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Chicago West Side Vindicator (Newspaper) - July 13, 1895, Chicago, Illinois Gents Nekl Egeo and a Cucalo shirt at j. No enter Price. A the 0, Park Firo depart Mont has a now Telephone no. 115. Which in Oon useted with the exo Hungo. A a the Onk Park Firo App Artmont Damn to in Vohnda Tho first Strong Tho Standard Oil company h Fie. A Benj. Congleton har bought . Enter Liing Al interest in the livery big Bingea and in t Gorp it alone. A ladies White 5 Hook kid and 8-Bulton Mon obtain gloves $1 00 to $1 50, monday at Tho Lontor Price. A mrs. W. To. Cook will Fulvo a reception to about thirty eur bin at her Homo pork Ayento this Friday evening. Bur Geul served. A mryl. A. Gale gave a Reoe Priori at Hor Reed once 215 Kenilworth Avo no thursday Lanting from 2 to 10 p. In. Thoro Woro about sixty pot Bonn present. A Quot big tree Quot will add room the congregation at Tho Baptist Chyroh next sunday morning. Or. Quot big tree Quot if a converted Indian and in his Way to Tho National convention Tho b. P. U., which soon rain Baltimore next work. Pro water for family Uroz Ono Dollar a will pay for ton Gill one White Rock Mineral up Rigi water delivered at your Home. Buy Barclay and you will be promptly served. A . And mar. Geo. H. Tetor Tho Enterprise have goo for a two m Tilths to Journ at Tho Lake Pozgan gun club grounds in Northorp Wisconsin where they will enjoy Tho Behof fishing and Hunting. While there they will live at a private club House. A the second Tho second series the Bummer evening band concerts Oak Park wan riven at the Corner Horn Avenue and pleasant Street by the american band and orchestra from 7 30 to 10 p. There was a Large crowd present and a program unusual Merit. A Tho congregational methodist Baptist and presbyterian churches have arranged for Union services during the summer. Bev. Or. Hulbert conducted Tho services at the methodist Church last sunday evening. Next sunday the services will by held at the presbyterian Church. A v Needle peddle from Chio Asto giving his name As b. W. Berline entered an Oak Park Home unannounced and when Tho owner protested against a stranger taking such liberties word ensued Ond Berline was finally arrested and fined $10 for disorderly conduct and $2 for puddling without License. A wednesday last week miss Jennie Wilcox 111 South Grove Venno entertained a party at luncheon previous to her departure for Denver col. The party consisted miss Panzer fou do Lac wis., miss Morris Maple Avenue . Patti and . Jamos Montagno Eili ii Lake View. A Rev. R. H. Pooley s Snoj at the methodist Church next Sudny morning will be Quot the holy spirit As the supreme to the oven aug he will address Tho Union meeting Tho evangelical churches at the presbyterian Chyroh Quot the attractive Force in a several prominent churches in Oik Park have decided to hive to sunday evening preaching during july and August except a Union service. Last sunday evening the Union service was held at the methodist Church . Hurlbut preaching and next sunday evening Rev. R h. Pooley will preach at Tho presbyterian Church. In. G. Moore is building a handsome Brick and Frame Reid ouch do Forest Avenue. The first Story is made roman Brick trimmed with Stone in 1 Terrt Cotta the second Story and Gables Are heavy Frame work with planter panels. The Interior finish is hard Wood and the reception room will be ornamented with Mahogony finish. Tho Structure will Cort about $15,000. Frank Wright is the architect and win. Adams the building contractor. A Lake Geneva a strictly first class sex in Sion. No crowded cars to this Beautiful resort saturday july 13tb. Round trip Only $1.00. Leave Linden Park a terminus Lake Street elevated Road 8 00 a. Austin 8 02 a. Ridgeland 8 01 a. Avenne 8 0g a. Oak Park 8 08 a. River Forest 8 12 a. Maywood 8 13 a. M Melrose Park. 8 15 a. In. Reach Lake Geneva 11 a. Williams i a 11 15 a. Retraining leave Williams Bay 5 40 p. Luke Geneva 6 10 p. M.c1ce1u s s interesting news grist a fresh and id Eland. A . John came leaves for his California Home in about five weeks. A some the so ill boys Are still wearing their bandages showing that Tho fourth is Over. A Hal Hilton returned last wednesday morning from his trip to California greatly improved in health. A mrs. F. H. Oriel left the fore part the week for England for the Benefit her health and to visit her sister. A the fourteen year old son . Malow Ali it resides Chicago Avenue had his face powder burned the fourth while celebrating with a toy Cannon. A Frank Borwell is Frank in admitting that he is very much edited Over the fact that the family name is to be perpetuated. Frank . Arrived monday Aud is doing Well. A Profe fior e. P. Short was the pianist at the saturday evening at the Park club and Rou dered amongst other music some very Fine Waltzin much to the satisfaction those present. A Quot chief Quot Coombs is looking for More fires. He says there will be two More always three not far apart. The Ridgeland brigade did nobly Moldav night