Winslow Dispatch in Winslow, Indiana
6 Jul 1923

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6 Jul 1923

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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - July 6, 1923, Winslow, Indiana toe '^éa at Biristow’a. Use Snow Flake Flour. CcdDts and crakers ^ Bris- 'E. Jonteel double vanity cases. Coop-i er Drug Co. yer’s Aspirin. Service Medicine Stanolax* 50c per Di^ag Co. plftt. Cooper Ratines in colors and white. W. S. Brown & Co. 40c; Papeo Maytoaise Salad Dressing. Briatew’s Grocery^_ Get your sandwiches and short orde^ at'Etedlock’s. Midday meals—^week days, Sunday, 50c. Hadlock’s. Pay cash Bring us your produce, or trade. McLaughlin’s Grocery. Fish are biting and we have everything in tackle. Cooper Drug Store •paper.^^ Get At itions on odd lots W, S- Brown & Co. of wall Get Analax, that guaranteed lax-(ye, at Service MedUáne Store. Recleaned stock peas, germinating test 95%, per bushel, $3.50. Winslow Hardware Co. A->ox of McK. & R. pure aspirin tor iOc. Service Medicine Store. Three Flowers, Mary Garden and Haut Ton face powder. Service Medicine Store. If Ford is elected president it will Base Ball Supplies—Gloves, Masktf, |    second    time    that    a    rough-rider Bats and Balls. Cooper Drug Co Fancy Basket at Bristow’s Grocery. Turkish Towels, 18x36 inches, 25c. McLaughlin’s. Pimiento cheese 50c per pound. Bristow’s Grocery. Curtain nets and draperies, just in. W. S. Brown & Co, Haut Ton Face Powder and Talcum, Service Medicine Store. Extra big bar Buttermilk soap for 10c. Cooper Drug Store. New Potatoesf'^Green beaM, and tomatoes, Bristow’s Grocery. Ornamental lawn fence—gates to match. Bottom’s Hardware Store. ^ice line of candies, the best ice and soft drinks. Hadlock’s. cream has held down the job, says The Farm Journal. Hens, 4 lb. Bring us your produce, average, per pound. 16c; Hens under 4 lb., per lb., 13c. Subject to market Repairs for Osborne, McCo™ck, ^    ____ and Deering mowers at Bottom Hard-    McLaughlin’s, ware Store. Fishing poles, lines, corks, sinkers, A nice Ime of gas ranges and    i    minnow    buckets,    trot    line l^lates for your inspection. Wmslow*"*”^ lardware Co. stagin and every kind of fishing hook made. Cooper Drug Co / None but the purest syrups and    Anna    Cash    of    Arthur,    was    in i fruits are used at our fountain. Coop-    Saturday    morning    doing    her ^ er Drug Store.    shonnine    early.    She    paid Geod and pure drinks at our sanitary fountain. Cooper Drug Store McCormick mowers. Hay rakes and disc harrows. See our line of implements. Winslow Hardware Co Wé develope Kodak films. Ckioper Parted Meat and veal loaf. Bristow’» Grocery. toS|* s green for ’tater /bugs at Bot-Aiardware Store. Slliné and crockery ware sisaK Wk S. Brown & Co. in all 'ttm will get a real tire in a Silver-towii cord. Bottom Hardware. Don’t forget that Wisdom’s hose wear well. Super lisle elastic, white and black. McLaugli^’s. Stop with uS for best gas aiid oiL Minor & Son. The very best of face powders andi face, creams at Wisdom’s. New materials for ladies* blouses. W. S. Brown A Co. Popular brands of Cigars and cigarettes at Hadlock’s. Puretest Aspirin tablets, best by test. Cooper Drug Store. ^ We take watches and jewelry fbr tearing. Cooper Drug Co. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hicks spenh Sunday visiting in Boonville. For PiiUio Tuning call Fred K. set A. J. Ross a first-class farmer of ■ A    silk    hose    in    and ^    I    Saturday    looking    after    businesá. lin’sjSh^cyery._ ' Glass Cans.—Half gallons, per doz-$1.10; Quarts per dozen, 85c, we Imve a complete line of refrig-.     , eratúrs.- All sizes at difierent Prices.    7^^    McLaui^in’s J. B, Bottom Hdwe. Store.    