Mary Ann House Obituary

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Mary Ann House Obituary - Dear Gus: I have solved the mothwr-in-law...
Dear Gus: I have solved the mothwr-in-law problem; just give her regnlafly-HolUster's Eooky Mountain Tea. It will make her healthy, happy and docile as a lamb. 35 cents Tea or Tablets. F. M. Hewitt. learned ftttte hearing relative, to how this life is being lived by some people in this city. Attorneys W., A. Schwartz and P. M. Youngblood were in Murphysboro to'day • attending county court. The DeSoto Cbristum^church case, in which they are attorneys, is being heard today. today. • • -•' .-•••'• '-' '-'•'" • . . ;"' .Quite a hunting party from this city spent yesterdayand today in the.vici- nity of Wolf Lake. Among those in the party were J. N. Howell, T. Hudspetb, L.T.Barnes, Fred Howell" and Oscar Ohristoph. ' •'. - ;' Glenn Butler, young son of Judge Wm.N.Butler of Cairo, had his right leg broken above the knee a few days ago by colliding with .another boy while playing foot ball'on the high school campus in-that city. A colored employee. at the Ayer & Lord tie plant had a, bad fall about midnight Saturday, breaking two ribs and being otherwise injured. He fell from the/top of a ten foot brick wall in the boiler room. The man weighs 275 pounds. Bowlby, of. Herrin ;.MJ«i Ida, Sowlby of, DeSoto. The funenU occurred Sunday morning. , Miss Mary Hull, after a residence of a number of years in the former Ents-' "minger-Arnold building on West Main street, is preparing to takenp herresi- dence with Mrs. J. P. .Roberts at her home north of the - water company plant. She will probably make the change this week. Christian Union Prayer Meeting will be held at the home of Mr. McAdams tonight on North East street." A large crowd is expected, in which we wish to organize a "Christian Union Prayer Meeting Association." All churches are requested to be represented. . ' E. M. WILLIAMS, at Arthur Roberts, of the Egyptian Publishing company,'Was home over Sunday from Chicago, where he has been looking after the publication of the new bible soon to. be issued for, this company. The new bible will probably be ready for delivery by the first of the year, Mr. Roberts will return return to Chicago tomorrow. The Illinois Central excursion run yesterday from St., Louis to Cairo, stopping at all stations between these two citie's, was not largely patronized. The train carried sis coaches but they were only partially occupied.. About a dozen tickets were sold at this ' station station to Cairo for this train, aud about the same number purchased the regular regular Sunday rate tickets, that many preferring to take the regular trains in preference.to the excursion. At her home one mile 1 west of DeSoto DeSoto Mrs..'Mary Bowlby died at T o'clock .Friday evening, aged 68'years. Her husband died last April. The folio folio wing sons and daughters are living: Mrs. Leona Brown, of Cambria; Cal Bowlby, of DeSoto; Kichard Bowlby, residing 'near Murphysboro; Chas. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. ; Brown- leave Tuesday morning for Springfield, to attend the annual grand lo'dge meeting meeting of the Odd Fellows and Kebefcahs, Mir. Brown representing the Carbonr dile" 1. 6. O. F. lodge, Mrs. Brown representing the local Rebekatvs. RB. RB. Thompson, represents the Makanda lodge at the grand lodge meeting. r.D. C. Jones, a former ;well known teacher in;this section, but now a real estate operator in these parts, was in Carboridale today advertising a sale of 961otsin'E. M. Stotlar's second addition addition to the city of Herrin. This sale is to occur nest week and .is under the direction'.of S. H.. Morton & Co., with branches at Marion, "ConlteryiUe and St.'Louis. Mr. Jones is manager of the Marion office. The complaints of coal being stolen from cars in the I. C. yards here still continues, and some local parties are liable to get in trouble if they are not very'caieful. One case is : reported where some .coal was taken from a car consigned to a resident of this city. Finding out where the coal had gone he hunted up the party, said to be a ne- gro, and demanded pay for the coal taken from hie car. The fellow handed handed over 81.50 to pay ^fdr the coal he had taken. The Murphysboro and Nashville papers are exchanging hot shots in defense of their football elevens, both of whom aspire to the championship of Southern Illinois. These teams met at Nashville a while ago the game resulting in a tie, 0-0. The visiting eleven claims that the -game was re plete'With Jrpwdyism and unfairness on- 1 the'part-'of the Nashville team. The Murphysboro team has challenged theNashvilleites to another game to be played on neutral grounds, Carbondale being preferred as the place for the game by the Murphysboro team. MRS. ANN RATHWELL fllurpliysboro Independent. The death of Mrs". Ann Rathwell, who died Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J, M. Urmy, removes one of the oldest,: if not Che oldest, residents of Jackson .county. She had been ill only two weeks; during her entire life No. No. 400 4 417 125 i 62S 600 615 3 3 of in time'having enjoyed remarkably good health, and old age found her hale and hearty. . • -_. Mrs. Rathwell was born in Ireland in 1812. In 18iS C she came to Canada with her husdand. where she lived until-after his death, 47 years ago. She leaves31 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, 11 great-great grandchildren grandchildren J~the five generations being in this city and able to attend the funeral. If you-r paper is not delivered you regularly and left in the proper place, you will confer a great favor onVus by- reporting same to.this office and the, annoyance will be remedied. The carrier, boys have been instructed to put the papers wherever you direct direct and these instructions must be sa-rvied out. • •

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  1. The Daily Free Press,
  2. 20 Nov 1905, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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