Oak Park Times, August 25, 1898

Oak Park Times

August 25, 1898

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Oak Park Times (Newspaper) - August 25, 1898, Oak Park, Illinois er ON.K COPY, a CENTS OAK PAKIv, ILLINOIS, TIIURSDAY\-A l'(i I ST 25, JSiKS. ONE DOLLAR A YEAT?.Shall Cicero Continue to Back Up that Race Track Joint at Hawthorne?It Is Expected to Be Running Wide Open^gain and After September 5. About August I tbet Cicero Trustees Adopted a Resolution, Unanimously, Ordering President Emerson and Chief of Police Vallins to Enforce the Laws of the State and Ordinances of the Town Against the Gambling Bookmakers at Hawthorne. But that Resolution Was Scarcely Spread Upon the Minutes, Where It Still Stands, Before the Gamb-EingCarnival Was in Full Blast and Continued for Two )^eeks, Practically Under the Authority at President Emerson and Command of Chief Vallins, in Defiance of the Order of the Trustees, Laws of the State and Towtl, and in Apparent Defiance of the Almost Unanimous Sentiment of the People di Cicero! Shall This Be Continued? DESPITE THE EXTREME HEAT about twenty-five ladies met at Mrs. Seaman's last Tuesday for their weekly sewing, and tried to forget Lheii own discomfort, in .the• thmrgl'lt "of Che terrible wtinther endured by our so'.difers in Cuba. ^ An enthusiastic business meeting was held in the afternoon, much interest being manifested in the future of the. society. It was voted that it should become auxiliary to the Army and Navy League, and in what way tliis necessary work will be continued will be decidcd at the next .regular meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 30. It is urged upon members that they endeavor to be present and give their vie.ws upon the subject.. A social will be held Monday evening, Aug. 29, at Mrs. Seaman's home. 139 Son tli Grove avenue. A good program will he prepared arid refreshments will bo served. All G. A. R. members, all Daughters of the Revolution, all Sons and Daughters of Veterans and all patriotic Oak Park friends are- given a very cordial invitation to lie present and make this ast social of the -Woman's Aid Society a "peace jubilee." MRS. .TOSIAH CRATTY'S very not- I ed families of snow white Angora cats were noticed at length in the Sunday Times-Herald, with a picture of the .eight kitties. These cats have the bluest kind of pedigrees and are very valuable. Chrysanthemum, now deceased, had hair-nine and a quarter Indies long when yet a kitten. The tails of the grown animals are busby, like those pf foxes. MR. D. B. STONE and family, 7-! Belieforte avenue, desire to express their sincere gratitude to the ma-ny friends and organizations that extended sympathy ¿nd kindlier,'- to them in consequence of th'i '-■•■• of Daniel A. Stone, witli the Fii'v Illinois Infantry, before Santiago. THE NORTHWESTERN Railroad shopmen and their families went out to I.aurelwood Park last Saturday on an excursion. There were about 4.000 in the party and it took six trains to carry the merrymakers.HOUSE RENTING. REAL ESTATE.FIRE INSURANCE. ,, — - ■FRANK H. JUNE, 101 Marion Street.? % t t t I $ $ S * What Will Tt- 'limes has often been asked alia; s being done about the race-track Sam- ing at Hawthorne. Nothing; T!> town authorities have shown no im-li: :tion to stop it, and it looks as thoiu.i the next racing m»et wi.l run liinv.rh like tiie last, the town police nn v ,ii(l to fight the battle* of the j;am " ■ i s. tttMrt ************ ; Social and Personal J * in •f-frfrttotc-c-c-tc-tc-ite-f .Mi. KIUVARD ('. WAU-EK. son -jf I'' 1 Waller. River Forest, and one of Km.ejt's famous, gallant "Roiuh Kii!< ■-." returned last Sunday on a v.-.-..; . have. The wound on the back "f 'i - head has healed. It. was made : :iagme'nt of a shell, which ex-¡.¡•).'' over him while in the trenches Santiago. The concussion and Mow 'trove liis face into the mud as ■ ' ji: - - .--»•«! there by a 100-pound weigh'. 'Tl.. uere lying down at the time.) Mie ccp of metal hit him a glancing •'"'<».•• just at the base of the cranium, ugly gash and passed on through lar. It * .J a mere chance: that aped The same shell kilb a conmuU' on either side of him. He "as also in that deadly charge •Hi i'-' hill at El Ganey. when the nier. ,11 his right and left fell not to 1 i^'' izain. His escape has been mar- - Though showing the effects of ¡mate and hard campaigning, he ■ e is feeling well and will return - regiment at Montauk Point, next week. He expressevs the *t admiration for Col. Roosevelt •■n. Wheeler, which is fully shar-every man in their commands, aey are men and warriors, every "f'them—and so are the men un-Hr '-"-em, including Edward C. Waller, Hi; w.--nt over'to Chiirlevolx, Mich.; on Mctooay, where his father's family are, ai5d vili probably return with them "n ii turd ay next to his home, Alive r£T.e. Ilk-lie the ■ .