I    Grocery. Twist Tobacco, lOc or 3 twists for 25c. Star and Horseshoe chewing tobacco, 80c per pound. McLaughlin’s. dishes Mr. and Mrs. David J. English ofl marriage license was issued in Ayrshire, spgnt Sunday with Mr. and I prfnceton this week to John H. IhJi- No breaking or washing when you use a Lily Picnic Package on your next picnic. Service Meidi-cine. Store. Mrs. Joe Davis, Sr., at Muren. land and Corda C. Mclntire both of Tl^ LmJies Aid of Arthur will give commumty. an Ice Cream Social Thursday night' July 12 in the grove by the church. A prayer meeting was held Saturday night at the home of Mr. and er Dm Mrs. Harry D. Owens of Danville, nj^Uis, is here visiting with relatives and nld friends. Saturday shopping early. She paid The Dispatch a visit while here. Mrs. Ollie Southwood and grandson, Dcnzil Southwood, spent the last three weeks visiting her daughter. Clarence Wallace and wife and Chester Caldwell and wtfe of Mun-Ind., were here this week the _    ,    ^    .    ___41 three weexs visiung ««sr For Sale.—1920 Ford coupe in 80od    jjarley    Chesser    in Evansville. A barcrain u I frunmng condition. A bargain ^taken at once. George Blacketer, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hobson and baby I«._We now aeUveHn^ 4ÍÍ rw^rsey.luns with old neighbors and friends. Want a good dog ? We have a Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lobbey of Terre ^^jn^er of thoroughbred Airdale pup-Haute spent Saturday and Sunday 1 .^g g^jg^ Every one eligible to •    ^ •__J..__A    \r\ WlTlS^ I    ^________ wtth friends and relatives in Wins _low. -    _ Mrs. D. E. Hicks spent several Aays last week visiting withrel atives and friends in Tell City and ".^C^nnelton.    ^ Pork, the nicest you have a long time, 18c per pound or for 35c. McLaughlin’s Seore.'*'    ^ register. Sunset Kennels. Telephone, 166-1% Winslow. Ffced McConnell and family have «{lending the week in- St. Louis ing with Mrs. Julia Simons and ir rdatives and friends. T. J. Lemasters, one of Oakland City’s lea^ng business men, was in town ^ Saturday mingling with old friends. Jeff is a native of Monroe township where he still owns a large farm.    , Reiners a splendid iv©w bungalow on Mill street and will move to Winslow as soon as. she can get possession of the house. cie. guests of T. C. Nelson and wife. Oil stoves are the kind for hot weather. We have the new Perfection, Service and Ypslanh priced from $15.50 up. J. B. Bottom Hdwe. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie McCord of Littles were in Winslow Monday, Mr. McCord is suffering of a felon on his hand. He has not been able to work for a long time. Now is the time to sow cow peas. Get them at J. B. Bottom’s Hardwi^ Don’t y<m remember—Jonteel cold creani face powder. CSooper Drug Co. Armour Star Hams, per pound, 27c; per pound^^sliced, 35c. Mcl-aughlin’s Grocer^. Mrs. Rebecca Snyder of Louisville, Ky;, fe here the ^est of her son, Joe Snyder and family.. At my home in Winslow Í wiIL do dressmakingt altering and pressing men’s suits. Minnie Gryder. Con^ in and see the new patent mowing machine knife. Saves riveting sections. Winslow Hardware Co. John H. Holle, R. W. Beadles, El-mon Adams and W. T. Beadles, all. prominent citizens of Lockhart township, wrere in Winslow Monday attending to business and mingling with friends. «i..    ^—Z    Za    Mrs.    Joe    Davis,    Sr.,    at    Muren    which Hot weather is here and we havej_^^ a foil line of refrigerators. Most any irinif of box at varjdng prices. Wins low Siardware Co. “Dutch” Miller and family moved last week to the Louis Willis property. Mrs. Eliza Miller moved in Cleo Ross, a first-class young man    Alexander. of Moproe township, was m Wins- j    - low Monday ¡attending to business Mrs. Mary Hamilton of New Mad-motters.:    1    rid.    Mo.,    is    here visiting Lon Willii^s 10 pound bucket white syrup, 60c; 10 pound bucket red syrup, 50c, 5 pound bucket white syrup, 35c;    5 pound bucket red syrup, 30c;_Pennant syrup, 5 pound can, 40c. smaller can, 15c. McLaughlin’s Grocery. and family and other old friends. She ifrs. G, W. Barr of Boonville, was formerly resided here, here last week visiting her mother,' Mrs, Mariette Evans and other rel-atiares and friends. Headquarters for good brooms— 65c, 75c, 80c. The best broom on the 1-:—rr ,    -1 market for 90c. All made from good Mft Md Mre. Fred Step^M of    McLaughlin's    Grocery. Marion township, were in Winslow 1    ___ Gettis Robinson and Sallie Lemond, prominent young people of I*ihe county, were married last week m Jasper, Charles A. Troxier, a justice of the peace performing the ceremony. Satttr^y attencUng to business and mfwgting with friends Clover Hay.