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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 14, 1911, Chicago, Illinois                               SUBSOUPTION TOUIS. JUO Colored Arlington HcUhU. tlllnnto matter. COOK COUNTY HERALD SFACB Uwmll a HColuma_______ H. C. Publisher KIMt TO FBX.R TELL THE TRUTH AND MAKE KBTXBLISHED IN VOLUME SO. 39 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS. ILLINOIS. FKIDAY. JULY 1911. i GOWN AND BONNET I YOURSELF IN A MANNER BECOMING THE SEASON NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR Straw and UNDERWEAR AT REDEKER'S Dry Goods Alabastine Groceries Sewing Machines Crockery Machine Needles Glassware Oils Caps Gas Mantels Gloves Window Shades Rugs and Carpets Lace Curtains Post Cards Curtain Rods A Line of Varnish and Kalsomine Brushes Buy a Box of Galvanic and get 20 bars of Palmolive Soap free FRIEDRICH REDEKER Phone 353 Arlington III. SPECIAL SATURDAY WE WILL PLACE ON SALE ALL OF OUR SUMMER FOOTWEAR AT REDUCED PRICES THE RIGHT PLACE P. Hartmann's Shoe Store ARL1NTON HEIGHTS ILLINOIS GET YOUR CLOTHES REPAIRED and PRESSED r msr-CLASs WORK AT REASONABLE PRICES FRANK KORTAN'S TAILOR SHOP AT LORENZEN'S OLD STAND ON CAMBELL ST. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS ILLINOIS Your Your Yom Your out Your Vovn Yottt Yom Y mr Yonc Your Cars Overhauled and Repaired. Adjusted and Tires Vulcanized SloiMgu Batteries Recharged. New Tncs and Tubes. or tanks t xi. lor lull t'.nlndc for Gas. lit.iss Pohbh bcbt ISodjf Pohbh best liojy Soaps best Oils. TraiKsinibsioii Greases. Cup Automobile Supplies in General. IS BURKITT'S GARAGE PHONE NO. 7 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS EDITORIAL MUSINGS Cora knee hljfh on the Fourthof July Incureicgood crop is an old Myfnf. This year it averaged ihoulder hitch and was already in tassel. The stalks would grow tall like if it had moisture then pickers would either have to chop It down or oarry a ladder to reach ears. Our Board ot Education ought before ichool opens Sept. to pass rules pro- alblting any side issues from interfer- ing with tho regular school work. If tho pupils or teachers want to play take gel up or attend they should appoint those side shows for Saturday and not break into nor divert their attention from the legitimate school work for hlch the taxpayers pay big money. A Pentagonal Tjeaauo is alright for Sat- Uiday but should not be considered on other days. MABBIED Miss Bertha Brockmann and Edward were joined In marriage at July In St. Peter's Lutheran Rev. Cbas. pastor oilielatlne. The bridesmaids were Misses Emily Hlnz and Helen Brockmann. The attendants were Wm Brockmann and Louis Gerieke. The bride wore a gown of silk pongee and CMrled a boquet of pink and wbitdcar- natlons. The bridesmaids carried bo- quets of roses und sweet peas. After tho ceremony the reception was held at the home of the bride's parents where congratulations were received and plen- ty to eat and drink wat jrenerously ser- ved. The bride agcdiS is the eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brockmann and has many friends in our village. The groom aged 20 is a second son ol Mrs. John to be a pros- perous younjf farmer. They started housekeeping at once on the near Wheeling Center. The presents received wore of china and silverware. There were about 200 in the wedding procession Numerous relatives attend IVora Mel. rose Oak Addi- Palatine and Chicago beside neigh- bors and fi lends. The Heiald offers congratulations. Legal Notice No. Treasury Office of Comptroller of the Cur- D. July 1911. try satisfactory evidence presented to the It baa been made to appear that Mount Prospect National In the village of Mount in the County of and State at has complied with all the provisions of the statutes of the United required to be complied with before on association shall be authorized to commence the business of Thomas P. deputy and acting comptroller of the do hereby certify that Mount Prospect National in the village of Mount Prospect the County ttl Cook and Stata of Is authorized to commence the busi- ness of banking as provided In section of the Revised Statutes ol the United States. In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal of office this third day ol T. P. Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency. Bureau Seal of the Comptroller of the Treasury- ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL CHURCH BEV. r. F. PASTOR Sunday the pastor will speak 'Hallowed be Thy German school began July 5. School hours from a.m. to five days in tbe week. John's Sunday School Picnic will be held Aug. Place will be announced next week. Choir practice July 20 at 8-30 p.m. t MRS. DOROTHY VAHRENWAUX The funeral of Mrs. Dorothy Vabren- wald wni held Tuesday July from her Otto Vahrenwald's residence. Many relatives nnd friends were present. The Rev. Theo. Bierbaum olhciatintr. Mrs. Vahreo- wald was born m March 1834 In 18W she was united in holy wedlock to Mr. Vahrenwald. To this union was born six children. They came to Americi in 1808. She died July aged 73 months and T days. She leaves to mourn three several grandchildren. To them we extend our sympathy. AUTOMOBILE OWNERS The Right Place to Get CUNY VONASEK General Commission Merchants 265 South Water Chicago NEW 325 SO. WATER CHICAGO We handle Dreued etc Prompt Returns and Correct Guaranteed. WRITE FOR PRICES AND TAGS. ROOMS The Herald- Enterprise- Register Read by more people than all other papers combined in this ter- ritory is the Best advertising medium. SCISSORINCTUMS. Corn is tassel ins1. IWi m the shade 19 going some. Now is si gcoJ tune to kill Canada Thistles County Superintendent of Koads is a now ottlce crertcd the Illinois leijis lature. Wbcaton College has succeeded in raising tho necessary to obtain tho offered by Andrew Carnegie The Northwestern rond now runs 970 passenger traius daily and sells tickets and chocks bajrjtajre to buttons west and northwest of Chica- loc.ttod on miles of railroad. All dojfs must bo kept securely muz- zled the hot term they are liable to mittl from June 15 to Sept. The police are Instructed to im- pound all dogs and if owners don't promptly co'npley ulth tho dogs are to be shot and polls sold to ij Uufttgu County paitics forming a di'iMiMtfo ivhidi li.is for its object the deepening and straightening of thy oust bi inch of the DuPage Rivci iLOtn 11 th ol tho Northwests D i uLnMcl between Ijjmbfod .vmt tilt1i oimiv on the south. Tho liitid e in In in tins district alll bo Uivtitl 0-iLnn'itt.d 10 L'e.n b per ncic iui'1 ndi Wlij not follovr .'still UoiUtliio Llk Grovo .iiK.1 L'.il.illno townships 10 its soiuco m iku Uouiitj make ft complete job of DESPUINES. We need some ram. Forest Manor was Rayly decorated for the Fourth Hwsch and Mary Bamng were married July Peter M. Hoffman's liew buildiug on El ho wood St. IB rnpldly going''up and nlll be fiuUhed in abort time. Henry Geisen's saloon license was voted by the Village The not tight enough Mr. and Mrs. Stegkr Monday for where they will manage their large farm. He was formerly fotman at the Dolpb foundry. Edward and fatDily of Kalatnu are now residents of DE- ainet. He holds a position with Ben Morris at Park S. Burke former leaidem of Des now owner of large summer it at Glen visited ftwndi here first of the week. He IB an and lias a boat of frieudi. Jonn J. President and Henry Secretary of the Town of Maine Cemetery Asaoclation were at Saturday to oversee the work being doae at the which now a appearance. Two men are kept busy pntttttg Lot owners can tbank the pfettnt for the good work Mr. Sullivan U llvtog np to the ipeecb be tomde Decoretion FOR FOR OC. women over 24 years ot age general house- work. C. Bidge. Currants For Sttle at SI.Oil a basket. Will pick after the WM Grower. Phone 1278 Arlington Heiffhts. Fott Obickens and Hens. or phone 1102. FOB ''Modern Jiouse and good new barn with three lots in highest part of Arlington For terms particulars apply to S. E. PATE. Phone 23i Ariiujfton Hts. Threshing Onijlrt For Sale. J. I. Case Threihina M whine and '5 hp. Engine. For to JACOB Aptakisic P. O. PMUie Cows For Sale or Trade. Call and see me when jou want to sell or tradu for fresh milkers springers or stock Louis Stock Dealer. Phone Arlington AUTOMOBILE LIVBRY. When you wact to make a quick business or a pleasure joy IHiouc Arlington ELK GKOVE ECHOES. Win. Meilu left July 1 forlxike Uen- Miuu visit his uncle who will take him .iround in bis new automobile to call on the neighbors and on account of drought-in seofwn he ex- pects to be able to buy a carload choice fresh cows and a few stock bulls for Ills customers near Des Plaices and ia Ulk Giove. Canada Thistle Notice. To nil persona owning or occupying land in the Town of Elk Giore which Canada tVtistleb aie You aio licicby notified and requested to cause all Canada tuistlus tci be cut down bcfoio Juno 2ft ot Oiich aiitt ev- ery and na thereafter may bo necessary to keep tho same from going to seed. 1C any Canada thistles are found ivitli seed ilpe in the said town of Elk GIOTO tlie owner or occupant ol tho land upon which the samo mny found will be prose- cuted to full extend of tho law. By order of the Town Board LOUIS BIBRMANN. Thistle Commissioner. BUFFALO GROVE. Hurrah for the first grent Picnic and Dance gnen by No. 10 and Buffalo Grovo No. 1. Truck Gardeners and Farmers Associa- tion in Einst Bronkhort'a Grove. Buf- falo Grove Saturday and even July Fun beffins 2 Mutioby Kruse's band of Pes Flames. Prizes for alt kinds of Sports for younc and old Catching the greased pig- Great Bowling and Rope-Pulling Con- teats between Cook and Lake Counties. Bring your step ladder and try to win thopole-olimbtnccontest Dance tickets 