The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on February 4, 1920 · Page 3
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\ THE ;, DAILY : store will be closed all daiy Thursday—tomorrow--to enable us to arrange stock and remark i prices for our Big February Clean-Up Sale which begins Friday morning at 8 o'clock. Read our announcement in tomorrow's Free Press and^ •-the large bills left at ypur home today for •-lull parti- . \ • - culars of this big sale. Get interested in this sale as the savings offered kre remarkable. Johnson, Vancil, Taylor Company. ;,:J: CQBOEN • ^ • Feb. 2. Mr. and Mrs. H. .A. Dnbois left Tuesday -for.."t.Awtf-.-'.jweeks'• visit" in New Orleans: .;--- ; ,"'•'•-'.' "'-, L. J. .Buck ipeht: the latter ,'parf of ,-the week: here wfth his 1 -family. ' „. >Co. Supt; C. OJ : Otrich of Jonesborp visited-the^public : school.Monday: '•• .'•••'.! ' Mrs. 'Addie' Rinehart of Dongola ^a^ne^'guest-Thurs^ay o'f :Mrs:,W:D; McGann.- •.. ' , • ' : • (L. E.. Williams of Bentpn was a bus- .iness Tisitor here Wednesday. . : .jEmery Barker was in St. 'Louis a ;few days the past week. .. .'• Dan Beyij was called to Ca'r-bondale Friday, on account ol the'.death of his brother-i&law, Allison' Butcher. : The Domestic Science'. Clfl'b will be entertained/with a program? in the high s.Ohool room. the;third Friday in .Feb- rjjary. The program w.Ul be prepared by, high school .pupils/ ''•'•.•';.'•' 'j'The body.of the little child" of'Hugh Stewart, who died in Chicago with the fliov-as-brought here and, buried Sun- Ct&y-- at : ''Bethfl cemetery. • His wife i^»sVbui»ied last Sunday.' . : .. ;A;; Stockman of Anna was 'burled' hiifre.Sunday afternoon at 2:00..o'clock. •Funeral:.services, were,.held-, at .'the CphgregationaT chufflch. ' He was 63. ars old. . Bsiiiiiiu LOCAL NEWS Verner Kerr, tie inspector for the .Canadian Pacific, has returned from a visit with his parents, Mr. and MTS. A. T. Kerr in- Brookport. He was ac-. companied by his brother, Hale^Kerr, who will be employed 'by the tie plant here. I : . When you are down town and want, good home cooking, eat at Pardner Ed's Place, Imperial Cafe.—Advertisement. • Mr. A. J. Campbell went to Sparta today because o£ the illness of her sister, Mrs.-D. H. MacFarland. Judge W. H. Hart of Ben^Dn, enroute to St. Louis, spent a few hours-here yesterday with his cousin, Mrs. Ella Murphy. _ I Mrs. R. M. Prince was taken to Holden Hospital yesterday afternoon and continues seriously ill with pneumonia. Mrs. S. D.L'ee -was in Herrin last night as an instructor in a class ot the Royal Neighbor order. J. D. Dill and 1 sou, John, returned yesterday from New York City, where the formar attended the annual meeting of" superintendents of the Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. Mrs. Dill, who accompanied them -as far as Detroit, remained fo*r a more extended visit. We stay open all night. Best pies, like mother bakes, coconut, chocolate lemon, cream, apple, raisin and mince. We iise no substitutes in our cooking. "• -- Pardner Ed. " Advertisement. Mrs. H. E. Lightfoot was a Marion business visitor today. E.- C. Livingston, of "Los Angeles, Calif., is visiting his uncle, Mayor F. C. Krysher and family. Livingston is the son of the former Miss Alice Krysher, a sister o£. Mayor Krysher. The Imperial serves and has for sale the finest fresh oysters in- the city. Pardner Ed. Advertisement. Sam G. Hill left this afternoon on a f^T days 'business trip to Chicago and Stevens Point, Wis. VALENTINE SOCIAL . The Royal Neighbors will give a masked social at the M. W. A. hall Tuesday night, Feb. 10. Everybody in- j vited. Prizes will be given for the best The Missionary Society of the masked lady^and gentleman. Music, | Christian church will meet at the piano and drum. Admission 20 cents, j home of Mrs. Crate Winchester Feb. 5 —Advertisement. • ' at 7:30 p. m.