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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - June 20, 1919, Winslow, Indiana ^ W-' ■V- 4 THE WINSLOW DISPATCH. WINSLOW, INDIANA. THE WINSLOW DISPtTOfl A. J. Heuring, Editor and Publisher Subscrlptfon Rates One Year, in advance.............$1.^ Bix Months, in‘advance. ... .t5 Three Months, in advance.........    .50 PVBLISHED EVERY FRIDA Y Entered at the postoffice at Winslow. Ind., for transmission through the mails as second-classmatter under the Act of Congrees of March 3, 1879._ FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919. A big crowd of ball fans accompanied the local ball team to Elberfeld Sunday. Winslow won the game, the score standing 12 to 1. The Winslow team will go to Tell City next Sunday when it is expected a hard fought game will take place. A big game was played at Arthur Sunday, Augusta defeating Pa-toka in a score which stood 8 to 4. The Winslow team is making quite a reputation and expects to play a bard game with the Tell City team next Sunday. The Tell City team will have a strong line-up and many fans from here will go along expecting to see a fine ball game. MIGKfE SAYS ^ N6S5IR, >N£ SENT VOU A STATei>A6NT-——"SLIRP I WE KNOVN NER OOOO PER IT am’ iN-fer^O TO PAN—— fHE F1RN\S W/E aÚN OUR Prom know' WE PE <ííOOO, BUT WE OOT TO PAN EM ENERN THIRTN eR SIXTV DANS JE.ST T^ SAN\E, SO VME OOTTA OlT OUR'MONEN WHEN IT'S DUE *TOO^ ER NNE CAM’T PAN OUR. BILLS, see! The Germans must sign the peace treaty by 7 o’clock next Monday or fight. They will not have much of a chance to fight as Marshal Foch is pre-' pared to take the country and enforce the peace treaty and do it in short order. It is just possible that the Germans want the allies to force them to sign the treaty in order that they may stand better with their people. The German' representatives say they will not sign but they will begin to comply with the peace terms next Tuesday whether they sign or not. ♦-- R. L. Evans of Ft. Clark, Texas, is home for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Paralee Evans and other relatives and friends. “Dick left here when a very small boy and has been home but one time since. He is much impressed with the progress Winslow has made since be went away as a boy. He was accompanied by his little daughter. JULY 4,1919 AT Fair Grounds, Petersburg, Indiana i MRS. GEORGE BURGH PASSES AWAY. Death/ Came Wednesday Night After Many Years of Suffering. —Funeral Friday. The Christian Endeavor Society held an interesting meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs U. S. Curtis one evening last week. Present were J. Louis Goff, A. W. Corn, Mrs. Dora Dedman, Joe and Grace Curtis, Mrs. Grace Green, Agnes Beadles, Pauline Curtis, Beulah Barnett, Clarence Johnson and Merril Rhodes. Floyd Jordan, a Monroe township boy who has been in the service for -several months, returned home Monday. He came from overseas several days ago but did not arrive home until Monday. Floyd saw considerable service. His many friends* are pleased that he got home safe and sound. Among the new suits filed this week is Ray Campbell against Anna Camp-bell for divorce, alleging that she abandoned him. Sarah Williams sues John Elmer Williams for support. She claims he has $200 in a Petersburg bank and she asks the court to see that he supports her. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dearing, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Heuring, Mrs. Ross Blythe. Mrs. D. E. Hicks. Mrs. Walter Shiver, Mrs. O. W, Brenton, Abe Loeser and Emma Ellison were in Petersburg Tuesday evening attending Eastern Star chapter. At 10 o’clock Wednesday evening deat^ removed one of Winslow’s pioneer and most lovable ladies when Mrs. Dorothy Burch passed away. While in poor health since she fell some ten years ago and broke her »rm, she was better the last few days than she had been in months until early Wednesday morning her