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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - June 14, 1912, Winslow, Indiana The Winslo I)ispa.tch. VOLUME 15 ^^ORNlNG. JUNE 14. 19H ir oil at Everett’s Get fish from John Batson. Fruits and cigars at Butler’s. New 5* and ~lór”st^^ in town. S. E. Fowler. ^_ Gingham underskirts, good values at 50c. Toggery Shop. Clellie McCord is visiting relatives in Kentucky this week. Greer-Wilkinson Lumber for brick and gravel. For Saí^^^^QÜí¿k"^ñ^áT gasoline ran^e. Mrs. Edward Whitman. Fancy waists and skirts at Toggery Shop. Sarsaparilla at Everett’s. Night dresses at Toggery Shop. Go to Butler’s restaurant for a good lunch.    . If you ”wái^t~¡”¿hóí^ steak or roust, get it at __ See Company New potatoes, cabbage and green I beans at Woodford’s. Fancy, 25c Lisle half hose for 2oc per pair at Lobbey s. It pays to watch our Saturday specials. Toggery Shop. A few 25c brooms. at Bearing’s Cash Grocery. Wool WantedllwT^ay the high- Chick feed    est    market    price    tor    wool.    C.    W. at Bearing’s Cash Grocery Paint ”^ur house"^th “Old Kentucky Home” paint. Evere Lost-Gold AVatch Fob attached. Finder return to Roscoe BeTar. John E. Steinkamp, was in Winslow on business Tues Jean._____ If you are going to build or r pair see Greer-Wilkinson Lumber Company._______ Ora Pancake, of Madison, IH-t was home this week visiting relatives and friends.__ Batson has fresh fish every day. “Pap” Sims attended the convention Saturday.__ Ginghams, percales, prints and muslins at Toggery Shop. See the bargains on our 5 and 10c counter. S. E. Fowler. Palm leaf fans 3 for 5c at Woodford’s. Summer'shirts with separate collars to match at 75c^t^ Lobbey s Boiled ham, smoked ham, minced ham at Bearing’s Casj^ Grocery. Robert B^^^T^i^^rTSh^ulders and J. C. Bass, of Arthur, were in town Saturday.^^___ Miss Lula Briggs is visiting relatives and friends in Cannelton this week^____ Make your furniture new by using our high-class varnish stains ^    __ Guaranteed -Id tableta at Bv- erett’s. Try a box. No no pay._______ 15 per cent off on all suits in th® houac. D.’b. Kaplan, the one price clothier.___ Thomas Lowe, a roe township cltisen, was ,n Wms low on huainess Tuesi^y- Mrs. B. K. Podd, of Sheridan, k“ is here visiting rela«vea and Iriends in Monroe township. Bearing’s Cash Grocery. Our prices are right on Mason iars. Bearing’s Cash Grocery. Our Saturday Special-100 yds apool sUk thread, regular 10c val ue for 5c, all colors. Toggery Shop. James Brady Dorsey, Wes Welton, W H. Wood and Logan Harmon, prominent Sugar Ridge farmers, were in town Saturday. j. w. M^C^Ídl^íT^nday and severely strained himself. In go- Obed Church and Matthew Mac er prominent citizens of Littles, were in Winslow Saturday For Saí^^^^íT'^í'l^esh milch c¿ws, 2 to 6 years old. See Herman Bryant at Ingle farm. of Rev F H. Wood and wife, < Howell, are here this week visit-Sg her sister, Mrs. T. C. Nelson and other relatives and friends. Jenneta Cox, a prominent lady of the north-west part of the township was looking after husi-ness matters in and liquid veneer. Everett’s. Fresh cakes at Woodford’s. Get your tea for ice tea at Woodford’s. W T. W’oodford and family and Miss Mary Woodford were in Evansville Sunday visiting relatives and friends. wife and Boonville, Thomas Kessler, daughter Nellie of spent Sunday here the guests of relatives and old time frieilds. For Sale—6-room >house and 2 acres of ground, good water, sut- pay the highest price for C. W. Jean. ir let your chickens die of See Everett.    • ile_43ood cow and calf. O. Kantz farm. Uice prices on all odds and )f Qjrfords at Lobbey’s. rice, nickel a pound at Bearing’s Cash Grocery. I our 50c kimonas Toggery Shop. TJLl^fó^^ñd"^ai¡7^1y killers ^“^ at Bearing’s Cash Grocery. cent off on all Suits in ise. B. L. Kaplan, the one [felothier.    ____ Í. Welton, a prominent farm-j^ear Littles, was in town on Wednesday. H. Borsey and son, of Cato, were attending the ^^k>n in town Saturday. L Coleman, one of this town-pioneers, was in Winslow ig after business Monday.