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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - May 24, 1912, Winslow, Indiana The Winslo volume 15 get fish from John Batson. Fruits and cigars at Butler s. Brenton amp Blythe undertakers Winslow Indiana. Miss Jessie Powell was in Oakland City wednesday. George a. Hurst was in Indianapolis on business tuesday. Nev line of tie clasps lockets and other jewelry at Fowler s. Get Sunshine Clover leaves at Woodford s. X the Best Gunpowder Tea per la. 60c at Dearing s Cash grocery. Monroe Spraggins was in Oakland City on business wednesday. Paint your House with Quot old Kentucky Home Quot paint at Everett a Ashael Ashby of Monroe township was in town on business monday. C. J. Reiners was in Princeton and Huntingburg on business wednesday. William t. Woodford looked after business matters in Evansville wednesday. Dovie West of Evansville spent the past week in Winslow visiting relatives and friends. For Sale Brown Manly cultivator and breaking plow used one season. W. P. Reiners. Or. And mrs. W. R. Kerr spent sunday in Algiers the guests of her father w. B. Radcliff. Wanted�?10,000 pounds of old rubber and will pay the highest Market Price. D. L. Kaplan. Strawberries pineapples Bana Nas oranges at Dearing s Cash grocery. Remember we Are Headquarters for latest millinery. Toggery shop. The Stork left a bouncing boy baby at the Home of or. And mrs Dick Mccain of Campbellville last week. _ a Loy Brown and wife of sur vant spent saturday night and sunday the guests of Fred we Lis ing wins Low saturday and mingling with -9 his numerous friends. Hon. H. J. Wiggs and son Thomas were in Winslow saturday mingling with friends and attend ing to business matters. The following marriage licenses have been issued by the clerk since our last report Owen Hollon to Grace May . George w. Mcclure of Velpen was in town on business wednesday. He has been a resident of f Monroe township but recently moved to commissioner James b. Bottom and wife were in town saturday. Clarence Hollon a prominent Farmer of the Flat Creek neighbourhood was looking after business in Winslow saturday. Rev. G. M. Smith of Evans Vule was in Winslow monday. He is District superintendent for the eve Annville District of the m. E. Church. He held the quarterly meeting service at Augusta sunday evening and the quarterly conference in Winslow monday next sunday will be observed in Winslow As memorial sunday. Rev. Felix Demumbrum will deliver the memorial address at the m. E. Church. Next thursday will be decoration Day and the local g. A. R. Post we a fittingly observe the Day. Hon. Harry Carpenter will deliver the address and the usual exercises will be held. Graves of deceased soldiers will be decorated. In Oak he is cemetery there Are forty Soldier Graves. In All the memorial exercises the juniors will take part with the local grand army Post. Earnest Rose shot Neal Watkins thursday afternoon in Lawrence Blythe s Pool room in Hosmer the shot entering his Side making merely a flesh wound. The two men were playing Pool and had bet their revolvers on the game. Rose won the game when Watkins contended that it was not won fairly. He started at Rose with his knife according to Street reports and Rose shot him. The wound is not dangerous and he will recover. It seems the two men Are about matched in the game and lost their tempers hence the bet and after the bet the Row. No arrests were made. Sarsaparilla at Everett s. Fowler has some new rings. Go to Butler s restaurant for a Good Lun Call Brenton amp Blythe undertakers Winslow. Opal and Aleen Dedman Are visiting in Evansville. Saturday special 50c Corset covers 35c. Toggery shop. Sampson Sumners of Velpen was in Winslow wednesday. See Greer Wilkinson lumber company for Brick and gravel. Pure Jelly 10c i or Glass at Woodford s. A full Stock of funeral supplies of All kinds. Brenton amp Blythe. Pure Apple vinegar at Dearing s Cash grocery. Amos Burch and e. M. Selby of Muren were in town wednes Day. John Hawkins a leading Farmer of Littles was in Winslow on business saturday. Mrs. Ann Wester and miss Essie Swallow of Oakland City spent sunday in Winslow. Editor Crow of the Petersburg press was looking after business in Winslow saturday. Charley Philippy of Marion township was in Winslow sunday shaking hands with friends. Lloyd rust was in Selvin last week visiting relatives. He was accompanied Home by his Cousin miss Grace rust. Ollie Pirkle and wife of near Ayrshire were in town saturday making purchases and attending to business matters. Ralph Brittain and wife prominent people of Marion township spent saturday night and sunday Here with her parents or. And mrs. W. A. Morton. Mrs. Elizabeth Ashby one of the most prominent ladies of this township was in town saturday making purchases and looking Afi a �i.