—We have begun cutting clover hay and have plenty for «    AT»    ««,4- I sale. Parties wanting clover hay GMrge A. Brown, a flrst-cUs^ l    ^    aarence Hollon. You want your shoes repaired rigkt so that they will give good serv^ feel right and look rigl^> Bicin|t Sí^Tnórói of Snydiw^s store and^ get the right kind of a job. Nance A Jerrell. citlMin of Marion towjiship, was teadhig to business matters and greeting frirnids in Window Friday. Now is the time to put Cow Ease on the cattle. Keeps the flies off and Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bass of Pikeville, accompanied by their daughters, Mildred and XJszie, were in Winslow Saturday, shopping and looking after business matters. 'They were trying out their new automobile. For Sale.—My home consisting of 4-room house and 10 arces of ground, located % mile east of No. 7^ miné. Plenty of water, young orchard and small fruits. Electrically lighted and convienently arranged. Everett Lut-trull. _    .    n__,    *    J    1    pays    big dividends when put on tiif jonnmd^íSírday after being in sess- m^ch cows. Get it at Cooper Drug ion fcu^ thirty days as provided byjCo laii. A large amount of property <e^ed -'Uk' the duplicate by the gpt^y your home with liquid Fly-tdk, then sweep every fly out of the It kills them and leaves no Jútt. or bad effects. Cooper Drug Stere. Stationery.—A full line of all kinds *of fancy stationery. Come here for anytiüng in the writing paper line. Writing fiuid, pens and pencils. Cooper Drug Store. J jáAes R. Sandage last week pu^ chased from James T. Goff the Goff hom®®tcad on Washing^ton street. ^Mr. v*^Goff had owned this property since abottt 18^. Mr. Sandage will continue to rent the property. C. H. Osborn of Marion township, was in Winslow Friday attending to business mip,tters. He was accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. George F. Grim of Evansville, who is visiting with her parents for a few days. Haynes Willis, 5 years old,'¿on of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Willis of Ot-well, was taken last week to an Evansville hospital for appendicitis. From last accounts the little fellow was getting along as well as could be hoped.    _ William Battles, a former Pike county citizen, but who has been If the hot weather ttafes you, use Puretest Zinc Stearafe. Any scald __ or free perspiration will Im quitkly Automobile Accessories,—We have I stopped. The greateet talcum foF installed a full line of automobile ac- j hot weather on earth. Cooper Drug cessories at our gas filling -station, j Company. The date foUowiag your namt jnrlutad- on your    khows    the    tinm €o wfiich youf süfeicrfieáS i* la^ Take an occasional look at this and if it dqn’t look like it was right, a small remittance will set you right. Willis Minnis met with misfortune one day last week of getting his rli^t hand caught while at work in tlm m^ias and is suffering no small amount dt pain from the mash received. He will not be able to work for some time. Notice to Settie.—^Having sold my store in the east end, want to ask all those indebted to please call at as early a date as possible and make settlement of account. Let me have an early call from those indebted. T. M. Bristow. L. D. Trent the Huntingburg . poultry man, was in Winslow Friday Tires, tubes, transmission oils andl    _    .    3---^Florence 1 looking after business maters and son. Upper Mai^ -L    „ i bu^ ^00^    asTe    'Srer'Co    an Wanted.—Men or women to take Process, 3 burner, $20.00 and $25.00.    to    boost    for    his    town, orders for genuine guaranteed hos-j Winslow Hardware Co.    May    his    tribe    increase! iery for men, women, and chüdren. |    to Pronertv Owners.—Every    --- Eliminate darning. Salary    owner is required to cut the    Notice to Settle.—Settlement    time ni-omifloR. Unless this of Lendra Bailey, littie d»u|^^ of. Mr. and lits. ®ri»s BkKiyjdf Sfonide township, died Thursday of last week of acute appendicitis. The Uttle girl was sick but a short time. She was 7 years and 3 months old. The funeral service was held Friday from Log Creek church, the remains being laid to rest in the cemetery by the church. living in Oklahoma for several years, has been in the county visiting with relatives and renewing acqufainten-ces. He was in Winslow Friday accompanied by Albert Battles. year is here. To all of our pa- week full time and $1.50 an nour j    premises.    