Nashville Journal from Nashville, Illinois on March 24, 1921 · 1
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Nashville Journal from Nashville, Illinois · 1

Nashville, Illinois
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Thursday, March 24, 1921
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JL I n VOL LIX -La - - :fffjJRSDY March 4 19a! NASHVILLE 1LLKWJ -sasnsEznrza c BUCKEYE Standard” Incubators Pool-Proof and Fite-Proof guaranteed 1 local iews 111 Interesting Happening! In City County Gathered During the Pact Week GREAT 'BEYOND ggre Oora4 De Vortek Depart Thla Life and Circuit Judge Endoreed r ' -- ni Republican Nominate T - To Hatch More Chicks and Stronger Chicks in the Hands of Any Beginner SO SIMPLE THEY CANT GO WRONG The Most Successful Hatching Device in the World For Sale by SCHEUREll BROS inHtanflggBEB B ciocxoo xooooooooo YOU CAN ALWAYS 90 BETTER AT SAYYER’S illllf GOATS AND ORE! Charmingly fashioned from fine materials and prices much lower than last season You will be astonished at the style and quality of these garments Coats and Dresses similar to these sold at twice these prices last season These Dresses' are in N avy Blue Brown Copenhagen and Black in Tri-colette Taffetta and Feorgette at $850 $1350 $14 50 $ 1575 $1650 The Coats come in all the new shades in all-wool Velour Polo ClothBasket Weave Wool Jersey at $79 $1150 $1250 $1350 $1750 $1850 $1950 Come in and take a look It is always a pleasurelo show you WT SAWYER For Sale— chlld'a white Iron Mrs Geo Franck — Adv A dance will be given In Stone Church hall April 2— Adv Wm Hodde 2 miles west of Plum ?PonB® Hill will give a dance Monday night Red Rhode Island eggs for hatching Mrs Geo Maxwell Oakdale 111— Adv Mrs P B Leseman entertained a number of friends at her home last Thursday I will auctioneer your sales at a reasonable price Both phones JohnF Grattendlek AddievUle 111 Good Irvington property for rent or sale also good grain and fruit farms See G B Sanders Irvington 111— Adv Do not bny a women’s suit or silk dress before seeing our styles and prices We save you moneyH C Buhr-man — Adv Farm Wanted— Wanted to hear from owner of farm or good land for sale for fall delivery L Jones Box 651 Olney 111 — Adv An entertaining Easter program wUl be rendered Sunday evening at 7:30 In the Evangelical church by members of the Sunday school Single Comb White Leghorns 230 to 300 eggs strains eggs are from select winter layers $1 per setting Ollie Auld Oakdale — Adv Amos Lyons accompanied by J W Piper left last Thursday for St Louis where he expects to take a course of baths for the benefit of his health Women’s spring coats at greatly reduced prices gives a benefit you ordinarily get only later In the season See them at H C Buhrman’s— Adv The coal miners resumed work Monday and the mine is again turning out coal The mine has been Idle most of the time since the middle ofDecember Melnert Brothers have sold cars to H H House who has a Dodge roadster and WmDoepke of Stone Church who purchased a Chevrolet model FB Earl Wilson of west of town has oats four Inches high at this writing He sowed them when the ground was first in good condition and has a very fine stand Mrs Henry Dinkelman returned to St Louis Tuesday where she Is receiving treatment at the Lutheran hospital Mr Dinkelman and son Henry accompanied her A sale of the personal property "of the late Mrs M M Ayers will be held at her late residence in the south part of town Saturday March 26 at 1 p m All household and kitchen furniture will be sold Ed Lincoln was fined $5 and costs which amounted to $2715 in 'Squire E H Wehmeyer's court last weekLin-coln was found guilty on charges preferred by John Smith Edward Dobbins of Belleville member of the International Executive Board U M W A was here Friday He Informed us that he sided with the local Miners’ Union In the motorman’s case but had tailed to adjudicate the matter with the operators The St Paul’s League of the Evangelical church will hold an Easter service Sunday morning at 6:30 in the crib Circuit Judge Reeslvs f Mr Dora DeVorlck Mrs Dor DeVorlck nee Beckert COURTHOUSE NEWS PERSONAL MENTION Arrest Made at Wamao— Real Estate Tranaactlona— One Marriage Llcenae Issued Youthful Burglar Arrested at Irvington Carl McBride who