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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1911, Chicago, Illinois IS itt COOK COUNTY HERALD Column mil ma H Publisher OUR XO THE TROTH AMD IN VOLUME JNa 19 ARLINGTON ILLINOIS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1911 A IN VAN BRUNT Single Disk Drills t The kind that works in Corn Stalks and Trash without Clogging SEND FOR CATALOGUE TO WM BUSSE SON PHONE SOT MOUNT Farmers and Dairymen Build a Silo JUf and Save Lowest Prices ON YOUR OF Brewers Grains DURING May and June Have Your Silo Ready in Time YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT It is a Safe Investment E P Wholesale Dealer Wet Dried Grains Phone Central 189 LaSalle St CHICAGO Halt to be crowded ext le Mirer and the plans We need and must have system maintain healthy town Come ml five your ideas The Cook County Palatine and DuPage County r are sold on their individual merits never retort to or any other tricky schemes to get Once we secure patron generally stay with us as it a give foil value tot their morey in home we save iera on all cither periodicals hey desire We will not publish any ads We stand up or home enterprise and ad Ise jody to Hade and keep their money in their own Our ob Printing La the best and prices moot reasonable Our patrons have no but gel universal Win Jr U an up-to-date genius He has superior natural talenta that properly ped trill make a brilliant lawyer ad a whose only limit will be bis energy ambition It be properly ils time and he cao rise rapidly ind become a great whom his acquaintances will delight to honor Is up to to make most of erery God-given power and make our own destiny AH the above is truth Take our and success is sure By the of Postmaster we are able to copy the Ml owing Item rora up-to-date Cook Herald of April Four of our citi J N Davis John Davis and Milton Good fellow visit ed Park Ridge Thursday evening week to part in the chess tourna ment M the of Col T P in with the by the The teault of was in favor the wbo vanquished their competitors seven games out of ten F G Mis Col P and Mr Thos Eobb Jr represented the Ridge and the vie tot speak ID the most flattering terms o tike cordiality and hospitality wich h they were received and encor tallied OUK CLUB l w HIP ot our wo II tin pur toil kn ID mure wr la tract uur club but In till one r l pi Ion for this pa K1 you tills wo de- la due you front tbo on nil and Club Our club Price Inter Wookly 400 Inter Daily 4 00 Chicago 4 00 Chicago Dally 3 00 Chicago Examiner 3 00 Chicago Dally Journal l 00 Chicago News l 26 Woman's Companion 800 Dally 200 weekly 600 4.25 4.25 4 36 3 GO 3.25 1.75 475 2 50 400 800 COO and hli Minstrel in Tuesday by tho high schoo boys to athletics All re at Sl Tho Herald true to tu lead oil and original ideas a ad stands lor It has but never cringes to policy no never stoops to cajolery no but always fights for the right It desires respect for good opinions but would not anybody Our columns tire open for th of logical but no can bo tolerated Farmer tod Woman's World both one year as a premium advance subscription for this papei one year THE PERFECT HAY RACK IS A HANDY IMPLEMENT Is the result of Study and Labor by the a Practical Farmer Can be used at any time for Various Purposes on or off the farm It is Dur able and Best of materia and workmanship Come and See th Hayrack now on Exhibition at mj Farm Seeing i Believing Be convinced Weight 515 Ibs Write for prospectus county rights or agencies Wm Patentee Lake ILLINOIS CAS for Light Fuel ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Supplied by NORTHWESTERN GAS LIGHT ft COKE CO Phone 93 Park 12 NO CHARGE I CASH OR COMING EVENTS jent begins Feb 26 Palm Sunday April B Friday April 14 EaMer Sunday April town Meet March 21 own Meeting and Election April 4 chool election April 15 Election April 11 PAY TAXES Robert collector for town of will receive due for the year and bold hi open nt pi ices and on dates a follows At A Storo and every Monday and Wednesday until March Shoo Arlington Jan 1 and every Tuesday anil at Weldner Brothers Store Buffalo Grote Feb and a home all other your las yeai s Tax Receipts and save time R G F AY VAXES Henry collector for the tow of Elk will receive clu for the year and hold hU open on dates and at places as follow