Unless    this    .    . spare time. Beautiful _ Springy bM. j    town    will    cut    them    for    I    trons    who    have    been    runrnng    accounts International Stocking Mills, Norris-1    ,    charge    the    expenses    against    we desire that they should make an town. Pa.    ?he property. Don’t neglect tMs very effort at once to pay up. It is settle- — -  •    1.    I    matter    Mark    Marshall,    1 ment time witlu us and we use this The Industrial club went on ®    ’    nwthod to gently remind you that we ride Friday to the home of Mrs. Her- Marsnai. - .    - expect you to meet your obligations man Bryant. Every member was pre®" j Business was almost entirely sus- j 'vrith us at once and we trust th)at Caass No. 5 of the M. E. Sunday School went to Spurgeon Thursday evening of last week and gave their piay, “The Old Maids’ Association.’ The hall was crowded and the play was well received. The young ladies came out financi»lly as well as they expected and were well pleased with the trip. Dr. jL R. Miller who was enroute to pdorado when his mother died last wedc was stopped at Peoria, 111. “Ha ealtie back on the train, lea'^ng hia far and small son with relatives tiMte. Monday night he left for Akria to resume trip. Hollie Sims »mpanied him on thé trip. For your picnics or outings, take Six Lily cups. Six water proof Plates, Six strong fibre spoons. Six crepe paper Napkins, One heavy crepe Table Cloth, all in a neat sanitary package—that’s the Lily Picnic Package. We have them. Service Medicine Store. ent. In the two contests Mrs.    I    pended in Winslow on' Wednesday, you will make an effort to do so. We McLaughlin was the successful c®«-Ujie Fourth. For that matter almost Ighail expect you to come in and say testant. Refreshments were servM 1 entire county was off. Most peo- j something. Monroe Robling. at a late hour. All voted the me^ | ^nt to the various swimming ing was a very enjoyable one. The K^j many going to Cunningham I    a.    Ashby    is    .    erecting    a    new _A*_-  —¿11 Ik sk -MW a 1% Am    U    I    <    I       z    .    _i___J —.    —    ^    A    ^    -    - of Thanks.—To the many «ids who were so kind and helpful to all of us during the sickness of 4wr wife and mother, Eliza J. Miller and who extended to all of us so sympathy and l\elp after her ith, we desire to expfess our thanks. We shall remember every oiie of you for your kindness. Peter R. Miller and family. Says the smart young man to the simple minded girl: “Why does a black cow eat green grass and give white milk that makes yellow butter?” Says the simple minded girl to the smairt young man: “For the same reason that blask raspberries are red when they are green.”—^The Farm Journal, July 1923. next meeting will be with Mrs. a.    There were hundreds of pi^ dwelling house on his lot where the Hollon.    b    1    nics at various places. JHany big ^ Methodist parsonage formerly MV.O    n«.Bruler    Who    lives    dinners were spread. At Pewrsburg    ©f    Moody    Kemp’s    resi- •ÍÍ    DeBruler west of l a rSBUlar celebration was held at toe    Tj,e    new    house    will    have fall to^ S^^l^tSSIv SSg^ sev- fair grounds. At Stendal the «guiar    This    is the rite of Wins- w i»« vSiet She celebration now an annual event, wasj,^,^,,    school house. It was used erely ^’'^“^J'®'b'®«uri7^toe“in-lheldT' An unusually large crowd wasl"’ -    buUding    until    1881    when jury. Shi 3eriS from Sfe shoto.|in attendance at Ston.lal    T...      a    ..a fell over a She is more than 92 years old. Dr the building now owned and accupied mZZZZ «r I by the Odd Fellow's lodge was erect- ei The building which Mr. Ashby to'a’Lnfher.'^^    First    Ñatío^l^B^    was    the    school    building    until ■ I razea was me HCWWI UUAAUailB «.awaa pears m this issue. Ws    iggi.    when Noble Whltnuin, who shows this bank to have bwn cpn. i .    ^    m    p-toka    townshin.    