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June 11, 1936 THE OBSERVER lnage Seven mmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlllnlmmmmmmlmm, ELGIN Classified Directory The firms that appear in this directory, or have display ads in other sections of your Observer, consistently represent the best in their business and profession. They are doing their part to de serve your trade by suSporting your paper. You can do your share by patronizing them and mentioning The Observer. Make This a Habit -- Register Attention to Observer Ads Automobiles ORLO E. SALISBURY E!gin'F Only Authorized Plymouth and De Soto Dealer SALES AND SERVICE Auto Painting CLEM'S ,5s Dexter Phone 7006 AUTO AND TRUCK PAINTING Truck Lettering Popular Prices A Case of Good ludgmcnt  8BEER EDELWEISS DISTRIBUTING CO. 56 WATER ST PHONE 2031 Coal SECHRIST COAL CO. KOPPERS CHICAGO COKE DUNDON W VA. COAL BLUE RIDGE POCAHONTAS 10 E. Chicago St. Phone 3434 Coal Dealers H. G. ZIERKE COAL CO. Coal of all kinds Koppers Coke PHONE 359 Coal, lee ELGIN COAL & ICE COMPANY ='Dealers In Temperature" Service That Is Distinctively, Different In Its Completeness TELEPHONES ELGIN 2003-2004 Coal, Lumber Shurtleff Coal  Lumber Co. (Not Incorporated) Marengo Union Maple Parl, Barrlngton Elgin m3burtleff Sce Satisfie Confectionery Robinson's Chocolate Shop Makers of Elgin's Finest Candies NOON LUNCHES SERVED D & W Ice Cream Served Exclusively 156 EAST CHICAGO ST Drugs MILBRANDT'S Prescription Pharmacy FOX HOTEL BLDG. Phone Elgin 4202 McBRIDE PHARMAcY (W. H. McBRIDE) QUALITY DRUGS Priced to Meet Your Budget Phone 7099 Cot. W Chicago and State Morse's Drug Store A Friendly Drug Store NATIONALLY ACCEPTED DRUGS AT A SAVING 20S NATIONAL ST. PHONE 7023 Drug Needs Priced Very Low VAN'S DRUG STORE 14 Douglas Ave C I Van Der Aue, R.Ph. Phone 176 Watch for Our Friday and Saturday Sales THIEL'S DRUG STORE C. J. THIEL. R.Ph. "The Prescription Store" 161 DUNDEE AVENUE Dry Cleaners E L G I N. CLEANERS (Incorporated) and DYERS PHONE: ELGIN 5740 262.264 SOUTH GROVE AVENUE D A V IS DRY CLEANERS OF MERIT PHONE 5252 We Operate Our Own Plant and DO NOT "ublet "four Garments ANSELMAN PHONE 2531 Cleaners and Tailors (Formerly Sidney Cleaners) Fox Hotel Building, 160 DIVISION ST. Furniture THE HOME OF GOO) FURNITURE AND RUGS KIMBALL FURNITURE & RUG CORP. 14 SO. GROVE AVENUE Farm Implements NEW IDEA and J. I. CASE FARM IMPLEMENTS DE LAVAL Milkers and Separators Full line of Spreader and Milker Repairs In Stock BARRON BROS. 350 Brook, Elgin Grays Lake, Ill. Food Stores FREISE'S MARKET MEATS AND GROCERIES We Specializis In FISH Free Delivery Phone 4477 4 NORTH STATE STREET WAIT & ROSS FURNITURE CO.I 164-166 CHICAGO STREET PHONE 92 DANIELS & CLARK nF.Jghs's Best Furniture Store" 1-223 CHICAGO ST. ELGIN. ILL. ElectriCal NU-WAY GROCERY & MARKET Free Delivery PHONE 488(; Watch Local Dally Newspapers for Ous "FOOD SPECIALS" Corner National and Raymond Ss. GROCERIES MEAT I J. CONRAD Quality -- Srr'ulce -- Economy Free Delivery PHONE 2385 301 EAST CHICAGO ST. GROCERIES MEATS NELSON BROS. "per Service Store PERNDELL AGENCY WE DELIVER PHONES 1706---1707 13 EAST CHICAGO ST. ZENK'S Quality Groceries and Meats 527 JEFFERSON AVE. PHONE 2775 Food, Vegetables PARADISE FOOD MART The Totally Diercnt Food Store Largest and Most Complete In Elgin PH O N E 4840 23 NORTH SPRING STREET Funeral Directors O'CONNOR FUNERAL HOME "A Service Within the Means of All" 118 VILLA ST. PHONE 1400 VERNON WOLFF FUNERAL HOME 310 SO. STATE PHONE 415 -Furriers B. J. gAFFE ELGI N'S FURRIER FoP 25 Years 59 S. C-OVE AVENUE BUNGE'S Everything for the Motorist Sinclair Products U. S. Tires Exide Batteries m Elgin, elvidere and VICINITY NEWS FATHER O'BRIEN CELEBRATES HIS SILVER JUBILEE Rochelle.