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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - June 13, 1919, Winslow, IndianaThe VOLUME 22WINSLOW. PIKE COUNTY, INDIANA. FRIDAY MORNING; JUNE 13, 1919 NUMBER r4 Castor oil at Everett's. Dispatch office for Notary work. Pinto beans 10c per pound at Rob- ling's. ^_ Tankage at our feed store. Klus-meier. New line of fountain syringes at Everett’s. Mrs. Moody Kemp spent Wednesday in Evansville. For Sale—Top boggy in good repair. George Schiller. L. E. Miley was in Indianaplois this week on business. - Pickled meat 35c per pound, street’s butcher shop. Stone- Ladies' silk gloves, hosiery and'underwear at Wisdom’s. Paxton fancy red beans, per one pound can, 10c at Robling’s. For Sale or Trade—7 years old mule good work animal. Arch Doerges. For Sale—7 ft. Osborne binder as good as new. Price right. Archie Hamm. Dr. Green’s improved sarsaparilla, guaranteed for rheumatism. Everett’s Rexall Store. Mrs. Lottie Davis, south of town, visited her sister, Mrs. Kate Arnold in town Monday. extracted For Sale—W. E. Miller’s honey in glass jars at 25c per pound at Wisdom’s 10c Store. George Hargrove was here last week visiting his sister, Mrs. E. P. Richardson, Jr., south of town. W. A. Barrowman looked af^er business for the Barrowman garage in Evansville Friday and Saturday. Child- Special prices on la(jie8 and ren’s hats for one week only, beginning Saturday, June 14th. Ursa Bell. DeWald Tyring and family of Lockhart township, were in Winslow Monday looking after business matters. We have a complete line of the very best tillage implements. We invite inspection. Cooper’s Hardware Store. Zack Tate and wife of Marion township, were in Winslow Saturday, attending to business and mingling with friends. John T. Conner, a leading farmer of Monroe township, was in town on business Saturday. He purchased a new Ford frdm the McCord garage. Woodrow, a standard bred jack 15| bands high will serve jennets at my harn, 3 miles west of Stendal at $25 for jack colts and $15 for a jennet. D. R. Henning. _ A woman wants to know how to con trol her fifteen-year-old son, who wont mind a word she says. This lady is asking for information about fifteen years too late. The Winslow ball team will go to Elberfeld next Sunday. Elberfeld is said to have a strong team which makes fans feel that an interesting game will be played. Mrs. Tom Tibbett and daughter Mary are here from Illinois visiting her brother, J. D. Arnold and family and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arnold in Mpnroe township. Abner McAllister, a good farmer of Lockhart township, was attending to business matters in > town Saturday.-He was accompanied by his son Perry who is home for the summer. Rev. and Mrs. D. W. Noble spent Wednesday in Rockport attending thle district Epworth League conventon. They were accompanied by Misses Anna Wisdom, Murel Robling and Imogens Robling. Mrs. Lafe Miley, a highly respected lady of Jefferson township, died Sun day morning after an- illness of sever, al weeks. She was 59 years, 2 months and 23 days old and is survied by the husband and one daughter. Deceased was a splendid lady who had the respect and esteem of all who knew her. The,funeral service was held Monday, the remains being taken to the Pablic cemetery for interment. Clarence Bellamy and Minnje Marshall, prominent young people of Ayrshire, were married l^esday afternoon at the Clerk’s office in Petersburg, Rev. MeClung performing tbs cm-mony. They drove to Pptersbnrg and after taking out the license called in the preacher. The groom is employed on the Ingle system and is a splendid young mail. He is industrkms, sober and will make ’a ^lendid home. The bridéis the accomplished daughter of the late William MsrMiall. She has been employed at the li^le Supply Ga store for several years where sbe made iiHiiy friends by her pleasant mansar. fiSW baa sU the qualities W tbs mabifHT •f« a^lsadld iioaaewifs. Tbe Diabsteh «eociMlstioas an«’.beib.«^* Fresh salted peanuts-at Wisdom’s. A nice line of fancy stationery at Everett’s. .    _ Head rice, 15c per pound at Mc Laughlin’s. “Happy Vale*’ apricots, per can 30c at Robling’s. Canned prunes, 10c seller, 2 for 15c. McLaughlin’s. at our Our customres can get ice Ayrshire store. Klusmeier. and Will Basil Johnson and wife Willis and wife were in Jasper Monday. Iron beds, bed springs and a full line of furniture. Cooper’s Hardware Store. For Sale—Playerphone been used but a short time and as good as new. Sam Newton. ■S'-." Íí'. Mrs. Ella Whitman of Oakland City visited Will Davis and family, south of town, Sunday. Don’t forget that we are in the ice business and can furnish ice at all times. Klusmeier. Call us when you want an auto and driver for any trip, long or short. Everett Fettinger. The Patoka ball team will play Augusta at Arthur Sunday, June 15th. Admission 25c. Ladies free. Mrs. Joe Snyder and baby left Tues day for Louisville where they will visit with relatives for three weeks. Booth Spradley and family of Monroe township, were in town Saturday, trading and mingling with friends. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Barnett are visiting their grandson. Fred Hollon and wife in Detroit, Michigan, this week. Binder For Sale—I have a 7-ft. Plano binder for sale. Has been used very little. Price very low. C. D. Henke, Stendal, Ind^_ ^ Miss Estel Bristow who has been spending the winter with her sister. Mrs. Stokley Robertson at Monticello. Indiana, is home for the summer. Soap Special—Beginning Saturday, June 7th, for one week, we will seH Bwift’s White soap. Bob White soap and' White Flyer soap at 5c per bar. Robling’s Store- Mr. and Mrs. D. R Henning, prominent people of Lockhart township, are rejoicing over the arrival of a big boy at their house Friday. They have named him Jack. Rough Lumber—I have a saw mill on the old fair ground site. Will saw anything wanted in rough lumber. Give me your order now so that I may be able to fill it while the mill is running. Gilbert McCord. Augustk boasts a live ball club this season. Next Sunday the Patoka team will visit Arthur and cross bats with them there. The game is expected to be hotly contested and will be witnessed by many fans from here. The United States mints at Philadelphia and Denver have been working over time to coin pennies fast enough for the public. Since tbe war tax on drinks . at the soda fountains enough pennies can hardly be coined to meet the demand. The Winslow base ball team went to Patoka Sunday and won the game from the team there the score standing 9 to 0. A large number of fans accompanied the team. All pronounced the-game exciting. The trip was made in automobiles. For Sale—My 20 acre farm 2J miles south of Winslow on rock road. Good 8 room faou'ée, good barn, all kinds of fruit, plenty of water, good truck patches, already planted. 8 acres of new timothy bay, 2 acres corn planted. Splendid location near mines. Xll goes to buyer, possession any time. Terms— 1-3 cash; balance on easy payments. Would take good team or stock as part or would rent to right party. „ See S. L. Reed. Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan ratified the federal suffrage amendment Tuesday and a special session of the New York legislature was called for Monday night, June 16th, to ac]^ Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, president of the National Suffrage association has sent tel^rams to the governors of twenty-two states urging them to call special sessions of their legislatures to i^t on the amendmenL No Ohio, Valley étates are included in the list. Illinois ñolds tbe honor of being the first state to ratify the amendnMmt. The senate approved the amendiBefit ananimoasly while tbe vote in the house was 't9¿ t9 8. The Wisoohsto ^gislatoFe was the^ second to sot, ts^ng action wflliln an boiiaand a half alltar the    al^ samWy. Tba ItÜksanaln ssffaia ^tsd » ta 1 and^hMMü tag to ttoa. thaidilll^liMliMaiwaswMtad Rugs at Cooper’s'Hardware Store. Those famous RexaU remedies at Evet'ed’s.    ' Bull Head' oysters, 17c per can, at Robling's. All kinds Everett’s. of shoe polishes at Birdseye flour, that good flour, $1.^ per sack. McLaughlin’s. Use aluminum ware and get it of us. Cooper’s Hardware Store. Best canned corn 20c per can. Laughiin, successor to Woodford. Me- very best kind, your order. D. Binder twine of the See us before placing H. Thiry Co. We have three cars in auto livery service. Call on us any'hour, day or night. Everett Fettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Snyder accompanied by A. Bass and Mrs. Mary Katter-jobn drove to Evansville Sunday in the Snyder car. The best mowing machine on the market is on display at my shop. Price is $75 00. Come and see it before you buy. F. E. Heuring. Ed Green suffered a badly mashed finger while at work in No. 7 mines Friday- He was working' with a ma- X dandy 30c coffee at McLaagfailn’s. leans “Abe Martin’’ ¿anned pump-kig 25c at Robling’s. Ice cream and all kinds of cold drinks at uur Ayrshire store. Klusmeier. Eost—Dog harness and ring full of ke|N. Finder return to Roscoe DeTar. |iow Is your chance to get an up-to-da^s hat at almost one-half price. Ursa Before you buy life insurance investigate the merits of the Metropolitan. G^rge E. Brewster, Agent. Betting killed in an automobile accident is rather common. A moat up-to-date method is by falling out of an aeroplane. There is nothing more eervicable than the right kind of a kitchen cabinet- We have the right kind. Cooper’s HiMKiware Store. means a lot less agravation in basrvest time to have good binder twine. 