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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 1, 1911, Chicago, Illinois                               SUBSOWriON TERMS. CM fa to .50 ZOO Intend u Posl-ijfflco. second mnLter. H. C. Publisher COOK COUNTY HERALD OUR TO FEAR TEH. THE TRUTH AND MAKE MONBV. ADVERTISING loch k itt amtf ta'STl aineina I 1 SI 1 Incites a oot 3 ooi oaTS II II MOolumn I TtOI Column 8 EasTXBUSRKD IN VOLUME NO. 44 ARLINGTON ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER A YEAB IN ADVANCE THE MOUNT PROSPECT NATIONAL BANK MOUNT ILLINOIS Capital Surplus 163 WILLIAM Proliant RALPH L P A. H. CathUr Hesitate With A Small Amount To Open With Us A BANK TALL OAKS From Little Acorns GREAT GRAIN CROPS From The Seed You CHECKING AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT LOANS AND DISCOUNTS COLLECTIONS MONEY LOANED AT REASONABLE RATES EVERY ACCOMO- DATION CONSIS- TENT WITH SAFE BANKING METH- ODS EXTENDED TO OUR PATRONS We pay 3 per cent Interest ACCOUNTS OF DEPOSIT li without quutlon one of the jrtateit Ubor uvlnj machines Invented for the farmer. Only by meant ol the corn binder can farmers juecetrfutly handle their com and the italtu which equal the jratn value of Jht crop. Buy the McCormtdt lave not only the but abo the shall be pltued to explain thlt machlnt If you will call and the tampk. Wm. BUSSE Onions and Cabbage WANTED SCHILLO BROTHERS CO. INCORPORATED Will Pay the Highest Market Prices for and Cabbage to be delivered at their during the season of 1911 FACTORIES AT BOTH Arlington Heights Mount Prospect For Further apply to L. W. Local Manager Phone 1157 Mt III EDITORIAL MUSINGS. Prof. Hubbard has notified bis eight Mslittnt teschers to meet him Sstur- 3 p m. to schedule plans lor coming year's work In the public tctioots The Luh of Circumstance splen- did serial now running la tbls paper. If you haven't warted look up the you will eBJoyrewMnff It. We understand that the Board of Education plan to have the high school devote more time to a practical Desi course and less to the college pre- ae a large majority of high suhool graduates do not pursue their studies but enter a business which pays better with less work than the professions. Educatiou is a splendid thing for everybody it they have the ability. common strength and means to secure but some wreck their lives by over ambition. Those could have made better use of their time. Lake County Fair at Sept. usual attractions. As the editor can't go he will lend his complimentary ticket to some of our gilt-edged subscribers. First come first served. July averaged cooler than June and Auffuit Is unually the hottest month of the but the past month has been more like October. seem to be three weeks ahead of normal this year. We hope the frotts will stay away three weeks yet. This section hat not suffered for rains like the west. Moat crops are good here. Prices are htgb and farmers have great reason to thankful for many blessings. Judging by the size of the basement excavation the new Presbyter tan Church will have a large capacity for both saints and smnecu. Wm. Meyer has started work foundation. Arlington Heights will be the liveliest city lii the country this with several new houses in course of erection and four big contracts under way. There will be many transient laborers m town to complete the new new sower system and purifica- tion plant. Over half of the monoyput in circulation by these projects will re- main at home. The mar- boarding houses and es- will nourish withextm trade. John lonbut was awarded the contract for mason wot k and material for the new bank on Ins bid at John the architect will prob- able furnish the tin and lumber and do tho carpeoior work for about Win. C. Pohl.-nan took the job of excavating the basement for 8110 and gan work Monday. Arlington Heights Public Schools will open Monday Sept. 4 for a half day session 10 organize and get ready for bus mess. Every student should be on hand promptly and regular ly and help their teachers to accomplish the best The public schools will bo presided over the conuog year by an able corps of nine experienced teachers as follows. Prof. A. Principal Miss Ruth O. High School 750 MlM Besale J. 650 Miss Mary L. 9th. grade 560 Miss Mary L. grades 6 7 560 VI las Gertrude 5th. grade 500 MlsaMary 3 4 500 Mlai Amber 2nd. grade GOO Kohnie Primary 850 Herman Janitor 000 Total Salaries AUTOMOBILE When you want to make a quick business or a plfttsttre joy call up Phone 621 plucking On tho ostrich fiti'mo slit men will pluck 160 birds In u dtvx. LOW COLONIST FAHE9 To Faclllc Coast. September 15lh. ly 'Motwr In- Colotiist OBttwiiy second class i wilt Iwtolil points to Wtubultflon ami British Cohimbk. Union ntttlluble fcally iiSD personally tin Pullman Toui'lst For full Information writeS. A Huldilnson.MaoaKor Tours 144 Clark or address nearest Ticket Chlcitgo tod Worth WesUrn By. The Greatest Social Force. Tho middle ctaMtwe are the prejwra- dcrnnt social force of today in repub- lics ns well as In ID Eu- ropp aa In America. Everything la everywhere to neces- sity or sntlifylng them as speedily and BM thoroughly us In PtirlH Flgnro L to fa spent Judiciously auction In onr three live CooK County Palatine in and Page County make from HOC to differ- ence in the of the win. Try It ami you will to convinced. Ifjoumwrt omit let the bllli go and place your irhm all tlw will MS It SCHADMBMtG OLD SETTLERS' PICNIC Postponed to Snaiay Sept. 3. The win Sunday Aug. 13 spoiled Schwnbufg Old SettUra Picnic so it wan postponed to Sunday Sept. 3. and all attractions same as pre- iouily advertised. 