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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - December 19, 1919, Winslow, Indiana -.>V. lORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1919 NUMBER 41 Castor oil at Everett^s. Com wanted at the winslow Mill. Car load of bran. Winslow Milling school treat at^ McLaugli Co._____ Heaters of all kinds. Goodloe Hdwe. Co. Buy you lin’s.    _____ New line of fountain syringes at Everett’s._____ We have a useful line of Xmas gifts. W. S. Brown & Co. _ We have a full line of library tables. Goodloe Hdwe, Co. All kinds of amnaunitioP at Everett’s. line of fancy stationery at Plenty of clover hay at Mill. A nice Everett’s. _________ Do your Christmas Laughlin’s. the Winslow shopping at Mc- Those famous ^erett’s._ Dishes that Wisdom’s.  _ Colorado Pinto at McLaughlin’s. are sure to please See our line Brown & Go. of jardineers. W. S beans 10c per pound For 1847 Roger’s W. S. Brown & Co. silverware see ui. Candy, oranges and mas at McLaughlin’s. nuts for Christ- € are Get your hunting license through us Everett’# Rexall Store. If you want gcod freslT candy for Christmas get it at Wisdom’s. •*WORLD” phonograph for Xmas pre^nts. Goodloe Hdwe. Co. The leading patent medicines found at Everett’s Rexall Store. Jewelry makes the reid Christmas gift. See OUT stock. S. E. Fowler. Marne iCi^lM^ looked after busing matters in    Ofaio    week. Michigan hand picked beans 11c p» pound or $6.00 per^toshel at BleLaugh- lin’s. _ Buy flour now while the price ia right Md buy “Snow Flake.” Winslow Milling CjO._____ Dr. Green’s improved sarsaparilla, guaranteed for rheumatism. Everett’s Rexall Store. Statione^ makes nice presents; Get it at Wisdom’s._ “ Come Again” coffee .^5c per pound at McLaughlin’s. __ See our assortment of new guns. Everett’s Rexsll Store. Fine line of lap robes and horse blankets. Goodloe Hdwe. Co. Don’t forget to see our line of rugs i before buying. W. S. Brown & Co. Mrs. Sallie Bee and Miss Veda^An-derson of Oakland City were hw this week visiting relatives.    “d The stork stopped over in Happy Hollow Sunday night and left a big boy with Mr. and Mrs. -Rafe Roe. Ttere For Rent—7 room bouse. Mary B. Katterjobn. See C. J. Reinere. Amateur finisl^ngs in kodak auppli^ at the Home Studio. S. E Fowler. Beautiful handkerchief# foi( men and women in Silk and cotton at Wisdom’s., Get that boy a new wagon íor Christmas and get it at Pirkle’s hardware store. Built right and priced right. Mrs. G. W. Barr of Booonville, ia here visiting her mother, Mrs. Marietta Evans and other relatives and friends. Mrs. H T. A large ahipment of Schumaker feed for horses, cattle, hogs and cliickens. Try it. Winslow Milling All votes for MajeSti7Range contest being held must be in by Satarday nigbt of each week. Goodloe Hdwe. Co.    ---- Rev. M. G. Buchanan and little daughter visited his mother in St. Francisville, 111., Monday and Tues-•day no Chriatmaa preiwnt that equals    We    have    a    dandy stock and can please you. S. E. Fowler. Siegel Coleman who has been in Texas for the past several months arrived In Winelow Moodftiy to visit home folks.  __ For Sale—Three gas heaters. One is an dxtra nice parlor heater and pipe with it. Call at Mrs. Carrie Agee, N. Main, Oakland City, Ind.    ^ Phoebe Caroline is the name of the new daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Buechele Monday. They are living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Russ, south of town. Lobbey of Vincennes, is spending a few days with her fatb^, James Chew and family in Washington township. _   ■- J. M. McCortnack, one of the leading farmers of Flat Creek bottom near Catu, was attending to business Winslow Friday.    _____ gun now from Everett, of shoe polishes ^at 36c lin’s. fo 60c p«* dozen at ^tos made at the Home Studio »Jer. jing and rocking chaira in S. Brown Co. ark,stopped with Mr. andTMrs. _jttrull, south of town, Satur-left a boy with them. G»le coroBlnatiori ^heater and be isiéd In many places to »ge. See it if yon have a dining iisuid kitchen comblnid. ' Pirkle’s pare Store. to rent. Everett’k Rexall sain in Used Care-1919 Ford car with starter, 1917 Ford iñg car, 1919 Ford truck, 1918 Ford car. Almost new 1918 Ford car. Clarence Bell, at McCord Shells at Everett’s. Guns Store. ■ Dolls with Jaeautiful long curls or bobbed hair at Wisdom’s.’' Buy a useful piece of furniture for a Xmas present. Goodloe Hdwe. Co. Walter Risley, a good citizen of Marion township, was looking after business in Winslow Tuesday. Auto Livery—Ani back into the auto livery business. Go any place any time. Csll Telephone 28. Addis Fet- tinger.