* irge Hargrove^ of Terre s¿ ls visiting his brother, John réíve and family, south of Today is Flag Bay. Everett’s ice cream parlor. Try one of Woodford’s picnic hams to boil. Paints, oils and Greer-Wilkinson’s. varnishes at See our voile robes latest creations. Toggery Shop. Men’s white canvas oxfords at Lobbey’s. We have the finest 5 and 10c store ever in this town. S. E. Fowler. ______ One lot of men’s $2.50 elk skin shoes sizes 6 to 10 at a special price of $2.00 at Lobbey’s Marion and Bick Bass, prominent southern Pike county democrats, were in town Saturday attending the convention__ Misses Grace Pipes and Gertrude Taylor spent Saturday and Sunday in Washington. Miss Taylor returned MoYiday to her home in Cynthiana after a pleasant here. NLJMBER 14 Why sew—call at Toggery Shop. Concrete barn pillars at Greer- Wilkinson’s.____ If you want good coffee always go to Woodford’s. When in Winslow stop at C. W. Butler’s restaurant. Our line of ready to wear is Complete. Toggery Shop. Pasco red syrup per gal. 40c at Bearing’s Cash Grocery. S. B. Amos and Robert Endomd-son, prominent citizens of Algiers, were in Winslow Saturday. visit is, Catt, a prominent demo-pf'ciay township, was in town fi^y seeing the sights at the Winslow Friday. C M. Riley, one of this to\vn- ship’s prominent democratic workers, was in town Saturday taking an active part in the convention. with Mm throw-in ft him to the ground. electric Cox and son were among Madison township crowd ^    were    in Winslow Saturday. Where are you intending to get ^    that    hair    cut, shampoo, massage, hair tonic or shave? Bid we hear -    ^u    say, of Pealie and Pet? Give us atrial, we’ll strive to please you one and all. Shop m building, west of National bank, building, ^    ^ McKinney, Prop of steps one of the Lost-Hind end gate of new Studebaker wagon on last Sunday somewhere between Cato and t depot in Winslow. Finder will please leave at Bispatch office or with George Montgomery. Bloater ^^on, Uttli one-year Old son of Mat Burton and wife of Madison township, died    J of tuberculosis. The «nneral service was conducted Monday, m terment being made in the Anderson cemetery coh|f40ition. ficient outbuildings and good cel- Close to mines and ideal Terms easy. L. E. and wife, lar. place to live, Hurt. _____________ It is worse than useless to take any medicine internally for mus cular or chronic rheumatism. All that is needed is a free appliea-tion of Chamberlain’s Liniment. For sale by all dealers. The eight months old infant of Mr. and Mrs. John Hope,of Elber-feld, was brought to the Williams cemetery in this township Monday for interment. The died of whoopini: cough.    ^ - Pilot disc cultivator, |“eguTk^ $34 cultivator which I offer « Kammerer Maude Hargrove and Nettie WilNr^Pent Sunday in pansville viBlL,ag relatives and friends. Blsám of~^rrh,^7^ external usejK only. Lost—Pocket-book, on Monday somewhere between Thiry’s ^ore in Winslow and my home. Contained $11 in money and 25c in Canadian script. Finder leave at Bispatch office. John Hargrove. George LTwrni^TsT^ Chappell, R. M. Gray, Br. Clarence Abbott, Everett McLaughlin, Milt McLaughlin, R. V. Willis, Trustee^ Art Whitehead, Frank Thomas, Editor Elmo Wilson, and County superintendent Andy Jewell, of Jefferson township, were in Winslow Saturday. --- Lockwood of Marion 10 room patterns of high ^grade wall paper at special prices ’ at Lobbey’s. A. J. Lo^ess, P. R. Miller, Guy Blaize and George Loveless, of Logan township, were in Winslow Saturday. ----- Emma Brenton died Saturday night at the home of her son Pet er Brenton in Washington township. She was 78 years old and was a highly respected lady. Two children, a son and a daughter, survive her. The funeral service was conducted Sunday 3, White church by Elder John win. The remains were interred in the White church cemetery. the ing shown at Spraggms , who palace theatorium this    ‘ ers of good pictures are quite a treat in the excellent of ferings. The light is excellent and all theVictures are worth seeing. Lewis W S. Corn, Otto Bauermeister, Frank Corn, L N. Barrett, Hugo Hartke, J. S. Barrett, Guy Bar- The Pike county teachers’ institute will be held in Winslow the week of September 9 to 13. Th instructors will be one from the Perdue university who    not yet been named, Pres, and Mrs W. P. Bearing of Oakland City and C H. Bean of Terre Haute. County superintendent Jewell is preparations for a big ‘"f Ld has secured some splendid speakers for the occasion. Mayor Shank, of IndianapoUs, launched his Boom for the republican gubernatorial nomination at rett, John Barrett, H. W. Nuhr-ing. Trustee Fred J. Corn and Albert Usery were among those from Lockhart township who attended the convention in Winslow Saturday.