Five long and fateful years had rolled up the self-inflicted sacrifices of the man from Kankakee.
It was ninety miles from Kankakee to the southern extremity of Lake Michigan.
Black Partridge rode to the Kankakee village and spread out his presents.
It meant renunciation of all social and sentimental diversions of Kankakee.
Carol's was the only vote cast against "The Girl from Kankakee."
The annual pass, once so prized by the Kankakee journalist, was now as nothing.
Money is scarce at the end of the month and she's better off in Kankakee.
It was empty when the Mayor of Kankakee dropped it on the floor by his bedside.
What would a poet sing about, I wonder, who lived on the Kankakee Flats?
The Honorable Mayor of Kankakee turned away to conceal his emotion.