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THE DAILY FREE PRESS Established Daily 1903 Weekly 1877 Press Publishing Co. MR3. JOHN T. GALBRAITH Edltop and Manager Telephone - - 218 TERMS . Subscription 15 cents a week. ' bills due -weekly. Job -WOTK strictly caan. _ 'ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION J7.80. Xntered at the postofttce at Garb on- -fctle,'Ill'laoiij, as second class matter. .. Office In the Free Press Building, W««t Main Street Feb. 14, 1920. ' HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER. " The Free Press is authorized to announce GEORGE A. FORE as a caudi- darte .for . Highway Commissioner o£ Carboudale township, subject to the .. Kepublican Primary March .20. .-ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR. The Free Press is authorized to announce WM. M. HOLLIDAY as a candidate for reelection for Assistant Supervisor o£ Carboudale township, 'WbjeoJ to the Republican Primary March 20. HAIL MEN HALT STRIKE PLANS ~Mo Independent .Walkout by Organizations, Says President Lee. CHIEFS STUDY WILSON VIEWS 'President's Proposal Said to Be Based on "Ju*tice-to-A!l" Policy of the -Government—Decision Called "Unalterable." \. • Washington, Feb. 14— Indications; .that there would be no independent rstrike of railroad trainmen were given -when President W. G. Lee announced. after a lengthy conversation with Di- •rectoi^Generni Hi lies, thnt his organi- Izqtipn.. was "bound by the White House 'decision" applicable to all the railroad unions. The trainmen had acted jrulopendent- Jy'- In ' canceling their wag^ contract effective February 23. Mr. Lee said he had given Mr. Ulnes the trainmen's reply in the wage negotiations, and would not see the director general again. There will be a meeting of the trainmen's commit- if.ee, after which they will go home. Get Wilson Decision. Karlier. In the day the representatives '.of the railroad brotherhoods received a proposal from President Wil.«on for ; a settlement of their wage de- •manda and the men agreed to give it consideration. An "'Unalterable" decision was made *>y Mr.' "Wilson. The president said ;the government's policy was "based on justice to all interests." «" i". 1 . The "president's decision was not announced at the White House. Officials -•said It vvns a ''decision containing a /proposal." From this it is assumed ?ihat the pr.osiclent refused to grant ithe ^-age rtomands and made a coun- •ter-proposal. ' i The brotherhood men would not sny wHat'the proposal was. Timothy Shen. •acting president of the Brotherhood of 'Firemen and Knjdnemen, annouiifin.r that they would make no statement. 'Secretary Tumulty declined to sny - •whether the presidcni had refused specifically the wujn 1 i-lpmnnds, s«y- :in«f thnt "'every one 1 wnntK to setrle ••the strike-." nnd that tho hrnrherliood -o/liofs sjiouk! linvp nn opportunity to -conr.iiler the prosHlt-nt's *u£,irt j stioti or ; prri|io.«ul without intcrfercnco. •The pi-esidenfs statement tlmt the - government's policy -was "luised on .justice to nil interests'^ is in line with the final word presented to thp union .'•loaders by Director General 1-Iinps nt '-the last conference with them. Promises Impartial Inquiry. ^ ' Mr, Hincs was understood to have told the men tlmt with the return of the 'roods to privnto control under the new rartrond bill nn impartiiit tribunal for ponsidoration of tln-ir df 1 - .m:mds would be; created. Mr. Mines was understood to have -suggested to the president that if art Increase in pay were {minted the mon. the .roads would sisek nn increase in 'freight .rates, which would mean increased living costs. This argument •was presented to tlie union leaders <m- : 'several occasions by the director -general, it was said at^ the railroad- administration. • . ' .' ..