i C reamer y Feb 21 Creamery Feb 25 Louis House Wednesday March 1 Town Hall of Elk Grove Thursday March 2 Otto Land meter's Store Friday Store Mt Prospect March Bring your year's Ta Receipts to save time HENRY Collector FOB Win the of Bierma barn chicken about acres of ground are all Really located 1 Grove on fb cao reasonable b a torins an noj other pai apply to WM Mt II ESTATE FOR SALE I have good WIs two that ate snap bargains als in old like to taka a party out land Jan 17 and third Tuesdays of each moot Piu ties to buj or sell Real Es tate can iet valuable of T at Roose Livery Bar Phone 111 THANKS Wo extend our thanks nnd Hill and their mun the loving cars and alt tlan to OUT boy while io and gratefully no knowledge shown ua la our hour i it Our des one was to with hit mother a Mount Olim Feb 18 Gone but u Orders for engraved or wed ding tion M the Cook Herald For Sale Weber Gasolene 4 horse will be sold cheap the lee trio current is turned on Can be een at work at the Herald office Gasolene For Gasolene Lamps lor sate as he Herald IB now equipped with both gts and electric lights we bave no further use for a gasolene amps ana will sell them cheap Who ants a light that la better and heaper than HOW TO ORDER ELECTRIC Anyone on the wiling ot residences able to be at du can send name the undersign or learo Arlington Hi evening North who are ng the address to erald call any Contract rie Co home again is nek of Miss Addle Bubert borne How often does Roy up his be bome again thu week Max 0 Wolf visited at Kramer's last Miss Myrtle Bach is working in Oak Park the matter He alright Wick Edgar went across tne field to visit George K was to Chicago to purch a new auto When are the boys to give lay rack George Trier took a trip down Lovers uane recently Elmer and Ed Hart were visitors recently Did Harry say the wedding bells wil is ringing Miss Baxman grand mother last week Mane Sharon went to the city to buy a new Easter bonnet W had a bright light in the par lor Wednesday night Mist Flossie bos gone to thi city to see her little nephew Jacob Book has gone to Lake Fores to work for a millionaire farmer Mils Myrtle has gone to visit her K era per Misses Mamie Bubert and Minnie Kra mer are planning to to Cat soon Roy says if you waut to go to Dakota you ought to take the Pioneer Limited Mr joe Solar who spent the past at San Antonio expects to return to Illinois again Mr nod Mrs Jacob were to Pax ton to attend the wedding of their son Walter and Miss Mary Feb IS Reinbart bM our sympathy Be lives so far from bts best gu tbat he can go to see her only once in tw weeks MOUNT John C and wife are tiapp of a baby girl Henry Ebard and wife Palatine Mr and Mrs attended baby christening in Chicago Sunday and Alice Palatine friends Sandey Pupils of school wbo wei perfect in during the filth month Alice Ethel WUte Frieda and Alfred Glade CORA M Teacher Good Road 1700 Ibs For Sal I have three than need ou my route Come and si them ERNST owner Mail Carrier Mount WEST MAINE Milton Grosse is slowly recovering Herman bought a black horse Quo Dollen intends to go to Fred Nebel wae busy hauling brick las week Henry Goede loaded a car of onion Feb F two of lest week will work er Art a year Cells and Daisy at Richard C T O t- DCS Plaints Local No will dance in Hall 50 Ladle free Music by Kruse John entertained a party of rein lives and night wit and Th guests Henry Frendt and Mar tin and Conrad Edward and Albert Wille sod Martha The went borne over the oyster Bras up the town and induce strangers to come aw help on your We'll tooi have electric Debts nod gco and Tbe K B Co will to Improve ter people mi other property sad will In M before M result everybody will get METHODIST CHURCH REV PETER PASTOR League Influence of a Phil Psft eader John E Davis The first annual banquet of the orth League of will be held y at p.m the Stratford Toasts will be giren by Rev 3 Rev Rer Ed win M Randall and Rev Ernest O'NeaL Our to be well represented at this Mrs J E Bust will conduct the study service Friday night Study 1 20 and 21 Wu were pleased to have Miss Julia of with us ay morning and enjoyed her solo LEAGUE ANNIVERSARY Arlington Heights Chapter of tbe League its anniversary Sunday night The church was decorated witn League emblems and colors and presented a most attractive appearance