The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on March 20, 1920 · Page 4
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS ne - News L. W. Miilefr visited-in Du Quoin J.. F. Heck, was a business'visitor/ yesterda'y afternoon. in Marion, yesterday. When, you sit down to v a breakfast of steaming, appetizing griddle cakes—that's when you're migh'ty glad that JUST RIGHT Com Syrup's on the table. For this high-quality product has a delicious, flavor _ all its own that's, simply Irresistable. Try a can and see. At your grocer's. THE AMOS-JAMES GROCER CO. ST. LOUIS Mrs. .Louis Tiiorp spent yestur-- Prof. S. E. BooVnev. is sper.din» 'tile clay afternoon in Murphyshoro. f we.ek end in Chicago., ' | ... ! , •"Always Demand the' Just Right BruncTV FOOD J. . IX Dill is visiting, rel'u-j ' Prof. and. friends 'in. Sikcsioift Mo. , visitor in Galatia today. T. Felts was a -business '' ...-..;.. ,•..•.•.-•;,• •• • .• •-.-. . •• . .. SisiliiS A R Aft tatol ST Yfc £ Miss Kate Mountain 'went to- Chicago yesterday 'for a visit relatives. Sam • Batte'rson was a .'business v.is- J jij cii V_ ._• j.-...i_ {! = with!''tor in St. Louis yesterday. Mrs. L.. A. Sk'aggs went to Marion today for a few' days' visit relatives. /F. W. Deason. of .Elkville is spend- Mrs. Elizabeth Stoker is the guest •of jMakanda relatives and' friends for • jjij a few -days.- • • ' • ' • Mrs. D. H. Brush c/f Baltimore, Md.. is visiting- her sister, Mrs. 'sister,! Frank Clements: F.L.;LrNGLE,M.D. . " General Practice Bp«iol«l attention tor .Ey«, Ear, •nd Threat . - Olwci Fltt.d /Phone-: Residence 330-2, Office SSO-1 EY ' ,|| HAMILTON & BRAD • Jij ' ' "• ' ' -. Attorney* ^t;. i_*w • *.'• "-'::!'/ •..' . ; Phone 262-'. K'"' "•'•'• ' !!•:. \ 8 "l*« 112-115 New ^Hamilton" Buildin a' '_ • ' • ' ••' -"/'••'••• ?v-i •"•'•?.., ing a few days with Mrs. I. W. Miller. ' o— - | | M.TS. J.. D.. Bveeden of Murphysboro Mesdames Aletha Walker, 'pora! was t"e ugest yesterday of Miss McKissic and Robt. Mon'tfinmery.', 11 ' 6 ''™ Temple. "•' ^ ' , i.^ -------- ,--—.- j -—• j^ so,,- were i n \ St. Louis) 1 - •' •—o—- j|j Q U r foreign fabrics almost belie ; the difficulties, ofjj | buying abroad. Many of them were loomed in lim- |j and little Friday. I. •«• 1 !:i! jl'l • ' A -'-... • • / • -.•'.-.• ' .•*-. v/.- if. Better order,,-your new tailored suit-now and have; i| i| it a week ahead .of Easter instead;of a, day after. ^ . D. 'McANALLY bLMLs:nO ; - 211 West Main 8tr..i . 0ff)o» Hours—=3 to iu M. M.; 2 to 4 P. M CARBONDALE CANDY KITCHEN vlome Made Candles and 1st Cr«m ' Telepftona M4 V Miss OSIla .Schwartz of Mrs. Elizabeth Entsming-er of! Christopher was the guest of, he daughter, Mrs. ..Cyjtis Etherton' am family Wednesday.- . ' - y i ' Mr. and -'Mrs. T. E.. Jordrui have 'was the Xest yesterday" bf'ir/H. {| ^ u yi n g abroad. Many of them were ioon n w. pattej-sAn and family. |j ited lengths \o prevent commoness., • Miss Ze.ti Mkne-r, .teacher in the ' $ A lavish ? outla y -,'*' not necessary on your part j .to "gratify your "fj Hci-rin schools., is spending 'the .week I."! 