to get the first Stream water playing. A a Long distance Telephone has been put in the office the Cicero amp proviso Street railway company at Tho Power House. Cicero people pm now talk to other cities Ond towns without the necessity going into the City. A the name in an item in last week s paper regarding the arrest Isabel Betty should have bean Given As m ind Betty. This was no mistake the vindicator a however As the wrong name was Given to he police. A the Melville boy who was so severely burned by a powder explosion the tues ii before the fourth and whote eyesight it a wbb feared was lost is recovering. He can see a Little out one Eye and the fears that he would to totally Blind Are being dissipated. A a . Lawrence v. Peterson Naa opened a paint shop with paper hanging Etc., in the store the Ridgeland hotel building where he will to pleased to receive orders for All kinds work in his line including painting decorating and paper hanging he has a Large Stock goods hand and this with Bis experience will enable him to give the Best satisfaction to those who favor him with their orders and attend to their commands with promptness. A 8. H. Clifford new Cassel wis., was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism a his stomach was disordered his liver was affected to an alarming degree appetite Fel away and he was terribly reduced in Flash and strength. Three bottles Electrio bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd Harrisburg 111., had a running Soro his leg eight years standing. Used three bottles electric bitters Aud Soven boxes buckle s Arnica Salve and his leg is bound and Well. John speaker Catawba o., Lead five Large fever sores his leg doctors said he was incurable. One bottle electric bitters and one Box Buckton s Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by 8. Lovett druggist. Oak Park and ii. H. Traill druggist Austin. A Tennis a id baseball shoos from 50o up Henry Pilligor p. A goo. Hull loft for Willingford conn., last thursday. A a. W. Strador now has charge Tho Oik Dalo hotel. A reduced priors Tan Shoeb. Latest styles. Henry Pilling . A Georgo Hull loft thursday for now York. A miss Ada s horror Aurora is Tho guest miss Moy Potwin. A mrs. Perkins 5815 Ontario Street is preparing to Stutt for a visit in Tho East. A Frod Francis will break in hib now wheel with a Vontury run to King Illinois. Try Rogers milk in pint and Juart bottles and Cream in pint and half pint bottles. A mrs. Holland and son Earl Ontario Street have gone East to to Aba ont several weeks. Be. S. Osgood Hab gone to Ocean Grove where to will join his wife who is visiting Thoro. A Edwin Lovejoy wont to Idaho Falls Idaho whore Hom a make his future Homo. A a. Mcnaughton wife Quot and daughter Hgt to goo Eist Aud will to absent two months. A miss Ada Sherer Auroro is visiting miss May Pat win residing South Park Avenue. A a dross making and Plain sewing done at 218 Pine Avenue near Ohio Street Austin Iii. A miss Penelope Dicy residing at 120 North fifty third Street is in Pittsburgh for Tho summer. A miss Elith Wallace who has been visiting Aurora two weeks returned Wadues Day. Or. 15 Goode his opened an upholster and furniture repair shop at 217 North Park Avenue. A mrs. Lydia b. Smith and daughter have Gono to their future Hojnos in Providence Rhode Island. Cd. E Ayton and wife Are delighted at the arrival a Little son at their Home North Waller Street. A a new thing is Rogers milk and Cream in bottles. Try it Rogers 222 North Park Avenue Austin. A a miss Ada Slorer. Who Hab been visiting miss Mao Potwin returned to her Home in Aurora last monday. A Rev. Thos. Westerdale s subject sunday morning at the congregational Church will be cd. B. Southern his be turned from St. Louis whore he had goo with his regiment the Chicago zouave. A . Litber and wife and his sister mrs. Otto 5710 Erie Street Are in Mioshi for a several week visit. A the Surprise employment Bureau 227 North Park Avenue. I be $1.00, in Advance Good for six weeks. Free to girls. A . An 1 mrs. Groot and granddaughter 5421 Ontario Street Are spending the summer in Albany now York. A miss Chrissie Moore and miss Sanford residing Central Avenue have returned from their Vaciliou in Michigan. A a Tennis tournament Austin players will be Given under Tho auspices the Lenox club sometime during August. F. J. Roath and Bride returned wednesday from a three weeks visit and trip in Michigan which Thoy greatly enjoyed. A the King s daughters Are sending fresh Al Iwers t the hospitals in Chicago every week during Tho summer months. A mrs. E. Baker wishes us to announce that the w. C. T. Can Supply Good reliable girls for House work at fair wages. Pc. H. Fantham fourteen years with w. W. Kimball co., piano and Organ tuning. Leave orders at miss Wood Musio teacher �11 North Central Avenue Garner s drug store Austin. A Byron Dowse injured Throe fingers his left hand pretty Bev ettely the fourth but will not Loose the use that member. A . And mrs. L. E. Hall were called Home wednesday from Silver l Ike