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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - June 7, 1912, Winslow, Indiana Winslo VOLUME 15 Dispatch. WINSLOW, INDIANA, FRIDA^MORNING, JUNE 7, 1912. NUMBER 13 Get fish from John Batson. Fruits and cigars at Butler’s. town. ' New 5 and S. E. Fowler. 10c store in Sarsaparilla at Everett’s. J. W. McCord looked after business in Illionis this week. sweet Try Woodford’s canned potatoes, apples and peaches. For Sale—4 good, home-made comforts, cheap. Abe Loeser. ready The newest things in made garments. Toggery Shop. Lumber See Greer-Wilkinson Company for brick and gravel. For Sale—Quick meal gasoline range. Mrs. Edward Whitman. Paint your house with “Old Kentucky Home” paint. Everett’s. Guaranteed cold tablets at Everett’s. Try a box. No cure, no pay. __ Go to Butler’s restaurant for a good lunch. and Fruit jars, lids, rubbers w’ax at Woodford’s. Fancy 25c Lisle half hose 2oc per pair at Lobbey’s. for Watermelons at Bearing’s Cash Grocery. Fresh cream cheese, 20c per lb. at Woodford’s. House dresses $3.00 and up Toggery Shop. W'ool Wanted—We pay the highest market price for wool. C. W. Jean*. Batson has fresh fish every day. See the bargains on our 5 and 10c counter. S. E. Fowler. Pure cider vinegar at Woodfprd’fl. Ladies long silk gloves at Toggery Shop. S^jmmer shirts with separate collars to match at 75c at Lobbey’s. Miss Lela Rickwood, of Evansville, is here the guest of Evart Miller and family. Specials for Saturday only—10c gingham at 8^ c; 1214 ginghams at 10%c. Toggery Shop. Miss Anna Heubner, of Stewarts-ville, visited relatives here this week. Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Miller are in Evansville on business and seeing the sights. Willard Ross and wife, prominent people of Monroe township, were in Winslow Tuesday. On all cash purchases we pay 2% per cent, discount. Bearing’s Cash Grocery. J. D. Hollon, of Washington township, was in Winslow Monday looking after business matters.    _ Miss Estel Bristow is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Baxter and other relatives in Hosmer this week. Mrs. Clara Randolph and son Charles, of New Albany, are here the guests of William Barrowman and family. Hon- A. H. Taylor and Sheriff Marion Nance, of Petersburg, were in Winslow looking after business matters Monday. If you are going to build or repair see Greer-Wilkinson Lumber Company. _ For Sale—18 or 20 fresh milch cows, 2 to 6 years old. See Herman Bryant at Ingle farm. boxes Saturday Special—Three matches for loc. Bearing’s Cash Grocery. Harve Tindal, a prominent Marion township farmer and trader, was in Winslow on business Tuesday. _ Charles Wilder, of Oakland City, was looking after business in Winslow Monday. Make your furniture new by using our high-class varnish stains and liquid veneer. Everett’s. I have a good single, solid oak bed-stead for sale for $1.00. Clifton Abbott. Extra Special for Saturday— Good broom for 25c. at Bearing’s Cash Grocery. Miss Augusta Abbott and Mrs. Annie Gerald, of Evansville, visited their uncle, Clifton Abbott and family the first of the week. For Sale at a Bargain—2 six year old mares, one with good colt. Also 3 year old horse. Will take your note. William B. McCord, Winslow, Route 20. Miss Esther Robling is visiting the family of her uncle, Marse Robling in Westphalia this week Dr. T. D. McGlasson is in Ken^-tucky looking after business interests. He will be gone probably two weeks. Chas. J. Reiners and J. Fred McConnell, of the Winslow Mill, attended the millers’ convention in Louisville this week. and George Anderson, a prominent citizen of Marion township, spent Sunday in Winslow the guest of E. T- Williams and wife. Nicholas Collins and John H. Carlisle, prominent citizens of |hip, were in Wins- low on businesa^uesaay. D, H. Thiry is in Ava, Mo., visiting relatives and visiting his wdfe and daughter, Helen, who have been there for some weeks. Matt Rev- Clifton Abbott left Monday for Rockville where he entered the State tuberculosis hospital for treatment- He will be gone four or five weeks and hopes to regain his health. For Sale—6-room house acres of ground, good water, sufficient outbuildings and good cellar. Close to mines and ideal place to live. Terms easy. L- E, Hurt. ______________ between An epidemic of whooping cough has struck Winslow and many children have the disease- A peculiar thing about the present epidemic is that a number of children who have had the disease before have it again. Mrs- Gertie Taylor, Mrs. Montgomery and Mrs. Anna Nes-bit, of Cynthiana, are here the guests of John H. Pipes and fam-ilv.    _ I am running a blacksmith shop in Powell’s shop and solicit a share of your patronage. Do horseshoeing and general repairing. Give me a call. Hamilton Young-  __ Mrs. Nellie Graham and Mrs. Bulcie Oldham, of St. Louis, are here the guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Dawson and other relatives and friends here and in Marion township. ThóMí ia-'One madichie-tiiat'crv^Fy family should be provided with and especially during the summer months; viz, Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed. It costs but a quarter. Can you afford to be without it? For sale by all dealers. After all the bluster Taft and Roosevelt the nomination of President Taft is practically as sured.    He will have all the con tested delegates except .Texas ind Washington. iitor oil at Everett’s. e pay the highest price for C. W. Jean. n’t let your chickens ^ie of See Everett. 9T Sale—Good cow and calf. O: ‘t,. Ora Kantz farm. :e tomato plants 25c by the Ired at Woodford’s. srifice prices on all odds and of oxfords at Lobbey’e. ibroideries in all widths Toggery Shop. Everett’s ice cream parlor. Paints, oils and Greer-Wilkinson’s. varnishes at Get on our clothes and be correctly dressed. Togge'ry Shop. Men’s w’hite canvas oxfords at Lobbey’s. See Louis Macarty for guttering, spouting and tinning of every kind.    __ We have the finest 5 and 10c store ever in this town. S. E. Fowler. Why sew—call at Toggery Shop. Concrete barn pillars at Greer-Wilkinson’s. When in Winslow stop at C. W. Butler’s restaurant. Miss Alice Wiggs is attending the aviation meet at Evansville this week. kw peas, new potatoes, new itoes. Bearing’s Cash Grocery. market lember our meaf fs promptly at 8 a. m. on Sun-Dearing’s Cash Grocery. two here fs. T. F. DeBruler and Iren, of Boonville, are fuests of her parents, Mr. and Frank Lindsey. auto- her Selby, the Ford e dealer, of Washington ship, accompanied by his wife in Winslow Monday. One lot of men’s $2.50 elk skin shoes vsizes 6 to 10 at a special price of $2.00 at Lobbey’s. ........10c Pure jelly per glass .. Minute tapioca per box .........10c at Woodford’s. Jello, ice cream powder and junket tablets at Bearing’s Cash Grocery. D. W. Bell and Mrs. W. A. Iders spent Saturday and ly in Otwell the guests of 'Thomas and wife. L. H. Beardsley, of the firm of Kays & Beardsley, of Oakland City, was in Winslow on business Tuesday. __ Dr. T. D. McGlasson looked after business matters in Ev'ans-ville Monday. and for fresh Headquarters cured meats at Bearing’s Cash Grocery. 10 room patterns of high grade wall paper at special prices at Lobbey’s. “Uncle” Ben Hudson, the Boonville piano man, was here this week mingling with friends and talking piano. Louis Macarty, the tinner, will put that new roof on right and at the right price. He does the best guttering, too. le Hercules ball team, of Ev-ille, played the Tigers here ^ay,"" the score standing 8 to favor of the local ^eam. sam of Myrrh, for external >nly, for wounds and sores nan or beast, at Heuring’s rCsmith shop. Guaranteed. (*11, W^illiam Barrowman and thter Lillian were in Louis- mel last week attending the com-iment exercises of the Louis-medical college. of^ Hon. Thomas Taggert will be in: attendance at the DemocratSe cotinty convention Saturday-tel^honed Coupj^.. ck Át Hblion Wednesday was arranging to be present. Many .Pike county democrats have never met him and this will be their opportunity. ;;,3. Shumaker, superintendent anti-saloon league of Indill deliver'an address at the ’'c*jchurch Sunday morning at He Will go to Velpen in fcernoon "and address the thife M. E. church there Mr. Shumaker is a splen-iker¿ ’He has been here The following marriage licenses have been issued by the clerk since our last report: James Fair to Flora Brewster. George W. Beck to Flora Heath. Sam Chumbley who has been living in the west for several years past, is here this wéek the guest of his father John J. Chumbley and his brother G. B. Chumbley. ___ J. Z. Bell, of Algiers, was in town Tuesday. Mr. Bell is at traveling salesman for Hulmán & Co, and is one of the jolliest men on the road. ___ Joseph Arnold and wife left Tuesday for Delavan, 111., where they will spend the summer. Mr. Arnold has secured work there. They packed their household goods here where they will return for the winter. George W. Curtis of Mt. Vernon, will address the people at the Democratic convention next Saturday. The address will be delivered in the