—Advertisement. NOTICE LADIES PLEASANT HIUU. ' '_ • •" ' ' Feb. 2: • I The cold, bad weather has-.hurt'the i wheat orop. It looks now that we won't have over half a crop. •Henry Horner visited with ' home folks one day last week., Levy Dodge is having some land cleared this winter, Mr. and/ Mrs. Guy Bops are the proud parents of a n«w baby boy. It made its arrival one day 1 last week. Mr. England has been selling some sweet potatoes. .• —'• The census enumerator Frank Caldwell was around last wteek counting faces for U. S. Of all denominations'are invited to dome to the hospital the first Friday of every month to sew and make dressings. . Committee. / Advertisement. "' ROYAL ARCH MASONS Special meeting of Reynolds Chapter No. 75 tonight. Work in the Mark Master degree. J. E. Youngblood, H.' P. J. E. Willoughby, Sec. Advertisement. 'THE WEB OF CHANCE" In her detective satire "The Web of Chance" Feggy presents a series of exciting adventures and , amusing complications. v . A comedy drama abounding in fun/ seasoned with thnHs_and flavored with sentiment. --!T . Does she capture her criminal? I'll say she does. And in a way no man could ever have done ALSO— ; WHAM) JEW in : [ "Everybody's Doing It" ', 6:30.8:15. lie and 22. Thursday PAULINE FREDERICK in "THE PALISER CASE" The best photoplay this capable star has ever appeared in . ' • " MASONS ATTENTION Special meeting of Shekinah lodge No. 241 Thursday and Friday evenings, Feb. 5 and 6, at 7 o'clock, for work. T. A. Weaver, W .M. H. C. Mertz, Secretary. Advertisement. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends.neigh- bors and Carpenters' Union for their kindness and sympathy during" the sickness and death of our dear husband, brother and son; and we are'al- so grateful for the beautiful floral offerings. MTS. A. C. Butcher, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Butcher, Miss Edna Butcher. Advertisement. KMnininiiinnnnn^^ " Whcre Did You Get One of Those $15.OO Dresses Yesterday SALE STARTED TUESDAY AND ENDS THURSDAY These Dresses werf sold to us at a big loss by the House of Finkestein, St! Louis, Foremost Dress Manufacturer oi only high grade dresses. The.y are Taffeta, Charmeuse, French Serge, Crepe Meteor, Tricolette and party dresses. All sizes arid colors. . ' Remember-Thursday is the last day of this great $15.00 Dress Sale No Deposit under $5.00. No returns nor refunds permitted. These Dresses cannot be bought Retail at less than $31.50 to $42.50 THE STYLE SHOP^ CARBONDALE, ILL. PLBA*ANT' GROVE. ' Feb. 2. Miss .Ruth Hughes, who is teaching near Ava visited home folks Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Roland Perry and daughter, her sister, Mrs. Ed Allen, Sunday.' Harriet, of Dowell, were the guests ot M'rs. Charlie Hughes spent Thursday in Carbondale with her aunt, Mrs. Hagler. iMrs.Leo Johnson and son, Eugene, of Murphysboro spent Friday with her parents. F. P. Parrlsh visited his sou, John, at Finney Thursday. Mr. and M ; rs. W. E. Phifer were Murphysboro visitors Saturday. r Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Trobaugh, Miss L. E. Carlisle arid Mrs. Will Waller were among those who attended the Sunday-school conference at Carboh- dale'Thufsday. """'•' Oliver Cheathem, Jr., spent Saturday night with his sister, Mrs. Frank Hen- 1- y. Mrs. J. V. Hughes visited "her son, Charlie -and family in Murphysboro Wednesday.' Arthur Ellis' and family visited Mt. Cairbou relatives Sunday. Lewis Etherton and -Mrs. Louie Waller of Fruitland, Idaho, are here to visit their father, Will Etherton, iv-ho is seriously ill. HOPE. Feb. 2. •Sunday school at New Hope was well attended Sunday .Everybody In- vite.d to-come at 10 o'clock. Hosea Skinner of Cana was here last week',.taking the census. He spent pyeV night with N. J. Grain. Mr." 