The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on February 13, 1920 · Page 3
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 3

Carbondale, Illinois
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Friday, February 13, 1920
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS f "Something You Should - -Know"- - High class drinks and sundaes-made of : the PUREST s/rups and crushed fruits. We serve the best obtainable ice-cream, , made Sn. Centralia especially f or, jour trade, containing not lesa^ than 16 PER CENT PURE CREAM—twice as much as the average ice cream served. This cream is made under the most sanitary conditions. All ice cream cans are. lined throughout •with a specially prepared parafin card board, preventing the cream from, contact -to the can itself. T.his is a very important, sanitary factor and is used 'by a.1-1 the (high class ice cream manufacturers in the United States. , All glasses, spoons and dishes are ^thoroughly cleansed with boiling -water after.isse, then, polished. This fig very desirable for sanitary reasons. ..-.-' . \ High-class Luncheonette Delicious sandwliphes and JaTge- assortments. The best ot confections and wjdi* .Essortniervt of pandies, completerlirie of fruits. Famous Marshall Field"candies. iCatering for after dinner, dance andjitheatre parties solicited. Special service:"-' ' •'•'"'' ''"" ' ' Uocai BAR MARRIAGE OF' YANKS United States Army Authorities Held Troops In Germany Are Better Single. "American .HeadCjuatters, Coblenz. Germnny, Feb. 13. —Two hundred and fifty ^soldiers of the .American forces In Germany, who have mnrried European girls, have been Instructed to start soon for. America with their wives, in accordance- with a recent order of Major-General Allen, In com- m(jnd. In connection with this order It was also announced that army authorities would not consent in future to marriages of American soldiers on duty in the occupied area, officers contending that men without wives in Germany were better soldiers in the present circumstances. About 200 soldiers have married German girls since the American forces reached the Rhine. The others included in the or- .der have married,French, Belgian or Luxemburg girls. T. G. Phillips, of Cambria spent yesterday here. He formerly resided on a farm east of this city, having removed his family recently to Cambria •where he is employed bya mine.' M. M. Backus, I. C. roadmaster, has resumed his duties at the local office after being off duty some time because of illness. Guaranteed hard wheat flour, ?15 per r;arrel this wsek. Farmers' Supply. Phone 180.—Advertisement. Frank Naumaun, who has. been ill at his home for the last two days, being off duty from delivery of his papers; is reported improved today. Dallas Winchester returned to East St. Louis yesterday after a visit with his family here. NOTICE /The Chicago and St. Louis daily papers will be delivered as usual tomorrow". Frank Naumann. Advertisement "" •Harry Fisher, of Makanda, was here yesterday enroute to Jacksonville because of the death of his a'ster, Mrs. Ragland, formerly Miss Ctiloe Fisher. Their .rsler, Mrs. Rollo Kerr, formerly Miss El'.a lister, died at hor home in •Tonesbr.i'o -,\ few "weeks.ago. Jiouro'"'" Meyers • and OUas. Allen went to I-obanon this afttfiiit'ci fo attend t'.is; bi'jket ball gair.^ between the Normal and McKendvee College. • Twelve remaining handy packs of linen finish S. I. N. TJ. stationery are offered at 25 cents each. An opportunity for the students. Mrs. Geo. Robinson and sister, Miss Helen Morgan, have returned from a visit with relatives ia Centralia. R. H. Butts, treatment inspector for the I. C. X. R. Co., has' returned from a few days' business trip to Chicago. • ' „ The Free Press has a limited supply of attractive handy pack stationery with, the S. I N. U. insignia, at 25 cents per pack. