The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on February 28, 1920 · Page 3
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THE DAILY FREE PREB8 L»ocal INews Miss Agnes Hunter is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. C. H. Hunter. Miss. Hunter has charge o£ the- Surgical Department at the Union hospital in ."West Frankfort. Sre was a former nurse in the hospital here. AN APPRECIATION Arthur E. Palette of Chicago is the i •week end guest of Attorney and Mrs. | - Loyd M. Bradley. •St. Louis University vs. Normal, basket ball team Saturday evening at Normal • gym.: Admission 60 cents.— Advertisement. ^\ Frank McGhea of Brookport is visiting friends here over Sunday. Dwight Morgan has returned from z. -visit with relatives in Centralia. Telephone 245 for • your groceries.. Li. Adams & Co.—Advertisement. The members o£ Carbondale Elks Lod'ge wish to thank their lady friends who were responsible for the delightful .entertainment and dance at the club-last night. It is felt that everything was conducted an the most com- menable and enjoyable manner.— Advertisement. Church announcement! Bbould be In the office-act later than 2 p. m. Friday to Insure Insertion Saturday. Fro-, grains for missionary meetings the week following must be in the .office not later than Saturday noon. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CARD OF THANKS Robert Hutton oJ Cypress is here because of the death of his great granddaughter, little. Dans' Fox : -Telephone 245 for your groceries. 1. Adams & Co.—Advertisement. Miss'M. Jacobs of Chicago arrived here today", having been engaged to play the orchestral organ "at the New Barth Theatre. All merchandise is being sold at 20 per "cent discount until the first of March at Krysher's-store. EARL NOEL ALWAYS JN THE RUN I am giving special attention to night Jitney service. A car for you any hour of the night. Just call 581 or the O. K. Barber shop, where calls are answered any hour of the night. Good cars, careful drivers and twenty-four hours a day service. Earl Noel. Advertisement. FOR SALE Settings of Rhode Island Red eggs and about 3 dozen hens. Telephone 172. —Advertisement. We desire to express our sincere thanks to our friends for their kindness and .sympathy show'a in our bereavement in the loss of our mother, sister, wife and daughter. We are grateful to Rev. Wm, Moody, who conducted the services, te choir that rendered such excellent music in sing- Ing the favorite songs of the deceased,' the friends who gave such beautiful floral offerings and the Daughters of Naphthalia Tabernacle who were ever present at her aide, and the Knights of Tabor. . ' . Charley. White .arid;' Sons, . . Mrs. Millie Nance, . .. Mrs. Charlotte White, - . 'Emmet Nance. Advertisement. 20 per cent discount at Krysher's the rest of"the week.—Advertisement. , JENKINS. - . v Feb. 24. Frank Baker Tvas called to Fordville Sunday on account of the serious illness and death of his sister, Mrs. Emily Royt. Mr. and Mr s. Al Stotlas of Sharon passed through this vicinity Tuesday ehrou'te to Murphysboro. The family, of John Gengenbach's Mrs. Margaret Reeder and Jacob Holder are still flu patienlts. School has been closed in this dis- •trict two weeks'on account of tfie flu. Only; two families (being (fortunate enough to escape. Vick Moutria visited Marion Cripps at the hospital one day last week. . Corner West Main St. and . North Normal Ave. J. W. Merrill, Minister. 307 "West Main St. . " Phone 387 L. 9:30 Sunday school . •Mr. Deal will help with the singing. 10:45 Morning worship. . Our evangelistic meetings with the assistance of Ira L. Deal, song evangelist, begins with this service and continues each night for two weeks. 1:30 The annual Every Member Canvass of the church for current ex' penses will take place. Teams of two : each will start at this time td> call on the members of the church who have not volunteerred with the pledges before that time. 2:00 Juniors. Mrs. Stewart Chandler, leader. • 6:30 High School B. T. P. XT. Alfred Purdue and Alice Barrow, leaders. 6:30 Senior B. Y. P. TT. Louis Wolff, President. 7:30 Evening worship. ' The song service -will be conducted by Mr. Deal'assisted toy a large volunteer chorus. ^Evangelistic service each night during the week. The time will be 7:30 sharp. "Come thou with us and we will do thee good." MASONS ATTENTION .Special meeting Shejdnah Lodge No. 241 Monday evening, March 1, at 6:30 o'clock, ton-work. T. A. Weaver, W. M. ' H. C. Mertz, Sec. „ Advertisement. MENU > Roast Chicken with Oyster Dressing. Roast Beef with Brown Gravy White Mashed Potatoes. June Sifted Peas. Creamed Tomatoes on Toast. Cabbage Slaw. Mayonnaise Dressing Apple Pie. Hot Biscuits. Tea, Coffee'or Milk. Price 50 Cents. Remember we serve regular suppers. IMPERIAL CAFE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH ' Corner of South .Normal Ave. and West Elm St. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Sunday morning service 10:45. Wednesday evening service 7:46. Subject "for the Sunday service: "Christ Jesus." The free reading room and circulating library IB opea every Wednesday and Saturday from 2 to 4 p. m. Au- t'ftjrlied literaturo is for loan and for Kale. • • All are cordially velcome. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner Normal Ave. and. Monroe St. Duncan MacFarlane, Pastor. _ We are looking for you at Bible school and church service' tomorrow. Our ""Win One" campaign has started but on account o£ the "flu" has not been advertised very much. But we see nothing in the way now to prevent a great spiritual service as we draw near to Easter. Can we depend on you? Come tomorrow and bring a friend with you. Bible school at 9:30. Communion service and worship at 10:45. Every Christian, will be at the table to this hour of worship. Subject of morning sermon, "The Way to God." Christian Endeavor at 6:30 in the north room. Every endeavor invited. Every song and praise service at 7:30. Evening subject, "The Way of Escape." You are invited. BAINBRIDGE COLBY . . -iZf- > '• V Bainbridge Colby of New York has been selected by President Wilson to succeed Mr. Lansing as secretary of state. EM 1,900 Yean Old. . "Just before the war began, during eicavations in the ancient Moguntla- cum, underthe auspices of the Archaeological Society of Maye.nce, there wua found a hen's egg which was estimated to have -lain buried In the earth for something like nineteen centuries. Moguntiacum was built by Drusus, the son of the Roman emperor Augustus, in the year 14 B. C. Upon the site of the ancient Roman eastnjin or encampment nenr the city the excavations in question brought to light many interesting • relics, including some water cisterns of Roman make*. It was in one of these, which was located some twenty feet belo>y the surface, that a 'damaged Roman 'clay- pot was discovered, containing the •hell: of a broken egg and also a whole > egg that had been kept from being smashed by a shrert of the damaged pot which covered It. The hn- cleut egg .was deposited In the municipal museum. Electricity in Business. Electricity plays a surprisingly varied and useful part In the modern business office. Telephones, elect'rlc lights, electric fans, electric bells and buzzers we accept without'a second thought. -But there are also electric adding machines and electric ^inulti- fjraphs, electric machines that will print letterheads and that will typewrite and address duplicate letters, and an electric" machine that "seals and stamps letters afthe rate of one hundred ' and fifty a minute, and that at the same time automatically counts the stamps used.—Youths' Companion. Telephone 245 for your groceries. L. Adams & Co.—Advertisement. . Preaching by Rev. J. B. Phelps; D. D., at 11 a. m. Sunday. Theme, Humiliation of Jesus Christ. Sunday school at 1:30. Theme at ; 3 p. m., Supremacy of Thought. B.Jf. P. U. at 6:30. Theme 8 p. m., The White Stone. Splendid music rendered !by the choir. FREE BAPTIST. Hear the evangelist. ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY \ Famous Basket Ball Team • vs. •'..'... NORMAL FIVE AT SCHOOL GYM TOII6HT \, , • • Game Starts At 8:00 O'clock. FEATURE GAME OF SEASON - - - - - 5O CENTS ADMISSION - FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 206 West Main Street. A. C. Geyer, Minister. Sunday school at 9:30 a', m. Louis Renfro, Superintendent. Services of worship at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. . Moping topic, "Forgetting the Object ! jt First Love." Jvvening. sab Vet, "His Abiding Peace." The choir is furnishing excellent MHii.ic: and is preparing an Easter can tai:u • . if Junior League at 2:30 p. m. Miss McGuire, Superintendent. : Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Miss Goings, President. "• Topic, "The Conquering Church in China" __ Quarterly'conference, conducted by ,Dr. W. T. Morris next Monday night. GRACE METHODIST. ' Corner South Marion aad Heater. • L. M. Leyerle, Pastor. ! Sunday school 10:00 a. m. Preaching XI: 00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. "' Sacrament of baptism willlbe administered Sunday morning ' . 