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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - June 21, 1912, Winslow, Indiana The Winslow dispatch. Volume 15winslow, Indiana Friday morning june 21, 1912. Number 15 get fish from John Batson. Fruits and cigars at Butler s. New 5 and 10c store in town. S. E. Fowler. Try Woodford s dark Brown sugar for syrup. For Sale Good horse and Good Milch cow. Dewitt Corn. For rent House on Goose Hill. I r. L. R. Miller. A full line children s underwear and dresses at Toggery shop. See Greer Wilkinson lumber company for Brick and gravel. $3 will buy a pretty fair Road Wagon. Call at dispatch office. I. A Standard sisal twine per Ball 33c at Dearing s Cash grocery. Guaranteed cold tablets at Everett s. Try a Box. No cure no pay. Ira Kinman and wife of sugar Ridge were in Winslow yesterday if a discontented fellow did t try to pass it around it would t .0 be quite so bad Lafe Scales of Augusta was looking after business matters in Winslow saturday Olive Rudolph of Jasper sent Friday and saturday Here the guest of w. J. Cooper and family. Marion Bass the Lockhart township saw Mill Man was looking after business in Winslow monday. _ mrs. Sallie Vierling of St Louis visited the families of d. C. Houchin and Marion Woolsey last week. _ Jacob Sorgius a leading Marion township Farmer was in Winslow Friday looking after business matters. If quote a Claude Johnson and wife and w. J. Cooper and wife spent sunday in Jasper the guests of Richard Milburn and family. Clarence Miller a student at the state deaf mute Institute is spending part of his vacation Peif Iod Here with his Quot. Brother or. L. R. The socialists of Pike county will meet in mass convention in Winslow saturday june 29th to nominate a county ticket. They will nominate a full county ticket. The Winslow dispatch is printed a Way Down in Pike county where democrats Are As thick As fleas but brother Heuring gets out one of the Best local papers in the state just the news. _ notice All those knowing themselves indebted to the Winslow Mill Are requested to Call and for make settlement by july 1st As we desire to get our Book accounts All shaped up by that Date. Winslow milling company. The Large barn on the farm of will Doty West of Petersburg was truck by lightning during the storm sunday night and burned. Considerable feed was burned. The barn was a very Fine one. The loss was partially covered by insurance. _ a where Are you intending to get that hair Cut shampoo Massage hair tonic or stave did we hear you say of Pealie and pet give us a trial Well strive to please you one and All. Shop in Lobbey building West of National Bank. M. Of Mckinney prop. The following marriage licenses have been issued by the clerk since our last report John c. Corn to Dora m. Robinson. Jesse e. Bui ton to Emma Wiseman Edward scraper to Goldie tray Lor. _ on Eash paper we print the subscriber s name and just after the name is printed the Date to which the subscription is paid. We do not want to carry any subscriber. More than a year in arrears and Trust that our readers will look at their paper and if the Date is More than a year will remit promptly. Marshal Hovey Beardsley went to Oakland City thursday and arrested Earnest Bowman and turned him Over to the sheriff of Gibson county who lodged him in the Gibson county jail on a paternity charge lodged against him by Forrest Wright of this City. The t charge has been standing for some time but Bowman has been hiding out. Marshal Beardsley received word thursday morning that Quot a he if was at Home and went after him. Sarsaparilla at Everett s. Fasli Ion reigns at Toggery shop. Go to Butler s restaurant for a Good lunch. Get Buck White for those White slippers Only 10c at Woodford s. Miss Gladys Davis is visiting relatives in Evansville this week. Batson has fresh fish every Day. When in Winslow Stop at c. W. Butler s restaurant. See the bargains on our 5 and 10c counter. S. E. Fowler. Saturday special Best american prints for 5c. Toggery shop. Wool wanted we pay the High est Market Price for Wool. C. A Jean. _ Oakland City ice is the Best. We deliver promptly. Try us. A. A Davis. _ if you Are going to build or repair see Greer Wilkinson lumber Redin Corn a prominent Augusta merchant was in