The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on March 25, 1920 · Page 4
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 4

Carbondale, Illinois
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Thursday, March 25, 1920
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THE DJiILY FREE PRESS 94(34 Easter Shopping is Here And what is more delightful than a lodk through oui* Ready-to-Wear Department.—Where you will see the many new creations in snappy- style coats and nobby spring suits and dresses, -just received front America's foremost..makei-s of Ladies' and Misses' Tailored Garments.- . ^ We welcome the shopper. We know you must first look, before you buy.—And we .are always' .-.. glad to "Show Goods."—Just come in and try •;'•' them on. See for yourself what.styles you look ' ' best in. Examine the materials, the finish, x and test - - : the 'fit. We're showing quite a range of Coats, Suits and Dr.esses. You'll be sure to find one that - . will appeal to you. Suits range in price from'$25.00 up. Coats range in price from $9.85 up. .' ' "Dresses range in price from.$9.85 up. Announcing a Special Pre-Easter Millinery Showing. Of trimmed and tailored hats, and in extending you an invitation to this special display we-' . feel sure that you will be amply repaid, by seeing many new models as well as the completeness of our other stocks anticipating the season's demands. Just come in and see them. • • THE'LEADER MERC, co, Local Donald Moss was a Centralia visit- ior last night. • • . ' . '•'• 'Mrs; -Will riuggott, Mrs. Eva-.Zint- •jTnermanj Mrs. ' Elmer /Ch'ristoph and ;Miss Nellie. presse-laft 'Thursday, for". J. Ei.'MItcKll. was a 'business visitor in S^'IjcJiis, yesterday.. .,.-.. .- Mrs. 'Waripn Don-is was in, <West Frankfort yesterday on business. • Mrs. Cy London, has -returned to J)u .Quoin, after.a short visit here,.. __o !' ' \ " •' -day. iC. B. Gr,ady returned yesterday. rfrom a few days' visit in Johnston ,City. ... Dancing- from 9 to 1 Thursday night at Elks' flower Carnwal.m24-2 Mrs. <P. T. Kalbache-r and ";balby returned yesterday f rom . a visit with relatives in Brookpoi*. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hunter were business visitors in -Marion, Car'ter- ville and Herrin yesterday. • v i iMrs. E. L. Robin-son .of Elizabeth- itcnvn is visifing her brother, Ohas. A. Gullett, and family. 7 Mrs. V. F. Lyons and .daughters .returned yesterday from St. James, .where they visited a-elatives.' Mrs. Clay Hawkins is assisting in l the ready-to-wear and millinery dei partmen't of the Johnson-iVancil-Tay- I lor store uritil after Easteir; Mrs. Maggie Sharp of Brookport i .is the guest of her mother, Mrs.'Julia iTJell. She is returning from a visit' with relatives in Cherokee, Iowa. I Mrs. W. G. .Walkup of Pinckneyville was here yesterday and attend- ! .ed .the meeting- of the Oak street club iit the'home'of 'Mrs. John ,W. Allen. •P. G.' 'Pendorf;; formerly'- of ' this' I .city was a business visit here yes- |\terday. Mr. Pendo'rf is with the Na- . tional Carbon Co., of iCleiveland, O. Mrs. Grace 'A. Henry of (Maple- wood'was here between trains .today en route from .Golconda to Irvington. Mrs. Henry is chief of instructors of the Hebekah State Assembly and is well known here, having -visited here a'ber s of 'times. , .' |New Orleans, where they w-ill'spend . J. L. East Jr. of- Chicago is ^a'bnsi-J'ja week. ' - •,''••' '(ness visitor'he-re. - ' ' "~—° ' !' • • '——o— . . |. . WORKERS.. MEET ' W. -W,. Fisher of Mur.phystioro was ]' Th,e Sevetity-fi'ye Million b.ollar. 'a Carbondale visitor''yesterday. . '.'Workers of the Baptist church held i : '''.