The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on April 1, 1920 · Page 3
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 3

Carbondale, Illinois
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Thursday, April 1, 1920
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THE DAILY EREE PRESS ' FOOD'SALE dence for the benefit .of the Carrtii The 75 million campaign -workers Onphanage, also will bold a food sale •will serve, lunch .on'Friday from 11. on Saturday afternoon'at J. (D. Rush- to 2 o'clock" at J. M. Ethertoh's resl- in S >s store. hew note—we've struck it" ^ ••, —Chesterfield N O "sharps", no "flats", but my I how Chesterfields do "Satisfy!" A delightful selection \ oi? fine Turkish and Domestic tofeac- .cos, harmoniously- blended — that's Chesterfield! DEACONESS Mc(jUlRE FROM! HOLDEN HOSPITAL Miss Mayme McGuire, former deaconess in >Iolden Hospital at Carbondale, lias been spending sev-| cral days in Chester .with her par ? cuts', Sheriff and Mrs. Jas. H. Me-' Guire. Miss McGuire is being trans- ! fcrrcd to Cleveland, Ohio, where i she >vi!l be employed in the ,Dea- cor.ess' Home or' at the church. In, ['departing- from Carhondale 'Missj ' McGuire was the recipient of many nice presents.—Chester .Herald. A. PREMO, CONTRACTOR GETS CONTRACT AT M'BORO A Premo, the contractor who built the new Earth Theatre,, and has since done other work here, been awarded a contract to build ! a house for William Path at Mur- I OHJCHESTER SPILLS W, v fllR »IAMON» BUANI>. yV T.nd[pfl! Ask your l>ruccrl«t for /j\ Ch!-cbuw-tei-al>i»n">»*lUi-nnd/£y\ IMIls in Red and Gold metnlUc\^*y boxes, scaled' with Blue Ribbon. >V^ •.sssAi-sefe.sia^iffitEha DIAMOND J1KAN1> PI1.I.S, for OS y ears i;nown as Best,Safest. Always Reltaiilc SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE PITA SHU More Days And w.e are shp.wing the most complete line of Oxfords and Pumps, that we have ever -showji in the history of this store. All the Season's hits. One eyelet ties, plain opera pumps, fancy tongue pumps, colonial > pumps, and 'laces.—Oxfords, g'a- "l lore in high Louie and Military 'heels! Reed make with welt soles and Blum-en- thoes .kid sto,ek, all sizes and widths. Mother, don't think we have fpr- ; gotten the little ones, as we are showing the largest line of children's shoes and oxfords and straps, 'with welted and turn spies, and reasonably priced. J. A. PATTER ; On The Corner Easter Hats of We are proud of our Spring display which embodies over-:. convincing: mark of quality desired by men who know and want good Headwear. The finest productions of America's most noted hat makers. Hawes Guaranteed Hats $5, $6, and $7.50 Cloth Caps $1.50 to $4.00 Porter- Bros. Hats ^.... $4, $5 .and $6.00 PATTERSON —Chesterfield O VER; three, million smokers'—^ dyer three million friends— know the? "satisfying" goodness of CKestier- field's : expert blend 'of fine-Turkish and Domestic tobaccos. They know — "they satisfy." physboro. It will be a, $6,000 home. -This is • the second contract 'Mr. Premo has had 111 .Murphysboro. NYLE HUFFMAN RECOVERS FROM INJURIES OF FIRE Nylc Huffman, gassed and burne/.l, in Sunday's fire, has recovered fromj slight injuries suffered in the fire. His face was -blistered in several places. No serious result's . have come from the injury, however. Artificial respiration' had to .be used With Huffman following his injury. STATE FORESTRY OFFICIAL , TO ADDRESS TEACHERS . R. B. Miller, state forester, from here to attend part of the sessions of the teacHers' convention. Be will address the section of Voca- ,tional Agricultural Teachers on /'Forestry Instruction in .Vocational (Agriculture." ' , :, a a . • i. •. J. aL i WEDNESDAY CLUB MEETS WITH JffiRS. BATES . -The Wednesday Club met at the home of Mrs.. Herbert A. Hays yes- .terflay afternoon. The members enjoyed a very interesting, program. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Harris and children visited rclatives : in' Marion Tuesday. While there Mrs.' Harris attended a farewell party at the home of Mrs. ' W." S. Burkharl, given in honor o'r .Mrs. F. G. Campbell, who. is leaving 'for Sheridan, Wyoniuig. Mrs. Campbell is aj niece of Mrs. Harris. / Mrs. J-. F. Meis'fcr and son went 'to Paducah Wednesday for a few days', visit. Awake! A shaft of. Heavenly fire Han touched ths cloud and tipped the spire. .. The frosty clod no more is cold, Thr violet stirs beneath the moid, For tliio is Easter morning! • Arise! The buds "begin to swell, From bush and brake.and field and ^feil '- ' ;:•*•*•'-$••..• 4 A clear and joyous''anthem floats v From scores of litiieV- feathered throati, ."'.'.'• For this is Easter mprning!. Behold! The soul of Allan today Casts off the sepulcher of. clay : And, crowned with.lilies, mount* the .skies ' 1: To walk with God in paradise, For this io Eastei' morning! (CopyrlBht, 1920, Western ^owspaper Union.) If you are troubled! with pains or achesj "feel tired; have hea'dache, indigestion, insomnia; painfuipass- .age of urine, you xvill find relief in Easter Over There. To wasted fields far over there Where long white lines of crosses are, Shall sunshine come and showers; And God -will walk where crosses are, And that lone lastd, denuded, bare, Shall emerald be—a green parterre, All radiant with flowers. —Rsbecca Farson McKay. The world's sfendard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder: arid mic_acid troubles and National Remedy of'Holland since 4696. Three sizes, all druggists. " Guaranteed. Look' for the name Gold Medal on every box .' and accept no imitation LOCAL ORCHESTRA Friday Night [Nails Always Beautiful <—tho' you do your own housetpork This is cnaae ; .poasible by the new-,liquid nail polish. , : • It is simply ; applied with^'brash, and allowed to dry. No duffing required— and the, polish will last a-week. Glazp protects''the hail and cuticle •.'".' ^ Your: druggist has it — SOc.a boitfe. • (.THE GLAZQ. COMPANY - Cincinnati, Ohio ' Opera House Drug Siore. F. M. Hewitt. WANTED. WAN.TED—Position.' as stenographer ..or'bookkeeper; well qualified. Miss IBelen Charles, Route 1, Carbondale. Pl'ione 844-5. ' . ' Johnson, • Vancili Taylor Go, Se'ibert's: Drug. Store! .. A TU|: PEOPLE'S COLUMN Cash In Advance. ' One month,' per: word 1*' One • week, pel;: word. .'... ..Oi Oua insertion, per .word'....'... ..01 Three insertions',' per!word .......Oi \yANTEp—To ' 'hear from' sonic 1 party having money to loan at 7 per, cent. Can give sood security. Addrcs5'""M" care Free Press. "•FOR SAX/E—Willard storage -Battery—6 to 8 volts... May be seea-at Settlemoirs shoe hospital. Good "as new.. '-'•;-• • •': ' .IFOR SALE—JFord..touring,. car.'(in good'.con-dition.' Eif H.' Kirdy, feuti- .1- :'• .•''•'' " ''.'"" "m29-%fc FOR SAI/E. T7 -{Jray_ reed toby buggy. Call at 820'South Illinois ave- aue - - m20 r .6t FOR. SALE—Five'room house. Tele• phone .466-K. ' ; : H23~-3t FOR SALE—Several -hundred 1 loads dirt, cheap. Phone 59, or 163—W Sam G. Hill: WANTED—Young n-,im and girls for factory worlt. Experience not required. ' Good wages. Nine-hour day with ten hours pay.—The Oliver Typewriter Company, Woodstock, 111. m24tf WANTED—Lady or genlelman in Carbondale for Watkins Famous Products. Watkiris goods known, everywhere Big profits. Write today. Watkins Company. 51,' Winona, Minn. FOR SENT. • .FOB . KENT—[i'-uraiished room. Modern. Gentleman preferred. 