-rksine8.s affairs. For car old mares one with Good Colt. Also 3 year old horse. Will take your note. William b. Mccord Winslow route 20. Owing to our being unable to get our Corn shipment in on time will not have a car of Corn in Winslow until saturday. Will have plenty then. J. W. Mccord. There will be a mass meeting held at Lobbey s Hall thursday evening May 30th at 8 o clock to discuss the Railroad question. By order of committee. The ice Cream supper advertised at the Oak Hill school House for last saturday night was postponed until this coming saturday night on account of the weather. It will be held this saturday night and the Public is invited to be present. _ at the democratic county convention which will be held in Winslow saturday june 8th, George William Curtis of it. Vernon will address the voters. Or. Curtis is an Able speaker and comes from that Good old democratic county of Posey. His address will be Worth hearing. The county Board of review will meet at the auditor s office the first monday in june to equalize the assessments of the various township assessors. The Board consists of the county assessor. Otto Bauermeister auditor John d. Gray treasurer w. H. Scales and two members one from each political party appointed by the judge. The members appointed by judge Bretz this year Are George Dougan of Monroe township and Clarence Waltz of Clay a crusade has been started in Oakland City against Selling cigarettes to minors and two merchants have been made to pay a Fine. Dealers get lax in the matter of cigarettes and Many do not understand the Law. By an act of the legislature of 1909 it is in Law Ful to sell cigarettes cigarette papers or other Quot Makins Quot to any minor under the age of 21 years or for a dealer to permit the same to be sold either directly or indirectly or to let a Given away or procured in any other manner. The Fine provided for the if rat offence is not less than $25.00 and for the second offence the Fine is not less than $100.00 or imprisonment in the county jail for not less than six. Months. Sherd will fix your clock. Batson has fresh fish every Day. Saturday special 50c Corset covers 35c. Toggery shop. Green Beans at Dearing s Cash grocery. Jumbo seed peanuts at Woodford s. Dispatch. Winslow Indiana Ridall pruning May 24, 1912. Number 11 Dan Sandage and wife were in Petersburg on business tuesday. J. W. Mccord looked after business matters in Owensville tues. Day. _ Marse Robling and family of Westphalia Are Here visiting relatives and friends. Doris Davisson of Petersburg is visiting her grandparents t. M. Bristow and wife. Coil at Everett s. A he swell new at Fowler s. Combs dresses undershirts and Toggery shop. Maggie Shaw has been a Ier of the sick list this week. Iran teed cold tablets at eve try a Box. No cure i _ of Are going to build or re is a Greer Wilkinson lumber seed Corn for sale�?20 bushels Early yellow 90-Day Illinois seed Corn. Herman Bryant. James Jones a prominent Marion township Farmer was in Winslow on business monday. Make your furniture new by using our High class varnish stains and liquid veneer. Everett s. Mrs. Kate e. Abbott is visiting her son m. A Abbott and other relatives and friends in Chrisney. Elisha Thurman and Quot William Spencer of Muren were looking after business in town saturday. J. S. Barrett of Lockhart township and son Guy were in town monday. Guy is attending school at Oakland City. George i. Montgomery James mounts and Bart Luff prominent Farmers of Cato were in town saturday looking after business matters. _ Herman Russ son of f. C. Russ and wife South