was arrested for Visitors About Nashville and Vlolnlty — Arriving and Departing— Bant on Pleasure or Business ircuit sues RMublieane j Fridav noon at 11:55 burglarizing Ed Hartley’s home at Ir- ‘Rep"? County at the home of her father Ray-1 vington t Thursday was brought i me Republican vL"”“‘rday in re- 0 liT this " city aged 48 1 here Saturday by Sheriff H Kloster- jCommittee i met - h re cwirman “°nd joth and -18 days Mrs De- hoff and lodged In Jail For detailed Wm'wtest ud unanimously endorsed Jhad been a sufferer from can- account of the theft and chase see toCMdldlcy of the presen‘etVori many monthg having been Irvington correspondence tmleeL Bernreuter of this Uatiejtt In a SLLouis hospital for some Real Estate Transfers Crow of Belleville and J Fr8“on5jn£ tin) wa8 brought 10 Louise Wolf to Mina Martens et aL ham of EdwardsviUe— for 10 1820 where she wa® f rnd®r'J I Q C w se sec 82 Okawville stf ne tion The-following resolution gared for by her sister father enUw sec 7 Plum Hill $1 H J Gaebe nephew The departed was bora In L c Gaebe tots 1— 6 bl 2 H J NashyUl Jan SO 1873 and here grew Qaebe’s 2nd add Addieville $1200 adopted: Resolution Whereas the “rms ot offlea Judges Gillham Crow and Berereu are about to expire and wher ’ can have announced their respe didacles for re-election be it era resolved by the Republicans Uon lngton County Illinois B ®®B dorge assembled that we the manner In which said Jud6 b B( executed the functions of the offle circuit judge In the past and heartily recommend their nom and re-election n Resolved also that our delegates to the judicial convention which isto meet at Belleville April 11 J®1 their solid vote for said candidates in said convention The Republican central committees of Monroe St Clair Randolph and Washington counties have Instructed their delegates to the judicial convention which meets at Belleville April n to vote for the present Incumbents ana this gives them the majority of the votes The other county committees will assemble this week The law prescribes that the Judicial convention he held In the county seat of the most populous county and this Is the reason Belleville landed the convention The three sitting Judges Bernreuter Crow and Gillham have made enviable records for just and wise decisions careful study of the cases brought up before them and have proved themselves able jurists to"wnnhood Oh June 4sl804 ehejjouia Zapp to Caroline Haake lot 18 was halted In marriage with John De- U M Elwood’s add Nashville $2600 Yoriqk in East 6L Louis and they p Qreen et al to Samuel Gass lot made their home lp SL Louis Her bus- ciarmin ex coal $60 Mary B band was taken from her by death on Murray Rae j Boyie Be nW) Beo gent 10 1914 and since that time she 2 Oakdale $2600 A J Laney by continued to make her home in SL belts to Robert Mulholland undiv 1-6 Louis Mrs DeVorlck was a loving I Jnt gw nw nw sw sec 35 Johan-daughter wife and sister and a great njsburg $600 Jane Wledner to Char-lovsr of flowers and the beauty In na- Be Dietrich s ne se sec 26 Irving-ture Those who are left to mourn her I to B w Keller to Michael loss are her father Raymond Beckert: Bochantin lot 1 bl 2 B F W Kel-a brother John Beckert of Eaat SL I jerg lBt DuBols $150 Edward Louis- two sisters Mrs Nettle Grady joUlfl t0 Hy Hoenlnghaus tract Ir-and Miss Emily Beckert a nephew vlngt0I1 $i Michael Wisniewski to Joha Grady and a host of friends j0hn Wlsnlewsk se se 12 ft off e side The funeral services were conduct- ng ge gec j6 Beaucoup $1 Henry C d it the family residence Sunday af- Kleeman Alex W Hutchings ne ne terooon by Rev Frederick Baltser and 27 se se sec 22 Okawville wS her body was laid to rest In Green-ne ne ex r of w j s sec 5 Beaucoup wood cemetery The pallbearers were: n Mex W- Hutchings to Lydia Klee-Edgar Bridges Jacob Rieger WutL m land $1 - Andrew Pelka Stieg John and William Bellnski and Adam Q p0koraey pt sw ne beg 40 Frank Povalish all neighbors ft gouth Bridges 2nd add DuBols sec A quartet composed of Dr Godfrey DuBols $1300 Andrew Aydt to Schroeder George Hohihan John Hoh- Jacob Aydt 10 ac w side se sw e mad and Theo Hohman rendered ap-jgw gw Bec 13 Lively Grove $1000 propriate vocal selections IWm F Kohlmeyer to Minnie Fleisch- 1 Iman s nw sw sec Mrs Eva Kuhsrski Arthur Dempsey