-.' ——o-— . . ' ' '(a meeting at-the ,home'of Mrs. P..-E. !" 'iH.' G. MoCormict.of Centi-alia vis- .Michaels .yesterday afternoon; __ They 'ited -the H. E. :; Exlh"y''faniily yestef- -iiecided to. sarve lunch during the iHeber .'CrpTveU;,retuTned-last niffht ; from a few 'flays' business 'trip '.to ;Chicaco. : .'I (Southern Jll'inois teachers' , jne.i.'i week. 'meeting ' ' .Mrs. W. E. "terday with .City. i. spent W. C. T. U. W. C.' T. U.' UviH meet in the basement of the 'Baptist ' .churcl afternoon at 2:30. Leade: i. Goings'.; . ' M2S^-1 .Mrs. .P.. E. .-Hatch aittepded'-atf Ea'st-', ern Star m««tinf .ini. ''BinekneyVille Jast Jiijjht.".'/..,' .,.•"•'•.'. '•.''.'• Strawberries at Haley's Grocery , ' • . . .M2S—1 ~'~' Women Made Young Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body , full of youth and health may be yours if you will keep your system. in order by regularly .taking GOLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric' acid troubles, th» enemies of life and loo'-s. In use sine* 1696. : All druggists, three sizes. Look for li» nun* Gold Mcd«l on onrr k»» .and accept no imitation . . CHICHESTER SPILLS VL«^ -•cnE-i>iAM»» I >. BBi '*»: S\ -. 1*111* invBe^.ftnd Void wetalUcX I boxes, seeled with Blue Ribbon. ' Taker n* other. Boy ofyoup v ^ Uruiilrt. AskfotCIII.CIJjES-TERa I>JA"O.ND BBANJ> PILLS, foe as yeazslciioTroftsBest,Safest,AlMj-s Reliable SOlDB^DRDQOiSISEVERYHMERF You'll hear -the best music and attend the ibiggest dance of year at 'Elks' Home Thursday. Elks only. m24-2t i'lowers will be given as favors a.t door to all Elks' and ladies attending Flower Carnival Thursday. m24-3t The Elks Dance Thursday night will be informal. M24—2t .WAS A MAN OF A ~~TYP EWORTHY TO A COMMUNITY Hemy Wiarfield White was born in Herrin 53 years ago,'died March 20tih. He 'had lived in Carbondale for the -last 20 years. "The. deceased was a v- father of- 7 children, four of whom survive with their mother. Mr. White, when a young man attended college, studying for ttie' ministry, but was forced to i give up his schooling on account of the circum- stances'of his family. Although during his life he was found upholding the principles with which hia first calling inspired him. Following the break in his school TfoTt, foe mar- SPILLER'S GARAGE To the Auto Owners of Carbotidale' I. have opened a repair shop in the Bain building, sojith of the Roberts Hotel, and shall endeavor to give tS auto owners a better class of repair' work. If you want your car patched up; don't bring it to me, but 1 if you want a first class repair job. I would like to do it.— I will also handle batteries, tires, .and accessories. E, A. SPILLER Dodge and Maxwell Service a Specialty Telephone No. 273 p. S. — I have been, in the auto business here for the past nine years, it is unnecessary to say that all work i: guaranteed- East Side of the Square Carbondale, ried. As a ihead of a family he did all he could to make theni a living and provide the necessities of a home, having a Ja'rge family. This was at .times .difficult, ibut he was none the less consistent in his efforts. t 'As a. workman he was regarded unusually industrious and held no fear for honest labor, which lie was doing at 'the .time of his cfatal .accident, ng. .engaged in a work, that of climbing and trimming trees, which young men would not be desirous to do, to say^ noflhing- of a man past fifty. He was energetic and active, with always a word for everyone. The Fa-ee Press, having employed him as.a. workman at times, in every instance proving himself efficient. Bis ivas that of '-a man who contributed his usefulness to fhe community toy faithful. and honest efforts. ; Relatives and friends