Winslow Dispatch in Winslow, Indiana
3 Aug 1917

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3 Aug 1917

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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - August 3, 1917, Winslow, Indiana jTHE WINSLOW tHSPATCH.- WNSLOW. INDIANA. y' i Full Motor i Service Is this what you are getting from your car? If not, Why not? Most standard engines are built for est service, and will give it is they hoi^- have Intelligent Upkeep That is w’hat we give your entire car. We never patch—we cure the trouble, whether it be great or small. If your car is not giving satisfaction, don’t cuss the makers. Dis-cuss the matter with us. We’ll cure it for you. Ford Cars—Runabouts $345; Touring Car $360; Coupelet $505; Town Car $595; Sedan $645, all f. o. b. Detroit. M’CORD’SGARAGE in PIKE COUNTY LOYAL SONS CALLED TO STARS AND, STRIPES Exemption Board Sends Out Notices to Appear For Examination Next Tuesday—Names Herewith in the Order that They are Drawn^Pike County Must Raise U7 Men. Doing Good Few medicines have met with more favor or accomplished more good than Chamberlain's colic and diarrhoea remedy. John F. Jantzen. Delemny., Sask, says of it. "I have used Chamberlain’s colic and diarrhoea remedy myself and in my family and can recommend it as being an exceptionally fine preparation. ’ ’ Notice of Administration Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the 1 ij-vvalV    ^'L^    Z    Z    A.     .A.    _    __ Clerk of the Circuit Cdurt of Pike County, State of Indiana, administrator of the estate of William J. Abbott, late of Pike County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. GUS R. DORSEY, Administrator. July 16, 1917. H. W. Carpenter, Attorney. Good Bread Means Much Better Health WeU Bread has been aptly termed the “staff of life,'* made bread from pure flour is the natural diet of man. NO OTHER FOOD SO HEALTHFUL. NO OTHER SO SATISFYING. NO OTHER SO ECONOMICAL. Eat more bread—live longer—enjoy better health—save money. You will always find the best bread on the market here. THE MODEL BAKERY Pay Yo\ir Bills W^itH OHecKs and yo\i will never Have pay tHe second time. to Every check that you give has to be endorsed by the person receiving it before he can get the money and when the checks are returned to you, you have the best kind of a receipt and one that cannot be disputed. Your money is always safe when deposited in the bank and is as convenient to use as though you carried it with you. THe First National BanK Stop! LooHl! Listen! Yes,ywe have pull out on the porch. over, these hot nights. Metal Beds? them in some /Very nice patterns too. Also springs and mattresses and Sanitary Cots. We think we have the best on the market —the kind that won’t turn Just the thing to Time is Money—-Sois Cream Save Cream—Save Time MaKe Money Primrose Cream Separator The Prjze Winner for Efficiency Hardware Furnitvire and Implements Kays & Beardsley Co. Oakland City, Indiana. The Pike County exemption board completed the list of the names for the first call for this county under the selective conscription Wednesday. The first call contains 294 names. The notices for these to appear for the work of examination to begin next Tuesday. The following is the list of names of those ordered before the board on the first call and is official. 