The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on February 19, 1920 · Page 3
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 3

Carbondale, Illinois
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Thursday, February 19, 1920
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TOE DAILY FREE PRESS -rfc ••'••/. >, '/ {( 1>;^ )/^ X '/ ^ ' IS \, and To-Day George Waslimgton and the troops he commanded in the Continenfal Army underwent the hard- 1 ships or forced marches and bitterly fought campaigns on very limited rations. Often bread was their only food, but that supplied their needs, for good, wholesome, well baked bread contains practically every element essential to vigor and strength. , As value isjra* as great to-day, and the bread we bake is feeMer. To our modern mills goes the credit because of the flour they produce. It admits of better bakinjr than was even dreamed of ;in the days of the Revolution; ~ represents the pinnacle of this modem milling skill It is ground in clean, airy mills from the finest hard •winter wheat grown. Special care is token to preserve all the extraordinary baling qualities which only such grain cAi have. Valier's Enterprise Flour] The result is a flour unequalled in quality and rising power. Its slightly greater cost per sack is no): an expense, but insurance—it protects you from the waste of failures and is economical in the end. It gives you better bakings and— more loaves per sack Your grocer has Valier's Enterprise Flour. Order a sack to-day. \. 'ACTURED FAOM BC6T ' OP PURE 51SLEOT*B' WHEAT is Valier's high-grade popular-priced flour. It has made hosts of friends, PLEASANT GROVE. .•'''• Feb. 16. | Ernie Marshall and family and Otto [Hughes.have the flu. ' Mrs. Fritz 'Marvin of Carbondale . <rtsited her father. Will Etherton, who Jl serously ill Wednesday. .Mrs. Robert Hughes and children are visiting relatives at Boskydell. • Mr. and Mrs. Will. Trobaugn were -•called'to Vergennes Sunday morning <o the 'bedeiae of'their sister, Mrs.- Z/oy Shewmaker, who' was seriously Mrs". J. O. -Hughes is a flu patient at Tflie home of,Mr. and Mrs. Leo Johh*on In Murphysboro, where she weiit- • nnreo the Johnson family. • Mrs. Belle Walker of SC Louis ; is i*flreat of her morhcr, Jlvs. anidred KoCoekey, who has besn vety ill for several d.iys. • Miss Ruth Etheston who wrrk; .-it Mattoon, is s'.ck V;rh the f.u .at the home of her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Etherton. Mrs. Geo. Cox spent Monday in- Mnr- physboro with her daughter, Mrs Jas Hughes.- Miss Eearle Gill of Murphysboro visited at Dave Johnson's Saturday night. . • Miss.EIla Fricke, who is working at Carbondale, visited'her mother over Sunday. ' . ^ 2ION. ••"•'" .- " . ' Feb. 16. •Mr. and Mrs. ' Francis Turner of Pleasant Hill were called to Prank Patrick's Sunday, oho.: account of the .family all being in bed with Patrick the flu. Earl McDaniel o£ Carbondale returned last week. • Mary Batsoc o£ East of Carbondale and Gussie. of the S. I. N". D. visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Batson.tlie latter art o'f She week. Lester Smith' had the misfortune ot breaking his arm last week. •' • Mr. and Mrs. Chair-lie Springer visited Mr .and Mrs. Charlie Reid of Carbondale Thursday. Delia Dains visited Mary and May Brandon Saturday might and .'Sunday. Mrs. Alice McDaniel went to wait on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gurley, Mrs. -Curley; being seriously ill with' th.e flu. Mis. Pearl Reid '' visited ; at Isaac 1 Brandon's Thursday. .Messrs. Isaac Brandon, Willie and Lee' Rushing,, Orin and Frank Tiller attended the sale at Geo. Griffith's :Tuesday. .. .Llnsey. Reid took dinner, with JD'r. Agnew and family Wednesday at-Makanda. . • Leorn Btherton is in Benton/ being called there ''on account of >the serious illness of. his father. '. • - Peter.Readleman was at Albert.Ren- dlemanls. of New Hope Sunday. „ Alice Fisher called • at Harry Crawshaw's at Reudleman Saturday. OWL. BRANCH. '•'••• Feb. 16. Ed Farley spent Saturday,night and Sunday with his.parents, : Mr.;and Mra. J. D. ^Farley. H. • John M'cKinney-has-been staying with his daughter, Mrs. .Will Savi'tz and family,.-.who have all 'been' confined to their-bed with the flu. - William Tom' Pleasant of .Royal is visiting .'h'is brother, 1 All Pleasant,' and wife.-, •-..-,,. -.-. • . ' : ..-.-. . .' The cold spell, of Saturday night and ' Sunday . ro(gistered $he , coldest weather- we have ha_d this ..winter. Frank B.:Ethertoii is suffering with- la grippe'. 1 Beter Paul and::-family moved- to Murphysbqro this week and his son, Martin, xiccupys the place now. Bruce Glenn, was 'out Saturday for the first, time alter a siege of pneu-1 monia. , i Edgar Milligan has returned from j St Louis after being called there on account of the serious illness of his . mother: v '"••'.' • Arthur Earrish was a business visi- .tor in Murphysboro Saturday. • ' - PLEASANT HILL. . •'"••" - Feb. 16.' The muddy roads are dried up how ami the mail boys can get around better: ••• -..•.--.'• .-'••.-. -Mrs. - Ada Balcom. attended the fnn- eraljof.lier'sister.'Mrs. Mary Floyd, 1 in , Ca.rbon.dale,. Wednesday.' Mrs. Ross F>igor 7 .al80> attended - the funeral. Joe' Waddingtin and . daughter, Oma; hasbeen on the sick Hat for a week,or more. Bert Wlddlngton'a family have the flu also. ..

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