• ,, - Inasmuch-as the unions-were pressing strongly for a reduction in living co'sts, officials said there was reason! -to believe that the .president had employed: this in his-.answer to the union j -spokesman. . ... \ PLEASANT GROVE. Feb.' 9. Bert McMurphy of Boskydell spent Saturday night with Robert Hughes and family. He~ -was accompanied home by Ms nephew, 1 Davern Hughe's, The children of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen a-nld Mrs. Hugh Parrisli and children have the flu. Mesdames Frank Easterly,' Vance Hughes, George Cox and John Henry attended .a surprise bii-thd«y dinner at the home o£ Mrs. Alive Coad •' in Murphysboro Friday. . Mr. aai<l Mrs. Otto Hughes .visitor! their daughter, Mrs. Fred R'eimei' in Carbohdnle Saturday. Miss Ella Fricke o£ Carbondale spent Sunday with home folks. Messrs. Ray Bock) Ed Fricke and Charlie. \Nausley ^attended, court..in Murphysboro -Friday. Theodore Schewebe! and family were in Murphysboro Wednesday to attend the funeral, of n. relative. John Carter and family of Mt. Carbou; visited Arthur Ellis and family Sunday. Dr. Etherton of Carbondale was a professional visitor here Friday. Mrs. Felo Gullen of Murphysboro visited her sister, Mrs. John Henrj Thursday afternoon. CELLAR HOUSE MILL. Feb.. 9. Elmer Frost and family of New Hope visited, his brother, Willie Frost and family Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Davis and daughter, Vivian, visi'ted .Mrs. Raliegh Batson Saturday. Lawrence Rushing visited his uncle, Willie Rushing, Sunday afternoon. 'Willie Davis visited his daughter, MTS. Herbert Hale of New Hope Friday. - Edgar Drury was in this neighborhood last week buying horses. The telephone line is repaired here, new posts being put in'where needed. ZION. Feb..9. Mrs. Clara Mcbaniel has returned from Carbondale where she has been 'waiting on her daughters, Edna and: Earl,. Wlio'. have been sick... . ,,Mrs. Mary Gibbs returned home Saturday after staying with her sister, jMra. Blanch Tomlinson the past two weeks. May Brandon visited Mrs. Pearl Reid Tuesday evening. Gussie Batson,, of the S. I. N. U., spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Batson. Linsey Reid bought a mare from Willie Rushing Friday. Roy MeDatuel visited John Brandon .and family Sunday at Carbondale. His . sister, Edna, accompanied him home. We are very sorry to hear of the death of Noah Rushing and Almon Watson. Mr. Rushing was formerly of this place.. We extend our sympathy to the 'bereaved relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller visited Mr. and Mrs. Alec Miller of Rendle- rnan Sunday. Edgar Rich of Drury bought a horse from Peter Rendleman and Chnrl'e Davis last week. Horbert Gibbs and Will-a Front were fixing telephone lines last week. 'Mr. and Mirs. Willie Rushing visited Chester Tomlinson and family Sunday. \ iMrs. H. Bell has returned home from Anna. PLEASANT RIDGE. Feb. 9. Miss Gertrude Pender has returned to Carbondale where she is attending school. • John Landis has returned home after a lew days' visit in Johnston City. L Mrs. Oscar Jentle has gone to St. Elmo for treatment. Little Mae Patridge of Johnston City has had the croup but is some better. iMiss Inez Johnson, who is ill is improving. - - • It is reported that Ruth Ballard, who is working in Chicago, got one o£ -her hands" cut off. Clifton and Earl .'Miles of Mosco visited, their mother, Mrs. F. M. Mc- Giunis of Lick Creek recently. Elmer Webb of Progress made a business trip to Lick Creek Monday. MISS MARGARET BONFiELD ELIOTT WADSWORTH Recent photograph of Eliott Wiul* State of Illinois,-' Jackson County, ss. . I, H. A. Hagler, '. County Clerk, in ' and for the County-and State --af ore-1 said, D.O HEREBY- CERTIFY' That 1 Albert Twisdale did on the days here- j inafter set forth' between, the hours' of 9 0,'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., ! /of the respective days. Purchase at, public auction aVthe'Court House,, in : Mu'rphysboi-o, • :in said 'County., the Lands .and Town Lots .below .described,, situated in. the said'Gpuri.ty of Jackson, for the taxes, special assessments, interest, and costs due thereon., £or the year A. D. Nineteen Hundred- and Seventeen -(and. •'prior years "it any)'and'- paid as .purchase money on each tract or lot the total amount of taxes, spec- is.! assessments, interest, and costs thereon as.staged herein-opposite, the ' des'ur:'pU6n of ea'cli tract" or lot. ':" . 'j Date-ot Sale—June 10, 191S.' | Description—-City or village of Pomona, J3% section 2, town 10, ranges, 322 acres. -,, . .'