Table Grove High School - Fad Yearbook (Table Grove, IL)
- Class of 1909
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TABLE GROVE SCHOOL BUILDING
THE SENIOR CLASS
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TABLE GROVE HIGH SCHOOL
VOL. 1 No. 1
Editor-in-Chief - - MARGARET A. BAILY
. f EARLE E. QLDKNOW
Bnsrness Managers - YDWIGHT KILLION
Treasurer - -' - - ORAL KILLION
Pemonal - - MARY MAYO
General Assistant - - LULU GREENLEAF
To all Who are interested in the welfare of Table
Grove High School, the Senior class gives greeting.
This book is intended to be a review of the past four
years in High School, to portray the interesting things
which have happened, and in this Way to create a more
vigorous school spirit.
Hoping that the Work which has been commenced
may be continued, and more successfully by future
classes, the Senior Class takes this means of tlianking
those who have encouraged them in completing the first
year book, upon the eve of their closing year.
MISS KOBER AND MR. DYAR,
OUR BELOVED AND HONORED TEACHERS,
THIS VOLUME IS RESPECTFULLY AND AFFECTIONATELY
AS A TRIBUTE OF LOVE
FROM THE SENIOR CLASS OF'
' GRADE TEACHERS.
M155 MARGARET c. ELLIOTT, Primary
MISS ADAH J. BAILY, First Intermediate
Miss MYRTLE 1.4 LONG, Grammar
Miss J. BERNICE PARMENTER, Music
MRS. D. H. GUSTINE, Second Intermediate
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L-ULU GREENLEAF ORAL KILLION MARY MAYO
MARGARET BAILY - - -A - President
EARLE OLDKNGW' - - Secret-ary
ORAL KILLION - - - Treasurer
Mary Mayo Lulu Greenleaf
Dwight Killion Marguerite Hunter
Class C0105-Maroon and ,sky blue.
Motto-"In Union there is Strength." '
f , cLAss HINTORY e
When we entered High School in '05 as Freshmin, we were as green as "june applesu in May, but after
a few months of the new life, the rough edges wore off, and we 'overcame the proverbial awkwardness.
In our Sophomore year we were as brave and brilliant as any Sophs. We left a record-breaking impres-
sion upon the minds of our more serious school-mates fandteachersj. i
As Juniors, a great fortune befell us, in the coming of Mr, Dyar. This was one of our happiest years.
Altho' we were not victorious in the color rush of thelspring of '08, we spent our time in more profitable ways.
Ii May, 1908, we were the first juniors brave enough to give a reception to the f'08j Seniors.
In the fall of 1908 we entered High School as grave and reverend QFD Seniors. So far, our class ranks
as one of the best on the High School records. It is our desire, that thru the coming years, this record may be
kept up to its mark of perfection. As a crowning glory to our already brilliant career, we have issued the first
year book ever put out by pupils of Table Grove High School. - '
I We will never forget the happy times we all have had during the four years of our High School life.
lt is one of our parting wishes that the succeeding classes may have just as happy times, and have as good a
record asiwe have. And above all, that they may be as fortunate in having instructors of sueh superior ability.
HORTENSE ROBINSON PAULINE VAIL VADA STRODE ALICE WRIGHT
EDSON ROBINSON ORAL WILSON DAISY ROGERS GUY WRIGHT LLOY ROBINSON
Pauline Vail Daisy Rogers Oral Vlfilson
, Edson Robinson Guy Wright Alice Wright
Vada Strode Hortense Robinson Lloy Robinson
I Class C olors-Black and Orange
CLASS H1sToRY '
In the year 1906 We entered as Freshmen into the Table Grove High School. Our class has, so far,
exceded any of its predecessors by a great margin. Our class has greater prospects for the future than any
other class of T. G. H. S.
In athletics our class is the mainstay of the school, our members being the foremost players on both the
basket ball and base ball teams.
