The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on March 19, 1920 · Page 4
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 4

Carbondale, Illinois
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Friday, March 19, 1920
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THfe DAILY FREE PRESS ODD FELLOWS ENTERTAIN ate arid- their families at their hall j .' y ; — • —— Tuesday eveii ing. Refreshments were j ' Carbondale': Lodge -2^3, I. -6. 0. F., served .in'two courses and a very enartfirtained: the Odd .Fellows-Rdbek- j'cya'ble evening spent. - . Better order your new; tailo'red suit now and have it a week ahead of .Easter instead of a .day Baiter. Our foreign fabrics'almost belie the difficulties of buying abroad. Many of them were loomed in limited lengths to prevent commoness. A! lavish outlay is not necessary on 'your part to gratify vcur quest for quality. .Your next suit can be hand-tailored and man-tailored without your paying a. premium for such quality. Our patterns are_ha!f a thousand strong. PATTERSO Quality-In BUYS GROCERY III . Local- ?| Mrs. C. A. Linn is . f father^ in 'Crai-niviHe'.' visiting her' Scott -All-aril of. Vca-gennes As at['tending the Young. Peoples' 'confer! once here. ••'• j Mrs., A. J.. Campbell lias returned I ,-f.rom- a visit with relatives. Her sis- 1 ter;: .Mrs. D. H. • McFatiane, accohi- .aiiie3' 'her' Apme.. Mrs. McFarlane's F. O. Hamilton Sells $19000 turned' of the Capital Stock Of The Company To Benton House—Plan Improve-. roents With; New .'Man-' 'agements. ••••••. : j from sviUh 'a several weeks' . in Champaign. R: A. Tayiol- was a business felt;- P*™* 'her lipme, Mrs. McFarlane's' HAMTT mA™ p r,i> . ,, T wv JDu Quota- Wednesday. '•." '- ' '' husb ? nd died: recently .-..and she will UAAUL.1ON. & BRADLEY F.L..LINGLE,M.D. G«n«r»l Practice SptclBl attention to: 7 Eye, Ear, • and -Throat Qtaacaa Fitted Residence 330-2, OfHe* SSO-1 Pboriet: _ '"S.° ; W. Wells, .of Br-bokpoit was ibuaj-.-.t-ss .visitor'' here. Thursday. ; i-.prob.ably .spend part v of Iier'time with .('her- sister- here.".- >. ' . , : . Mrs. George McPlreeters Mas -Mrs. Harry. Atherton ..of i.=. .visiting her fliother,, Mrs. Jennie Rascoc. A deal was completed yesterday j which takes pver''the $19,000 capital j stock .owned by F. 0...Hamilton in. the Hamilton .Grocery Co., being j bought by the Stamper-Meyer Grocery Co. bf'Benbon. Mr. Hamilton,' who ilras.been 'manager of the com- p'an-y, -becomes disassociated w.ith the firm; • ." ' . , . ' The Hamilton grocery firm- lias been in business in CaTbondale since last summer. Their building aiid office .are located on North, niinois avenue, just north of the light plant. The firm-.has been doing business in { | - lel Canb.bT.ld.ale and surrounding towns. • This new firm has several distribution houses in Southern Illinois and js one .of the most active wholess.lo •grocery companies in this section. The iraew manager .of the local firm is L. E. Brigfatneld, who lias 'been connected with one .of the -Stamper-Meyer, houses in St. l,ouiis. -Speaking of •the plans.of the new management of •the .place here, Mv. .Erightfield stated several improvements were .planned and tliat the ne\v management would •be progressive. Just what -the improvement would be Mr. Br.ightiie)::! 