--Rev. Thomas O'Brien, pastor of St. Patrick's church, Roch-  elle, is celebrating the 25th anni-i versary of his ordination today at. the altar of St. Patrick's where 25 years ago he offered his first Solemn Mass. The Most Rev. Bishop Ed- Belvidere, De Kalb C. D. A. to Install 0fflcers Jointly De Kaib.--The Belvideve and De Kalb courts of the Catholic Daugh- ters will have joint installation of officers at the Knights of Columbus hall, in De Kalb, on Sunday after- noon, June 14. Mrs. Estella McGill and Mrs. Gertrude Gahagan will act as installing officers. The annual Mother and Daughter banquet of Immaculate Conception court Catholic Daughters of America was held at the K. of C. hall on May 28. Lecturer Mrs. Mae Mur- phy acted as toastmaster. After a delightful program of music and talks Mrs. Murphy presented the oldest mother present, Mrs. Hart and the youngest mother, Mrs. Kin- niry, with a bouquet of roses. A most successful Forty Hours' Devotion was held in St. Mary's church beginning Sunday, May 24, at the 9 o'clock Mass and closing Tuesday morning. ELGIN DEATH Mrs. MargarPt Hockel Schuck. 61. died June 2. Surviving are her hus- band, John Sehuck, and a son. John, both of Elgin. Mrs. Schuck was born in St. Peter. Roumania. She was a member of St. .Lnne's society of St. H01d Commencement Exercises at St. Laurence's Sunday Elgin.--The commencement exer- cises of St. Laurence's school were held in the church at 4:30 last Sun- day. Rev. W. J. Donovan, diocesan superintendent of schools, addressed the graduates and the diplomas were conferred by the pastor, Rev. L. C. Prendergast. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament followed. There were 25 graduates. The graduating exercises of St. Joseph's school were combined with its annual entertainment, and "took place last Monday evening at St. Joseph's school hall. At the close of the entertainment, Rev. F. J. Bruin- reel, pastor, spoke briefly and pre- sented diplomas to 10 graduates. REV. THOMAS O'BRiEN ward F. Hoban presides at the throne. The other officers of the Mass are as follows: deacon, Rev. Steven E. McMahon, pastor of Little Flower church, in Chicago; sub- deacon, Rev. P. S. Masterson of Syc- amore; deacons of honor, Rev. T. L. Talsh of Dixon and J. J. Hackett of Oregon; masters of ceremonies, Very Rev. Msgr. F. J. Conron, dio- cesan chancellor, and Rev. John W. Vaughn of Elgin. The aninversary preacher is Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. J. Burns, vicar general of the Rockford diocese. Visiting priests, friends and well- wishers of the jubilee will gather at St. Patrick's school gymnasium im- mediately after the Mass for a jubi- lee banquet served by the ladies of the parish. Rev. F. A. Kilderry, sem- inary classmate of Father O'Brien, will preside as