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Oak Park Times (Newspaper) - June 9, 1898, Oak Park, Illinois THKEE MONTHS, 25c. OAK PARK, XLIillSrOlS, THURSDAY, JUIs'E 9, 1898. OJS E DOLLAR A YEAR. owing to the absence of Mr3. Whittlesey and daughter on a visit In Bock-ford. MISS NELLIE AINSLIE graduated yesterday from St. Mary's collegc, Knoxville, 111. AND MRS. REGINALD CARNESMrave just returned from a visit of several months in California. MISS CLARA WEABER is visitine in Hinsdale. MR. A. H. WILSON land family, 239 Home avenue, have removed to Michigan. , Lieutenant Hobson set the pace, The Spanish fleet to throttle, And never was a neater cas; <pf corking up a bottle. And ii a call should come again For Corkers we've a million men! | Social and Personal $ Well, boys, you don't recall the yea-c^,^ • Some thirty years ago, ^ When "Dolly VardeTi'^ats we -e here And made the girls a showN I went to church, and sitting there, I looked across their heads— The sight was like, I do declare, A lot of posey beds! This season's flowery hat display Reminds me of the hours When ev'ry girl was one bouquet Of very' pretty flowers. ¡1 *And now these millinery spreads Aro just thft ,apEl.,af .show We had In shape of posey beds . Some thirty years ago!. as captain in the regular army and his salary will bo $150 per month. All his Grand Army and many other friends are ready to congratulate the captain on this preferment. \THE EPWORTH LEAGUE gave a srViable in the Methodist church, Riycr Forest, last Friday evening. It tois of a patriotic natuTev^nd Included a fine musical program. 'On efeature was a march by twenty-four young girls, who sang Sousa's "Hurrah for the Flag of the Free!" .MRS. DE WITT ANDREWS, 305 N North boulevard, will remove to South Grove avenue. DR. C. L. ENS LEE and sister of the Kenton have removed to 1502'Monroe Street, Chicago, where the doctor has completed a fine 'flat liuilding. THE NAKAMA ladies will close the season with a bicycle meet today. They assembled at the home of the president, Mrs. Adams, 220 Home Avenue, at 9 o'clock in the morning and wheeled to Riverside, where they spend the day and will enjoy a basket luncheon. They have had very bright and pleasant programs during the year past and the club is one of the most successful socialorganizations Oak Park has had. MR. AND MRS. R. QUAYLE, 333 N. Harvey avenue, have returned from a week of delightful fishing at Robert's resort, Neenah, Wis. MRS. DR. WORTHINGTON and <iaugltter,_il5 N. Oak-Park avenue, will leave t0 morrow for a short stay at Freeport and Janesville, and will spend the remainder pf the summer at-Lake Delavan-, Wlff."' t A DANCING PARTY was given The Plaza Saturday evening. MRS. PAUL DLATCHFORD, 433 N. îuclid avenue, gave j a reception to friends on Tuesday.' • Brings the necessity for HOT WEATHER GOQDS. We were never so well prepared to meet the wants in this line of .goods, as at present. . /Never had such HANDSOME, STYLISH W GOODS; NEVER SUCH GREAT VALUES. MRS. GEORGE H. ORR, 319 N, Euclid avenue, has gone to West Baden Springs, Ind. MISS ALICE BLACK of Clinton ave-nUs> is visiting relatives in Ohio. MISS CORINNA W.ELCH of Waukesha, Wis., is visiting her cousin, Miss Clara Middleton, 12G Maple avenue. MRS. J. W. MIDDLETON, 12G Maple aven'ue, is visiting her ' sister, Mrs. Welch of Waukesha, Wis. MISS MAE MAC CONNELL of Oak Park avenue will return this week from New York, where she has been'.visiting for several weeks. MR. R. C. SPENCER; and family of Chicago have become residents of River Forest. Only a Few of the Many MR. AND MRS. R. S. O'DELL, 254 Keystone avenue, River Forest, will attend