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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - May 31, 1912, Winslow, Indiana )LUME 15 WINSLOW, INDIANA, FftlDA ■ fisli from John Batson, lita and cigaya at Butler’s, in M. Turpin was in Evans-on business Saturday. w line of tie clasps, lockets other jewelry at Fowler^s. llet and cane seed at Woodford’s. e best gunpowder tea, per Oc at Bearing’s Cash Grocery W. McCord looked after busi-matters in Jasper Saturday int your house'with “Old bucky Home” paint. Everett’s. . G. W, Barr looked after pro-Lonal business in Otivell Tyes- laranteed cold tablets at Ev-t’s. Try a box. No cure, >ay. _  ^ iwis Brewster, one of Augus-leading citizens, was in Wins-on business Wednesday. anted—10,000 pounds of old ber and will pay the highest •ket price. D. L. Kaplan. be stork visited the home of and Mrs. W. A. Morton last ;k and left a fine girl baby. rs. D. C. Dufendach, of Hunt-bui-g, is here this week the >st of T. C. Nelson and wife. trawberries, pineapples, bana-,, oranges    ¿ at Dearing’s Cash Grocery. [rs. Cornelius Gray Ts visiting • sister and other relatives and mds in Cannelton this week. Irs. Nellie Bays, of Chrisney, visiting her lather, Clifton Ab-tt and family at the parson- e.    --- iack Tate, a prominent farmer i stock man of near Cato, was »king after business in town turday._:___ >an Cook df the Harrison school use neightwn^ood, was looking ber business matters in Peters-rg Moriáay.___ [Charles Shoaf and wife of Hos-;r, spenf Sunday here with T. Bristow ánd family. Mrs. Shoaf a. Mrs; Bristow are sisters. ^    ^oS- ve^ Tífílñ elose at 8 o’clock. JDearing’s Cash Grocery. I am running a blacksmith shop Powell’s shop and solicit a lare of your patronage. Do jrseshoeing and general repair-g. „, Give me a call. Hamilton oung.___ Notice—We will not be response for injuries that may happen ) children in the ball park who re not accompanied by parent r guardian. W^inslow Base Ball .S'sociation.__ While at work at the mines Friday Will Ellison suffered the dis-jcation of his arm. J. W. Powell ssisted to get the bones back a place and by the time the phy-ician arrived his work was competed.  __ S. W. Chappell, of Algiers, was n Indianapolis this week rep-esenting the Petersburg lodge of dasons in Grand Dodge. Joseph D’Brien is Worshipful Master of :he lodge but he sent Mr. Chap-[>ell in his place. This section was visited by quite a. heavy rain Tuesday. Many tarmers were done planting corn while others had just begun. Those who were not through were again delayed in their work of getting out their corn cron. Sarsaparilla at Everett’s. Fowler has some new rings. Go to Butler’s restaurant for a good lun^._' George McClure was down from Velpen Saturday._ Come in and see our line of ladies’ hats. Toggery Shop. See Greer-WUkinson Dumber Company for brick and gravel. Pure apple vinegar at Dearing’s Cash Grocery. Those swell hats came from the Toggery Shop, Wool W'anted—We pay the highest market price for wool. C. W. Jean. __ If you are going to build or repair see Greer-Wilkinson Dumber Company.___ Frank Blythe, of Ditties, visited his son, J. Ross Blythe and family in Winslow Sunday. For Sale—18 or 20 fresh milch cows, 2 to 6 years old. See Herman Bryant at Ingle farm. Mrs. William Wyatt and chil dren are visiting relatives and friends in Dinton this week. Corn, kidney beans, pork and beans, kraut, hominy and apples 2 cans for 15c at Woodford’s. Sherd will fix your clock. Batson has fresh fish every day. Save ice by using one of Woodford’s 10c ice blankets. Green beans at Dearing’s Cash Grocery. Mrs. Joe Risley visited her daughter in Washington this week,  __ John Doveless and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Hosmer. __ at-in Dispatcn. NING, MAY 31, 1912. NUMBER 12 oil at Everett’s, ‘potatoes at Woodford’s. Trustee Warrick Coleman tended the automobile races Indianapolis this week. The field examiners are in Petersburg this week examining the books in the Auditor’s office. Make your furniture new by using our high-class varnish stains and liquid veneer. Everett’s. Thomas Lowe. a prominent Monroe township citizen, was looking after business in town Saturday. Mrs. Ralph Brittian and Earl, of Marion township, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Morton