toastmaster. Unusual toasts are announced for the occasion. Rev. J. M. Kiely, of Chicago, will respond to the toast, "Tipperary's Glen of Aherlow, the birthplace of the jubilarian". An- other toast to "Mr. Mellory Semin- ary, the Irish alma mater of the jubilarian" will be given by Rev. James A. Lonergan of St. Louis. Father O'Mahoney, provincial of the Viatoriams, will bring a message from St. Viator's college, Kankakee, where Father O'Brien finished his studies for the priesthood. Bishop Hobart also will speak at the ban- quet. A1 Linds' orchestra, St. Patrick's school symphony orchestra and Vin- cent Carney, soloist, will furnish the instrumental music. Mrs. Marion Kilday and Mrs. George O'Brien will sing several numbers. A civic receptiqn to Father O'Brien will take place at 4 p. m. on Sunday, June 14. Joseph's church. Funeral services took )lace at St. Joseph's church June 5. LENA DEATH Arthur Kinsella, 86, resident of Pearl ity. died June 4. Surviving is a hrother. Richard of Nebraska. Funeral services were held June 6 at St. Jo- seph's church, Lena. The Rev. A. M. Kreckel officiated. Ir. Kinsella was born in Ireland. ELGIN Classified Directory Leather Goods B L O E M K E'S Trunks and Leather Goods OF ALL KINDS Elgin, III. REPAIRS f Jewelers Graening & Rauschert We Sell 'rru-Blu" The Insured Diamond Ring 176 E. CHICAGO ST. ELGIN. ILL. JEWELERS -- OPTOMETRISTS ROVELSTAD BROS. EIg-in's Reliable Jewelers Since 1883 -162 E. CHICAGO ST. lonuments ELGIN "The Home 0, Gua,,ty and Workmanship" GRANITE WORKS DISPLAY ROOM: OPPOSITE BLUFF CITY CEMETERY ENTRANCE Moving, Transfer HEINE BROS.--General Trucking WE BUY and SELL HAY and GRAIN Residence Phone 6202 Dice 326 218 S. Liherty M OV E RS Prairie St. We Specialize in Hauling Stock In Carload Lots Office Supplies At Lower Prices CLAYTON J. EVELIEN " TIMKIN OiL E RNERS Silent Automatic (Demonstration Under No Obligation} 213 E. CHICAGO ST. PHONE 152 Motorola Radios [[W " N d d MOSIMAN'S A Complete Automotive Service nigh ee e 00.o.oo Phones 2577  2578 -- 1540 i PHONE ELGIN 324 REINERT OIL CO. ] Dr. Haas Tellsi] oi, IN dlW k Tydol Lubricating Gasoline ee e or er Printing The Willson Press PRINTERS- 10 N. Spring St.  Phone 90 Paints, Wallpaper Wallpaper  Paints -- Varnishes Pictures and Picture Framing THE BOROCO STORE 207 E. CHICAGO ST. --Opp City Hall Highest Quality Motor Oils SUPER SOLVENIZED TIOLENE PUROL PEP MOTOR Conquers Carbon O I L Douglas and North Sts. Villa, IlL Dundee & Congdon - Route 22, Dundee t Hardware The Barclay Hardware Electric Refrigerators Radios -- Washers 17 E. CHICAGO ST. PHONE 61 Household Electrical ELGIN RADIO CO. Exclusive Dealer APEX ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS R.C.A. VICTOR RADIOS Complete Service PHONE 3286 165 E. CHICAGO ST. lien's Wear The Trend is tc W ENTWoRTH'S For Smart Men's Wear CHICAGO AT SPRING STREET SAM. BRENNER Silvertone Clothes--Paragon Hats 10-12 Douglas Avenue COLLIN & SPALDING, INC These Advertisers Phllo RadiOs, Kelvinator Refrigerators - Deserve Easy and Speed Queen Washers Eureka Vacuum Cleaners Yollr Patronage gcj0 SPRING ST, PHONE 4099 Cleveland. Labor organization is necessary not only for the welfare of workers but for that of the entire nation, the Rev. Dr. Francis J. Haas, rector of