by the sudden death their Bister airs l Iii Falcy. A a. Benson a Glrst Coloso Carpenter has moved out from Tho pity and occupies the House . Bortoli at 440 North Central Avenue. A misses May and Delia amme flon miss Jennie Dunfee and miss Maud Deoker will Camp out for several Days at the Deb plaques Camp meeting. A . Sedgwick Bastir and i mrs. B. Deane miss Addie Deane and misses Nellie and Burnice Bond went to Paw Paw Lake. Michigan last saturday. A Don t forget one those elegant nut coif de cakes will be Given away every thurs afternoon for each 2&Quot> xxx Blue labels saved from my loaves. Albert Burgess successor to Geo. Nordenholt Oak Park. A the meeting the w. C. T. Will be held at the Reading rooms Ohio Street Friday july 19th. Mrs. A. W. Shutter will conduct Tho services subject Quot our a miss Ida Date who formerly resided with her parents North Central Avenue but More recently in Chi ago was married a few Days ago to . David Mauny new York. A born july 4th, to j. A. And Jennie Pursley residing at 5434 Ontario Street a son. Judging from the Date his birth this boy should develop into a patriotic Republican. A hair Dresser and chiropodists mrs. Crook announces that she will Call ladles at their Homes receive them at her residence 403 Willow Avenue Corner Washington Boulevard Austin. Terms As reasonable As at Oak Park office. Hairdressing manicuring and chiropodist. Rev. W. Sterfield left thursday his bicycle to be absent about a week. He will All friends at Elgin Geneva and Oregon Aud visit his father at King s ills., which Pluto is Over a Hundred Miles from Austin. A we. H. Bisby 5813 Superior Street passed through a very dangerous and critical operation june 22ud, very successfully Aud is rapidly recovering at the residence his father in Law . Richards in Tho City. A Tho swedish evangelist lutheran Messiah Church hold services in thu m. E. Chapel Corner Superior and Alma streets sundays at 10 30 a. And 7 30 p. In., and thursday evenings at 8 00 clock. Rev. C. E. Cesander pastor. A at the presbyterian Church sunday morning the subject the Dia Courso will be Quot the True value the old at the men h club Servito in the evening the subject the Short Sermon will be Quot Tai Law gravitation in Tho spiritual a a Barber named Guenther who has a shop state Street Chicago was arrested for shaving sunday and brought out to Austin tuesday evening where he plead guilty Aud was fined $10 and costs by Justice Amerton. Another Case will be tried Friday night. A the ladies Tho congregational i Church had an Eye to business in having their ice Cream supper fourth july evening. The fireworks display near Tho Church Drew a big crowd. When the display had ended everybody wanted ice Cream a and Tho Church people had it to sell. A one Godfrey s Boer wagons wan run into at Austin Avonzo by a Lake Street Elo Otrio car thursday afternoon. Tho Wagon was damaged Sora boor Hega Woro Soott Rod and bomb Tho liquor spilled. A judging from Tho in Moor ladies visiting Price s shoo Storo last work to to told say that Tho Royal Bine shoe is a wonderful drawing card but to Don t wonder for it is Pooh an elegant shoo. Rome Bor also that some Royal Blu shoo for Mon Aro just As Good. Don t forgot Tho number 109 Robin amp Avonzo. A Tho picnic Tho episcopal sunday school occurred at Cedar Lake Indiana thursday. They went by Tho Wisconsin contral to Tho City and the journey was completed Over the Monon route an influential Friend connected with that Road having procured Freo trans portion for Tho Toohers and Schlorb. A unclaimed lot tors in Austin Post off co to july 10th, 1895 Barrett Mamie but ton John Benson mib. B. Ii. Frisby mrs. Sara Knox mrs. Lizzie modes c. E. Redman j. M., Sharp mrs. J. A. Seanor Charlotte Sells h. A. Seymour Marion Sherwood . Ii. O conk postmaster. A ladies Are you interested in Tho wonderful Viavi treatment if so Call mrs. C. Young the Surprise. If not Call for one Tho Viavi health books and Jon will to greatly rite Vertod. Books from at the Surprise 227 North Park Avenue Austin. A miss Ryan Ono Tho i Lynors in Park Avenue added to her patriotic display by suspending a red White and Blue Bonnet about Tho size a half Bushel in front Hor Parlours. As it floated the breezes All Day july 4, it Wab a great contrast to Tho micros Opio bonnets some Tho ladies wore As they passed along Tho Street. A a dozen couples Young people assembled at the Home mrs. Cleverdon North Pino Avenue Tho morning july fourth to go a picnic excursion. Or. Luther was Premont with his camera and took a Good picture the party before starting. Attractiveness was added to Tho picture by tin Presona baby Helen Satterfield in the midst Tho proviso. A Lake Geneva a strictly first class excursion. No crowded cars to this Beautiful resort saturday july 13th. Round trip Only $1.00. Leave Linden Park terminus Lake Street elevated Road--8 00a. In. Austin 8 02 a. A Ridgeland 8 04 a. In. Avenue 8 0 1 a. Oak Park 8 08 a. River Forest 8 12 a. Maywood 8 13 a. M Mel Robo Park 8 15 a. Reach Lake Geneva 11 a. Williams