of town leaves sunday for Valparaiso to take thei summer course at the Normal there. He will be gone months. _ at the spriggins theat orium Fri Day evening that Noti ious. Pirate Blackbeard will be shown moving picture and the Forrest plea. These pictures Are fint for sale�?6-Po of House acres of ground Good water sufficient outbuildings and food cellar. Close to mines and Ideal place to live. Terms easy. L. E. Cathrine Jerrell wife of Fil More Jerrell of Washington township died thursday afternoon. She was 51 years old and is survived by the husband and eight children. The funeral service was conducted sunday from the family residence. Burial was in Walnut Hills cemetery. _ mrs. Pansy Sanders wife of Jan ral Sanders of Washington township died thursday night after a Long illness. She was a sufferer from appendicitis and stood an operation from which she never fully recovered. She was 19 years old and was a daughter of the late Henry Heathman. The husband and one child survive. The funeral service Quot Vas conducted saturday interment made in Walnut Hills cemetery Petersburg. The Harvester Trust sell binders in Russia and South America for $90 that the american Farmer pays $120 for the same machine. While or. Roosevelt was president an Effort was started looking toward breaking up this Trust but he secretly suppressed the Effort. Or. Taft has had nearly four years at this same big Trust which plunders the Farmer yet nothing has been done. The Only Way for the Farmer to get any Relief from such plunderers is to elect a democratic president that does not receive his Campaign fund from them. This is the week of the Odd Fellows grand Lodge and Rebekah. Assembly at Indianapolis. Pike county has eleven Odd Fellows lodges. The following list Are among those who attended the meetings Petersburg Harry w. Carpenter a grand Lodge officer s. E. Dillin Dick Gladish mrs. L. J. Dunning and Doshie Decker Union John j. Cat and mrs. Anna Mcatee Hosmer Riley Thompson and mrs. S. C. Clark Winslow John Ellison and miss Josie Biggs Arthur Fred Bue Chele Augusta John Wilder and mrs. George a. Hurst Stendal George r. Taylor Velpen David r. Coleman Algiers Herschel Luton Otwell George w. Hud a mrs. Spiva Hudson and it of Inez Craig Spurgeon s. W. Roy Sarah j. Taylor and Carrie Latte. I i Annie Mcmurty of Lynn ii visited mrs. Mary Mccord a Hiis week. Lii i d. Grimes was in town iday making purchases and who acquaintances. Ii. Woolsey a leading Mon Winship citizen was looking a i a business matters in town slam of myrrh for external us Only for wounds and sores on Man or beast at Heuring s Mcsmith shop. Guaranteed. D. W. Bell and wife were in Napolis this week attending session of the Rebekah Asly and the .1. O. O. F. Grand be a a ick headache results from a Dis of ered condition of the stomach a a can be cured by the use of Emberlain s stomach and Liv Fer Ali lets. Try it. For Sale by All ers. Everett s ice Cream parlor. Paints oils and Greer Wilkinson s. Varnishes at see the Peg tooth Harrow at f. Heuring s Blacksmith shop. For Sale rubber tired buggy and harness. Bretz Nelson. See Woodford s 10c ice pick. Automatic children s Rah Rah hats 10c at Toggery shop. See Louis Macarty for guttering spouting and tinning of every kind make your own fresh fish by using Woodford s Flake Hominy and Cape code Whiting. F. E. Heuring and wife and w. J. Richardson and wife spent thursday in Petersburg the guests of relatives. A boy was born to or. And mrs. Emory Thurman of near Muren saturday the Little one lived but a few minutes. Miley returned saturday pm Evansville where he has been a Hospital. He is looking Fine a ibid says he is gaining rapidly. Mrs. Miley was with him the last a ree weeks of his stay. A rat Twenty seven inches Long old weighing ten pounds fought St Jiorle faintly in new York the Day r the Story in full is Ari this Issue. This Issue Al wins All the other special is furnished regularly. Ire ground has been turned a Pike county this week men All during the sea a on the ,.morning ,.the week her Stayr Valr qts Corn win to planted. At a i meeting of the first District democratic committee in Evansville saturday it was decided to delay naming the Date for the democratic