'said it was too early, to announce. Mrs. Elizabeth Ward of Du .Quoi.i ES visiting 1 her sister,.. Miss Snider. . . • 'Miss Margaret Andrews' of Anna was .the .guest Wednesday : of Mrs.\ Vey Exiby. . \ Mrs. George iRobinson and mother, 1 Mrs. Morgan, are visiting relatives in iChicago. Mrs. Kobert Colp/'-of ;. Gaiytervnie was the guesf yesterday' of 1 -her- mother, ;Ella.. :McCormick, eft ro'u'te to -St. Louis. •-''•/•' • ' -, • . - - ' • ^ CANDY:SMITH'.TO . .-. : "OEEAHOMA '. 'CITY. ' -v - Attorney* at Law \ , Phone 282 K . / Suite 112^118 New Hamilton a u lld!- a •Ben-,. "Candy" Smith';..Jeft. Sim day : i for'Oklahoma City, where "lie *\viiU ie- I __ . (,gih spring .practice .for this year's Miss Ethel Qmgley -of Vergennes j , baseba ji.. sea ' son . Sm!ith , vill play Nellie j'is attending- the YoungPeoples'; con- ; ^ .'^ ' for Oklahoma 'City, which ference at .the Presbyterian.-church | j. •:'." and visit'Tug- 'her cousir.K, 'Mrs. James Quiigley; .. . . . 'n the Western League^-a class A Mr."- and' ]ea ,g ue . "Candy" Held a'. contract f ^ with -this .team sjince. before the war.- M, I). M eAN'ALI_Y BIWUDINQ 21.T Main 6tr.« "Hours—4>to: 10 «. n!K; 2 to 4 f *• CARBONftAfiE CANDY . KITCHEN Home Made Candles and Ice Gr«m Telephone 3*4 Y Mrs. Alv.a Miller has returned to 'her .home- in Golconcla, after a, visit with relatives here. ' •Urs! Rachaql Noel of . Houston, Te>:is, is visiting her son', Eaii Noel, and family.- She will "also-Visit:her moUie.r in_Herrin. / o Henry. H. ICohn, • state purchasing ag.-Mit, was a passenger througn here to:..\y on route to his' .home in Anna Springfield. ,t. M. Coffman. has .returned to 'liis home in Anna, after a visit with his du...';hters, Mrs.' M. D. Wilhoit .and i M!.-\ Aivi-n- 1 Sponsler. That is the paramount; requisites we insist upon k all Coats and Suits we purchase. Irrespf ctive oi style it is in the qliaHsy that service lies And when we sell you a garment we realize' our obligations to deliver i-n-it service value to you who are to wear it. Only in this way can we deserve your confidence and justifyyour continued | * patronage--- And quality will ._be found in every "Printzess" and "Sunshine.'' garment in our stock—- Which is now "replete;fwit:h : ,New Spring Styles-- Fashion's latest an models. most 'authoritative .:.. Examine; the materials, the finish aijd test the fit. .9^35' Just a Word of two About Our- Millinery Department. • ' ! ' ' '_'' This Department has 1 gained famous reputation • fox Its Style and Quality. . An abundance 'of very clever, New Easter Hats now on display at Popular Prices. .Come in early! : • '. - LOCAL PLIGHTS OF PYTHIAS INSTALL .OFFICERS FOR YEAR The local Knights of Pythias lodjrc, JacKs-on No. 221, installed officers for the ensuing year at the Elks' Horre We-dnesduy night. Following the in- •stallation a delightftil banquet vas enjoyed. The officers -i-rstalled we're: 'OlTancellor, J. J. Winters. Vice Chancellor, 'Bert E. Hill. Prelate, E. Sponsler. Master, at Arms, Gfo. Campbell. Keeper of Records and- Seals, A. S; Johnson. •M;. of E., J. E. JKtchell. Inner Gu^u-d,' Henry BroJim. -Outer Guard, Paul Sergeant. i Marion Team Off Hot After State Title ..The Marion township/ basketball team passe'd through here yesterday on their way to Champaign, where •they will play in; the state basketball I Irs. W. J. JIcKinney went to East Si.. Louis .today, accbxvnt -of the ill- lies .