Next year our history will be longer. A
RDSON ROBINSON, '10,
LUELLA WRIGHT MAUDE DUNCAN CLYDE CASS ISABELLE PRUGH IDA STRODE
CLARENCE 'HAMMOND WALTER PICKERING VERE MILLER RALPH HUNTER
HENRY BERRY MYLES ROBINSON CLARENCE KILLION
soPHoMoRE t RoLL
A Clarence Hammond Clyde Cass A Luella Wright
Isabelle Prugh Maude Duncan Henry Berry
Vere Miller . Walter Pickering Ralph Hunter
Ida Strode Clarence Killion Myles Robinson
Class Colors-Purple and Old Gold. A
In 1907 We entered High School. Our first year was spent very much in the same way as any other
Freshmen. We noticed the Ways and manners of the Sophs of '07 and made up our minds not to act like
Freshmen all of our lives. We are showing people this year. We are the Sophs!
I ' A SOPHOMORE, '11.
GRACE HUNTER MARCIA HAIST WAYLAND ROSS SUSANNAH BARKER BEULAH WRIGHT
WILLIE GEER LEE- CLEMENS JESSE KELLER FLOYD WILLIS RALPH BROWN
WILLIS COX HERSCHEL BIRT
Jesse Keller B
Class Colors-Pink and Nile Green.
HISTORY OF TABLE GROVE
The earliest recollections of a school building in Table Grove dates back to the year 1830.
There were so few pupils in the district at that time that the building was used for other purposes, and
not until 1846 do we have a record of a permanent school.
In 1850 a three-room building was built. lt stood until 1885, When it was destroyed by fire.
In 1888 was erected the present modern brick building, to which has been added many improvements
from year to year. ' M. H., '09.
The tall, broad-shouldered foreman was directing a gang of workmen, when he was interrupted by a
messenger boy. i .T I H
"Say, Mr. Armstrong, de boss wants to see you after live." H .
"Thanks, jimmy, tell him I'll come as soon as I can." W 'g , .
jimmy thrust his hands far into his pockets and strolled away, whistling his latest favorite, "I'm
Afraid to Come 'Home in the Dark." Armstrong turned again to his work, perhaps he was not so cheerful as
he had been,--he was busy thinking. What could Nelson want of him? ' A '
john Armstrong had entered Nelsonis steel plant a year before. ,He was a Yale man and wasito have
received -his degree in '07, but suddenly reversed circumstances made himlgive up college andgenter the factory.
He had rapidly become the favorite of mo-st of the employes, but he had his enemies among the men. He now
occupied the position of foreman. It can be said of Armstrong that he was suited in every way for his present
position. ln the first place he was a born leader of men, and he also had so much sympathy for theimen under
him. He had once been in their place. . .
' At live o'clock the whistle blew, The day-shift gathered up jackets and dinner pails and walked out of
the gates. Their places were immediately taken by the night-shift. Armstrong remained a few minutes to
give the night foreman some directions, then he hurried off to Nelson's oliice. A
When he entered the office Nelson was occupied with some papers, so he told john to take a chair. Why
he had been called there did not trouble John very much, he supposed it concerned Bill Jones, who had been
giving some trouble lately. g A p ' '
After a few moments, Nelson wheeledaround in his chair and faced Armstrong. He was a fine looking
man, and john had always admiredihim for'his strong character, and especially for his fair N dealings with the
workmen. His opening remarks were enough to make john aware that his interview had nothing to do with
Mr. Bill jones. '
"Armstrong, I have something to say to you about the coming election." 1
A close observer might have noticed Nelson's eyes twinkle and his lips twitch. He continued:
"If you have paid any attention at all to the party tickets you know that the Republicans have Holt and
the Democrats have Mack up for Governor. If you remember, the last election went very close, and the Dem-
ocrats Won by a small majority. Mack is a very good man, and represents a pretty good party, but Holt is
pretty favorable to us companies. He has made a general offer of good freight rates."
If Armstrong had thot for one moment, he would have known that the freight rates were all that could
be desired. But he did not think, at least about this one fact.
