The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on January 17, 1920 · Page 3
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Carbondale, Illinois
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Saturday, January 17, 1920
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS LOCAL NEWS Mtrs. Ezra Holmes and little daughter, Marcedieth, returned ' from Johnston City yesterday where they visited Mrs. Holmes'^sister, Mrs. P. H. McSherry. A baby 'boy was born to Mr. and Mrs McSherry Thursday noon. The mother wag formerly Miss Edna Spence of this city. Normal Basket Ball : Team^Plays Cape The Normal baskert ball team, cora- posed^of Chas. and Merritt Allen, Bud Doolin, Edgar- Carter, Ted Carson, De- } Witt Roberson and Clyde Brooks, went | to CapeT Girardeau .yesterday •where-v. . . , they played the Cape Girardeau teartf'; **?> W ;f X F, E, H, GOOBENOW, PIANO TUNNER, DIES IN HOTEL LOBBY TODAY hurclw *<* -I ^N last night. The boys were accom-" panied by Coach Wm. Lodge. They will p'lay another game tonight. -'-St;J L. E. Rauch has returned from Metropolis where he acted as poultry judge of the Massac County Poultry Show, The Metropolis Herald states that Mr. Rauch "save the best satis ; faction of any judge tKe Association ever had." Birds to the'number of 252 were entered and the Barred Rode : led. with the largest, class. .Mrs. Gus .Trobaugh " jjs' 'recovering in Presence-'.of Four Others at NeSvi'Hundfey This Morning—by Piano Tuning Here—hon^e ,--.( in St. Louis—heart Trouble Cause. Coming :into,the;New Hundley hotel" :,.:u -.•: .. _. .... •••.„ j.. 51 from-the street and sitting down in from a lengthy allness. Her mother, I . . ," ,,. . _. _,. - . . . one of the chairs in. the lobby as though Mrs. Eleanor Wiseman, who has been • - • ' ill'at the, Trobaiigh home, is also improving; . . • r • .. Mrs.Matt Schilla and daughters/Helen and Hazel, of Cairo, are visiting friends,'here. Mrs. Schilla's sister, Miss Delia Dodd, underwent an operation : at Holden Hospital. BIRTHS / Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hagjer are the parents of a IS. pound girl born this morning. Mrs. L. E. Hiller has been removed from a hospital in . Pinckneyjpille to; her home in4his»i<jity,havingg{(fecienji ly recovered from an operation for appendicitis a few weeks ago. _^ - .Dispatcher Geb. Robinson is, ill at his home on West Oak street. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Etherton and children have returned to itheir home in ; Mbsca, Colo, .after a visit here with the former's mother, Mrs. Lydia Eth- erto.n. • *Mfs;"M.''E: White left today for. an extended .fs^ay with her son, Gilbert White; anVwife in Lakeworth, Fla. Miss Allie-Stafford is visiting Misses Ednar-Brayfield' and Sylvia Brown in ^"M^.-and Mrs. W. H. Ashley, Jr., o£ Bush, are here because of the illness prmer's father, W. H. Ashley, ^ Ark., in connection with the Herrin Supply Co. unusually fatigued, F. E.'H. Goodenow Church announcements ahortld be' In the'office not la|er than ,a/p. m. Friday to Jnsufe Inserlion SatifrAlBy.' Pro- ame .for missionary .meetings .the week following must be in the offlct not later Jhan Saturday noon,' ' age 64 years, a piano tuner,, away with only a few gasps, in the presence of three or four other persons in the lobby of the -New Hundley Hotel about 11 o'clock this''morning.* His body rested in the chair limp and breathless' before anyone suspicioned any trouble^with the' man: Dr. F. L. Lingle, arriving a few minutes later, pronounced- only a faint .beat of -the heart, which lasted only a few moments. His home is in St. < Louis. ' His death is believed to have resulted from heart troiable. A short time- Jjrevious at the -Phil .Temple home where he was worlcing on a piano, he complained of a pain in his side. He was returning from there when he stctpped at the New Hundley ^qr a rest, although he was slopping at the erminal. • • , Gooclenow had been speeding several days each month in Carbondale doing paino tuning and (Sther work with pianos. He had made Carbondale for some time and was known here by --."'