1 Horgai Stolen from my pasture one mile north w eat of Dea Planes Saturday nijfht Aug. 19 1811 two matched. Bay single and Bay ware 3 1200 Both have in forehead reward wilibe paid capture of thief and srd return of horses. HERMAN owner. Phone 203 Des III. Tarm For Sale at A Bargain. 80 40 acres well rich clay Good house cow hog machine sUeoifeed 2 good horses 0 7 youna 2 chickens and all farm Ft. lum- ber. Three mites fwra a prosperous town R's aud big maaufacturing concern. Price is balance to at 6 percent Interest. Address James Wis. 0 GOOD REASONS FOR HOME PATRONAGE Your borne merchant can duplicate lie prices made by any responsible coo- em anywhere OB ol equal quali- in the same quantities and on Ute tame basis of delivery and payment. You can examine your purchases In he homo stores and be assured of satts- action before Investing your money. Your home merchants are always ready and willing to make right any er- or or any defective article purchased. Your home merchants help hroujtb direct and indirect our libraries and ither public institutions. Your home merchants help make a local market for everything you lave to sell and that than ny other one your land IB present value. Your home merchants are your good ever ready to extend a helping land in time olneed. If this community is good enough for ou to live in and make your money tis good enough to spend it The best citizens in tbls community re those who believe mand practice lorae patronage. Be one ot the The merchants in the distant city 'ive you nothing1 valuable that the .ome merchants cannot give you he former cannot and will not do for rou many thing's the latter do gladly. Every dollar kept In circulation in his community helps increase property values. Every dollar sent out of this community that could well be spent lere hinders the wheels ot progress and build up gome other community it your expense. CHOICE FABH FOR SALE. On account of old owner wishes to sell his Une 1TO acre farm with good 7-room stone good barn with stone corn tool house etc. All buildings in good 2 good orckard and shade is located IB Lake County from LiongfGrove village etc. on .utorioblie route to Fox 30 miles from city. Soil is black and yel- low very in high state of cultivation. About 20 acrus is timbered and makes the best pasturage in the country. Price and very reasonable. Apply to Beyer Real Estate Agents. 1'hone Arlington 111 The Saturd at Meyer's trees. hri large ere ffravel from Chi' continued t music und t Don't fail to com yourself with the ci SC1SSOR1NCTUMS The Charleston III. Courier whirls oft the folio turn back- In jour flight and give up a maiden dressed proper and right. We are so weary ot switches and rats and Billy Burke clusters and peach basket hais. Wads of jute hair in a horrible stacked on their heads to the height of a Something 1g wrong with the we us the girl as she used to appear. Give us those we once knew of whose aurls didn't come a hulr dressing maidens with a sensible and jt Dwne Nature Intended them to. us a girl with her figure her o and lash toned divinely by nature te nine are getting ttatsreach year glTfl us the girls as they used to appear. for a girl a teoilble one of the I year ago one whose fair treises were am- pie without additions of make- believe stuff. Give us the days when the hats women wore were not the reason Christian men over our way such a fair maiden gift us the girl M she used to appear. Provision for the Poor. Fish It bought by the carload m Stuttgart and other south German dtlefl under the supervision of cttT and told at low for the benefit of the poor. Peculiarity of Gum Tree. It has been ascertained that a gun tree in Australia Is the highest tree In the and stands 415 feet high. Gum trees are the most rapid growing plant life known. There it in Florida which grew 40 ytar tot tour ynn. New Hussian Winter Wheat Wheat is the moit profit- able cereal to raise in this if you plant the right kind of seed. The new Russian Winter Wheat which produced 40 bushels per acre last year and beat all Bradley m hla experience of itfvai 4f years as a thresherman looks finJ jfcd promises a larger this yew on the same ground. can spe the ffrowiDU on ReubAi Guild's land just north of J. One acre of wheat the same ylellAis last year is worth as much in doHars and cents as three acres of oatslwith one third the labor and land. Sow one bushel to the acre from 1 to 15 with a drill is suffl olent. Seed for Sale at per bush el. Call and see E. Grain Phone 424 Arlington Heights ABLIBQTON HEIGHTS. St. Peter's Lutheran Frawen Verem met with Mrs. Kumpf Thursday after- noon. fine condition. Apply C. PADDOCttjFhone 