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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - March 29, 1912, Winslow, Indiana A orning March 29, 19j2.number 3 Loc carpet beaters at Woodford s. Bulk Garden seeds at Willis amp son s. Wanted�?10,000 pounds of old rubber d. L. Kaplan. Coal delivered in Winslow at 8c Telephone Wash Morton. Paper napkins 5c per dozen r at Woodford s. Our millinery line is Complete Toggery shop. White Pine tar and Honey at Everett s the guaranteed cough remedy. Mrs. J. W. Dorsey of North East of town was in Winslow shopping or. G. L. Ireland is in Indianapolis attending the Republican state convention. Ike Jones of Huntingburg was visiting among old Home folks Here this week. 1 mrs. Fred Willis and children visited relatives and friends in Marion township this week. Seed potatoes Early Triumph and Early Rose $1.75 per Bushel Jas. Willis amp son. Ladies misses and children dresses underwear Etc. At Toggery shop. Wanted Man with Small family to do farm work. House and Garden furnished. Ora Kantz. Oscar w. Reed one of the leading citizens of this township was in town monday looking Aiter business matters. Mrs. George Owen of Indianapolis is visiting her parents or. And mrs. A. J. Thompson in Monroe township. I will have a Load of Corn on the Mackler switch the first of the week. 80c per Bushel. J. W. Mccord. A. A to to having placed our business on a Cash basis ave request that All those knowing themselves indebted to Call and make prompt . S. Thompson. / Quot a Sale in Loo acres of River Bottom land just West of the Hart Well Junction. Price right and easy terms. Would take Good town property As part. See w. R. Kerr the real estate Man. I have the Ideal location for a Home High enough so you can see All Over Winslow and enough land to make the Ideal american Home 5 to 10 acres. Get my terms. H. T. Lobbey. The socialists of Pike county Are requested to meet at wins lows at 1 30 p. 31. Monday april the first 1912, for the purpose of electing a county chairman and Secretary. C. E. Dayton act g Secretary Captain James e. Chappell one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of Oakland City died thursday evening of heart disease. Capt. Chappell was Well known in Pike county. He was 78 years old. If you have trouble in getting rid of your cold you May know that you Are not treating it properly. There is no reason Why a cold should hang on for weeks and it will not if you take Chamberlain s cough remedy. For Sale by All dealers. A new local Union was organized at Ayrshire mine no. 7 last week. The new officers Are Cornelius Gray president c. E. Dayton financial Secretary d. T. Taylor recording Secretary Gerald Pir Kle treasurer. The new local starts off with about Twenty Mem a Bers. At one time the Taft people called on their idol senator hem Enway for a speech. He came Forward and made the attempt but was Guyed bothered disturbed and hissed from the stage. What a Beautiful scene that was a onetime u. S. Senator hissed from the stage in his own Home in a Republican soon Ille enquirer. The Ingle system is pushing the opening of their no. 7 mine with a vigor. This will probably be the largest Coal mine in this Section of the state when it is finished. Work on the new Brick boiler shed was begun this week. The mine will have electric haulage even to using electric motors to gather the Coal and will not have a mule in Yit. The mine will be equipped All Over with the latest improved mining machinery made. It will not be ready to run full blast but of a to Abo amp to August or september. \ Mackerel Nice big fat for 25c at Dearing s. Get a aluminium clothes sprinkler 10c at Woodfords Gingham Percale prints Muslin at Toggery shop. Malaga grapes 10c per Pound Dearing s Cash grocery. Any one wanting fresh milk Call Fred Bee. Milk will be delivered. Cornelius Tooley of Pikeville was in Winslow on business monday. William h. Stephens of Monroe township was in Winslow wed a mesday. Miss Alice Wiggs of this township was in Evansville monday shopping. Witch Hazel camphor ice at Everett s. Nothing finer for those rough hands. Our Price is right on seed potatoes. Better buy now. Price advancing. Dearing s. Full line of farm implements. Anything you need in farm implements. Jas. Willis amp son. I have 30 acres of Corn