. "This man Mack is putting up a good iight, but we want Holt to put up a better one. You know if
you would cast a vote in Holt's favor and a 'few choice words to these 890 men, it would have some weight in
John was silent. He could not have spoken had he wished to do so. It was too much for him to grasp,
coming as it did from Nelson. .A vision of the two candidates flashed before him. Mack, big, generous-hearted,
loyal to his party and always Willing to defend the right. Then Holt-the contrast was great. Holt had dol-
lar signs all over his greedy countenanceg no one ever remembered of his doing anything to better his country,
and every one was afraid to delve too deep into his past to find out, and, besides, he guarded carefully against
anything of this kind happening. .
Armstrong parried a reply: f'Excuse me, Mr. Nelson, I don't quite catch your meaning."
"Well, Armstrong, I have to do a great deal for policy's sake. I don't believe an adventure of this kind
would be safe for my trade. Now, if you will talk to these men, I will make it worth your while."
John's eyes blazed with anger and amazement. Who would have thot such a thing from N elson?
"But what do these poor devils get out of it? Less wages? Higher taxes P"
"No, Armstrong, I can sayfthewage rate will remain the sameg I cannot testify as to the tax rate. I'll
tell you what I will do, I'll incizese your wages S600 more per year 5 how's that for a deal ?"
john started to' answer Iliiegatively, but he hesitated and was almost lost. A vision of a tiny white cot-
tage,-with vines running over it,-came to him, and yes, there was some one at the gate waving 'her hand in
greeting. It was Bess. She seemed to belong to the place and this little cottage just suited her.
And then--this was his first vote-would he actually want to sell his vote? His right as an American
citizen? Did he want to cast his vote for an inferior candidate? And what would Bess think of him? She
waspquite a little politician, herself. I . I
Perhaps for an instant the scales balanced-
"No, Mr. Nelson, I cannot accept your offer. Good 'eveningf' I
He walked out of the office in a dream. He had worked so hard for that little home and now when he
might have it, he cast it from him. He knew he had done the wisest thing.
For a long time after John had left, Eli Nelson sat staring out of the window at the sun, slipping below
the horizon-a glowing ball. At length he arose and addressing the empty room, "There is a man. tWouldn't
the world be benefited if there were more like him ?"
The next morning as Nelson was opening his mail he came across a short note signed, "Respectfully,
john Armstrong." It was his resignation, to take effect immediately. Nelson smiled as he read it and then
tossed it into the waste basket. He wrote an acceptance of the resignation as foreman and at the same time an
offer of the junior partnership of the firm. He added in a post-script, "You have had your trial and I guess
you are the man for the place, and it is yours if you will accept it." He also said that he, too, believed in voting
for the man and he did think Mack was the "best man." M. A. B., '09.
r , JOKELETS I
CNewton's third lawj-"Every body keeps everybody else in motion by rotation."-Daisy.
"I think we will have a fine time in the Spoon."-Clarence H ammond. '
"A curtain lecture is when a man is delivering a lecture and the curtain falls down."-Walter.
"I don't know what a fly wheel is."-Maurgarett B.
"Must I make sense in my Caesar translation ?"-Isabelle.
"Where is the singer ?"-Mr. Dyar.
Daisy fprovokedj-"I can't remember that word."
Marguerite-Speech ! Speech !
WAYLAND ROSS LLOY ROBINSON VERE MILLER HENRY BERRY ' .
I-IORTENSE ROBINSON RUSSELL CASS LEO MILLER GUY WRIGHT MYLES ROBINSON EARLE OLDKNOW
CLYDE CASS EDSON ROBINSON VVALTER PICKERING EVERETT HAMMOND
O RCH ESTRA
"Here will we sit, and let the sounds of music crep in our ears."-Merchant of Venice.
The Table Grove High School Orchestra is the result of a surprising growth.
Earlylast year four timid players met for practice. After due persuasion they appeared in public and
later upon small provocation droned out wailing strains at every High School program. The music, always
executed with enthusiasm, if not with artistic taste, was inspiring at least, and soon there were .seven blowers
of brass and tinklers of cymbals. i
Thus strengthened, the orchestra furnished very creditable music for the annual declamation contests
and the Commencement exercises. It also filled one professional engagement at Industry, Ill.