___ Hon. Henry J. Wiggs, one of the pioneer democrats of this township, was in attendance at the convention Saturday and took an active interest in' various matters. He was feeling better than he has been for some months past an his enthusiasm was high as ever. He was accompanied by jiis daughter. Miss Alice Wiggs. $29.oa. Leverless. :a land roll^ «aade which I offer at $21.00. F. E. Heuring. Saturday evening is a regular meeting of Winslow lodge of Masons. There will be work in the E. A. degree and all members are requested to be present. Visiting brethern always welcome. Floyd F. Oursler, Secretary. The following marriage licenses have been issued by the clerk since our last report: Bavis to Mattie Mc- for wounds and sores on W or beast, at . Heuring’s blaeki^ith shop. Guaranteed. B P. English^ a leading repub-licMÍ ot Monroe township, was in WidÉlow Saturday taking lessons at the conventioh and incidentally layiXig Bome raUs bn his political fenee for the nomination for re-coi^ on the itepublican ticke*^ Praii^>^'Pergu8on, W. H L'. H, "SValker, Garfield L. 3. i^frrmer, Sam ue, Jpe- Bope, ffefr Were among ^ose ¿om Monroe township who Winslow Saturday. George _____ that he will not accept the says and'T r Li Mitehell last Saturday the declaration that    5,®“ an* democrat that liVea. contidence of the mayor in him-•self is characterUtic but it is hoped that 11 he la elected he wUl pay more attention to the Jot ttan has charactmzed his Incumbency ot the mayor a ol-(ice This seems to be the great ohjicUon to the    TiSl or and his administration Is m^t ihg with much criUcism *or ttis ^e reason.- Petersburg Press e (Rep.) 4* Following is the program of the commencement exercises of tne Monroe township public schools to be held at the M. B. church m Spurgeon, ■ W.ednesday evening, June 19th, 1912: March -    -    -    Miss FergHBon Marcn    Wehb Invocation -    "    , V  ___ Glass Address -    -    - Class Au    Charles Whitman Valedictory -    -    Vivian    Parmer Presentation of Biplomas -    - - County Superintendent Benediction -    Rw. Simmons The graduates are: Thelma Tevault, Lyman By^r> Gale Montgomery, John T. Ma-*on, Rosa Shephard, Blanch Baker Lucy Ambrose, Mertie Arvil Ferguson, Harry Prance, Alvin Humphrey, Vivian Praer, Hattie Paries, Ah Wiggs, Otlmllo Skinner, Ployd Jordan, Alvla Curry, Delta M. Wilder. Sim Mason, one of Monroe township’s foremost citizens and prominent democrats, was attendmg the convention in Winslow Saturday. Mr. Mason is one of the of Monroe township and has heia his age as well as any man in the county. He was taking an active part in the proceedings of the convention and was pointed out as one of the youngest old men on the grounds. County Auditor, John B. Gray^ has completed the June settlement. This shows all the momes received for taxes for the ^various funds paid in as first in-Btallment of 1911 taxes and delm-quents. The following is the Claude Cormack. Bavid Abell to Fannie Quacken- bush. ____ W. E. Kays last week purchased the store of Elsworth Houchin m Pikeville and has taken charge. Mr. Kays is a hustling young man and will make a success m Pikeville. It is a good trading ^mt and he has a nice store. Mr. Houchin will go on the road for wholesale house of Evansville. The remains of Victor R. lins were brought to Sunday night from Famrnount.m. where the deceaaed met    deat in a raUroad accident. He was a of the late Orlando Shady and was 28 years old. The funeral service was conducted from the Baptist church in Be^rs-burg Monday by Rev. Emory WÜ1 lis. Interment was made in Walnut Hill cemetery. The Pike county association for the study and prevention of tuberculosis was organized in Pe tersburg Monday Henry Moore, organizer for the state, society was present completed the organization. It