Tbe Geo- ral Secretary complimented the com- on Its food taste The cabinet occupied the platform W presided The Juniors shared in the program m a chorus song J who has i den titled with the acti of the local league from the be- gave a moat valuable history of the chapter Tbe vras the outgrowth of the Oxford League in the two t has been directed by but eight denia Walter F Abbs enjoyed the distinction of being president twelve years When this fact was announced the congregation evidenced its appre of the worthy service he had rendered by subdued applause iis Julia of assisted by rendering two which were appreciated very much by pathetic audience The main feature of the program was anniversary address by the Rev Edwin M D D of Genet al Secretary of the Ep worth gue Arlington Heights was very fortunate in securing this threat leader in Methodism for thia occasion Dt Randall outlined the plan and purpose of the indicated the stapes of development ID accord to modern the possibilities of youth and sketched a author of a world conquest lor God He 18 a en- leader His message was an inspiration The of his audience opened the of in- and experience This anniversary wiil ever be precious to the memory of the Leaguers It's will be the most treasured of its records The league and church can not help but be benefit ted bj such ser BRIGHTEN THE and you can accomplish the same by using some of our Wall and Mixed Paints A Splendid Line of Sewing Machines at prices within reach of everybody A full line of Varnishes etc useful for decorating your home for the coming Spring A complete of Stone etc at lowest BUFFALO GROVE The Entertainment Committee Of the Young Ladles Social Club wish to announce that will give a Nock tie Party and Dance In Buffalo Home Monday evening Feb Each lady IB kindly requested to make a neck tie It is purpose not o the but also of the to make this annual social more than in years In order to do K they have the hearty port of the young people of the pariah and all the Whether yon are a member or not give UB a If you think you can enjoy an evening with swing into line and start ting ready for 21 Don't Forge The the Place and the FOR drives single some 5 years SPRING BROOK Pbone Arlington FOR SALE Potatoes grown fiom 50 cents a bus tie 1 MR GLL Supt St M Farm F O Des Seed York State to rhone FOR ft on Haw St with barn cement o owner on premises JOS 111 FOR Surrey with Pole shaves and double atx single buggy without top m best condition Apply JOHN A Phone 483 Arlington Heights 111 LOW KATES TO Daily from March 10 to I For personal conducted f ia Pacific Si Western conducted California tours tourist sleeping leave Chicago Tuesday and rth Chicago to Coatt than Mgr Toura Double coeU l Likes to Trade With Absolutely Reliable Merchants Our great aim has always been to give you good Value for your money An entirely new Line of Embroideries Laces and tions Jar aim is to and we can confidently assure you to give you perfect FRIEDRICH REDEKER PHONE 393 ARLINGTON E M Touring Demi Flanders Every owner of above cars a satisfied owner Call at any time and we will be pleased to go into details regarding these cars Or if you let us know when your at home we will call on you Owners of automobiles who have ti res that need ing will do well to give us a We guarantee all of our work We have just remodeled our Vulcanizing plant so we can turn work out promptly and in best of condition We are dealers in automobile Prices are Oar lines of Batteries and Auto are complete We do first-class overhauling of cars and our work is fully guaranteed GARAGE 334 Arlington 111 CUNY VONASEK General Commission Merchants 265 South Water Chicago We handle Dressed etc Prompt and Correct Guaranteed WRITE FOR PRICES AND TAGS ROOMS INDIANA SILOS ARE SOLD ON THEIR MERITS When you Buy a SILO Buy the INDIANA Buy a SILO of the Firm that sold Silos in 14 yrs That speaks for itself Door Frame made entirely of Wood No Steel or Iron Rust No Felt to Rot DOOR FRAME AND DOORS The important mechanical features its door frame and The construction of the door frame and of the INDIANA SILOS that it does not in any way impair the strength and stability of the sUo HIM feature has been very highly UMTS Only the three best of wood to Yellow Fir or for by ni J
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