1 uest " for quality:;'"Your next suit -can be haml-tailoreid and. -\i end with-her parents, Dr. and M.ES. ill man ° tailored without your paying a premium. for such quniity. ill It. A. Minn^r. . ) i 1 C, I, P, S, HOLDS DEMONSTRATi OF APPLIAN - I pa'ny attending the meeting were: C. O. Duhten. hea'd of the -commercial department at Springfield; A. R. Meyer, stock and bond dcpart- . returned from Brookptfrt, 1 where! they attended the funeral of Mili Whalew, Tuesday. Our patterns are half a thousand strons> Misses : Ida . Hobhsr. • and Goddard.and Fred Hobbs I Mrs. sr C. Patterson j-etunned to III .j her home-rm Makanda yesterday, ;Vt. jfl er spending- a few days with 'relaX :"' Grace tives in '' th 's city. • .- f!i] ' - . I :••! .T. B. Slephens6;n *-cturnerl Sparta yesterday" after attciullng jrnent; A. Kuster, commercial de! partment, Springfield: J. D: l.awson, i store department; F. L. Shiner, |' division salesman; J. N. Rue, ,en-j the Young Peo'p'le's ''Sunday School jgineering- department; F. L. Nichols,j Conference, held at the Presbytei- 1 ' division salesman; J. X. Shelton.j ian church this. week. . , ,. . ' -. , • . , > division salesman, Ed Broff, audit- J r,_l ' • • \A demonstration of electriaal ap- , -I " pliances -to the department heads '"» < Ie PV' me '«. j_ Moody Richart of Grand t Bend, of the-Central Illinois Service Co.. lhe . ^'owmg -ere the local Ala., is visiting h.ere,'Mr. Richart ww held at the. Armory hall -Thnrs- s " p f r .' ntend " ts . P> '" Cn '' J \ T 9 was ' a Prominent business man in day. The meeting was -'attended .bj- ?rci K hton, Marion: C. A Cos. Her -| this.city a number of years ago the Hobhs-Rclzer weddiiiR. in. .Vftir-J . Mliss - T helma .GMp.in of Centralia ill physboro '/Thursday 1 afternoon. j W1 " be tlle guest of friends here 1 over '" t [Sunday. Mfes Gilpin S was formeiiy to ' en^ioye^ at. the I. C. division office. PATTERSON & SCHWARTZ aay. ine meeting was aiTemieci .DJ- •. ,,- . ,- ., ,. . . . I - "•• J ~-y . • __ . , . . i nn: 'Manning Snider, Carbondale;; nnrl well k-nnwn nmnnrv <A more than 20 superintendents of the _ „ f „.- • ana_wtu luiown among th ^ . _ . \ _ _ C. H. Harris. H.-irris nil-!'-- T.. .k. i. rtr ;^«,^r- Illi-1 C. .H. Harris, Hnrrishurg*. L. E. Mr. ion n C. I. FT S. offices' in Southern Jlli-l^ i T . ' _. _ :'' \~_~~ j Rose, Johnston City; F. R. McCnl- V ' , . . . . I loiich. Benton; E. B. Burlison. Car- In the evening a moving picture .,, ,,, „ . ' , •••'-. , ui- - I terville; Wm. Pcrrine. Anna; Dale •was shown to the public covenncl „. ,,, _ , , _ i „ , . . . i Pittman, West Frankiorf. J. 'F. 1 on all the properties of the company.! ,, . . ™ . , , . ,, i „. . . . . . , Meister, Christopner. mul A. C. i V 1i 1 hii! -vvnc intpr^stin'v ^[in\vino- Ih^i " Kimball. Sessor. Those representing residents. old^. IT• •;' This was interesting, showing the operation of their plants and ma_. t chinery used to furnish electrical power. The reel was five sections in length. .The picture includes . scenes from more than. 140 planr-j N belonging' to .the. Central Illinois' Public Service Co. Plans were formulated tor " a sales campaign this spring, push-i 'ing the sale of electrical appliances,! irons-, cookers, washing machines; ' s ir and other'labor saving devices for • the homp. . . . v ' Among' the officials of the coin- and Jtrs. T. C. Hill of\Mar-':. issccl through here yesterday, eir way home from Fikville, they attended the func-val of their brother-in-law. G. B. l.asley. mannfactur- Mrs j. Tin formerly resided "in this'i r T T i I I . . i 1 known.