The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on March 26, 1920 · Page 4
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 4

Carbondale, Illinois
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Friday, March 26, 1920
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS 9260 9417 Easter Shopping is Here *• " : ' '^v^^ ' ' ' ' And what;is mcire delightful than a' look . \ through' our Ready-to-Wear Department.—Wher,e you will see the many new creations y in snappy.. - style ,c'oats...and nobby spring suits and dresses, , .,. just received from America's foreihost makers of -•.;% ,;v .-Ladies' 1 andj:Misses; Tailored*Garments.. . : • - - ' ; : . A • ' _ .' -'4 »'••-''•.•.".-.- J. ..,-•_. . . .' : . .. • • . _ We welcome the shopper. We'know y,oti .must , .. first look,;before yon buy.— : And. w.e are -always ^ 1 '; ' glad to "Show Goods."—Just come in arid 'try .t. . ' .. them on.." See for yourself what look best in. Examine the materials,. the finish, and test the fit. We're showing quite a range of Coats, • . " Suits and Dresses. You'll'be sure, to find one that '! will appeal to you. .... -Suits ijange 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 . n .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, . Malcom . Poole .has' -returned! from a. business trip 'in .the northern part of the state.>.-.'"•' L. A'..' went to Indianapolis., In'd., yesterday-for a few days'-busi- •ness visit. • •'....'.... Mrs. IT. J, Jones 'of iFrankfort Heights, is'the gnest 'of Mrs. J. P, ,Westerfie-Jd. ,_•' Mrs. Mike Albon and daughter ef DeSoto are gitests -of Mr. and Mrs..George. Atbori. • . C. E. WHit'e, internal revenue collector, was here from Muiipiiysboro on .business yesterday. . - — Ralph Thompson returned Thursday from a. 'several . days, business trip to Marianna, Fla. • •. • • . Orjier now your tor.ick .ice cream' for Sunday. JPow.ler's. .. ' .. Adv. Joe' Drury, who has been •witty-the Jolmson-Vancil-Taylor company , ; , for some time, went to St. Louis today,' where he has accepted a position with .the Monr-oe Clothing compariy. y 'F. O. Hamilton went to 'Chicago^ yesterday on a few days' business ] .WipT :• He was accompanied by his j j daughter, Miss Crete Hamilton, who '.is a'student at the University "of Chicago. Mrs. Parker Chastine left Friday night for Louisville,. Ky.,. .where she will visit 'her husband, who is located at l/ouisville with the .railroad company. Mr. Chastine had been located in Chica.go until a few weeks ago. •' j -Mrs. Bert R. Burr and children' went to DeSoto today for,a few days'* 'visit with relatives. After visiting .in DeSoto Mrs. Burr and children •will go to Springfield to fcm Mr. 1 Burr, who -is connected with the state Auditor's office. . . . A. 3?... iCarr, who has foeen atterici- ing the Normal, left Wednesday eve- hong ±'6r Waterloo, la., where,he will 'visit tor a few days. He iwill then .go to -Baltimore, Md., -for a visit- with relatives. Mr. Carr will attend school ^in Baltimore and expects; to •return to the' 'Normal next year and 'complete, his course. •L. EASTE Local News Mesdames. Ralph Hamilton, Bass a'nd Lester Hayton and .children spent today with Pyatt Jackson in Du Cecil Miss iEmtna Hall" of Herrin'. was their ,the guest Wednesday ° f M:iss Bva Mrs. ' Miss Hill iras en route to '•St. Louis. '!,'•'« SPILLER'S GARAGE To the Auto Owners of Carbondale' I have opened a r.epair shop in the Bain building, south of the Eoberts Hotel, and shall endeavor to give to auto owners a better class of repair work. If you want your car patched up, -don't bring it to me, but 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 f or the past nine years, it is unnecessary to say that all work i s j uaran teed. Side of the Square 111. The inlost remarkable selection we have ever been in position to show, riiese handsome new tie effects are the season's most notable fav6rites among stylish women.. ' . ;' • , • . , ' - •/'•'/ , One Eyelet Ties, Two Eyelet Ties, Plain Opera Pumps, • Fancy T.on'gue t 1 Pumps, and Colonial Pumps.