et Mrs Eva Kuharskl nee Kobus died stark et al 20 ac off 1 DuBols $1 al to Henry J e side ne sw $2500' W Bor- Ttvears' Deceased was bom In Febru-lders coal under tract sec o Johannis-ary 1848 Ip Posen and came tojburg and sec 31 y®dJ Republican Township Ticket bhoeen The Republican convention of Nashville township was held in the courthouse Saturday afternoon and was called to order by Louis Rosenkoetter secretary of the Republican Central Committee H H House was elected permanent chairman and Geo Arns-meyer secretary The following candidates were nominated by acclamation Supervisor Chris Heggemeier Justices of the peace (three to be elected) W C Henley Harry C Anderson and Geo J Cohlmeyer constable John V Fox school trustee John Schorfheide sf The chairman ap pointed Henry Ankersheil Moeller tee to fill any occur on the ticket The candidates on the Republican ticket are popular and progressive men and will be victorious at the election Tuesday April 6 America aa a child of three years sett Scbleper to Robert Wisniewski lots line in this county She was married —8 bl 1 Bridges 3rd add DuBols ung m in piB—oiski to Frank to Leonard Kult and to this union were $1000 Joseph Piergalski to Frank tom tour sons Joe John William and Laird lot 11 bl 6 DuBols $350 Clara Leonard and two daughters Mary and Krycki to Rose Wachowski Crabel) The husband pass- ne ntt se ne sec 10 lots 13— Later she was married to 26 etc Ractom $1 Helen C Fletcher (Mrs Crabel) The husband pass- ne n se ne sec 10 lots 13—18 to away liter she was married to 26 etc Radom $1 Helen C Flet Michael Kuharskl of this county Two to Fred Ballinger pt sec 10 Nashville tons amd a daughter were bora to this $1800 Geo C-Hoelschert al to Ixms union Henry and Aug Kuharskl and Mrs John Sczebelskl all of whom mourn the loss of the mother The departed is also survived by eighteen grandchildren one great-grandchild one brother Jacob of Nashville three sisters Mrs Vincent Letza Mrs Hy Koehler and Mm Frank Povalish and Hn many other relatives and friends George Those who attended the funeral were: and Wm Wiese aa 1 commit- “pouh Miss Anna°PovI-vacancles that should £ Mrs John Be- linski Jacob Kobus and daughters Miss Eva and Rosa Kobus all of here Citizens’ Party File Ticket The Citizens’ ticket aa filed with the city clerk C L Poole Is as follows: Mayor Peter Ziegel aldermen Fred Prasuhn Dan H Vemor Chris Keyler city treasurer Fred Rountree city clerk E H Wehmeyer T L Reuter who had been nominated for mayor at the meeting Friday Edward Koopman Edward W G Koopman was bora at Johannisburg 111 March 23 1874 and died March 12 1921 In St Louts Mo Besides his wife Clara Koopman nee Toedte he leaves two daughters Mildred and Luella two sisters Mrs H Goebel of St Louis and Mrs H Wiese of Hoyleton Funeral services were held at the Lupton Chapel at 4449 Olive street St Louis and Zapp lot 116 e 1 118 Barger’s Nashville $2500 Probate Court Herman H Brockmeier is appointed administrator of the estate of Fred H Brockmeier with bond of $3000 Henry Schwearing N C M vs Augnst Schwearing conservator petition for restoration Cause set for hearing March 29-at 10 a m Elizabeth Lilienkamp is appointed administratrix of the estate of Henry Lilienkamp with bond of $7000 Wm Rumig Frank Sawyer and Moffett Car-son are appointed appraisers Marriage Permits Charles C Blackman Rich view Mrs Emma Smith Richview Steve Pero was at Radom Sunday Ward Carson left Monday for SL Louis John Lorenz returned from SL Louis Friday John Grady returned to SL Louis Sunday Ed Sevhle of East SL Louis was here Sunday Zenas McElroy of Chester was here Sunday Mrs Kate FToelich spent Sunday in Okawivlle Miss-Mabel Eckert spent Sunday in Addieville Dr P B Rabenueck was in Belleville Friday Miss Velma Houser of Ashley was here Friday Aug Schwiering of Okawville was here Monday Mrs L Rosenkoetter spent the week end In St Louis Mrs E M Brown spent the week end in Okawville Dr and Mrs P B Leseman spent Sunday In St Louis Mr and Mrs Hy Boltman spent Sunday in SL Louis Wm Schneider was in Venedy Sunday visiting relatives Miss Sophie Klosterman of Okawville was here Friday Mrs Otto J Foeller returned Friday from a visit in 8t Louis Mrs A W Hutchings was in MtVer-non on business Friday Mrs (Rev) E Hemke of North Prairie left Friday