Alton Evening Telegraph, September 12, 1922, Page 6

Alton Evening Telegraph

September 12, 1922

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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 12, 1922, Alton, Illinois rn jiflf n ^ ' : ti'FSP AY. SEPTEMBERJVlflg. ALTON EVEN1NG_TEXEGKAPH rn Williams Brid,. Tbs brid*. Itll own a* OI" Williams Bridge U now comp ete by the coo-t—rinn Foster nod Lawrence-Through the effort* ot Mr our Highway Commissioner aud • Weyehra of Footer township the coo *tnj<*tion of this bridie was brou* J£uL It I*    proporttonately hHh# two township*. This t» determined by th# Tarnation •»* “JJJJJ menu of the township#. Th* X* cost of the bridie wa. IU**;-Wood BJ tot townabip I* paying 3 Fo.ter town.hip    , with a, concrete structure reinforced w *^rb# detour prov.ded    \ i«rid«e wa. under construction wa* EJS* Mr HOTT «" U Latin* rendering .od oMn§ the d* at the Wood River bridie now ender construction    between    f Ilion and Alton. The plan he I. working out will meen no doit no dirt on the detour. Wood River School Ce roll rn .et Tho Wood R ver achoo* opener with lh. lane.! '"fT.lk” ever bad for tho first week. enroll IM, baildIOT. w..h,»«toa. Wood RlTer, Lincoln and the woo®-row Wilson school, here a total en- ^Bviry thing3I. moving .mng nkfljf, B.OT«b» «*•* t'Lti way and a fine .y.tem Is being u.t Homer Ferguson In *Jardl" rdln Homer Ferguson :• la H*r. l“ where he ha. eccOFted a Homer will remain until some time In December when he will return to Truck* Delivering Coco Cole, Tho Coco Cole people frc-n A ton . were delivering In a fn* *** ®J*h Do* M*c" Truck yoeterdey they have just purchased Royal Neighbor* to Moot Tbs Royal Nslahbora regular rn** OUT OUR WAY caused (rom lbs bite of ny wit 11 AMS he!(i    _    .    Trt_ I this yssr. The Utile z BY WILLIAMS Hmb. ITuSSZrl■ Rote I erin, nicely. looked forward to. Continued on Pei# 9 Mrs. Mailer "and Mrs. Dr. Allen made a “bort busine., trip to summertletd Friday by motor. Week Eel** Viators MIM Hsmiltoo ba.    ° Wcor River from a week end trip » tTVy Home from Motor Trip Mr. end Mr#. On* ' home from a short motor trip to Missouri.    _    . Howe Stand #t th# A7*r’c?Tthe A news stand hu been added American Shoo Sh ning P*^r ^Ti one cen procure ******* n* In! materiel of different kinds. Bowlin! Season Soon to JJM September 10th. open# the *^n* Mason here, with William Adame. aa mensger. A meeting wl place Tuesday evening*! the bo lng alley, end the league will On Sick List Floyd Wallace is HI *l Hi# h°I“® ‘’J bu Star. Mr. Jetne. Welnwrl,bt of Madison Avenue. Wood Rlvor to Havo Lyceum Tho Wood River Schools will hav? , lyceum «urse. th. Mute! Morgan Bureau to furnish the talent. Five numbers will bn «lj«® toto 1 winter. The first number will be given the night of October 27th. All number, will be given In the Audits turn of the Lincoln school build lng. Fourteen busine#* men will be the guarantors Season tickets for adults will soon be offered for amie. also for nchool children. buy Jonathan Apples Now. •»>.-j ------- ...    All    number*    come very highly rec mg    end    the    league    will be ommended and M Ute Lincoln build formed. A representative from etob    ^    %    large    auditorium    they    wll team is expected to be present et that ^    ^    a    large    num-    J ame.    ^    «««a!her of people end seat them quite Last year our teems made some I - • .. a  ann An. average* and became <j>H*r£ flcient bowlers, with some fine game# played during the season. To Have New Home In pl,J DCr UI    mss'*  --~ comfortably. A successful tours# is Can supply your orders, lar*e or small quantities, at orchard. ftt price, ranging from 60c to fl.00 per bushel. Irving M. dirk, Brighton, III. phone Bell or Kin. 43 r L Paton Is having a fin® heme built In Part, view. th. -orb la under way and Mr. Paton wll! lug °IiITuke Place Thursday even- tog Shanks Moving to St. Louis The Shanks Clothing store jolted on Ferguson Avenue heve decided to quit business bere and will move o Bt Louis- They were formerly from that place, end came here    | year ago, Mr. and Mrs. Shanks were popular young people here sad dur- j