Winslow on business saturday. Jasper Gillum of the lower end of the township was in town on business wednesday. Joseph Gatton a prominent Marion township Farmer was in town on business monday. For Sale As or 20 fresh Milch cows 2 to 6 years old. See Herman Bryant at Ingle farm. You can t afford to miss our Binder twine special 33c per Ball. Dearing s Cash grocery Zack Tate a prominent Stock Man and Farmer of near Cato was looking after business in Winslow monday. Miss Josie Biggs returned sunday from an extended visit with her sister mrs. Oscar Lemond in Princeton Herschel p. Miller and wife spent a few Days this week in Logan township the guests of his parents p. R. Miller and wife. Guy Smith wife and two children of Washington visited her parents John h. Pipes and wife and other relatives and friends Here this week. The local Lodge of Rebekah went to Arthur Friday and that place. A number of the members of the local Lodge went and All report a splendid time. The uniform Success that has attended the use of Chamberlain s Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy has made it a favorite everywhere. It can always be depended upon. For Sale by All dealers. Ruby Marie Henning two months old daughter of mrs Virgil Henning of Stendal died wednesday night of last week. The funeral service was conducted thursday afternoon interment being made in the log Creek cemetery. Whooping cough is not dangerous when the cough is kept Loose and expectoration easy by giving Chamberlain s cough remedy. It has been used in Many epidemics of this disease with perfect Success. For Sale by All dealers. The commencement exercises for the Patoka township schools was held at the Christian Church tuesday evening. Rev Whitman delivered a stirring address that was Well received by the Large audience present. The graduates were All present. George Defendoll and son Dennis of Hosmer were in Winslow tuesday evening attending the commencement exercises of the Patoka township schools. Dennis was one of the graduates or. Defendoll is in the mercantile business in Hosmer and does a Nice business. Spraggins moving picture show has been showing some excellent pictures this week. Friday he will show one of the finest shows Ever put in moaning pictures Quot foul it comes in three reels making in All 3,000 feet of film. If you enjoy Good moving pictures Don t fail to see this show Friday night _ the two Story Frame House of William a Coleman of Monroe township was burned to the ground thursday of dist week. The women folks were cleaning House when mrs. Coleman stuffed the grate full of Straw and set fire to it. The extra heat set Rixe to the House and before the fact was discovered the fire was beyond control. The House was a Good one. Part of the household effects were saved. The loss is estimated at $2,000 with no insurance. Latest in Dainty neckwear at Toggery shop. Get Fly swat or tangle foot at Woodford s. Cobs delivered in Winslow for 40c a Load. Winslow milling cd paint your House with Quot old Kentucky Home Quot paint. Everett a for sale�?2 mares with sucking mule Colts. E. M. Houchin make your furniture new by using. Our High class varnish stains and liquid veneer. Everett s. Or. And mrs William a Pirkle prominent people of Monroe township were in Winslow Friday. Every Ball of our 33c twine guaranteed at Dearing s Cash grocery. Or. And mrs g. A Barr were in Stendal wednesday where he looked after professional business. Mrs Harry Stutton of Venice 111. Is Here visiting her father j. A Mcconnell and other relatives and friends. Castor Oil at Everett s. Try Woodford s hand Broom 35 and 40c. Made mrs i Mcolvin of Princeton was Here this week the guest of her sister mrs. C. W. Fisher and other friends. The Stork visited Monroe town ship last week and left a Bonc ing boy at the Home of or. And mrs Willie Coker As july 4th Falls on thursday Quot the miners examining Board will meet at Winslow Friday july 5, 1912. H. C. Hughes so y. Stendal will celebrate the a birth of july in grand style to evil bration will be held in the be eau Tifful lutheran Grove. A program has been arrange de 4ild y big time is expected a o. Cock Nim Mph. Berlin hotel in if we pay the highest Price for Wool. Cd Jean Don t let your chickens die of gaps. See Everett. Dessalines