ground for rent and have 30 bushels of seed Oats for Sale. John Russ. 15 patterns of 10c Wall paper. Finest display you Ever saw at Everett s. Norman Sims of Cato was in town saturday boosting his horse Theos or. And Maceo his Fine Jack. Densel is the name of the new boy born to or. And mrs. James Thurman of Muren saturday night. Balsam of myrrh for external use Only for wounds and sores on Man or beast at Heuring s Blacksmith shop. Guaranteed. For sale�?110 acres mile of Sweet Sulphur Springs Good Frame House Small barn and gopd., buildings 30 acres in Quot Wood land. Cheap for Cash. E. S. Harris Winslow Indiana. The most comon cause of insomnia is disorder of the stomach. Chamberlain s stomach and liver tablets Correct these disorders and enables you to sleep. For Sale by All dealers. Millard f. Minor has bought the Mcneely stable on North main Street and has taken charge. He is moving to town this week. William Robinson has rented or. Minor s farm and will move in a few Rome in her highest Prosperity divided her land into 3 acre tracts. The american Home will be the Ideal 5 acre tracts. I am in a position to Start you on the Road to Success. Get my prices. H. T. Lobbey. William Carr one of Logan township s oldest and most highly respected citizens fell from the porch at his Home thursday afternoon and broke his left shoulder. He was carrying in Coal and slipped on the porch. His Home is near the Center school House. He is 8s years old and his condition is serious. Levi Wilder of Augusta. Was looking after a Sineas in town tuesday. A i for sale�?3 Good work horses cheap. Newt Robling Winslow Indiana route no. 16. Essie Grubb died saturday at the Home of her grandparents Calvin Grubb in Logan township of typhoid fever. She was 21 years t id and was a daughter of Carl Grubb. Her Mother died when she was about five years old and she has made her Home most of the time since with her Grandfather Gladish. She was a member of the regular Baptist Church. The funeral service was conducted sunday fro m White River Chiapel by Rev. C. W. Klipsch. Interment was made in the Bowman cemetery. Ettie Gray wife of James Gray of Washington township died saturday night. She was 43 years old and was a highly respected lady. The husband and four children one an infant survive her. She was a devout member of the general Baptist Church. Her Maiden name was Willis being a daughter of the late Burrel Willis. The. Funeral service was conducted at the family residence monday by Revi Emory Willis. Interment was made in the Willis cemetery. After the above was put in Type we Learned of the death of the two weeks old baby which of cured monday morning. The baby was a girl. It was buried in the same grave with its Mother. Ashael Ashby and a a. Hena Ger of Monroe Tovy ship were in Winslow on business tuesday. A Josiah Morton of Jefferson township was in Winslow looking after his political fences Friday. Alfred Hurt Milford Hurt and Mart shoulders prominent Farmers of Arthur were in town on business monday. Miss Clem Blacketer would appreciate those trading at Why amp when store at Oakland City to vote for her in the piano concept. Mrs. Leroy Sullivan c. C. Clark and wife Fred Nelson and son Henry Arthur of Missouri visited relatives and friends in Marion township last week. They were All formerly residents of this county. Low colonist rates to destinations in the West Northwest and Southwest via Southern railway. Tickets on Sale daily until april 15, 1912. For further information ask any agent Southern railway or write to j. C. Bean jr., St. Louis to. A do you know that of All the minor ailments colds Are by far the most dangerous it is not the cold itself the you need to fear but the serious diseases that it often leads to. Most of these Are known As germ diseases. Pneumonia and consumption Are among them. Why not the chamber Iain s cough remedy and cure your cold while you can for Sale by All dealers. V to link of Quot attn at new cultivator. is none the equal of the Brown Manly. We have handled these cultivators for years and sold Many of them. Not one has failed to give the very Best of satisfaction. A new Supply on hands now. Have the shovel and disc cultivators and the finest land roller Ever shown in the county. Invite you to Call and see these Superior farm in a