- here n^ . Mrs. Sailer, Anna Stitcsfields. . ing companies 'were: Mr. Henock, city ' an(1 ; s Mr. Kelley, St. Louis; Mr. Chicago, all of the Westgles Elec- _ _ manufactnrine Co.; ' T. IT.' , r , r . T ^ , .,,„,. ' _ . r I Mrs. Mack Harrison and sister, j Trwill, .Chicago Ptien Can Co.; A. 'J. 1 -vr- -\r n -nr- lt e \, ! TT _. J i Miss Marynell Winsctt, of Memi Home, bimplex Electrical • Co., i • r~ • , ' r^, , ' ,,,„.• _.. iPh's, T.enn., were guests Thursday Ch.cago:- H. B. ^ •all,.,. Edison of M .^ Jem]ie Qe and .. a ,._ Electrical Applmncc Co.: H. O. G,ll cr mss Beulah.' They, were re- and Gage Supply Co. ... . ... We are just in receipt of. notice-froni Government that permanent •'bonds for exchange for Liberty bonds which have, all coupons matured will not be ready, for delivery before April 15, 1920, instead of: Mar. 15 y as heretofore- announced. Bring your bonds to us after April; 15; 192Q," arid we will' exchange them for permanent bonds with all- coupons attached^ • ' FIRST NATIONAL The Bank of Service. Carbondale', III .._• JESSE HAYES - ! " ' All kinds of Moving and Transfer Work/ ' LAUKA E. SWARTZ~ 08TEOPATK1C PHY»lCIAl* Chronic C',seumet a Specialty. ' Office In Laudcr-Nlcho!* Bldf. W.W.HAMILTON Coal and Ice MACKEY COAL OFFICE Phone 20f DR. J. W. BARROW NEW HAMILTON BUILDINO n A. M. and 2 to • •>. • . PHONE S3 Virginia Building PCONOMY COAL YARD J. B. WOODS, PROP. Washed Nut, Egg and Lump , Phone 149 K. -4ENRYBAIN TRANSFER OR PRJ8M Phone 342 K ' . H. O. HALL & CO; FEED, COAL AND POULTRY SUPPLSES Phone 233 W. A. BRANDON, M. D/ "SENERAL PRACTICE AND TH« V _•". EYE .-•/• • iyea Te«t«d JSimAn nttMl Virginia Bidg. , Caftiondil*. IK, ;—•''*'• - -..v-.w..*" • • DR.H. H.ROTH - Practicef.limited to Diseases of E-YE, NOSE, EAR and, THROAT Over Woojworth Store, '' . I/Iurphysborol III. • T ,,, , r . Rev. J. Wi Merrill has , . _, . from a trip to Chicago Inter-Church movement. .. • .• returned , on the . , Ulrnil , ff h - omc from Q*ago, _ where-j ' tliey visited ^Mrs. Harrv Ethcrtr.n.j ' . • - • , ,, • "i ,- , who accompanied them to Carbon-! ^ , I '"" / 35,000 Owners Praise . lex Springs M ORE than 35,000 owners of the new. Overland 4 are enthusiastically telling their friends of ,the wonderful riding qualities of this car. "It would be an insult to put shock absorbers on this car." • ' ' ' « ". "The most advanced piece of work 'yet produced in the •These, are compli- 4 The Sedan'wcighs only 200 pourida more than the Touring Car BROOKS GARAGE — "• — ---.._- ^"^^^^^^•'^^^•^^••••••••••a^^^Ba,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^,^^^^^^^ • V *** p»jr-9MUI UJ III. TAX COLLEETORl^JOTICE Elk— 7,1 Elkville; Monday, March 