703. Miss Mr. Har ry Rappwere united In marriage Sat. vtrday Aug. 26 at the homeo the bride's parents. They will occupy the Joe MiUljtah flat on Highland BUFFALO GEOVE Buffalo Grove Stars defeated Everet Giants Aug Buffalo Grove 13 to 12 in 11 Bqth teams fought hard In the sixth inning Firubach ttrack on 3 men straight which featured the game Stars. Pirnbacb L. Weldner and F J. Keough and W. Pirnbach and Bluff. Time Attendance Next Sunday the Stars will play Arling ton Heights at Buffalo Gasolene Por Sale Gasolene Lamps for sale the Herald otnce la now equipped with both gas and electric lights we no further use for a dozen gasolene tamps and will sell them Who wants a light that is both better am cheaper than fie on time for the anniversary Picnic to be held in Scbncll'i Maple Elk Sunday after noon and Sept. Music the celebrated Harden Orchestra of El A chance will be given with each dance ticket on a guaranteed Elgin Watcb with a 20-year csse. Your choice o Lady or Gent's watch. Drawing to place on the dance promptly at o'clock. buy your girl ticket may win the watch. Good order nuiataiaed. Dance tkkets '60 will tun from to fiottnds and return. Uuuger. DANCES CONTINUE THRU SEPT. rht Dances Park which ar will be tmber. Good everything and enjoy L. Roehler I Low Prices Blended With High Quality Theie two factors are the mainspring of our and it is upon them that we rely for a steadily in- creasing trade. We can save you money-thai is a great point. We can give you real is an arguemeitt that should sink right for you like your to be nice Buy your goods at Redeker's and you will find that an ounce of proof is worth a ton of promise. Life is composed of Working and more or less but the greatest of all these is eating. It is essential to your health and comfort to have a variety of the best and purest and as we make a study of your your likes and your dislikes we know we can give you groceries that will be satisfactory and profitable to Our Crockery Department is full of reliable Glass- Decorated Lemonade etc. FOR FOR E1C. Girl wanted for general Mouse work. Apply to Mrs Fred Ufiilhck Phone 815 III. Girl Wanted gine use work and to help as clerk in llefctore. Apply to Basse gPhone 207 Ml. FOR MbiJwrf house and good cew barn with Suree lots In li ghost part of Arhnijwn Heights. Tor terras particulars apply to S. Phone Hts. West Jtorthfield Picnic Sunday 3 a picnic will be helc at ulsctlfl's West North Geld. Music by gentlemen 25 ladies free. Come dance on the new floor. Threshing Outfit F J. Case Threshing Machine and 5 tip. Engine. For terms apfely to JACOB owner. Aptakisic P. O. Pfifirie View. Cowi For Sale or Trade. Call and see me you want to sell or trade or stock Louis BtoclTbealer. Phone 1195 mights. Good Farm For 110 acres under- high slate of cultiva- good good fruit and abode located County on gravel of 3 miles no senville and 30 mi lee fro terms and a D. Phone C01 Arlington III. Truck Gardener's Picnic Arlington Heights Local No. C. T. G. F. A. will hold their annual Picnic and Dance In Meyer's Park and Pavihon wn Labor Sept. Music by Ullrich's Baud of Chicago. Games and Sport's. Refreshments of all kinds served on grounds. Dance tickets Everybody Committee. Out Canada Thistles Again Most tenants and land- lords havedone well about cutting thistles year but the recent rains have Matted the weeds very fast. I Soft in some places to 5 Jnctarfughwith ook lifer the but the notice with weedtt itroy then Canada Thirties i huda on. Cut them not roads about your of brush heaped covered and breeding places tor vile insects. It Is adisgraee to youtoallow weeds to go to pur place. Win. Thistle Seat of the The average of a healthy a minute. well edu- cated 16 to BO years ot agtf to learn the printer's Thorough Instruction and good la propor- tion to isrrlow Apply to C. pttWishtf and V AtttBftom SsttUa. FRIEDRICH REDEKER Phone 353 Arlingron I1L AUTOMOBILE OWNERS The Right Place to Get Your Cars Overhauled and Repaired. Your Engines Adjusted and Timmed. Your Tires Vulcanized. Your Storage Batteries Recharged. Your New Tires and Tubes. Your or tanks exchanged for full ones. Your Carbide for Gas lights. Your Brass Polish best Your Body Polish best Your Body Soaps best Your Lubricating Oils. Your Transmission Your Cup Greases. Your Automobile Supplies in General. IS BURKITTS GARAGE PHONE NO. 7 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS GET YOUR CLOTHES RE CLEANED and PRESSED FIRST-CLASS WORK AT REASONABLE PRICES FRANK KORTAN'S TAILOR SHOP AT LORENZEN'S OLD STAND ON CAMBEU. ST. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS ILLINOIS New Styles in Ladies Footwear FOR FALL All the Best and Newest Styles are Shown Here at the Lowest Prices Smart Fall for GirU There's a Style Here1 Now to Please Every Taste. 1 1 Good Shoes for the Whole Family FETER HARTMANITS SHOE AHuifton ID. CUNY VONASEK General Commission Merchants 265 South Water Chicago NEW NO 32S WEST SOUTH WATER CHICAGO We handle Dressed etc Prompt and Correct Guaranteed. WRITE FOR PRICES AND TAGS. FKEK COOUN6 KOOM9 OUR WANT ADS WILL BRING RESULTS   

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