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Oak Park Daily Reporter Argus (Newspaper) - August 20, 1906, Oak Park, Illinois JOB PR J TV TING Get our prices when you Tumit work. VOL. I. NO. 4K. TLhc 1Reporter^Ecgu8. .v un seN n' f IO NS Per ìear. . .. Per il'er/c .... ... .<>6 Si>/£; /< ■ ('ofiirs OAK PARK, ILLINOIS, MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 190(,. SIX DAYS A WKICK. Black Mexican Sweet Corn Now Ready 20c Per Doz. Flitcraft Bros. Phone 141 615 Maple Avenue GEORGE BALDWIN Landscape Gardener and Nurseryman 1020 South Boulevard Telephone 455 Let us spiav y oui tiees at once if you would destroy the Maple Louse and SfVVE YOUR TREES I make all my own insecticides. Have f^ood machines and f»"ood men. FOR. SALE Modern 8-Room Houses now under construction, corner Oak Park Avenue and Washington Boulevard and 2(4 and 222 Waller Avenue, Austin. For particulars «nqure of Hibernian Bank, Agent, Clark and Monroe Sts. £0 6et 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 (SL HILLMANN OUR NEW LOCATION 630 LAKE STREET NEAR EUCLID AVENUE ::: TELEPHONE 348 J. B. HAIDLE Residence Phone, 74I4 OAK PARK TRANSFER CO. EXPRESSING, MOVING IN VANS DAILY TRIPS TO CITY CHICAGO OFF1CH: I06 Franklin Street Telephone. M«ln 4615 OAK PARK OFFICE: I37 North Boulevard Telephone «8 JOHN E. RR ESS HAS HKMOVKI) TO NKW AND LAUUKIt QUARTERS, \ 3 M 33 NORTH BOULEVARD. High-Grade Wagons Carriages and Autos Kirst-class Repairing, Painting and Trimming. Kstimates Given. All work will be nailed for and delivered. Telephone 314 Residence Telephone 5153 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 ■ I m 11 n 11111 m m 1111 h 11 m 111111 m 111 m n 11 h t H poem for Coday THE BAREFOOT BOY By .John Greenleaf Whlttler liKKlMLY, then, my little ninn, Live 1111.I laugh as boyhood canl ThnUKh the flinty slo|><*n lie hard, Ktuhhle mi tea red tlie new mown h ward, livery morn shall lead thee through Fresh baptisms of dew. Kvery evening from tliy feet Shall tin* c(k>I wind kins the heat; All t(M> soon these feet must hide In the prison cells of pride, Ixiso the freedom of the sod, Like 11 colt's for work he shod. Made to trend the mills of toll Up and down in ceaseless moll, Happy If their track he found Never on forbidden «round, Happy If they sink not in Quick and treacherous Hands of sin. Ah, that thou couldst know thy Joy Kre It passes, barefoot hoy! mini HHIH- NORMALS LICK RIVER FOREST River Forest Unable to Hit Vance. SKILLIN OUT OF FORM Visiting Team Plays Great Game and Walks Off With the Honors- are beautiful chestnuts and are expected to make quite a hit. A letter was received from the Midlothian Hunting Club, Haying that ten Hunter« would be entered. An exhibition of team work will be given by these animals ami their rider«. WATCH POND CLOSELY Water Company Places Armed Guard Over Reservoir. I .iglit The Chicago Suburban Water and Coiiipnny are taking radical measures to prevent a repetition of the superficial suicide j^lce by placing an armed guard over the reservoir every night. Since July 1 a night watchman has been 011 duty, but since the practical joker has begun to get River Forest lost the third and deciding game of the series with the Normals Saturday by a score of r, to l\ the Normals played u perfect game, not an error being chalked j busy he has been given a gun with up against them, while River For- instructions to shoot anybody seen est tielded in much worse style, ^ prowling around the company's three errors being recorded, two of grounds. which were costly. j The guard is situated near a tele Ski I li 11, who was in the box for phone so that the police can be the locals, was opposed to