here have re- •ceived word'from Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Dippell and family .that they are well iplcased .with "their jnew home at Dallas, Texas:"'Mr. Dippell is an; architect and has been in Ballas for some '(time, Mrs. Dippell an-d children" join- ling him a short time ago. •Among those going to Slakanda on No. 5 yesterday to attend the funeral .of Mrs. Susan White were: James Sill and (family, George Sill and family, Jiev. H. ,T. Abbott and Mr. and ,Mrs. iKutcher of Muirphysboro and John Sill and family of this city; Mrs. White .was the mother of t'ha Messrs. .Sill. Wink'er's orchestra 'has finally been seciired .to .play return engagement for Elks' dance Thursday. This is the orchestra Uhat scored the big hit at 'barn dance. m24-2t Don't fail ,to attend Flower Carnival Thursday night. Last big -social event of -season >at Elks' Home.rn24-2 BOSKYDELL , ' 'March 15th. Dallas' Hanson of Murphysboro -visited his mother, Mrs. Bona Hanson, Sunday. < **''l|!l9l l !li .. C. E. Biggs, visited ihis .daughteV, Mrs: Hatstie L-ipe, Sunday. •Mr. .and Mrs. James Hbilli'day of Durry were .Sunday guests of the •former's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. 'Ho Mi day, Sunday. Misses Katie and .Maggae /Braswell, Edna:-.and Elsie. .Burke were 'Sunday .afternoon visitors at the home of W. A. .Brewer. iMr. and Mrs. Truman Cox and Mrs. {Mina Allen spent Sunday : iwithj- Mr. ' and Mrs. John Biggs. . .Miss -Gertrude Skinner has returned from St. Louis,- where she was entertained at ,a house party at Vhe Jiome .of Miss Tillie .Salter, who is v well known here and who has frequently 'been the guest of Miss Skinner. Miss Inez HoHenberg-er of Car- .boncUila .was also ;an invited guest of JMiss Salter at her party..—Du Quoin Call. Mi's. Harve De-lap of .Carbondale was .a Sunday .guest at the home of Mr. -and ,Mrs. Pyiatt Jackson nortfh of v town. Mrs. 1 De!ap was formerly Mis= ,Dean .Harriss, daughter of W. W .Haiu-iss of Denny, and until recently Jived at Inlianapolis. Her husband js a mail clerk on the HHnois Cen- .tral.—Du Qioin Call. j •W. G. Ca-ter an4 daugihter, Miss Lucfle left, kst night for Indianapo lis, Ind., to .jttend.the funer^of Mrs J. E. .Steveison, who. is the" inotihe of Lieut, McCrea Stevenson, who wa killed in thefsame .batUe, the air figh of St. Mihiet, in whicfh Lieut. Arthu, E. Carter list his life.. Lieut Car 'ter'was a An of Mr. CaTter. .'Mis •Carter Press. Is a 1 reporter for .the Free \ THE CORSET DOLLAR " Gettin S y<? ur money's worth" in these days of increasing costs and the diminishing value of dollars ' ' . ; A as it applies to corsetsj is not so much in; the' price you pay as in the garment you buy. The corset you . .. discard after a few uncomfortable wearings, ror the corset you continue to wear at the expense of your ap- pearance, health "and peace of .mind, is .the corset you cannot afford., . -- . . • EVERY GOSSARD *S CORSETS Is worth every cent that you pay for it. MRS: H, E. LiGHTFOOT Garbondale Natl. Bank Bid \ EASTER Oxfords! Ties! Pumps! N The moat remarkable selection we have ever been in position to show. These handsome new tie effects are the season's most notable favorites among stylish women. s > E.P.REED SCO, One, Eyelet Ties, Two Eyelet % Ties, Plain .Opera Pumps, F'a n c y To.n g,ue Pumps, and Colonial Pumps.— Patent, Vici, Dull Kid, Brown -Kid, Field : Mouse."Kid, Black Suede.—Covered Louis, Leather Louis, Military and School Heels. - ' . v , • . \ • • • ./The .styles are beautiful.-J-Newiest fads of the season. . "^ . : . : ' , ^ . Sizes 2i/| to 8; widths AA to E. . J. A. PATTERSON & CO.

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