is organization under the direc- were in __ There is one madicine that every family should be provided with and especially during the summer months; viz, Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Biarrhoea 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^_______ James RTch^^T^ne ^ the substantial farmers of Washingto township and one of the prominent democrats over there, was in Winslow Saturday attending the convention. Mr. sick all winter and his many friends were glad to see to be out to the convention as things might not have gone off so nicely without him Republican nomination for gover nor unless he is given a county option platform to stand on. His chief opponent, Shank of Indianapolis, doesn’t care a hoot about the platform. He declares that what he is after is the “salary .that goes with the job.” Among the Marion township citizens in Winslow Saturday was noted William Survant, Trustee James S. Ridge, W. F. Risley, Jonos Kemp, Sam Inman, Sam .Howard, Dr. D. B. Taylor, Samuel Tgélaiiii, Bd. Broyle., son, Art Nelson, Clyde Beadles, Charles Usery, Jim Billon, Rev. William Chessar, Gus Borsey, Perry Corn._____ Mrs. Ethel Burlingame died Wednesday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. Byers in Petersburg, of cancer. She an operation first of the from which she never covered. Beceased was stood week fully re-about 35 an ^______ ,    ^    of    the    Red Cross society and showing of the    'through    it    Pike county may use «l oai.on: State bene- tnrougn al *    __tu- Emory Lamb, one of the highly respected citizens west of burg, died Monday morning after a lingering illness. He has been suHerer ol a hardening ol the arteries. He was 66 years old and Is survived by the widow «“d ®“® daughtet, Mrs, Warner Petersburg. The funeral service was held Wednesday from the famUy residence. Interment was made in the Walnut HUl cemetery. The commencement .exeróses of the Patoka^ township P“hh® schools wUl he held at the Chris- tovocaüon'- - Kev. E. M. Hale Quartette Clase Addre^s^^ chaties'W^itm'an years old and was the widow of the late Br. Burlingame of Oakland City. Three boys and a girl survive her The funeral service will day with interment in Walnut Hill cemetery. __ Haiise Spradley, the assessor of Lockhart township, was in Winslow Saturday attending the Bemo-cratic convention. Hanse has been assessor of Lockhart township for many years and is a very popular one. He said that they had the greatest fall off m the amount of personal property this year he had ever had owmg to the Lord winter and the scarcity of feed. The amount of the loss he said was $16,000 but he thought that under more favorable condi-tions it would be gained back the coming year._ Washington township was well represented at the convention Saturday. Among those present were Walter Robinson, Harry Carpenter, O. B. Harris, G. H. Sims, Sam Heacock, Walter Barnell, Joe Newkirk, Bavid B. Corn, Arthur    ^ H. Taylor, Harry Fleming, Gus Taylor, Willard Fleming, John Gray, Marion Nance, C. B- Houch-in, W. J. Harris and wife, Lloyd Thompson, Frank Ely, W. H. Scales, George Hollon, John K. Chappell, John O. Miley, Joseph O’Brien, Clark Chandler and wifey Mrs. J. W. Coleman, M. McC. Stoops ajid Ferd Veeck. Saturday was the fiftieth anniv-ersary of W. J. Richardson’s entrance into this beautiful world and to celebrate the event his wife made him a birthday dinner and invited all the members of his family to enjoy the day with hiin. Srhe set a. dinner that was good to look at and Better. and justice*was administered By all present. Among those present was'J. O. Smith and family, of Madison township. Mrs. Smith is their oldest child. Rev. J. W. Richardson and wife of Madison township, E. P. Richardson and wife of Petersburg, F. E. Heurmg and wife of this city and other relatives of the other families. Work has begun at the fair grounds making a new standard half mile track. The track was surveyed some days ago. A force of men are at work now taking the trees down, uprooting the stumps and grading the t^acfe When completed it is intended that the track of this fair shall be one of the best m Southern Indiana. A new floral hall will be built and many other