elements. F. E. Heuring. Genevieve Brewster Little one month old daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Brewster of Mackler Ville was found dead in her Mother s arms sunday morning when the Mother awoke. The child was apparently Well when the family retired saturday night with the exception of a few hives broken out on her body. Sunday morning when the Mother awoke she found her baby dead. Coroner held the inquest sunday and pronounced the death due to hives. The funeral was held monday afternoon with burial in Oak Hills cemetery. Pike county republicans Are lined up solidly for Taft. Most of the leaders Are for Taft but Roosevelt has a Good following among the rank and file but Taft has the organization. They met at the court House in Petersburg Friday and selected delegates to the state convention. Strong Taft resolutions were adopted. The following delegates were selected Washington township Harley Snyder and James Brumfield Madison pole Coffman Clay John Murry Patoka or. Ireland Jefferson William Jackson lock Hart Frank Jones Marion William Risley Logan Walter Wilson Monroe p. M. Ferguson the Taft crowd put the rollers under the Roosevelt gang completely in the Republican state convention in Indianapolis tuesday. The Taft crowd selected c. W. Fairbanks Harry s. New Joseph d. Oliver and James a Watson As delegates to the National convention. The Roosevelt crowd held a Quot Rump Quot convention and selected four delegates of their own Albert j. Beveridge Fred Landis Edwin m. Lee and Charles Chappell. It was one of the Sto Miest conventions Ever held in Indiana and the contest will be carried to the National convention. The resolutions passed by the Taft Wing severely de a bounced col. Roosevelt and instructed the delegates to vote for Taft. Rarden seeds at Dearing s. Few bulk Garden seed at Lobbey s big store. W. Corn of Lockhart town up. Was looking after business in saturday. Fames and Ira Tooley of augus were looking after business hitters in Winslow tuesday. Ave invite every Farmer to come ins and see our line of farm implements. Jas. Willis pc son. A i f r Saez Indian runner Duck s 50 cents per setting. Hazel Thompson. Irs. Eliza Gregory of Oakland copy visited her sister mrs. Mary by Cord the first Days of the week. D. , Carpener and prominent citizen of Marion township was in Winslow on business Mon by a or Sale team of Good ponies new Carriage and set of harness. A.,bargain if sold at once. Fred Green. _ John Erwin of the Crowville neighbourhood was in town saturday distributing Bills for his Fine horse Randall f. New cabbage at Dearing s. Fancy crepe paper at Everett s. For Saez Good seed Oats 60c per Bushel. T. W. Hurst. See the Peg tooth Harrow at f. Heuring s Blacksmith shop. Fresh Cream cheese at Woodford s. Fresh Keg White fish just in. Dearing s. Pro. E. F. Corn of Augusta was looking after business matters in Winslow saturday. For Sale Span of mules 3 years old. One cheap horse. Will take note. F. C. Russ Winslow. For sale�?15 head ewes lambs following and a Good Buck. T. W. Shoulders. Some one. Is going to receive a Little Fortune from Lobbey s $1200, Worth of property Given away free. See him and get terms on a five acre tract of land. A bargain�?140 acres one mile Northeast of Velpen Well improved. Abundance of fruit. Some Timber land pasture and grass about 40 acres in wheat and Good Corn land. Will sell All or 60 acres. Sold Che a if sold in next two weeks. See w. R. Kerr. Mahalia Lockhart wife of Wil Laiq Lockhart died Quot sunday at their Home in Boonville. The Lockli arts Are former residents of Pike county but for Many years have resided in Warrick county. Deep Vised avas 65 years old and is survived by the husband and six children. Be Oriard. Farmer s i team broke the hitch rack by a bps a amp n s juju it Ore ida3a and ran away. By were hitched to a Wagon and ran Over another hitching Post and broke it Down. They made considerable noise but when caught had done nothing More serious than tearing the harness about off. Some woman left a five months old boy with mrs. Gilbert Thompson in Evansville saturday and she still has the baby. The woman left the baby with mrs. Thompson while she went to the depot but never came Back after the babe the Thompsons May keep the baby. Mrs. Thompson was Lula Dedman