The present organization has fourteen members, well equipped with standard instruments.
Piano--Hortense Robinson, Vere M'iller.
Violins--Russel Cass, Leo Miller,
Clarinets-Guy Wright, Myles Robinson.
Cornets-Clyde Cass, Walter Pickering, ' '
Edson Robinson, Everett Hammond.
French Horn-Wayland Ross, Lloy Robinson.
Drums--Earle Oldknow. '
H. L. D.
Listen, good people, and you shall hear
Of the class of nineteen-nine g how here
Greenness of Freshmen has blossomed now
To knowledge wonderful, Lord knows how,
But it did.
Dwight, say you? Surely we're proudiof him,
.Forlthe lessons he gets and the snap and Vim
That is part of him in base ball games.
Heis bound to rise, for the teachers claim
A It's in him.
Mary, the center in basket ball,
Has made quite a hit with "Caesar" this fall,
Her brains and her wit of no small amount
Wfould lead you to think she might land a Count,
Oral is known by his perfect grades,
In the history class, nor never fades
His base ball fame. Of a bashful streak
He has been accused 3 but we'll not speak
Charming, indeed, is Marguerite's
Kind-hearted disposition, too sweets,
This girl for study, HA friend of mine"
Has her in mind and may in time
Lulu's star feature is basket ball,
Still she'd like to dress swell all
The time, if it were not for her class,
But of course, for them all else must pass,
For which she's wise,
Happy-go-lucky for sure is Earle,
But no one need think he'll ever curl
Round their hnger. It's lucky that chance
Gave us 'his brains to help finance
. The "Annual"
Stately, yet lightning like in her thot,
Those sharp eyes of hers have caught
Many a slow brain napping. After school
She'll show the world she's no one's fool.
These seven brains! how can we tell
The wealth they represent. But well
We know what future shall declare
And no one then shall try or care
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IDA STRODE PAULINE VAIL MISS KOBER VADA STRODE HORTENSE ROBINSON
MARY MAYO DAISY ROGERS
GIRLS' BASKET BALL TEAM
GIRLS' BASKET BALL, '08-'09
During this basket ball season the girls have done splendid Work. Altho the majority of the team were
new and inexeperienced in the beginning, they have developed into steady players. The team 'Work has been
excellent and individual playing good.
Next year We hope to have as good, if not a better, girls' basket ball team.
Daisy Rogers L -
Miss Kober -
DAISY Rooms, '10
Clarence Hammond, a professor so wise,
Knows all about the earth and the skies.
And by and by around the world he will-go
And bring home a great many curioes.
Henry Berry, out on a great big farm,
Will sell cattle, hogs and plenty of corn,
For the work and the hurry do not bother him,
And there's nothing he enjoys so much as a bustle
M'aude Duncan, after much sorrow and strife,
Will finally become a millionaire's wife. t
She'll live on Fifth Avenue, in a very large house,
And have for her companion a German spouse.
Ralph Hunter, of the old school days,
C Whose mind was sometimes in a hazej,
Took his pen, and an editor became,
He prints a great daily of national fame.
Clarence Killion, wont we be proud of him,
When we hear of him in the world's great din?
A first class lawyer thru and thru,
And if he runs for Governor we'll vote for him, too.
Luella Wright, a school marm will be,
Her teaching is of high order, we all will agree,
And those in authority, her virtues will see,
And soon she will be assistant in the H. S. of G.
Clyde Cass, who plays the cornet so well,
And who looks after school and watches his Daisy Belle
He'll be a great politician, early and late,
And at length he'll be President of United States.
When we get old and are racked with pain,
We'll be glad to see Vere Miller once again,
With his bottles of powders and packages of pills,
He will be able to cure all of our ills.
Dark-eyed Ida Strode, oh my! oh mel'
What in the world will Ida be?
In basket ball she is exceedingly good,
But a lirst rate house keeper will be her livelihood.
Walter Pickering, greatest cornetist ever born,
Will play away on his silver horn, '
And by and by, in profession he'll stand
At the head of our national band.
Happy-go-lucky Myles of our class .
