The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on March 13, 1920 · Page 3
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS A Request! m \ 48,000 „ Drugstores Sell It. r e L nmli6n people it to KILL COLE use • omiiiiuiiiiiiBiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii • The Young Peoples Conference to be held at Presbyterian Church In this city next Wednesday and Thursday, under the leadership of the State Sunday School Association, was secured by agreement of the churches of the city to provide free entertainment for out-of-town delegates. More than 2OO delegates are expected. The entertainment consists merely of Wednesday nights' lodging and breakfast. If the, committee has not waited upon you, phone to your Sunday School superintendent stating the number of delegates you will entertain, Or be ready to make such report at Sunday School next Sunday. Church announcement! should be In the office'.not later than 2 p. m . Frl- day to Insure Insertion Saturday. Programs for missionary meetings the ^week following must be In the office "not later than Saturday noon. CASCARA|NuiN!Nf PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner S. Normal Are. and Elm St Walter P.'Eagleaon, D. D., Pastor. A. K. WUson, Sunday School Supt. 'Miss Ruby Robertson,, Organist. • Sunday school 9:30. Preaching- service 10:45 a. m and 7:30 p. m. The pastor,Dr. Eaglesou, will preach both .morning and evening on the Sabbath day. He as attending the nieet- .ing of the Inter-Church World Movement this week. .Dr. J. Campbell WIMte said of it, "This is the greatest | gathering ot ministers ever held on this continent." Mrs. T. B. F. Smith -will sing. . . The Brotherhood is preparing a program and supper on Tuesday evening. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 206,West Main Street. A. C. Geyer, Minister. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Louis Rentro, Superintendent. Services of worship at 10:45 a m and 7:30 p. m, '• Morning topic, "The Guilt and 'Power of Sin," Evening topic, "Three Steps , to Christ:" . Junior League at 2:30 p. m. M'iijs McGulre, Superintendent. .'•• Epworth League at 6:30. Miss Goings, President. • , Topic, "Patience and Its Rewards," truly a young people's topic. Every comer is welcome at First M.E church. Strangers try us. ... IMPROVEMENT CIRCLE Of the Christian) church will meet with Mrs. MacFarlane Tuesday afternoon. Every 'member urged to come. Bring a'friend or neighbor:—Advertisement. form—safe, «ure ho rcaki up a, cold in 24 relieves grip in 3 dmvs y back if it faili -the uine box has a Red p. with Mr. Hill's picture. At AH Drag Star,, MASONS ATTENTION Special meeting of Sheklnah lodge No. 241 Saturday night, March. 13, at .7 o'clock, for work. 'T. A. Weaver, W .M. H. C. Mertz, Secretary. Advertisement. Smart gowns! !,' Love arid revenge. ' ° f RWLAND Adventures tif lie and22c. NOTICE Get your state automobile license at the city hall. The cop may get yon If you don't.—Advertisement. "OH YES" WMrs YOUR DELEGATE; L»ooal Mrs. G. F. Dippell and children, .Clara Jane, James and Rbibertj have gone to Dallas, Texas, to join Mr. Dippell, who -has a position, as archi- \ tect in Dallas. Elegant brick ice cream in three flavors for Sunday at Fowler's.—Advertisement. Mrs. D..E. Botto and daughter, Miss Louretta of Mt. Vermin are visiting Mrs. R. B. Karns, of South Normal avenue. YOUNG PEOPLE _JO ATTEND 'Those entitled to attend the Young- People's Conference to be held at the Presbyterian church next Wednesday and. Thursday are young people between the ages of 16 and 24, young people just approaching the sixteenth birthday, ministers, teachers of young CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Corner of South Normal Ave. and West Elm St. Sunday school 9:30. a. in. Sunday morning service 10:45. Wednesday evening" service 7:45. 'Subject for rhe Sunday service: "Substance." The free reading room and circulating library i s open every Wednesday and Saturday from 2 to 4 p. m. Au- t'iov'ied literature) is for loan and for Gale. All are cordially welcome. Don't be frightened, call on me and let,me write your application, for your automobile state license, as I. have and keep a record of your car from year to year. E. M. Williams. Over Style Shop. Advertisement. Each adult and young people's class m the various Sunday schools of the city should :,send delegates, to the 'Young People's-Conference at the F**s- byterlan church -next Wednesday and Thursday, March 17-18., Some .classes j are planning to send more than one Who's your delegate.—Advertisement.' •Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rauch went to' St. Louis this afternoon to attend ths JEv OillQS." Mrs. L. M. Bradley and daughter; Miss Lucile, leave this evening for Berkley, Calif., and ' other western points for a visit. Mrs. Bradley met Miss Lucile in St. Louis, coming -down' from Battle Creek, Mich. people and- Sunday school workers. The registration, fee. for each person attending is $1.25. No visitors allowed, no .open sessions. — Advertisement. Get your brick ice cream for Sunday . i at Fowler's.—Advertisement. ^Be sure and thiuk4f your brick ice cream for Sunday, Fowler's.—-Advertisement. EUSlTTEWlON Oif Thursday, March'25th we expect to put on a Flower Carnival at the Club" Rooms.' This will be the last social,affair given by the present entertainment committee and we expect to make it swell. For information ask Frank C. Bastin, Will Hays, Karl Federer, John Wright,' Leo Wilson. Entertainment' Committee Advertisement. TRANSFERS IN •_ JflEAL ESTATE Records of. Carbondale Property Changing Hands—Movement .of Real Estate Is'Active. Ben Glenn, to Chester S. Johnson, lot 2, block 3, of Huffman's subdivision-of 1 acre lot 7 in Carbandale • $100. \ John Venerable, divorced, to Oliver B. Thompson ,both of CaT!bondale,_all of lots 427 and 451 in Carbonda'e ! $1050.. L j El'iza Ealey, widow, to John' Vene.r-1 afble, both of Carbondale, 46 feet and ! 