258 Charles Harbison, Petersburg 458 Raymond Morton, Winslow «54 Merrill Rhodes, Winslow ' 1095 Charles Black, Winslow 783 Bennie Jordan, Oakland City 1117 Leo Griggsby, Winslow 837 Miller Johnson, Winslow 337 Grant Steal, Petersburg 676 Kinder Loveless, Littles 275 Rentus Miley, Petersburg 509 Lee Coleman, Petersburg 1185 Truman Corn. Stendal 564 Russell Coomer, Hazelton 945 Charles M. Tomlinson, Littles 596 Hurley A. Boyles, Petersburg 1267 Hubert H. Sakel, Augusta 536 William Malott, Petersburg 548 Daniel M. Shawhan. Petersburg 126 Charles Fulcher, Algiers 1237 Daniel Davis, Winslow 784 Claude Julian, Spurgeon 755 Earl McKinney, Winslow 167 Roy Adams, Petersburg 1369 Harley Ridge, Velpen 616 Claude T. Loveless, Petersburg 373 Ottis Fettinger, Petersburg 1266 Ervia Russell, Winslow 775 Louis Doemer, Summerville 486 Raymond Willis, Petersburg 692 Walter West, Petersburg 600 Walter Bray, Petersburg 810 Charles Biggs. Winslow 507 Carl F Catt, Petersburg 309 Henry Fulcher, Petersburg 437 Ralph Fowler, Winslow L324 Jasper Nolan, Velpen 604 Lloyd E Catt, Petersburg 43 Harley Thomas, Otwell 1264 Leonard Richeson, Pikeville L066 Carl Myers, Winslow 924 George McKillip, Winslow 420 William Wheatley, Petersburg L014 James Thurman, Winslow l178 Spencer E. Barrett, Stendal 514 Estell C Engler, Petersburg 483 William Dawson, Petersburg .329 Austin Sumner, Velpen    ^ 16 Claude Evans, Otwell .045 Denver Curtis. Winslow .031 Hovey Beardsley, Winslow .331 John Vaughn, Velpen 487 Edmund Willis, Petersburg 282 Verner Coleman, Pikeville 323 Harry Nelson, Velpen 797 -Ortho Scales, Spurgeon 140 Elmer B Newkirk, Petersburg 236 August M Davis, Winslow 432 Rentus Dejournett, Petersburg 18 Curtis Hays, Velpen 652 Thomas W Miley. Petersburg 927 Warren Pouder, Glezen    ■ 739 Patrick H Cooper, Oakland City 601 Harley-Brown, Petersburg .322 William Nelson, Velpen 146 Alpha Newton, Winslow 103 William Board, Winslow 606 Jacob Catt, Petersburg 182 Lester Church, Petersburg 513 Ellet Dflley, Petersburf^ 46 Harley E Thorne. Winslow 020 Lee Wilkey, Winslow 099 Alonzo Basinger, Winslow 223 Charles Newkirk, Petersburg 117 William A Cox, Petersburg S02 Noah S Boyles, Petersburg 3^ Charles Limp, Petersburg 75 Ellis Hargrave. Otwell 772 Arthur J Coleman, Oakland City 721 Wililam A Slavens, Winslow 786 William L Jones, Lynnville 280 Frank Mount, Petersburg 292 Oliver Kays. Pikeville 172 Luther Fritz, Winslow 183 Roscoe Johnson, Winslow r57 Charles McGregor, Oakland City 166 Charles Church, Oakland City 168 Raymond Wood, Winslow 132 Donald Mason, Petersburg 179 Richard Hayes, Petertburg >42 John H Robling, Petersburg .94 Otto Elkins Petersburg lt4 Lawrence Blythe, Glezen > >52 Lonnie Thomas, Petersburg 100 Ira Beadles, Winslow 198 Earl Carr. Petersburg >75 Charles Hill, Petersburg 194 Virgil Miller. Pikeville 48 Scott Pirkle. Winslow 154 Clarence Rollenberg, Velpen 148 .1 Fred VanNade, Petersburg •82 John,Everett Johnson. Winslow '26 Rufus S Stephens, Winslow 15 Pearl Garrison, oiwell 05 Harry Hillman, Littles    r    ~ •88 Amil Otto Ragle, Winslow 88 John Hawkins. Huntlngharg 52 Lee Heathman, Winslow 55 Ottis Barrett. Petersburg 80 Thomas Johnson, Petersi>arg K)9 Qillie Barnes, Winslow 14 Cecil Davis. Winslow . ^ 45 William Huey, Littles 16- Henry J Miley, Petersburg 20 Courtney Sumner, Petersl!)urg 84 Ireland Abbott, Velpen RO James O'button, Feterdburg 74 Brets Rysemea, Union 31 -Herley J Norton, Otwell« 981 770 882 677 749 121Í 525 760 188 56 1276 792 5 350 54 870 549 1132 440 741 1054 1275 711 1022 841 638 1032 623 269 685 1141 1314 1016 335 493 1358 923 1305 341 1007 391 1366 353 970 63i^ 360 1217 571 488 704 72 356 112 1067 128 679 805 11 900 36SL 1287 1142 6 327 664 93 957 1112 345 1355 103 1221 1102 556 154 1281 51 717 1057 1256 1073 30 199 388 773 603 406 619 25 392 889 Richard Hume, Winslow August Burnett. Spurgeon Robert Crow, Winslow McClellan Loveless. Littles Gresham Grim, Oakland City Arthur Sickbert, Stendal James Hawking Petersburg John S Peed, Oakland City Joseph Church, Petersburg Curn Bowers. Otwell Herbert Corn, Pikeville Rufus Parker, Spurgeon Clarence E Chew, Otwell Chester Warner, Petersburg Quessie. Burns, Otwell William Whitehead, Winslow John Shawhan, Petersburg Joseph Littell, Winslow Willard Frost, Petersburg John Clifford, Oakland City* Elmer J Green, Winslow Louie McClure. Augusta Rufo P McClure, Winslow Russell Williams, Winslow