50 cents. COMMITTEE. FUESH MUK COWS FOB SALE. Walter Krauae went to Wisconsin July 12 to buy a out load ot cattle foi his customers. He expects to be home with a choice lot ot atk stock bulls next Monday or Tuesday. Come early and take your pick. WALTER Stock Dealer. Phone 213 Arlington Helen W. MRS. FRIEDERIKA DUENN. Friederika Stetfen was bora in Ger- Aug. and came toAmer- ca In 1881. She was united in marriage to Frank Duenn in to them were eight serin of whotnare mg. she passed peacefully after a agfcd 48 10 16 She leaves to mourn her her her seven one three 2 daughters- I seven grandchild. besides numerous other relatives and hosts of friends. Her Christian virtues were many and during her many mouths of sickness sbe bore tes- timony of firm belief in a living the loving Savior and a beautiful hope ol emal Best in Heaven above. Con- solation to the bereaved ones. Funeral service wasteld July 12 at John's the Rev. Tlieo. Bjerhaum conducting the sei- vice. The pastor's text for his dis- course Thy Way unto the Trrat also in Him and He shall bring it to The floral of- ferings were beautiful and A large number of friends were also representatives from a Chicago lodge of which deceased was a member and rendered appropriate service at St. John's cemetery. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to pWolicly express cur sincere thanks to the employees o Bray focitbry ind Peter foundcj for sympathy Jjhowc sickness and death o our beloved wife and' Mrs Duenn HUSHAND CHILDREN. MOUNT PhOSPECT. Ask Chas. Homeyer where he spen Sunday. L W. Wille aaJ -ftile spent a few days lust week at Cju'j. J. P. iMoehliDft 19doing quite a rush business tLia week John Wcitlc h.ui a htLle tinker while plajing ball Sunday. IBuiso Jr and had tbei dnuffiitor chtisieuccl S llvui and daughter o speLl. bundiy a.t t'retl Bier nmn's Everybody is invited to attend th ball between the Stars and Zunch Juiy Hi Prospect growing The John Katz and Henry EmmeisterfatDillea each celebrated the Fourth by the birth of new boy. Mount Prospect Stars are alright when their pitcher is on but Des flames won out when away. Don'l let this worry but get ready for tbe game with Lake Zurich next Sunday. Tbe Coucordia League held their regu- lar meeting at Schiller Chicago Wednesday evening and installed the recently elected officers for the ensuing year. Hon. Wm. Busse is now their president and will honor tbe position. Hurrah for another grand Picnic and Dance in Mt. Prospect Grove Sunday afternoon and Jnly 10. Music by Kruse's orchestra. Refreshments of all kinds served on grounds. Good order maintained. Dance 30 cents. COMMITTEE. Mt. Prospect has the handsomest and most substantial bank building of auy town of Itaslze in the same is true of the standing of the Mount Prospect National Bank which opened its doors for public business July The time deposits and checking accounts have made a splendid showing from the start. sensible young lady with fair education to gather lo- cal newe and set type at the Herald printing office. Good according to services rendered. Apply to a. C. Arlington Heights. A YEAB IN ADYANCB THE CLIMAX of perfection in firming ntwuui elimination of which mtJM oon- and wbich tetard progreM. MeCORMICK eliminates all of these in that part of farming -which pertains to harvesting grain and Besides it does brings to its owner contentment and satisfaction in his all of which creates vim and energy and in other a new life on the farm. The McCormick is a machine for practical is the machine you want. Call and examine the McCormick line of harvesting machines. WAf. B17SSB SON i Prospect Began Business under a United States Bank Charter Saturday July with a Capital Stock of and a surplus of fully paid in. It will conduct a General Banking business tuch as Checking Loans and Certificates of Saving etc. 3 percent Interest will be paid from July 1st on all Savings Accounts deposited on or before July 1911- Accounts may be opened with 3 percent Interest will be paid on Certificates of Deposit. YOUR BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLV SOLICITED. THE MOUNT PROSPECT NATIONAL BANK WILLIAM President BALPH L. Vice President A. H. Casbier J. F. EVFRDIXG WALTPR KRAUSC FDWAHD BlhSr KALPII L PR K WILLIAM HENRY LOUIS C. WILLIAM BUSSE WILLIAM JR. R W. TOEPPER SHOP IN THE Ot-D Wm. Wille House Mt. 111. First-class Shoe Repairing Boots and Shoes Made to Order CALL ANO SBE ME Whenever You want anything in the line of Footwear LEAVE YOUR ORDERS I'LL DELIVER THE GOODS Onions and Cabbage WANTED SCHILLO BROTHERS CO. INCORPORATED Will Pay the Highest Market for and Cabbage to be delivered at their during the teason of 1911 FACTORIES AT BOTH Ailington Heights Mount Prospect For Further apply to L W. Local Manager Phone 1157 Mt OUR WANT ADS WILL BRING RESULTS H   

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