congressional convention until after the Baltimore convention. The committee will meet again july 6th to again consider the Date. New Harmony is bidding hard for the convention and Promise ample entertainment for the delegates. It is Likely the convention will go there although a very out of then Way place for the Pike county delegates to get to. Marion Miller a Logan township Farmer received a letter from his son Morton Miller of Bradley ark., Friday intimating that he expected to commit suicide. He rushed around and caught the train that night for his son s Home and on arriving there found him and his family ail Well and doing Well. Morton Miller lost i first wife about a year ago. Later he married Mabel Ropp his present wife and together they went to Arkansas to live. A Story leaked out that the elder Miller had received a Telegram that his son had shot himself in Arkansas but this was not True. The Pike county Farmers fair we be held this year wednesday thursday Friday and saturday August 21, 22, 23 and 24. Greater preparations Are being made for a big fair this year than Ever before. The directors Are holding weekly meetings now and getting the affairs of the association in prime condition. New stockholders Are being taken in at a rapid rate. A Standard half mile track is to be built work on which will begin in the next week. The grounds committee Are getting Busy preparing the grounds for., a great fair. Hundreds of to ee8 Quot Are to be removed which work starts at once. A new Floral Hall will he built and hundreds of dollars spent on the ground improvements. The fair this year will be the greatest of anything of the kind Ever pulled off in Pike county. If you Are not a stockholder now is the time to he getting in and whether you a stockholder or not now is the time to begin to think of get King something ready to take to the fair. Competition will be open to the entire county. Mrs. Edward Jackson and three children of Worthington Are Here the guests of her Mother and other relatives and friends. A 10-Pound girl was born to or. And mrs. Edward r. Downs of Washington last week. Or. Downs is a brother of mrs. John Hurt of Blackburn. Mrs. Kittie Dillon closed her Spring school Friday after a very successful term and left sunday for Terre haute where she will take some special work during the summer term of the Indiana state Normal. _ the following prices Are in effect at our meat Market porterhouse Steak per la .18c loin Steak per la .18c Choice round per la .18c Chuck Steak per la .18c Choice beef roast per la .16c plate meat per la .14c Choice pork Steak per la .15c Choice chops per la .15c Hamberger per la .15c pork sausage Lirika or bulk la 15c Mistletoe hams sliced per lb.25c minced Ham per la .15c Acorn Bacon per la .18c pickled pork per la. .12 a boiled. Ham per la .30c t Dearing s Cash grocery the Tiger Ball team Ivor need to Tell City sunday and Defeated the Tell City Grays in a fast game the score standing 3 to 0. It took but one hour and fifteen minutes to play the game of nine innings. Quot big six Quot Leimgruber was on the Mound for the Grays and pitched an excellent gait. Two errors were responsible for two of the Tiger runs. Quot lefty Quot Smith was on the firing line for the locals and showed his old time form the Grays getting but one hit and that in the 9th with two men Down. Ashby was there with his new big Mit and was in the game from the Start Mitil the close. Ashby and Weitzel were the Only players to have a put out. Ashby had 16 while Weitzel had 11. Only two Grays reached first and they got no farther. The tigers were All full of Ginger and played a splendid game. The score by innings rhe Winslow. 