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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - December 12, 1919, Winslow, Indiana Dispatch DECEMBER 12, 1919 NUMBER 40 Castor oil Corn wanted Car load of bran. o.    __ Heaters of all kinds. Co. New line Everett’s. Blue Rose rice per Laughlin’s Grocery. We have a fall line of library tables. Goodloe Hdwe. Co._ Now for your new spring wall paper aee W. S. Brown & Co. Get your hunting license through us. Everett’s Rexall Store. Have you seen Wisdom’s beautiful toilet and shaving sets? Evaporated peaches, apricots and prunes at McLaughlin’s. “ WORLD phonograph 'presents Santa Claus still has his headquarters at Wisdom’s. ___ See our assortment of new guns. Everett’s Rexall Store. for Goodloe Hdwe. Co. Xroas The leading patent medicines found at Everett’s Rexall Store. small We have large rugs. Á new line of W. S. Brown & Co. are and Michigan hand picked beans 12|c per pound at McLaughlin’s. New line of dress goods for holiday trade. W. S. Brown & Co. Part of a house to rent in Bryant’s addition. See Roscoe Evans. Fine line of lap robes and horse blankets. Goodloe Hdwe. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durham prominent people of Monroe township, were trading and mingling with friends in Winslow Mondjay.__ The Independent basket ball team went to Huntingburg last Thursday Solite, the beat coal oil in the worlé. 25c per gallon at McLaughlin’s. Mr. and Mrs. James Kantz, promif: ent people of Monroe township, wer| in town Monday. Get that boy a new wagon for Ch mas and get it at Pirkle’s hardwai store. [r. and Mrs. Matthew Bolf twins, a boy and girl They Porn Saturdt have named Everett, polishes at gallon $1;40 at Moritz Reisenbeck, a good farmer and first-class citizen of Lockhart township, was attending to businesé matters in Winslow Friday. Why be content with 4i per cent interest on your money when you can Change it to a 10 per cent real estate investment in Winslow. See George Burch. ___ Cole combination heater and can be used in many places to Shells at Everett’s. them' Doris and Donald. and Mrs. M. J. Kemp and daughter Margaret spent Tuesday in Evansville. Buy flour now while the price Is right and buy “Snow Flake.’’ Winslow Milling Co._ —- Dr. Green’s improved sarsaparilla. guaranteed for rheumatism. Rexall Store. Everett’a W. T. Mason, a good farmer of Monroe township, has moved to Spurgeon for the winter.__j_ A Urge shipment of Schumaker feed for horses, cattle, hogs and chickens. Try it. Winslow Milling Co. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simmons of near Littles, were in Winslow Thursday, trading and mingling with friends. All votes for Majestic Range contest being held must be in by Saturday night of each week. Goodloe Hdwe. Co. Nicholas Collins, one or L5<k|MU5% township’s leading citizens, was at-tendiag to business in Winslow Mon- day^    -- Leaf evening and defeated the Independent team of that city. For Sale—Three gas heaters. One is an extra nice paflor heater and pipe with it. Call at Mrs. Carrie Agee. 316 N. Main, Oakland City, Ind. Do your Christmas shopping early, you’ll save yourself from getting surly Do your Chrfatmas shopping late, you’ll lose your temper, sure as fate, Dewey Morton, 19 years old. son of Wash Morton, north-east of town, joined the navy last week. He went to the Eavnsville recruiting station to en list.    ___ The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hays, north east of town Saturday and left a girl with them. They have named her Edyth Bernice,    ■ Louis G. G. Craig and wife of Jeffersop township returned last week from North Dakota where they visit¿4 ^ daughter.___  ! William W. Survant a prominent ci izen of Velpen, was in town Monda looking after business matters greeting his many friends. For Sale—22 acres, 4 foom housa, stable, plenty water; a good house the Line road in Patoka townshiii. $900.00 cash. Frank Simmons.    ¡ Mrs. William Richardson of Marion township, is very poorly. She ie suffering of cancer and has been for some months. She ^as visited some specialists but so far has failed to get relief. jury in the Goodrid will case occupied almost a week of the The range advantage. See it if you have a dining room and kitchen combined. Pirkle’s Hardware Store._ Elder Haste, pastor of the Church of God, will fill his regular appointment at that church Saturday evening, Sunr day and Sunday evening. The public invitad to all the services. Bargain in* Used Cars—1919 Ford touring car with starter, 1917 Ford touring car, 1919 Ford truck, 1918 Ford touring car. Almost new 1918 Ford touring car. Clarence Bell, at M<jCord G«rage. ___ Guns . to rent. Everett’s Rexall Store. For traveling bags and suit cases see our line. W. S. Brown & Co. Buy a useful piece of furniture for a Xmas present. Goodioe Hdwe. Co. Miss Vivian Collins of Evansville, was here last week the guest of Miss 'Ailine Qladish.