The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on February 19, 1920 · Page 5
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 5

Carbondale, Illinois
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Thursday, February 19, 1920
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THE DAILY MEYERS' GARAGE WHATOO YOU MEAN YOUR. CAR'S A BEHAVED BABY t TOOK ITS ftAf TLE AWAY AND WaBhincton, Peb 19.—Wilson 1 today ' began dictating reply to note /of "»I--* liea. on* Adriatic situation.. Will' fc«- transmitted Friday.', '..-•"'....' ..'.'.". S take the rattle .out oil your, car -apd "put the joy back into your .automobile. The chances are that the tightening up of a few nuts will accomplish this result.: Bring your car here: and let us examine it. Late Bulletins FEATURE INSTITUTE L»ocal INew® Miss .Zelma Etherton of near Makanda, has returned to her home after a two weeks' visit with her brother and wife, Mr/and Mrs. Fred-,Etherton, of this city and" sister, Mary, wno Is attending the Normal. Abraham Lincoln rendered to all an everlasting service. We" are following his example for sturdiness and hon^ •«sty in the service we render our customers. .Myers Garage. Advertisement. Pforla.lll. BDD, a farmer living near ____„.„,... and'his three children were burnec to death today when rire destroyed their home. Washington; Feb. 19—Temporary Injunction to prevent sale of, foruu r Qerman Hnera, was granted today by District of Columbia Supreme Court MASONS ATTENTION Special meeting of Sheklnah Lodge No. 241 Friday and Saturday night, Feb. 20 and 21, at 7 o'clock, for work T. A. Waaver, W M. H. C. Mertz, Secretary, : . , Advertisement. 1 - /> NOTICE Leo Wilson has returned from a ten days' business trip to New York •City. Abraham Lincoln rendered to all an everlasting service. We are following his example for sturdiness and hon esty in the service we render ; our customers. Myers Garage. Advertisement. ' St. Louis piano house has Baby Grand Piano and Player Piano Bench and Music in Carbondale. Would dispose of-these instruments at a bargain thereby saving expense of having them returned to St. Louis. Write F. W. Shubert, 1111 Olive Street, S' X-tH'is. —Advertisement. I have pur-chased the entire interest of the M'illlgan & Fly Music Co. We kindly ask. that all owing us accounts will please call and settle same before March 1, so we'ean balance our. books I will remain in the music business at the same place. Your continued patronage will -be greatly appreciated. J. W. Milligan. AdTerUaemwtt. CARD OF THANKS We wish to tnank our friends tor their.kindness,and assistance during the death of our husband, brother, nephew and son, Dallas and Richard Meisenheimer. Especially for the assistance and. floral, offering, of, the railroad boys for Richard. •Mrs. Alice' Meinseriheimer, Mrs. Alberta Meisenheimer, Henry Meisenheimer, Miss Gertrude Benton. Advertisement. ; "Theraffernooir session 'of- the. House•hold Science Department o^ the Farmers^ Institute w-as unusually instruct ive and interesting. Following an enjoyable vocal solo by Wm. Hays, the: program was-taken up. • . ..Mrs. Lillian B. Phelps, of Golconda, talked on "The a Workshop." . She declared the, kitchen was the household laboratory-ana/'that'vit" was of the greatest importance /that necessary kitchen conveniences lie had more than any other-.paft of the household. She took upthe question of kitchen ventilation, suggesting the cross system. She also spoke of the! practical conveniences of the kitchen fn .a small town where there were no modem-conveniences. Also the treatment of kitchen walls, proper painting, paper 'and decorating to 'make the kitchen refreshing and appetizing. The use of linoleum or hard wood floors. The advantages of the kitchen cabinet as a saver of steps. Then she discussed ,'tne flreless cooker and other labor devices. In conclusion of-her interesting and profitable talk, her final word to the women urged them to make the kitchen the most interesting part of their home,; to make it more attractive and answer its purpose in a more efficient manner. This talk was followed by an interesting discussion by Mrs. Jl. M. Dunlap of Savoy, who has one the-best, nDost modern arid convenient homes in the state. . She took-, up the. things needed in the modern kitchen/ the wheel, table from the stove to the :able,the movable table.pleuty. of shelf room, closed cupbards instead of open shelves, the sink in the,middle of the room, accessible' from all sides and he arrangement for kitchen utensils: She told how to make laundry work nteresting and a pleasure instead of TL »_i_.