Vance, the Normal's twirler. The former j did not pitch up to his usual stand CHILD IS DEAD FROM BURNS Fire Ends Life of Little Dorothy Speer. THE DEATH CONIES QUICKLY Clothing Ignites and Victim Is Completely Enveloped in Flames ard, and Vance has the credit of out twirling him. Skillin was hit hard and at the right time, the Normals getting their three runs in the eighth by bunching their safeties. White and Me.Partney led in the batting honors. The Normal man annexed four bingles to his credit, all of which were good clean hits. In the fielding line credit should be given to bard at lirst, who took .re of fifteen chances without a misplay. Following is the line up and score: KIVKH rOHKST. NORMALS. Lovett, cf. Kentou, ef. Hawkins, Convey, If. White, c. Kinally, 3b. Hard, lb Uolmes lb. Kutina, If. Kearney, rf. Harper, rf. Mel'artncy, ~b. Hage, 3b. McKeuna, c. Meinlce, ss. llilgeiulorf, ss. Skillin, p. Vance, p. 1 a 3 4 5 ti 7 H y River Forest.... 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0— L! Elgin........... 0 0 0 1 (J 0 U 3 1 — f> Two base hits—Convey (-), Kinally, Struck out—lly Skillin, 3; by Vance, r>. Uases 011 balls—Off Vance, 4. Hit by pitched ball llilgendorf, Holmes, Harper, Hard. Double play—Kinally - Mel J arlney-llolmes. Umpire—Me Walters. Two base hits—Convey (-), Kinally, Struck out—lly Skillin, 3; by Vance, r>. Uases 011 balls—Off Vance, 4. Hit by pitched ball llilgendorf, Holmes, Harper, Hard. Double play—Kinally - Mel J arlney-llolmes. Umpire—Me Walters. called up at any time. PRIEST GETS VERDICT Father Zalensky Is Relieved From Gambling Suit. Father (J. A. Zalensky, who was sued a short time ago for an unpaid gambling debt, was relieved of the suit recently by Justice Tompkins in his court at 101 Madison street. Conclusive proof was found that the preacher had been cheated, so Zalensky was dismissed upon the promise that he would not indulge again. Dr. Denman Returns. Dr. I). T. Denman, pastor of the Haptist church, returned recently from a month's vacation spent in the east. With the pastor of a large Philadelphia church he visited Washington, Newport, Hoaton, New-York and other cities, aud on his return spent several days in Ohio at his old home. Friends of Mr. and Mis. Speer, ,VJ 1 I.inden avenue, greatly shocked Saturday to of the tragic details of the death of on«; of their children, litlle Dorothy, who died at live o'clock in the afternoon from burns received while playing in the kitchen. The child, who was but little over two years old, had been sitting 011 the porch with Mrs. Speer and one of the other children when she became thirsty, and ran into the house for a drink of water. A moment later her mother was startled to hear screams from the kitchen where the child had gone. Running to find out the trouble Mrs. Speer found her daughter's clothing 011 lire. Before the Haines could be extinguished, the girl sustained burns which resulted in her death late 111 the afternoon. The funeral services were held at the house this afternoon at -¡o'clock, Rev. Charles M. Morton otliciating. The remains will be taken to («race-land tomorow. FINE HORSES ENTERED Stud Farm Will Send Magnificent Animal to Local Show. Word has been received by J. Freil liutler to the effect that Truman's Pioneer Stud farm is to send two of the best auimals in the country to the local horse show. They are a Hackney mare and a Hackney stallion, and will be entered in the breeding clawus«. Botli Half Rates to Peoria, III. Via the Northwestern line. Excursion tickets will be sold at one fare for round trip, August ID, ~0 and 21, limited to return until August ¡23, inclu sive, aeeount of Democratic State