the meeting of the state board of the Northwestern Underwriters' Association this week. MISS,PEIRCE'S ROOM of the River Forest schools entertained the Kindergarten ..club of Hull Mause, Chicago, Saturday, June 4, in Thatcher's woods. Their teachers and thirty-two pupils from the city participated. Luncheon was served. THE MISSES AGNES GOODWIL-LIE, Josephine Ashleman and Grace Wilcox entertained the senior class of the Oak Park high school on Friday evening, June 3, with progressive games. Refreshments were served, after which the guests indulged in dancing. About thirty of the seniors were présent. TWO TALLY-HO PARTIES passed through Oak Park last week. One was from Chicago and stopped to serenade Mrs. McCune, who is seriously ill in the heme of Mrs. R. S. 0'Dell,'254 Keystone avenue. River Forest. The coach was gay with flags^^id the party was composed of laMciTv-'lth a gentleman cornetist, whc#layed patriotiteialrs. As the coach.passed eastward along Lake street the hoVn pounded the strains of "Rally Round the Flag." The River Forest Iielles-Lettres club coached to Lincoln Park on« Saturday. The party, which numbered 45, reviewed the park and then enjoyed supper at the refectory. Thus very pleasantly the club closed the season. / MR. D. D. GARCELON will return to his house,-365 North boulevard, June 15. Miss Fannie B. Abbott will occupy Mrs. Dr. Worthington's flat'at 113 Noflth Oak Park avenue. MR. T. M., JACKSON, River Forest, has been-off maneuvering with the finny athletes of the lakes. THE W. C. T. u. LADIES, members the third distrjiSt, were invited to visit, the Boys' Industrial School in Glenwood on Wednesday, taking flowers and literature. • Some of the ladles ^¡11 visit the Boys' Cottage „.Home of River Forest on flower mission day. MR. C. R. McHUG'H and family, 027 Forest avenue, have returned from their extended travels in the West, rejoicing in the complete restoration of Mr. McHugh's health. MR. GEORGE W. WOODBURY, 213 South Euclid avenue, who has been Sick is i^ow convalescent. MR. AND MRS. H. t L. JONES, of the dally Chronicle, Chicago, have become residents of Oak I^ark at 425 S. Elmwood avenue. THE WHEELS t^e legal mills turned just right Tq \§itch the names of Messrs. John Farson and E. C. Cook for the next grand jury. iscon-eek in MISS SUSAN ROGERS, 203 Wis «in avenue, is spending the weel Knoxville, 111. \___ MRS. GEORGE CLASON and child of Englewood are visiting with Dr. F. M. Reynolds, 740 Woodbine avenue. MRS. A. F. BANKS and Mrs. C. H. Ackert are spending a few days in Knoxville. MRS. ROBERT PARKER has returned from a visit with her sister, in Philadelphia. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE W. FUR-BECK are happy because of the coming of a little daughter to their home. MRS. W. ■ A. BLANCHARD ana daughter Mina will visit in Cleveland'/ °l>io, indefinitely. MAJpR f. d. thompson has been appointed to the position of inspector ln the quartermaster's office, department of the flakes, headquarters in the Pullman biiUdirig, Chicago. He ranks MR. H. W. LAWSON has been elected principal of the Maywood high School. Mr. Lawson is from Lawton, Mich." MISS JENNIE HALL, 315 S. Scoville ^venue, who has been quite sick, is convalescent. MISS MAUDE HARRIS, 118 Home avenue, entertained a few friends v at a cinch party on Friday evening. MR. »WALTER WHITTLESEY will do bachelor penance for several weeks, You Wetted Be Surpised to Know ^ WHAT'-EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS we have now in the way of Hats and Bonnets, both trimmed and untrimmed. If you will call any time within the next ten days we can prove to you the goods are sold