Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 17, 1922 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 17, 1922
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TUEST> Kidney and Bladder Troubles Conquered or Money Back For 40 years, sold Dr. Carey, I have been proscribing my prescription No. 777 (known for years as Morahroot) for kldnoya and bladder sickness and now that I have retired from active oroctlce I have made arrangement* W lth leading druggists to dispense this wonderful prescription at a mod erflto price, on the money back it (Unsatisfied plan. Boware of kidney disease—thousands die ot It every year who ought to be enjoying the blessings ot life an d health. Watch the symptoma. It you have specks floating before the oy«B. puffy eyes, clammy teet or ' moist palms, backache or stdeache you ought to get a bottle of Dr Carey's famous prescription No. 777 right away. It has wonderfully benefited tena OL thousands of cases of kidney and bladder troubles and Is the medicine voll cnn always depend upon. Re suits nro guaranteed. NOTE—Dr. Daniel O. Carey was a practicing physician for many year and his great Prescription No. 77 aided thousands of sufferers from kidney and bladder troubles. Hereafter you can always get this effective prescription In both liquid and lablat form at Barth's Pharmacy and all reliable phanmaclsts tho country over. •Tisyi! T, p^ir7 5 c^T»S| f*" t C, BRICE PARTNER IN LOTHES SHOP Seles Official of Manufacturing Co. Louis Becomes EAST ALTON Associated Ryan. with M. G. Harry C. Brlce haa purchaaed an Interest in the Em-Gee Clothes Shop, West Th rd street, and will take an active pirt in the conduct of the business, It was announced today. Brlce lias been connected with the Elder Manufacturing Co., ot St. Louis, In tho Rules department, but will resign his position there to give his entire tine to the local store. The uroprletora ot the Em-Gee Shop no|w are Mr. Brlce and M. G. Ryan. Mr. BHcfl has had considerable ex- perlence was an ment of signed In the clothing business, and official In the sales depart the Elder firm when he re- Don't Suffer * With Piles Snppo»ltorl«i He- Iteve You, I3n»e the Pain and Strain and Urine Comfort. If you are suffering: with Itohtngf, bleeding or protruding piles or hemorrhoids, and have never triad to become associated with Mr. Ryrn. No change In policy Is contemplated, It was Indicated today, and the Em-Gee shop will continue to cater to the general clothing trade. Society of American Indians Holds Meeting KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 17—Th* Society of American Indians meeting here to^ay was to take up the question of enfranchisement of members ot their race. Members of nearly all the existing tribes In the United States many in their nitlve regalia were In attendance. Among representatives of these tribes, scheduled to speak are: Dr. Carlos Montzume, Apache, Chicago; The Rev. Sherman Coolldge, Araphco, Denver; Father Philip Gordon, Ciippewa, Minnesota; Thomas L. Sloi.n, Amaha; Nip Strongheart, Yaklmii, Wash; Robert F. Halltnn, Ulackfiiot, Montana; James Irving Sioux, Minnesota; Harriet B. Johnson. Sic and Fox, Oklahoma; Maroe B. Beet, Slsseton-Sloux, South Dakota Drama Laat Evenlnfl The drama given at the Lincoln School building last evening by the Carlln Rebokah Lodge was well attended, everyone enjoying the play. A neat sum of money was also realized Registration Day Today was registration day. Quito a few people registering. Notes Mrs. W. H. Douglas of Monrde St., has returned from a visit in' Eastern 111., where she was called by the illness of her father. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eardlef* enter- .alned relatives and friends, from Brighton and Staunton Sunday. Mrs. Stanley Stetson ot Wood River visited her mother, Mrs. Sadie Qlas, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Keeling of St. Louts ware visiting relatives here on Sunday. David Yontas ot St." Louis was a visitor here Sunday afternoon. J. B. Van Proter transacted business In St. Loula yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Colburn of Monroe, La., who are visiting relatives and friends here, were, callers here on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Smith were Alton visitors yesterday. Ms. Theodore Parker, Mrs. Ralph Parker, and Miss Effle Lawrence wore among St, Louis visitors Saturday. Charles Hanson has returned to his home In Sterling, Colo,, after a visit with his father and mother In law, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Endy. Mrs. Henson will remain for a longer visit. Walter Quillon and family, Mlgs Maude Apple and Arthur Lawrence all spent Sunday at Fruit Station with Albert Owens and family. Ben'TuBcher Is building a nice new Veteran Horieman Injured In Race Saturday. Will Ross, « veteran horseman from Jersey County, was Injured Saturday at Hlllsboro, where he w»s driving in a race. Ross was driving Constant Leyburn, a trotter Bauer of McClusky. owned by Wade The horse stum went to Whitehall Sunday to upenfl hfl day with Mtaa Bornlce Roblnotte. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Thatcher and Ittlo daughter, Volma Jane and Mrs. William Scott motored to St. Louis Tueaday to npcnd the day. Mrs. Thomas F. Marshall of Glendale, Ohio, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Henry Heller. Mrs. R. E. Clark and her guest, Minn bled nnd threw RORI from tho tmlkey. Rosa struck the ground In front of the horae and the hone relied over twice, but each time just missed Roa» who was lying uncongclcraa. The left shoulder blade was dislocated and ROBS' knee was seriously Injured also Campaign for Farm Bureau Membwi Three state field secretaries etarted working Monday In Jersey County in an effort to complete the drive tor Farm Bureau Membera. The drive was begun several weeks ago, but in an effort to clean up the county, the three secretaries started in Monday morning In dead earneat The work ers In Jersey County are Mt. Steven son of Randolph County, C. E. Lock o Lockhaven and Thomoa Cummlngs o Jorneyvllle, all three of whom are state field 'secretaries -for the Illinois Agricultural Association. Motet. Mrs. John N. English departed Mon day morning for Decatur to spend week at the home of her nephew niece, Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Neely, for merly of this city. Mrs. English wl! attend the state convention of the W C. T. U. which convenes there thl week. Misses Sadie and Ethel Wendell of Whitehall spent tho week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Prltchett. They were also guests of Mr. and Mrs. rfyrtlo ninnewelfio, of Chicago, }r. "Frank A. lyowrll spent the Pyramid Pile Suppositories, you are an exception. To avoid the pain and distress, get quick relict and a new Icaso of comfort; auk your druggist for a 60 cent box of Pyramid Pile Suppositories. Take no substitute. If you would like to try them first please send nania and address to Pyramid Druec Co.. . 022 Pyramid Dldg., Marshall, Alien. Man In Auto Crash Dies BLqOMINGTON, 111., Oct. 17—L. LaFouhtaln, of Gibson City, died/ at the Bpakwa Hospital here yesterday afternoon from Injuries sustained yes- terdayj morning when the machine in which | he was riding was struck by ' the Lake Erie and Western passenger train IJuo In this city at 10:20 a. m The apcident happened at a crossing betweian Derby and Saybnok. The train ^as running 35 minutes late. INECSS THE HIGHEST CLA88 PHOTOPLAYS PRODUCED THE HOME OF PARAMOUNT PICTURES Last Showing Tonight WALLACE J^EID Supported by Llla Lee and Walter Hiers In "THE GHOST BREAKER" He wasn't afraid of spirits or women. lj?o when a beautiful Spanish princess turned him loose In lier haunted castle That started something that you'll howl at till it's ftiished! Wallle Reid's funniest, cleverest comedy, with a knockout cast. In Addition—"STEP ON IT"—A funny two-reel comedy and Latest INTERNATIONAL NEWS. Tomorrow and Thursday A Rare Treat Is In Store for You When You Bee ' "THE WALL FtOWER" Starring Colleen Moore and Richard | Dlx.—By Rupert Hughes. garage at his residence on East Main street. Mrs. Louis Bokenhelde Is spending a few days with relatives In St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Bokenhelde are planning to move back to St. Louis very soon. Mrs. Louis Bauer still continues to improve at the hospital In Alton. John Van Preter sold a Willys- Knight Coupe to John Kllnkor of the ice plant in Alton yesterday. Mrs. Norma Latowsky and family and Mrs. R. W. Mance, Dr. and Mrs. O. L. McKlnney and quite a few others spent Sunday In New Douglas with old friends and relatives and also enjoyed a picnic outing.. R. M. Kennedy, Sr., and Amlel Har- tlng visited at Mr. Kennedy's farm east of town Sunday. Aaroti Lauchner of Lebanon spent the week end here with his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Jame» Lauchner. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Schnolder ot St. Louis spent tho week end here with 'friends and relatives. Mrs. Otis Crews nnd children spent yesterday with her sister, Mrs. David Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hill ot St.. Louis spent Sunday hero with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hill. Ray Hartlng, Lottie Johnson and Wilber Hartlng spent Sunday In Fi el- don. Mr. and Mrs. John Premls of Glen Carbon spent Sunday here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cherrler entertained relatives from Bethalto Sunday. Earnest Edwards spent the weekend in Whithall with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rain were St. Louis visitors Monday. Dr. C. A. Moore was a St Louis visitor Saturday evening. John Ford is able to be out again after being iald up with a mashed foot which he received at the Brass Mill here. Bernlce Hale Is on the sick list. Bessie Hill Is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ray of Staunton visited relatives here Sunday. Robert Whltehead. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Watts and three children and son-in-law. Frank I. Lowe, departed Monday 'afternoon on a motor trip to Dewey, South Dakota, where they will be guests of Mrs. Watts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sturdevant. Albert Dunslng of St. Louis spent the week end with hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Dunslng of McClusky. Ray Lawler ot St Louis epent the Week end with his father, William Lawler, of Nutwood. Misses Irene and Agnes Mltzel and day In St. Lou IK nt the home of Mrs. Eugeno Halo. Mrs. Cora Cooper returned Saturday evening from Bt. Louis where she md been the guest for two weeks of lor brother and slstcr-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Clark. Mm. Cooper will leave October 80 for Los Angeles, Calif., where ahe will visit Indefinitely With her sister, Mrs. Walter Post, formerly of JerseyvUla. Mrs. Cooper will be accompanied to California by Mrs. Henry Heller of this city and Mlsi Mary Rook of Granite City. Mrs Heller will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Nash, and Miss Rook will be the guest of Mr and Mrs. Jett A. Klrby. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Delano and children, Louise, Jay and Eugenia, motored to Staunton. Sunday, and spent the day with Mrs. Delano's sis- tor, Mrs. H. O. Panhorsi. Among those from out of town" who were hero Sunday to attend the funeral of George H. Van Home, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Van Home und fnmlly of Auburn, Thomas Cummlngs of ' Lincoln, Mrs, Earl Baker of Wichita Falls, Texas, and T. W. Butler, Jr.," John Butler and Maurice Burns of Alton. Mrs. Baker, who accompanied her father's'remalns here from Texas, will remain in Jer- seyvllle for a week's visit with her cousin, Mrs. Herbert Neely, and with Mies Irene Williamson. Mrs. John Lurton of Hayward, 3allt.,"Ia visiting her mother, Mrs.' tuth Noble, went to Ottervllle, Monday morning, to spend the remainder of the week with her alater, Mrs. Caleb C. Calhoun, and brother, Jay Noble. Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Favorlght, VtlBn Zoa and Laurence Favorlght and Miss Alice Randolph departed Monday morning for Centralla to attend the Baptist state convention to bo held there thl* week. Thoy are delegates from tho Baptist Church of Jer- of which the Rev. Favorlght Is pastor. They made the trip by mo tor and e»p«et to return Friday evening. Mrs. John Lurton, who Is the guest of relatives In Jersey County returned Saturday from Bpringfleld where she had been the guest since Tuesday Mrs. P. S. Carter. ot Classified adit are money makers. ywvr. WlMttuui'* Broadway, Altdn. Studio, III LOTS ne«ta hatch plot*. Bargains In Used Cars, t«0 MOO One 1017 Bulck Touring car One 1919 Blear Six Touring One Model 480 Chevrolet Track These cam are In good mechanical condition. Look them over. Hoefert Brothers 810 8Ut« Street I ker Hill motored to St. Louis Friday. Those who visited at Amos Elliott's home Sunday were: Charley and Ellen Benolst, Nellie Eddington, Wm. Elliott and daughter Lillian, and Or- j villo Jones. Mrs. Oliver Is visiting at the Robinson home. Miss Mildred Eddington called at C. Hook's home Wednesday afternoon- Mr. Robinson and Walter Heal attended a Farm Bureau meeting at P you buy the material for