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Oak Park Daily Reporter Argus (Newspaper) - August 28, 1906, Oak Park, Illinois our when you wa tt I 1Datl$ 1Reportet>Hxgus. Week ( I. NO. 55 MM I ICS A I IST 18 DAYS A Gardener and Nurseryman 1020 South 455 us spray vour trees at once if you would destroy the Maple Louse VOUR make all my own Have machines and 8-Room Houses now under corner Oak Park Avenue and Washington Boulevard and 214 and 222 Waller For particulars and Monroe AND GENERAL Storm Cabinet Hardwood Lake near Ave. Telephone 348 __OAK B. 7414 PARK TRANSFER MOVING IN TRIPS TO 106 Franklin Main 4613 PARK North 88 E. TO NKW NORTH Wagons Carriages and Painting ami Estimates All work will for ami 314 Telephone 5153 W. Varv 620-630 Watson 125 La Salle MAIN 27S5 Series No. 5. M. arc probably but few people in Oak Park who are not acquainted with Mr. He lias been a resident of the village for main and lias been identified with much of its progress in his a newspaper He was a member of the firm of Ainsworth iV publishers of tlie His interests in the lirin were disposed of a couple of months Ambrose has just been elected president of the County which held its annual meeting at Lincoln and a notice of which appears in this issue of the Game Is Expected at River of the hardest games of the year will undoubtedly lie played at River Forest between River Forest and tlie famous Leland game between these two went to the local team liy a score of to 4 after a great in which the colored boys nearly won Every game that has ever been played between River Forest and the Giants has been hard fought and exciting clear through to the and the game this week will no doubt be a repetition of the former are playing the best ball of their career at present and can make any team in the business work for all the runs they Hall and Cam pell will be the battery for men and either Skillin or will pitch for the River Forests with Goldblum behind the Forest is even up in games won with all the park teams this season having won and lost one each to the Logan Squares and West while with men they have it on the col ored men for the present at having won the first I i Oak I heat i auditor ot the ( Iii cago Northwestern K. of county commissioner and Republican candidate for associate municipal in Honor Miss Grace M. 1801 217 Marion Oak solicit the patronage of those desiring skilled Prompt and careful attention given to each and every It us quote you prices on installing an instantaneous Gas Water Heater one like your neighbor We make a specialty of them and have them on exhibition in our Telephone and our representative will call the same Lake old Logan County Citizens Hold the many ions which arc now being held in honor of who is to In- married | August was a shower given yesterday at the home of bollie Soiit li rove the bridal party was pres nt and one of of the whole series was feature of the gathering was the book ot compiled by the guests for the Choice in all varieties Were therein insuring the young lady eminent success in all her culinary p. in. the party broke all full of anticipation for the wedding which is to Cordon Taylor and of N. arc v relatives in Oat Mrs. who was formerly Miss Mae of Forest will remain here until after the marriage of her sister Miss Orace w hich takes place on August Oak are members of the Logan Ass which meets annually in a reunion and Last Saturday the reunion was held at Lincoln and on account of the Chautauqua being in session at tlie county seat of Logan many members were It was voted by the to hold a banquet at one of the city hotels this winter at which good speakers will be the members of the association are Judge Lawrence 15. of the State Circuit Col. of and J. of the Chicago police R. Brooks of the election Dr. C. V. of Harry of Adam of J. C. J. D. Thomas of Oak following officers were elected for the ensuing From the and of North Euclid have returned from an extended trip through the east. 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SENTTO to Be Tried by t he youthful together with his three Marrandino ami Willie who were crating in are safely locked thanks to the efforts of our local will lie tried in udge Mack's juvenile court ami will pay dearly tor their owner of the horse and buggy that stole the ol Jackson and Russell bv has been located by Captain lie lives at West Van ami can sav nothing too good about the Oak police who returned ' s AND CLINTON OAK CITY Ol I MADISON I Send You a butler Signs of Improving from Mental The Misses Barbara and Alice Slam I of -I tii North have been weeks in Trench Beatrice Trench has returned from the Atlantic sea coast where she spent seven very delightful to County Old Picnic at 111., the will lie sold at reduced rutes August 30 und 31, limited to return until September 1, Apply to agents Northwestern riends of Mrs. ( A I Forest Kiver list who has been brought so prominently before the in the capacity of chairman of the automobile will be greatly pleased to learn that she is doing well and improving will be remembered that Mrs. Butler a week ago became mentally afflicted and was taken to a sanitarium near M il where she has since people ef Kiver Forest and Oak will greatly rejoice over the recovery of this estimable which it is thought will not be long From New 1 I South is home for a from New w hero lie is j representative for his father's seed j and Mrs. of 11 Chi ago spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ickes at tlie camp grounds They had a very enjoyable Holly will return to Illinois for Yoyi to P. Nissen of Pure N. Oak Park Private 1.53 Rates to Mexico the North western tickets will be at one fare for round August 15 to September 1, with favorable return ou account of International Geological Apply to agents Chicago A North western Oxfords in Black and all for Hoys and not 11ouo' 111 tor special are the products ol the host factories in the wearer the highest qualities lot tlie lowest possible S. INGRAM Ca Park and Lake
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