• . /• ; ] .At any time at'fer the expiration of two years atter the_ date of this'sale, the above .iianiecl rufchaser, his-heirs' or s.ssigns, will upon .application and compliance-with the provisions of law pertaining thereto, be entitled to a deed of conveyance for any real estate herein described which shall have' not been redeemed; Provided, that i .unless the holder of .this certificate shall take Out said deed'as entitled by law, and file the same for record with- one year from and fatter .the time SALE ONI WA1LL PAPER § Sale Funs BaHnce; o£ February 1 All.iS-iri, W-ajr Paper ilast year stork, must, un- H load to make room for new.paper. .250 paperper.bolt or double roll 20f; •. H 3oe.paperper.bo.Itor double roll..' 25(1 "'B 35 C paper perbolt or double roll.. 2'5c H .'^oc.paper.per'bo!t,pr double roll 30G • 45C paper per br.jt or . double roll : • 35c " H . 6oc-pa'-per, per bolt or double roll 8oc paper.pef'bolt or. double roll... '. '••*'•'•• Also 100 gal.'of inside and outside house paint for cash 'per gal.......,... ; -. . 40c m 50c jj $3.00 I -I-am 1 .putting in 'a more complete.line of .wall paper jg. and paint arid, must'hav,e rborh for new stock/ '== worth of Boston, former vice chair- j for exemption expires, tlie said certifl- mnn of the American Red Cross, who cate or deed and-the sale upon which 1ms gone to Switzerland to represent it is based, shall, irom and after the the United States in the meeting of : expiration of such one year be abso- the general council. League of Red lutely null. Cross-societies, in Geneva. I IN WITNESS -WHEREOF, I have ; unto set my hand and affixed my o'f- • ficial seal. Done at my office in Miir- II o DI iii7i«Wi/i^-rr> 1.1 ~~, .physboro, this 10th day of June A. D. j U. S. BLUEJACKETS IN ODESSA Nineteen Hundred and Eighteen. I — - ; RECEIVED, THIS 10th day of June Bolshevik General Threatens'to Fire A. D. 1918, of Al Twi-sdale, the sum of i on British Warships Unless Twenty- six Dollars and 16 Cents, the ! amount of purchase money on the They Leave. Constantinople, Feb. 14.—General TJbo'revltch, twenty-eight-year-old bol. shevik -'commander at. Odessa, hns purchase money on above tract or lot of land. ' ' J. H: Boos, County Collector, Jackson County, Illinois. . ': Assessed in the name of James P. TAX SALE NOTICE threatened, thnt he will open fire on the Jack. British warships .there -,. within, .three; days .If .they .remain in .the harbor, ac- cor'ding-"to a message from Rear Admiral A. McCully, commanding the United States- nnvnl forces there. State of Illinois, Jackson County, ss. Renr Admiral McCully sent an of-1 I. H. A. Hagler, County Clerk, in attempt to get and for the County and State afore- fleer ashore in nn Americans believed to be still in Odessa. These included Jacob T. Rubin of the Union bank of Mihvivukee.' and three cnhpr men named Barnet. and Tatc, the latter a said, DO HEREBY - CERTIFY That j ; I. W. Dill did on--the days here-! inafter set forth between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., | pf the respective days, Purchase at I „,,,.. T , . . ,. .. i public auction at the Court House, in soldier Hubm did not care to leave. I Murphysboro, in said County, the! The others were not found. A list of Lands and Town Lots below described, the Amonciins wus given to General | situated in the said County of Jackson, Uborevitch, would not he molested. promised that they CALLS WILSON'S MIND CLEAR for the taxes, special assessments, interest, and costs due thereon-, for the j year A.'D. Nineteen Hundred and Seventeen, (and prior years if any) and paid as -purchase money on each tract or lot the total amount of taxes, special assessments, interest and costs _ .. _i i i • **„. . ** lc;il a.3aeocii»Giii.s>, ILI'LCICOI. anil V.WCTI.O Railroad Union Official Gives Impres- | thereon as sfatert herein opposite the pression of Visit to the White House. description of each, tract or'lot. Date of Sale—June 10, 1918. Description—City or Village 1 of Car- Washington. Fell. 14.