-,- j -..- 7 -r--------, jvu and thrill you.' $oa^PJt^^??^ Police^: - iufl'of the usual Mix" ''<»''•''-"•••'-^---' ^P lc * ure 1S i raph Iicah<i22c The Amuse-lJ will be closed tonight as we W.cture available for totiight. Tomorrow Saturday-night'we will ihow S - om ?T*<™ William Farnum "Wings of tte Mbiiiing" THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN r Please accept this invitation tc visit cur tftere and see the many new ereatiens in $teadi( 9e Wenrzipparel, DRESS UP! "There is no time like the present to do it. Plenty oi opportunity is offered' here all this, week to provide for the requirements of your wardrobe at very economical prices. Suits The new models we are showing sho\v both, smartness of appearance and correctness of style. Priced from $39.50 to $97.50 Dresses 0 The loveliest -we have had in many seasons. Priced'from 25.00 to 75.00 Skirts The collection contains style's, to please both matron'and miss. Priced from 6.90 to 39,75 Hosiery The best that is made, yet note the little we ask for fine silk hosiery Priced per pair from $1.00 to $4.00 Coats The style we are showing are the prettiest we have ever showh. Priced from $22.50 to $S5.00 Waists Finer styles than these at their prices woul'd be hard to find. Priced irom.;..$4.50 to $25.00 Sweaters See for yourself the score or more of new models we now have on display Priced from $5.00 to $15.00 Muslin Underwear Our display is comprehensive enough to please the tastes of all Priced from . 35<» to §JQ New Styles Plentiful in Charming Spring Millinery You can "easily find your individual model, for there'seems to be no. limit to the styles. Our display awaits your inspection. JOHNSON, VANOL, TAYLOR Northwest Corner of Square. drudgery.Have the laundry room just iff from the kitchen in-place of hav- ag down to the basement or some •ther out of the way place. The use of electric washers, wringers, 'sanitary tubs and other modern washing devices, which eliminate lifting and carrying. Many questions were asked in connection with the kitchem. When: asked to give the 'kitchen's greatest convenience it was said to make the tools of the kitchen fit the housewife. Tie kind of cookers, washing" machines .and ironing boards to use. After Mrs. Dualap's talk, Mrs. G. W. Meyers talked on the pressure cooker and gave demonstrations .in connection. . This feature of the-.program was very interesting and instructive. She showed how' it was a great-modern tool for'the,.kitchen, labor ami time saver in cooVlng meat,, potatoes and carrots, which could all Ibe cooked at once. ' She took carrots and mashed potatoes aud made artistic roses out of them. , Also lilies and other flowers which took away >the common-praee- ness of .these vegetables, making them delicious by their'attiractive arranger ment.' • : 'In speaking of the domestic science work in Illinois, Mrs. H. -A. McKeene of Springfield; secretary ot the Domestic Science department-of the Illinois Farmers'Institute.stated the work in Illinois wa^s going well. In the state there : are 102 county . domestic science organizations and 425 clubs. A public meeting will be held at the City -Hall, Carbondale,' 111., at 2 p.' m. Saturday, Feb. 22, 1920. Proposition, j community matter. It you belong to' iat you consider the -community of Carbondale don't fail to".attend whether 1 you reside ia Carbondaie township or immediately outside of same." ..^, . You will not be asked to donate or subscribe. any money. Your council fe all that is desired. . ' 'Frank M.