Will see many years and remain content to the last.
VVhile Myles never fumes or frets
Helll be a first class parson yet.
Isabelle Prugh, a famous artist will be,
And finally on lifels great sea n
We'll hear of our Isabelle,
Painting a picture, of such porularity we never can tell
IDA KATHERINE STRODE, '11.
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DVVIGHT KILLION ORAL KILLION ORAL WILSON GUY VVRIGHT CLYDE CASS
EDSON ROBINSON JESSE KELLER 4 VERE MILLER
MYLFS ROBINSON LEE CLEMENS RALPH HUNTER
BOYS' BASE BALL I TEAM V
In the year 1906 we organized a High School Base Ball Team, but we played very little that year. In tne
years 1907 1908 We played several games, only once being beaten and that was by a mixed team. So We can
safely say that Table Grove High School Base Ball Team has never been beaten by any High, School team
Vere Miller -
Jesse Keller -
Oral Killion -
ORAL WILSON, '10
JESSE KELLER VERE MILLER GUY WRIGHT
EDSON ROBINSON CLYDE CASS ORAL WILSON
BOYS' BASKET BALL TEAM
BOYS' BASKET BALL
Basket ball was first introduced into Table Grove High School in 1908. The season opened with a few
out door games. At first the games went rather rough, but now the players have developed into good, clean
Clyde Cass - - Captain
jesse Keller 1
Guy Wright 5 Guards
Oral Wilson Forwards
Vere Miller - Center
-Edson Robinson - - Substitute
October 3-Table Grove -Ipava
October 10-Table Grove Ipava
October 15-Table Grove -Ipava
October 30-Table Grove Ipava
CLYDE CASS, '11
CLASS AS IT WAS IN '05
Earle Oldknovv Marguerite Hunter Mary Wilkins
Lulu Greenleaf Frank Stanley Dwight Killion
Cral Killion Mary Mayo Margaret Baily
ORAL KILLION-K6Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit."
LULU GREENLEAF--:CAD earnest purpose finds time or makes it."
DWIGHT KILLION-CITOO wise to err, to good to be unkind."
MARGUERITE HUNTER-KST oo much learning is a dangerous thingf'
MARY MAYO-"When I think I must speak."
EARLE OLDKNOW-"I-Iis brow is sometimes thoughtful."
MARGARET BAILY-"Eternal vigilance is the priee of success."
What We Are, and What We Will Be
NAME APPEARANCE TALENT IDEAL FUTURE PROSPECTS
Henryf Berry ...... Sophomore Doctoring .... .... D r. Adolph Lorenz, greatest living surgeon.. President of U. S.
Lee Clemens .. ..... Herculean Ball playing ...... Mikado-Ju-Jitsu artist .. ...... ........ P rofessor
Clyde Cass Digniiierl Loving flowers . Boehmer Kyrl-greatest corn-etist..... .. Cowboy
Grace Hunter .... Giggly ..... .... P ianist ..... ...... . Paderewski, Polish pianist . .. ..... Sweetheart -
Jesse Keller . .. .... Mas.sive. .. .... Playing :shinney Joe Gans, puglist .... , .......... Socialist
Vere Miller . .. .. .. . Bow-legged . Laughing . .. . ..... Solomon, wise man ............ . . . . . Literary
Isabelle Prugh .... Sweet Making hair-rolls John T. McCutcheon, cartoonist .... Chicagoian
Wayland Ross . ..,. .
Daisy -Rogers ......
Myles Robinson .
Oral Wilson .. . .... ,
Flovd Willi.s ....
Alice Wright ....
Pauline Vail ....
Short . . .
Cyclonic . .. . . .
Athlete . ....
Large . . .
Blacksmith ..., . . .
Hearse driver .....
Helping Eidson .. ..
Coachman .... . . ..
Blowing things up..
Pitching .... ......
Forward ..... ....
Scrapping .... . .
Having a fellow
Musician .... . .. ..
Chaffeur .... ..,
John Philip Sousa, band leader... .. ..
Demosthenes, orator ........ ..........