last week. __ The local Odd Fellows’ lodge had a big supper at their hall Tuesday evening. There was a lactge attendance. Sam H. Fettinger and family, of Princeton, have been visiting relatives in Pike county this week. M. H. Brown and Pleasant Dut-trull, leading Marion township citizens, were in town Saturday trading and greeting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Claude C. Winkler, of Vincennes, were in Winslow Saturday and Sundafy the guests of A. J. Heuring and family. Mrs. T. F. DeBruler and children of Boonville, are here this week to attend ■ decoration and visit her parents, Frank Dindsey and wife. For Sale at a Bargain—2 six year old’ mares, one with good colt. Also 3 year old horse. Will take your note. William B. McCord, Winslow, Route 20. Clark Chandler, of Petersburg, was in town Tuesday looking after His poMtical fences* He is a cau- >fov sheriff on the republican ticketr The enumeration of school children of the state has just been completed and shows the state to have 761,494 children of school age. This is a gain of 3,309 over last year and A game of ball was played on the local diamond Sunday between the EvansvUle Goldblilmes and the Tigers. The game was not over interesting according to local fans, the score being 14 to 4 in favor of the Tigers. At the home of Rev. James B. Hayden Friday evening occurred the marriage of Frank Dillon and Dowral Ridge. Rev. Hayden pronounced the cermony in his usual easy manner. The groonf is the' only child of Dr. and Mrs. E. Dillon and is a splendid young man and has the making of a good husband. He is a barber by trade. The bride is the second daughter of Trustee and Mrs. James S. Ridge, of Marion township, and is a young lady of many accomplishment®. The^ young people have gone to housekeeping with the grooms parents. They have many friends about town who will wish them a successful journey along life’s path. The Dispatch extends its beet wishes for peace, happiness und plenty A lodge of Pocahontas, the ladies degree to the Red Men, was organized in Petersburg Monday night. The team from Hosmer did the work. Those present report an enjoyable time._ Emeret Wesley has gone to Robinson, 111., where he has accepted a position with the Bell telephone people. Emeret is a splendid telephone man and makes good wherever he goes. The Winslow band has recently been re-organized and the boys are furnishing some excellent music now. They will play for the Democratic convention to be held in Winslow Saturday, June 8th-  _- This issue of The Dispatch is especially attractive for its special features. If you do not read them you are missing something The markets, the general news, the short story, the patterns and many other special features that are selected with a view to pleasing you are printed in this issue aside from the county hews. Dook them up and you will find that you are getting a lot of good matter for only $1 per year. Sunday Thomas J. Wiggs, of the Burch precinct, was in Winslow Saturday mingling with friends making purchases. White Rocks—Good foundation stock for sale at a reasonable price if sold at once. (Clean blood) George Kammarer Ab Chew and wife, prominent people of Algiers, were in Winslow Sunday visiting their daughter Mrs. Ora A. Ashby. Mr. and Mrs. F. E, Heuring were in Indianapolis this week where Mr. Heuring went as a representative of Winslow Dodge No. 260 F. and A. Masons._ For Sale—6-room house, and 2 acres of ground, good water, sufficient outbuildings and good cellar. Close to mines and ideal place to live. Terms easy. D., E. Hurt.    •    ____ The jpai^y whci';took lumher from the Dobbe^mill thA belonged to me is known and unless he returns it or pay for same the matter will be adjusted in the J. P. court. Clyde McGlasson Theri wUl be an all day meeting, basket dinner and baptising at Aberdeen next Sunday. Rev. Thomas Minnis, pastor of the Aberdeen church, will conduct the service and administer the ordinance of baptism.__ Dena Norrick, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Norrick, of near Augusta, died Tuesday night after an illness of about two weeks. Her illness started with an abcess of the jaw and blood poison developed. She was six years old. The funeral serr vice was conducted Thursday morning, interment being made in the Odd Fellpws’ cemetery at Augusta. Seef'iyie swell new combs and barged at^Fowler’s.    * Wg^'pay~the highest price for wo<k. -iC. W. Jean. FiM¿ line children’s dresses from 25cat Toggery Shop. N«ie" potatoes and new peas at Dearing’s Cash Grocery. ''    ' " "" ' Thiji'stork visited the home of Gepoat Brown and wife Friday and left a ^uncing big boy. Dick-iBass, of Dockhart township, #as looking after business and mingling with friends in Winslow fhjfcÉur day. BPtakm of Myrrh, for external use .<^ly» for wounds and ^ores bn n^h or beast, at Heuring’s blacl^mith shop. Guaranteed. Sibfe headache results from a dis-ordpi'ed condition of the stomach, and^ be cured by the use of Cha*i|t>erlain’‘a Stomach and Diver Tabl^. Try it. For sale by all dealj^.' ___ CSfUnty Suuperintendent Andrew Jev;^!' held the examination for teachers at the high school Saturday. Seventy-five teachers and prospective teachers took the ex-nstion. Everett’s ice cream parlor. Fresh cream cheese at Woodford’s. •    _ Paints, oils and varnishes at Greer-Wilkinson’s. Dadies’ ready to wear dresses, $1 up at Toggery Shop. See the peg tooth' harrow at F. Heuring’s blacksmith shop. For Sale—Rubber tired buggy and harness. Bretz Nelson. See Douis Macarty for guttering, spouting and tinning of every kind.  __ “Pap” Sims, of Jefferson township, was in Winslow on business Wednesday. Irene Horstmeyer was given the umbrella at the theatorium Saturday night. She received 3,395 votes. ___ Trustee Fred Corn, of Stendal, was in Winslow Saturday. Mr. Corn is making an ideal trustee for Dockhart township and is giving splendid satisfaction to the taxpayers. S. %ltsL Marshall left last week for l^ibhmond where she has ac-ceptesd place in the East Haven hospkAl for the insane. A letter frdnai fe«r says she likes the place vef^ .ipuch. The following marriage licenses have' heea issued by the clerk since ouk Itiat report: S. Dillon to Dowral Ridge Ira pj^ldridge to Dela Stone. RoSG^ V, Richardson to Mbr^p. . ___ jameüi Stubblefield and family arMved in- Winslow Saturday mPrui)^g from Ditchfield, Neb. to Viait relatives and friends. They W^re torñierly residents of this comntó|nity^ both havings been raise€ heri^ and have a host of Meud| who were pleased "'th see ¿hem merchant Fern Dr. D. R, Miller, who was charged with an abortion on Dena Kress and under bond in the Gibson county court, was released of his bond in that county last week on a plea of abatement. He will be tried in the Pike circuit court probably next term. The bond in the Pike circuit court is $500. John J. Williams, a member of the township advisory board, was in town Monday attending a special- meeting of the board. They finished the deal of buying ClclUe Skinner’s home in front of the school house to be used for school ground. The house will not be removed now owing to a scarcity of funds but later the buildings will be sold and the ground used for a school ground. —    . - 1 The following prices are in effect at our meat market; Porterhouse steak, pen lb ......18c Doin steak, per lb .....¿ .........18c Choice round, per lb 1.......,...18c Chuck stea:k, per lb ...............18c Choice beei roast, per lb ...... Plate meat, per lb    —— -I.14c Choice pork ateak, per lb ...... 15c ..TI.».. Tomato plants at Woodford’s. 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. Mrs. Mary McCord visited relatives in Patoka and Ft. Branch last week. Special for Saturday—Dadies velvet and leather pocket books, 39c at Toggery Shop. Douis Macarty, the tinner, will put that new roof on right and at the right price. He does the best guttering, too. Saturday evening is the regular meeting of Winslow lodge of Masons. All members who can are expected to be present. Floyd F. Oursler, Secretary. Mrs. D. H. Thiry and daughter Helen are in Ava, Mo. visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Thiry will stay about three weeks but Miss Helen will spend the summer there. has the right goods at the right price and he knows it and is not afraid to tell what he has. No man is afraid of publicity when he is right—rather he courts it about his wares. The fellow whO' does •not advertise is afraid for you to compare his wares with tlje other stores. Moral—Better dodge the store that does not advertise. Choice cJiopSi pev lb The school board. Friday night, appointed John A. Bays, of Chrisney, principal of the city high school. We feel that the board made no mistake. Mr. Bays is a graduate of Wabash college, has had considerable experience as a teacher, having served three years in the government service in the Philippines as supervisor of schools, besides he is a Christian gentleman and in every way competent to fUl the place.