-Hewitt; Chairman, J. D. Dill, . R. A. Taylor, R. B. Rentro, ' ' . Frank Clements, A, S. Johnson, '• Judge Herbert A. Hays. • ', Advertisement. ENTERTAIN LADY VISITORS AT TEA . An informal tea, arranged- by Mrt. Clyde Smith, wag given .at'. Anthony Hull yesterday afternooit for tbe ladies att ending the afternoon session of tbe Farmers Institute. -..Mrs.' Smith was assisted by Mips Grace Jones, Mias Gladys P. Williams Mrs. Earl Goddard -and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, who poured tea. The marguerites served "were prepared. by \ Miss Jones' Domestic Science Department. Mesdames H. G. Easterly, J., P Gilbert, A. D. Brubaker and Dr. Delia Oald well were in tha ( . receiving line " Karl. Ross Mesdames J. A." Patterson, Federer, R.'A. Taylor, A. L. W. Q. Oisae, Herbert'Sullivan and E. T. Harries assisted in nerving. Miss Mary M»tthewa delighteo; the guests with a number.of voc»iselect- ions, with Miss flelen Smith as accompanist. A social affair of like nature, and equally as enjoyable, was given at Autbouy Hall this afternoon.. Mrs. Chan. Gautbier; ioca'l pianist, gave a recital which . was especially commendable. one One Caab In Advanb*. month, par .word .;.'. week, per'worn „.;.. ...W ' •• insertions, per word WANTED—Woman to do houaa work for mother and two school children. Call 364 X, after 6:30. WANTED—Furnished. Toom, modern'. -.Close in. "X," -care Free Press. WAN.TED-^Energetic man to sell and distribute high grade make of tire.. Attractive- proposition for the right man. Clyde C. Oldham, State Distributor, TJrbana, 111. WANTED—Trimming trees. Experienced. Wm. O'Neffl, 611 Washington. HOYAL ARCH MASONS the-Past, Master and Masters degree to- Meeting -for Most Excellent 'night. J. E. Youngblood, H. P. J. E." Willoughby,; Sec. . • : Advertisement. ; WANTJBD^-Name of .party who would buy piano. Notice my advertisement under local news. J500 reward for name of party who would buy. Send name to.F. W..Shubert. _ mmirr. ^ RBNT-Two wont rooms orw •Style Shop, for offlce or sl«e»ixc roomm. Apply Misr Rleth, Normal and Ifoanw St. •. • . __ FOR RENT—Furnoahed room, girl. preferred. Call 414 X FOR ROOT— storm tor miMo . in th« one atoir brick brtUtaZ ntIoon. on alley back o( iSr . on alley back o( Theatre. Apply HIM SMk. FOR RENT—2 furnished light housekeeping rooms.; 402 West Pecan. FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms 216 West Wall. Phone 437 L. Abraham Lincoln rendered to air an everlasting service.! We are<following bis example, tor^sturdiness and hon- osty in me service,, we render our i;ustomers.. Myers Garage. -. Aflyer- tisem'ebt. .. ' '. . - . : . - .'• ball Friday and Saturday nights, Feb. 20 and 21. Normal- Gym. Cape Girardeau . vs, Normal.—Advertisement. " ' • NORMAL MUSIC TEACHER PLAYS AT INSTITUTE Prof. Ralph' Swain played .'a .most delightful violin solo'at the - evening- I session/of the Farmers' Institute ;last night. He responded 'to an encore.; Th« selections were from the highesi class music. •'''."" " ; - '• .'••••'••.'!•",'.'•--•••'- : TAXI! For closed car service. eaH> 312 Y-, Brooks Taxi .Station,; or 66,' Brooks Garage.' Night or day service.—-Advertisement. FOR RENT—5 room cottage, Jtura- •ished. Lights and water. Call 354 T or come to 704 W. Walnut St. " 'FOR SALBji—Five room house and .large lot, close to town, $1600. Call at 305 East Main 8t . FOR SALE—jjive jjgs, weight SO pounds each... Phone 386 T. T^ B. Barnes. ••'•'- FOR SALB-^Dandy 5 room house, .modern except heati 403 Normal Are. .'^^-•.W* terms.right. J. .G. Warnecke, Centralia, 111. : ; . , : FOR SALE--Modern house, two lots 'and : , barn at a bargain. - "H.'.O. Hall,: 803 S. Normal. -FOK SALE-r-Five room cottage on est Sycamore St. All conveniences except heat. Lot 60x230 feet. Has good barn also. Phone 247 K, at 412 West Jaclraoh. St. '• '• EOR SALE—Used piano. Bargain it sold this week.' e, care of Free Press "»—i • ——. •'' FOR SALE-^-Pony. Reasonable. 703 W'est Pecan. ' FQR SALE—iTust received a shipment of fresh oysters. Barnes Restaurant. -'••• . LOST ~ ~~~ ' LOST—Elks emblem: charm, during Farmers' 'Institute. Ftader ple«*0 ». turn, to Roberts Hotel "and recerw reward. ' ':'. » '..'..'.-' . ... ''• " • \v

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