6 inches off. the east side of lot 427 ' in Carbondale, $450. | J. M. Potts and Julia M. Potts,-his | wif e, to . C. A. G-raggs, all of Carbon- j dale, lot :'-7 in Oakland Heights add! ' tiou to Carbondale, $1500.. CHURCH OF GOO. Elder O., W. Sidenm, p as tor E a S sr T Ma!n St.'* * L °' °' F ' Ha "' Sunday school opens promptly" at 9:30. Lawrence Sammons, Supt. There will ;be no preaching next Sunday on account of the pastor's" absence. Cottage prayer meeting will l>e held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Lawrenc Sammons, on West Mill street, Wed uesday might, March 17th, at 7:30 p. m Brother Will Crowell, leader. Flames Destroy U. S. Shin Port Said, Trinidad, Marph 13—The American steamship Balnbac, owned * the United States shipping board n-as destroyed by fire -here. T WANTED-Lady or gentelman in Carbondale for Watkins Famous Products. Watkins goods known everywhere Big profits. Write today. Wat- Hans Company 51, Winona,' Minn. ' " WANTBD-Young men , 17 'u^rl,'! desiring railway mail clerkships;! ?110 a month, write for free particulars ! examinations. R_ Terry, (former Gov- j .eminent Examiner), 763 Continental Bldg-., Washington, D. C. 2 J°w RENT ~ TW ° «**•** rooms. 21 West Walnut, Phone 370 L. . LOST—Between Oak street and I th . T ' heat ^ e - on d< ""i town street,! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner West Main St. and North Normal Ave. J. W. Merrill, Minister, 307 West Main St. Phonre 387 L. The usual appointments all day. Evangelist Deal will be with us all day and help in- all the services,' An afternoon service will be held at three o'clock for married people only. An appropriate message will be given by the' pastor and Mr. Deal will help in the service. / The evening service at 7:30 will-.be ifihe closing -service at which Mr. Deal will be with the church. Let all help to make it the greatest service of the .Series. "Come thou with us and we will do the',}, good." Trails to Two Moons Do you like a story of the sort that's called "red-blooded" ? Of the. big, open country, of men' who fight for rightj/pf life and death, of women who love sometimes not wisely but too well ? A romance £H1 of'thrills and advent tures ? You do„-Then subscribe now for good orchard and fins Place for cantaloupes. Also grain crops. Reasonable 'terms to reliable Party. Apply Miss Maggie Rieth. FOR SAiE-Folding o'rgan, Ambe^ '• nl !l S °^ art0r electrfe ««. Ben. ] MT. and Mrs. W. G. Conner and children have returned to- Chicago after i attending the funeral of their little j niece, Virginia Evans. ATTENTIONJKS LADIES I The Eiks Entertainment Committee j wants your help in making our next: social -affair the best ever held- in our city. On Thursday, March 25th, we ex| pect to hold a Flower CarB.ival at the Club Rooms and we want all the pot plants and owers. that we can get.Eor information call up any member of the Entertainment Committee.—Advertisement. and start with the first installment of Trails to Two Moons, "it's, a-story that is like THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN itself—big, outdoors, vital,-throbbing, virile. ' .. FOR SALE-2 Ford touring c FOR SALE ORv EXCHANGE— V»cant lot, University Race. What.haTe you- to trade for this. Address. H. B Metz, DeSoto, III. EOR SALE—Two MARRIEDT16FLE Mrs. Bessie Fraley returned to Chicago today after a visit with her daughters, Mrs. Loyd Bradley and Mrs Willard; P. Wall, of Murphysboro. ' Within the past two months there has ap- < peared in THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN a spler.did . complete novel that you will pay $1.73 to get in book" form. Folks who subscribed /or a year two months ago have read that sccry; they will, read Trails to Two Moons, ai°.d four or five other novels-to follow/or only $1 .OOf If that isn't a bargain I don't knowone. And, better still,, these . stories are exrras in THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN. AH the rest of its. many pages each w-ek •are filled to overflowing with farming, farming,, farming.^ Read.it!' Get to know.'it! Let it help you make more money I Buy it TODAY! • FOR; SALE—Colonial e ming and .furnishings, my new apartment buiWing of 4 apartments, known as the Bastin apartments, also my. residence property at. corner of 10th' and Harrison Sts., 1 block from pubUo square. For information write Mrs S. Bastin, Colonial Hotel, Mt. Vernon, FOH aALJ-^Shaftlng, cones' and Pulleys at the Free Press. FOR- SAfiS-4 room house-,w£h electric-lights, west side, for Jl.OOO cash. Postoffice box 146. 1.*'" "N.f OR SALE—Four .room cottage with |-;•..•- -;re lot, Twelve .fifty. Also modern B ten room house, good 1 out buildings with six lots, Thirty-one hundred. On time. Branch, 303 East Main. Through Me-S2 Big Issues-Foe Only $1.00 BLOSSOM HILTON ^Hiltons Feed Store, Makanda. . ' LOST—Eair of nose glasses la caae Reward Jf returned to "W." at Free .Press. • LOST — Betweem Oak streetx'and Barth Theatre, on down town street, cameo pin. Call 166. .. POUND FOUND—Gentleman's kid glove for right hand. Can have at Free-Press--' . for paying for this ad. A special service is announced for tomorrow at 3 o clock for "Married People Only"

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