Mrs. Potter Palmer, society leader.
Buffalo Bill, hair-raising adventures.
Carrie Nation, man-smasher . ........ ..
Eddie Foy, comedian ........ ..........
Frank Chance, Cub manager and captain
Diana, Golddess of the Moon. .... ..... .
Daniel Webster, active mind. .. . .
Louisa M. Alcott, authoress ........ ..
Napoleon, general ............ . .... . . . .
Hugh Chalmers, auto manufacturer .....
First woman voter
Creating school .spirit
Honk! honk! '
His wondering gaze, his down-cast eye,
,, ':" His looks of awe when a Senior's nigh,
I His awkwardness
, so sacred, so sh
That shows he's a Freshman.
1 , His haughty, over-powering stride,
'rn FRESHMAN y His sneer,.w'hich says, "I can't abide
These Freshies' and his awful pride,
That shows he's a Sophomore,
iii? His air, which says "Another year
will . ' . ,
if qw ' When no superior Seniors here,
, ig We'li have things lively, don't you fear."
These show he's a Junior.
l His Dignity, so grand and cool,
T His egotistic wish to rule, -
I His air, which says, "I run this school,"
- These mark him for a Senior.
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What The Seniors Are Thankful For
WE ARE THANKFUL THAT:
We are Seniors.
We have passed the stages of greenness and avvkvvardness that belong to the Freshmeng the Sophomore smart
ness and the junior spooniness. '
We have come to the stage when We have found out what we don't know.
We have had the opportunity of attending High School and have had such excellent instructors.
We stand at the summit of High School life and that We have been able to reach that point.
We are the first class to attempt putting out a year book.
We, as Juniors, were the first class to give a reception to the Senior class,
Our school building is such a good one and that it does not leak over our class.
Our course is one of the best in the state.
We are especially thankful to Mir. Dyar and Miss Kober for making the course such as it is.
Mr. Dyar has so much patience with us when We do not speak our German as he wishes.
We have held our High School record higher than any previous classes during our career.
Talk to me children! Seats subject to change.
just one minute, please. Do you recall?
Now everybody together! -A Take the cat down stairs and shut the door.
' . Some Dont's for T. G. H. S. Pupils p
Don't mark on the desk with your pencils. Don't shuffle your feet when you walk.
Don't Whisper so much. 4 Don't be afraid to sing. '
Don't talk so low Qpleasej, 4 Donlt speak in Caesar unless you are called upon
Don't giggle in Physics class at nothing. Don't look at the professor when you send a note
I Happenings H X
Bob goes to call on Beulah and falls asleep. Too bad.
Pauline had an auto ride Grange Fair day.
Good lecture in Physics class Nov. 19th, 1908.
Wood alcohol and carbolic Were put to good use Nov. 20th. D
A case pulled off by Mr. Dyar Nov. 24th. '
Junior motto: "Root, hog, or die."
T. G. H. S. has a new fire escape-Dec. 15.
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"Lives of great men, all remind us
We can make our lives sublime,
And departing, leave behind us
Foot prints on the sands of time."
--H. W. Longfellow.
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Fresl1Breac1., Buns, Cookies and Cakes on hand at all times
CAKES MADE TO ORDER
E I W. B. GROVE, Proprietor. TABLE GROVE, ILLINOIS I
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Fresh and Salt Meats, Larcl,
Tallow, Hides, Ice anal Salt
Southeast Corner Square. TABIJE
l-laist or Thompson
Dry Goocls, Slloes,
Mlller S Miguel Marco 5
Hand Sllort Leaf ancl cent
Made Tlme Enterprise l rs
I CORGNATUS 10 CENT CIGAR I
J. B. MILLER, Table Grove, Ill.
Subscriptions talcen for all
1 Papers and Magazines
LOW Prices 'POI' Goocl Goocls Always prevail Here
Your Trade ls Solicitecl
GOOD CLUB OFFERS
Wm. D. Hall, Table Grove, Ill.
N. DEALER IN M--D
QW I W atcl-nes, Clocks, Jewelry, Books, Stationery,
I E CE QQ! Music, Musical Instruments, Sporting Goods, Etc.
