The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on March 6, 1920 · Page 3
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 3

Carbondale, Illinois
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Saturday, March 6, 1920
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l>ocal Mews Mrs. G. Springer of Cobden. is the guest of Mrs. N. D. Wintersteen. Mr. and Mrs. John Sill : were in Murphysboro yesterday because of the illness' of the former's mother, Mrs. S. A. White, who is confine'd to St. Andrews hospital with a paralytic stroke. Ward Bouchier has returned-from a business trip to Detroit, Mich. s "Miss Esther Ereidms.n of Johnston City krrived yesterday afternoon for & visit with Miss Eva Moake. • ! J Herman Staudt. is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Anna Smith in Herrin. G. P. Edmunds of Searcy, Ark., is spending a few days here on business. R. E. Reniro- went to Decatur today on a few days' business trip. J. A. Patterson is spending a few day's in Springfield on business. Henvy Brohm, who is teaching in the Fairfleld schools, is spending the week end. at his home here. Prof. E. E. MeLaugbJin of Anna, was a visitor here today. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradshaw will spend th.6 week end with the former's brother, J. E. .Bradshaw, and wife, of Paducah.- BIRTHS An eight and a half pound girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Block o£ Sycamore street this morning. ' MASONS ATTENTION Special meeting of Shekinah Lodge No.-241 Saturday night at 6:30 p. m. for work. f. "A, Weaver, W. M. ' H. C. Mertz, Sec. • Advertisement Church announcement! Bhould be. In the office cot later than 2 p. m. Friday tc Insure Insertion Saturday. Programs lor' missionary meetings the week following must be In the office not later than Saturday noon. Mrs. Fay Allen Forsythe returned! to Chicago after a two weks' visit here with heir parents, Mr. and Mre. J. W; Allen. Mrs. Fot- eytthe is studying te the Chicago Conservatory of Music. Miss Vada Rushing went to Marlon today for a tern days' visit witi relatives. '•.'•.'• * Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bass and son, George, William, have ireturned trom a'visit -with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bass, iB^Murphysboro. Mr. and Mrs. John Post have return«d from a visit with relatives in Murphysboro. Joe Drury was in Murphysboro last night to attend a party given, by Clyde 'Somers at his home on Logan street for a number of friends. Games,, music and dancing were enjoyed until alate hour after .-which la luncheon !was served. • BASKET BALL Campbell Hill vs. Junior High. Girls' ^preliminary this evening at 7 Admission 15 cents. Normal gym.— Get your state automobile license at the city hall. The cop may get you if you don't.—Advertisement. BE NEIGHBORLY. BTTT A HOMEAMD KEEP TOTJB MONEY HERE. ROYAL NEIGHBOR SOCIAL There will be a social at Modern Woodmen Hall Monday night, March 8th. Everybody tnrlted. Music, piano and drums. Admission 20c. Come and have a good time.—Advertisement. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH • ^ 206 West Main Street. A. C. Geyer, Minister. . . Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Louis Renfro, Superi-nteiident. - Morning worship at 10:45. Topic, "The Sabbath,'the SavingSs.Bank of Human Existence." ; No service at -7:30 p." m. Junior League at 2:30 p. m. Miss McGuire, Superintendent. At 6:30 p.<m. service in tile auditorium in. the interest of all young people to which everybody is invited. The pastor will give a brief address on "The Young Man and Hia Mission." A social hour will follow and light refreshments will be served. All young converts are urged to come. BATTLE REPORTED IN LISBON Fighting Also Said to Be Going On in Streets of Oporto—Impossible to Confirm. Madrid,. March 6.—Rumors are in circulation .on the frontier of fighting in the streets of Lisbon and Oporto, but it is impossible to confirm these reports, us communication of every kind hns. been interrupted and' the frontiers fire closer!. BUILDING TRADES GET $10 Contractors at Aurora, III., Agreed to New W;ie Scale—Eight Hours - to Constitute a Day. Aurora, HI., March 6.—Building contractors announced that they -would accede to ilemaiitls.of bricklayers, electricians and plumbers for $10 a day, with time and one-half .for overtime. Eight hours constitute si day. TROOPS FIGHT FOOD, RIOTERS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Corner of South 'Normal Are. and West Elm St. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Sunday morning service 10:45. Wednesday evening service 7:45. i-ubject for the Sunday service: "Man." ' • ' • , The free reading room and circulating library is open every Wednesday and Saturday from <2 to 4 p. m." Au- ttafi-ited literature is for loan and lor cole, A!l are cordially velcome. CHURCH WF GOD. Elder O. W. Sidensr, Pastor. Services held in I. O. O. F. Hall, East Main St. Sunday school opens promptly at 9:30. Lawrence Sammons, Supt. Evening-service 7:00. Preaching service 10:45.. Subject, "Knowing God." -Evening service 1:00. Cottage prayer meeting will foe held Wednesday night, March 10th ait the home oE Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ooleman, 511 Rawlings St. Brother Joe Crowell, leader. Mrs.'