Amel Leighty, Winslow Homer Foster, Littles Claude Beadles, Winslow ^oy Stewart, Petersburg Albert Matteson, Petersburg Harley Miller, Littles Bert Nelson. Winslow Owen Hollon. Winslow Chester Tucker. Winslow Thomas Masters, Petersburg Walter Beck. Petersburg ' Alonzo Lynch. Velpen Ottis McGillum, Littles Claude Com. Velpen Claude Smith, Petersburg Enos Russ, Winslow Hovey Loveless, Petersburg Leonidas Osgatharp, Velpen Aja Adams. Petersburg Emery Davis, Winslow Charles Falls, Littles Alonzo Beeman, Petersburg Ernest Solimán, Stendal Richard Grubb, Peetrsburg Ray Hobson, Petersburg Curtis Erwin, Stendal Byron Haskins, Otwell Prentice Beck, Petersburg Arley S Blair, Petersburg Lawrence H Norrick, Winslow Elvis A Hadlock, Algiers Everett Loveless. Littles Earl B Yager, Oakland City Vemie Eubanks, Otwell Bertis Harris, Glezen Floyd Burch, Petersburg Fred Hawkins, Huntingburg Claude Nelson. Winslow Emett Capehart, Otwell Blythe D Lamb, Petersburg Harley Zimmerman, Littles Andy Stephens, Otwell Basil Newitt Bass, Winslow John Fielden Conder, Winslow' Horace Wyatt, Petersburg Wallace L Kfmp, Velpen Walter Arnold, Petersburg Halleck Teavault, Stendal George Blacketor, Winslow Willie Williams, Petersburg James W. Toler, Winslow Charles Coleman, Pikeville Ulysses S. Abbott, OtwelL Louis Riddle, Oakland City Mike Horstmeyer, Winslow Fsaw Lucas, VS^nslow Gerald Pirkle, Winslow Harley O Meadors, Otwell Carl Fischer, Petersburg Orval Klipsch, Petersburg John M Conner, Spurgeon James E Catt, Petersburg Johpson Richardson,. Petersburg Walter J Gl^dish, Petersburg William H Mulkey,Otwell Joseph Malott, Petersburg Erwin R Dejarnett, Glezen 383 1166 588 856 705 1346 576 944 122 -642 939 222 906 1337 700 1250 1195 297 321 736 707 1002 1151 1101 368 974 320 950 926 Thurman King, Petersburg Roscoe Tooley, Winslow Oswald L Thompson, Littles Loral Shaw, Winslow Cleo C France, Oakland City Samuel S Davidson, Velpen Clate Harvey, Hazleton Hight A Tegemeyer, Winslow Leek Davis, Otwell Ray Hightower, Little William C Stephens, littles Ora E Mutch more, Petersburg William E Howard, Glezen Roscoe J Black, Velpen Dennis Coleman, Winslow Orvest Houchin, Pikeville Emil Hageiheyer, Stendal Arthur C Chandler, Petersburg Noble L Harris, Petersburg Emory V Couts, Oakland City Orion Harger, Oakland City James W Reed, Oakland City Lee Roy Reed, Winslow John Burns, Winslow Eamest^G Conrad, Petersburg Oliver W Hardin, Winslow Chauncy A Houchin, Petersburg Fred E Willis, Littles Jasper E Nance, Littles 1010 ' John Stinson, Winslow 919 William A Montgomery, Glezen I^gan G. Robling, Littles Sherman E Black, Velpen William Beadles, Winslow Oliver E Willis, Winslow John Northerner, Winslow Daniel Connor, Oakland City Alfred C Thompson, Winslow Arthur Barrett, Winslow Herbert H Hale, Stendal William Crow, Augusta Grover Miller, Madison, 111. Robert M Nelson, Winslow WilKam Gillie, Winslow Roy N Chamness, Algiers William A Mutchmore, Petersburg Reid Bruner, Petersburg John F Dawson, Winslow Eugene Caylor, Petersburg Press Morton, Winslow Emil J H Nuhring, Stendal James F Burns, Winslow Clarence V Selby, Petersburg Dennis Glezen, Petersburg Fred Ferguson. Pikeville James Stephens, Otwell Earl A, Dukate, Petersburg General Jos W Sanders, Winslow Frederick H T Egbert, Stendal J F Emil Butke, Stendal August Mason, Oakland City Charles C Harmon, Petersburg Harry Smith, Winslow Clarence E Whitehead, Otwell Ennis R Williams, Oakland City Fred O Arnold, Petersburg Ezra L Kerr, Winslow Tony B Dillon, Velpen Louis E Esmann, Stendal    < Ralph W Robling, Littles John A Bilderback, Petersburg Onis H XI3[iamness, Peter^wg-^p-'Fred Mallory, Petersburg Claude Ferguson, Pikeville Roy H Hawkins, Petersburg Ray Kinman, Glezen Roscoe Wilder, Winslow Henry H King, Petersburg Thomas Clyde McGlas8on,'Wlnslow Leonard Solimán, Stend&l William E Ruff, Petersburg Marion R KKpsch, Petersburg Virgil Kemp, Velpen Austin Wood, Otwell Tilman R Cross, Otwell ' ^ 656 1339 814 1175 1070 1167 1097 1191 1234 1.360 848 1118 121 221 292 822 504 1064 1205 1091 470 312 1284 90 191 477 1187 1179 753 130 858 168 1023 424 840 1347 1188 657 175 300 278 1240 524 911 1172 532 1139 1214 336 212 1357 49 8 Springs Sunday.    