___ Notice to Knights of Pythias-There will be work in the Rtnk of Esquire at Castle hall this Friday evening. Members urged to be present. Lee Dearing, K. of R. & S. • finer Christmas party show could been arranged than Henry B. lall's “And A Still Small Voice,” bick will be shown at the Star The- The prayers of a good woman saved a crook and makes him turn to honest Ufe. See it in '‘And A Still Small Voice,” by. Walthall at the Star Theatre, Friday nlte, December 26th. Coal—Good screened coal delivered in towa Trom the Hargrqye mine at ..    I    in    vhnr    wintl Mire to see it. For Sale—22 acres, 4. room bouan, stable, plenty water; a good house on the Line road in ^atoka _townábip» $900.00 cash. Frank Simmons. The O. E. S. Auxiliary will roe^ Friday afternoon with Miss Nannie Goff. All members are urged to be present.’ Mrs. Zillah Hicks, President. Fred Wes Welton and family, prominent people who formerly lived in the Sugar Ridge neighborhood but who now live in Petersburg, were mingling with old friends in Winslow Saturday. , Gaines McKinney, a prominent farm- y-__   Wand    stock man of Monroe township Leaf Tobacco.—I have some extra    Winslow Wednesday. He haul fine leaf tobacco for sale. Home grown and a first class article. Pleas Corn, Stendal. ___—_ For Sale-li ton MwdU lriick. In good running order haying Just been overhauled. The price is right. Bar- rowman’s Garage._ Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Clark, promin-■ent people of Monroe township, were in Winslow Friday attending to business and greeting friends. Péns pencils, school tablets, ink, erasers and all kinds of paper and writing materials for school children nt Everett’s Rexall Store. What luck, now days, to be able to buy a much needed article at an old price. Uncle George Burch can tell you where you may buy a new bouse at an old price^^^__ A holiday.treat—” And a Still Small Voice,” at tijf Stor Theatre, Friday night, December 26th. 10 and 16c will not buy so ajo^ other line. the WoD laa vv    ---- edaway twenty barrel of good Winslow Hour for the merchants of Spurgeon.j^ ^ Fred is the name of a pew boy'korn in a Gypsy camp near Arthur Friday. The father and mother are Mr. and Mrs Joshua Small. They camped on Barren Creek between bare md Arthur. The new boy ia getting along fine. Mart Shoulders and family moved Wednesday from Arthur where they have lived for many years, to Oakland City. They are good people we are sorry ta have leave the county^ but trust they will like their new home. Hustcd will fill the pulpit^ at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening. Mr. Hasted is a good talker ao^ 'should have a good audience at both ftrvices. The public invited to both services._  y/ Channcey Houchin got his arm caught in the machinery of the linotype at the Petersburg Press office one day last week and severely injured it. Ttw accident has taken him away from bis work for a few days. _ Eugene Hicks will take the 1920 ccm SUB for Winslow. Mr. Hicks and Me Crillus Fork will take Patoka town ship. The work of taking the census will begin aboqt^líi®    ^ There ia a lot of #ork in connect with taking the census. Don’t forget that a year’s subscrlp-to The Dispatch makes splendid dbrUtmaa* present to an friend. It e^ta bat $1 60 for the entire year. So ^all a aum of money cannot be made go aa far on any other Chriatmaa pres .ent. ‘    _ Nothing makes nicer, more appreci ated preente for Christmas than jewel ry, Wa have a large stock of high grade jewelry that any friend would appreciate. Before you buy your Chriatmaa present come to our store and look the assortment over. You will find that we will supply your Christmas wants for a small amount of money. Everett’s Rexall Store. Book's make the ideal Christmas present. Your friend will certainly lay in your winter coal. Call telephone No. 74-2, John Northerner. After a successful seaaori the Win# low ball team has wound up the club’s affairs for the season and has a neat little sum ahead to start next year. Almost always