forenoon. Mr. Curtis is an -able speaker and every voter should manage to hear him. for Josiah Morton, candidate County Recorder, w’ishes to to his friends that he does want them to feel slighted cause he has not called them—he having made no say not be- upon can- ÁMidA pages Nate McKinney, of Hosmer, fell last. Thursday and broke his left thigh near the hip. He was making preparations to go to Petersburg to attend the Decoration Day exercises, he being a soldier of the civil war. The Patoka township common school commencement will be held at the Christian church in Winslow Tuesday evening, June 1&. Rev, Charles Whitman, of Indianapolis, will deliver the address. He is a very fine speaker and it will be worth while to hear him. Other interesting numbers are on the program. An admission fee of 10c will be charged |to meet the expense of the commencement exercises. S. J. Alexander. Two baseball games are sced-uled for Winslow. The Tenre Haute Walk-Overs will be here Landis Falls, 10 years old son of Dick Falls of Logan township, died Tuesday of lock jaw. The child- fell from a cherry tree Sunday and fell on a stubble where some sprouts had been cut and one of them pierced his flesh. Lock jaw set up and he died Tuesday. The funeral service was conducted Wednesday afternoon at Atkins chapel by Hev-Craig. Interment was made in the Atkins chapel cemetery. iSatcK-    faiduco    o«r eral, hews of the nation are there, the markets, the patterns, the short story, the kitchen cabinet, the Sunday school lesson and all the other features that can not be found in any other Pike county paper. Read it all over then com-» pare it with the other Pike county papers and note the difference. And The Dispatch costs no more than the others—$1 per year. vass—but wants their support convention day, so if possible be at Winslow, Saturday, June 8, 1912 Winslow needs a civic improvement society. Something that ^-cleajx . Where are you intending to get that hair cut, shampoo, massage, hair tonic or shave? Did we hear you say, of Pealie and Pet? Give us a trial, we’ll strive to please you one and all. Shop in Lobbey building, west of National bank. M. O. McKinney, Prop. Rev. R. M. Capehart, a former resident here and for three years pastor of the M. E. church, visited old time friends here last week. He was looking well and everybody was glad to see him. He filled the pulpit at the M. E. church Sunday and was received by the congregation with pleasure. He visited his sister, Mrs. Tilman Gray, of' Jefferson township, before returning to his home at Little York. Saturday and the Ohio Valley League team from Evansville will be here Sunday- These are both strong teams and lovers of base ball will miss something good if they fail to see these games. Lefty Smith will bp on the mound in both games for the locals and a couple of warm games are assured. The following transfers of real estate have been recorded In the office of the recordér of Pike county since our last report: Marcellus Hightower to William MUey, pt ne qr, sw qr, sec 11, tls, r9w, 2 acres.    „ Rosa Scott et al to Porter Pride, nw qr, ne qr, aw qr, sec 31, tin, r6w, 10 acres.    ^    i Edward WisemaA & w to Charles E. Jones, lots 93, 94 and 95 West Petersburg.    .    ,    j Joseph O’Brien, et al to Reed, CarlUle & Co., pt se qr, sec 27, tin, rSw, 2 acres. Thomas Reed and w to Matilda Carlisle, pt se qr, sec 82, tin, r8w. Heirs of Martha A. Church to Edward C. Johnson, surface, pt sw qr, sw qr, sec 12, t2s, r8w, 2 acres. James Fair and Mrs. Flora Brewster were married Saturday by ’Squire Monroe Spraggins. The ’Squire performed the ceremony in his best style. A wedding dinner was served in the afternoon and about twenty guests were present. Mr. Fair works at Ayrshire while the bride is well known about town, having been a resident here for many years Their many friends wish them a happy and prosperous married life. The Dispatch joins tending its best wishes. Round Trip $1.00—First of the season. Southern Railway exclusion to Evansville, Ind., Sunday, June 9th, 1912. Baseball game, Evansville vs Hopkinsville. Cooks Park open; Vaudeville and KryPs Famous Bohemian Band. River ex-, ccursion to . Henderson, -Ky:.,    25c. Schedule—Leaves Winslow 7:43 a. m. Arrives at Evansville, 10:15 a. m. /Leaves Evansville, 6:20 p. m. Arrives Winslow, 8:30 p. no. F'or further information call on M. J. Kemp, Agent, or write J. C. Beam, A. G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. in ex- The Masonic Grand Lodge was in session in Fndianapolis- last