.A. L. Fisher of Santa Barbara, Cal., who is on her way to Syria to do •relief, work .for the Arabian .government. ; Some months ago she received a beautiful Arabian horse from Prince Felsal and was made a captain in the Arabian 'army In recognition of her services with the American Bed Grogs in Arabia. One Person Kitted and Many injured in Clash Northwest of Munich. /j>ndon, March 6.—Stftious riots at Munich and Strnubing, 75 miles northeast of Munich, nrisingi from demands for complete freedom in the distribution of fooclsttiffs, are reported in a Central News dispatch" from Berlin. Arrests by the profiteering court le<l the mob into conflicts with troops. One person was killed and many injured. £' *-'|pnHHIHIIim^ f SPECIALS 1 [ SATURDAY AND MONDAY \ 11 Wear Ever Aluminum 1 1 quart Pudding Pan / 75 a quart Pudding Pan -... 85 4 quart Pudding Pan. $1.10 2 quart Sauce Pan...................... . 05 4 guart Sauce Pan Sl.tO 6 quart Sauce Pan $1.35 4 quart Preserving Kettle $1-45 6 quart Preserving Kettle .$1,75 2 quart Covered Kettle. $1.25 4 quart Covered Kettle $1-45 6 quart Covered Kettle .-..$1.85 lo-inch Pie Plate J ;_..... gfl ii-incb Pie Plate QQ ONE ARTICLE TO A CUSTOMER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ' Corner S. Normal Ave. and Elm St Walter F. Eagleson, D. D., Pastor. A. K. Wilson, Sunday School Supt. Miss Merle Mclntyre, Organist. Sunday -school 9:30-. Preaching service 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The pastor will preach both morning^ and evening. Prof. A. R. Boone will sing a solo at the morning service. The church has a. welcome for you. .. EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Corner South Normal and West Elm. Sunday, March 6. 9:00 Holy Communion with sermon. 7:30 p. m. Evening prayer. /Conducted by Rev. R. M. Gunn, Chester. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH m IF IH Corner West Main St. and North ; Normal Ave. ' J. W. Merrill, Minister. 307 West Main St. •Phone 387 L. Usual appointments all day. Rev. Ira L. Deal is with us conducting an evangelistic campaign and all appointments will he adjusted to meet the need-s of that campaign. 'Special young people's - mass meeting at three o'clock in the afternoon-. All young people fro'm every church or no church, at all invited. Usual evangelistic meeting tonight at seven-thirty, and meetings each night, next week. The- first invitation to accept Christ at the Baptist church where. Ira L. Deal is assisting wJLh revival meetings was given last night. There w&re three responses. These are an indication o£ the spirit o£ the meetings. STGTLAR & F Hardware & Furniture. IT • Phono movies amuse the children and 'the big folks too. See the attraction in SHEPPARD'S BOOK STORE window. The -ballet dancer and the dancing darkies all keep time to the music o£ your phonograph on any.disc machine.—Advertisement. HOME HELPS '"Wam MY SfflP COHES IN" ; .FEATURING "JANE GREY" A tense and "thrilling Melodrama by Gouverneur Morris. • It' moves . from the border of the rough seas to the struggles ol Broadway in rapid succession, Romance that ripples like a babrJling brook. .Mystery that grips-A story that appeals to the very depths of human emotion. ALSO... ; ' i( ADVENTUKES OF RUTH" Outing Chester 7 P. M.«8:45 P. M. lie and 22c Musical Interpretation by MISS ANNA JACOBS i MHIWIIIIIM^^ THE PEOPlfS COLUMN GENERAL CLEANUP IN ORDER Patriotic Advertising It No. Longer an Excuse for the Preaence of Un- ,«ightly Billboard. ! CMh In •One fafentlffVar 1*W ":-.».. if One week, per wort"': 1 .;'.'.':.......JM 1 . One insertion, per word .,......#1 Three insertions, per word .......Of WANTstD. WANTED—To: trim trees.. Experienced. •William O'Neill, 611 North -Washington. WANTED—To rent house with five or more rooms. Permanent renter. Now that the orgy of war advertising is ended, where does it all leave YOU—as the posters said-rand your future contributions to the maintenance of the advertiser's paradise? You gladly saw patriotism written all . jjo small children. Phone 128 over the beautiful buildings and places . • • • » , of the city—even though this writing was a kind of scribbling, so incongruous were the papers and nimsinesses.. Beauty was for the moment nothing—• nothing,,unless -it, too, sepved; But now!.; Farm Are we to be equally content to,! see Piffle's Pickles emblazoned where \ve testiBad' our intention to save food and tlius help win the war? Will not | ?24 full time, 50c an hour spare time, chewing giim and chicle be more than ' ever an impertinence when Inflated to the dimensions of our fatherland, the liberty of the *orld and the sacrifices of our sons? Some have feared tha? t2? e riot of outdoor-war advertising would debase WANTED—To rent or buy, small or large farm near Oarbondale. Not farther than 5% 'miles 'from. town, improved. Ralph V. Dickey, Wayne City, III. R. R. No. 3. WJST—Red fox muff, at Normal gym Saturday night. Return to Mary Youngblood. LOST—WrUt watdi bvtwera. my home and'postoffice. Call at division office and receive reward. Miss Susie McGh'ee. ILOST—(Small leather bag between Normal Ave. and Main St.,. containing- checks, gold pin and self addressed letter. . Finder please leave at the Free Press office. Mrs.