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Easterly and children of Vergennes are visiting Mrs. Easterly's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Reno. . . „ ; Miss BeuiaJh Sill of Murphysboro is spending a few days with her uncle, John Sill, and family. Only twelve, more 25 cent handy packs of S. I. N. U. embossed stationery at the Free Press. ^Students, why not avail yourself ot this opportunity? JITNEY! JITNEY! JITNEY! Call 381 or the O. K. Barber shop. I P^i running four cars. 1 I can absolutely assure you the .best service in the city. Always a good driver to answer your call. I do nothing but auto service, day and night. Remember pnone 381 or the O. K. barber shop. ' _^ Earl Noel, Prop. Advertisement. TAXI! TAXI! TAXI! Far closed car service call 312 Y, Brooks Taxi Station, or 66, Brooks Garage. Night or day service.—Advertisement. • Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Shaw are removing from 'Murphysboro to Carbondale. Mr. Shaw will have charge of the fountain and -catering department at the Fowler confectionery. He is a high class man in this business, having formerly been employed as a fountain and candy -man in the retail stores of the Page and Shaw Candy Co., at Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw have many friends in Mu-rphysboro 'and come here highly recommended. " ?f He says I'm a good Skate" '• —Chesterfield A REAL pal—that's Chesterfield. Look at its record. Three million smokers —less than five years on the market! Two words explain it— "They Satisfy!" REDS DROPPED BY SOCIALISTS Albany Defendant* Say That Radical Element Is Out of R«rty—Pun- ished for Their Act*. Allmny, N. T., Feb. 13.—The assembly judiciary committee, having denied preliminary motions to strike out certain evidence, counsel for the five suspended socialist assemblymen charged with disloyalty have obtained adjounfrifcnt until;next Tuesday and began % |et£lng their evidence -lined np. It Is expected Morris Hillqult or Seymour Stedrnan w-ill make a formal' opening, next weejc.- The,. def^nse^Is, preparing ho get Before 'the'; committee a long exposition of socialism and to acomplish this end probably will qualify Mr. Hillqult as an expert Stress, will be laid on the claim that the socialist party hn's within the last yearl rid itself ot radical elements .for,whose. acts and -utterances the defense asserts It Is being blamed. FIRST? CAPTURE BY YANKS Two Michigan tftn Lead in. the Taking of German Prisoners ', ... j October 27, 1917. i 'yVashlngtpn, Fe.b. .IS^Theviprst German prlsoriur ; taken by 'American forces -was captnreflj by -Adam B!a?i r kowskl.and .John Coclmns!;'.of Jraii- v-'ood, Mich., Eepresentative .James pi MUchignri was informed by Adjutant General Harris. The men were members of Company C, Eighteenth infantry. . '- .' ;. •; The capture was mahe on the night .of .October 27-28, 1017, In the vicinity of Bures, In the province 8? Meurthe apd Moselle. The prisoner was a company mail carrier and was on his way back to his company when 'wounded and captured. ^ \' PROTESTS BAR TO U. S. MEAT British Agriculture Minister Wants German Orders Against American Products Revoked. Berlin, Feb. 13.—Provincial authorities in frontier and coast districts hnv& been 'requested by the British minister of agriculture fo revoke any order issued by them prohibiting importations,-, of fresh meat from Hie Unite* .States. NEW HOPE. ' ' •••• Jan. 29.;. (Sunday school at New Hope is well attended. Everybody invited. - / • --^Mrs. Nora' Rendleman left one day last week to nurse Noah Rushing off Antioch. Mr. Rushing and daughter, .Dorothy Lee. Our sympathy 5s extended to be the bereaved. '' . Lamont Fox of West Frankfort spent a few days last week with his mother, Mrs. Albert Rendleman. Sbe improves very .slowly.;-, Floyd Wray attended the funeral ot Almop, Watson Jast Friday. X.itUe Robert Lee Harris is not very weH.iat tbjs wrj.ting. Feb. is" wilFbe the sale of 3. O.j • Christie. New Hope church and community will serve dinner. Everybody come. James Gatch has a year old mule colt for sale. He offers a bargain, to .some one. '' Floyd Wray mttved : his family in his new house last week. He will work for Mr. Wray this coming spring and summer. . ' N. J. Grain was "shopping in Car- UrviUe last ««•*. : • : JWlij IB. F. Rushing, we learn, is having quite a seige of lumbago' in Ms (back. Otis Fox of Zion called on George Wray Sunday. Seems as though the flu/and many other diseases are calling us fast. There were two burials at County Line Sunday, Mrs. Bud fleets and the little infant babe of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fisher. Per Cent Discount Sale Runs Balancfe of fcbruary Tt% *+»!