Bav 11 15 a. Returning leave Williams Bay 5 40 p. In. Lake Geneve 6 10 p. A mrs. Fanny Falcy a widow aged 45 years who has been ill two years with consumption suddenly died wednesday at Tho House her Bister mrs. L. E. In a 5815 Ohio Street. She leaves one daughter. Miss Blanch Falcy. The funeral services were held to Dav Friday at St. Catherine s Church and the remains will to buried at Forest Home cemetery. L1ndkn Pauk. A John Anderson Michigan is the guest mrs. I. Bergh. A c. B. Williams Tho real estate Man has returned from a trip through Iowa. He says crops Are magnificent All through that state and in much better condition than in Northern Illinois. A the now poles the Cicero amp proviso Street railway have been set As far As Ridgeland. The Guy wires Are composed triple twist wires thoroughly insulated and will support Tho wires much More firmly than the present Guy wires. A the work stringing Tho cables for conveying Electrio Power has been temporarily suspended at the terminus the Lake Street Quot a Quot Road. The work will be resumed As soon As the poles Are ready from West fifty-6coond Street to the Cicero amp proviso Street railway s Power House at Ridgeland. Man Dell. A Howe s London circus showed at Man Dell last Friday and had a Good attendance. A mrs. J. E. Adams and children have gone to Ohio to visit friends duing Tho summer. A . Hill is getting his thoroughbred pret y Well broken in. Some people doubted his ability to break it. Pm. F. Collins is an old time Reul estate Man Aud says he has bold one lot a Day for some Days now and proposes to keep up the record. A the metropolitan Quot a Quot Road did a big business out Mandell july 4th, Over 2 100 fares being rung up at the forty eighth Avenue terminus. A residents Mandell Don t Quot Cattor Quot very kindly to the Law compelling Harbor shops to close sunday. But the Mandell Barbers Are not kicking. A the Yard the summer school has been paved with binders except the walks which Aro Plank. This insures a play ground Freo mud during Rainy weather. A the Extension the Cicero Ltd proviso Street railway Down forty eighth Avenue to twelfth Street has been in operation for some Days and is doing a much better business than the company had anticipated. A the Mandell improvement club seems to be composed a lot Hustler. They Are wide awake at any rate. The president the club is c. W. Wagner treasurer John Hueron Secretary Louis Lardinois. A the Mandell improvement club has plans for a new school House to be erected co nor West fiftieth and Harrison tree in at a Cost $5,001. The building is to be ready Foi occupancy september 1st.mrs. Johnson s now apartment House the Corner West forty Lifis Aud Lexington streets in nearing completion. It is Brick with All modern improvements Aud will Cost about $0,000. De. Shea is the . F. Collins has associated himself with c. W. Salisbury in the real estate business and one them Cau always to found at the Branch office r. W. Hysau amp co., opposite the terminus Tho metropolitan the Cicero town Board has a Force men at work cleaning up the ditches and repairing the sidewalks around the Cicero Side Mandell and that suburb has noise the delightful fragrance so pungent in the a trots her sister suburb Moreland. A . A. Webb Chicago a dentist seventeen years experience and practice has opened an office Over Tho drug store Corner West forty eight Avenue and Flournoy. To will devote hib Forenoon to this office and Tho afternoons in his office in the City. A David Breckenridge has Beon elected chief the Mandell Volunteer fire department. He has added fifteen Firo extinguishers the value $200 and the department is now Well organized for efficient service. Quot Dave Quot Bays to Quot can take and put out Auy fire that the Chicago Firo department fails to Mandell improvement club has recently had plans drawn by the Cicero town Engineer for water and sewer system Between forty eighth Avenue Aud fifty second Street and. Madison and twelfth streets at an approximate Cost 837.50 per lot Aud petitions for this improvement Are now being circulated for signatures. A the Epworth leagues Chicago will next saturday july kith take an excursion to Milwaukee Tho Steamer Whaleback. The Cost the round trip is $1.00, 25 per cent which goes to Tho Epworth House South Halstod Street. Quite it number from Tho Austin Lengo Are . A miss Bessie Bodo is visiting her Sitor Graco in Minneapolis. A Rev. Or. Happel preached at Tho Baptist Church last sunday. A mrs. Ii. Klug goes to Bonton Harbor mich., about Tho last july a visit. A goo. Schneidor jr., Milwaukee is Tho guest . And mrs. Ii. Klug this week. A . Roy a resident Oak Park preached at the congregational Church last sunday. A mrs. W. L. Ruggles Preson Tod Hor husband with a bouncing daughter sunday oven aug. A . And mrs. Lonas South Sovo nth Avenue Havo goo to Omaha for Tho summer. Cd. L. Morgan is Homo from a five week s Busi nobs trip Bioh was a very successful Ono. A Tho ladies Aid so Bioty Tho congregational Church held it mooting last thursday