Con vention. Apply to agents Chicago ■& Northwestern K'y. Society Reporter Wanted. DISCUSS DECORATIONS HULBERT HOUSES 0/\I< PARK RESIDENCES ONLY- NO FLATS ALLOWED $4,300 to $7,000 on Payments any Buyer can Easily Make. It. is a peeuliiie feature of the buying of a houle tliiit every d put. into it. count s i 111111 ed ill tei y ¡1 ml 1,0 its fui I value for the com !. family, ami at tin- same time saves you from the spending of am lar, which, if you are mal,in^ any oilier form of investment, y liiivc to ^o on paying for rent. It is also almost the only form 1 meni, in which there is absolutely no risk, arxl iti uhi part of the money Von put. into it. is not, uscii to pay Hi-y .'iriil cvpenses of other men. 10 very dollar conn'-. and counts for a full dollar. 111 110 other form of investment ilo into the enjoyment, of it until it is fully paid for, while in a In the lirst payment, you come immediately into ¡is full cnj.iviii. entire propelli- as though von had paid for it in cash in one This safe ami prntitablc investment. 1:11 ¡«factory as it is U bv all, or the best., that comes from the judicious liny ing of a home, thing brings so great, coliteli!, lo a family, or so increases it ■ le, esteem and self-respect,. With all this good, it, saves you monev for 110 great effort.. Imi t, it wort h the while'.' On tin- 11 u ! 1..■ 1 I in < )ak l'urli you buy safe, for from it the Mat building and e\ tionable thing is absolutely barred. oliai- voi, il-t of t lie .1 her dol Oil would ,f iin-est-e JI ...,111c I he a i -lor -, ,,11 \ ' ' 11 e I 111, e une. u ; ; 11 'III of t Inpayment. no mean-. No other II, .1 -elf and calls prope, u ■rv ol.jec- TRANSPORTATION (.ailiclit 1'nrk brunch ct Met rupoli t.ui K!.-\;»:.•<! : 11 v., wiilu two MocU-i west. I ,;ike Si re el K lev a lei 1 to end of line. w;ih, nn-- r ■ .0, lilm-kM Mouili. 1-1 on, »«--»« siil,. M."li s,u t. earn illrwi t,ii'llnt„ii-ui l' ir',.-si -i fe'ir THOMAS H. HULBERT "Built-On-Honor Houses/' JACKSON liOULKVARI) AND CLINTON AVK., OAK PARK CITY OR ICIi: 6 MADISON STRICT Mivy I Send You a Booklet? . NISSEN'S A First-ClÄ.ss Grocery ôctid Market. T5he Best PlôLce for You to Tracie. Horse Show Committee Meets This Afternoon. There will be a meeting of the decorative committee of the borne show at the home of Mrs. 15. .1. lJevington, 417 South Harvey avenue, this afternoon to discuss the plans for beautifying the grounds. The manner of decorating the boxes will be the chief matter for suggestion, as the ladies wish these to be as uniijuely trimmed as possible. Those composing the committee are the following: Mrs Frank Donahue, Mrs. V. L. Rossbach, Mrs. K W. Ratcliff, Mrs. A. A. Briggs, Mrs. John Lyon, Mrs. Frank Maeouiber. Mrs. 15. S. Davis. TheS.P.Nissen Co. Purveyors of Pure Foods Private^xchange .33 119"121 N. Oak Park Ave. The Reporter - Argus wants a young lady as society reporter. Must be well educated, bright aud of good personal appearance. Apply at thia . office. Half Rates to Mexico Gty, Mex. Via the Northwestern Line. Excursion tickets will be sold at one fare for round trip, August 15 to September 1, inclusive, with favorable return limits, on account of International Geological Congress, Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern R'y. FINE SHOES Special Offerings of liifili ^riule Oxfords in Black anil Colors, all leathers, for Men, Women, Hoys and (iirls. These ¿mods were not bouyht for special sales. Tliev are the products ot the lu-st factories in the country, ^'ivin^ the wearer the highest qualities Unfile lowest possible prices. J.S.INGRAM (SiCO. Oak Park Avenue and Lake Street
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