Indianapolis, Ind.    • THE UN-ivERSAI. CAR ' Automoibile Supplies and Service Mr. Car Owner, we want your accessory business and to grt tha^ you cad get "So"-One"|n¡l Tfa^Chatol’^E^to Taü^ghte Tool Boxes, Jacks, WrenS^., and otherTooIs. ’ rPNlTlNE FORD PARTS are absolutely necessary to tiie ownw that he may get fun service from    «ri^bustaess tíme every machine wRl iMistOT you using^^    •    ^    jjechanics    and the • are at the Car Owner’s Service.    '    4.    • GRIP SUREON ALL ROA^-M^t Diamond Field. United States Cham Tread and Bacme Horse Shoe Tires. SPECIAL -2-30x3 United States Tires, snichth tread; 2-30x3^1 roughtread United, States Tires, the complete set $65.00,    ,THE WIcCORD GARAGEPlay Safe! Always Look toThis Store as Your Trading PlaceYou are always safe when you do your trading here. For forty years this store has been the leader ia this comnmmty. It has al-ways hewn to á line of quality goods and honest dealings. We Are The Leading DRY GOODS Store of Pike County.Everything that’s best in Dry Goods and Notions is    she^es. The Women who do their own ^sewing know to come here first.Ládies’ Wearing Apparel No matter what a l.ady wants in wearing apparel she will find it here in the correct style, size and price.Men Trade HereBecause we have what they vrant in Clothes, Hats, Shirts, Shoes. Underwear, Hose, Ties, CoHars, Etc. ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE. Cl -

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