J    .    ^ Ralph Hall and wife visited the latter'® parents Mr. and Mrs. Harmon • Schlotman Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Minuard Scales visited Calvin Stilwell and family Sunday. Alice Weiiman visited home folks Sunday. Resolutions of Condolence Whereas it has pleased the Almighty to remove from our midst, by death, our esteemed Brother and co-laborer, LeGrande A. Tuttle, who has occupied a prominent rank in our midst, main* taining under all circumstances a character untarnished, and a reputation above reproach. Therefore Resolved, thstin the death of Mr. Tuttle, Winslow Chapter No. 391. O. E S., has sustained the loss of a brother whose fellowship it was an honor and pleasure to tinjoy; that we bear willing testimony to his many virtues, to his unquestioned probity and stainless life; that we offer to his bereaved wife and mourning friends, over whom sorrow has bung her sable mantle our heartfelt condolence, and pray that Infinite Goodness may bring speedy relief to their burdened hearts and inspire them with the consolations that Hope in futurity and Faith in God give even in the shadow of the tomb. Resolved that a copy of the resolutions be presented to Sister Tuttle, that a •copy be properly filed on the records of Winslow Chapter No. 391, O. E. S., and that the charter be draped for a period of 30 days. LEE BEARING ) EVA ELLISON f- Committee. MAGGIE SHIVER ) ♦    4» «• RURAL ROUTE 19.    ♦ *    4. Simon Reed and wife visited Vessie McGIasson and wife Sunday. Oscar Reed and family were the guests of Ike Coe and family Sunday. Mrs. James Luttrull visited her son, Claude Luttrull and family Sunday. Miss Wave McCord visited at ^he home of O. P. Agee Sunday. Irene Agee is visting her brother, Clyde Agee of Princeton this week. Fred Buechele and family were the Sunday guests of Dennis Coleman and family. W. A. Henager and family visited Thomas Henager and family of Sim-town Sunday. John McClure and son Rufo and Robert McClure visited Mrs Ellen Bennett and family Sunday Edward Pancake and wife visited Mrs. Aggie Cheatham of Spurgeon and 4 4    PIKEVILUB    4 4    ’    4. 44444444444444444444444444 Nicjj^ Colliqs and wife VisitedCharley Ferguson Sunday. Hiram Collins went to Louisville Monday to have his eyesM;reated. David Coleman made a business trip to Petersburg Tuesday.    ~    > Claade Ferguson returned home Monday from Djikota. Sladys, Mable, Mendene. Wendel and ■ Sbébly Ferguson visited Jim Cook Sun day. Frank Jdnes am} , wife visited his brother William Ojones df Sulphur Jerrell IMrkle and wife Alice Pirkle of Ayrshire visited Mrs. Jane McGIasson Monday. F. A. Myers and wife are the proud parents of a fine new boy who arrived in their home Wednesday the 25. Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas and Ben Wiggs of Winslow were the Sunday guests of Willard Ross and family. Mrs. Nola Bottoms and daughter Ruth and Mrs. Sylvester Woolsey and Mrs. Mollie Woolsey visited May Myers Monday. .Miss Daisy Woolsey returned home Sunday from Selvin where she has been spending a week with her uncle. Clay Barrett. Mrs. Kitty WaUier, Mrs. Mattie Gryder and Myz^e Richeson were pleasant callers ftt the home of Mrs. May Myers Sunday. Mr. and, Mrs. Sanford Walker and children and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Stephens were among the guests who enjoyed the birthday dinner given in honor of Mr. Stephens’ mother. Good mommi^l Have'you seen The Courier f Evansville’s best paper.

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