1 ' CHURCH WF GOD. , Elder O. W. Sidenor, Pastor. Services held jn I. O. O. F. Hall, EasVMain St. Bible school meets at 9:30. Lawrence Sammons, Supt. •, 'As will be- remembered the last "Sunday of each month is "Missionary Day." Let everyone, bring their missionary offering Sunday morning. The morning sermon will be o£ a missionary nature. "Let there be Light.". Evening- service" 7:00. Cottage prayer meeting -will be held I .Wednesday night,. March ,3rd at the home of-Mr. and'Mrs. J.E.Coleman, 511 Rawling& St. 'Bro. Joe Ciwirell; Jeader. 1... '•• Let every one attend thew jervtcw. ' AMUSE-U CHAS,RAYin "The Clod Hopper" It is a delight to see Charles Ray in anything, but to see htm m the Clodhopperis to see him in-the best picture he has so far made. What the city , does to him is a plenty, but it makes a man of him. Don't miss it. • ' ., ALSO- '"'...' ADVENTURES OF RUTH FIFTH EPISODE. 6:30-8:15 Ilarid22c MONDAY Grand Opening of New Barth Theatre The "Theatre Beautiful" T TUESDAY : .•••• -" "THE SWISS BELL RINGERS* \ '•-;.;, -''CV.;- . . . -;. •!':. A novel and complete Musical- Entertainment of quality and variety. The swis's Bell Ringers have played here before and they have one of the ' best Musical entertainments we know of. We have arranged for "a School'Children's Mat in eeat4:i5 «o, i., cents admission in order that all might have an opportunity to hear them, and we especially urge that children attend this performance. Price at this matinee for adults 2 5 c. : At night this entertainment will be shown in conjunction with the picture Eugene O'Brien in "His Wife's Money" Picture.starts 7 :oo P. M; Swiss Bell Rineers immediately following. Night 20 and 4 oc Musice starts 15 minutes before, regular performance B. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN Ca*h In Advance. One month, per word 10 One w_eek, per word .01 One' insertion, per word .01 Three insertions, per word 02 WANTED. WANTED—Energetic man to seU and distribute high grade make ol tire. Attractive proposition for the* right man. Clyde C. Oldham, State Distributor, Urbana, 111. "WANTED—To take charge of house with roomers, while the person in charge is away, or anticipates being away during the .spring and summer. Address "Q," care Free Press. ..WANTED-rr-To buy a cash register. "O," care- Free . Press. FOR RENT—Modern, furnished room for light housekeeping. . -Call Veath's Harness Shop. FOR SALE—Five room house an* large lot, close to town, $1500. Call at 305 East Mam St. FOR. SALB-Pony... Reasonable. 703 West Pecan. WANTED—To trim trees. Experienced. "William O'Neill, 611 North Washington. •FOR SALE—« room house, two. lots, with garage an paved stree.close. to cshool, 3 blocks of depot, ciil 5W South Washington. • ',. " FOR SALE-Young, all purpoaer' t team, gentle and sound. Also -practically new set double harness Pwin- ters? Supply; Co. WANTED—Men or women, salary $24 full time, 50c an hour spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Experience unnecessary. Guaranteed Mills, Norristowri, Pa. '• FOR SALE—Five room cottage,oa East Oak street, one block northeist of square. Barn and other out'build- ings in good repair. See owner. 206 East Oak St. WANTED—Two girls, of neat appearance for work .in confectionery. Apply at oncei* Fowler's Chocolate Shop. ' "'" WANTED^—To rent or buy .property; prefer to rent at present, buy later, between Normal and buainess part of thelcity. A family, of three. .Phone 204. . • " WANTED—Young lady to do clerical work. 'One who has some knowledge of typewriting. Salary $6.00 per week. Answer in own handwriting. "R," care Free Press. WANTED—To rent five or six room house,, somewhere near the square, prefer west side. Address "V," care of Free Press. WANTED—Mai-uto .sell trees.shurb's, roses, vines,bulbs. -Permanent. Brown Brothers Nurseries, Rochester, N. .Y. FOB «EWT. FOR RUNT—Two irpnt rooms OT«J Style Shop, for office or sleeping roomt Apply.M!si« Rieth, Normal and Monro* St. FOR RENT—Storage tor boueboU goods, in the one story brick building, cement floors, on alley back of MW Barth Theatre. Apply Hiss Rirth. : FOR RENT—tfwo furnished rooms. 216 West, Walnut. ;Phooe 370 L; ~ EOR RENT—Furnished room. Call For Sale—Good dining room table solid oak. A bargain. Call at 819 So. Illinois Ave. ; .For Sale—Set of Teacher's Home and School Reference Work. As good as new. A bargain if sold soon. Call at,819 So. Illinois Ave. : LOC7 . LOST—jSquare silver wrist watch between Amuse-U and Fowler's. , Heward if returned to Mrs: George Albon. CHARLESES. WILSON Chuiles t> WiKoii is the American, minister- to Biiljsu-la. He has oo-op- erated actively with the Bed Cross in, tlie- .repatriation- of allied prisoner* of,': war. -i .'•.-.' ' ,

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