absolutely without regard to price. We have very pretty trlmhipd hats for three dollars, and children's hats as low as one-fifty. Before talcing a .summer vacation these MUST BE SOLD. MISS GILL, Elsom Block, Oak Park. Fine Lawns, State-st's i, 10c "Bargains" 'Jq '^t^V^x Dimities* very li'ndsomc goods WASW / and good < r ■GOOPgJ 20c values, Madras Cloths, the prico all ov,er is 20c—we reduced |r to n.. .. ., .. .. .. .. .... • • Wt Every New Thing - , everything that is desirable, at , prices not to be beaten, we have in stock. , The handsomest I g-oods on the market—the best values you ever saw. Here you find ' "Our Long Suit" Starting With pi ^ Ladies' Vfpts at We have these, g-oods at all prices, 10c, 15c, 20c o-and for....... We surpass any goods you ever saw^for the money. Be Sure and AsK to See Our Ladies' Underwear. Parquet Floors. iiiias & Grenfell have arranged with a large Chicago house and can-pnt in parquet floors and borders at city prices. Call/at shop, 215 Lake street, and see samples and get terms. Jobbing attended to promptly. Tel. 55-2.. REMEMBER, we can give the lowest possible prices on Hay and Grain. G\ive us one month's trial and see. ^ CHARLES H. ZIMMERMAN, 449 North Boulevard, Oak Park. PAINT YOUR HOUSES. We are of fering good inducements for June, July and August. H. W. Gilbert & Co., 113 Oak Park avenue. fro, we do not tell you we can sell you first-class goods as cheap as you can get poor ones at fake prices, but we do sell you first-class goods at fair living prices, and are not "just out" and "have something just as good." Chas. P. Miller, druggist, 206 Lake street. Shirt Waists fer'itai Z goods is simply immense. We have the Trojan—the recognized leader in Shirt Waists. Our lines are unbroken—new ones addeds almost every day. Come to us for vour Shirt Waists. We don't need longer to quote prices, for Prices no longer cut any figure. We have elegant hats yet in stock and are prepared tp-make anything you wait, ■ and just as you want it. Yo burfor now .$3.00, $2.00 hats that earlier cost you $5.00, S6.00 and $8.00. Come soon,as the season will close shortly. Muslin Underwears The famous "W. Lock Stitch" is recognized as the best made. We have full lines and are even beating the prices on the cheap "truck" sold by the "Bargain Monsters." _ Hosieries^ Our trade on Hosiery has always been great because of the values we give. We were never better fixed to serve you in this department. You cannot go amiss in buying your Hosiery from us. Our Men's 50c Under- wear is a slick garment sure. It's bringing us trade that never came our way before. We are suae it's the best value on the market. See it before you buy. ^ THE x ENTERPRISE. Fruit ream, ^outan in BncKs .OR ANY OTHER KIND DESIRED, BOY WAITED at Albert Burgess', 140 Lake street, Oak Park. Athletic supporterà at Miller's drug store. For first-class piano and violin lessons address Prof. WmJ.Schmidt, 3157 Indiana avenue, Chicago, who visits Oak Park every Monday and Thursday Drink L. A. W. at Miller's. It is refreshing and healthful. GO TQ CICERO & PROVISO Ice company for your summer. supply of ice. Clear Lake Geneva ice.- Prompt delivery. Telephone 110. Office, Hàr-lem and Circle avenues. ALBERT BURGESS, x 'Phone 87. 140 Lake Street, and at the Avenue Bakery, 453 North Blvd. ii Harrison Street Lots? [^Qyy PriCCS They mnst soon advance. Are the finest HOME PROPERTY on the WEST SIDE and are offered at ♦ Buy a Home NOW. / | Fine Bieotrie Car Service through to the loop. j VASTUS SIPPERLY, i Room 1103,2IS Dearborn St., Chicago,»,.,, Si.l^K^ffiS^,™^ O OP^NSUNDAYS.
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