marrying Everett Denton from whom she was divorced. Four months ago she and Gilbert Thompson were married and went to Evansville to live. Both were raised near Winslow and have Many friends Here. _ information wanted a Henry Osha a boy 17 years old left Home on March 14 and his father has had no information concerning him since. He is about 5 feet 6 inches in height and weighs about 140 pounds slightly drooped shoulders he wore a Blue shirt Brown coat Gray trousers and a checked Cap and carried a Gunny sack containing some clothing and a gun. The father thinks he May have sought work on a farm As this was his employment last summer. Any information that May Lead to his present location will be greatly appreciated by his father who is greatly worried about him. Address Henry Osha Oakland City Indiana. The inter state Commerce commission has established the far reaching principle that a Raih Oad must so adjust its rates that Justice must be done Between communities regardless of state lines. If a Railroad makes a Low rate upon traffic wholly within a state even when forced to do so by a state commission it must Accord the same rate to inter state traffic moving under substantially similar conditions. Under this ruling one buying a ticket to St. Louis will get ther 2c rate by buying a ticket straight through. At present one travelling at St Louis must buy a ticket Quot to it. Carmel and there buy another ticket to St. Louis to get the Benefit of the 2c rate. If one bought a ticket to St. Louis at any Point along the line they would have to pay 3e per mile. When this ruling will be enforced we have no idea but it is a Good ruling. mrs. Fred Hathway of East St. Louis is visiting her parents or. And mrs. Emanuel Wyatt in Marion township. The following marriage licenses have been issued by the clerk since our last report Dick Dedman to May ringer. For sale�?$32 gasoline Range $5 $10 curtained upright bed $5 $8 double Glass door Safe $5. Mrs. T. M. Bristow. 5 acres of land will keep any Ordinary family the year through clothing and provisions if properly managed and generally the stepping Stone to Success. See h. T. Lobbey and get his terms and prices of land. If you want to take advantage of the mortgage exemption Law you can do so at the dispatch office. The whole Job completed Here and the exemptions filed for you. Come in if you have a mortgage on your property and take advantage of the Law. De. Brewster jr., wife and baby left tuesday for St. Louis where they will make their Home. Or. Brewster will work for a grocery concern in a wholesale House. We Are sorry to lose them but have the Assurance that if they do nit life it Tiley will come ba6k Home. Martin Leight died Friday at his Home near Sim town in Monroe township after a lingering illness. He was 33 years old and a prominent citizen of that Community he was a Christian gentleman a member of the regular Baptist Church. Surviving him is one child a 6 year old boy. His wife was dead and he and the boy have been living alone. The funeral service was conducted sunday morning at Spurgeon by elder Jack Fleener interment was made in the Spurgeon cemetery _ the following transfers of real estate have been recorded in the recorder s office since our last report we Corn and w to Dan f. Wibbler it lot 48 Stendal. Johnson and h to William g. Finney pts or near Sec 26, tin r8w, 1 acre. William g. Finney and w to Sarah e. Johnson it out lot 154 Petersburg. Dan Rademacher to John h. Rathkamp Ese or Sec 17, t3s, r6w, and near near Sec 20, t3s, r6w, 120 acres. Malinda Nolen to Charles w. Smith and a Pine or new or Sec 28, tvs r7w, 14 5-8 acres. Logan Robling and w to Edward p. Richardson jr., and w the surface of pts or ser Sec 6, t2s, r7w, 7 3-4 acres. Dick Dedman and miss Mary ringer were married in the recorder s office Friday afternoon by Rev. J. M. Burch. While the wedding was not a Surprise very few were on to just when the affair was coming off. The Groom is a son of Sherman Dedman and was born and raised Here. He is a Young Man of Sterling habits and has a Large Circle of friends. The Bride is a daughter of William ringer of Newman 111., but made her Home since the death of her Mother when she was quite a child with Ross Mcclure and wife of this City she is an excellent lady and was loved by All who knew her. When the Young couple came Back Here they were tendered a reception by the Young people of the town which lasted until the 1 18 train the next morning when they left for Oregon where Dick is employed. Nearly All the Young people of the town accompanied them to the train. The dispatch wishes for them a successful journey along life s path. Bulk Garden seed at Lobbey s. Rafe Roe of Pikeville was in Winslow on business tuesday. 