- Geo. Hanford. our taste and make the. public' ? tnl •WANTED—Men or women, salary selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Experience unnecessary. Guaranteed Mills, Norristown, Pa. LOST—Child's unfinished pink plaid gingham --waist on Normal.Ave., near the Normal. Return to Mrs. J. M. Etherton and receive reward. LOST—Pair nose glasses between Illinois Central division office and depot about 5:00 p. m. March 5.—Return to Free Press. WANTED—ILady or gentleman agent in Carhondale fofWatfcins Famous Products. Watkins goods known LEONARD more heedless of the incongruonsness \ everywhere. Big profits. Write today. Watkins Company 51, Winona, Minn. and ugliness of the advertising nut sance. We think not. In spite of everything; the v?ar advertising truly expressed us. We looked at it and read it—and liked some of it—because it did. It expressed us -best when It was most beautiful. -And although much of. It\was small in scale, it never was too big to express the great ideas. But . now, will" not, the apotheosis of . the'.|* Bostwick.Nurserymen, Newark, New insignificant seem more than ever -York State. cheap and tawdry? If .so, the blatant advertisement has lost some of Its ad- WANTED—Reliable man or woman 'to act as district superintendent to •book orders for fruit and ornamental trees, roses and shrubbery and engage" sub-agent; exclusive territory; ,pay weekly. Apply at once. ___ Art Society of New Tork. SILOS INCREASING . RAPIDLY Becoming Necessary on Every Farm In Pennsylvania—Lessens Cost of Production. Statistical Information recently •Mi- lected by the bureau of stnllsilcs, Pennsylvania department of agriculture, shows that approximately 20 per cent, or 43,657 farmers In Mm state are now using'stlos. The number one year ago was estimated at 32.900. The silo 1& rapidly becoming a necessity on practically every farm, for silage grently lessens the cost of production of a pound of butter or. :i pound of beet , FOR RENT—Storage lor honaehbU goods, in the one story brick building; cement floors, on alley back of mew Berth Thestra. Apply Hiss Rtetb. FOR'RENT—Two furnished rooms. 216 V West Walnut. Phone 370 L. FOR RENT—Three room house with electric lights.'Call -476 t,. Old, but. Ever True. It is in;part to help the spiritual growth and to- tench the "young idea' 1 of community spirit "how to shoot" that the chamber of commerce published in its monthly bulletin lines- like these: It you like to live in the kind of a town • Like the kind of a town you like, ' ?o-u needn't slip your clothes' in a grip 'And start on a long. Ions hike. You'll only fir.d what you left behind For there's nothing that's really npw. It's a knock at yourself knock your town. It isn't the ,to%vn, it's you. • Real "towns aren't made, by men afraid Lest somebody else gets ahead. When everyone works an<? nobody shirlcs, You can raise a town from the "dead. And i£ while you make your persona] atake - Your neighbors can make one. too, your town will -be what you want to »ee It ,'sn't the town, it's you. FOR RENT—Furnished room, modern. Gentleman preferred. 210 Hospital Drive. Telephone 69. FOR SALE. . FOR SALE—Five room house and large lot, close to town, $1500. Call at 305 East Main St. - - FOR SALE—Four room house in good condition. Water, lights and gas. 40T West Elm. FOR SALE—Five room cottage on West Sycamore. St. All conveniences except heat. Lot 60x230 feet. Has good havn also. Phone 247 K, at 412 West Jackson 'St. . • X ' FOR: SAUE—rMaxwell touring carj 1919 model,. good condition/ Terms, right if sold at once. Call 413' W:. Sycamore St. FOR SALE—Columbia Qrafanola, at a bargain. Phone 435 L. FOR RENT—Two rooms for. light housekeeping. 402 W. Pecaa. W, A. Leonard of Evanston, ni., who ..was United States consul to Colombo. Ceylon, during the war, has just returned to Washington .to fill a position in the state department. Community's Big Four. The church, the .school, the county nt "the local '-newspaper—these are- Bis ?'o;;r In-'csinm-jnify life. THE -CHEERFUL CHERUB *.'.'. . * ii- Hy -Ks^rt is. like ^ .• > — No .sooner is rr\y k.s± love gone. i ryw\ just "to ' . e. Txvv ,p? I put tnotlier' record &••' is TONIGHT 7:3O BAPTIST

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