for St Louis Mr and Mrs Fred Rlxman of Hoyleton went to St Louis Friday Miss Garnet Wehmeyer left Monday for Belleville to visit relatives Mrs Walter Brinkman of Mascoutah visited Mrs Hy Hesker Saturday Mrs Geo Hoelscher and daughter Laura visited In St Louis Sunday John W Lehde of Beaucoup was a business caller here Monday morning - Chas Woznick of St Louis visited Joe and Frank Jessa near Posen Sunday Mrs H C Buhrman and Miss Sarah Hoffman were St Louis visitors Monday Miss MyrtleGoddard qf SL Louis was a guest qf Miss Florence Uphoff Sunday Miss Eva Kobus visited her sick aunt Mrs Eva Kuharskl at Beaucoup Sunday Miss Ida Schmitt who is employed at the knitting mill spent Sunday to Okawrille fueugschool notes Senior Girl Win In OlrtaF Department Sophomoree Defeat Junior by Big Laat Quarter Spurt 21-1® The N H S basket ournmnt opened here Friday night with Prof E M Schueneman to charge The nret game scheduled was' between the Senior and Freshman girls which resulted to a victory for the Senior girls 24-6 The next game scheduled waa one of the best games of the tournament Sophomore boys vs Senior boys The game was a hard fought battle from start to finish although the SoPh more boys took the lead and held it from start to finish The first half end-ed with the score 9-0 to favor of the Sophomores Thompson was put out of the game to the third quarter for fouling Hasemeier taking his place and making all of the Senior points but the lead and the defensive playing of the Sophomores was hard to overcome and the Sophomores won 1WL lce line-up was as follows: Seniors— House center Thompson guard Brandhorst forward SchmidL guard Mueller guard Hasemeier forward Sophomores— Prasuhn forward Lively f orwasd Holston guard Wehmey-er center Meier guard Cook for- The next game was a one-sided one between the Junior and Freshman boys ending to a victory for the Juniors 60-0 This was the first game that has been a shut-out game to the history of Nashville basket ball The Freshmen put to a good game hut were new at the gaipe and to a lew years they will look like real champs Freshmen — Vogelpohl f Haynes g Uphoff f Schroedel c Krughoff g Junlors-Smith f Sawyer c Lay-ton f Williamson g Schlueter g The championship games were played Saturday nlghL the first being between the Sophomore and Senior ending to a victory for the Senior girls The game was bitterly fought but the Seniors won 34-11 The next game was between the Junior and Sophomore boys This was also a hard fought contest and it seemed for a time that the Juniors were sure to come out victors hut in a last minute spurt the Sophomores scored nine points and defeated the Juniors 19-21 The line-up was: Sophomores — Prasuhn f Lively f-! Wehmeyer c Holston g Meier g Juniors— Smith f Layton t Sawyer 0 Schlueter g Williamson g Marlon wins the state tournament and Centralia loses to Webster City Mo to Washington University tournament 21-20 The faculty and students of the High School have had some very interesting and instructive talks during the past week Last Friday morning Dr Mlngledorff delivered a T®ry ood talk on “Seeing Things” whtc was eye-opener to some of his listeners AQ oj o-uvv"- Monday morning the same speaker Mrs WE Drake of Nashville Tennjgave a short description 1 of conditions rived Friday for a visit with rela- in china with special attention to ed Evangelcial cemetery as is their an- ‘ed or mayor wag made in valhalla ccmi nnaTmmtom Should the weather be In-1 fn todsnlc camHdtoe tery Mr and Mrs Chris Toedte of clement the service will perforce be I on a randi- 'here Theo Toedte of Addieville Mr held in the church All are invited to P'on Fred Pra- j-d Mr Frank Toedte of Centralia at-participate in this praise service j wag added t0 ticket as candi- tended the funeral The Republicans of Covington town-j date for alderman to supplant -Mr ship will hold their convention Saturday March 26 to nominate candidates for the following offices: Two justices the peace and one trustee of schools Convention Is called for 2 m Wm Poehler Committeeman The following took the teachers’ examination last week: Theo Meyer James McClay WilltamKerr ElsaGil-bert Wilma Zapp Amelia Huck Elizabeth Rohde Dorothy Hoover Pearl Rountree Clara Green Velma Houser Willard Torrens Mrs Ruth Stewart and