The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on February 18, 1920 · Page 5
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS MEYERS 7 GARAGE OH,IT IS SO SAD VMV DO ; you ANECP STRANGER? OH. KIND SIR / MY BATTERY 5 DEADJj T HE chances are y.our battery wouldn't die an early death if we inspected it occasionally. If you are an all around money sa'ver send your car here occasionally and have us inspect it. You will find that it .will render you better service. , ,. ! W.H. ASHLEJ PASSES AWAY EARLY THISAFTERNOON Had Been III Several Weeks — Was Pioneer Citizen of Carbondale — Civil War Veteran -and Uncle of Former Gbv. Deneen. W. H. Ashley passed away at his home on West Oak street this afternoon at l:50,follov,ring a several weeks' .illness.. He had been growing no !>et-. ter ,for a week 01' more.. " Mr, • Ashley came to .Carbondale in 1867 and has been a prominent citizen in the. community many years. He was a Civil War veteran. At the time of his death he was- 76 years old. He' was utele of former Gpv. Deneen'. Details of the deceased's life and arrangements for the funeral and burial will .appear in tomorrow^ Free'Press. I NO PRAYER MEETING Local !News Mrs. Ella Clingeripell of Roseburg, Oregon, is the guest of Mrs. J. T. ISentley. Mrs. Clingenpell was'a former resident here while her husband was engaged in the jewelry business. The W,eiler Jewelry Co. purchased the business" at the time-of their- removal from Carbondale. WILL SERVE SUPPER The ' Methodist ladies will serve supper Thursday from 5 to 7. The' menu will be pot roast' with brown gravy, scalloped corn, browned pota- , toes, relish, jelly; pie an'd coffee. Price 75 cents.—Advertisement. Mr and Mrs. W. J. Will'"- .ive returned from &.. ' _.-"& trip to New Orleans and Cuba. They were married recently in Fairfield where the bride was teaching school. Mrs. Williams was formerly Miss Mary Wilson of this city. The couple expect to return shortly to Fairfleld where they will reside. . • . There will be no prayar meeting at the First-Methodist church tonight on account o£ the Farmers' Institute. "~ " ' / Normal Literary Society Program The Zetetic Society program will begin promptly at 6:30 o'clock Friday evening and has been arranged as follows: Music—Ralph Bailey. Read'i-ng—Miss, Gladys Steele. . Journal—Miss Gladys Steele, A. B. Churchill. •' • PROF. STEVENS ON CROP DISEASES 'Prof. F. L. Sitevens, head of the pathology .department' of the University, of Illinois, one of the leading authorities oii j crop diseases, in the middle ' •west, gave -an infterest-rng, profitable* and instructive lecture at the closing of the afternoon program on "Crop i Diseases." • • - - j Prof. Stevens gave a' brief introducr ti-on telling of the nature and causes of plant disease, the rapid growth of the science with significant dates and a mention o£ its achievements -in comparison with these o£ Veterinary and Human 'Medicine. Statements .'of th.e loss, incurred on our leading crops arid.-}! of. the inter-state aind inter-conbinenital 1 = migration ot diseases. Then a brief presentation of the more common, means ot combatting plant diseases as by spraying, excision and seed treatment. ..By. slides and^commenit he ram: rapidly over a large- . number of the most important diseases' indicating symptoms and control measures. Of. especial interest are: Wheat scab which is harbored on corn refuse, a new wheat grain disease due to mem- atodes, Flag smut, first .reported ic Illinois last year. The foot-rot^of wheat, annourfced last spring as Australian Take-all but so announced on what seems, to .be very uncertain evidence, a new corn disease due 'to' Physoderma, the corn root-rot; and a bacterial disease of com first reported in Illinois last year. A new alfalfa disease, crown gall, a new apple canker. Apple rust -in relation to cedar trees, and many other diseases. Albert Ray and Elinor Fair "VAGABOND These two young^Stars have been cast in a drama of "Fast Horses and High Life" Aiso^— .. :.