All shades at Toggery shop. Mart shoulders of Arthur was looking after business in Winslow wednesday Arthur Davis of Evansville is Here the guest of his Uncle a. G. Davis and family. Save your Money on Binder twine 33c per Ball at Dearing s Cash grocery. A j. Thompson a prominent Farmer and Stock Man of Monroe Tow ship was in town monday. A diaries w. Fisher visited his mass Tiger and other relatives and Fri of is in Lewisport by. This we a there will be an old folks meet in and Basket dinner at Ayrshire cd the third sunday in july. Iii Blic invited to the service. Man Williams Fred Buechele Andi Jphn Pancake of Monroe to i 8hip, were looking after bus Ines if matters in Winslow Satur Everett s ice Cream parlor. Paints oils and varnishes at Greer Wilkinson s. Re is one Medicine that every a should be provided with an a specially during the summer my sin i. Chamberlain s Colic Chi i a and diarrhoea remedy. It a almost certain to be needed. It kits but a Quarter. Can you Jtb be without it for Sale dealers. win Ian of today who has la a Alth Good temper Good to right eyes and a Lovely a Stan the result of Correct id Good digestion wins Fotion of the world. If motion is faulty and liver tablets Cerf if. For Sale by All Lent House nor fflrr7 m Friday june 28. Careful examination of the Eye and glasses adjusted where needed. It is worse than useless to take any Medicine internally for muscular or chronic rheumatism. All that is needed is a free application of Chamberlain s liniment. For Sale by All dealers. Pilot disc cultivator regular $34 cultivator which i offer $29.00. Lever less cultivator ride regular $30.00, i offer for $27.0i> a a land roller made to sell for $24 which i offer at $21.00, f. E. Heuring. Quite a storm passed Over this Section sunday night. There was considerable lightning and a much needed rain. Farmers have taken More Hope Thi week than they have had this Spring. In places however the water did damage along the Creek Bottoms. The Large barn of Jake Brady in Madison township was struck by lightning during the storm sunday night and was burned. It was one of the finest barns in the county. Considerable Grain and Hay were lost in the fire. He carried $900 insurance but that would not pay for the barn and the loss is heavy. The Southern railway will run an excursion on regular trains to West Baden next sunday june 23rd, fare for round trip $1.25. Train passes Winslow at 7 43, on the same Date leaving on the same train they will run an excursion to Rockport for $1.25. Trains arrives Rockport 9 40, returning leaves Rockport after the boat comes in. The train Waits for connections All Tolje Way through. The Evansville athletic base Ball team came Here sunday As advertised to play the third game of the season with the tigers. They left their scalps the game standing at the end of the seventh inning 17 to 0. The rain stopped the game in the seventh. One athletic Pitcher was knocked out of the Box in the fifth and another one substituted but he did Little better. The following is the score it r h e Winslow .3 0 4 0 6 2 2�?17 14 2 Evansville of 0000 00�? 0 16 batteries Smith and Jenkins Ritz Taylor and Young. Two base hits Scheurich Coleman Horst Meyer Rabourn. Struck out by Ritz 5 by Taylor 1 by Smith 13. Base on balls off Bitz 3. Umpire Woodburn. Was burned Friday. The House was occupied by de. Green. Or. Green was at work on the Section and mrs. Green was at the Home of her Mother mrs. William Beadles. How the fire started is not known. Everything was burned including household goods and wearing apparel. They had no insurance. Sheriff Marion Nance was in town on business yesterday morning. Marion has made Pike county one of the Best officials we Ever had and As he has been nominated by his party for a second term will be elected. The taxpayers of the county want just such officials As Marion has made a one who attends to the duties of the office promptly and impartially we published an item recently telling about Uncle Jim Ferguson suffering a stroke of paralysis. Yesterday we received a letter from him in which he says that he is much improved in health although such a cripple that it is impossible for him to get around much. Uncle Jim makes his Home with his daughter at Folsomville Warrick county. He is