condition became worse. Deceased was born in Pike county, August 3, 1846 which made her 72 years old last August. Her maiden name was Dorothy Coleman. June 18, 1866, she was married to George P. Burch who with three of theiir five chidren survives. The surviving children are William S., Lawrence Edgar who live at the old home and Charles T. Burch of Madison, 111. During all their 53 years of married life they have lived in Patoka township, Mrs. Burch was a member of the Methodist church which she joined when a young Woman. She was a faithful member of the Rebekahs and while she was in good health attended both her church and lodge regularly. Pike county boasted no better women than Mrs. Burch. She was always ready to help those in trouble and sympathize with the distressed. No task was too hard for her if it helped some one over a rough place in life. She was always kind to those about her and will be greatly missed. The funeral service will be held some time Friday. It will be conducted at the Baptist church by Rev. E. M. Hale. Burial will be in Oak Hills cemetery. One Grand Day of Fun, Picnic, Entertainment and Pleasure. Mule Races, Balloon Ascension, Foot Races. See the Fat Man’s Race, Big Wrestling Match. Something doing every minute. All business will be suspended to go to the Fair Grounds that day. Watch Next Week’s Paper. Make Preparations to be Here July 4th. ♦    ♦ ♦ MARRIAGE LICENSES « ♦    * Petersburg is planning a big fourth of July celebration. It will be .held in the old fair grounds where there is an abundance of shade. An announcement of the affair appears in this issue. A large crowd is expected. July 1st we go back to 2-cent letter postage and 1-cent postal card postage. Better not have too many 3 centers on bands as the time is not far away for the change. We have had 3 cent postage since October, 1917. Masonic Notice—Stated meeting of Winslow Lodge No. 260 F. & A. Ma-fions next Saturday evening. Business of impotance demanding the attention of every member. Try to be present. Abe Loeser, W. M. The following marriage licenses have been issued by the clerk since our last issue: Gettes Pettinger to Mamie Todd. Lawrence. E Miley to Mayme Williams. Roy Legenaur to Odyne Thiry. Mrs. W. E. McNeeiy went to Evansville Wednesday to enter a hospital. She is suffering of appendicitis. She was accompanied by Mr. McNeely, her son Clellie McCord and Dr. George DeTar. Mrs. Mahala Adkinson and daughter Miss Flora of Petersburg, visited H. E. Dedman and family and other friends here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reisenbeck were down from Velpen Tuesday attending to business matters and visiting with friends.    % Ja cablegram was received Wednesday by Dr. and Mrs. George B. DeTar from their son, Marion CeTar, that he had been apftointed vice-counsul at Paris. Marion was working in the government office at Washington, D. C. when he enlisted in the army. He entered an officers’ training school soon after getting into the service and made a lieutenancy. As such he was sent to France. Not long after the signing of the armistice he met the man who had been hit chief in Washington who asked him if he would like a similar place in Paris to what he had in Washington and he took it after being honorably discharged from the army. His promotion has been fast and on the 17th he was appointed vice-consul. The place has a very nice salary attached. His many friends will ijejoice at his good fortune. Homer Drew filed a damage suit Wednesday against the Muren Ck)al Co. asking for $3,500 dadaagea Some months ago Drew suffered a broken AUGUSTA    4 *    4 4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4-4*4*4*4‘4-i*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4 Mrs. L. Potter visited Thad Potter of Muren Sunday. Alonzo Corn and family visited T. J. Corn Sunday. Mrs. Corn is visiting L. Potter Monday and Tuesday. Dymple Scales and Will Collins visited Ada Redman Sunday. Mahlon