the story is one of un paid bills and dificits. A base ball club can be safely managed as well as any other business and this has been proven by last year^a management of the Athletic Association. Notice of Stockholders’ Everett will rent you a gun. A Christmas jpresent that no one can buy—your photograph. Come to th« Home Studio and have yours made. S, E. Fowler._____ Don’t let it slip your mind that a year's subscription to Thd Dispatch ia a mighty acceptable Christmas presa^ $1.50 will not buy as much of anything else. Your friend will appreciate it more than you can imagine. If you want to be sure to keep warm this winter and do it for less money, come in and see the Cole hot blaat heater. Gives you all the heat units right in the room and does not let them go out the chimney. Pirkle’s Hardware Store.  J__ Mrs. Virgie Postlethwait died Friday at the home of her father, A1 Gal-breath in Otwell, of heart trouble. The Postlethwaits have been living in Linton, Indiana for • some time. About three weeks ago they came to the home of her father and she was never able to go back home. She was 24 years old and is survived by tbe husband, a smalf son and tbe parents along with many friends. The funeral service was conducted Saturday at Near Lebanon, conducted by Rev. M I*-Payton. Burial was in the New Lebanon cemetery.    , D -_______ Meeting.— The annual meeting of the stockholders of the First National Bank of Winslow for the election of directors and the transaction of such other business as may come before them will be held at the banking, rooms of said tank on Tuesday, January 6th, 1920, between the hours of 10 o’clock A. M. and 4 G. A. Hurst, Cashier. appreciate a good book. In fact, few i    p    j¿. people of refinement but appreciate    rhurch Notes.-Tfte Sunday Sch«l i..t Sond.y numbered 15Í Mrs. William Barnett of Otwell. fell at their home Saturday afiernoon and dislocated her left hip. She had beevs across the street and in crossing the street back to her home stepped on a board which had some ice on it and fell, dislocating the hip. She was carried into the house and given medical treatment. She is getting along very writ considering her advanced age but will be confined to her bed for a long time. Mrs Barnett will be eighty years old next February and is one of Pike county’s best known ladies. For many years Mr. and Mrs. Barnett lived on a farm near Cato and are well known in this section of the county. She hM the sympathy of a large circle of friend Is popular books of tbe. too. GMrge SerroeríSÉlllb'añd’Ml^ Liz McGlaseon were ^marrilid In    Evansville The date7ollQwing    your name    print-1 Tuesday. Mr. Sermerihelm    ia an elec. ed    on    your    paper    shows    the    time    to    trician employed on the    system ^    ”    and is a good man and iptendi^ citizen. The bride is a splendid    lidy. <«^he couple has mliny friends in    this county which your subscription is paid. By taking an occasional glance at this you will not run any risk of getting behind ia quite au increase we are pleased with. We are glad so many are taking ip this work »a it IfaelriBd-iSnity""T*lr Tjastor preach on The Atonement at next Sunday rooming’s service. The evening service will be held at the usual hour. The public invited to all the services of the church. M. G. Buchanan.’ Pastor. if you will, pay up when shows you are due to pay. much holiday cheer in  -- -^The back water is frozen and the youngsters about town have been having á gay time skating. The ice is thick enough to be safe and is in fine condition for skating. Large parties are taking advantage of the ice each evening.    ■ The high acbool basket ball team went to Huntlngburg Friday evening and played the Jasper high school, defeating them. The score atood IS to 11. A number of the high school stu- Tbe Polly Anna club met with Ruth Powell Friday evening, December 12. The members present were Opal Ded-man. Bee Minor, Helen Anderson, Knby Coleman, Estelle Minnirf* and Le ona Jones. The ^uest of honor was Miss Veda Anderson. Luncheon wga served ^be hostess of next week wW be Miss Georgia Bonénberger. Sm the    4°    1    dtntAlcwmpenTed    the    telm    and    report Still V Small Voice.” A great show that will hold you from the very start. 