'and Mrs. R. D. Baker, Sr., of County Line spent Thursday night witK. Mr. and 'Mrs. Alva Baker and children. N. J. Grain was in Carbondale twice last .week to see his daughter, Opal, who has the flu. She is doing'.nicely. We are very sonry to hear of the death of Alma Bedwell and the serious illness ofj^jona Franklin-Both are well- known and loved by their many friefids here. We extend our sympathy to all who are bereaved. Rev. McMiuj>- is home now. for a short visit. He is not in good health at this. writing. •' Mesdames. Minnie Harris,Nona Ren- de.'lman, Lizzie Patrick called on Mrs.J. O. Christie last">veek. Christies will leave in ,a st^rt time for St. Louis. They have soioUheir property here. .Mrs. Nona Rendleman will move to Carbondale as soon as-the roads permit.^, .James Gatch has had >tw,o horses with'spinal menengitis but they are slowfy improving. ^ Floyd Wray returned home Sunday after a few days' Visit with J. D. Watson -and familyof Progress. • , Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Christie and children took dinner with 'Mr. and Mrs. Alva Baker and children Sunday. Misses Helen and Mabel and Ralph McMinn,. Fay Grain and Nellie Chamness joined them in the afternoon and they all enjoyed a pleasant time listening to music and social conversations. TONIGHT ....IN., ft THE IMPERIAL CAFE Serves hot biscuits for supper. A good meal for 40c.—Advertisement. CIVICS CLUB The Civics and Suffrage Club will meet-Friday evening with Miss Woody oa Poplar street. HosteS»fis, Miss Woody and Miss Bell. . The*" annual election of officers. Each lady please bring thimble, needle and white thread. ' ; ' • -• : - Mrs. Bailey, Sec. Advertisement. SERIOUS RIOT IN LIMERICK Soldiers Fire Into Crowd of Demonstrators, in Irish City—One - "Man Killed. London, Fell. 4.—Serious riot.intr occurred :it Limerick Honda?' ''night, iv.- cording to. n clispntch to tliV Star. The military fired on' the croxvd lf i>f demon- Ftrrttbrs-i find- one man was killed. The trouble nrose In O'Connell slreet^vheve a crowd of people, sev- ernl of whom nrp said to have bora armed, came into collision with an nrmed military patrol and constabulary. The crowd "liooed" the patrol. It i? 'repnrle'O that one of the crowd fired a revolver at the troops, who returned the fire. ' • "" THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN _ Cash in Advance. One month, per word . it One week, per word .'....!!"'*"!ot One Insertion, aer word iijjt Three insertions, per word CC WANTBD. WANTED—Energetic man;"to sell and distribute high grade make of tire. Attractive proposition for • the right man. Clyde C. Oldham, State Distributor, TJrbana, 111. - COST OF HORSE BLEMISHES Defects Cannot Always Be Prevented, but One Bad Spot Will Prove' . ' Expensive. A horse murket leport from one of the Western selling points says: "When present, blen.islies Jake off'up to $50 or even more from the price ot first-rate animal's of- the -same type" Hlemislies can't always be prevented, but It is good busine^ to : try to prevent lliem. for. as can readily be seen, one bud spot . in the inakeup of » horse may