1 .210 Hospital Drive.' Telephone 69. m27-6 FOR. RENT—Furnished room. Hod-: ern. Gentleman preferred. 210; Hospital Drive. "Telephone. 69. M26—6t FOR SALE—We -buy, raise and' sell , fur-bearinp _ rabbits, am! other j;fur-bearing animals. Lis.t. what you have v.-ith us .stating your, lowest prices on large lot shipments. The Fur &' Specialty Farming Co. 515.517 N. P. Ave., Fargo, ly. Dak. M19—lino. LOST .Gray overcoat "between JSDringrer street and Eayl.iss JField. Ed Mctiuirer . F. L. LPGLE, M. D. General Pfactic* .' Special attention to Eye, Ear, tli*, "•'•id Threat '" "'-"•" Q(«MM FItUd Phtnet: Residence 330-2, Offie* XSO-1 1BA.TVIILTON & BRADLEY • Attorneys at Urar Phone 262 K Suite 112-118 New Hamilton Building FOB RENT—Two furnished rooms. Modern. 400 West Oak St. FOB RENT—Two wont rooms OT« Style Stop, for office or sleeping rooini. Apply Miss Kieth, Normal and Monro* St. FOR'RENT—Farm, 40 acres, east of Carbondale, good orchard and fine place cor cantaloupes. Also grain crops. Reasonable terms to reliable party.-, Apply Miss Maggie Rieth. DELIA CALJJWEJLJL, M. D. McANALLY BINLDIMS 211 West Main StraCi DfTca Hours—a to lu «.M.; 2 to 4 f. • CARBONDALE CANBY KITCHEN , ^ riome Made Candle* end let Craii>* ~& " Teiephono M4 Y V = FOR RENT—Storage lor household goods, in tie one story brick building, cement floors, on alley back of me» Barth Theatre. Apply Miss Rieth. FOR SALE. SALE—New brick bungalow, ibasement under entire house, all 'modern, hardwood floor. 804 West (Walnut street, Cai'ibondale, 111. Price $7500. Also new .bung-alow, 4 large rooms, large lot close to school. 50il iSoutfh Marion street, Carbondale, 111. iPrice' 32250. Will carry one-fourth •value on either place. For particulars write Curtis Brickey, N. Can- .St., Whitehall, 111. al-6.t •- ; ' Telephone No. 159 JESSE HAYES £.,' Kinds of Moving and Transfer Work. ! H, O. HALL & CO. { FEED, COAL AND POULTRY ! SUPPLIES 1 Pnone 233 SALE—Lot in desiralble part of tho city at a bargain. m31-2t W. A. BRANDON, M. D. GENERAL PRACTICe AND TH« EYE Eyet Tested QiamM Pitted Bldg. Cw-bondul*. Ill .1. FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Red ' Eggs for setting. Cheap. Phone 270^K, M31—6t FOli SALE—House and extra-lot, if desired. Address C, care of Free Press. ' m31-3t FOR SALE—Carbondde garage, 66x 1"(HJ ft. double floor, new brick on South side opposite hospital. Known as Kjyptian or Myers' garage. Price $12',t)0t).—,Curtis Brickey, Whitehall, 111. . . ' : niSL-ot . FiOli SA'LE—8 room modern House. •A\\ conycniences. Two unproved lots. -410 •North Springer. Phone ' / .mSl-.&t - FOR SALE JTer.ce posts ? Call 8395 m31-6t FOll SALE—Barred Rock eggs for . ihatching. Phonie 354K. Mrs. Geo.'n. , FOK SALE—Surrey.- Good condi- t;oi@ witli top. -Sec S.. N. Fowlor at d'owler's candy store. '"' mSOtf FOR SALE—Seven room house, modern, except heat. 505 Rawlings. . • : ' M30—6t DR. H. H. ROTH Practice limited to Disease* of EYE, NOSE, EAR and THROAT Over Wooiworth Store, '" Murphysboro, III. LAUKA E. SWARTZ OSTEOPATHIC PHYWCIAN Chronic Dlieatei i Specialty Office In Laud«r-Nlchol» BM|| W. W. HAMILTON Coal and Ice MACKEY COAL OFFICE Phon« 204 DR. j: W. BARROW NEW HAMILTON BtJILDINtt^ H»ur» » to 1i A, M. and 2 to • £ • .. PHONE SS Vlrflnlk ECONOMY COAL YARD J. B. WOODS, PROP. X< WMhad Nut, E«g and Liim- Phone 149 K. HENRY BAIN TRANSFER GET OUR PR!CE« Phone 342 K "When, good fellows get , together, I'm right there" — Chesterfield HpHE most companionable bunch of tobac£os ever rolled into a cigarette — silky, aromatic Turkish, ' and fine, full-flavored Domestic, expertly chosen and expertly blended. That's Chesterfield. And they sure do "satisfy!"

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