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   Oak Park Daily Reporter Argus (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Oak Park, Illinois                                 JOB PRINTING  Get our prices when von icant zcork.  elbe 1Reportet>Hrgu8.  S Uli S CR ì PI IO N$  /'ti fear..........fi./.oo  Per Week.........m  S/'//»'te ( VjyS/i ,s......(¡2  VOL. 1. NO. 21.  OAK PARK. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY 1«), 1 <Mli,  SIX I ) A Y S A WKKK .  Go to the  Columbia Ice Cream Parlors^ S<  Ice Cjearn, Candies and Select Fruits.  234 S. Boulevard.  Sóuthwest cor. Wisconsin ave. Oak Park.  52nd Ave. and Lake St.  Austin.  C. MARROT, Hanager.  Tilt' largest, coolest and cleanest, place in t,lie town. We make our own lee Cream with pure cream. We guarantee the best cream in Oak I'ark. Our IIomemade lirick Ice ('-earn with fresh crushed fruits at our special price for all summer of !.'f> cents n quart. Leave your orders, we do the rest. Our tele phone number is 21.  Our soda water is noted for its popularity with everybody We carry a full line of all kinds of fresh fruits and Homemade ( 'andies.  (Jive us a call.  GEOR.GE BALDWIN  Landscape Gardener and Nurseryman 1020 South Boulevard Telephone 455  Let us spray vimr trees at one.- 1! \ mi would destroy the Maple Louse and  SAVE YOUR TREES  I make all my own insecticides. Haw yood machines and ¡rood men.  THE  HULBERT HOUSES  O /V I< PARK  RESIDENCES ONLY-NO FLATS ALLOWED  $4,300 to $7,000 011 Payment',:-; any Buyer can Easily Make  ( »  The " Mangine of the ('nine." -- V in bol i /.Cil in old Neu Kn; I.ITI'I the liirMiiijr of t Im* lire on your own ilea li h--t one. t ! i • ■ •i|»-nii.:' :i in 1)11111,the coining lull, I he ||||'.'.|".S||)11 of ;i | le f 111 a li e m ! ;iliidin; r  p'ii e. v. 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' 'a 11111 . ! ........ ! -  h 11 u-.e . w 11 h a n a i ia rl n n - n t ' ' li < ¡ i 11 ' r - i - i i ■. ! 111111 11111 t o t i i ■■ t i i e ' i i ,,. little worth, ami » Iii-- i-. why I a-L vu I" keep in iiimhI tie- .■■!■!, .  ¡'ivi-li toa I....... ni, t he I I M 1 b. i t prop, , I i l,i i lie po .. [ i '. i I a i ; i I , ..: •  a |ia rt n ie n t anil i-v.-iv ot h , ■ f o 1, j, ■<■ t m n a 1.1 e linn;.'"  Til \ Nsi'oitr \ i ln\ i,.i-aii,i r,o,.  1\ . A ;,] 1- I 'A II l'I", I. ■ 'A '■ -I I ..'.,.--- O-.-l I '.I  l'i'" K- -nil I II Pi "Hi «». ... .III. M.,,l I .nil -1  li l'i M ' ■ t o 11 ■"! i : Mi i:  '.I !. I I I!, I I It i 11,1 ..', 1 llll-.lt 1,11 I . I , i I I I I 11.  THOMAS H. HULBERT  Built-On-Honor Houses,  tt  l  to Get Best Results  You want to be right. To be right is to see us about your repairing. A new porch or an addition to your house is in our line.  GOETTER (EL HILLMANN  OUR NEW LOCATION 630 LAKE STREET  NEAR EUCLID AVENUE  TELEPHONE 348  SAVING THE TREES  George Baldwin Gives Some Good Advice.  Your Ad. Ought to Be Here  ami wliu'U the tree-; Mcmity arc now silt more especially the box ciders, certainly attenti< <n. car- in the early sttttt. Icr side of twigs and  Tit:- insect, ' 'i i ink I'ark rlii'l lering M'vm-lv, -ott maple and need- *mith'ili:ili' It n -11 al ly a pi n nier on the brnnclics in the shape of a circular brown scale, varying in size from an eighth to a ipiartcr of an inch He-iicatli tin- -cale i- quite a mas- of • -..¡loiiy "' llntT\ material, each of  ot minute ciftis. which hatch out into young lire along in June or July. They arc very active at this -tape, trawling around over the tree, and eventually m a few days' time fasten thcm-clvc- ,,n the twigs and leaves and -lick the -ap Here they remain it several weeks, when  condi!:,'!! ).. sec that thc\ ai e kept u el; waieicd. I feel pei!'-t'\ -at'c in saving that v"iir trees w:l! n..