1 have McCormick twine at 25c per pound. F. E. Heuring. Gall at Everett’s store when you want to make an auto drive. We are ready to do auto livery at any hour. day ornight. Everett chine at the time of the accident. Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Wood of Ft. Branch, Were here Sunday. Rev. W’ood delivered a spiendid address at the Men’s meeting at the Baptist church in the afternoon. H. C. Lett of Otwell, of the firm of Cbaille & Lett,distributors of Cbrevolet automobiles f¿r Pike county, was looking after business matters and greeting friends in Winslow Tuesday. W. W. Jones, wife and son Robert, Ben Harmon and family. Mark Mod- esitt and family of Brazil, motored to Winslow Saturday afternoon and visit ed with Mr and Mrs.' M. C. Rosen-' braugh until Monday. For Sale—16 acres land, near Arthur. Some new ground, 10 acres planted in corn, good building site on good road. Will seH crop and ground together. Payment down balance easy terms. See S. L. Reed. Some people never band in an item of news for publication, but if we happen to miss an item in which they are interested they are sure to hand us k north pole stare that would freeze the liver of a polar bear. ^ Mrs. W. J. Cooper was operated on Monday at an Evansville hospital. Mr. Cooper, Mrs. Ed Brewster and Dr. George DeTar were present at tbe time of the operation. Reports from' the hospital say she is getting along nicely. A Chautauqua meeting was held Monday evening at which arrangements were begun on this year’s program. Another meeting will be held next Monday evening at 8 o’clock. Every person who signed tbe contract and any others interested in the community is expected to attend tbe next Monday night meeting. Samuel Fettinger who has been sick at his home north of town for several weeks, was in town Monday. It was his first appearance in town for many weeks. Mr. Fettinger has been a prominent figure at the Decoration Day meetings for many years but was not able to be here this yeari His many friends are glad to know tt^it be is improving and able to come to town. There has been more remodeling, repairing and painting in Winslow this spring than in any other season. As one passes along the streets of town almost every- block shows either a new bonae or one remodeled or repainted. Our people take a pride in their homes which makes this community just a little better <Aie to live in than mpst any other place. We are pleased to note tbe progress that has been ma^e this spring and trust it will continue. A little New York boy Ifrom the e^t side went to France early in the war. During one of the battles ha was hit by a shell and mortally wounded. It was evident, when he reached tbe hospital, that be could Ifve but a short tima- He waa lying on his little white bed nearly gone when one of his “pals” liappened along. Stooping over the boy he whispered, “Jimmy, where wtte yoa4iit?” Jimmy opened bis ey«iBMd answereit. “I was bit at my poet.” Wfth these words on his lipa he died. Clover Hay for Sale—About 20 tons of extra fine clover hay in tbe windrow, next week, $7.50 per ton. Call John Q- Alexander on Winslow exchange, 80^, If you have not seen our line of new rugs you have missed something. Sotae of the prettiest room size pat-teiba you have ever seen. Inspect .them any di^,^ Cooper’s Hardware Store. Mrs. Doll Ireland went to Great Lakes naval training station Saturday night to spend a few days with her SOD Horace who is soon .to leave the training station for duty assignment. Grow two stalk's this year where one grew last year and do it by using commercial fertilizer. I have a car of that celebrated Bowker brand. Now is the time to plan for spring planting. John Hogan. yr Some one stole Isaac Royalty'^^s new Forf automobile which he left standing in the street in Oakland City Saturday night. Mr. Royalty and bis son Paul weht to Oakland City Saturday night aíiiílteft the car on the street. When they went to come home the car could not be found. A search was at once started for the missing car. It is a new car. having been run but a few jveeks. Don’t stand around on street corners and growl at the weather, but milk your cows, or, in other terms, do what your hands may find to do. You will fare much better, be healthier and more contented and have far greater poanbilities of becoming a millionaire doing something for smáll pay than doing nothing and squandering the little you have. The Patoka river dredge case will start Monday, Jane 23rd when Judge Ward of Winchester will he here to start the case. This is a proposition to dredge Patoka river beginning at the Winslow bridge. It- has been in coprt for better than two years and interests more people, perháps^ than any other case that baa been filed in Pike county. The trial will be attended by many people. It la freely predicted that several weeks wilt be occnpied ftying the