afternoon. A prof. Adams superintendent Tho Publio school left last saturday for several Wooks Abse Noo. A workmen Aro drilling a deep Well for . De Norton at his residence property first Avenue. A Rev. C. C. Tate spent Tho Early part Tho week in Benton Harbor mich., returning wednesday. A master Harry Bullard aspires to to his father s Suc Cossor in Tho hardware firm Bullard a go moly. A mrs. Alex Stewart and Little Bon from Atlanta ga., Are visiting mrs. Vivian at her Homo North fifth Avenue. A contractor we. Hano has finished Tho now South Side residence John Shade sixth Avenue and fifth Street. A mrs. Gus. Hancock with her Little daughter is visiting her Mother mrs. Coupland North sixth Avenue. A mrs. C. Elliot will Start for England the vessel St. Louis july 17. She expects to be absent three Mouths. A . Aud mrs. Small Aro visiting in Tho Eist. They will spend about three week with . Suwall b brother in Maine. I a St. Mary s Guild Mit tin residence mrs. French thursday Niue noon. The meeting was Well attended and interesting. A mrs. Goo. Denee and mrs. Blaser Milwaukee will arrive monday and will be Tho guests mrs. H. Klug for a week two. A . Jones Sermon at Tho presbyterian Church next sunday morning will to the last n series the Quot in it Hui ii the a it is announced that will Baethke Maywood and Mibb Martha Sonne Oik Park will be United in marriage next wednesday. A . And mrs. Hardy and his brother All Decatur. 111., Are by re visiting the families . Moorhouse. Or. Hardy and . Ehrhart. A John Smtth has gone to Baltimore to act As Foreman the tin can factory soon to to operator in that City by Norton Brothers. A Loe Chamberlin who is in business in Chicago leaves soon for a vacation Aud business trip to Alabama to be absent three four weeks. A the water pipes Are being Laid along Madison Street to nineteenth Avenue and North nineteenth Avenue to Supply West Maywood. A mrs. Kemp has received a letter from her husband Rev. G. H. Kemp m tiled after he was the vessel new York ready to Start across the Atlantic. A prof. Westcott and wife Are taking an extended trip through the West. After a few Days in Denver they will continue the journey Down into old Mexico. A . Akin superintendent for Norton Brothers is in Baltimore and will remain there about Throe weeks until the new can factory is in running order. A Rev. J. W. Welsh is both a student at Evanston and a pastor the m. E. Church at this place. He is spending his vacation from school this year at Maywood. A the ladies Aid society the Baptist Church will be held Tho Home mrs. J. Lackey South sixth Avenue and second Street next thursday afternoon. A the earthly treasure . And mrs. Stafford who reside North seventh Avenue was recently increased by the addition a Little girl babe to their family. A mrs. Stafford residing the Corner seventh Avenue and sixth Street Tho North Side is the Happy Mother a Fino daughter which arrived monday morning. A Willie Jeschke aged about one and one half years was buried saturday morning at Concordia cemetery. His parents reside Ono mile South Maywood Muth Avenue. A Rev. D. T. Phillips will preach at the Baptist Church next sunday morning. We learn that . Phillips is. A Publio speaker great Force and the Puoplo Are urged to hear him. A Don t forget one those elegant nut Coffee cakes will be Given away every thursday afternoon for each 25 xxx Blue labels saved from my loaves. Albert Burgess successor to Geo. Nordenholt Oak Park. A undertaken Hormann was called tuesday morning to take charge the obsequies the infant child Albert Amelung the Florist the interment was in Concordia cemetery. A our reporter is requested to Annone that the Charity Hospital Chicago is in need assistance either in provision Money. Contributions will be received by miss Kate Stines. Ii. P. Nichols is putting up a Ono Story store building 20x45 feet fifth Avenue near 8onth first Street. L. Seeman is the contractor. Or. Welch will occupy the new quarters with a drug store. A the congregation at the Baptist Church is Baing entertained and instructed by a variety ministerial Talent. The pulpit has been occupied fio veral sundays by candidates for the vacant pastorate. A . Baethke a machinist in the employ Norton miss Martha sense Oak Park will to married july 17tli. They will reside in Maywood North fifth Avenue. Weglian Scotland by a Scotchman Amorita by an american Moreland by miss Maggie Gilmore. Good Musio. Chicago Union endow Voors and their friends arc invited. A Norton Bros Havo Boon running a Force Day and night Bingo january in their a Ohio shop to manufacture machine a Foi Tho now Tiu can factory at Baltimore. Those machines having Beon finished Tho night work m Tho machine shop Hab Boon discontinued and Tho men that Woro the night fore Havo been Givon Day work placed in Somo Othor Dop Artmont. Tho work continues Day and night in Tho tinning Dop Artmont. A . Martin d. Atkins and miss Clara j. Portor Woro married at Tho Rosido col Tho Bride s parents at Hillside Throo Miles West Maywood last