.. -Misft. Helen Howenstein is spend ingitiie'-Week end at her home in Anna.' many. Frank C. Bastin, a friend of the ill- fated man, wired Mrs. Gooden'ow, up- onjword from wham is pending funeral arrangements. He leaves a wife, two sons and a daughter. , 'Where Quality-Fashion-Price-Reign" | Monday, Jan. 19th. 1 Tuesday, Jan. 20th | Wednesday, Jan. 21stJ FOR 3 DAYS ONLY The Greatest-The most Stupendous tliree Days of oiir SELLING OUT SALE To clean out all Coats—Suit's—Dresses quickly, we shall, feature five (5) groupes for 3 days . only. Spring; £920 models are'included. Hundreds of Garments in Five Groupes Suits up to $27.50 toats up to -20.00 Dresses up to 25.06 .33 No exchanges or refund permitted Suits up. to $37.50 Coats up to 30.00 Dresses 35.00 A Glorious Array of Colors Two Fires at Once Yesterday Afternoon Fire might have played havoc with the I. S. Casper home on Ash street, and theJTohn Darrough home on West College street about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, but only slightly damaged the properties. Mrs. Casper was out in the yard looking for the location of the first fire- at the Darrough home, when a blaze was discovered on the roof of her own house. Neighbors put it out with buckets of water. The fir* ; department was at the Dar- raughl home, which was only slightly damaged. PRESBYTERIAN; CHURCH Corner S. Normal Ave. and Elm St. Walter F. Eagleson, D. p., Paator. . George M. Brush, Organist. A.. K. Wilson; Sunday School.Supt. ;Sabbath school at 9:30 a. in.'' • • Preaching services at" 10:45. Christian Endeavor at 6:30. -Evening worship at 7:30. The pastor, Dr. W. F. Eaglesou, will,! preach. .:. .-.-._ , . j .Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at;.7:30: ..''.-''. : . ./,.. '| . You are cordially invited to alilserv- ' ' YALE G^ONIGHT Margaret jMarsh Phantom Honeymoon" -!•*••. 7 j • v V' * " Considered by al'^ew JYorJc the greatest and most unusuaJ Mystery Drama ever conceived. VV v eird, Myste/ious, Beautiful. It is different from anything you have g seen. M'", : ALSO— ever "THE TRAIL OFTiiiilOPUS' 1 The serial that is full of' punch and thrills. 6:308:15 11 AND 22 , CHRISTIAN SCIENCE .CHURCH .Corner of South Normal Ave. and West Elm St. . ' Sunday school 9:30 a. m. . . . Sunday morning service 10:45.- W«dnesday evening service 7:45. Subject for the Sunday service: "Life." The free reading room and circulating library i a open every Wednesday and Saturday from 2 to 4 p. m. Au- t!:prlzed literature? is for loan and for sale.' - '' - -- • • -• AH are cordially welcome. '•• : ^~ : "' , •'. MONDAY •"•'•'•"••'• •• CATHERINE CALVERT io "Tie Career of Catherine Busk" A Paramount ^Artcraft Feature CHRISTIAN CHURCH ~ Corner Normal Ave. and Monroe St. •• Duncan MacFarlane, Pastor. ' •.The return, of the students wa*no-i ticeaWe last Sunday at Bible school and- the reports of the delegates to'\ the Students' Conference were of "a ] very high order and much appreciated by all present. Two things are of very great im-, portance for the future: 1st, "Adult Mobilization" which is taking shape very rapidly in the Bible school |and' looksj /like, something formable for the school. ' ' 2nd, The campaign that is just beginning . on "Personal Evangelism," which 'is nation-wide among , our churches. We want you to have a part in this great work. What the church will accomplish during this campagin will depend on how • much interest' is manifested; Come out and let us tell you about it. next Sunday. Topic, "Isaiah's Call and Ours."- '• 'Junior League at 2:30 p. m. Miss McGiiire, Superintendent. -Epworth League at 6:30 p.,m. Miss Goings, President. . Subject, "Is Life 'Worth Living?" This is a young people's question and'i many should hear the discus? sion and help answer the question.