What People Are Doing in Hubbard Woods
Harold Gage has taken a position on a railroad in Montana.
Mr. Wilberforce Taylor has returned from his vacation in Canada.
Mrs. R.L. Gonsalves is entertaining guests from Jacksonville, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Laird Bell have returned from a camping trip in Canada.
Mr. Oliver Clark of Indianapolis, Ind., is visiting his niece, Mrs. J.I. Lyons.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Rogers spent Sunday with Mr. Rogers' sister, Mrs. George Wood.
Mr. Victor Chapman spent a few days last week at his home in Jacksonville, Ill.
Mr. George Gonsalous is able to be about again after a slight operation on his throat.
Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Albright have returned after spending the summer at Millhem, Pa.
Both the COlumbia and Sacred Heart schools opened Monoday with good attendance.
Mrs. John Stuart and children have returned from their summer home at Charlevoix, Mich.
Mrs. I.B. Alberts has sold her home on Linden avenu and removed her furniture to Chicago.
Mrs. Henry Tresch and children have returned after spending two weeks at La Salle, Ill.
W.E. Davis and family have returned from Michigan where they have been spending the summer.
L.B. Sherman and family are occupying the W.F. Weed house on Asbury avenue for a few weeks.
Mrs. L.H. Cariotto of Chicago expects to occupy her new home on North avenue about Oct. 1.
Mr. H.L. Stafford is spending a few days at home before returning to his studies at the University of Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. J.K. Lyon have returned from California after spending a few weeks at their summer home there.
R.H. Schell & Co. are showing a splendid assortment of school supplie and report excellent business in all lines.
Mr. and Mrs. G.A.E. Kohler and children have returned after spending a few months at the Waukezoo Inn at Holland, Michigan.
Mrs. T.R. Lyon and daughter, Miss Harriet Lyon, have returned to Chicago after spending several months in the W.B. McIlvaine house on Green Bay road.
Our volunteer fire company is planning a hunting and fishing trip to Fox Lake, Ill., the last Saturday in September. Residents will please not allow any fires to happen during their absence.
The sewing circle of the Sacred Heart Parish will meet at the church on North avenue Thursday afternoon. ALl ladies are requested to come and help sew for the fair, which is to be held the last week in September.
Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Peterson have gone back to Chicago after spending the summer in the W.E. Davis cabin. Miss Price, who has been spending the summer with her sister, Mrs. Hendersonk, on Asbury avenue, has returned home.