our- week we stated- that the new lúr churfh was to be a frame ire. We were in error. The will he erected of concrete I, *ftie work of pouring the con-t ^ foundation has idraady bpgun in the next sixty or ninety days he eoinpMtéd. The building wfll r» egflfWiid steuctore when com-■ isrltt «effect much credit on of Arthur.    ^ much    ^    ^^Tar    oflb^t    toi    enable    reputation,    di¿ Thursday night u& to in peimlartty    “'cSdc    iriter    an    ül««»    of    . John Wilder Friday traded his Main street restaurant building to Thomas M. Bristow for Mr. Bristow’s store building and stock in the east end of town. Mr. Bristow will continue to rent the Main street property to Mr. Hadloek for a restaurant. Mr. and ----- _    ,, _    ^    ^ Mrs Wilder have already taken ¡ as they could get to the home, charge of the east end sto're. They will expect to start the new building within the next few weeks. iwn in Mary Parker, one of the best known    (    the*larg-    trustee    of    Patoka    township, pur- ri io7.a wotocn.of Monroe    I sroT^J^ Uv    ‘'-® Methodist 0^ suffering a fracture of her left hip. j grq:w^ _ When the MrsT Parker Just fell without any ap-1 of a hail    |    present Methodist parsona^ was parent roason, causing the .tojarf. j sutTla^ alg;    jTa’Tf^e    rani    I    eroctod toe old place was K>ld. Krt-oV    W    She    has    suffered    By    ckreful management^    MXWr,    wife of ex^er- break^very W    «#í    g.^rteous    treatment this bank Jf® Uff p^ter R. Miller of Logan-tewn- ftt 9:80 some two this city, gave her attention as    to    the    clientele    it    serves,    j    ¿^.th    ™    caused    by    in Chapman J. Hoggatt died Monday morning at his home in Petersburg, aged 79 years. He was a pioneer resident of Pike county. He was bom in this county March 19.    1844. He was a veteran of the Civil war, serving in two enlistments. When the war broke out in 1861 deceased was but 17 years old but he enliste<l as a member of Co. E, 24th J^diana volunteers. Discharged on July 30, 1864 he reinlisted, this time a member of Co. A 22nd Indiana, being finally discharged in July, 1865. He w^ one of the best,known and most highly respected citizens of Petersburg, surviving are the widow and three children. The children are William and Lon Hoggatt and Mrs. Earl Hopkins of Atlanta, Ga. The funeral service was held Wednesday afternoon from the family residence, ^v^ Rogers had charge of the services^ Burial was in Walput Hills cemetery.'' I/" /> CeflBjnlesioners at the and Tuesday Charles vfafWers on a tomd north-tlie Albezt ,8owfi- In company with Dr. Georg. B.I    to I    Mort of bar Bf« .¿e sTar, Dr. David DeTar and A.    SSÍricir    Matvri..    wa.    a    raridenb    of th. interoalad in torir|«n«niK 8^    66    year^    2?^ DeTar Jesse Eaden, familiarly kno and about Winslow for many years as “Bud” Eaden, died at 2 o’clock A. M. Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Powers in Princeton. He was 65 years old s«id was a son of the late Jesse Eaden. He^ was never married but lived for many years with his sister Belle on the Eliza Spaw farm south of town. The sister <»ed some months ago. Deceased was a good mwfi who áttend-#d to his own affaite and wa» a good dticen and a tínd i^Mor. Some age    • «^in.TT ------------ Lo.«r, w. .njoyed    ^ ve and ah ^ west. T is intetes Lick Sunday. 'The trip was Dr. George DeTaris ngw Buick. We found the roads about as bad as they could get when not muddy. The A*-lantic-Padfic trail is being hard sui^ faced which mak«® the traveler detour in places. In maldng the deteiate the travrier gets a (Bdinnpse of am»* very scenic country whieh on» enjoy between holding in the c» picking a po«»ible plate to light, gets tha greatest pléaw^ tiiese roads in K wees ne    1    husband    and    »ev«i    chüdá». rm 2Srt    tid.    cWldran    A«    Dr.    L.    *.    Mdtor fton- ■Few peofte are | schel, in radio. A two | Miller Our termer friends are warned to _ be on the look-out for a tongued fc*« psgper agent    ^ taking subate^ptlOBe to a teiiuy|jmKiai one for atf eostem    ai^ltó»«!i^- a CMeago    - neoiiffateg to lowe# « adbeertees for the    ^ such asi» the tee**»*    “ while GSe otiwr suheite " out hy w«d of worth anjttaiNr* - w Hnsy An W ^ the sudi. And for gped sterh^ p» me^rimanisl adventure , by Ceurtnet haa -

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