10c and 16c. Star Theatre. John Layman was injured in the mines Wednesday. One leg was mash «d He was brought home and given medical attention and will have to go .on crutches. Only a few months a^ he suffered a broken leg and was laid up for a long time. The Chatter and Stitch-club met with Mrs. Joe Snyder Friday evening. At -the close a buffet luncheon was served. Members present were Mrs. Ruth Kemp, Mrs. Lena Woolsey, Mrs. BeM Miller, Mrs. Lola McCkird, Mrs Eoniee McKinney, Mrs. Hazel Spillman, Mri. Bell, Mrs. Marie Chesser and Minnia. Miss Helen Jennings Opal Nellie “And a Still Small Voice,” will be shown at the Stor Theatre Friday nite December 26th. This is a powerful story in which a good woman saves crook and makes him turn to the straight and narrow--path. Be sure to visit the Star Frid.iqr nite, December 26th. ,    _________ William H Fettinger, a g^d farmer of Washington township, was in town Thursday. He called at this office to pay “Uncle”. George Selby’a aubacrip tion, Mr. Selby is one of our first sub ■cribera, having started in with us ^n after the paper waa started and has been a paid in advance subscriber ever since He Is qne of Pike county’s plon-neer citizens and abe boaata no better men. was the clofa’a guest for the eveni^. Last spring Isaac Royalty purchased « aaw Ford from the McCord garage. A Yew atebts after he bought the cm, Oakland City. the time j ^^o will wish them a happy and pros-perous married life. The Dispatch joins in extening best wishes to the newly weds.    _ Then Are you the joke of the town? try a little game of drop the handkerchief with the rest of the citizene. Don’t be a sorebesd. but find out what is BO lodUjroue about yourself, and then wait. The position isn’t a unique one. and there will b4 plenty of others fn —“—-7~z—    ^    I    line for the place, if you drop out So Here is a cheerful word for the young    ^    chance,    and then man who has been afraid    .    jagt drop the UtUe joke on one of the brains for fear that snch    Lthers. You will find a place waiting shorten his life. Contrary to tfee com-1 mon belief, statistics show that the people who are great thinkere and who develop their minds to the fullest capacity are tba one# who live the long eat. So get busy, young man. and do some thinking. You may be.aisecond MethuselatK We the for you izens in the ring of respected citi- Wsr time prohibition was held coo-stitutional Monday by the supreme court of tbe United States by a unanimous decision. The court entlre-1 ly reversed ' the contention of the urge our reader, to look over — wet." that wer time advertiaement. in thi. paper be- ooUlde tbe wer fore doing tbe Ir Cbriethmas abopping. | greefc Wartime pro A man who Is harnessed to unpaid expenses always trots beneath the sting of the whip of a bill collector. Neither one of them likes it. You cant blame a man for getting angry when the horse which is so easy to bridle proves so hard to drive. Neither wilt any horse run well tbata whipped to it. It would be better for tbe gent leman in debt to study the characteria tics of the balky horse and balk at a charge account without a bank bank balance Ttien he could give the bill collector, who by the way, would be out of a job, the horse laugh. _ Mrs. Sarah A. Wilder, wife df Ben Wilder, died Thursday night at their home in Oakland City. Death was Winslow to build a system of watef works next yesr? We sure dont kdbw. However, if any plan can bo figured out how the trick may be turned we would not be surprised to see that very thing happen. And if it waa to happen we aura would be mighty pleased. The people of thia bui« «re ripe for Just such an enterprise. How to do it is the only questloo. With oor twenty four hour current, a _ syst^ of water works and a sewage s^t^, pa would be on the improve. Somelx^ figure out a plan and by next fall tha trick will be turned. Of course tbinga are high but life is a short affair at .best and if we are to have the good things of life some people in this town moat begin to get them. mdro- UUUIV    w» —— —--- -    * J # caused by cancer of which she had sui fered for many months. She was ^ years old and was a native of the southern part of Pike county. When a young woman she united with the Log Creek General Baptist church to which she remained a faithful member. Surviving Stores that line alway#. time proniDlHon wm U«».   ---  .    