improvements made. Larger and better premiums are offered this year and a bigger and better fair than ever will be held. The number of stockholders has been m-creased by several and more m-terest is being manifest this year than ever. State tax, $4,234.00; State volent instruction, $2,086.47; State debt sinking fund, $625.91-; Stote school, $6,278.10; State educational fund, $1,147.69; County tax, $19,778.39; Township tax, $7,169.77 * Tuition, $11,768.34; Special - school $16,240.29; Road tax, $1,419.23; Township poor, $523.80; Additional road, $4,633.72; Township rock road, $11,893.85; County rock road tax, $2,483.52; County asylum bond, $1,272,33; Bond and interest, $3,379.16; Corporation tax, $1,739.0; Illumination, $1,661.71; Street Bond $836.26; Schoql house Bond, $629.13 ; Water works, $1,258.28; Town relundlng Bond, $419.43; Logan township rock road, $280.08; Total, $100,088.76 the State Berculosis patients. tion is located at Rockville. The officers of the Pike cginty society are:    ,    „ President, Andrew JeweU Vice-President,. Br. E. S. Ime*. Secretary, Mrs. AUce P. Stoops. Treasurer, W. B. Crow. The township vice presidents are; Clay, Blden Beazley, Union Sferson, Dr. C. ABBott, OtweU; Lockhart, Dr. John H. Stork, Sten-dal; Logan, Dr. N. B. Adkins^, Oatsville; MadUon ler; Monroe, Dr. J. 8. ion, J. S. Ridge; Patoka, ^ J* Heuring; Washlnjcton, J® W. Pore* man. * Presentation of Diplomas - .    -    County    Superintendent Don’t let any one fool you on the tariff question again. A sugar magnate testified recently that there was an immense    ^ sugar at 2 cents a pound. me difference between 2 cents an what U Being paid now goes to tariff and the fellows between the S^nufacturer and the consumer. A still greater example was related by the Armenian that lec-1^7d hLe.the other night. When fie came to this country Be thought he Would bring a fur coat for his own use in the    ^ Tho custom officers asked him if Quartette Benediction    ,    x «    . The high school graduates are. Norman Dickson, Harley ^hes^r. The common school g^duate are* Virgil Crow, John Howard, Besiie Bonenberger,. Bl^ch Coe, Mabel Thompson, Jessie Densll C. MUler, Blanch Vivian H. Bryant, Harry Welton, Helen Rust, Novia, Biggs, Vaughn Harris, Earnest Bell, Charles^Pol-lock, Bttiei fíarris, Denver Curtis, Fred Pancake, Scott Pirkle, ildw, Leo Selby, Qenevlve Pipes, iee Shoulders, Dennis Deffendol, leth Barrett, Paul O*. Brew-Loral Shaw, Cur^ Hale. he wore It. “No. but I "íhi dutron It wm be »T6.” and the olfleer. .“I ¡«at told bm to keep the coat.” remarked the Ar-,«ntan. The coat had been pu^ chased at »V.60 at the home ol the Armenian. IÍ ho could buy at that figure, others dealers, as It were could— It would g^rtllem a'ibance to make several dollars If there was f ° _and the difference might he saved by the purchaser.    la    a great game-this tariff Reminds^ you ol a fellow that Is trying to dodge a red-hot Po^ter that is Being thrust at him.— Royal Centre Record. Prof W. C. Latta of Perdue university, was in Winslow Friday arranging for some orchard demonstrations in Pike county. An attempt will be made to have three demonstrations in the county, one at or near Spurgeon, one at or near Winslow and one at or near iPetersurg, Of course they will not be held unless the farmers and others of the various commumties proposed want them and    ^ do must sign a petition agreeing to attend the meetings and assist in promoting the success of the demonstration by advertising and trying to get others to tend. An orchard must be pro vided and a hall for use m case of rain and must provide a spray pump or two with buckets and all the material necessary for making the spraying solution and using it. The requirments are ^^y slim and certainly those in this communUy who have shouiJd make an effort to get enough names signed to such a petition to aecur© the demonstration. This community prqdu^ lees fruit each year owners of orchards sho^d take a lot of interest in this de^nstia-tion. A petition is at The Dispatch ofüce and if you want to «i«n It call hy telephone in ami get in and get on. There will he BO expense to any one» ,

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