—inasmuch as I bondale, Thos< G. Clark S. D. w% 10 the railrond union lenders are the first ^ ot Wojl Addition, Lot 10. persons outside. of the president's of-' ' A ' t aTly time aft er the expiration of Dollars, merely aafe are n6i ! i^rf6rini their hatural furictioa. tfiey are'-'not working: They are : hot doing the owner or the world any.good. , .':'• Moreover, most hiding places thought to be_ safe are decidedly; unsafe., Nat qnly thieves, but fire qr ofhe.r.unforeseen happenings omay rob you of your wealth. Saving Is Using Dollars saved are safer! And they are constantly working to earn more for you. They are constantly working for the ? good of the whole community. Consider, this. We pay you for saving. And "while you ai&. saving, your money is never out of reach. It is always ready for you and easy to get when yoii*need it two years 'after the .date of this sale the above named purchaser, his heirs cr assigns, will upon application, and compliance with the provisions of hrw pertaining thereto, be entitled to a deed of conveyance for any .real '• estate herein described which shall have not been redeemed; Provided, that unless the holder of this certificate shall take out said deed as entitled by law, and file the sam,e for record with- j in? one yeEir from and after the time for exemption expires, the said certifl- "^cate or deed and the sale upon which i it..is based, shall, from and after the expiration of such one year be absolutely null. • • IN WITNESS "WHEREOF, I have junto set my hand and affixed my of- 1 State of Illinois, Jackson County, ss. | ficial seal. Done at my office in MUT- ', J, H. A. Hagler, County Clerk, in physboro, this 10th, day of June A. D." and for the County and .State afore-1 Nineteen Hundred and Eighteen. '" ticial life to see Mr. Wilson during his illness, the impression of Timothy Shea and his associates after the wnge conference at the White House were eagerly sought. "Did the president itppenr vigorous?" was one query.^ "Yes," replied Jfr. Shea. "Both mentally and physically." "Beyond nil question," continued Mr. Shea emphatically, clearly having 'in mind tlie president's decision and the arguments just concluded, '• TAX'SALE NOTICE Start with us today. One dollar will do it . Carbondale National Bank said, DO HEREBY CERTIFY That J. M. ^Etherton did on the days hereinafter set forth between the,>hours- of 9 o'clock a. n. and 4 o'clock p. m.,' •_J ,1_ _ . „• • -- • • '*^ —*•! of the respective days, Purchase at or' lot of land, .public auction at the Court Houaej'ln' _Murphysbdro, in" said . County, the RECEIVED, THIS 10th day of June A. J3. 1918, of I. W. Dill, the .sum of Two-Dollars and 36 Cents, the-amount of purchase money on the abov£ tract Lands and Town Lots below described, situated in the said County of Jackson, for the taxes, special-assessraents.'-'in- terost, and costs due thereon^'-for'tle' 1 year A. D. Nineteen Hundred and Sev-i enteen (and prior years if any.). andi paid as purchase mo'aey on each tract! or lot the total amount of taxes, spec-! ial assessments,, interest and costs thereon as stated herein opposite the description'of each tract or lot: Date of Sale—June 10, '1918. Description—City or Village of Car- County Collector, •Illinois. ' J. H. Boos, Jackspn /County, Assessed in the name ojf P. M;<2omp j ton. TAX SALE NOTICE 'State of Illinois, Jackson'County, ss. I, H. A., Hagler, County -Clerk, in and for'the County' and State aforesaid, DO "HEREBY CERTIEY .That J.'M. Etherton did on'the days hereinafter set forth between the 'hours bondale, Oakland Heights Addition. | of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock -p. m., : East side sewer, lot 49. .1 o f the respective days, Purchase at At any time after the expiration of ! public auction at the Court House, in two years after the date of this sale ! Murphysboro, in said County, • the nhe above n?.med purchaser, his heirs Lands and Town Lots below described; .