leoiin White The Masonic Cemetery Ziegel Woman Candidate for City Treasurer For city treasurer of Nashville on the Republican ticket the name of Mrs Anna Bieser wife of Peter Bie-ser was written in at the primary The present treasurer Peter Bieser for many years faithfully served the city as street commissioner until he was Incapacitated by losing his eyesight The city treasurership Is an easy job for the bank where the funds are X oooooooooon cCCv Now is the Time to begin' REPAIRING THE FENCES ON INF FARM before the Spring opens up You will need Barbwire Wooven Hog Wire Smooth Wire Poultry Fence Nails Staples Stretchers Post Hole Diggers We have a good stock at right price deposited transacts all the business Association iand the treasurer draws the salary Will hold a bake sale and luncheon inBut ag the law does not allow the the old post office building next Satur- treasurer to serve two successive day afternoon March 26 beginning at termSi Mrs Biesar - who Is an Indus-p in iiake sale sold at reasonable trious helpmeet to her blind husband prices Luncheon menu bb follows: jlag Been nominated as candidate for ” - of pie treasurer My Bieser worked aa long coffee ag he waB abie and Mrs Bieser Is still working hard to lay by something for a few settings of J their old age and the treasurer’s sala-Plymouth Rockjry is a substantial help She solicits eggs at G A Stalimer’s Hoyleton 111 to raise the cockerels from for improvement of your flock They will breed the "lay’’ into your chickens as they come from the best laying strain in the world -J W Parks’ of Altoona Pa — Adv your vote War History Completed The State Historical Society now located at Lincoln Hall Urbana has called In all Red Cross histories of this state J J Randall who was named as Mrs Frank Maule of East St Louis county historian sent In his completed work and has received a complimen-tarv letter saying his history was one of the niost thorough in the tate A copy of this history of all Washington county war activities will be preserved In the libraries of the State Historical Society the Red Cross Department ms here last Thursday trying to locate tht grave of lur father John Taylor win died heir- while sinking the air shaft at the local mine Mr Taylor had the contract for this work but dii'd before it was completed His body was buried In Greenwood cemetery poem? n and his supposed grave was decorated land one will be sent to by the miner’s local 011 their memorial a: - XIFIUIDT PRODUCE CO ' N ashville Illinois Pays highest Market Price for Your T I Fair weights and Satisfaction guaranteed day every year Spring the season of poets and sassafras arrived Monday and the equinoctial storms brought showers a-plenty and cooled off the atmosphere that for days had been uncomfortably sultry The peach boughs are waving beautiful pink blossoms the plum and pear trees arc a mass of snow-white the catbird Is here the garden sass Is sprouting the wheat fields looks promising and the Easter rabbit is getting busy for Sunday Rev Curwcn Henley of Murphys-boro was here Saturday and Sunday i slclans of and conducted quarterly meeting to polntment the M K church South Rev Henley is presiding elder over fifty-six churches uml is milking a campaign for the construction of now churches Five church edifices are ready to be dedi-1 rated and another will be completed lnseviral weeks It is proposed to build new churches n Centralia Mur-physhoro and Salem The American Rubber Company manufacturers of the "Masterbilt” tires and tubes have completed plane C Mr Randall hopes to place a copy of this history to the hands of each of Uncle Sam’s -nldler boys to this ex-soldier boys to rortnty New Penion Board Orgniie n new Pension Board for Washington county has been appointed and consists of Dr O J Hagebush of Ash-lev Dr Karl W Eirich of New Mlnden arid Dr George Green of this city Thp Board met Saturday and organized by electing Dr Hagebush as PBeaJd®ni’ Dr Green as secretary and Dr Eirich a treasurer All are prominent phy- the county and thetr ap-111 meet with the approval of the entire county Tte Board will meet Wednesday April from 2—4 o’clock p m to the office of Dr Green PUBLIC SALE of Personal Property - The undersigned will ? 