Calvin Brewer Coroner's Inquest

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Calvin Brewer Coroner's Inquest - JOHNSON * COMPANY rfpril tightk Carnations and...
JOHNSON * COMPANY rfpril tightk Carnations and scuve- each'pwchasc; Will on ll milhncry. came to his death from natural causes and heart disease. The funeral occurred occurred Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Susan Baird, of Makanda, is the guest of Carbondale relatives today. today. ] . _ _ ' " • • Found at last a durable and, satisfactory satisfactory floor finish'. See Ogden, Johnston Johnston Co. _ __ Major .Dan- Hogan, of Mound City, was a guest at the New: Hundley Sunday Sunday morning. Don't 'forget 'tis, "headquarters, for varnish stains, step ladders, and house cleaning appliances. JOHNSTON Co. | i here for in prices. Call cm them at- their office under telepliohe exchai>ge. Miss Grace Phillips, of Carterville, visited Miss Ethel, Phillips over Sunday. Sunday. • The Beethoven Society meets witji Mrs. T.-B. F. Siriith tomorrow afternoon. afternoon. _. Albert F. Smith received today a car each of Louisville cement and sand, James Messmore and Jeff' Harg-rave made a business trip to Pomona yesterday, yesterday, __ The Ladies' Whist Club meets with Mrs. H. W. Shryock Wednesday afternoon. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, H. C. Hertz spent Sunday with the former's mother a Mound City. Attorneys O. B. Hamilton and M. M Thompson transacted business i n Murphysboro today. Mrs. C. L, Ewing, Mrs. Hiram Willson Willson and daughter, Mies Edith, are St. Louis visitors today. J. W. Ward and family left Sunday for afewdaya visitin Memphis, Teen., :mcl other southern points. Miss Lillie Toler, teacher in the. Centralia public schools,'-visited relatives relatives in this city'yesterday. Miss Lillian. Orr, who has been the guest of Mrs, Bertha Barr Keesee. re-. turned to her home in" Benton this morning. /. • • _______ Thos. Brown and. daughter, Marie, spent "Sunday- with Mr. Brown's daughter, Mrs. Mae Eoberts, of Johnston Johnston City.,_ _ •_ ________ Jeff Phelps, who has been quite ill with pneumonia for some time, is improving slowly, but is still. a very, sick man: ___ __ __• __ Miss Carrie Hackney, of Murphysboro. Murphysboro. was the guest of friends in this city today on h6r way home from Centralia.' _ ___ ____ Jlev. J. AV". MeNeiU. returned today from Chester .and Sbeelvilie where he conducted quarterly meeting services yesterday. At the preaching service at the Grace M>E. church yesterday after- noon, the pulpit was Prof. S. E. Harwood., occupied -by Judges W. W. Ban- and F. Youngblood went to Jonesboro legal business this morning. The verdict of the ,c'oroner'd jury.on the death of Calvin Brewer, who was 1 found dead in bed at his home near this city Friday morning, was that he The big "clean up" sale at the Leader Leader Mercantile Co. store-' began today. The store was closed'?until 10'a. m. when the sale began. Prof. H. W. Shryock will lecture, on his European.trip, before the Ze- tetic society at the'normal'at thejr regular regular meet-ing Friday night. Miss Mae Kavanagh. and Baymond Weiler have returned from Centralia, where-Jiliey spent a week with Miss Kavanagh'a" mother and sister. Miss \Fern Lewis returned from Harrisbnrg Sunday, where she has been visiting her sisters, Mrs. Cora Travelstead and'Mrs. Mabel Capel John Campbell is working at, the j American Express office in the place of Kobert Goodman, who is ( spencUnjf a week or ten day." at his home at Anna. ,__ • . JudgJe W. F. Ellis and Deputy Sheriff Sheriff Sylvester Hanson'attended the funeral funeral of Calvin Brewer, which occurred near Oarbondale Saturday afternoon. —Mitrp'nysboro Independent. Three tenant houses at Dewmaiue, owned by James C. Brush and occupied by employes at the' Brush mines,

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  1. The Daily Free Press,
  2. 27 Mar 1905, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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