__ Auto Livery—Am back into the auto livery business. Go any place any time. Call Telephone 28. Addis Fet- tinger. _» . - Gerald Pirkle of Taylorville, 111., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gedrge Pirkle this week' Gerald is doing well which is good news to his many friends here where he is a native. The farmers of Marion township are being organized. Next Saturday night they will meet |n Velpen and ha^e a big supper at the Odd Fellows hall when the organization will be completed. _ fine leaf tobacco for ^le. and a first class article. Stendal. ext«e Home grown Pleas Corn, Bar- For Sale—li tq¿ Maxwell truck. In good running oi^er having just been overhauled. The price is right. rowman’s Garage.___ Pens pencils, school tablets, ink, erasers and all kinds of paper and writing materials for school children at Everett’s Rexall Store. Mrs. Catherine Ross of Oakland City, is visiting T. J. Norrick and family of Augusta, and Ür. J. W. Hogan and family of this city the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pelt of Velpen, left last week for Pigeon a place on the Evansville brance of the Southern. They will cook for a crew of 26 men doing railroad work._ When the high cost of living is low-«red—and with so many people wishing for this condition, ,it is bound to be brought about-wkat reasons are we going to givefqr not increasing our church' subscription, or giving to the Orphans’ Fund? Even the high copt of living baa it bleasings.    ^ The remains of a six months old infant of Mr. and Mrs. Nelae Shockley of Huntingburg, were brought to Velpen last week for interment in the Odd Fellows cemetery there. The mother was Miss Jessie McCormick be-fore her marriage and is a native of Mrs. VV. C. Beadles of St. Louis Is visiting relatives and friends at V^elpen and^ther.points in the county t^his week. Foi many years Velpen was her home. ____ Winfield Nelson of Marion townsnip, suffeting of caneet. About a year ago he underwent an operation at a St. Louis hospital but the cancer came back in another place^ ^ • Wash Kinman, one of the good farmers of this community, lost a valuable horse one day last week. The horse choked on a cob. It was a $200 animal and one of those not picked up every ^ ^ Freda Way, 8 years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Way of near Ot-well. died last week. The funeral service was held Friday at BUrr Oak conducted by Rev. Pierson of the Otwell Methodist church. The which -    _ time of the PSke circuit court, failed to agree and were discharged. The easle will probably come to trial at the next term. The date following your name printed on your papér shows the time to which your subscription is paid. ^ taking an occasional glance at this, you will not run any risk of getting behind if you will pay up when the time shows you are due to pay. Our new stocy, “The Devil’s O^Wn, appears in this issue. Read the open ing chapters and you will want the balance of the story as it .will coiiM you from week to week. RandalllPar-, risft is one of The country and this story is hli fateat. Don’t fail to hunt up the opening chap-: ters in this issue. ;    ^ The ninth annual eom show given by the Petersburg merchants was held in that city Saturday All .kinds of fine corn and potatoes were on display and a large crowd attended. The prizes Rev. D. W. Noble of Chandler, was here Friday mingling for a few minutes with old friends. Rev. and Mrs. Noble have many friend» here who are glad to know they are doing well and are pleased with their new location. Don’t forgot that a year’s subscription to The Dispatch makes splendid Christmas present to an friend. It costs but $l 50 for the entire year. So small a sum of money cannot be made go as far on any other Christmas pres ent. were from gaining' in C. W. B. M. Day.—At the Christian church next Sunday lAorning. Special missionary sermon by Elder D. B Moore. This sermon will answer the question “Did any one ever receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit at the time of their conversion ’’ Preaching ser vico again at night. D. B* Moore. Garris Wiley, wife of Oltie Wiley died Sundsy morning early at their f    siofenege was a spiels^ I^ti^^Sorvlving Is the husband áH^Re chiOTíí The funeral service was ^Id MondSjr afternoon at Cup Creek church, conducted by Elder Ollie Kays. Burial was in the Cup Creek cenáíetery.