-.: . Cordial welcome to all fo attend all ;the services. . • OQD FELLOWS ANDREBEKAHS The Odd Fellows will give a social at their hall Saturday night to which all Odd Fellows and Rebekahs and their families are invited. • ' . / Committee. Advertisement. .BIRTHDAY PARTY Wm. Holder, 75 years of age.and a veteran-of the Civil Wai-, underwent-a serious operation at Holden Hospital! Bible school at 9:30. yesterday afternoon. Reports from the ' Morning worship and Communion hospital today were to the effect that a t 10:45. his condition was satisfactory. Mirs. Tom Ellis, who has been a patient at Holden Hospital for the last 1 week, will be removed to her home on West Oak street tomorrow. • Christian Endeavor at 6:30. , Evening song and praise service at ' 7:30: — R. E. Renfro returns tonight from a few days' business trip to Polo. Misses Hazel and Jeanette Rendleman, who are attending school at the Normal, were called to Makanda Thursday because of the itheir grandmother, Mrs. Rendleman. death of Anna, H. Suits up to 47.50 Coats up to 35.00 Dresses'up to 42.50^ Sizes 14 to 46-Stouts included Suits up to ^55.00 .Coats up to 45.00 Dresses up to 59.75 No exchanges or refunds permitted Oscar B. Camp went to Cape Girardeau yesterday with the Normal basket ball team and will xemain over Sunday. .- W. L. Hearn went to Marion, today to visit his brother-in-law, Louis Pulley^ who' is suffering from, a' paralytic stroke. ' . • •• Mrs. Elizabeth Stoker was a business visitor here yesterday. She has" purchased the former W. H. Fraley residence on W.est Oak street arid plans to remove to this city from Makanda. Misses Helen Foley and Thelma Gilpin attended a dance, in DuQuoin last evening. ' • CHURCH OF GOD. Elder O. W. Sidener, Pastor. Services held in I. O. O. F. Hall, East- Main St. ' ' Sunday school 9:30. Lawrence Summons, Supt. '\ Preaching service 19:45. : ''Evening service 7:00. :; - Interesting subject's will be discussed in both morning and evening serv- "ioes. • There will be preaching> ' at ifrother Coulter's, 31»'. ;h Illinois Ave., by the pastor $ jdnesday night, Jan. 21, at 7:00 o'clock. All are- invited to attend these meetings. FIRST BAPTIST .CHURCH Corner West Main St.. and North Normal Ave. . J. W. Merriir, Minister, 307 West Main St.' . . .Phone 387 L. . 9:30 Sunday school '. We must average 275 this. year. -Will you help? " ( •Miss Isabelle Johnson entertained a''number of her little friends at a house party in honor of her llth birthday, at the home of her grandmother,' Mrs. Lorinda Thompson. J Those present, were Melba Proctor,. Francis Hill, Blanch Lentz, Jeannette Evans,' 'Isabelle Johnson/, Theodore Thompson and Ralph Thompson, Jr. •-••• _•:. •"! Moarp^p ..-"-.• a> -•WANTED—Experietfcea -~af perien-eed-"help to aBs'fs^iri-'niflU.^. Good wages.. Gra'ce"x3odaar<i?>MiiIjnerP .WANTED-To rent by responsible :. -.tyro furnished rooms ~ --•» kitchenette. Will furnish linen and silver.,..- "O," carefree Press. ..,WANTED-T-To buy some pretty ferns and, palms. Address F care Free. Press. . ' ' ^ WANTED—Girl for general boiiie- work, middle aged womaa preferred. Good Tiome for , right party. Mra. Fowler, 408 South Poplar St. , f ;' WANTED—One - modern furnished- 'or uBfiirnished room," not more thaa' 3 blocks from depot. Phone-215. WANTED—Men or women, salary $24 full time, 50c an hour spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Experience unnecessary. Guaranteed Mills, Norristown, Pa. WANTED—Furnished flat, 3 or 4 rooms.and bath. "S,« care Free Press. _ , Style Shop, for office or sleeping room*. Apply Mis* Bieth, Normal and MOBTM St. CARD OF THANKS .We wish to thank the neighbors who were so kind in extinguishing the fire at our home last evening. • Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Casper.;! Advertisement. . BOX SUPPER At Woodman Hall Wednesday, Janu- : i ary 21, beginning at 7:30 p. m, given 1 by L. A. to B. of R. T.Everybpdy ih-^j vited.T-Advertisement. ' ' '- TOR «ALE. FpK SALE—Lot on southeast ner ot Eoplar and Pecaa. Call SB CONDUCTED FUNERAL SERVICES Rev.. J.. w! Merrill conducted .the funeral .services of Mrs. Anna H. Rendleman at the Baptist church at Ma^ kanda Thursday a'fternopn! / . '' USUAL. ROUTINE TAKEN UP' • AT COUNCIL MEETING - The city council, held .its regular | weekly meeting at the city hall, last evening. The usual routine of business occupied the session/ A few bills were allowed, and then the. officials adjourned." • -•'-.. ••' ' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Patterson have 10:45 Morning worship. Rev. Louis Koehler, director of •State Sunday school and B. T. P. U., returned from a visit with the latter's j work wil] speak upon the subject .. The • ' •brother, Dr. R. H. Brown, and family Cnu ^ s Need of Youth." in Centralia. ... 