—Rock-port Journal.    _ Jane Richardson died night at the home of her nephew, Ed Blake of Dogan township, after a lingering illness. She was 67 years old .and was the widow of the late William C. Richardson who died last winter at his was $107,136.11. home close to Spurgeon. Her maiden name was Jane Bradshaw. When a young woman ^she married a Dejournett. * After his death she married William Sturgeon. After his death she married WUliam C. Richardson. They resided south of Winslow for many years and had many friends in this section of the county. Deceased was s member of the Regular Baptist church. The funergl service was held at the- home of iTrustec Blake where she died, Monday afternoon. Elder J. W. Richardson conducting the service. Interment i».as made in the Dejournett cemetery on the old farm where the deceased lived many years. County treasurer Scales has completed the totals of the tax collected for the first installment 1912. The total is $103,978,66. The amount collected for thé first installment of 1912 is considerable less than the amount collected last year. Dast year the amount The following is the amount collected by townships for the year 1912 and 1911 in comparison: 1912    1911 $13,620.01 $16,213.90 ... 14,536.82    14,297.72 ...    5,634.18 ...    5,222.89 16Í73.07 ... 9,884.05 5,126.71 ... 9,287.13 ... 6,471.73 ... 16,801^27 ... 8,771.80 Notice to Stockholders of the Winslow Base Ball Association-Stock subscriptions are noy dne and must be paid in by ; 8«turd$^i June Ut. Hake payment to treasurer, Clellle HoCord. Hostmeyer. Jefferson ... Washington MadiiBon___ Clay ...... . Patoka ... . Monroe ... . Dogan — ... Dockhart ... Maripn ... . Petersburg Winslow ... 5,708.19 5,659.45 14,476.46 9,828.09 6,466.78 ,9,068.11 7,088.30 16,254.69 4,085 62 According to reports that have been given out the mipers of this, the nth district will go báck to work on the two weeks’ pay plan. The matter of whether the miners and operators should settle on the Weekly pay plan or strike was submited to a referendum vote all over the district Tuesday and the report is that the men voted by a large majority to go to work. The Pike county miners voted largely for thb strike unless a weekly pay was granted but reports from the northern end of the district are to the effect that the majority is heavily for going to.jwf»rk. ;    ^ Kev.^rniam Chés-sar, of Sfarion township, will preach his annual “Sermon on the Rock.” Once each year, the first Sunday in June, Rev. Chessar preaches a sermon on the site of the old Plat Creek church at Nox-id. Back in 1858 a church waa built at what is known as Noxid. It was owned by the General Baptist congregation there and was used for worship until 1894 when the building burned. There was no insurance apd the congregation was too poor to rebuild the house. When the deed to the half acre of ground was made it specified that the ground wks to return to the original owners when it should cease to be used for church purposes. Services once each year holds th,e ground for the church and annually since the burning of the house Rev. Chessar has preached on the foundation rock and for many years people all over Pike county have looked forward to Rev. Chessar’s “Sermon on the Rock.” The congregation hopes some day to replace the house and until aueh time* as they arf strong 4MH0ugk to do so the first Sunday in June services will he held on ground. Reople journey for to attend the annual ghunld the service not year the ground to Nick Poster Pork sausage, link or bulk, lb. 15c Misletoe hams, sliced, per lb...25c Minced ham, per lb ...............15c Acorn bacon, per lb ............18c Pickled pork, per lb  .......12^c Boiled ham, per lb ......... ...30c Dearing’s Cash Grocery. Roscoe Richardson and Fern Morton went to Petersburg Wednesday afternoon and were married in the Clerk’s office by Rev. J. M. Burch. They are among our best and most popular young people and the entire community will wish them a long life of happiness. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. John Jones and is a young lady of many accomplishments. The groom is the eldest son of George Richardson and wife and is an industrious young man. He is jemployed in Thiry’s hardware store and is an acommodating clerk. The Dispatch extends its best wishes to them. Christina Rusk and h to Andy Pie, pt lot 38 Profit’s addition to ^tersburg. James P. Ward and w to Ora Ashby, pt nw qr, nw qr, sec 32, tls, r7w, 10 acres.    ^ Henry G. Robinson and w to Daniel E. Taylor, lots 19 and 20 Velpen and a%, ne qr, sec 4, t2s, r6w, 80 acres. Albert Starbuck and w to J. Cliff Read, lot 3 and 4 Walsh ad. and 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 18, 19, 20 25 and 26 Shaefer’s ad to Petersburg. Roberson Richeson and w to Emm-a Richeson, sw qr, sw qr,' sec 33ré2s, r7w, 40 acres. W. A. Oliphant and w to Addah O. George, pt loc 3 and 4, tln> r9w, 292_^9-100 acres. Addah p. George and h to W A. Gliphaiit and wife, pt loc 3 and 4, tin, r9w, 292 9-100 acies. W. R. Crisel to Jennie R. Rodim-eli pt lot 25 and pt lot 14 Morgan’s ^ddiUon Petersburg. Edward H. Scales and w to Ben Hook, pt ne qr, aw qr, sec 32, tls, r7w, 33-100 acre. Dayn^ B. Cook and wife to Isfiac N. Howard, lota 35 ánd 36 and pt lot 84 Velpen. James Martin to Henry Martin by wUl, pt wJi, sw qr, sw qr, sec 2, t2a, r7w, 1 acre. Henry Martin and w to Simon Reed, same as above. Joseph 8. Johnson and w to Etta Bistlwf, lot 10 Morgan’s add to' Petersburg. Inlxum an¿t w to PkiRp D. Abell, !bt 96 Velpen. The April term of the Pike Circuit Court adjourned Friday. The following cases haVe been disposed of since our last issue: Montgomery vs Montgomery ; continued. In the matter of the drainage petition of Minnie F. Thompson; continued. In the mattef of the ditch petition of W. W, Shy, Charles Duff, et al, June 20 given to file remonstrance. Isaac Rouse vs Clyde Jackson, possesision ; trial by court, judgment against plaintiff for costs. S. Kahns & Son vs George W. Decker and Willis Hornbrook; Samuel Hargrove appointed receiver. John Tharp vs Zadie Doughmil-ler, et al; report pf^ commissioners in partition;    ¿ :^lijah ..Fowler vs Eliza Payne; hii^'W^ay” ordered opened. Charle% D. Mason, et al vs Martha Deitósters, et al; continued. Clara ^Anz vs John Alvey, et al i oqpt^^d^, ¿    ■'"vv of Everett Wiggs, et al; contihued. Walter Humphrey vs Sophrona . Humphrey, divorce; continued. Carrie Solimán vs August Sick-man, bastardy ; judgment for plaintiff for $400 to be paid $50 June 15th each year, and costs. Alta O’Brien admr estate of William O’Brien vs S. W. Dittle Coal Co.; continued. Abner H. Horton receiver vs Des-ter B. Payne admr estate of James B. Payne; continued. Martha Reed vs Kate Broshears, et al; continued. Matter of the petition of the Vincenhes Bridge Co. vacate public street in Vincennes; continued. Willard E. Smith vs Egan Smith; continued. Edna Bilberdack vs Edward Bil-derback, divorce; continued. Dyman B. Cook vs Henry W. Stahl and F. W. Stahl; continued. John Gross, et al vs A. H. Johnson, et al, road petition; continued.    TT    •, William Burgher ys Douis Heiq-orn, to retax costs; costs taxed to Douis F. Seibe. Matter of the drainage petition of H. H. Hilderbrand, et al; time to report continued. John W. Hogan, et al vs Arch Gray; costs retaxed. English vs English; appealed to^ supreme court. Southern Railway vs Harve Tih-dle; continued. Matha E. Harbinson vs James Boyd; continued. Francis T. McMurran et al vs Mattie JIamman; set for 9th day of next term. Fannie M. Eiinis vs Willard Arnold ; continued. James A. Turner, et al vs Thalle Oil Co.; continued. Charles Deach et al^ va Ralph Davidson, et al; oontinued. Jessie Bonhomme vs Hugh O’Donnell; continued. Willis Hornbrook vs Cynthia Hornbrook, /divorce; continued. Douella Sii>le vs Erwin Siple, divorcer divorce denied and judgment-rendered against both parties for costs. Sirst National Bank of Petersburg vs Albert Starbuck; dismissed. Martin Harris vs Clay Lemmon; continued. First National Bank of Petersburg vs- Albert and Dissle Star» buck; dismissed. William A. Oliphant vs Jonathan Tolbert; continue<t.

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