— •-; Patent, Vici, Dull Kid, Brown Kid, Field Mouse Kid,..Black Suede.---Cov.ered Louis; Leather Louis, Military and School Heels. The styles are beautiful.—Newest fads of fee season. •' "'•'...•'• Sizes 21/0 to 8; widths 'AA to E. J. A, P (Congressman .E. ; E. Denfson of this ; Don't, fail to • take advanlnge of congressional .district, passed through , tlie sale of brassie-rs. Afrs. H. S. Carbondale Friday 'morning. '.Light foot.—Advertisement. Dr - Delia . has ' Tetnrned j - ; from a business trip to 'H'opknvsvffie ; Mi , ss Fannie Putcamp arrived home and tfaducah, Ky. 'ifrom Madison, Wis., Wednesday. She.has been' .attending the Wisconsin University and received her masters of arts degree at the end of the last semester in February. Miss Put-camp be in Carbondale for .the present. , E. K. Porter was an-Anna visitor yesterday. . ''.' R-.-LfMarberry of Fulton; Ky.^is. visrtinj-relatives here. Mrs. Frank Lingle was in Cambria yesterday .visiting relatives. '• Bridle ice cream .in all flavors a-t Fowler-ii. • . Adv. . Mr. and Mrs. Prank •' Dubbs are spending a-few days in St. Louis.' , Miss .Cecil Baker of Goreville -is visiting:..h'er aunt, Mrs. -Wm. Baker. . Raymond Hag-ler of Murpliyshor.^ was a' business visitor here' Thurs- ' day. ': , '•; V . . V iCbme .to Fowler's, a'fresh straw--'-' berry sundae. .. Adv. Itrs, Joe Winchester of Colorado Spring, ..Colo., ^ who is wishing relatives a.nd friends -in this vicinity went to-,.'-Eankakee' today for a few ' days' visit. " t \ . Miss Ella Dickie has accepted a j position 'as time- keeper at the gar- j|ment factory.' She. has been at Dr. Hi C. Mitchell's office for some time'. . • " •Delicious maple .nut and strawberry at Fowler's. Adv. Mrs.^R. L. .Rash Returned, to her home in Herrin' Thursday' after a few days' visit with' friends here:' [Mr.. and Mrs., Rash formerly resid- 'ed : in this, city, being connected with the..Jewel Tea Co.., can make your complexion what you wish •»«•* ..' . • *^ . i • • All the world loves a sweet, clear'complexion —the real foundation of' distinctive beauty. And this mark of feminine loveliness is within your reach. ' Your skin demands nourishment. Just as your body instinctively tells you through hunger of the. necessity for food, so does the skin indicate its starvation by the; danger signaja ot i blemishes, sallowness, dryhes's, wrinkles and • multitudes of'other age evils. The 'skiii're- quires more- than mere cleansing—it must have food to be soft, clear and beautiful. . " ' Many hundreds of years ago' women: renowned for their beauty'knew the .value of .cocoa butter. \Today its merits as;' food are generally known though' its inconvenient torm has prevented broad usage. Coco-Bloom is a cocoa butter cream— pure cocoa_ butter combined with other ingredients m a delightful, smooth cream that il easy to ''Pff}'-.,,-" "? so soft and velvety that it fairly melts littto the pores and only one-half to one* USnti ° f 7 facial crean » Coco-Bloom completely fiUs. every require- mentof the skin. Use it dailyasacleansingcream —a massage cream— a foundation for powder Remember, Coco -Bloom is cocoa *' butter cream, and it supplies exactly. wHat is needed to make your skin healthy.. • : • Send 10 cents to Coco-Bloom Laboratories, Cleveland, Ohio,for sample and instructive booklet "The Bloom of a. Perfect Skin," arpurchase a 75cjar today at any one of the following; • • ' Goss. Drug-Store. F. M. Hewitt: ; Johnson, Vancil, Taylo; 'Co. ':. • Seibert's Drug Store. Opera House Drug Store. tV "^ s oC-th

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