2:00"Juniors.. Mrs. Stewart Chandler, leader. • ' . . 6:30 High School B.Y. P. TJ. • Herman Tygett of St. Louis is visiting his mother, Mrs. Anna Tygett, Suits up to' $6s_.oo Coats up to 55.00 Dresses up to 69.50 $33.33 Remember — Trtese prices only hold good for 3 days. Don't wait~ until . aiter this sale — and then regret it. ( ..'.'. . ;. THE SHOP Carbondale; 111. T. E. Hughes returned to his home in Champaign yesterday after in a few. days here on business. I Mrs. J ->S. 'Lewis, who has been at the home of her daughter, Mrs. T. E. Hughes in Champaign, is spending a short time here o- ^business. She'will return to Champaign, because of the illness of her husband, Dr. Lewis, who is confined to the Hughes home. Francis Renfro will lead. 6:30 Senior B. Y. P. U. Louis Wolff, President. Students specially Invited. 7:30 Evening worship. Subject, . or Break — Which?""Come thou .with us 'and we will do thee good." NEW DANCE MUSIC \ New dance M'.is'c has beea secured -for the piano ?.i t^e Elks for .dan;:fng. —AdTertisememt; . • , '-; -.-'-. FIRST METHOPIST CHURCH A. C. Geyen Minister. " ' 206-West Main Street. ~ Sunday school at 9:30^ar m. Louis Renfro," Superintendent. Morning worship at 10i45. 'United Prptestanttem tn M. a. thank offer- Subject, America.'' .ing.- •• .- , '•'>' Evening,-wonUp. at TtM. J. R. Winchester, mason foreman of the I. C., has returned"(from a visit with his wife and''.daughteir, Miss Lora, in Denver, Colo., .where they have been for the.last few-'months, for the benefit of the health of Miss Lora, who is improving. Mrs. Winchester is expected to arrive here the latter part of this month:to make final arrangements for locating permanently' in Denver. Mrs. Harvey Carr and-little daughter, Dorothy, returned ,yesterday afternoon from an extended visit with relatives in Makanda. ** Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Brady and little daughter, Cora Louise, have returned to their home in Granite City after a visit with Mrs. Brady's mother, Mrs.- L. E. Hiller. Mrs.. Roy Ethertpn, Mrs. James Ferrill, Mrs. Jake kerstine, Mrs.; John'' Bouchier and .daughter, Miss Aitna; and Mr. and Mrs/Ralph Thompson attended the funeral of "Mrg. RendlemaB la rront rooms ..FOR RENT—Storage tor hooaeboU goods, !n the one story brick building, cenient floors, on alley v baek of m« Barth Theatre, Apply Mlsi Rleth. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, one block, from the Normal. Phone 496 L. FOR SALB- Free Press. -Bale* at FOR 8ALB-^HOtts» wlti ments on comer lot near t reasonable. Apply «* Sooth or r . FOR SALE—Victrolaj cabjijet mo«$?-. wi " 1 18 record s- Price very read easy terms. 509 Sycamore. -Fred, Hiller, Hallie Brewer, Donald Moss and: Orval Ahl were among thoso attending a dance at DuQuoin last ' night. JOHN BARLEYCORN'S OBITUARY . . (By C. E. Dowdell.) . John Barleycorn-Americanus departed- this; life Jan. -16, 1920, A. pj He was bflrn at^Mt. Ararat in the tent, ol Ifoah.'Oct. 6th, 2347 B. C. v He-yisited America in 1492 A. D. and soon thereafter took up his abode here. He has been in declining health in his- American home -for 'sometime suffering^ paralysis in some' of his parts. His most severe attack was on July i, 191§, from which he could not recover. ' . ' He tried every means to-regain his ol'd time.vigor, calling- in prs. Levy Mjeyer and Elihu Root, L. L. D. But wh'il'e they tapped a big fee out of ,him, their treatment only seemed to hurry the end. His European cousins are greatly shocked at his demise, and- they fear tbat^the attacks which/.brought his • timely end will produce their's also. ' Rhode Island and New Jersey are trying to re-suscitate the corpse, but Dr.-Uncle Sam says that John is dead, dead! dead. 'Please omit flowers but dry,or wet eyes will be place." .Committee on funeral ; ments: . " ! T.H. ; ; AI. Cohol. Vice PiesMent -'i^'.Beer.' Secretary. "' ^v-r-i^'^ L^-'i. - ' LL." > ' TorfB* \ •

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