-, of her 1-jftle .grandson, the son of Air. -and Mrs. Louis MeKinney.. ' Mrs. James S. Qampb'ell pi Frankfort Hei.g-hts returned to <her home' yesterday, after 'several days'" v.iait \\-\l.i lier sister, Mrs. Ml J. Quig.ley, ar.<! family. 3!iss Adell Pinkerton of Pinckney-. villa is visitiTL^- her sister, -Miss Anna Pirikertor., who is attending the Normal. She is also attending the Sunday school conference. Mrs. John was in Centra- lii Wednesday to attend -the funeral of ih-p. P.ose 'Bell. Mrs. Cell was a srislxr of Mrs.'George Perry, for-ir- erly of this city. .- Young man just TRY Agoing to yqur work- every morning with a clean collar, unsoiled cuffs 'and shirt, an unsjjotted necktie, a slick hat, a good suit of clothes and'overcoat.- Smile; be honest.andf-work like a Turk, and sooner than you know" it you'll get a raise. ' You must raise yourself in the esteem of your employer before he raises your position ..or salary. We will sell you the clothes you need for as little as good stuff can b,e soid' for. | .Wear our good, "Nifty" clothes. ' __ JESSE HAYES All Kinds of Moving and" Transfer ' Work. " MUKA E. SWARTZ 0*TEOPATH1C PHY»IC)Ah Ofl!e» « Speclmty In . Laudir-Nlchcf* W. W. HAMILTON Coal and Ice MACKEY COAL OFFICE Phon* 804 DR. j.w. BARROW NEW HAMILTON BUIL.DIN9 i to 11 A. M. and 2 to I P. H .. PHONE M Vlr«lnlc Building ECONOMY COAL YARD j. B. WOOD*, nor. Waihed Nut, Egg and'' Lum* Phone 149 K. flENRY BAIN TRANSFE8 GET OUR P|««tt - - Phone 342 K H. O. HALL & CO. , FEED, COAL AND POULTRY SUPPLIES * ^ Phone 233 W. A. BRANDON', M: D. GENERAL PRACTICE AND TH« " !. • . ' EYE Ey«§ Tested GI*«M>* Pine* Vlrelnla. Blda. C.rbonfltele, fli DR. H. H. ROTH " Practice limited -tb Diseases of' EYE, NOSE, EAR and THROAT Over Woolworth Store, Murphysboro, III. WRTHS . A nine-pound girl was .bom to ivA and Herman Bain <jf 'East Pree- mpw street .Saturday. The little miss has' been named Mary Elizabeth. OBITUARY Edward Spencer was born in Ohio May 5, 1863. Died in Pleasant .Grove neighborhood September 30. 1919, aged 5(5 years, 4 months and 25 daj"s. . . He moved, with his father, to Ipwa in early boyhood, his mother having, .died when l:e was four years old. . ' • He was married to Hulda Sanders at Benton, August 29, 1901, He was a carpenter by trade and. was a skilled rfiechani.c, working at his trade until about eight years ago, \vhen he fell-.from a building and injured his spine. Since 1919 he has been unfitted for hard or straining? v^ork. - ' ,* Many of his neighbors will -remember with pleasure the beautiful work lie. has done for rbcm in through work THE LEADER MERC. CO. skilled repairing or 'in their .gardens. He leaves his wii'c and so 13 years old. | He- was a menjber of no but 1 -expressed ho fear of de only anxiety being abont his and son. OFFICE, MURPHYSBORO, ILLINOIS, and I will be ready, to r, Campbell Hill, Friday, March 26th Ava,' Monday; March ,29th.,. at De Soto, Tuesday, March 30th, at 'Town De Soto—8-1 Hall. Levan—;8-3 Thursday, April 1st at Town Jlall. >. Degognia—8-5 and 9-5, Jones Ridge, Friday Apr. 2nd • at Heinbockel Store. • - ' "! :. . ' Fountain Bluff. Town Hall.- -9-4 Jacob,'Monday, April'. 5th,. 'at Sand Ridge^—9-3 . • Hall. • . \ r.