-.r assigns, will upon application, and situated in the said County of 'Jackson, compliance with, the provisions of law | for the taxes, special assessments, in- pertaimng thereto, be -entitled to a terest, and costs due thereon, for the deed of conveyance, for any real es- ' year "A. D. Nineteen Hundred and Se,v- tate herein described which shall have : enteen (and prior years if any) and not been redeemed; Provided, that ! pa id as purchase money .on each tract unless the holder of this certificate i O r lot the total amount of taxes, spec- shall take out said deed as- entitled by| t a i assessments, interest and costs law, and file the same for record with- thereon as stated herein "opposite the in one year from and. after the time description of each tract or lot. for exemption expires, the said certifi- i Date of Sale— June 10, .1918. cate or deed and the sale upon which ' Description— City or Village of Carit i-s based, shall, from and after tlie bondale. Reg.' Addition. Sidewalk Imp. expiration o£ such one year be abso- No. -2. Bal. 144 ft. -off W. side lot 627. Settlemoir's Shoe Hospital has installed : the best sole •^ stitcheV on the market ... •'.. .,?£& w§. are;. noy_ ready to handle all_kinds o.Lshoe repairing^, s .All.work done by the Goodyear Welt Machines, therefore we can make your old'sho.es. : look Uke'-. new. 'Sewed soles and .rubber heels our specialty. These machines are some. Located next door to Earth's new. theatre'. Give us a trial and be .convinced. < ' '.-'.; '.•'-,.. ' • . ' Shoe "Hospital lutely mill A -t any time after the expiration .of of the National Federation of Women Workers of Englnnd, who was a member of- the British delegation to the Inhor congress sit Witshington. hns been adopted ns the purliumentary candidate iri 1 the luuurires for the seat for Northampton. - . IN WITNESS WEtEREOF. I have two years atter the date of this sale unto set my hand and affixed 'my of-^ the above named purchaser, his heirs ficial seal. Done at my office in Mur- ' or assigns, will upon application, and physboro, this 10th day of fune.A. D. compliance- with the provisions of law Nineteen Hundred and Eighteen. pertaining . thereto, be entitled to a RECEIVED, THIS 10th day of June deed of conveyance for any .reaves- A. D. 1918 of J. M. Etherton, the sum .t-,f e herein' described which shall -hafe ' . of One Dollar and 35 Cents, t he amount not tract or redeemed;;.' ' Provided; that iase money on the aftove unless '.the holder",(>£•' this certificate lot of land. ' B >,t,ii f-afe-o nut <5airl flcwifl as entitlea bv •.. . J. H. Boos, County CollectCr, Jackson County, Illinois. shall take out said deed as entitled by, law, and file the same for record within one year from and after the time for exemption e^pires/'the said certifi- Assessed in the name of L. H. Har-, cate or aeed.and the sale upon which expiration of such one'-year be' absolutely .null. '-.'••' IN- WITNESS WHEREOF, I" have unto S6|t my hand and affixed, my official seal. * Done at my 'office in Mur- physbaro, this 10th day of June A. D. Nineteen Hundred and, Eighteen. RECEIVED, THIS 10th day of June A. D. 1918 of J. M. Etherton, the sum of Thirty-eight Dollars and No Cents, -the amount of purchase money on the above tract or lot of land. • J. H. Boos, County Collector, Jackson County, Illinois: • . . . Assessed in the'name of G. R. Huff- DAM BREAKS; FIVE DIE rlngton. VVorkers Drowned 'in Accident, at Mill - Owned by Abitibi Pulp and 'Paper : Company at Iroquoia Falls. . Montreal,. 'Can., Feb. 14.— Five men were .drowned when, the dnm of the Abitibi Pulp and Paper company, 1 *t it is based, shall, from and after, the k Iroquois Walls/ broke. NEEDS MORE ROOM FOR RUM Uiner Mauretania Reached Britain. With^Its Supply Exhausted by the Thirsty. Southampton, Feb. 14.—Although the Cunard liner Mauretania had a record stock of liquors on boarjl when leaving New, York, its lockei-M were empty on arrival here. Tlie liar was besieged by thirsty passengers from the moment it passed outside the three- mile zone.-- The Maiil-etnnln's stewards declare that increased storage room Cor beverages is necessary for.future trips. . . , . . . ' Bandits Loot Bank of $50,000. Topek'a,- Kan., Fiib'. 14;—Four bandits entered the Blalne State bank at Blalne, Pottawntomit county, anc? took between $40,000 and $50,000 in Liberty bonds and $2,000 '.D cash, according to a renort received irw'-.e. ' '.,

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