St. Francis seminary, Mil- waukee, Wis., told the biennial con- vention of Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America here. Dr. Haas pointed out that "American industry has made the mistake of thinking that it should organize only to produce but not to distribute." "American indus- trialists," he added, "have put all the emphasis on getting produc- tion and sales organization but with incredible shortsightedness have opposed organizations in buy- ing. We must have labor organ- izations not only for the sake of the workers but for the sake of industry itself. Organization of workers means higher wages and shorter hours, and therefore more employment Until we recognize this fact the depression cannot but drag its weary and cruel length on indefinitely." Matter of Public Policy Dr. Haas said that everyone "has the organization instinct," and cited the association of all professions in some kind of organization. He de- clared that the present Congress "has made collective bargaining a matter of public policy." "It is sob- eT history to say that never before has an Administration so definitely fostered and prompted the right of free organization of workers," he added. "The record speaks for it- self." Hits "Company Union" Dr. Haas condemned the "com- pany union" as being "the company's union." "Under it," he went on, "the employer is on both sides of the conference table. He sits on his side through his representatives and he sits on the workers' side through the workers' representative whom he can discharge any time he wishes. Clearly this arrangement is a mockery and travesty on wage justice." PHONE 104 GEORGE'S Beauty Shoppe Individually Styled . PERMANENT WAV- ING and All Branches of Beauty Culture. RITSCHARD PAINT STORE Distributors for O'BRIEN'S Thermolyzed Tung Oil Paint= 50 DOUGLAS AVE. Phone EIgln S62 Plumbing, Heating O'FLAHERTY BROS. Sanitary and Heating Engineers PLUMBING, HOT WATER AND TEAM HEATING PHONE ELGIN 480 15 HILL AVE. MARTIN F. RUNGE PLUMBING AND HEATING 216 DUNDEE AVENUE Water Softeners  Gas Water Heaters Stokers Phones: Day--Office 497, Home 4737 Barrington 698. Night--807 Radio Service L S. K. RADIO CO. (Louis Kaptain, S.E.) Phone 1838 Specialized Rebuilding . . Scientific Radio Repairing at Moderate Rates 106 N SPRING ST. KADOW Radio -- SERVICE -- Sound PHONE 634 SO. SPRING STREET Refrigerators Westinghouse Refrigerators 5-Year $109 50 up 3 Year, Guar. " To Pay W. H. J E N C K S C O. 67 S. GROVE AVE. Restaurants Elgin's Largest, Most Popular Eating Place Kelley Hotel Restaurant ANTHONY KLEM, Proprietor Counter and Dining Room Service peeial Sunday Dinners. Popular Prices KELLEY HOTEL--28 S. Grove Ave. Realty, Insurance INVEST IN REAL ESTATE 110 acre estate near school, complete set of farm buildings, good soil, sacri- fice for_$65 an acre. ELGIN REALTY AGENCY 270 DUNDEE AVE. PHONE 212 Service Station CENTER STREET GARAGE Servicing and Repairing All Makes of Cars. Oil Gas, Greasing. Washing and Towing Service. Sales and Service on Tires and Batteries. Storage. Ignition Service. Phone 62. 