wednesday Rev. James Jones officiating. Tho Coro Mony was performed at 12 30 clock after which an elaborate dinner was served the Shady Lawn friends and guests pros ont. Tho Young complo in taking a trip in Tho East and will to absent about Throo Mont Lih. Thoy will Rosido in Eva Zibton. A Tho adjourned mooting Tho school Board last Friday ovo Ning Fini Bod up Tho business Oil band and adjourned. Tho petition Moroso Park people asking for the retention f. C. Bocox was Dorpel placed file for tha reason Tho position had been filled Bosforo Tho petition Wii re Voivod. The committee janitors and supplies was instructed to look up Tho matter and Soo what was needed in Tho shape additional school facilities in Mol roae i Ark. A a party Maywood Puoplo enjoyed a tally to ride Satui Duy to South i Ark Ond Othor Points interest. Those in the party were judge Forris and wife . And mrs. Roberson . And mrs. Zickler . And mrs. Oliver Westcott . Nil mrs. F. W. Moore . And mrs. Barney miss Hart mrs. Iii Fen mrs. Courtney miss Hallie Merrill miss Martha tones miss Mary Bonja Miu mrs. And miss Hughes miss Evans and sister mrs. Norris mrs. Annie Bullard . Fred Merrill miss Mabel Merrill. Or. Howard Evans miss Steines . Frod Woodruff mrs. Roberts miss Jeneson . And mrs. Faltor and miss Surron and sister. B. B. Larson amp cos 155 Madison St., Harlem is the place to go to if Yon want clean fresh seasonable goods it modest prices. Full Stock it dry goods. Men s furnishing goods hats and gaps adv a we. Baethke is building a neat two Story cottage near Tho Corner North fifth Street Aud fifth Avenue. We. Hanse is the contractor. It will be completed in about ten Days und occupied by hib Sou. A Lillian c. Considine aged about three years died last week at the Homo . And mrs. B. F. Kindred <j1 third Avenue. South. Tho remains were shipped to Lyons Iowa the parents to turning to their Home at that place. A the King s daughters begin an Industrial school in the rooms Over Kernp store next tuesday afternoon. The aim these Bright Aud Good Young ladies is to teach children and Young girls Rich poor How to sew and make their own garments. A St. Mary s Guild Tho episcopal Church Mot thursday at the Homo mrs. Fronch. Tho time is spent at these meetings in making a quilt some kind fancy work which is afterwards offered for Sale. This is a Means for raising Money for the Church for Charity. The Junior c. E. Society Tho Moreland presbyterian Church will give a grand missionary rally next sunday afternoon july 14, at 3 clock. Addresses about the children China by a native chinaman about those Norway by a native norhakl15m. A special bargains in shirts at b. D Larson amp co. Jacob h. Gold has had the Flat Bis Saloon Doh plaques Avenue repaid with Hardwood and oiled. A mrs. Deppert m ire go Street near Harrison will do any kind work Wash Igor scrubbing. Give her something to do. Two germans Camo out from the City to attend a picnic and were held up sunday night botwen Tho water works Aud Alten Uii Ilu a All kinds knitting yarn hand at b. D. Larbour amp co. A Tho Secquer contracting company has a Large Force men at work laying Wator Mains along Desplaines Avenue South Madison Street. A Louis Ahrons has bought the Storo c. J. Gotsch at Tho race track and took Possession last work. Or. Ebrens is an energetic Young Man Aud capable winning Success. A the joint station Tho Chicago amp Northern Pacific and Tho Chicago great Western railroads at Forest Home shows a steady increase in business the record for this year showing a Gratifying increase Over the corresponding period last year. A for bargains in working shirt Call b. D. Larson amp co. A the Little son seven months old . And mrs. Peterson Gorman teachers in Harlem died july3rd, Aud was buried july Goth at Concordia cemetery. Rov. Grosse officiated the funeral being held from St. John s Church. A Don t forget Ono those elegant nut Coffeo cakes will to Given away every thursday afternoon for each 25 xxx Blue labels saved from my loaves. Albert Burgess successor to Geo. Nordenholt Oak Park. A the fifteenth annual turn fest the Chicago Turner District will to held at the Trout and baseball Parks Elgin beginning saturday and continuing to the itch. The Harlem tur Verien and Tho Harlem turn Verien drum corps will attend and will enter Tho lists in Competition for All prizes. A the North Side turn reins and singing societies Chicago will hold a turn fest at e. W. Bechstein s place Harlem Avenue and Washington Boulevard july 20th and 21st. They anticipate a Royal Good time Aud . Beoh Stein is making elaborate preparations for their entertainment. A a boy named Lemke residing Marengo Street had some powder left Over from the fourth and the fifth concluded to continue the Celebration. He had the left Side his face severely burned and it was thought the Eye had been destroyed but the attending physician now thinks to can save it. A a loud Strong and vigorous kick is being made by Harlem business men against the High rates insurance now amounting to $1.00 the Hundred. Thib