that Garage from us,' we know YOU WILL BE SATISFIED Carllnville, Thursday. Orvllle Jones took his cousin, Mies Mildred Wood, of Corrington Chapel, to Lltchflold Saturday. There, she boarded the train for Garry, Ind., 'where she will visit Mr. and Mrs C. Lily. Springman Lumber Co. Bell 1017 Kin. 15 HIPPO • • WHERE EVERYBODY G '-• Dally 11 to 11 Prlcee Adults HAN8 GRAAE8 ORCHESTRA RENE BECKER, ORQANI»T Compar* Our Orchettra With Any Other In Th» City. Now Showing JACKI£ i m ! FIVE REELS OF SMILES — SOMETIMES A SOB. Also a Sunghlne Comedy "PUPPY LOVE and Latest Fox New*. COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "The Man From Hells-River" -M nun! iiiiiiiiiiii RANDT G H1CH CLASS VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES) BERG PLUMMERS DE LUXE ORCHESTRA) Continuous from 1:30 to 11:00 Matinee lOc & 25c, Except Sunday & Molldayt. Nlgnta 15o, 28c, 38c Last Showing Tonight "Poverty ancj Riches." The picture Is BO true, the two families BO real, the acting so flne, that you will be swayed in the grip c|f varying emotions until the very last foot ot action. WOODBURN 3 — High Class Acts of Vaudeville — 3 Ella La Vail Sensational Alrlal Novelty r DeVoy & England Violin & Whistling 1 McQuay & IJazelton Comedy 8lnglng> & Dancing Wednesday andj Thursday Irene Castle in "Slim Shoulders' A story of mystery, romance and tbrl Is, with Irene Castle la a role that will endear her to thousands i|>f new admirers. Coming 'Four Daya Comir|enclng Wednesday THE GREAt VOGEL AND HIS BIG HYPNOTIC CO. IN| SCIENTIFIC DEMON8TRA- TION OF HYPNOTISM AND JMKNTAi. TELEPATHY. Tonight Miss Stella Hughes at eight o'clock will be put to bleep in tho elaborate* show wftulow of tho Musical Heart of Alton, where tho will remain In the Culaljuptic atttte for U hours aftur which shu will be awukuiiod on th|U utago of the Grand by tho tjREAT VOGEL. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heal and son Larcher, motored to St. Louis Saturday. Tho C. E. Society held their monthly business meeting at the Robinson homo Friday evening. Those present were: Rred, Henry, Amanda and Amelia Kruemmelbeln, Mr. and Mrs. W. Heal, and Bon Larcher, Harriet Partridge and Edith and Lillian Elliott. Refreshments wore served after the business was over. Harriet Partridge, Edith and Lillian Elliott and Clarence Elliott attended the Teacher's Institute held at Carllnville on Monday, Tuesday anil Wednesday of this week. They mot- ored'up Monday morning and motored back on Wednesday evening. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Welch •on Sunday morning, a baby girl. John Fred Amanda and Amelia Kruemmelbeln called at Ed. Tllyard'a home Sunday afternoon. Carl Elliott left Sunday morning for Edwardsvllle, whfyre he has employment lu a radiator tactory. Harriet Partridge spent Friday with Mrs. Walter Heal. Mrs. Tunloy spent from last, Thursday to thla Friday with DeFry ot Alton. Jennie Dodson returned home from Brighton on Friday, She has been vls- itln friends there. The C. O. M. Sunday School elasH met at Harriet Partridge's homo Saturday afternoon. Quito a number attended. Those present were, Edna Greer, Edna Walter, Viola I'artrldgo, Amanda and Amelia Kruemmelbeln, and Edith and Lillian Elliott. A dainty luncheon was served by the hostess. Mr and Mrs. Edgar Elliott and daughter, Evelyn spent Sunday at the Kruemmolbeln home. Nellie Bluinenstein gave a party for a few of her friends Saturday attor- noon. Those who weru there are Ot) al Crowdor, Pwothy Welch, and Jos 'sle Elliott. Mrs. Wes. 1'onnlngton called on Mra Chester Penninijton one day Hint week. Art Thyor and John Reader took it load of hogs to Alton Ttii'mlay. Mr. Hiiblnuon, Mr. uiul MIM. Kd •Lutiklug and Mrs, W. Oweu of Dun Another Price Reduction The Lowest Price at Which Ford Cars have ever been sold The Ford Motor Company Announces the Following Pricei Effective as of October 17. 1922. i i TOURING REGULAR , . , , RUNABOUT REGULAR, , . . CHASSIS REGULAR COUPE-With Starter and Demountablt Rims, SEDAN-With Starter and Demountable Rims, 1-TON TRUCK CHASSIS , . . , FORDSON TRACTOR PRICE UNCHANGED I I $298 $269 $235 $530 $595 $380 $395 All of tliB Above Prices F. 0, B, Detroit Michigan-War Tax Hot Included. Ask Alton Automobile Company Authorized Ford and Lincoln Dealer. Fourth and Piasm Streets. Altoa, 111. Telegraph Want Adds are , L W<| derful Selling Agents!

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