log their stay in Wood River have, mac numerous fr ends who sill gyet to learn of their denature Motor Party Enjoy the Day Mr and Mrs. Dick Roff, Dr. ®®d I Mrs W. Tonktnson from Wood River > and Mr and Mrs Joe Lamb from Al ton formed a motor £ar‘* lo J?1 Louts end Edwardsville Sunday. The nertv enjoyed a pleasant outing. Esther Webb Resigns Position Either Webb who has been employed es book keeper md cashier tor the (joltier Coni Compony has resigned her position with the company. Springer Busy (Jetting Speeder! Bis Bp ringer, police officer ie busy keeping speeders from running ever everybody In the town as some of them seem to want to do judging from the way they step on it when they pass through Wood Rlvor nr.d many of our own citlsens seem to keep pace with them pretty lively. It j ii a dally cccuranee, to have to stop driven heciuie they wont slow down at the proper speed, so Mr. Springer has been doing a lively busine*i picking them up th* lent few days. New Touring Car Purchased Mr end Mrs Louis Hoffman of Maple Wood have purchased a new For touring car. Mr Hoffman seem* to have mastered th* art of driving It, already they have enjoyed several trips to th# beck yard with fine luck. Return Home From Weddlnfi Mr. and Mrs John Wimbester have returned home from Troy, where they vis.ted with relatives end attended the wedding of a cousin during their stay there Accepts Position with Lumber Co. John Peek from Medora has accept sd a position with th# Stoke Lumber Company and will live in Wood River tcboel Board Meets The School Board held their regular meeting leat night They met in the school house Will Occupy the Hoppe House ’ Mr. Mct.'re!leas from Medora has rented the Hoppe boose on Lorena avenue from P A Swan Meny Attend Rip Vee Winkle Dance. A Urge number of Wood River people motored to Alton Saturday and attended the dance at Yoeta Perinton,' which wai given by the R~P v?n Winkles. A plate lunch wa* served which wee highly enjoyed tho»* present Goes to West Baden Mr and Mra. Fred Mlchela have left •or Weal Baden, Indiana, where they will remain for an indefinite period, for the benefit of Mr. Mtcheli health Mr, Michels ha* been IU for some time and they are hoping the change will greatly benefit hts health. Returns From VUU Mrs W. Tlpston U home after «pending a pleasant week to Peoria with relative#. the home Of Rev. C W. Webb on Lorena Avenue, Thursday evening. The evening will be spent In a social way. by the young people. Attend# Club Meeting In Alton. Mr*. H. A- Loa its of Lorena avenue attended a club meeting in Alton today. The ladle* attending were token to the home of Mrs. W rn. Ga-beral In car*, where the meeting wa* move into the new home as soon aa It ta complied Former Resident Weds In New York. Henry Noel a former empire ™ the Standard, here, was MU* Dorothy Lawson of New York August 12th. Mr. Noel and his bride will reside in Elisabeth N. he la employed bv the Standard Company at that place Unexpected Arrival of Motner. Mr ..<1 Mr, Girt. W« “« baby were ready to aUrt on a trip t Mrs. Tetreau’e parents in rbic**”-Saturday, when Mrs. Tetrenns mother. Mr*. Eggert of that place cameMU on a surprise visit, and will .pentJ*# week here. with Mr and Mrs Tetreau Recovering from Aebces* on Limb Little Beulah Custer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Custer of Lor ma Avenue is recovering WB » painful abscess on one of hct limbs The little one had what was thought to be a small boil, whch Utter proved to be a bed abscess, caused by a mesquit to bite. which she had infec-S ted by scratching with her nails I There has been quite a few infections USED CARS . ^ ____.re 1*11111—1 with all new eord HSBA JZTt- m. DEMONSTRATIONS CHEERFULLY OI j Repainted.    “ BUICK— Roadster with winter top. Repainted. A l condition................. HAYNES—Touring Car Repainted. Overhauled .................. FORD—Touring Car. All new Urea  ...............** REO— Touring car  .................... HUDSON SUPER SIX— A l condition ..........   ^ „„„ rim. ..    «.