-'••''..,;• ,''••. • CENTPFYCaMEDY 11 and 22 TOMORROW > TQM MIX CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our slrncerre thanks to our friends 1 for -their kihd- St. Louis piano house has Baby ness and sympathy in our sad bereave- Grand Piano and Player 'Piano, Bench I ment in the loss of our wife and moth- and Music in. Carbondale. Would dis- e r. We are grateful to Rev. MacFar- pose of these instruments at a bargain thereby saving expense of having them' returned to St. "Louis. Write F. W. | a nd 6th grades for the floral offerings. Shubert, 1111 Olive Street, ??••! X,pv>is. | - Frank Beal and Children.. — Advertisement. . . .1 Advertisement. •. lane, who conducted the services and to the teachers and pupils of the 5th, Welcome ffc We Pake thte method to fytend cur $reeting& to the manif Carbondale Visitors. tyou are YZordiatlii invited tc make a personal inspection of our well proportioned atore where you will find a Complete titoek of men' & and women's apparel of everif quality, arid price. , "Caneil, Payler "Gompantf, Men's Smart Suits and Furnishing If you are figuring on purchasing a "new Suit, Shoes, Shirt,, or any other article that men wear, by all means.be sure to give our .line the once over before leaving Carbondale, we are sure we can satisfy you to a tee. Men's and Boy's Suits Hart Schaffrwer <£L Marx All wool clothes cost less by the . year. Young men's models $35.00 to $60.00 Men's staple suits $3Q to $50 Boy's Hart Schaffner suits J25 Boy's good all wool suits . __ $12. to $1 £50 Men's Furnishing Goods, Shirts, Collars, Ties Etc. Men's silk shirts plain white; 2 silk collars to match ... 10.00 Men's fancy Crepe de chine shirts, assorted patterns 10.00 Men's fancy lisle hose .... 75c Men's plain .lisle hose all , • shades ............... gg c Men's pure thread silk hose $1 Men's Shoes Stacy Adams and Walk Over Stacy Adams black kid shoes. . . 16.00 Stacy Adams black kid oxfords. .15 00 Walk Over brown, calf English;... 12.5Q ' Walk Over black kid shoes . . Men's brown calf army shoes. 9.50 8.50 (J JOHNSON, VANCIL, TAYLOR CO. Northwest Corner of Square. H. G. Easterly, . • Carbondale. One oi Jackson County's leading agriculture men and practical farmers. Active in Farmers' Institute •work for years. Has held- important offices 'in state and county agriculture organization. , Cooking Demonstration and Social Gathering An interesting social gathering was that at the home of Mr.arid ffl-rs.Law- rence Brooks on-South Illinois Ave. last evening. ' J. H. Wochner gave a demonstration of aluminum ware, his cookery being -served, consisting of pork roast creamed potatoes, griddle cakes, coffee and aiagel cake. Music added to' the pleasure of the evening. . Those present .were: Mesdames Jeff Brewer, Rolla Brooks, A. O. Hearn, Sato. Morris, Earl Noel.Harry Seibert, Roy Ethertom,' Jas. Ferrell and Erne Stover; Misses . Helen Howenstein, Lena Rusell and Marie Campbell; J. H. Wochner and Mr .and Mrs. Brooks. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN F. I. Mann, Auditor, Illinois Farmers' Institute. Gilman. PLAN MERGER OF*BIG ROADS OFFICERS. ' j President, Frank.S.Haynea, Geneseo, Vice President, J. p. Gilbert, Carbondale. . . ' Secretary, H. E. Young Springfield. .Treasurer, Clayton, C. Picket*, Chicago, X ' ' , Auditor, F. I. Mann, Gilman. , ' : Board of Directors. ' . -Ex Offioio. Superintendent of Public Instruction, F. G. Blair, Sprjngfisld. Dean of the College of Agriculture, Eugene Davenport, Urbana. Director State Department of Agriculture, Chas". Adkins, Springfield. President .State Horticultural Society, A. W. Brayton, Mt. Morris. President State Dairymen's Association, J. P. Mason,<;.filgin. Elective by Congressional Districts: 1st Districtr-Wm. E. Meier, Arlington Heights. ' . • 2nd.District—August: Geweicey Des Plain«s. 3rd District—W. J. Fulton, Tinley Park. 4th District—H. Clay Calhoun, 915 Lumber Exoh. Bldg., Chicago. 5th District—C. V. Gregory, 223 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago; Gth District—L. C, Brown, LaGrange. ' 7th District—Chas. Gray, 5514 Univ. Ave., Chicago. . 8th District—Arthur C. Page, 30 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago. . 9th District—Clayton. C. Pdckett, 1046 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg., Chicago. 10th District—Rodney B. Swift, Llb- ertyville. . llth District—J. P. Mason, Elgin. 12th District—Geo. F. Tullock, Rockford. .-;,-; • . ' 13th District—A. N. Abbott, Morrison.. ' . - 14th District—Geo. A. Switzer, Ma- cpmb. 15tb District—iFrank S. "Hayfl.es, Geneseo. 