The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on February 18, 1920 · Page 2
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 2

Carbondale, Illinois
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Wednesday, February 18, 1920
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r-. .THE DAILY FREE PRESS THE DAILY FREE PRESS Established : , 1M3 . Weakly 1877 Press Publishing C<fc MRS. JOHN T. QALBRAITH Editor and M«n»B"r . Telephone - - , 218 TERMS Bnhncriptloff 15 cents. a week. bills due weekly. : Job WOTK- strictly caan. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION J7.80. . Sintered at the postofflce at C»rbon- .-J«a<«, IlUaois. as second claaa matter. .{Mice In the Free Press BuUdlng, W««t Main Street Eeb. 18, . 1920..ANNOUNCEMENTS 'HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER. The Free Press is authorized to' an•• nounce GEORGE A. FORE as a-candl- - dote for ' Highway Commissioner oC • Carbondale township, subject to the ' l Republican Primary MarcBt20. . • H. E. Young, Secretary, . • . Illinois Farmers' Institute, Springfield. ' . • 'Mr. Young is one of the most active institute workers in -the; state. It. is through . his unfaltering efforts, consistent, work and bouyant enthusiasm, which iff no'small measure is.due the success of the institute .this .year. .He was formerly editor of an. important farm journal. His home is at Springfield: ' The Free Press is authorized to an- i nounee . JACOB BTHBRTON as a .•candidate for Highway Commissioner -of Carbohdale township, subject to the' Republican Primary March 20. ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR. . .The Free. Press !s authorized to an- nonnce .WM. M. HOLLiIDAY as a aundidate for reelection for Assistant Supervisor of • Carbondale township, subject to the Republican Primary •March 20. WEI/COME The word carries a weight .of meaning out of all proportion to that which *t ordinarily conveys in; cold type. We use it in no perfunctory or formal way. We desire to extend . to'our visitors with haartiest cordiality the fullest freedom of .the 'city. All doors are open to you.' You ' are our guests.We are yours to command. 'We cherish no higher aim than to make your stay WILL SERVE SUPPER The Methodist ladies will serve supper Thursday from 5 to 7. The menu will be pot roast with .brown gravy, scalloped corn, browned potatoes, relish, jelly, pie and -coffee. Price 75 cents.—Advertisement. enpoyable. as^.profitable. Our every, interest ' welcomes- you; .our schools, our churches, our fraternal organizations, our industries and business, our chamber, of commerce, our farming and dairying interests, as well as our city officials, all welcome you. .We are debtors to you for your con> ing. You may find us disappointingly small as a .city, but our heart is 'big and in .the right place. . .We"recognize the importance of the meeting -which has brought you to our city. "We know that matters of great moment demand your time and i attention here. We know that your j chief interest is in tne sessions of the , Ins-titute. But we hope you may find . time to see something of Carbondale and that you may carry away favorable impressions of our city .and her people. I Settlemoir's Shoe Hospital has installed the. best sole stitcher on . the market and we are now ready to handle al! kinds of shoe repairing. AH work done by the,.Goodyear "Welt Machines, therefore we can make your old shoes look Uke new. Sewed sbles and rubber heels our specialty. These machines are something new'to Carbondale. • Located next door to Earth' theatre.;. Give us a trial and be convinced. SETTLEMOIR'S Shoe Hospital '(Continued from Page 1.) port; Umiiv.ersity of Illinois, -OrbaTia;. A. N. Aibibott-.Monrison; phas"':A. Ewing, Decatur; J. c. B.'Heatbn,.New-Burn- side,.and H..G. Easterly; Catibondalei •ItTis proposed to iraiae a'"p.erm&neut memorial fund of, several hundred thousand dollars,..the income of which will be used to promote/, encourage and further the practice of permanent s'dil fertility .methods; throughout Illi- .nois'as have thoroughly, and conclusively demonstrated by the work of. the ,late .Dr. Hopkins, and..which have already' been/so successfully and profijtably 1 adopted by many Illinois farmers. It is also- planned that the- Memorial. 1 -Association ..will continue .the study of .world-wide soil conditions, such as recently completed to .Greece by Or. Hopkins. The association will take the lead 'in Illinois in seeing that .Dr. Hopkins' work is continued and to carry on- the fight for the further acceptance' of' the. "Illinois Idea' 'of permanent fertilization-, and especially fax-view of the possible renewed;activity of the commercial, fertilizer interests to discredit the life-work'of Dr. Hoykins: . •-'... The'essentials of the Hopidns;, Sys- *em of pernia :i-ft-soil' fertihEj: unfi which l6rm tb.'u slogan of the Memorial Association as organized,. x\a- l.-._.Thm i-ci'O-nre built out .>:. flVf • inite ch'e lii'.-tl elements;' that ;.:•• :<!:• are piniti."] by the element wii'A Is mo?t riefl- i'-'n;. .- •• ' 2. "That agriculture will ,be permanent only when more of these limiting elements .are added than are-removed by cropping and natural/causes. 3. That profitable farming requires the element's of fertility be derived from the cheapest sources, which' are manure '^nitrogen from the air,' by- .products and minerals in the raw state.''' 