__ The Star theatre started the greatest serial being run just now Saturday night. The title of the play is “The Greet Gamble.’’. It is full of “stunts’* that it seems Impossible for men and women to produce. But they do thorn. Lovers of high-class pictures should not miss this great serial. The Star is Adolph Chandler who is traveling in the south, spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives and old friends. Ho wsa looking well and received a hearty welcome daring his short stay at home. _;__ Coal—Good BcTeened coal delivered in town from the Hargrove mine at $8.20 per ton ; mine run $2.76 per ton. This is good coal. Now is the time to lay in your winter coal. Call telephone No. 74-2. John Northerner. Rev. Arthur Johnson, W. L. Bnriis John Bush, Ellis Homback and Charles H. Tisdal went to Indianapolis Monday to appear before the Federal court as witnesses in the strike case. .They were summoned Sunday by Deputy U S. Marshal Bender of Evansville. W. Everett will rent } ou a gun. Wiliiitm Boyd is the name of the new boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ed-rington of Hartwell Sunday. Mrs. George Pirkle is very bad sick at their home in Ayrsl^e. She was reported some better jlesterday. If you want to be sure to keep warm this winter and do it for less money, come in and see the Cole hot blast heater. Gives you all the heat units right in the room and does not let them go out the chimney. Pirkle's Hardware Store.  __ Charles P. Fettinger is in Indian-*’^ apolis this week attending the meeting of the operators and miners, he being the delegate from this district. He has already made two trips to Washington, D. C. and a number of trips to Indianapolm^^_ Winslow Lodge of Masons has elected the following officers to serve tt during the coming year: Abe Loeser, W. M.; Moody J. Kemp. S W.*; John Horstmeyer, J. W ; Alden J. Hearing, Secretary ; George A. Hurst, Treasurer; McCriillus Fork, S. D. ; Carl Har-meyer, J. D.; Price Newton, Tyler. Harry Smith, Ray Abbott, W, S. Burch, Jack Cash, John Layman, D. A. Gates, John Stockinger, Marion Black. George Henry, Charles Pollock, Clyde Young. Oat Wallace Charles Redman, Alf Taylor, Jack Cash and Chas. Woodford went -to Princeton Saturday evening to attend a big meef^an^it Encampment Odd Fellows. Several of the crowd were candidates in a class of than forty. Th«y report f big time. •7 $20 down. The show is interest every year and means much to the community and especially to the farmers taking part in the show.  _:__ Delegate, from the varioiw f*’'”®"’ I    ,aa¡„g    the    beet    picture,    to organization locals met in Petersburg j _    ,    .    _     „;n    k..    «« this county. .3. J The remains of Hester Mattie John son were brought from Blckfiell to Peteraburg Wednesday and taken to the Baptist church where the funeral service was conducted after which bur-juj '^as made in Walnut Hills cemetery. The young lady was a dkughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Johnson, former residents of Petersburg where the deceased was born She was Ifi-years old and was a splendid young Isdy^ well known and loved in Petersburg. Ed. H. Dufendach, editor Af the Huritfegburg Independept, died Sunday about nine o’clock at his home in that city after having suffered a str^ W parklyMa u couple of weeks pra^Üs. R*'» Dufendach had been W. A. Barrowman, the Center street garage man, attended a meeting of Maxwell agents in Evansville Wednea day, the company making a banquet for the agents. A service man was present to instruct the men. Mr. Barrowman is the Maxwell agent in this territory. __ Winslow Lodge No. 258, Knights of Pythias, has elected the following officers to serve it during the coming term: O. P. Barnett.C. C.; Walter Farley, V. C. ; Lee Dearing. K. of R. and S.; Edward G. Richardson. Prelate; Virgil Smith. M. A.; J. D. Arnold.'M. of F.; Edward Heuring, M. of E.; Harvey McLaughlin. I. G.; Don Royalty. O. G.; A. T. Biggs, trustee. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.