1 sale at hli residence north of the L A Wednesday! Msrch 30 toZI at 1 p Wm h following personal property: 1 for the construction of their big plant 10 " ooai 0U stove 1 heater cl at Centralia III At a Joint meeting of d1un(f table X folding bed the directors of the Centralia Com- ®'u '" ' rUmfie and many other Notice The People’s Hospital Association will open Its drive for membership April 1 1921 and continue to June 15 A membership in this association entitles a patient to the following benefits: Board and room general nursing and use of operating room (Special nursing and dressing supplies will be charged for) Chronic and contagious diseases are not Included in thia membership but speciul rates’ will be made for such cases The fees for membership will be twelve dollars per year payable semi-annually Said membership includes every member of your immediate family People bolding membership to this Association laHt year found same a great protection and those who used the Hospital found it a very economical means of procuring hospital service Lot everyone join the Association for the coming year and protect yourself and family as well as supporting the hospital in which everyone should be interested As an Illustration of the benefits and the popularity of this Institution it might be welt to say that out'of the 265 members in the Association since the first day of Inst June thirty-one of them took hdvantage of their member ship and received the benefits accru-lng therefrom Ttiis number actually came to the Hospital for treatment Remember the dates April 1 to June 15 AH membership cards are to be obtained from the members of the Board or at the Hospital The board of directors are the following well-known men: W P Green Geo R Hasemeier LeeX Friend O B Hassler H F Heckert B B Holston H H Collmeyer F M Moss W E Tharp C W Nax K A Steta-hauser and Wm Grattendick Baseball Notes The meeting called for the purpose of organizing a county league was postponed because of rain This meeting is now called on Saturday March 26 at 4 p m to the office of the Nashville Baseball Association provided the roads permit the attendance of representatives of other towns SeV' eral towns have signified their intention of Joining this league and every team ihterested is strongly urged to have representatives present at the meeting Saturday or if this is impossible to be sure to inform the officers of the Nashville Association of their intentions before that time so that no one will be left out who wants to join The Nashville Association will serve supper to two representatives of each team present Saturday evening The regular meeting of the Nashville Association1 was held Monday night Several important committee reports were considered and the constitution and by-laws presented for approval Since It Is desired to give every member a chance to consider the latter they are to be brought up again at the next meeting Monday March 28 at 8:15 p m All members are urged to be present at this meet- 111 Lest Saturday and Sunday were practice days at Nagel’s Park Despite the high wind a large number of candidates for berths on the team were present and some very promising ma-tertal was much in evidence A prao tice game Sunday gave the boys some good fielding and hitting work which was witnessed by many interested fans All of those present concur to the opinion that the prospect tor the best baseball team Nashville has 1 ever had are very good Practice will be held again Saturday and Sunday afternoon and everyone interested in trying for a place on the team should make a special effort to b® ther® to be ready for a good work out If the weather permits rd i articles' ofTolt Md and kitchen fur-I Imre not herein enumerated Brown — Rought Melvin Brown and Miss Mildred Rought went to Belleville Sunday and were married that afternoon at 2:30 o'clock by Rev McClusky the ceremony taking place in the Presbyterian manse The bridal pair were accompanied by J Albert Watts and Miss Leona Moore who witnessed the ceremony Mr and Mrs Brown then departed for St Louis and are spending their honeymoon at FTeeport with her parents Mr and Mrs George Ronght and will later also vlBtt in Highland The groom Is the Junior partner In the B M Brown A Son restaurant and bakery and is well known her The pretty and charming bride has for