4. Soil I acidity should • he corrected by,the use of ground .limestone, and decaying organic matter should be relied upon rather than mineral .acids far making available the- mineral elements of fertility. 5. That nitrogen', phosphorus, potassium, calcium and magnesium are the element's' demanding special attention. The 'directors of the new assoocia- tion' met in Carbondale last night and perfected the organization -. of the board o£ control, electing the above named officers who will'-have active charge of 'the work of the association. The constitution and by-laws of the association were also determined, and authority given the officers to perfect a state-wide and systematic organization '.looking towards the permanent finaadlng of the association.. .„ Subscriptions arid pledges to this' Hop-' kins Memorial Fund will be received frbnr all who'are interested' in permanently preserving and promoting the great work of this eminent scientific farmer whose public, service and influence .extended not alone throughout Illinois but over the entire country and to the most remote corners of the whole world. . Detailed plans of the association- were presented at the Memorial session of the State Institute meeting held this morning at the Staie Normal'. THE ST LQUIS Symphony Orchestra At The Hippodrome Murphysboro, Monday, Feb. 23 What promises to be the biggest treat in many years for the music-loving public of Murphysbero will be the visit of the St. . • Louis Symphony Orchestra of ninety-eight pieces 1:here;- next Monday when they will be in coiicert'at the Hippodrome Theatre, with Miss'Elsa Diemer, lyrfc soprano, as soloist. .This Is the - ' '•. , i • - ' first time in the history of this city that such a musical orgaini- • . • '• zation has appeared in concert here—representing the greatest symphony orchestra of the Middle West, and one of the four greatest orchestras of the world. .Max Zach,.the conductor, has put .forth splendid effort toward making this orchestra the paragon of musical attainment. Indeed, it is not, very often that the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra leaves their city, and this event will be the big date among the music circles of this and surrounding cities. Besides Miss Oiemer, many other artists of high renown in the music world are among.the'] members of the organization. The management of the Hippodrome promises fuller announcements and details of the concert in .the next few days. .'. .". '. . SEATS ON SALE AT SHAW'S ORU8 STORE ILLINOIS FARMERS • (Continued from Page 1.) Discussion. ' , Joint-Evening Session, Seven-Fifteen. "Present Food Conditions"—Miss Jane Addams, Hull House, Chicago: Thursday, February ^19, 1920. Normal Hall. . 'Morning Session, Nine O'clock.- Mrs. J. Y: Shamel,. Presiding. Vocal solo—Mrs. O. Graf. . Invocation—Rev. Eagleson. 1 Mrs. J. Y. Shamel, president of. the Household Science Department • of the Farmers' Institute, is a well knowa lecturer, and demonstrator. Mrs. Shamel is one of the country's best authors ties on household science subjects. •. • Mrs. G. "WV Meyer is am expert demonstrator She Ss acquainted ^with 1 many ;of the" new processes and improved "methods of cooking. Mrs. H. G. Easterly is one of Carbondale's --most a.ctive women in domestic work. -She is also practical in her work arid--is regarded'as authority on cooking, canning and other domestic science duties.. Mrs. Easterly has been identified with . local and county domestic, science work for. several years. • . and Thursday feoidwya prcisejits Baisii King^famous riorv THE STREET CAlM Withva.di$tiiiguiiiHed:'.e^ti,' : in'Cludirig '-'^ Milton Sills, Charles Clafey, Wabmi Childcrs A vivid cross-section of life in ^vhich.fthe sunshine of love routs: the. sHa'dow of- sir, H VjH The dramatic story of a man ;who; found'him 3 elf through Sacrifice. A eLt s'brv ^ 4f . ~-a greater p.cture. . The "Stree.t Called Straight'Va&eared in 'the Cosmonolitan 3 &! Magazine m was Allowed eagerly by aimpst Billion readers; ^ P B' ; ^ 2O and 3D cents E L K S ForEliks and Family For Elks and Family G BY EGYPTIAN JAZZ AD OR S 1 -Subscribe for the Daily Free Press TAXI! TAXI! TAXi! For closed car service call 312 Y Brooks Taxi Station, ;or'66, Brooks Garage. Night or day service.—Advertisement. Ladies interested in Leap Year Dance for Elks will please meet at Elks Home Thursday, Feb. 19, at 4 p. m. to discuss f -. * ' •, • , . . . _ ''.'•. plans and make necessary arrangements lawmwiimmwmmmwt A. B. WOLF & COMPANY'S ENTERTAINS AT ROOK PARTY Miss Beulah Rascpe .entertained a compa,n>y of friends at a Roo-k party at her home on est Oak street; Monday evening. . " '..'• •• ' The games'tvere followed b'y a luncheon and music. '. Those present were: Misses Mildred Goings, .Avis -Miller, Frankie Etherton and Beulah Rascoe; TVtessrs. Oscar Day, Ralph Dale, Huffman, Pappinyer'and Elmer Knight. 10 PER CENT EXTRA DISCOUNT SALE Make your dollar do .double duty. In addition to our regular reduced prices, we.are offering you an extra 10 per cent discount. . An ill.u'stratibh of pur .wonderful values, for instance : •'-'.' ; - .' $1.50 work shirts 1.25, less ,10 pet cent now 1.13 '',.-.;. > 6,00 shoes 4,95, less 10 per cent 4.46 You take your cash discount off the marked price Same complies'with every article in our store-.-Shoes; Clothing; Hats, Ladies'/ . Ready-to-wear, and includes all new Spriag Goods that are arrivin« dailv MORE THAN THE BANK PAYS ;> . I • 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT ONE PERIOD OF FIVE DAYS ONLY A B. Wotf & Co.

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