Brown and daughter Netella were shopping in Augusta Monday. Hildred Tooley has been visiting relatives in Petersburg the past week. Hubert Pirkle of OaklandCity VisiHd bis cousin Cassel Thomas Saturday night. B. H. Carlisle and James Hemenway left Sunday forGibson to work through harvest. Mrs. Isaac Luttrull and children visited her sister and brothers the past several days. Hershcel and Armon Corn who have been employed near Owensville, returned home Monday. Mrs. Helen Lang of Rock¿K>rt visited her corusin, Mrs. Cecil Thomas from Friday until W’edneaday. John Cook and wife retured . home Friday after spendng a week visiting their children at Cup Greek. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ The following transfers have been recorded since our last issue : Paralee Evans to Laura Anderson e al, lot 37 original “iilat Winslow, W. E. Miller and w to Samuel G. Rickwood, lots 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21. 22, 25 and 26, Bryant ad Winslow. Dora Miller et al to George W. Briggs et al, pt ne i. sec 7, t2s, r7w and pt ne i, ne i, sec 7, t2s. r7w, 9i a. Eli Rumble to Sarah Heilman, pt sw i, se i, sec 1, tls, r8w, 12 acres. Eli Rumble to Polly L. Willis, pt se i, sec 1, tls, r8w, 25J acres. Eli Rumble to Winny Willis, pt se i. sec 1, tls, r8w, 25 acres. Leonard Richardson • and wife of Hartwell visited Marion Tooley and family Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. H. Sakel left Sunday to join her husband who is at Mtincie. Mr. and Mrs. Sakel will make their home at Muncie. Mrs. P. B. McCord and daughter visited her parents at Stendal Saturday. She was accompanied home by Bernice Teavault and Mrs. Lizzie Mitchell. Mr. Wisler Cured of Indigestion “Some time in 1909 when I had an attack of indigestion and everything looked gloomy to me, I received a free sample of Chamberlain’s Tablets by mail. I gave them a trial and they were such a help to me that I bought á package, and I can truthfully say that I have not had a similar a,ttack since, “ writes Wm. B. Wisler. Douglasville, Pa. Notice of Election of Trustees If you have a friend who is running for office, tell him his chances are good otherwise he will think you are lying to him. Gilbert McCord and Ross Eads were in Indianapolis this week to drive home ■ome new Fords for the McCord garage. juarl Way and Enos Atkinson left laet week for the west to work in the harvest fields.    \ leg while At work in the Muren mines. A mule belonging to W. B. McCord, south of town, died Monday which broke into a team for him. Mrs. A.- T. Biggs and son Floyd, Mrs., Lillie Shaw and son Lioral spent Wednesday in Evansv^le. For Sale—Rubber tired, nmbralla top buggy in first-class condition. -Notice is hereby given that three trustees will be elected for the Ashby cemetery on, SATÜRDAT?, JUNE 21. 1919. ' the meeting to be held at the cemeterjr beginning at 8 o’clock A. M. All persons interested in this cemetery are requetsed to attend this meeting and take part in the selection of the new bmird of trustees. John Pancake Wash Ashby M. H. Brown Trustees, 44‘4*4'4*4'4*4‘4-****^***4'4'4»4'4«4*4'4«4 *    /-    -    4. +    HOG    BRANCH    4 ♦    4 •I*4-4*4*4-44*44*4-4-4>4-4*44.4’4>4-4<4*44*4*4>e Wheat harvest is progressing nicely. Carrie Luttull visited Ruth Corn Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Lillie Mills visited W. H. Luttrull and family Saturday. There will be preaching services here Saturday night and Sunday. Lecta Corn visited Belva Helman of Hog Branch Saturday and Sunday. Pearl Reed has been visiting her aunt of near Arthur the past week. W. H. Luttrull and wife visited their son, Isaac Luttrull and wife Sunday. Several from here attended the baptizing at the McCord ford Sunday af-ternon. Chloe Pancake has been visiting her sister, Mrs. John Sattler of Scottsburg the past weel^. ^ Joseph Richards and family of near New Liberty visited W. ,H. LuttrulF and family Friday night. John Beadles