the past year been employed as nurse to the People's Hospital her 8h la graduate of the nurses' training school of the St Ixiuls Baptist hospital and has made many friends during her stay In this city The happy pair expect to make their home to Nashville Hospital Notes Andrew Nowak a 18-year-old boy of Bolo township was frightfully Injured last Thursday when his limb became caught and mangled to the belt of a wood cutting machine The leg was amputated by Dr Hall of CentraUa Mrs Walter Snyder of Coulterville is a patient at the hospital Carl the little son of Mr and Mrs Frank M Cooper of Richview was operated last Thursday and Is getting along nicely Mrs H C Buhrman donated a aacK of potatoes to the hospital and Mrs Vesta Smith some canned fruit Miss Estelle Hasemeier has entered the hospital to receive training as a nurse merrinl club and the officers of the American Rubber Co bids were opened for the construction of the plant !!Lu!iL'l"'c’nsh The contract was awarded the Welch i'rm ’ )di gtruckmeysr Owner McCarthy Construction Co of Chicago) ‘ for the buildings Building equipment u 1 nines McClay of Oakdale and Fred Storck of Hoyleton left for arrived Friday tives here Mrs Seva Duncan' of Kankakee was a guest of Mr and Mrs J J Randall this week Mrs Hy Wallis returned to St Louis Saturday after visiting Mrs Hy Titles here Mrs J H Morrische of SL Louis was a guest of Mr and Mrs Chas Sieling Sunday Misses Mary McKelvey and Frances Innes spent the week end in ML Vernon with friends Mrs Fred Joellenbeck of Okawville visited with Henry Speck and daughters last Thursday Mr and Mrs M M Zellers of Belleville spent the week end with Carl Reither and family H E Hogshead of St Louis visited his parents Mr and Mrs H A Hogshead west of here MissWAnna Erdman of St Dou8 ““ Miss Elda Schoeneberg of AddievUle visited here Sunday Mrs Lee Stephenson andson and Ben Smith of Johnston City visited relatives here Sunday Mrs H E J Mueller and children Anna Friedolin and Mary Louise -visited relatives to St Louis Jerome Hasemeier and famlly of Ashley visited his parents Mr and Mrs L F Hasemeier Sunday Mrs P Dallwitz and °n Wilbert o St Louis visited her parents Mr ana MrB Wm Holzhauer this week Mrs Minnie Flanan ofEast Stipule visited her sister Mrs Walter Snyder who Is a patient at the hospital C B Shanks of Ashley Rev B F Koestering of Mlnden and W P May er of Oakdale were here on business yriduy Joe Heggv and family of FvaTurri’1®’ tnd were visitors of Mr and Mr Hy Fredektog and Mrs Martha Burnett Sunday- Mrs Carl Steinhauser and children of ML Vernon spent Saturday here with her parents Mr and Mrs r Hasemeier Miss Pearl Wiese left '®"1 - utt for St Louis after an extended vlsU here with her parents Mr ana tura Wm Wiese ’ Mrs Noah Gorman ?nd J "5-13 Grace and Jessie of St Lonis visitea her parents Mr and Mrs John Burton the week end Chas Schllnger was te : ffiinday to visit his Fraudson Howsrd Schllnger who was operated there Inst week for bemia Mrs Ed Gorman of Mt Vernon vis-Mrs Fred Prasuhn and machinery will danse a total outlay ot $225090 Work on construction is to commence within fifteen days and will be completed not -later than July lsL Thu plant will finva a capacity of 500 t ros per day and will era- piny 700 f-en and will be one of the storck of Hoyleton most Important Industries of Egypt I callers today Mrs St Louis today Herman Krewlnghaus of Venedy waa a St I-ouls visitor today Notice My car of trees has arrived and I now have a lot ot extra trees on band Anyone wanting some can tee me on the following dates: Beaucoup at my residence March 25 Nashville Fink Implement ahop 26 Du Bola Mo-NaU’s restaurant 28 Ashley Shanks store 29 Hoyleton Fricke’s store $0 I have some nice cherry apple peach and pear trace and grape vine to good varieties Come and aee the fruit tree ageuL Gee Gals L— Adv J L Shanks ia Acting Postmaster at Ashley John L Sharks of Ashley received notice Friday of his appointment as acting postmaster at Ashley J'a®® of Henry Gilbert resigned Mr flanks is well known and popular with the patrons of that office and we congratulate him upon hia appointment Annual Meeting March 30 The annual congregational meeting will be held at the Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening March 30 to hear reports