a native of Pike county and has Many friends scattered Over it that will be pleased to learn that he is Able to be up most of the time. He is eighty four years old and is the oldest living Pike county school teacher. Levi Lockhart alias George Blackburn was arrested in St Louis sunday morning for the killing of j. A Dawson and the wounding of James Bell in Spencer county june 1. They were officers of Owensboro ky., and were after Lockhart for horse stealing when they came across him on a lonely Road. He opened fire and killed one and wounded the other. He was wounded in the leg but made his escape by walking forty Miles and letting his leg go undressed. He has been in the pen a time or two and was out on parole at the time of the shooting. Lockhart is a son of Dail Lockhart and was born and raised in Lockhart township this county. He is forty two years old and is said to have a fairly a Good education. He will be taken to. Spencer county and tried for the murder. He eluded the officers sixteen Days but was finally caught through a letter he wrote to a Friend in Princeton to be delivered to his. Sweetheart in Spencer county and who it is said assisted him to get Laway. Those swell dresses came from the Toggery shop. Fresh cakes and crackers at Woodfords we have the finest 5 and 10c store Ever in this towns a Fowler. _ z. To Dearing a prominent Marion township citizen was in town on business wednesday Harold Brewster a prominent Lockhart township teacher was in town on business monday 33c per Ball our clearance Price on Standard twine Dearing s Cash grocery. The weeds Are getting a Nice crop of seed to further spread the Pesky weeds. Cut pm and Burn pm. _ we have two tons of Alfalfa horse feed at $2.15 per Hundred As Long As it lasts. Winslow milling co. _ Bedford Ferguson a prominent Monroe township Farmer was in Winslow wednesday he was accompanied by his son. Juineta Crow and Lillie Scales of Madison 111., Are Here visiting relatives and friends. Both girls lived Here when children and have not been Home for some years. Found Small purse with a Little Money and some paper in it. Finder can have same by calling on Thomas Minnis describing the purse and paying 25c for this and. The barn on the farm of Lincoln Brittain in Marion township was struck by lightning sunday night during the storm and burned. It was a fairly Good barn. ,. Very Little feed was destroy and All the live Stock was of. The loss is estimated at $300 with $100 insurance. _ _ the dispatch is in receipt of a letter from Jeff Hedges a former Pik Eite but now a resident of Arkansas in which he says that Farmers la Var Concrete barn pillars at Greer Wilkinson s. We carry the latest designs in ready to wears. Toggery shop. Standard sisal Binder twine closing it out at 33c per Ball Dearing s Cash grocery. Mrs. Amelia Wood and grand daughter Rosetta of Owensboro ky., Are Here the guests of Lee Dearing and family. John Whitehead of Jefferson township left monday for Terre haute where he will attend the summer term at the state Normal we have in Type a Long letter from Rev Clifton Abbott who is a patient in the state tuberculosis Hospital at Rockville which will appear next week. It was crowded out this week. Farmer j shul l air Quot i Raj courage to account Lati Spring and heavy Rains. He says the Outlook for a Cotton crop in his Section of the state is very poor. John Ehrhart a co puncher from the West was visiting relatives along Long Island when he Lassord a Tavo ton whale As he had Lassord a Western cow. The whole Story is told in this Issue. There is the usual three columns of world s news the markets and the patterns in this sue that it will pay you to look up and read. County news is in this Issue As usual. The Many hundreds of dispatch readers who have been Reading Quot Keith of the Border Quot will notice that the great Story is ended in this Issue. It has been a great one and hundreds of people have told us How they have enjoyed it. Beginning next week is a Shorter Story a Story along a different line and we will print it in larger instalments. The new Story Quot aunt Minerva and William Green it is a great Story funny and with a grand ending. All lovers of Good stories will appreciate this Story and we want you to Start in with the opening chapters