THE DAILY FREE PRESS Local News ;;vFrank Hopkins was here from >ia.- , Wednesday. . l ice crenm in ali flavors at Fawter's. • Ad*. . v.'-Mrs. Ed Stoker and Mrs. G. W. Hsirris and son visited relatives and friends in Makanda-yesterday. •^Continued sale on bassiers ' from sizte\40 up. *dv ail . : 3Mte>.- G. W. Russell, who spent the .wjnter with her daughter, Mrs. E. H. ifynn, has returned to her home in Broofcport. >l' ss Helei » Grief visited friends in Du Quoin l ast ni g ht . Try our maple walnut ice cream. p 0 x Drug Co. Al—4t ;.vpeK«ious maple nut and strawberry at Fowler's. Adv l Lyan of Broofcport, who iwas •operated "on for appendicitis at Hol' tfen hospital, has been removed to the ih'bnje of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. El H. Lynn, on West Monroe street, "flftis. Earl Lynn and toby are, also •if- the Lynn home here. .Bassier sale continued at Mrs. H. '" E. Lightfoot's. corset'shop. adv; al ' .Claucte 'Dixon returned yesterday from a few days' visit with, relatives. JTheroti Lollar, who teachers in ,the MclCIure schools,:is home for- the 1 .teachers' meeting. ' S. A. Mitchell is here from Mattoon visiting relatives. Mrs. Mitchell ,and baby have been here for. several days- illrs. Pyatt' Jackson, who ha; been visiting her parents-, Mr. and Mrs. j. W. HcKmn-ey, returned yesterday ; to her home in Du Quoin. She was .accompanied home by .Miss-Dorothy (Metfert for a few -days' visit.^ Mark Underbill was here from Du Quoin Wednesday.. Robert Nappier of -Kansas City, Mo., is the guest of J. E. Campbell and family. .Special prices on 'Easter millinery. -T^M-rs./B.'R. Scott. aa-3t • .Mrs. B. L. Wilson'is-visititig her jparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Buck- 'jiam, of Morganville, Ky. ,' Mrs. E. L. Chapman and son arc spending tire week with relatives at Springfield. Auburn and Pawnee. Special showing of $5 and ifS hats Friday and Saturday at Taggart Hat Shop. Al—2t Mrs.'Hallie Farley was a St: Louis' visitor Tuesday. Oome in End see our line of Easter fiats.—'JSh'te'rprise Millinery. al-3t Mrs. 'Waiter Trammel! and Mrs. Louis Morfield visited relatives in Makanda Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs: Claude Fox- and daughter, .Margaret, are spending .a few days in St. Louis. -' I Mrs. Anise Wilson returned to '•her home in Marissa-yesterday af- 1 tcr a visit with Mrs. H. C. Moss. We will give no more credit afer April 1, 1920.—Prince Cleaners-. . - ! . - M30—6t Viola Danna —IN— "THE MICROBE Why was called the Microbe^ nd where did she .come from? To «* a story of' cre.t depth, full of humor. patho a and romance, 3 ee thTs-a. slice ;o( life--a m o 9 t h union and uppeahng. ,tory. AUo BRAY'S TRAVELOCrUE. 7 and 8:30 P. M. ' 11 and 22 Cents FRIDAY—ELSIE FERGUSON IX THE "ANALANCHE." - •^^£^£4* itfc^ ik^ "^ ^** • T^~-* -, .7^ '\ \ 'What have you got'for supper j° • Sweetheart?" Sometimes lie says it, always he thinks it—for, to most 'men, a good supper is they crowning event of the'day. Valier's Enterprise Flour 13 macle with the iclca that people eat to enjoy eating, as well as to nourish tneir bodies. This superlative flour makes baking that folKs/enjoy to tKo utmost. Its delicious flavor and lightness comes from tKe finest flour part of the choicest hard wheat. "Community" is Valicr'u hicH- grade popular-priced Hour. It has made lioatc of fr: = ndc. Mrs. . J. E.; Youngblood was a passenger to: Chicago .Wednesday. | Mrs. Mark Underbill of Du Quoin; (Visited friends here yesterday. ; Spring models—'an array 'of 'th.e most' fastidious and latest models.— Mrs. H.-E. Ldgh't&ot. adv al iHave just received a classy line of ''Easter millinery, 202 East Oak. al-3 Miss Jannita Hatch is'spending a fc\v days -with relatives in Ccn':ralia. j. iNew spring model corsets and' j"corrtiners, also new camisoles.—Mrs. H. .bJ. Lightl'oot. _ adv al •R. E. Holliclay of Marion was' in j the city between trains Wednesday. Mrs.' J. H. Campbell and children haye returned from a visit with relatives at Chaffee, Mo. Mrs. Rose Brown of St. l^ouis is i ; vis7i;in,g 'Cai-bondale reLitiyes and ! ATTENTION, FARMERS We Are Handling REID'S "YELLOW DENT" and REID'S "SILVER MINE" -WHITE 1 SEED; CQRN j / • This corn guaranteed 95% .germination and is a very early variety. Shelled and ready-for your, Planter. ; . We have : a. limited amount.' Price $4.50 per ' bushel at" mill. CARBONDALE MILL & ELEVATOR CO. iMr. and Mrs. A. S. Fra^grui were | I iliere yesterday en route to their'home • in ElkviHe from Murphy'sboro. Mrs. .Franklin, was formerly Miss Pearl 'iBntson. J. • M.' Johnson and Dr. W. F. Eag'leson, participated in the men's Brotherhood meeting at the .Presbyterian church in Murphj'sboro Tuesday night. .TlicYe were about I ninety men present. You must clean.the stomach and } bowels, purify the blood. each Spring, or you leave Winter's germs and impurities in ypnr blood and system. Drive them away, clean out the stomach and' bo\yels,—take Hoi- lister's Rocky Mountain Tea, a Spring cleanser-purifier. 35c. Tea or Tablets.—Seibert's Drug Store.—Adv FOOD SALE PIE SOCIAL ,Go to J. D. Bushing's store'for .?*« Iadies society of' the firemen tyour pies, cakes and candjes next ' *ngmemen wi l gi.e a ISafeday afternoon. al clal . at Woodman" next Tuesday night.—Adv. .- • M27—ot tt Nothing wrong with our balance! -Chesterfield •T^HEright balance - 1 - of costly Turkish and choice Domestic *obaccos, proper* tioned by experts— that's why Chester- ields "satisfy?" When you are overworked, feel i listless or 'languid, or when yon • can't sleep or eat, belter, take Hol-( | lister's Rocky Mountain Tea, livens | 1 you up, purifies the blood, soothes i and regulates 'the stomach, makes, 1 you eat nnd sleep. A real . Spring Medicine 35c. Tea or Tablets—Seibert's Drug Store.—Adv. j The Jury AND indfolded .THE DARING TEST :• ' '--?-••' - • - N Six thousand teachers and principals oi New York heard the New Edison in a triumphant test with the actual voice. J. W. MILLIGAN EXCLUSIVE DEALER ; • -^ Carbondale, Murphysboro and Anna.
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