+.*. . I . • _,'"* Eyerythmi in the stor*we musftitload colt (Rice & Hutch- $5.00 men's shoes,work or dress,to unload .$4.00 $1.5<Mvork shirts to close at ............ .$1.20 $1.50 ladies' waists .....,.;.. ; ............ $1.20 25c hose for men,; women or children at ... .20c -. "* Remember this includes everything in th'e' store. Everything is marked. SknU that^' our prices are the lowest in- town, then deduct 20 per cent and you,are making a saving worth Ta ,. Rub ^rs, Overshoes, Boots, Shoes,Gaps,, Ladies Skirts, Aprons, House Dresses, Waists Overalls Jumpers, Men's Pants,. Boys'Sui3'< Sweater £oats;B a gs and Suit :Cases. , The store is full.of good merchandise must change part of it mt6 cash. It will pay you to anticipate your needs. ' . y ... THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN NCAUMCTT MGPOWDOtE CALUMET GRIDDLE CAKES — golden yellow, coated with toasty brown, light and tender. No other griddle cakes can be so delicious — for the one reason that no other baking powder is so good. CALUMET Baking Powder Makes Most Palatable and Sweetest of Foods It is absolutely dependable. It is always the same—always superior—always sure. ^ • ' Its uniformity of quality—its powerful, unfail- • ing strength guarantee greatest baking success— and savings. You save when you buy it—moderate in cost. . You save when you use it—has more than the ordinary leavening strength, therefore you use less. You save materials it is used with. . , Produced in the biggest, most , - modern and sanitary baking powder factory in existence. Contains only such ingredients as have been officially approved by U. S. Food Authorities. ', Try it! Then you ? ll quit looking for something better—because you'll know from results—from comparison —that CALUMET has no equal in. quality or in economy. One can will convince you. Order "today! .CHICAGO Remember when you buy Calumet, you get a full! pound, if you want it. 16—not 12 ounces. Cash in Advance. One month, per word .. 1a One week, per word '"M One insertion/: per word ...." "3? Three msertions,jper word .....'.M WANTED. WANTED—Woman to do houso work for mother > and two school • children. \Call 364 X, after 5:30. WANTED— Two .young- single men to travel with manager as salesmen. Energetic country men and school teachers preferred. State age and previous employment. Address J. E, Morgan, Springfield, -Hlinois, General WANTED— Local store has opening for an experienced 1 saleswoman' to sell ladies' garments. One who can do alteration work; state experience, salary expected and reference in first letter. Care Free 'Press. -WANTED—AH once, two young me» to leave town and travel in crew. Line, salesmanship. C. W. York, Roberta Hotel. ' ' •' FOB KENT. FOR RBNT~TWO »oat room Style Shop, tor office or sleeplBf looms. Apply MlBR Rleth, Normal and Monre* Bt» FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Modern. M. C Wilson, 606 South Illinois. FOR RENT—Storage tor oQMoM goods, in the one'story briok bnildju. 51! n ,l 1?t J? 09 r s> on ""•* *«** o« MW Barth Theatre. Apply Him Rtoth. FOR RENT—Furnished room, modern. 810 West Monroe. FOR "RENT—Modern, six room bungalow, furnished. Phone 43. ~—._ ; ' ' _ \ FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Five room house and large lot, close to town, $1500. Call at 305 East I.Iain St. FOR SALE-^iwe pigs, weight 50 pounds each. Phone 386 Y. T. E. Barnes^ FOR SALE—Five room house and large lot, close in town, $1500. Call at 305 East M<a,in St. IDAHO FOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE Thirtieth State Ratifies Amendment ! to U. S. Constitution—Senate Vote j , • Was' 29 to 6. I ' Boise, Idaho, Feb. 13.—Idaho's legislature, yesterday . afternoon ratified tlie woman suffrage amendment to the national constitution'by a large majority \in both houses. In the sen- I ate the vote was 29 to 6, with six | members absent or not voting. I (Idaho Is the thirtieth state to vote .j ratification.- S>?x more are

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