TABLE GROVE. ILL. -I
' - Repairing Promptly Done. A11 Work Warranted Satisfactory.
MILLIE HILL , I RACKET STORE I
-...L-2.-15 DEALER IN 1gl1i
China and Glassware
L Holiday Goods and
I WEST sms OF SQUARE I Goods for all Special Days
Nothing But The Best
AT GUR STORE '
The Best in Chrality, Price and Service
just now, when our Fall and Winter Goods are fresh and novel,
is a good time for you to put us to the test, to
make us prove that assertion.
C OTVI E A N D SE E A
You will find much that will interest you, much that you need, and
ALL BARGAINS, MERIT 6: MONEY'S WORTH
Come Early in Order to Secure
THE BEST OF THE BEST
Look over our Fashion Sheet carefully-you will find it full of attract
ive designs, snappy, stylish, economical.
The New Idea l 0 cent' Pattern
ANOTHER EXAMPLE O F T H E B E S T
ED. B. ROGERS 5-J? SON
TABLE GROVE - - - ILLINOIS
COIEQSEIIETSIYZESARE TABLE GROVE. ILL.
J. A. HEFLI
Barber Shop and Bath Room
IN NEW LOCATION
SOUTHWEST CORNER or SQUARE
TABLE GROVE, - ILLINOIS
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PIIYSICIHH anal Surgeon TABLE GROVE. - ' ILLINOIS
TABLE GROVE, .ILLINOIS
Dr. C, F, Brgwn P. 'F. JOIICS., D. ,
D E N T I S T Physician anal Surgeon
CALLS ANSWERED DAY AND NIGHT
TABLE GROVE. ILLINOIS TABLE GROVE - H ILLINOIS
JOHN A. CASS, TABLE GROVE. ILL.
DEALER IN .
Hardware, Stoves, Farm Implements, Yvagons, Buggies
Tinware, Graniteware, Cutlery, Etc.
Call and See Me for Anything in My Line. Prices are Right
C. S. MAT TESON
MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER I
Harness, Collars, Whips, Etc. Blankets,
Robes., Fly Nets and Covers in their Season
.al REPAIRING and OILING HARNESS A SPECIALTY .sl
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Yellow Pine Doors Gils Tools
Washington Fir Blinds Varnislmes . Specialties
Red Cedar Shingles Mouldings s Stains Nails
Pittsburg Perfect Electric Weld Fence. "ASIC the Man."
Table Grove's Biggest, Best and Busiest Store
Clarendon Shirts Kingsbury Hats
Kuppenheimer Clothes D I Corliss Coon Collars
Black Cat Guaranteed Hose Golden Rule Neckwear
Cooper White Cat Underwear Auto Brand Work Clothes
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Aa Y uspen ers TABLE GROVE, - ILLINOIS CORSETS
l-lALWAYSt THE LATEST IN
Dress Goods, Fancy Collars, Belts, Bags and Notions
Quality never sacrigced in order to give -Quantity. Drop in and get acquainted
Have a Modern House or have an Old house re-
modeled. For Plans and Estimates See
GENAR F. VAIL
and other Cement Work Furnished at Low Prices
Paper Put on The Walls
Painting of All Kinds
I BUGGY PAINTING A SPEIALTY I
CALL AND SEE ME
DIVAN MILLER, Table Grove, Ill
H. W. SHAFFER
First-class Wagon and Repair Shop in Connection
Dealer in Wagons and Buggies
TABLE GRovE - ILLINOIS
J. R. STUART
W OOD WCRKE R A
WAGON M AK ER
Rcpairer of A11 Kinds of Vehicles. First Class Work
Guaranteed. Call and See for Yourself
ONE BLOCK WEST OF SQUARE D
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Is the place Where you can get a Good Square Meal or Lunch: also a Complete Line of Fancy
Groceries, Tobacco anal Cigars. Have you tried them?
They have a. Rich, True., Flavor., Exquisitely Blended. A Perfect Delight. A single piece
will clecide you forever in their favor. ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::
WEST SIDE TABLE GROVE. ILL.