of the work for the past year and to elect officers AU the member re earnestly requested to attend Betalon Red her sisters Mr" F'®1 Jr Mrs Ed Lorens and Mis Laura Lemen-the week end — Dr M M Lumbattlsint Mr and Mrs John Lumhattls Mr nnd Mrs F J-j p rta Middendorf MrsH OoingjH G Golttg and Wednesday motored here last weex ' Mrs Chas Ellerhrerht of 0Bnc rived Saturday tor “ H F Reuter to this c ty Mr-brecht i on her way to A anta Oa Mra Roseoe Rtroh and little aJ- J ft W Vnt Mra Carrie Weed and danghterMlaa Haute returned Wdv with the former’s son Henry and fnmtlv Mr and MrsLymatt Bbwof Mto- ucattonal matters Wednesday morning Miss Martin Of Chicago talked to the school with the profession of nursing as her theme She pictured the need for nursea the kind of girl whb is wanted to the intto-sing school and dwelt upon the groat services performed by the members of this noble profession Elmer C Ayers donated a number of books to the school library which can be used to advantage by some of the classes A large shipment of books has also been received as a result of the proceeds of the Junior nlay These book constitute a wet come and much needed addition to the library since the latter has so far been Insufficiently supplied wlth good books to meet the needs of the student Why Change! The fact that Nashville has fared well under the administration ofMayor Krughoff Is the best argument for con-flying him to offlceThe city has more cash in the treasury than ever before although one source of B®®BBT loon licenses— has been abolished by National Prohibition Law and order are preserved and city affairs areto-telllgently and honestly handled Why °hMayor Krughoff Is vv vigilant where the welfare of the community is concerned and Is always ready to attend to matters of civic betterment No mayor has ever given his time so free-ly or hag been go competent In emer geWhenthe fire bell give the S O S call Mr Krughoff does not keep snoos- lng or sit on his mayoral dignity but he Is out in the van of the fire flbter"-His skill as engineer and machinist Is especially valuable at such times When the machinery is balky he can give an efficient twist hero a punch there adjust something else and presto! the engine purrs with satisfaction and starts on Its W8 gion Some say this act Ivtty Is officious Of course any capable mechanic might do the same work but he would present a nice bill for the city to pay As our present mayor is willing to donate his efficient services why quarrel with our good luck 7 Keep him on th job and be thankful Mayor Krughoff Is a man to th prime of life a workman who to not ashamed of his work nor his working toes He has a knowledge not only of the city’s needs but of ths city’s resources as well and should the municipality ever decide on a big Investment like waterworks and sewerage h I especially qualified toseethat Nashville gets the beat In Improve- V menta at the least possible cost A good mayor Is worth beeping Standard Oil Co Opens Station Hers The service station tor gasoline oil air etc wilt be opened this week in th Watt building on the center of Main and East Court streets TTie work of excavating for the gasoline was begun this morning here with Mr and - " i-nt Mr Bratcher who la promlnen Inneapnil ni office In Minnesota Nashville resldsnt Mr- tank iBonPh tr had spent tb whiter atBiloxl Mississippi- Attention Auto Owner The Washington County Mutnal An-to Inutiranco Company wa organUM months ago and 1 processing very nicely W have to force 45 pollcie to the am omit of $130000(13 This Com-oany Insure automobiles trucks tre-tors and private garages against loss hy fire lightning windstorm (jyclon Rnvpry anto owner should be Interest-ed to a home company We furnish yon protection at a very small eort and solicit your patronage For auv Information refer to the Board of Director °w F Becker AddlevTUa H R Boeschen R- L Venedy D-F-OkgwviRe J IT Banders Addle-Wm " NanTiil§ i Johnson Hoyleton John Orramc 1 Nashville Louis Heseman F trails' Peter Johanne R Wm Aald Oskfltto Agmit Belgian Hors A hlaek Belgian horse ’ belonging to th 1 nauT t Okwv11K Hoiirnr wu - aaT March th atab nttnmrv of Minneapolis n iytman to Okawville —Adv Mr O JJrHer i m t h to this city ) I

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