inean the difference between profit and loss on him. Outside of precautions to prevent injury tliei .only safeguard '-against blemishes is to-breed only sound mares to sound stallions. Sometimes » colt will he curby or otherwise defective, jn spifp of nil that can lie done.to uvold sucli weaknesses, but that is no ':nrgnmen't against trying to produce only the good ones. WANTED—Salesman to solicit 6p- ders for lubricating oils, greases arid paints. Salary- or commission. Address Lincoln on Co., Cleveland, O. FOB KENT. -FOR RENT—Two rront room* arm Style Shop, tor office or sleeping room*. Apply HlBB'Bieth, Normal and Monr«« St. FOR RENT—Five room house. Phone 466 K. •FOR RENT—Room. 307 Went Oak. : FOR RENT—Storage tor homekoW goods, in the one story brick building, cement floors, on alley back of m«w Berth Theatre. Apply Miss Rleto. . FOR RENT — 2 furnished light housekeeping rooms. 411 South Poplar. ... FOR SALE. FOR SALE—A small tract of ground, • west side, containing about 2% acres within 15 minutes walk of I. C. R. R. station on hard roads, beautiful building spot, suitable for market gardening, smail'fruits, berries, etc.,or poultry raising. Terms to suit purchaser. Address Lock Box,. 46, Carbondale, 111. ' ~ . ~. ' ' FOR SALE—-Bicycle in good, condition. Call Opera House Drug Store/ TOLEDO. Feb. 2. ! ' -Mrs. H. H. Larner was -an Anna'vis- ; itar Saturday.' - j Mrs. May Bostion spent Friday evening with her sister, Mrs. Henr'p ! Harbaugh. ' *' ^—— // Miss Grace Lamer spent the past week in Anna with her sister. Mrs." Bostion and daughter, Nora and son, Eugene, spent Sunday with 1 Mrs. .Lissie Barlow. I Othal Irvin calted on Orvel Barlow Sunday evening. '. . , Mrs. Maude Bain was an Anna visitor Saturday. . . .Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lamer received a telegram Thursday stating their son, Glenn,'who is attending school at A1-, ton, has the flu, but not serious. 'Fred /Bain visited his mother-and sisters in Murphysboro Friday and Saturday. .- . -\ Win. Harbaugh hael a fine mule colt to break .his leg the past week. . Df.n't forget to give the fowls :» I'file- salt,, in some form every Oiiy. They like their .food seasoned as well us we do.~ Pepper as wtll as 41:it. .* * * Boimlers in the shape v of lice nnc rnites on fowls n're unnecessary. The a nergy absorbed.. hy IIIHSU- phiiivrt.'* •">!! never so into etfgs uutl iiu-ar. queer I tk A tkis Funny et.t-'tK V/Ker-J.corisicler KicjX Kev.'.e,c{ sKoe-5 I just could sKneU witK rrurtK ~~'" FOR- SALE—Mare, buggy and harness/ Cheap, if taken at once. Opera' House Drug Store. ' ' . • " LQST—tSquare.'. silver wrist watch between Amus^U and Fowler's. Re-: ward if returned to Mrs. Geo. Albon. j ADJUSTMENT NOTiCC ' Estate "of Caroline Mann, Deceased. The undersigned,., having been 'appointed administrator of the ea-.' tate of 'Caroline Mann, late of! the County of Jackson and State j of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no-' tice that he will appear before the County Court of Jackson County, at the Court House in Murphysboro, at ' the March Term, on the first Monday in March, A. D. 1920, being March 1st, 1920, * at which time all persons having claims against said Estate are notified and. requested to attend for the purpose of having . the same adjusted. x All persons indebted to said estate are required to make immediate payment to the undersigned. > Dated this 15th day of January, 1920. - - • J. T. Smith, Executor. G. E. Feirich, Attorney-for Executor. ADVERTISING MAKBS . MORIS BtfSlNESS. I

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