j    Ora edvenme eerr, the ke.t I com. to eo The .tore that edvertlae, I clero, the army folly demobiliieA The I w «»>■.    “ knows it has the goods and has them priced right. It is only tbe non-advertising store that is not sure it knows it ha* the right goods at the price it should dispose of them at. So look prohibition constitutional amendment becomes effective January 16th so the United States Is destined to stay dry. Those who were expecting a ‘‘wet * Christmas have another expect coming should dispose of tftem at. do iook    ------ over the advertisements in this paperUod they can prepare to spend Chri# It will i mas sober. J He ear on the street. About 6 WMit to the ear to start ft was gone He hae been the car until recently gave up all Ifopes of ag ttyTtrihea oí iLr _    garago    roeelood sheHff at Mfiwattoo, Mte i'kcd Motor Co.^ We desire to express our appreciation of the ni^ business we ksve enjoyed during tbe paft year. The people have given us an abundance of business and have patronized our factory until we have bwn orowded at every tom. We anecíate this boslnees and take this IM.US of thankiiig oor customers and friends for the help they have extended «S. Two now .meobioes and a new moik^ bavs hoes iostalted and for the eooring year, eje fflU 1^ bett« then fa^Oi^ for Mie waots wf »h0 /have ocM#oa to om before doing yuur shopping, mean a big saving to you. To give you better service we mro opening a new up-to-the-roinnte garage. Here you will find a^ complete line of automotive necessities including a f stock of‘‘Genuine Ford Parts.” Af) three years of experience as an au ized Ford sales and service statii we will soon be prepared, with new up-to-date machinery to gi brand of Ford Service heretofora equaled in thto vicinity. We ara propwred to take care of your troublei^ For your protoetion oq Fbrdcar this spring we ofasi your attsatlok to tbe fact Ford Motor , Co. Has on basd ftfom too    *4 oC.. tMr Qgdato^fw^w m It Christmas is tbe samo this year, last [ «par, and all the y®»» before. It is yet It ia new; it is a thing of tbe z, present, and will bp a thing of future tmtil time Immemorial. Who ananng us too old to remember ISaiiteietroaapf his ohlldhood? Is there fdiik who does not look bsek upon it as €hó bappUist day of his life? It that eome poor kiddies paver joy and too thrill of a roal ; #ójr toat rttayop, lot toch stoC oottdlf d qood i^llow er Thompson, Mrs. O. E- Shrode, Mrs. Walter Schaffer and Eva Wilder. The funeral service was held Sunday at Log Greek, cottductod by R««’. C. E. Barrett. burial being in the-Log Creek cemetery.  _^    - Mrs. Cynthia Coleman, wife of Dr. J. W. Coleman, died Sunday afternoon at their home in Petersburg illneaa of many months. Deceased waa One of the beet known women of Pike county. She was a daughter of the late Jackson Com and spent her girlhood day# In Augusta where her fatoer conducted what was then one of tbe largest flopring mills in cooet,. Soon •<».» the riWI wM-jh» «» arid Dr. Coleman many years ^ ioosfAtoJIfto»^ ms. ^ W. T. Cooper died Wednesday ing at hit home in Princeton the result of a fall sustained Saturday in which one of his hip# were broken. Ha felt on the icy walk Saturday. Mr. Cooper ia well known in thi# neighborhood having lived for a numbw of years at Cato. He was 86 years old and lived most of his life on his farm at Cato. He was twice married. By hie first msrriage two children survive, Carl Cooper and Mrs. James Ch®w. There are five children by his second marriage. Early in life he joined tbe Methodist church. He was a member of . Ireland Lodge of Masons. He waa well and favorably known by many people in this section, being an upright man and good citizen whose death wlU be sadly mourned. Tbe funeral lervicw was held Thursday in Princeton. ^ When the November term of the Plko Circuit Court was about to come to a Close Saturday, a resolution was presented thanking the out going c»®rb of the court. Edward H. Scales for hie courtesy, kindoeas and strict attention to business dorifig his four years of office. The resolution was aignOd every member of the Pike county bar and eadh member took oeeaifem to make a ahort tolk eulogiziiuc _ going ofietol. ixmretlfan an or#«®»y    ^ only has he tekeo the pihii toj one who aeadod hi# bowrottuiroétóu notr kit m

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