^^ ta JS£.i™ ^L^?? OKS ° F JA ^SON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ARE NOW READY IN THE ' district at. HenMn March 5th and 6th. The team won its final game agair.?t 'Anna 35 to 4. ' ^T.he team's first .game will -be against Becatur Friday morning. Sixteen' teams .will play d.n the stat« •tourney. ' Mt. VfePr.on is also one of •Hie teams from Southern Illinois. The lineup for the Marion team is: Coach E. H. Scriber, Hallie Snider, captain; Wilber' Valentine, O.wcn Sto'flar, Norman: Belford, Raymond Biggs, Elbert Hartwell, William Wailace, John Slater and the following accompanying the .team,:, Mark McT- Alpin, .LaVe'ni Groves, Chas. Sanders and Ed' Statlar. said County, on v dates herein S }3eeified: Elk-7-U Elkville, Monday, March 22nd at Town. Halli Elk-7-1 Dowell, Tuesday,'March 23rd, DoWell's" Store Vergennes-7-2 Vergennes, Wednesday,, March' 24, kf Vergennes State Bank. - v ' • '• • : . > a _7-3 Oraville, Thursday, March 25th, at Birkners-' btoi*e. .•••..' Bradley—7-4 and' 5 at Town Hall. Bradley—7-4 and 5 Town Hall. COUNTY .TREASURER'S receive the 191&'Taxes at the following, places in Gorham, Tuesday April 6th, at Town Kmkaid^-8-4' Wednesday, April 7th t at Town. Hall. • Grand Tower—10-3 and 4 and 11-3 and 4 Grand Tower Thursday ,April 8th,. at Town Hall. ' ^Pomona—10-2 and 10-3 'Pomona) Friday, Apr. 9th, at Mrs. Rossin's Store. ' - ' , Makanda—10-1 Makanda,' Monday, April-12, at Ben:; .--nett's Dmg Store., _Somerset—8-2 Tuesday, April 13th, .at-Grange. Hall. 'MuTphysboro—9-2 ' Murphysboro,, Tuesday. Mar. 9th, Treasurer's, office. '• Carbondale—9-1 Carbondale,- Monday, Mar. 15th, -to - April 17th'-inclusive, at FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ' after : said date books, will be at, TREASURER'S OFFICE. MURPHYSBORd. : .,. All tax books ^pr the County will be at the Treasurer's office 'at the Court, House' until books are closed, except on the last five days of April and May. The books will be closed and no taxes will be received on said days.'This, of course, is made necessary in order to comply Avith the law in making' settlement with the v STATE, COUNTY, aml'various'revenue districts on the first day of A^ril and on the first day of each month thereafter until final settlement is made. ' .._ . V : . . ' ' ' -.- ' ' ' . "TAKE-NOTICE •''.'• '. •• All taxes, both real and personal, must'he paid by April 15th, next, .to. save costs. Aftjef that date, all delinquent PERSONAL TAX will be placed in the hands of deputies for collection, and'advertisement made'of all delinquent real estate. Judgement of sale .will .be applied for-on the.first June next, at;,.the May term of the Jackson County Court, A. D: 1920.; One. peif cent will'be charged on-all real estate taxes paid in the month of May and.twg per cent if paid insane. It will be necessary for,you to present us with a'description"of the real estate you desire to pay taxes on. Youi: last receipt-, will, aid greatly In. this.-Bring it with you. A state-' ' church j ment of y. our ta ? e ^ due willbe given 'upon ^request when accompanfed jby, description o'fproperty. Prompt pay- V h ' w ^iment is. requested, as I can make'but one, demand.''.' , . '" ' .' . . ' Murphysboro, Illinois, March 12,' 1920 Gounty^ Treasurer . and

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