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Values is $i per Others would considerably We will ask the quality g'bo'ds — the of the weave— of the coloring. superiority of appears on Wear will positively prove that they outclass $i goods. wide. sale having been on for some time. The Snider.farm includes more than 300 acres. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Hardy entertained entertained a company at dinner yesterday at thair home in Murpbysboro in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Willson, who will soon leave Murphysborq co make their home in Herrin.. The Rnubli- can Era mentions Dr, and Mrs. M. Etherton, of this city, as among the guests. United States District Attorney V. A. Northcott, whose right eye as injured several days ago on the teamer St. Louis-as he was returning rom a trip to Europe, is much im- roved in condition. The wire in one f his glasses broke and in removing lem.th'e wire struck him in the right ye.—Springfield Journal. At the Baptist church Wednesday ight the following were elected mes- engers from the local church to the nnual meeting of the Nine Mile Baptist Association to be held at Oak Qrove church, two miles north of 'inekneyville on October 13th: J. M. Jtberton,.Mrs. Dora C. Smith, C. A. 3orsey, Mr, and Mrs. Dan Pabst, Mrs. Bilgere,mother of Miss Audrey Jilgere, who was seriously injured in yesterday's gaioline stove accident at he Wehrheim home, and Mrs. Wehr- leim, mother of A. V. Wehrheim, arrived arrived here -from Baldwin, Randolph county, last night after receiving vord of the accident. Mrs. A. V. Wehrheim returned from St. Louis ast night, also. and 55 for Wiclts were made on part and Holland bein nominees. Mr. and Mrs. Lena Crammer were over from CarbondiUe Tuesday afternoon afternoon and'took their little son, Gilbert, Gilbert, home with them. He has been in St. Andrew's hospital a week receiving receiving treatment for eczema, Which affected one of his feet so bad that it Was feared that amputation would be necessary. The foot is much improved.—Independent. improved.—Independent. Marion Poat: '• The Rev. Fred L. Thomson, for CUe past seven years pastor of the .Methodist Episcopal church of this city, celebrated bis fiftieth anniversary as a pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at the services yesterday. lu closing; Rev. pastoral calls, received 3,000 into the church, baptised 2,000 persons, married married 1,010 couple's and attended 1,500 funerals. . The.county.jailer of. Jackson county on Tuesday after receiving a quiet tip from within the jail there, caught up Newt Blevins, the former Scottsboro man who is under sentence to the gallows gallows for murder in Johnson -county, and searched him. A large ugly looking looking dirk with blade aa sharp as a razor on each side was ..found on his person. It was f.oncealed in his shoe. Blevins is believed to have had the weapon for the purpose of slaying the officer who is to accompany him to Vienna later for execution and making an escape. It is stated that he_ will, be searched daily henceforth and also kept in close confinement. He has been granted a number, of liberties which hereafter he will not get to enjoy.—Marion enjoy.—Marion Post. CURE FOR ECZEMA Discovery that Cures Pimples, Eczema Eczema ana all Skin Troubles. If "yon are troubled wi.th pimples, black heads, aoue, barber's itch, blotchea, freckles or other akin disease disease or blemish, now is the time to cure it w.ith Hokara. This pure and simple skin food is being introduced in , Oarbondale by Hewitt's drug store at a low price of 25c for a liberal sized jar, and in the past few weeks they have sold hundreds hundreds of treatments. ID contains no grease or acid, is clea.nly to use and is a true food aud nourishment for the skin, cleansing aud clearing it in every pore, making it soft, white and beautiful. If Hokara does not do even more than is claimed for it and.give perfect satisfaction return ..the empty jar to Hewitt's drug store and they will refund refund your money. It you h_ave any skin trouble, you cannot spend 25c to batter advantage than for a jar of this food'. Larger size 50c. • .. Hurry! I have a six room modern conveniences basement, lot 60x180 .feet. $300 down balance at $20 just like rent.' This property West side near Main street. Also a six room cottage Normal Ave. with - all conveniences except heat. reasonable. I also" have a good So land for sale or trade for When you want to buy real will pay you to see Peal Estate CARBONDALE, ILL, On the Move I. C. Roaclmaster James Clifford and family moved today 'from the Hampton property on West Oak National League. At Na-w York— R- H. B. Cincinnati 000000004—411 1 New York 20312053 *—1C 14 I! Batteries: Cincinnati, Covoleskl and Clarke; New York, Ci-andall and Schlcl. At Boston— . K. H. E. Chicago 100010000— a 7 0 Boston 00000200 1 —.3 6 2 Batteries: Chicago, Beulbach and Kline; Boston, Ferguson and Harldon. Second Game— R. II. B. Chicago 040001.24 0—11 12 1 Boston 000000000—0 0 .5 Batteries: Chicago, Brown and Kilns" Boston, Mattern and Harlden. At Brooklyn— K. H. B. Plttaburg 000000000—0 4 1 Brooklyn 01000001*— 2 7 I Batteries: Pittsbm-g, Steele and Gibson: Gibson: Brooklyn, Boll and Miller. At Philadelphia— R. H. B. St, Louis 1-0010800 0— B 9 1 Philadelphia ...000100300—4 8 2 The At St. Sports and thirty-third Veiled night, 1910 characters than pageant. including thrilling. The The Sports The Fishing. Fencing. Cards. The

Clipped from The Daily Free Press29 Sep 1910, ThuPage 3

The Daily Free Press (Carbondale, Illinois)29 Sep 1910, ThuPage 3
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