22nd at' Town kail.. Elk— 7-1 Dow.ell, Tuesday, March 23rd,'Dowell's Store ' ^H?nL Qraville, Thursday, 'March 25th, at Birknei-s Campbell Hill, Friday, March 26th Bradley— 7-4 and 5 .at -Town Hall. Bradley— 7-4 and 5 • Town Hall. Ava, Monday, March following .places in i, Tuesday April 6th, at. Town Kinkaid—8:4 ^Wednesday, April 7th, at Town Hall. Grand Tower;-lQ4;ind'a arid 11^3' and/4 Grand'Tower Thursday ,AprU 8th; ; at Tp.wn Hall'. . : '; • ' ' Pomona—10-2 and ! 10-3 Pomona;' Friday, Apr 9th at ': Mrs. Eossin'sStore':...-."- ",. \ V.. ". • ' ' ' • /Makanda—lQ-1^ Makanda,; Monday,. April 12, at B-=n"Kett's Drug. Store.*'. t '.:. -•-.'•••'•'-" --\ ' : ^ Sonierset^-8-^ ; Tuesday, Aprilfl3th, ; -at Grange. Hall. Murphysboro—9-2, Murphysboro; Tuesday Mar. -9th Treasurer's office. ' ;. • '""•,- ':.-'.' CarBb'ndale—9-1" Carbondale,..Monday, Mar.. 15th. to April 17th inclusive 1 at FIRST. NATIONAL BANK, after sstjd date books will,fee ; at TREASURER'S OFFICE, MURPHYSBOR©. . " I- . - •' ' . ' • •'••';'. •..'.'-:-. .v .. All tax books for the County will be at the TreasUKer's office at the Court Hbus.e -until-bobks are closed, except on the last five days of April and May. The books will, be closed and no taxe's will ; be r,eceived.;qn said days\ This, of course, is made necessary in order N to coniply v w : ith the law in making settleineht with the'STATE, COUNTY, Wd various, revenue districts on the first day of .April and on the.ftj&t day v of; each month .thereafter until fiijal settlement is made. .... '•' - - - . .' ., -:',.• ; . . • . """"' .-'' ',•" •'.-•'.' ••. - ^ •-• :.• ^ /. / "TAKE ;NOTICEV - a^; • .'• •••''.- . All taxes, both real and personal, must; be .paid ^by April 15th, next-, to save'costs. . After that "date alU delinquent PERSONAL TAX will be placed in the hands'of deputies for ^collectiorij 1 -and".advertisement made of all delinquent Teal estate. Judgement of ; sale, willbe. applied for -on", the^ firs|/Mphday;in June next, at the May term'of ihe Jackson County Court, A. D. 1920. '(hw^^t-^^-ti^^^^ 'estate, taxes paici in .the : nionth of .May and two per.cent if paid in June.'\^t will he necessary-for^ou torpresent us. ^Sh; a description of the real estate you desire to pay taxes on. Your last ; tax recent .will ^greatly in this/Birinir it with you.' A statement of your .taxes due will be given upon request when accompanied-% description^ fproperty.: Prompt pay.:- ment is requested, as Lean make but one denmrid. •' : , :/ •••'•./'•'"•'"'••.; -:V"V- '••-'" '-'*"•• *••••'-."•" MurDhvsboro T11inni<i Msiv^ii 19 IQOA • ••••• ; ; • /.-v _ ^ - .' ..! . . . • •'-.«. o.,ROBERTS -: " Muipnysporo, Illinois, Maich 12, 1920 __,- . •-,-.:..;. .... ,|. ; Bounty; Treasurer and Ex-Qfficid CoUectbr, . De Sot&-8-l. ,De Soto, Tuesday, March 30th, at .Town'. 1 JhtS,lI. - .. . '. .. ___•. ' • / -. iLevan—8-3 Thursday," April-1st at Town Hall. •*'• Degognia—8-5 and 9-5 Jqnes Ridge, Friday Apr. 2nd, * . at ; iiemboekel Store. ., . ' , Fountain lBluff^-9-4 Jacob, Monday,,- April 5th,. 'at Town Hall. • . . •/•':

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