115 CENTER ST. Shoe Stores BUY FEATHERKILE'S SHOES For Style and Comfort Popular Priced For the Family FEATHERKILE SLIPPER SHOP 59 SO. GROVE AVE. Sporting Goods RATCLIFFE & Magaz,.. SUTHERL'AND L SPORTING GOODS for Every Game and Recreation 21. S. GROVE AVE Spring Water D. T. CLOVER CO. . Distributors For . . D'Angelo Natural Spring Water 905 SOUTH ST. PHONE 783 Tires Accessories Vulcanizing THE NATIONAL RUBBER CO. U. S. TIRES 108 BROOK ST. 111 NO GROVE Upholstering  PARLOR SUITES Made to Order ELGIN AUTO TOP SHOP Theodore Andringa 155 BROOK ST. Phone 2275 GROH & SONS Furniture Upholstered -- Rebuilt HARNESS 111 Division St. Phone Elgin 2573 Welding, Repairs Oxy-Acetylene Electric Arc Welding WM. F. HALLETT BOILER CO. Boilers. Tanks, Smoke Stacks, Steel Work. Portable Welding Outfit. Port- able Air Compressor. Office Phone 266 Res. Phone 4971. 63 North St. Elgin. Professional Services CHIROPRACTIC DR. ROSE A. NEWCOMER Electric. Radlonlc and Light Treatments "Where the Sick Get Well" 14 E. CHICAGO ST. ELGIN CHIROPODIST Ailments of Foot & Leg X-Ray Service DR. KNUTE HANSON DR. LOUISE HANSON Phones 3463 3-4 HUBBA_R.D 2732 BLDG. OPTOMETRIST THURMAN E MILLER, 0pt.Do Optometrist -- Glasses Fitted Evenings by Appointment Suite 601-02 Home Bank Bldg Office 2292-- PHONES -Residence 318 il Mot M os or ourooar Pennsylvania Oil Co. III ASK FOR . . . III CONOCO GAS III GERM PROCESSED OIL Itl Marengo Phone 97-R ,/[ ELVIDERE MARENGO I ARTCRAFT PRINTING COMPANY = 19 N. SPRING ST. ELGIN, ILI-- i Complete Printing Service BELVIDERE C Y 0 Phone Elgin3326 , i I - PLANS ACTIVITIES FOR SUMMER Belvidere. -- The Catholic Youth club of St. James' parish will con. tinue its activities during the sum- mer months, both boys' and girls' divisions partiCipating in outdoor sports during the vacation perio d . The ball field located between Dean's and the National Sewing Ma- chine company plants has just been finished and is in constant use for practice and competitive games. The minors are planning a full summer schedule, including swim- ming, hiking and bicycle riding. Corpus Christi Celebration The parish celebration of the feast of Corpus Christi will be a part of the diocesan celebration at St. Vin- cent's orphanage at Freeport on Sun- day, June 14. There will be a representative group from St. James. Beginning on June 14, unday Masses will follow the summer schedule, each Mass being one-half hour earlier, or beginning at 6:30, 8:00 and 9:30. The commencement exercises of St. James' school were held on Sun- day evening, June 7, in St. Jaznes' church. The Rev. P. L. Kennedy presented the diplomas to the 25 graduates. The Rev. H. A. Meiling- er, of Hampshire, gave the com- mencement address. The services were concluded with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament by Monsig- nor Binz. 17 Graduate At St. Mary's, Elgin Elgin.--Seventeen graduates of St. Mary's School received their dip- lomas from the Reverend H. O. Oui- met on June 7, in St. Mary's church. The Reverend F. Kilderry of Cary, Illinois; addressed the graduates. i The entire student body formed a ]processional from the auditorium to St. Mary's Church where they served as a guard of honor for the gradu- ates as the latter proceeded to their places. The graduates sang the pro- cessional hymn "Hail Christ, Our King". After the address by the Reverend F. Kilderry, the Rev.erend H. O. Ouimet conferred the honors and diplomas to the graduates. Sol- emn Benediction of