rate it is claimed is much higher than in Western cities where water is much scarcer Aud lire Protection not near As Good. But they do not seem to be Ubalo to see How to get around Tho question. A the result the special election for police magistrate was satisfactory to All the people Harlem. Joseph f. Klimmer received 202 votes and Frod j. Lunge b j votes. Either Man would have made a Good official As both men stand High in the Village. Or. Limmor was formerly president the Village Aud much satisfaction is expressed by the people generally that he has been chosen. A the overing july 4, John pries Frank Schmidt and j. Baethke were engaged in tiring a Cannon. Thoy had discharged the gun several Timos but had neglected to wipe it out. While putting in a charge the powder exploded suddenly Aud Thi ainu were seriously burned . Pries face being horribly burned and for a Timo it was feared he would lose his eyesight. Or. Schmidt who was holding about two pounds powder had the stuff to explode in his hands burning his hands and arms severely. Both Mon Are Recovo ing nicely. A Tho Saloon men Are Boving the ordinance regarding Midnight closing without exception. Some them have asked if closing Tho front doors As is done in Tho City would not comply with the new Law. The ordinance is Cleur this Point however Ond provides that Quot no dram shop shall by kept open Aud to intoxicating liquors shall be sold Given away Between the hours twelve clock at Midnight and five clock a. In. The next to Ruig under penalty not less than ten dollars nor More than one Hundred dollars for each a quite an excitement was caused at kit and 171 Madison Street monday night by Tho noise crashing Glass. All Tho neighbors who Hud revolvers grasped them and rushed out Whilo those who had no revolvers armed themselves with hatchets axes and other implements warfare intent upon Tho capture supposed burglars. It turned out however that d. Yunker the Baker had been indulging in a bad dream in Wlinich he imagined he was in prison and was under the necessity breaking out. To knocked out a window which fell against Tho neighbouring Bouse and bounced Back against Yunkers the Crashi la Glass making a most infernal Din. Now Yunker Don t like to hear any one talk about burglars. A last Moudy offi Eor Frod Loid Elbash found a girl Young woman aged about 22, named Mary ii Ochel wandering around the Village barefooted Aud in rugs. He soon found she was demented and had been released from Dunning. He telephoned to Tys a hand. No trouble to show goods. Open every evening till 9 clock. Chicago National building and savings Union 512-515 the Temple. 1,0m Mux Kukus. I. Flaherty real estate Cor. I Inri Ami Lake hts. J r. Garner. Drip Sklut Austin. A. F. Arnold Oak Park m. Welch dry Urlet May Wood g. H. Lin Lander Mern want me Rune i Ark. Local secretaries. 8. L. Bartlett. Areiti Cunt Linden Park. Cams. Bendull Iteal testator Moreland. F. H. Zander Lical estate Austin. We. Glon merchant Oak Park. W. W. Kimball Prev e. S. Conway Sec. F. Dunnebecke. Real estate. Melrose Park. A. G. Cone treat. W. To Kimbail co 243-253 Wabash ave. Chicago Kimball Kimball organs. Old instruments taken in Exchange Fianous timed nne repaired. Dunning but was Nablo to ret Tho superintendent. And in his absence no one would consent to Tanto the girl in so he took her to the detention Hospital. She is said to Boiu bad physical condition Bavins a Large Welt Irigon Ono Cheek and those who saw her think she will not Livo Long. Kiv kit Foit est. Leave orders for Burks ice Cream at stammers store. A mrs. E. Wherry and daughter miss Nollido Havo gone to Philadelphia 011 a visit. A prof. J. E. Adams left monday for a week s tour through Wisconsin his wheel. A miss Ella Jones Utica n. Y., is Tho guest miss Hattie Humphreys Oak Street. A if you smoke go to Stuhmer b Storo where Tho Best cigars in the Village can to obtained. A Barr amp Collins Aro building Coal Sheds opposite and directly East the Wisconsin Central depot. A miss Luella Landon Wheaton has been the guest . John j. Wolf for the past two week. Or. T. A. Cobb lev. W. Ii. Reynolds and Ivov. Or. Morso and brother Start monday their bicycle tour the Roupli Europe. A services at St. Luke s Catholic Church next sunday will Boas follows Mab sat 8 15 a. High mass at 10 30 a. In. Sunday school at 3 p. A c. C. Collins who was unfortunate enough to Aprain his leg at the games 011 Tho fourth is Able to sit up though still confined to the House. A there were Twenty five accessions to the membership the presbyterian Church last sunday Twenty two by letter Aud three by confession Faith. A the members St. Luke s Catholic Parish will picnic at Altenheim saturday. It is expected a Iuo time will to enjoyed by All present As the people this Parish never do things by halves. A while working at the Standard Oil fire last monday evening John j. Wolf the River Forest Firo department fell Over a pile slabs Sprai Miniz his leg so badly that to has been Laid up Sinco. A Tho Lawn parly Given at the residence miss