16th District—Ralph Allen, Delavan. 17th District—S. B. Mason, Bloom- ingtott. 18th District—F. I. Mann, Gilman. 19th District-m. B. Burrows, Decatur. 20th District-^ G. Hopping, Havana!' . s - 21st District—Edward' Grimes, Raymond.- " . . 22hd District—E. W. Burroughs, Edwardsville. . . . , ' 23rd District—O. L. Wakefield, Robinson. . . 241th District—D. M. Martin, Norrls City. 25th District—J. P. Gilbert; Carbondale.. ' Department of Household Science. Presidenit,Mrs. J. T. Shamel, Gibson City. ,. , • !First Vice President, Dr. Eva M. ^yilson, Manhattan. . Second Vice President, Mrs. B. F. Thomas, Fairfield. .Secretary, Mrs. H. A.' McKeene, Springfield. Cath In Advance. One month, per word •» One week, per word n* One insertion, per word '.! oi Three insertions, per wort ' Of WANTED. WANTED-^-Woman- to do -housi work for mother and two school children. .Call 364 X, after 5:30. WANTED—Young girl to assist with housework.. Mrs. Geo. Albou, " WANTED^-Furnished room, modern. Close in. "X/' care Free Press. .WANTED—Energetic man to sell .and; distribute high grade make ,of tire. Attractivej proposition for the right man. Clyde C. Oldharn, State Distributor, Urbana, 111. WANTED—Trimming trees. Experienced. Wm. O'Neill, 611 Washington. WANTED—General agent for Car- bondale'ard vicinity for the Monthly Premium Accident and Health Department of the largest Company in the World ."writ-ing all forms of Accident ' Health and Life Insurance. Requires a ,man' capable of writing policies and adjusting claims. Commission " contract only. Address C. H. Boyer, Manager Casualty Department, National •Life Insurance Company of the U. S. of A./ 29 S. LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. WANTED—Name of party who- would buy piano. Notice my advertisement under local news.- ?500 reward for name ot party who-would buy. Send name to F. W. Shubert. : , FOR RENT. '.; FOR RBNT—Two iront room»-T— Style Shop, (or office or aleeping Mom*. Apply Mis* Rieth, Normal and Monra* St. a FOR RENT—Furnfehed room, girl*' preferred. Call 414 X Great' Northern, Northern Pacific and Burlington to Be One Great Con. tinental System. St. Paul, Mi:m.. K«l>. lS.4^>Morger of •• the Great Northern. Northern Pacific | nnd Burlington rairoads into' one great'' triiiwcontir.ontiil system shortly after j government .comml ' h\ relinquished.| this month, \VMS foiv«ust lii'high'rnil- rond circles ln?ro. It is reported that the merger is being planned along lines conceived by the late James J. : Hill. . - -' . I LEAD:-:R OUT OF PRISON Lord' ftayrr-Elec-i of Dublin, Freed by Drit c-li Conditionally, - Gone to .Hospital. London. Keh. 1S. : —Tom T. Kelly, lord mayor-elect nf Dublin, was c-nn- Gilionniiy rfli':is--tl rni:'.i rlie Wormwood Si'nilihs prison ami taken t.i tlie home oC a frioiiil prior to his removal to :i nursing home. Tie has been tinder arrest sim-e M,ay 25'. 1916. on charges arising out of the Irish revolt. FOR RENT—Storage lor hcraehold goods. In the one story brick bntldteii, cement floors, on alley back of a«w Berth .Theatre. Apply Ulsi FO'A RENT—2 furnished light housekeeping rooms. 402 West,Pecan. FOR SALE. FOR SALE;—Five room house and large lot, close to town, $'1500. Call at" 305 East'Slain St. FOR. SALE—*uve pigs, weight 60 pounds each. .Phone 386 T. T. E. Barnes. FOR SALE—Dandy -5 room house, modern except heat. 403 Normal Ave. Price and terms right. 3. G. Warnecke, Centralia, 111. ;.FOR SALiE—Modern house, -two lots and barn at. a bargain. H. O. Hall, 803 S. Normal. FOR SALE—Five room cottage on ^ West Sycamore St. 'All conveniences except heat. Lot 60x230 feet. Has good barn also. Phone 247 K, at 412 West Jack-son St. FOR SALE—Used piano. Bargain it sold'this week: C, care of Free Press FOR SALE—Pony. Reasonable. 703 West Pecan. • Bailey Runs for Governor. D.lllas, 'Tex., Feb. 18.—Formal announcement of Jhls candidacy for governor of Texas .will be made by former Senator x Joseph W. Bailey, he told friends.here. .: ' I ball . Friday and Saturday .nights, Feb. 2.6 and 21. Normal Oyac. Cape Girardeau vs. Normal.—'Advertisement. s . " •Ells-worth East of Couiterrille is visiting his daughter, Mrs. G> P. Resetar, and attending the State Farmers' It= .stttute.', "... } ',•_'. . : •., • ±

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