case. Althougtra city of conventfoqa. Indianapolis ie being shown the greatest time in the faiitory of tbe city this week wbilf* the imperial Shrine convn-eatidh of North Aroeria is-in session there. Thirty thousand Nobl^ of the Ancient Arabic Order* Nobles of the Mystic ShrineBare there* They are having a grand time. Thonsanda of dollars were spent in decorations. Bert Kemp, one of iTke' county’s leading Shriners, is attending. Sert recently latamed from overseas. A deal was doted Saturday «iBbming by which the Woodford store for pi* moat forty years a fixture in «Wiqslow, pasB^ into other hands. Mr. E. J. McLaughlin of Otwell is the purchaser. The store was sold on account of Mi^ Woodford’s health. He was compelled to seek a change of elimaterand went seme weeks ago to Colorado. Mrs. Woodford and tbe children will go as soon aa she can fin^ winding d^^Uieir affairs here. Mr. MeLanghlin is so stranger behind a connter, having baen for eight yeere wHb thd Craig the atore «leoff tbe tame gen-eri^Ueee «I It Btnseeiy xan. apparently satisfied in the knowleda»ptM^ la Otwell. He will endeavor te that he had been “Idt at hia post. What more glyri^t <toatfa Ja tiHM fp# any man thiin being “Mt dt Tbe world or wenan who dafts, who «r bar poet    of    v peep. Slieh    poel^~«o edidt -the pbiltieft ftt > tee Ttap? held tbe eiifdldfpee of th« tide §e«tiea of Useespintr jb eblld «an dofe Florence oil stoves at Cooper's. Red Pimientos. 20c per can at Rob-ling’s. . Notice the millinery ad in this weeks Dispatch. The reduced prices will interest you. Ursa Bell. John Powers, a first class farmer of north of town, wfts attending to bdslness matters in Winslow Tuesday. There will be an ice cream sapper at Arthur. Saturday, June 14th. Plenty of refreshments. Public. invited. Claude Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Jenkins and children Clarice and Byron of Oakland City, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis of Muren, Sunday. We have just received the finest new line of iron beds ever shown in this section. Come and see them. Cooper, Hardware and Furniture. For Sale—87 acres of land on which is a good 5 room bouse. miles south of Winslow on pablic highway. Will make terms. Price is cheap in order to close up Hathaway estate. Fred Hathaway. ' Mr. and Mrs. Everett McLaughlin of Otwell, were here Sunday visiting their son Harvey McLaughlin and family. Their son Norel who is attending school at Bloomington and Mary Rhodes Were with them. The annual decoration of Winslow lodge of Knights of Pythias was largely attended Sunday afternoon. An able address was given by Rev. E. M. Hale at the Methodist church. The graves of all deceased members were decorated with appropriate ceremony at Oak Hills cemetery. Gib Tincher, with score of 218, has been awarded the Marksman medal of tbe Winchester Junior Rifle Corps. Everett Fettinger has been appointed local represetantive of the organization. Boys and girls interested should apply to him for information. Young Tincher is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Tincher, south of town on tbe Augusta road. Nettie Livermore has filed suit against Charley Livermore asking for a divorce and that be be made support their three children. Sbe says be de serted her. Bessie Spaw has filed suit against Floyd Spaw for divorce alleging that he deserted her. John P. Aders files suit for divorce against his wife Mary Aders. Tbe cases are scheduled for the next term of court. Ot CMi town ai Those people who live in tolvn and buy everything they eat have been very much worried about the price of fruits. Strawberreis and cherries have been almost prohibitive for canning purposes. But the same people have a consolation in the. egg price Eggs went from 42c to 26c in a few days. Looking back a tew years 25c for eggs seems very high bat eggs at 25c is the cheapest eating for the folk^ who buy everything they eat. Tbe Evansville college will open for business this fall. Preparations are being made now for the opening. A number of the members of the faculty have been selected as well as temporary quarters. This college will be a valuable addition to southwestern Indiana as it will afford a place for our ycmng folks to get a college training without being so far fropi home. The prospect is now for a large attendance at the <mening this iFalL.    ^ John Culberson died Monday i^brning at two o'clock at tbe home of his son Riley Culberson In Hosmer after an illness of about six weeks. His home was Vincennes bathe was here visiting with his son when he took sick. Deceased waa 67 years old and had been married three times. Surviving is tbe widow and three children. He was a well known citizen of Vinoennes whose death will foe mourned by many friends. The remains were taken Tuesday to Viceannes for burial. Of the ball game played at Patoka by the Winslow team Sunday, the Patoka correspondent to the Princeton Democrat had the following article: “The Jinx was with tbe Patoka team Sunday. Manager Tnrptn offers no other excnse for losing tbe game to Winslow by the score of 9 to 0—a bitter pill to swallow alter having established such a good record, but as afme-said there waa the Jinx. The Winslow team is a real tb!h|; In tbo bsse BaH line and it was this aaaae aggregatioB that walloAed PhtanhufK * Sttiteiy.    Ijiii»    teak    eteAHntf. For Sale—Good riding cultivator* D. E. Hicke. Jap Rose, thé best per bar at Robling’s. toilet soap, lOe Wanted, an editor who can read, write and argue politics, and at the same time be religioas, funny, scientific and historical at will, write to please everybody, know everything without asking or being told, always having something good to say about everybody else, live on wind and make more money than enemies. For such a man a good opening will be made in the (grave yard). He is too good to live. Tbe commencement exercises of the Velpen high school will be held ih tbe M. E. church in Velpen, Saturday, June 21st. The address will be delivered by Ljeutanent W. E. Treanor who recently returned from overseas. Tbe high school graduates are Lillian Lindsey, Noble Heilman, Mary E. Morgan and Clyde Myers. The common school graduates are Clesta Smith, Edith Stin-son, Syble Corn, Gladys Day and Herbert Howard. . ftatteNd «uhéT Mm mim Experts have figured that the potato is designed to take a great place In the world. They have figured out that it will not be long until alcohol, will be used for motive power instead of gasoline. A- bushel of potatoes will produce a gallon of alcohol. It is no common thing to produce a hundred bushels of potatoes on an acre of ground, so when the cars are propelled by alcohol instead of gasoline aa experts have figured out will be the case, potatoes will be in demand more than ever. One pushing, advertising merchant does more to bring thrift into a community than fifty who huddle by their stoves and wait for business to be brought to them by the energy of some one else. A dozen live business men reselling out in the by-ways and hedges'for business can make any town hum with prosperity, and the town owes them much for the hustle and bustle within its borders Don’t be a sponge and simply absorb; show a little enterprise and a spirit of helpfulness in the town where you live, and to some extent join hands with others in keeping ycur town to the front- and celebrated their 80th wedding anniversary. Their twelve children were* air present. A big dinner was served to about 81 persons. After dinner Rev. C. Eads delivered a sermon, bis snbjecta was “For mapy as are led by tbe spirit of God, they are tbe sons of God.” Those present were Edd Gremi and family, Carl Erwin and wife. John Lewis and family, Claude Beadles and family, Willie Beadles and wife, James Nash and family, Ed Lynch and family." Joseph Morton and family, Ralph Brittain and fámily, James Morton and family, William A. Morton ánd famihr, Thomas Mohtgomery and family. Henry Ashby and family. May and Gertie Richeson, Gladys Coleman. Maggie Harrell. Hopie Beadles, James Bryant and* wife, Lloyd Bonenberger and wife, Mrs. Fred Garland and children, Wash Morton and children, Clark Morton and family. ^All reported a good time.    XX Day before yesterday a perfectly nice lady called up and with tears in her voice reproved us for not mentioning the fact that she had a friend visiting her last wMk. We told her that she had not let us know that she had a visitor. Then she said, “Weil, yon shouki have known. I thought yon were running á newspapsr.” Wonlita’t that rattle your statsT Soinq psopto think that an editor oui^it tojb4 n between Argus and Anna Htai 9isy. They teem to think ttmt oar fieo senses are aagmented by a sixth that li^ta .ns knqw everythiat: that bappena. If we aee. bear, feel.^    or »Mm it not Dear lady, l^ws ara Wn$y tetek, or at liast atete bosMau M mbam a mrnM eMtiiic yon» if • -nr bbve rsunned tasRi. If ^ebinla -ei liptu» M • /I Before putting the new bay into yonr barn this year be sure to sweep the loft clean, ridding the loft of all the remnants of the old hay. Eve»* the dust and chaff should be cleaned from the loft before potting in the new hay. And new hay should never be put in with old hay. By following this practice you wiH lessen the liability of a fire. We have it on good authority of a man who has watched these signs for many years and he says that if this rule is followed we will have many less barn fires. The old chaff which always contains more or less seed is valuable on the ground besides and should be used. A large crowd gathered at tbe hom^ of William Beadles and wife Sunday ai r, •

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