| be half -o liable to insect pe-t- ,,r disease if well fe<l and watered  I'.nt some one may say. "Win- arc  the forest trees not affected'" Bc-  i au-c they protect eacli other by shad nig the Ri'iiini]; because they fertilize tile soil with their own decayed haves each year; because tin- water is not artificially drawn from them; in short, because they are living under 11aI in ;i 1 , , nidit ions  <;i:< >R<;K hai I >\vi w  BROWN TO FIGHT  GEN. FOSTER HERE  JACKSON liOULUVARI) AND- CLINTON AVE.. O VU PARU | CITY ORICI;: <> MADISON SIRI lil 1  May I Send Yovi  Hooklct .  Negro Prolific in in His Alibis.  Get iii line for it by buying the Best of Feed for your horses.  GEO. A.LYTLE  Telephone 135. 449 North Boulevard.  JOHN E. PRESS  HAS IlKMOVlOl) TO NEW AM) LARGKR QUART1CRS,  J3M33 NORTH BOULEVARD.  High-Grade Wagons Carriages and Autos  KIRST-CLASS RKPAIRINO, PAINTING AND TRIMMING. ESTIMATES GIVEN  ALL WORK WILL l!E CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED  Do It Now  Let us quote you prices on installing an instantaneous Gas Water Heater one like your neighbor uses. We make a specialty of them and have them on exhibition in our showroom. Telephone 1144 and our representative will call the same day.  Thomas McGrogan  6313 Lake St  cult to destroy, ii- it is necessary t destroy the eggs .'is well as the in sert. and two of more application' nii^ht he necessary. Nor does it al ways con line itself to the maples and box elders, as 1 have already found theni this year in goodly quantities on hard maples and elm trees. loir trees once alTectcd it may lie neces iry to follow up the treatment for two or three years, but persistent work will do it. There are several I'lrunilas for making tlu i niitl.sioii, hut I have found the following to ^ive excellent "Service :  Boil down one-hall pound Ivorv •>o;tp in four I|uaits of watei, add to this one quart of kerosene, stir thoroughly for several minutes; in fact, I always boil the in together carefully for at least live minutes, then dilute to one half strength with cold water.  The greatest diftlculty, however, is to apply the emulsion after you have it made  Trees standing on lawns can not usually he reached with any appli.uue on wheels, such as are used in orchards, hence the work lias to be done by hand, and though there are plenty of small spraying machines with which you can reach the tops of small trees, so far 1 have not found any very practical for a tiee fifty to seceiity live feet high. It is necessary to climb up into the tree and take the ducking yourself while giving it to the insect. Such work is very di-agrecal>lc and it is better to give it to some one who thoroughly under stands it and is willing to do it. I have several machines, ami men who have been thoroughly trained, who are not afraid to climb, ami do the work thoroughly and conscientiously, and shall be pleased to hear from any one who wants to save their trees. I also want once more to warn all who I would keep their trees in a healthy  The dispensers of justice in Oak Park believe they have at last got Marshall Brown, the iniuiv times-tried colored liiiu-i -bi'iiiki'i', in line for a jury trial.  ltrown has been awaiting trial ever since hi- asked for a change of venue from Judge Kendalls court. At his previous trial an alibi u as established by his friends that seemed beyond a question of doubt. Accordingly he was released, onlv m be re-arrested as soon as lie had left the court room on another charge similar to the one for ivlueli he had been tried. It was at this stage of the proceedings that llrown demanded a change of venue.  II is demand being granted, Itrmvn came up for trial before .ludge Walker yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock. A score of friends were on hand as usual to prove that the prisoner was miles away from the scene of the robbery.  