3 boxes evaporated apples 25c at Woodford s. Guaranteed cold tablets at Everett s. Try a Box. No cure no pay. _ our line of ladies and children togs for easter is Complete Toggery shop. Remember we Are Headquarters for High Grade goods. Dearing s. A Man Down in Putnam county stole Twenty nine chickens. He got one to eight years in the reformatory a Fine of $10 and was disfranchised for two years. The sugar Trust has stolen several millions from the government and by unlawful Means maintained the Price of sugar at least two cents higher than it ought to be. And nothing is doing about it. The Sweet Sulphur Springs North of Velpen in Marion township have been sold by mrs. Fisher to some Evansville men and a Man from Haubstadt. Fred Hisgen a former Pik Eite made the Deal. The Springs Are among the finest to be found anywhere and annually hundreds of people journey there for health and recreation. The hotel building is a sixty room House and the grounds contain 40 acres. The Price paid was $20,000. It is said the new owners will build a $75,000 hotel building there next season and push the Springs More than has Ever been done before. It has always been a paying proposition it is but a seven mile drive from Winslow and inane of our people visit there during the summer months. Stanley veh Enas of Wilkes Barre. Pa., drove two nails into his Wile s Back. How he accomplished the horrid deed it it old in full in this Issue. How a wronged girl of Philadelphia stopped a wedding and what a dramatic scene it made is told ill Ulria Patst i eth Ife Quot markets the sunday school lesson and the patterns Are All in their accustomed places in this Issue. Quot roses and cherubs Quot by Lawrence Alfred Clay is a Good Short Story in Liis Issue. The democratic platform and All county news will be found in this Issue. And the ads now it is almost Eastern Are Well Worth your while to look Over. You will want some sort of a new Rig and our advertising columns is the very place to see where you can do the Best. Quite an Accident is reported from Logan township which happened monday. Floyd Willis 6 years old son of Newt. Willis shot Doris Hardin 7 years old daughter of Roe Hayden merchant of rum Beetown in the foot. Both fam a Ilies were away attending the fun eral of mrs. Gray and the children were at the Willis Home. They were in the barn lot playing. Someone had left a shot gun in the buggy which the children found. The Little boy took the gun out of the buggy and in some Way the children could not Tell it was discharged. The full Load of shot entered the Little girl s left foot tearing it badly. A physician was called and dressed the wound and he thought no Bones were broken but the foot was badly lacerated. It will Proba i Bly leave her a cripple but it is thought the wound will not prove fatal unless blood poisoning should set up. Winslow merchants Are preparing for a big Booster Day saturday april 6th. This is the Day before easter and a Good time in Complete easter shopping. Win Low merchants have lost a lot of Trade the past five or six weeks on account of the smallpox scare and now that it has been Clearo a up and the weather is acting a Little bettor the merchants of the town have thought it a Good time to invite their friends in to see the Beautiful Spring Stock pcs that Are on display. Every merchant in town has entered Intis the spirit of the occasion and for that Day Only every store in town will give a special. Large posters Are being prepared and will be Dis. Tribute next week announcing the great event. Look for them and come ill april 6th and profit by the wonderful bargains that will be offered by the various stores. Winslow is the Best trading Center in Southern Indiana any time but on this special Day not. A store in town but what will have something extra to offer you

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