the Blessed Sac- rament followed immediately with the Reverend F. Kilderry, celebrant, the Reverend H. O. Ouimet, deacon, and the Reverend E. McIsaac, sub- deacon. The recessional "Holy God We Praise Thy Name" was sung by the graduates. The graduates of 1936 are: Mary Leona Brennan, Frank Joseph Bon- nike, Marvin Eugene Egger, Vero- nica Anne Foley, Annamary Goggin, Henrietta Mullen, Dorothy Nolan, Dorothy Mungerson, Catherine Mc- Ardle, Mildred Eunice Rumple, Mary Kafherine'Ruemelin, Kathleen Rog- ers, Rose Margaret Warner, Irene Warner, Mary Nona Miles, Isabelle Walker and Thomas Hoban. Hospital Assn. To Assemble At Baltimore Baltimore. -- An Archbishop and twe Bishops will take a prominent i part in the twenty-first annual con- I vention of the Catholic Hospital As- i sociation of the United States and Canada, to be held in this city June] 15-19. ] The Most Rev. MichaI J. Curley, Archbishop of Baltimore, will cele- brate pontifical High Mass in the Baltimore Cathedral to open the convention. The sermon of the Mass will be delivered by the Most Rev. John M. McNamara, Auxiliary Bish- op Baltimore. The Most Rev. Peter L. Ireton, Coadjutor Bishop of Rich- :mend, will speak at the closing ses- sion of the convention on "Catholic Action in the School of Nursing." Another noted speaker at the con- vention will be the Rev. R. A. Mc- Gowan, assistant director of the De- partment of Social Action ,of the National Catholic Welfare Confer- ence. Father McGowan will discuss "Private Hospitals and the Social Security Act." History of St. Thomas Church, Crystal Lake (Cuntinued from page 3) 1884, at Java Center, New York. He[ made both his classical and theolog-[ ical studies at St. Bonaventure's,] New York, and was ordained June I 10, 1911, at Buffalo by Bishop Col- ton for the Rockford diocese. The parish has at present 125 families. During the summer time, over 800 enthusiastic and generous Chicao Catholics attend Mass here. The trustees are William Malone and John Flanagan. Great preparations are under way for the proper celebration.of aFther McCormick's Silver Jubilee on June 24. ELGIN WEDDING Miss Elizabeth Mills, R.N.. of Peoria. was married May 30 to Havey W. Hal- let, son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hallet. the Rev. A. W. Vaughn offi- ciating. Tampico Society Elect New Officers Tampico. -- The Altar and Rosary society of St. Mary's church, here, met last Sunday and elected the fol- lowing officers for the coming sea- son: Mrs. Win. O'Netl, president; Miss Gladys Roache, vice-president; Miss Margaret Burden, secretary- treasurer. JESUIT PROVINCIAL VISITS London.--The Roy. Joseph Bol- lard, .J., the English Provincial of the Society of Jesus, has left here for the United State. DIRECTORY Coal J. C. Snyder & Son Euel and Building Supplies PHONE 70 FULTON. ILL, Professional Services Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Dr. E. Musk MUSK OPTICAL CO. Please Phone or Write for Appointments Fulton, Illinois B.S. PEARSALL BUTTER CO. ELGIN ILLINOIS Hillside Butter Elgin Cheese ELGIN MARGARINE Golden-diSH Salad Dressing STOREDOOR SERVICE THROUGH- OUT NORTHERN ILLINOIS mnmimmimmiiilmmlmmmlmmmn McHenry DIRECTORY Beverages ASK FOR MeHENRY BEER Famous Since 1861 Furniture Jacob Justen & Sons FURNITURE