Judge Walker listened to the alibi that Brow n tried to prove but it did not look good enough to him. lie, therefore, held Brown over to the August grand jury.  A hearing will be given before the jury on August li.  Asks Regarding Needs of Company D. ;  Brig, (¡en II. Jack Foster, of I hi Cago. conimandci of t he Thi m 1 I'.i i- ,nl<•. Illinois \ational iiuard. of which ' oin-panv I) is a part, was in Oak rai l; today making a few inquiries regarding the needs of the company.  Oeneral Foster was inueli pleased over the outlook for tin- company, and spoke in high terms of the action of j our citizens in taking memberships in j the Military I'lub. He says our coin- | pany enjoys an excellent reputation with th, authoi iti> :, and 1,, . \p. . t . ; them to make a tine showing in camp next week. \  (¡eneral Foster was a gallanl otlieer in the Spanish war, being at that time colonel of the Sixth Illinois Volunteer Infantry, which saw hard service in Porto Rico under lieneral Mile--  i f  •I-' ir  • -> -  NISSE  v..  ATTEMPTED BURGLARY  Sam Dunlap Scares Man Away With Three Shots.  SANGERFEST IS COMING  Canaan Chapel, A.M.E. Church To Give Concert.  Sam liunlap, son of Mrs >iiiipson Dunlap. liL'.'l Forest avenue, had quite! an alarming experience last night  llis room is at the back of the house i directly above the kitchen door Be ! ing awakened by the barking of I he  housedog i' ow list a i i s. Sam arose and called the dog up and fedii,j.: that something was w rong lie readied for his revolver and opened the w indow, first having switched on the light.  As he diil so lie heard the kitchen screen door slam an.I perceived figure stealing across the tired three shots, whether man or with intent to known. But sutlicc it to burglar took to his heels beard from again.  Ol Í?  A  First-Cl^ss Grocery and Market.  T5he  Best Pierce for Yo\i to Tr^de.  c  o  A ' >  0  1  f:  The S. P.Nissen Co.  y.  i/  >-  ì-' Ç'  Telephones Private l:\ch inge 1.5.5  Purveyors of Pure Foods  119-121 N. Oak Park Ave.  A grand sangerfest will lie held at Hoard's Hall, .Iuly :il. under the uus-pice.s of the Canaan Chapel of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.  Some of the best talent in Chicago and Oak Park will help make the evening enjoyable. Among those who will take part are:  Mis:, B. Bishop, Mi:.:. Lillian Todd and Miss Cora Kdwards, soloists, and Pert Campbell, impersonator, assisted by a large chorus.  Mrs. I,. A. Uagan has been specially engaged to come from Minneapolis to manage the affair.  THEY ARE TO GO WEST  Arthur and Albert Rose to Start Next Monday.  WILL ENTERTAIN CLUB  Mrs. Thomas White to Have Them For Guests.  Mrs. Thomas White, president of the ladies' auxiliary of the horse snow will entertain tin- board of the Count ry CI ub early next week.  Mrs. White is an ex-president of the club and is held in great esteem bv its members.  ODD FELLOWS COMING  Delegation Will Arrive Tonight j From Elgin.  o  i )  Í':  ( C Ì  FINE SHOES  Special Offerings  (li hio-h  ill it's, Winnen  o-| l( Ills  sales, liest t;u'ti>rie>  rade * Kliu'ds m lilack and all le.tt iici's, lor Men. 1 ii>\ a nd ( 11 rl s,. These were ill it bono h t lui' special Tllev are the ( >H ul 11 C I -t he country.  Arthur and Albert Rose, of 530 North Keuilwoi th avenue, will blurt towards the Golden West Monday. Georgetown, Colorado, is their first destination, after wliieh they intend making a small tour of the state.  the wearer t Ile Ilio 1 lie low est possilili  h -1 <i ualt I ie prie es.  tho Ilio' tor  A delegation of sixty members of the Kane County Lodge, 1. O. I). F., will eome to Oak Park today ill a spec ial ear to visit the Cicero Lodge. A delegation will also come, from Chicago and a very pleasant time is antici pated.  J.S.INGRAM (SiCO.  Oak Park Avenue and Lake Street   

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