week. Arrangements are being completed for the building of a Masonic home to care for infirm members of the order and widows and orphans. An assesament of 25c on each member in the state was levied'last year and the fund has reached the $48,000 mark now. Just where the home will be established has not yet been determined. Several cities are bidding for it, the strongest ones being Jeffersonville and Crawfords- Thé coal mines adjacent to Winslow went to work Monday morning and this was good news tfeo the entire community. After suspension of work for two their premises, keep the grass and weeds down and the streets and alleys clean would be a wonderful help to the town from a standpoint of beauty and health. Fl:es don’t live except* where there is filth and if you want to get rid of the flies get rid Of the filth first. Let’s clean the town from one end to the other and make her a more beautiful sight for strangers and a more healthy place for us. months the big whistles pealed i^orth the work signal Saturday Afternoon and it was music to the ears of the entire community. Wtork was resumed on the basis tjJ pay every two weeks after the result of the referendum vote on •tbift subject was announced. The agreement signed between the miners and operators holds good for two years. The county council was in session nt the Auditor’s office Saturday on special call to make appropriations. A special appropriation was made of $5i0 for the bvdlding of a bridge in Madison township bu^ an appropriation for $22 asked for to pay the deputy for assessing Logan township in 1907 was rejected as was also the appropriation of $15 asked for the deputy assessor for assessing Washington township in 191L The council seemed to think that the assessing should be done within thé amounts prescribed by law and refused to make any further appropriation. Winslow had her usual decoration service Thursday and the day was duly reverenced. The exercises were held at the M. E. church in the forenoon and at the cemetery in the afternoon. The following is a list of the soldiers present; George P. Burch,. John A. Stephens, James M. Barnett, A. J. Simons, Sam Fettinger, F. M. Kerr, John F. Thomas, J. H. McConnell, Reuben Capehart, H. J. Wiggs, Abe Corn, David Welton, Logan Robling, Fred Stone, Spencer Gamble, Newton Jones, John J. Chu|nbley, Richard Burchfield, Joel Evans, Alex Heacock, Jesse Bryant and George Willis. Monday night was the time for the regular meeting of the town board but a quorum was' not present and the meeting was post-< poned until Tuesday evening when all members were present. The matter of the show ordinance was postponed until the July meeting. The following claims were paid: Dr, D. DeTar, trip to Indianapolis as member of the board of health, $10.00; Winslow Tlas Company, gas for month of May, $30.00; Hovey Beardsley, marshal for month of Biay, $40.00; Everett Millet, balance house rent for pest house, $9.00; J. M. Turpin, expense of trip to consult attorney P. C. Gould, $2.00. Southern Railway—Premier carrier of the South—Summer in the western North Carolina mountains. Most beautiful mountains in all America—Loftiest peaks eask of the Rockies. Including— “The Land of the Sky,” “The Sapphire Country,” “The Balsams.’ Greatly reduced Round trip tickets. Principal rfesorts; Asheville Waynesville, Balsfun, Hot Springs Black Mountain, Ridgecrest^ Hendersonville,. Lake Toxaway and Fairfield, Brevard,    Saluda, Flat Rock, and many other delightful places. Beautifully illus-traged booklets descriptive of this country and giving full information relative to hotels, boarding houses, etc., now ready for distribution. For detailed in-fonnation as to rates, schedules, etc.,' see any agent of Southern Ramray.—B. D. Stratton, D. P. A., Bváiwville, Ind. B. H: Todd, D. P. A., LouisvUle, Ky. T. J. Connell, D. P. A., St. hduis. Mo. J. C. A. Gé P. A.. St. Louis, Mo. Mary Ann Nolan, wife of John H. Nolan of Ayrshire, died Mon day forenoon after an illness of three weeks of dropsy. -She was 74 years old and was an excellent Christian lady, a member of the M. E. church- She was born in North Carolina but after her mar rlage to Mr. Nolan they moved to Kentucky. About ten years ago they moved to Ayrshire. She was the mother of ten children only one of whom, William R. No an of Ayrshire, survives her. The funeral service was conducted Tuesday .at the Ayrshire church The remains were brought to Oak Hills cemetery for interment. The Woman’s Foreign Missionary Society meets with Mrs. J. P. Wisdom today. This is the