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. men you buy ICE CREAM, buy at the City Restaurant because it is Home Made,
Absolutely Pure and 'Manufacmred uncler Sanitary Conditions. We know' the ingredients
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WEST SIDE TABLE GROVE. ILL.
Thirty-four Years on East Side Square., Tahle Grove, Illinois
T-115-purpose of this advertisement is to have the Pupils and Patrons of the Tahle Grove Schools
lcnow that Hunterqs desire their Goodwill and patronage and that Hunterqs are in the Best posi-
tion tosgive ALL for the money. Just give us a chance to show you
that We secure the highest type of Merchandise for you, such as Men and Vwfomen of Good Taste
and judgement want. We leave the rest to you. 4 h
DryG00dS 0 C S - I-latS,.,CapS Groceries
Xve rsencl Special Orders for Clothing, Suits.,
Cvercoats, Fancy Vests and Trousers,
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"lt is a very singular, hut nevertheless
true, inconsistency that there are very
many clothing manufacturers, a great
many wholesale clothing salesmen, a
host of retail clothing merchants, even
many of their salesmen who do not Wear
their own clothes," says Men's Wear,
the leacling ready-made puhlication.
It seems very like the hotelkeeper
who won't eat in his own restaurant.
an ou ee he Point?
When these men Want a Good Suit
they go to a Hrst-class tailor where' they can get just what
they want in fahric ancl style. mere the clothesare
fitted, when hastecl together, so as to insure a perfect Ht.
They lcnow the quality of linings that go into a goocl
Tailor-made Suit-also the superior worlcmanship that
malces the suit hold its shape. :: :: :: :: ::
You pay a little more for a goocl Tailor-made Suit hut
the men who wear them lcnow from experience that
they are the cheapest in the encl. :: :: :: ::
FITZGERALD fd CO.
Cantonis Leading Tailors South Siclef Square
L. M. KEACH
--AGENT FOR THEi
Kilmlinger Motor Vehicles
The Kiblinger is the simplest and most practical Automobile
of its class made. A Hue Hill Climber: Speeds up to 25 or
30 miles per hour. Is marie easy to operate. no complicated
parts., no tires to puncture., no repairs. safest machine made.
Built for 2 or 4 passengers. 12' 3 3 Q3 J'
-I also do all kinds of-
ROOFING. SPOUTING. PUMP WORK and LIGHT-
NING ROD WORK. ALL WORK GUARANTEED
L. NI. KEACH
Having succeeclecl to tlme management of
tlie poultry liouse in Talale Grove., We
pay tlie Higliest Market Price for
Poultry, Eggs anal Butter. run
Wagon tlirougli tlie country on regular
ciays. See us laefore selling your Butter.,
Poultry or Eggs. U
GUSTINE Ed FORDYCE
WM. M. MILLER
GRAI and SEED
MARKET PRICE PAID AT ALL TIMES
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State liege! School
Autumn Quarter begins - - Sept. 21, 1908
Winter Quarter begins - - Dec. 14, 1908
Spring Quarter begins - March 15. 1909
Summer Quarter begins - . - June 14, 1909
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ALFRED BAYLISS, Principal
ISS uha Starr
N. W. comer square ' Table Grove, Illinois
THE VERY LATEST W STYLES
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT
H. E. Rohinson Will Furnish Your'Home Up-to-date
-e I-IE SELLS ALL KINDS OF -
FURNITURE, WINDOW SHADES, CARPETS AND RUGS
THE WM. FREE SEWING MACHINES. The Best Machines Merle.
The have no superior. Inquire ahout his easy Installment Plan.
Also ahout the S175 Piano. It is a Dandy for the Money. Donst forget the Bargain Store.
TABLE GROVE ee 1: ILLINOIS
Schools, Churches and Societies
Sometimes need printing of a little higher character than can be produced
by the local printer.
A coMI: TO Us AT sUcH A TIME
A WAGONER MAIL PRINTING COMPANY
pRE51DENT and MANAGER GA LESBURG. - ILLINOIS
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