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THE CAPER WITH A QUALITY — PURCHASING POWER FOR THE ADVERTISER MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—LEASED WIRE THE "FREE PRESS GIVES YOU THE BIG NEWS BEFORE ANY OTHER PAPER V T oluine 21. CARBONDALE, ILL., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1924. Number 100, UPHEAVAL HOLDS FOR ,000 IN GROWTH- UILDINGS, PAVING, HOMES Garhondale Takes Biggest Stride, Estimate 250 Homes Will be Built This year. Condition Almost Proportion of Boom. City Team- >y;ork Has Much* To Do With Progress. With the first month of 1924 having gone and the breaking c,f winter weather at hand Carbondale turns to a year which holds the greatest material growth i-t has ever known. Striding as it never has within the last three or four year's, Carbondale is on the verge of emerging from that stable, constant, dependable-growth^ which has .always 1 characterized it as. a healthful developing city, into what is hardly less than> a condition that has. proportions of a boom. Buildings, new homes.- municipal improvements—those that are in immediate prospect for the current year aggregate the total CAPE ROMPS ON THE NORMAL FIVE 24 TO 15 Another Game Tonight Local Shoot Bad The Cape Girardeau Teachers' College won from the Normal last night ;24 to 15. The Missourians had a better eye for the basket and during the first half ran the score up to 12 to .6, F the Maroona during this period not scoring a field goal. The Maroon defense was not s'o good as usual due to the fact probably that Allen the accustomed floor guard was at forward HIGH SCHOOL CARJf VAL IS SUCCESS Many Attend Last Night Merry-Making at Community H. The Carnival given at .the Com munity High School last evening went over tig indeed, every room in the building offered -a . different, form o amusement. Many tooths -offered i variety of articles for sale-and they had all sold out long before-time for the guests to leave. : The "Zeigfield Follies," "The Minstrels" and "The Athletics . Show" -were especia'lly good. A large crowd attended and the receipts amounted to two hundred dollars. • . ' / r The Carnival was under the supervision of the seniors and the fund goes for the! rannual, "Dial Book," Special credit is due Miss Ethel Rayborn, "Senior. Fowley, claas Sponsor" and Ned president. Fowley was in complete charge last night due to the - Illness of Miss Rayborn.' SECOND WEEK OF S)S, DRIVE IS TOMORROW Striving for $4,000 Attendance At All Schools Sunday 100 PER CENT PROMISES Prospects Good for Increase Over Last Sunday 3,000 The roll of 100 per cent places and organizations back of the Sunday school' rally which has set- a 20,00,0 mark for February for Sunday school enrollment > has reported. Tomorrow is the second Sunday of the campaign and the -committee has numbered a number of business establishments and. institutions as 100 Arrest Sheriff Of Willianison County On Murder Charge Jailed by Chief of Police, Jailed Here. \ Caesar Cagle, Constable, Issuing Warrants for Raids, Shot and Killed From Ambush) On Streets. S. Glenn Young is Now Acting Chief of Herrin. Five of Troop Take Over Town. < , • BULLETIN _ Sheriff George Galligan of Williamson Count y, was arrested oere shortly before 11 o'clock today charged with the murder of Caesar Cagle, Herrin constable, slain from ambush on the streets of Herrin last night. The warrant is said to' have been issued

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  1. The Daily Free Press,
  2. 09 Feb 1924, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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