Jennie a Cleallor 011 tuesday evening was Well attended. The Lawn was decorated with lanterns twigs Etc. The ice Cream and cake Wero delicious. A a Geiman working for Tho company while digging in one the trenches was caught by the Bank caving in upon him breaking his leg. Lie taken to his Home. No one in a liver Forest know the Man s name. A Don t forgot one those elegant nut Roll to cakes will be Given away every thursday afternoon for each 25 xxx Blue labels saved from my loaves. Albert Burgess successor to tie. Nordenholt Oak Park. Quot a owing to illness among Itu members the Maywood male Quartetti did 11 it sing at the men s league meeting at the presbyterian Church last sunday evening As announced. A substitute Quartetti composed messes. Ilow Sor a Tell plumb and Munson gave two selections. Prof lie Nett Chicago played Tho org in prelude. A last sunday two Young men named Cohen came out from the City to attend a picnic but lost their Way Aud impair Iii two strangers Wero conducted to a quiet Shady spot and Thoro held up at the Point a revolver in the hands one the Btu ugh is while Tho other went through the Young men s pockets securing $25. Officer Wilin Eroth thinks the robbers Are two Quot Shell Quot men who wore working around River Forest last summer. A the Chicago dailies made Many mistakes in reporting Tho Standard Oil company tire at Harlem. The first alarm was Given by 11 Northwestern engine and caught by a member Tho Oiiver Forest department who ran to Tho water works Aud Tho first alarm sounded for any department was Given. Tho liver forests arrived the spot just ahead Tho Harlem Aud had a Stream playing the lumber Yard before any Tho other departments except Hur Lom had Laid their line Hose. No tap was taken off a tank nor was a living soul within Twenty five feet it during the fire the heat being so intense that to person could got to it even if foolish enough to have ventured. Or. H. S. Hahn Icesis Levice 40 s Walnut avo., Austin. City office 70 state St., Boom �17 vol. Office hour 1 a to 4 m p in City Telephone i i w main. Of fice hours at residence u to 1 2 a. In. Telephone no. 77 Oak Park la be Hare. Want for Hale for Hont found it a Salk a handsome Black Marc. S Nhi Weiglin it to Point is. Will iric double -.ingle, is gentle and perfectly Safe l anybody to drive Jii to the horse for by Kiml Driver. Al a Goral top buggy and liar Ness. Luquire at 2-64 West Ohio treet Axuk do work any kind for a woman washing scrubbing. Mrs. Deppert Marengo Street near Harrison Harlem Iii. A 1st�?a Anil Tim Badger hound i up Pye German Dali sound a a Reward will be paid for return any information which will help to recover the same by owner Henry , twelfth Avenue and Lake Street Melrose i Ark 111. Situation Man whose wanted by a competent ploy ment As nurse housekeeper. Inquire at vindicator office 107 North i Ark Avenue Austin. In get for Salk in Oak 43x17s feet Beautiful Large Trees. $40 per foot. Decker Unrath Cor. Fulton and Green streets. R. A. Lackey civil and contracting Engineer. Steam 1 Ower plants steam and hot water heating plumbing Etc. M Manon Street i it a i Ark Iii. N ick to it it l a 11� it is. The it it a Park Tiee the vindicator has been changed to a. Ii. Wor Sukk s printing office 146 Lake Street where advertisements sub script 1. s p. Ills and new s Titenis 111. Any evening can be left As late for Ken i rooms sin House nine ton Boulevard. I a a furnished uate Don Washin will be rented very log. Apply at the South it Willow Avenue and washing West ton Corner mul Evard Austin. Jar ski Cut it a old. Giving fresh ply to Mudi it r i milk Oliver 1 Donaldson. Oil Street May woo a i a a five years and a Beauty. A first Avenue near if it a Rex to a Large double store in the Decker Block. North i Ark Avenue. This building will he finished by the is june and will he connected with the backing House Market. A Good Opportunity Lor a grocery. W an i is Curk reference and a it the business no Kate Prisc Oak 1 an experienced lady dry a must be Able to give Good ave thorough knowledge others need apply. The lost old red Well seen in i stylish u lbs. Clippe Miter with rope a Otway i Ark. Sun 7th. Return and get Mcfadden to Lake Bavm i Sutah Street b years Tore top had iced. Was last v morning. July e Reward. G. W. Oak i Ark. N ight Scavoni t Arrington a lir prepared to clean out animals and do scavenge reasonable terms. Leav Hall Austin. Orders Proi Kun work we. A a Zed by the 1 own is vaults remove dead r work generally orders at town try attended to. 1. Yunk ii dealer in cakes Pas Tity confection. Cigars tobacco school books and stationery. Soda water. Ice Cream Etc., Loti it Madison St., halt slim. Bread Ery courteous treatment reasonable charge beat to Owdij and John a. Dickinson manufacturer Brick and Wood cisterns a nil 1 Anks All kinds. Also Stair building and general the Skei up Block Maywood ill. Wagons manufactured j e b a by a Rix,15 Elj Fiu Street Harlem ill. Milors Eslio ii is a specially

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