-ay.-lo ) I- i ¡11»! cd h ■ And ■ inch J. W. TOPE and family r<*tu,rnr ,>cl *"»m Lake Geneva Jaat week. Be Pone? What can be done? The people can demand of the town board that it enforce the laws. It can be done by petition and resolutions. The time to do it is before the meeting 'fif the board next Tuesday. Will Oak Park and Aufetin give virtual approval of this outlawry bv supine inactivity? FREDERICK PiilXNEY'S Knit",! Slates: band gave great satisfaction in the program presented last Tlvursday eveninu. The chairs were all sold, and M'.O more could have been used, indicating the largest attendance of this "Season. I'llintiev -knows that the ordinary musical monotony is not enough for a large general audienc\ He. remembers that he is not entertaining skilled musicians alone, but the pcnple. So he furnishes...the...enthusiasm himself, and to do it he offers a program full of energy, vivid expression, well Spiced with novelties, and some spectacular features. He throws in many of the good old airs that never wear out, and enough of the operatic to gratify those who appreciate- the niore intricate compositions. The audience liked it, fi>r it-cheered repeatedly and encored often with enthusiasm. -Phinney's band will be present tonight again, and probably at the next two concerts, which will conclude the festival«, this season. To meet the increased' demand .100 additional chairs wilj be provided tonight, DR. AND MRS. SILAS McDONALD returned last week from their wedding tour, having found the weather of the northern lakes very cool and pleasant. MR. I>. M. l.OVETT returned yesterday from Power's Lake, where he had devoted a week to needed rest. MRS. LEE WAVER and Miss Ethel are at South Haven, Mich., for an outing of two weeka: MISS CI-SfRA LIN,DRV of Oshk&sh visiting Mrs., Charles W. Seabury, 509 Forest avenue. MR. WARREN FURHECK pave his Sunday-school class of the First Congregational. School an excursion to Utke Geneva last Saturday, where the members were his guests during the day. MRS. ALBERT F. STORKE and the children are spending a montli in Oconomowoc, Wis., and the doctor is endeavoring to make life tolerable as clubman and bachelor. EDWARD T. BARNARD. 124 South boulevard, one of the Oak Park boys, is now sergeant in Company C. Third Mississippi Infantry, located at .lack-son. Miss. MISS MOWER of Milwaukee returned home on Monday, having visited for ten days with her sister. Mrs. Annie Hunt. 329 Pleasant street. tCALL US UP ~ X X X X When you want to be Sure You Get What You Ask For, and remember that it's better to be Sufe than Sorry. We Never Substitute—every pre-scription gets precisely what it calls for, and of the purest and freshest drugs, too. No Trouble to Deliver Goods. / Try us and see. < Orders Received for Piano Tuning. X, XL M, LOVETT, Telephone 118» Sl'PT. W. H. HATCH came in from his vacation on Saturday, preparatory to the year of school work. Mrs. Hatch will return later. Milhr's beef, iron and wine for tint tired feeling. Miller's Drug Store. MISS M1 CORD, stenography, typewriting; expert penmanship work; visiting cards written. Notary public;. Bank office, 204 Lake street. ICE CREAM SODA at Albert Burgess', 14 Lake-Stre'ft. FOR RENT, 102 Home Ave.—8-room modern brown-stone front, hardwood finish, newly papered. $3».00. Apply to FRANK H. JUNE. Exclusive Agent, 101 Marion St. Tel. 26. Key can be had upon application at this office. The Col. Pre.-co;t. a tep-eent cigar, for five cents, at Miller's Drug Store.Harrison Street Lotsi Are the finest HOME PROPERTY on the WEST SIDE and are offered at I Q |>i a An They must soon advance. LOW rrices. Buy a Home NOW. Fine Electric Car Service through to the LOOP. ERASTUS SIPPERLY, Room 1103,215 Dearborn St., Chicago. OAK PARK OFFICE: Corner Madison St and Harlem Avenue. OPEN SUNDAYS, We Are Showing The handsomest line <>f footwear ever brought to this town. All the latest effects for fail and winter wear. In slyle of last, style of toe. and material used in their construction. There is nothing- lacking- in this assortment—all complete. Critical buyers will fully appreciate tha beauty of our new lines. Our line of footwear for ladies and gentlemen, at the popular price of i'i.00 » pair, is above criticism. l!uv early and lead in the .style.THE OAK PARK SHOE STORE, CHARLES CARLSON, Prop. 128 LAKE STREET. Delos Mull & Co.,105 Marion St. .».AGENTS FOR OAK PARK... City OfSe«, 1435 Monadnock Bldg,1 Charles Drechsler,UNDERTAKING .i ' .Storage and Furniture. 108-110 Lake Street, - - - Oak Park, ¡11. Telephone 70. H, G. FIDDELKE .architect.« OAK PARK.) 203 Marion Street Near Utu. YAJ. A. BUNGE, Plumber & Gas Fitter 107 LAKE STREET, T*L tSl-5. OAK PARK. ILL. ;