time for paying on the scholarship. The local society has a girl they are educating in China and have been paying the expense of her education for several years. The Democratic county convention will be held in Winslow Saturday. Democrats from every section of the county are making arrangements to be present and large crowd will be in attendance. There are several candidates for the various places on the ticket and a good natured rivalry is on among the candidates. Who will get any of the plácCT contested^ iaP' llT' flL "XhFi A big time is expected. Make yóur arrangements to be present and take part in the deliberations. Sunday Harrison Hall died morning at his home in Pikeville after a long illness of tuberculosis of the bone. He was a merchant of Pikeville and was a good man. He was aboqt fifty years old and is survived by a wife and seven children. With the assistance of his wife he has been conducting a store in Pikeville for several years. The funeral service was conducted at the Cup Creek church Monday, Ollie Kays conducting the short service. The remains were laid to rest in the Cup Creek cemetery. The county commissioners were in regular monthly jsession at the court house Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The session was an unusally busy one owing to the fact that a large number of claims were to be allowed. The registration boards were to be paid and a number of other matters to attend to. The pay of the inspectors of the registration boards was reduced to the very minimum. The inspectors filed bills for an average of three days but they were reduced considerable. The registration expense, including printing and all expense of holding the first registration in twenty-six precincts, totaled $595 in round numbers. Harley Kinman was awarded the contract for the construction of a concrete bridge in Madison township for $554. The Vincennes Bridge Co. was awarded the contract for the construction of two bridges in Logan township at a total expense of $450. These bridges have concrete abutments and concrete floors. The board accepted the vacation of a road In Madison township on the petition of P. P. Robling, ©t al. The viewers of this road were Grant Malott, Joe Willis and Jim Carr. Que Prank was awarded the contract for furnishing supplies to the poor farm for the coming quarter. WRUam Myers and Oliver Cox were appointed constables for Jefferson township. The rock road petition of John Crow, et al of Washington township, was accepted. The spring meeting of the Indiana Associated Weeklies, an organization of country newspapers-over the state of Indiana, was held at Morristown, Shelby county, Friday and Saturday. The meeting was held at Morristown on the invitation of Editor Ora McDaniel of the Morristown Sun and the business men of that thriving town. The invitation was extended last fall. And the newspaper men and their wives were truly the guests of the business^ men of the town and everything possible was done to make their visit pleasant during the two days’ stay. They were fed on the best Of the land and the land in and around Morristown is the best, oi^ at least as good, as the world affords. They were taken into) the homes and hearts of the people of the town jand given a royal welcome. An automobile drive of about twenty-five miles was furnished the visitors and the beautiful country displayed to them.. Seventeen automobiles were furnished by the people of the town and the ride was one of the moet enjoyable in the history of the oldest newspaperman. P#iday ev-’eveniM a banquet was held in the Odd Fellows’ hall at which a hundred and ten covers were laid. Editor McDaniel acted as toastmaster and toasts were given by a number of the business men and the editors present. The banquet was one of the most enjoyable to those present they ever sat down to* A guinea dinner was set at the home of Editor and Mrs. McDaniel and it was a very enjoyable affair. Morristown is twenty-five miles south-east of Indianapolis and has more civic pride than any town the writer has ever been in. Every street and alley was clean and every lawn in good condition. The town has twenty-eight flowing wells, a fine sehool building, beautiful residences and business blocks. The editor of The Dispai^h was elected President of the Association for the coming year. The Editor of The Dispa&h and wife were accóm-pamed to IforristoWn by Mr, and . r % Mm and~ Mrs. Lsvoy Peaxing, proprCi^. tors of ]>e«irlng*s CNtsh Grooery, &

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