—Notice is hereby given that the firm of DeTar & Son, physicians and surgeons, *from and after December 10th, has mutually dissolved. Persons Saturday and discussed matters of interest to the farmers organization. Blake Lamb of Petersburg, is chair-man of the county organization of farmers which hopes to do much to- be found but this serial ysill be more than worth your time spent in seeing it With a grip in each hand a traveling man who talked too much and out of ward organizing the    farmers to control |    wrong sidetJf bis mouth, walked prices of farm products. The organ- out of Winslow Wednesday rooming ization is a worthy one which hopes to Ufter having been interviewed by a enlist every farmer in the county to|namber of citizens. The gentleman 1 blew into town early Wednesday mom- -1    ..    .    J    J    ini? and began to tell those with whom The coUl miners' strike is ended and 1«K    ^    ^    -------- work will be resumed at once, probab ly today. No coal will, be loaded in the mines here for a few days bnt the work of cleaning up preparatory to loading coal will be begun at once. The settlement came Wednesday at the Indianapolis meeting. The men go to work pending a final settlement by a commission to be apjminted by Presi- of the strike is good which is almost he csme in contact that the operators and coal miners should be placed on a flat boat and sunk. After hearing it repeated a -time or two a committee got together and gave him a lesson in citizenship that if he soon forgets he will not forget when ho again visits Winslow. He was advised to leave town at once on foot and he took their advice. This is a poor time to use a matter wholly a «Ml mioeIthat one know, little aboot. X.OUÍB D. Arnold, for many years a resident of Velpen, died ai his home in that city week before last. For some cause no one reported the death to this paper. Mr. Arnold was 62 years old and for thirty-five years Mr. Arnold was in business in Velpen. He was barber and photographer. He had many friends. He was twice married, two chidren surviving by his first marriage The children are Mrs. Edward Cham-ness and Carl Arnold. 'I’he funeral ser vice was held in Velpen, conducted by Rev. C. E. Barrett, Burial was in the Velpen Odd Fellows cemetery. While at work at the new McCord garage one day last weekT^'Frank C. Myers fell from a scaffold and onto a studding. He was serioualy injured, although at the time he did not seem to be much hurt. The next day it developed that he was badly hurt. He was taken at once to an Evansville hospital where he was operated on. Reports from his bedside are that be is getting along nicely and will soon be as well as ever. At the time he fell he was on a scafford assisting to hang the big door of the garage when the scaffold broke. He fell about five feet and onto a piece of timber. Ordinarily such a fall would not hurt one. Mr. Myers is one of our best citizens and has many friends who hope that he will soon get entirely over bis accident. _ .    \/ County Auditor Risley has completed the December apportionment to the various townships as follows:    Jeffer son. $9,144.07; Washington* $4,031.80; Madison, $1,954.47; Clay $2,890.71; Patoka, $7.436 85; Monroe. $2.072.74; Logan, $1,609.49; Lockhart $2,800.82* Marion. $2.073.72 ; Schqpl Town Petersburg $4,566.95; Town of Petersburg, ¿6,003.08; Winslow. $1,268.45. Many times the man who grows up in his native village is regarded as a boy by his elders until he is well started down the decilvi.., which ends in a hole. The stranger coming into a place may not be so honest or so up-riglit as the home boy, but he is move often pushed to the front, because the transition of the boy into a man has not been noticed by his everyday companions. This is the reaon why so ipany young men become dissatified Wth their surroundings and long to cast tkeir lot in other quarters. Now is the time to breed your sows for early spring pigs. Bring your sows Winslow Big Chief No. 2146. grand S CrtWf tnoBdéf tha 115.000 00 bog and Spotted Queen the $7100.00 dam . He was bred by Walter Dood, of Jasper Mo. He is a big one, spotted Poland China, is 5 per cent., white Big Bone, straight up on his feet, has good length, wide between the eyes and has all the marks a perfect hog requires* Sure is a beauty and in order to help get better hogs in Pike county, wo will charge only $3.00 for service, cash in advance. His home is at Robert Lee Wickware’s across the road from Ayrshire church.^ Carl Kluameier. z •ditbr of tbo lnd«P«d«nt for several , years ^ iimri to Jétpékly with BOceeibKi .«Mi    ciMaon; 4 newspaper amf worked country ffmrts erown-good «an missed entire owing accounts to said firm are notified to call and settle at once either by cash or note so that the firms affairs may be wound up. Persons having claims against the firm will present them at once for payment. David DeTar, G. B. DeTar. __ M. E. Church Notes.