AND RUGS A B C and THOR WASHERS Frigidaire Refrigerators Office 103-R FUNERAL Residence 112-W DIRECTOR Plumbing, Heating H. E. BUCK & SON NORGE HOME APPLIANCES ,efrigerators  Washers  Radios Gas and Electric Ranges Electrical Contracting--Fine Air- Conditioning Units PHONE 48 Riverside Drive IllmlUlUlllllUillllllllBlll 00l000000VClassified  - = NI , , Directory Automobiles Schwerman Chevrolet Sales Paul H. Schwerman General Repairing SHELL GAS and OIL Phone 277 CORNER U. S. 12 AND ILLINOIS 20 Care GOOD COFFEE That You Will Lihe Tle NOOK c.w. G,BBS Proprietor West McHenry, II!., On Route 12 Home Made Pies Home Cooking Drugs Thomas P. Bolger o "The McHenry Druggist" Grocery, Meat BARBIAN BROS. Groceries - Meats - Vegetables Ice Cream McHenry Ice Cream "Cream of Creams" Photographer A. WORWICK Riverside Drive Phone 275 McHenry, III. BELVIDERE DIRECTORY Automobiles NASH LA FAYETTE MARCELLUS MOTOR C0. "Out to Win America on Value Alon Let Us DemonstrateNo Obligation 214 S. STATE ST. PHONE 178 Auto Parts BERMAN'S U.d Pa.s New Auto Parts ACCESSORIES Home of Blacl Jewel Coal and Col PHONE 878 I1Z E LINCOLN lll-a ker y Goods BREY'S BAKERY French Pastries Fancy akes "Always the Best" 527 S. STATE PHONE 292 Beauty Shops NINEMIRE'S Halr Cutting BEAUTY SALON . . Pernent..._.. Neu, Location Waving 205 S. STATE ST. PHONE 127 Carlson's Beauty Salon --Specialists In Permanent Waving-- Hair Dyeing--FaclalsManicuring Phone Main 415 For Appointment Cleaners BAND BOX OOORLESS CLEANERS Phone 225: Will Call For and Deliver Dry Goods CLANIN'S SPECIALIZING IN DEPENDABLE DRY GOODS Phone 286 Electrical Boyce Electric Co. "A Firm You Can Depemt On" 820 Whitney Phone 707 Farmers' Mdse. Pleasing Yo Means Success To [Ix" BELV, IDERE GRIST MILL Clarence Darmon Grinding, Hulling. Cracktng Oliver Machinery 202 S. Main Phone: 1125-W - IRes. 95-R Fuel-Feed Farmers Co-0perative Phone Main Elevator Co., of Belvidere 69 Lumber, Posts, Cement, G,an, Wire Fencing, Feed, Seeds, COd and Macbincr THESE MERCHANTS SUPPORT YOUR PAPER SUPPORT THEMI Fuel rbe House of Strling Treatment* LOUIS SILVER SUPERIOR COKE Superior Grades of Coal Phone 196 Funeral Directors Witbeck & Johnson AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE 548 315-317 South State Street Hardware Wm. W. Ray & Son J. W. RAY, Owner Hardware -- Sheet Metal  O118 Sporting Goods, Crockery Phone 65 len's Wear Grady & Sullivan Belvidere's Largest Selection of Honest MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR At Low.est Possible Prices i Monuments "Fi#y-six Years In Samv Location  HANSON & SANDS Estimates Under No Obligation Phone 289 112 E. Hurlbut Ave. Ready=to=Wear KENYON CO. "I'b Store o[ Quality and e" Complete Stock of Dry Goods Ready-to-Wear Shoes Roofing DOLL & DIXON -- ROOFERS - BUILDING CONTRACTORS Phonea 332 122 W. Menomlnee St" 566 1528 South State St. Steam Heating THE Belvidere Heating Co. Incorporated PHONE 214 Belvldere, lU. Sheet Metal S. F. BAKER & SONS . . SHEET METAL WORK . . ." CERTIFIED AIR CONDITIONING. 151 No. State St. Phone 42 Photographer NICHOLAS S. BROWN Portrait and Comrnerchd .Pbotograpb Expert Enlarging From Any Photo FRAMES OF ALL KINDS 603m/ S. STATE ST. Belvidere, III. Professional Services OPTOMETRIST DR. G. P. CLAUSIUS COMPLET Optical Service