next week Charley Crow was born in Pike county ind a May 23, 1884, and died at the Home of his sister mrs. M. A. Tanner 528 Kenzer Street Poplar Bluff mo., sunday morning june 9, 1912. He was the youngest son of or. And mrs Greenfield Crow of this City and was 28 years and 16 Days old. During the Winter of 1910-11 he had a very severe Case of pneumonia from the effect of which he never fully recovered. The immediate cause of his death however was malarial poisoning. He had been visiting at the Home of his sister in Poplar Bluff when he became seriously ill and notwithstanding he had most careful nursing and the Best medical attention he gradually grew worse until the end. The funeral was conducted at the family Home in this City monday afternoon and the body was interred at Dexter cemetery. The local Lodge of Woodmen of the world had charge of the to Leader. Greenfield Cro Gay is. A native of Pike county and is remembered by a Large Circle of friends around Winslow. He has the sympathy of All his friends Here in the loss of his son. Forty people plunged into a burial Trench in Greenwood cemetery in new York a few Days ago while a prominent Lodge Man was being buried. Read the whole Story in this Issue. Ralph Grigsby was sentenced to the Penitentiary from the Gibson county court last week after he had made. A confession of his guilt in having an abortion performed on Lena Kress causing her death. His sentence was from three to fourteen years. After the state had introduced All of its evidence which was Only circumstantial Grigsby went on the stand and told a Story of How the operation was performed. The jury promptly found him guilty and he has begun his sentence. Grigsby testified that the operation was performed in Winslow. The Republican National convention is in session in Chicago this week but the dispatch goes to press on thursday and at press hour nothing has been done that we could Tell our readers in the space we have to devote to it. The administration forces Are in control with Roosevelt contingent making frantic headway to Block the wheels of the Taft roller. Elihu Root of new York a Taft. Us it looks like Taft would be nominated or possibly a a Lark horse be sprung. There is All kinds of Bolt talk. What the outcome will be is hard to prognostic Cater Quot Quot always buy advertised goods. Not just because they Are advertised but because the Best is always advertised. Nobody advertises inferior goods because they get caught and it hurts their business the same is True in general of a store. The Best stores advertise because they have something to offer you and Are not afraid for you to compare what they have to offer with their competitor. Look through the columns of the dispatch each week and you will find that the stores that advertise Are the stores that have the business and they have the business because the buying Public has Learned the those stores do business by Daylight methods. Always Trade with the store that advertises and you will always get the most value for your Money. The following transfers of real estate have been recorded in the office of the recorder of Pike county since our last report a l. Brittingham and w to Chas. F. Smith new or near Sec 30, tvs r6w, 40 acres. Matilda j. Herman and h to James a couts it new or new or Sec 1, t2s, r8w, 30 acres James a couts and w to Ellen Comer it new or new or Sec 1, t2s, Row 30 acres. Joseph tyring and w to Frank tyring und a a int in lot -2 pleasant Ville. John n. Shepard and w to w. F. Mckinney lots 1 and 6 Pleasantville and pts or new or Sec 13, t3s, r8w. Amelia a. Wilhite to Clarence Abbott Njo so or near and s 14, near new or and pts or new or Sec 8,&Quot tvs r6w, 67 acres. J. Cliff Reed and w to John k. Chappell lots 3 and 4 Petersburg lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 17 18, 19, 20, 25 and 26 Shaefer s and Petersburg and it new or so or Sec 6, tvs r6w, 34 acres. Robert h. Elkins it Al to Thomas h. Jones pts or near Sec 20 tin r7w, 28 acres. William Hunley and w to John Hunley it new or new or Sec 2, t2s, r8w, 12 acres. William b. Osborn and w to Albert Jordan new or ser Sec 10, ass r7w, 40 King to James p. Ward Lota 17, 18 and 19 Butler Dodds and Petersburg. A a a

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