—Splendid crowds attended Sunday School and both morning and evening church services last Sunday. We are very much pleased with the showing. One of the moat enthusiastic classes in Sunday School is the young men’s class which numbered thirty-three Isst Sunday. Prof Loeser is making good as a teacher. Next Sunday morning the pastor’s^ subject will be “The Holy Catholic Church.'’ the text froip John 14:6. The evening services are growing each Sunday. Next Sunday the av«iiiig service will be et the «nal hour. At the meeting of the offfciel board Mobdby evao-ing U was deeided to bs^n    ra»f val ereid^ « ^^awafy    We : tmpe    a.    gr«t «e^ag. Wy to* W'" community. Some twelve hundred men 1    Laura Young. Wife of Elmo of this community work in some of the j    ¿jed    Friday    morning in an Ev- mines near town. The Ingle store    hospital where she underwent which closed several days ago, opened    operation a week previous. The re- for business Thursday morning and tbw    ^©re    taken to their home in community will soon again settle back Huntingburg and brought from there to normal.^_ .    {here Saturday at noon. The funeral It I. a<jm.r i«t bat true that bo .erv ice waa    " mans aometimea, quite often In fact, ebarch. conducted    by    Be».    E M. Hn    . havetobecoaxedtodotbe thingatliakjpoceaaed wa. a are for their own good. The hartal munity. havmg^n bo™    n^ r«.e^« send out letter, they nd»erti.e ain) tiwy 1 the    ¿ j,me«    S Ulk .bout the ».lue of    í«c|um    only    dangh_^    o^ tlM^^ le was 48 yeera ntmntion. Wa^r. not trying fo savings departments for the batdte*^^^^ tbe eebeelc. just at present there seems to be *1#* mania for spending money and uale^.|; few of us foster at least a loIwiwiPltlwdf' ** desire to save a littla moaay bound to be bard tiinea aheiHb^ remember this: Your salary the bank'’ wdiather you pot it not- If yoo don’t put it thera tba other fellow doee. It doee so moch cMferenee to poor itesakee • lot of banb bo9ba Bettev.thiOb JbM pot tbO «dM Jit «ftor teaehic« yqoBg: woman sba . For manir yawa of tba time were After adttttiye meted to The home of Sam Barrett in Monroe township, was burned to the ground last Wednesday morning. Mr, Barrett got up early in the morning and made a fire in the kitchen stove and went to the barn to feed. When he had finished his feeding and started for the boose he noticed that the house was on fire and one end ready to fail in. Mrs. Barrett and the baby wwe in bed asleep but he rushed in and carrM them out of the burning heme. Ha got them out in their night clothes and waa not abla to save any of their clothing, Tho flro atwrted from tba kitchen dim. Only a few weak# bbforc hn bad bailt a new bouao but wna old part ter a kftehmig hB^WMliag to bear tlila away J» Iba famftp pfotíiliw» w«* bpwad* inglA» w^tar*t Ray Selby has filed a suit in the Pike Circuit Court against Mrs. Nannie J. Brenton, widow of the late Wesley Brenton, asking fnr a partition of the 269.23 acres of land left by the deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Brenton bad no children but Selby claims to be a son of Brenton. born ..out of wedlock. Ha claims that Brenton recognized him aa a son daring his life time and ttiat.aa such acknowledged son he is entitled to one half of the real esUte left by Mr. Brenton. Frank Ely broughftho suit for Mr. Selby while Mrs. Brenton is represented by Richardson & Tsylor, who roust answer the complaint today. The case will be hard fought as the farm in dispute is a fine piece of Plat Creek bottom ground in Washington township just north of the poor asylum of the Winslow and Petersburg road. ^ The McCords are moving this week into their new garage on Main street one-half block south of their present location. This new building is one of the finest in this part of the country. It has work room in the basement and one of the finest show rooms ever. Tha work room in the basement is ^iag equipped with all modern machinery and workmen who can deliver the gooda are being employed at the place. Battery charging will be one of tha features of the garage. Tha wata# f«r the place baa been piped from tha Beaalay wall which nevar lata up in iU supply of fina water. Tha watar baa ' baan in aojna time, forced from tba #aH to tba garaga^hp '3^ P®»®! 1» <knc® *® «ihílrtr.*» cairiccaverp    gaaokia    Far* part. The atock room ia one of tba latgdat ia this    ^ Una taak hf lufga    baa ^hiflallPdlaadlbg m 9^.

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