*    -    w    '*,h# p,*c, “ bu' "■ $550.00 $500.00 $625.00 $225.00 $175.00 $500.00 TERMS TO SUIT Charles G. Luft & Son., Belle Street NASH DEALERS Both Phone* Motor to Chicago Mr. and Mra. Fred Brett are en- \ joying * weeks vacation in Chicago. They were accompanied by Mr* Charles Baker and tre making the trip to the Brett car. Accepts Position In Melville LeRoy WlliUms has gone to Melville where he has accepted a position. He will work with his brother Donald, who has been there for some time. Court of Honor Meeting Neat Friday evening the Court of Honor w ll meet to the old Moo#* Hall It will be a regular meeting. B. Y. P. U. to Meet The B Y. P. U. to have meeting at The Mwrtown k Ar piomnr mfd th* af /faerie*. It# history is th* wooed of 4^rry iid^xk uint drrclivpiumt in cond tire umetfctkm. Fro®* the Matt it gnaw the motorist n new idea af tow service. The Sitvcrfwm rn mmie by rn vijamz*-tum with 52 year*' exfenemc* rn rakbm manufacture. TOMORROW MORNING Starts Our New f" SIER Club Plan Sale During this sale a limited number of women will be given an oppof^ tnnity to own the greatest kitchen convenience on the simplest and easi plan we know of—the club plan. what » chance it ii to make housekeeping »n easier »nd pleasanter task! The cabinets offered tre >11 the famous 1922 models, ‘tutor made to vour height—an exclusive HOOSIER feature which prevents tire back, eches which come from workng at a table that i» not «med to your height. Thu NEW HOOSIER Even Adjusts Your Work-table To Suit Your Height. , The new Hoosier does awny with the fatigue and backache which cornea from working at a table that la too high or too Delivers Your Hoosier tow. It la the only cabinet which makes It possible to have a work table exactly railed to your height There it —tty toto    * Sihtrtrtm Tires. The materials and workmanship in cee are the atone ae in all odiess. The ftsms of Sal vex town ia alway* a ajftofcaa of good quality. Yat thla la only one of the splendid pew Hoosier Improvements. Com# in and let us demonstrate them all. Dont wait until after the end of the s*k—get your HOOSIER now while the easy club terms are in force. When these cabinets are sold th* opportunity will be gone. Better come to th- store tomorrow—sit down tie tore the different models—ace the many real ways they save labor, sav« time, save money, save food, save YOU. Invest a dollar in a HOOSIER tomorrow and know the joy of simplified kitchen work forever after. Order yours tomorrow. g »-nT>T7 14 CRYSTAL GLASS FOOD CONTAINERS pDpp AND 10-PIECE KITCHEN SET ^    * S\M^iL*e Seder wfll ssfl fem dm Mean m my SM hmm 30 a SR ap. Both the crystal glass set and the Unproved kitchen set have been approved and endorsed by such well known donatio science expert# aa OOOD HOUSEKEEPING INSTITUTE NEW YORK TRIBUNE INSTITUTE MRS. CHRISTINE FREDERICK Thee* are Just more reasons why you should buy your Hoosier while our Club Plan la to force. They aro include! with every HOOSIER BEAUTY—at no extra cost. Silvertown Cord Tike "best in the long run* HTE Include with your HOOSIER BEA! TY W et no extra charge this great assort, 1 ment of crystal glass food containers. Thdr* are fourteen of these splendid receptacles each for a special food or spice and each kept In the one place which makes that particular food easiest lo get at Come in and let us show you how these food containers help to make better the new Hoosier, th# greatest labor-saving device for the kitchen. Demonstration AU This Week Whether you intend to buy the Hoosier or not, you ow# it to yoursef to come In and see bow this great cabinet excels. Bee our wonderful floor display I This Dexter Demotic Science Bet of Kitchen Tools retails regularly for 97.10. It is Included with your HOOSIER BEAUTY during this eel* absolutely without cest to you. There are IS uaefol pieces a^ shown. The aet Ala lain a sliding tool compartment drawer built Int* Ifooeter'a extending table top, which putti your knives and forks where they are easy to find. Union House Furnishing Co., 203-205 W. 3rd, Alton, OI. Exclusive for Alton and Wood River ^    „    * V"1 Reliable Furniture Co., 114-16 Whitelaw Ave, Wood River fOR AUTOMOBILES. MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES, TRUCKS ;

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