00 0010 00 2 3 5 0 Tell City. 0 0 0 0 0 0000 0 1 3 batteries Smith amp Ashby Leim Graber amp by he 2 base hits Ber Ger and Ashby struck out by Smith 14, by Leimgruber 3 stolen bases Berger and Reed. Lena Sebly Little daughter of or. And mrs. Willard Selby North of Winslow perhaps has More grand parents living than any other child in Southern Indiana. Its Grandfather and grand Mother on its father s Side Are Frank Selby and wife both living it s Mother s Side both grandparents Are living. They Are or. And mrs. William h. Fettinger. A great Grandfather Wulliam Selby father of its Grandfather on the father s Side and a great Grandfather and grandmother Sam Amos and wife parents of mrs. Frank Selby. On the Mother s Side mrs. Anne Fettinger is a great grand Mother. She is the Mother of William h. Fettinger. Her Mother is living in the person of Louisa Mcneely who is a great great grandmother to the child. Mrs. William h. Fettinger s father George Selby is another great Grandfather. This repro prese sets through the Mother s Side five generations living which is the longest string of relationship known in Tjimis Section of the country. The Little girl is three years old while her great great grwdn3.other, mrs. Louisa Mcneely is eighty three. Concrete barn pillars at Greer Wilkinson s. Don t let your chickens die of gaps. See Everett. When in Winslow Stop at c. W. Butler s restaurant. Perry Ward prominent citizen North of town was in town on business tuesday. See our line of ready to wears for decoration Day. Toggery shop. Louis Macarty the Tinner will put that new roof on right and at the right Price. He does the Best guttering too. The of lowing transfers of real estate have been recorded in the office of the recorder of Pike county since our last report Edward f. H. Elbert and w to Henry Kahle ser ser Sec 12, t3s, r7w, 40 acres. Matilda j. Patterson to William h. Patterson Pine or and it new or Sec 5 and it new or new or and it new or new or Sec 4, and pts or ser and pts or ser Sec 32, tin r9w, 260 acres. Indiana Beck to we. C. Wyatt lot 135 Velpen. Jno. A. Church it Al to Marion Falls pts or so or Sec 12, t2s, r8w, 2 acres. Martha a. Church heirs to John Hanna pts or so or Sec 12, t2s, r8w, 1 acre. C. D. Houchin and w to Ingle investment co., Coal under new or. He or Sec 13, t2s, r8w, 40 acres. T. W. Shoulders and w to Ingle investment co. Coal under one or Sec 13, t23, r8w, 80 acres. L. W. Skinner and w to Ingle investment co., Coal under pts or Sec 13, t2s, r8w. 80 acres. Emily of. Bryant to Luella Preston wy., ser and pts or near Sec 36, tin r7w. Sylvestor h. Horton and w to Earnest Preston pts or be i Sec 36, tin r7w.teney Ellen Loveless to John Beck und 1-3 int ser new or and so or near Sec 16, t2s, r8\v, 80 of. Bryant to Lyman Strong. Icet a see 36, tin few 18 acres. John Beck and w to Oliver a Hardin pts or so or Sec 3,. T2s, r8w. Elizabeth Hunley it Al to Erasmus Miley und 5-16 int it new or so or Sec 13, tin r8w. Peter Drof and w to Nora Cunnings it new or Sec 22, tin r8w 40 acres. Paulina l. Mason by d. D. Corn adm to Chas. L. Mason Pine or near Sec 34, t2s, r8w, 15 acres. Malinda j. Patterson to we. H. Patterson und 1-3 int near Sec 5 and w Side new or new or Sec tvs r9w, and w Side ser ser Sec 32, tin r9w, 130 acres. Matilda j. Patterson to Eva Parker 2-3 int in same As above. Emily f. Bryant to Mary e. Rhodes new or ser and pts or near Sec 36, tin r7w. Marion Thompson and w to Ingle investment co., Coal under near so or Sec 13, t2s, i 8w, 40 acres. Catharine h. K. Cash to Ingle investment co., Coal under Pine or ser Sec 13, t2s, r8w, 57-100 acre. Thomas w. Shoulders and w to Ingle investment co., Coal under pin ser Sec 13, t2s, r8w. Harvey w. Wade to Ingle investment co Coal under 1 acre in Arthur. Henry l. Thompson to Ingle investment co., Coal under 1 acre which is it new or ser Sec 13, t2s, r8w. Martin shoulders and w to Ingle investment co., goal under it new or ser Sec 13, t2s, r8w, 9 acres. Fannie Buchele and h to Ingle investment co., Coal under it new or ser Sec 13, t28, r8w. Matilda Mcconnell to Ingle investment co., Coal under pin ser Sec 13, t2s,&Quot r8w. We. L. West it Al to Ingle investment co., Coal under Pine or new or Sec 24, t2s, r8w. Joseph c. Bass to Ingle investment co., it new or near Sec 24, t2s, r8w, and pts or ser and pts Quot or ser and pts a a so or Sec 13, t2s, Row 129 acres Coal Only. Alfred w. Vaughn and w to we. F. Risley s so or Sec 6 and e ser Sec 1 acid ser near a and near ser Sec 2, All t2s, r7w, 166 acres Anna Keller it Al to George Keller wine or and near new or and Fie or new or Bee i and it by or it ser dec 11, and it Soqr be Fri flee 10, t3s, r7w, 209 acres m a

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