and wife and Rosetta Luttrull and Vona Brown visited John Barrett and family Sunday. Rosetta Luttrull visited her sister, Mrs. Joseph Spaw of New Liberty from Tuesday until Friday. Charlie Crow who has recently returned from overseas visited his aunt, Mrs. Mahlon Brown Friday night and Saturday. Gilbert Corn and wife and daughter Thelda and Mrs. Manda HBrown and two grandchildren Homer and Andra visited Loy Brown and farmily Sunday. Mrs. Perry Heaeock of Sexton. Missouri, reached here Sunday for an extended visit with her son, Grover Heacock and children and other relatives. Jack Brown and family, Alonzo Com and family and Thomas Hume and fam* ily gathered at the home of J. C. Com and family Saturday night and made ice cream and enjoyed the evening. 444*4‘4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4-4*4*4*4*+4*4*4*4*4'4-4*4*4 Rural Route Ko. 4-«•    -    4 44444444444444444444444444 Mrs. Will Nixon is visting her parents in Illinois. Elmer Woolsey and family are visit, ing M. L. Woolsey and wife. Ediith Farmer spent Saturday night and Sunday with Hazel Coleman. Rev. C. E. Barrett filled his regular appointment at Liberty church Saturday night and Sunday. Those who spent Sunday with Ella McKinney were Edith Woolsey, Hazel Powers, Hazel Eskew, Alice Corn, and Sylvester Eskew. Mike Mason, one of the merchants here in Simtown left a few dasy ago for Oklahoma where he hopes to have his health restored. Notice of Land Survey Mrs. Frank Powers while hanging paper Thursday was standing on two planks when they broke causing her to fall and sprain her foot A birthday party was given at Jim Bryant’s in honor of their daughter Bessie. A large crowd was present and an enjoyable time was had by all. State of Indiana, Pike County, sa: Notice is hereby given to Daniel H. Thiry, Henry Snell, Fred Cox, Joseph Vanlandingham, Ingle Investment Company, O. P. Foreman, A. J. Heuring, Willis Northerner, Alex Thompson, Wilbelmena Ashby, New Albany Trust Company,that 1 have ordered the County Surveyor to make survey of my lands, locate and perpetuate the corners thereto being a part of the northeast i, north-east i, of Section 6, Town 2 south. Range 7 west, in Pike County, Indiana. Said Survey to be made on.7tb day^ of July, 1919, at the hour of 9 cr’clock," A. M., at which time you are requested to meet said surveyor on the above described land and witness said survey, otherwise the same will be done in your absence. GEORGE COX. Good momiDgl Have you seen The Courier I Evansville’s best paper. ' % EAT AND DRINK AT Bristow’s Restaurant AU the Palatable Soft Drinks at our Sanitary Fountain. Leading Brands of Cigars, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Fruits, Candy and Chewing Gum, TKe Best Place to LuncK. Our Ice Cream is Hard to Beat F. M. Bristow flTTTntTfh mmn Detroit ’^^por Oil Stove Simple as a Qas Stove. Heats as quickly as Qas. Just as safe as Gas. Virgil Dorsey. Mrs. Meade Eckert of Jeffersonville, is here visiting her grandfather, John A. Stephens. The best mowing machine - on tbe>i market is on disfitay at my ahop^ Price ÍM76.00. Come and aee it before you fiu:^ P. E. Heuring. Floyd Wfggs has returned businesB trip to Chicago. Ed Green mid wife, Ive and Agnes from a Readies attended the all day meeting' Sunday ret Ayrshire. Booze Is Not a Good Cure From the Ames Iowa Intelligence. When a man qomes to you all doubled up with pain and declares he will die in your presence unless you procure him a drink whisky, send him to a doctor or else give him a dose of Cham-berlaln’s Colic and Diarrhoea remedy. There is a mistaken notion among a whole lot of 'people that booee is the best remsdy for colic sad stomach, ache. * The.Greatest Coal Oil Stove on the market. We invite you to come to our store and let us demonstrate this stove. Saves so much labor and so much easier on the woman who must stay in the kitchen. D. tí. THIRY e -i?; m

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