The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois on April 30, 1908 · Page 5
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The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois · Page 5

De Kalb, Illinois
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Thursday, April 30, 1908
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THE DR KALB CHRONIC LE: THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 190 S. Ouf Business Is To please Ur public In fccauUIul and artistic jW All , ip aipeis We have got the newest and most artistic designs on the market today, and we can hang it "to the Queen's taste" . . ... . See us Before Buying Wall Paper.1 HFJJIHL Al3EQM- Wall Paper sad Pais! Store. DeKalb, Illinois. 1 A Eastertide Demands Eastertide Oxfords and the pair for milady are awaiting your inspection. Come as far as the window, anyway, and see if the styles don't please. These are the choice of the JOHN KELLY spring styles. We will be pleased t6 fit a pair to your feet with-, out obligation on your part to buy. Patents? Russets?" $1.50 to $3.50. Austin's Shoe Store . Main Street, DeKalb, Illinois n o v QJJ (DM 5 aiim' CIKEAISS aft IWESSie It W TTT Ov Tfl(E I .Have an assortment of Domestic Wines, v including Port, Sherry, Tokay, Mu sea telle, Catawba, Claret. Your Choice at 50 cents per Bottle; worth up to $1.50. Complete line of Domestic and Im ported Brandies. Whisky- all the popular brands of Bourbon and Rye Whisky Henderson's Cascade; Underoof, Forrester and others Mineral Water, .Cigars, etc. It is a well known fact that I have always kept the best and purest Wines and Liquors procurable. a These broods must be disposed of. at" once, and consist of both bottled and bulk goods. DECORATIOIl DAY. While- we are strewing the choicest flowers upon the graves of our .dead soldiers, in our beautiful" cemeteries, let us also be reminded or tnose aeau heroes, who sleep in unknown graves in the sunny South where they fell in batle in defense of Old Glory and the -preservation of this union. The echoes of war, now have traveled The valleys the last time for aye. And the hill and the forests are silent As the Angel of" Peace wanders by. -While 'the unknown heroes sleep where they suffered In the South where brave charges they led Where the moss droops her tend-nils in mourning. And the- mocking bird sings o'er the dead. tn marked are the mounds where they slumber. Their names , are unsung and unwept. ' But their deeds are not lost or forgotten. For they are In Eternity kept. And while. Nature's green monu- ments freshen In early Spring over each grave Of the loyal sons of this nation .May with her flowery emblem in gratitude wave. And too, while the bosom of ocean Bears the harvests away on her tide f May the olive branch bend In the sunshine And brotherhood ever abide. IThen let all the hearts that are heavy Be cheered by the smile of the glad And every one who may be happy Make happy all those who are sad. " Charles Beaupre. MAYFIELD RESIDENT DEAD. Mr. William Bryan, well known in this vicinity died at his home in Mayrield this morning! The funeral will be held at his late home at 10 o'clock tomorrow ; (Friday) morning. ine cause or nis - death was appo pt.exy after but a few hour's illness The deceased was the father of Mr. George Bryan whose home is ' north west of DeKalb. WISE OLD NATURE - FINDS A NEW ONE Prosene for Stomach Prostration. Paisfi Aaiioriing Thursday, Friday, 1 Saturday, - APRIL 30. MAY 1 and 2, Lyceum Stock Company In the Laughing Comedy, The Dell Doy's Revenge RIZAL & ATIT.IA Gymnasts. " BABY EUGENIA Phenomenal Child Artist. THE POLYSCOPE 8000 feet of films each performance Cloning with the Screaming Farce, . 'JATiULY TROUBLES" Show begins 8:15 Admission, . - 10c and 20c Reserved Seats at Auditorium Chocolate Shop Bahy Eugenie will give a special CANDY..MATINEE SATURDAY at 3::M), for the Children. Price, . . .10 cents to all. ; Crex Straw Coil Hber Kaba Fiber DEATH OF RELATIVE. Mrs. I). McCarthy and daughter Mrs.'T.. Duggan went to Chicago yes teray morning to visit the formers brother-in-law Mr. John McCarthy who was very 111. Thevperit the day wttn mm leaving nim very coniiori able late In the afternoon. . They arrived home during the early evening and shortly after, re ceived a telephone message announce Ing his death. They were very much shocked as they did not suppose that he was in " Immediate danger. The funeral will be held Saturday morn ing at Sycamore, You can't fool nature all the time; it s Douna to nna you out. ir you misuse it, you will be abused in time. i ne stomacn lsn t copper-fined, riveted with steel spikes, - nor can It solve the problem of perpetual motion. To keep the stomach everlastingly slaving is "sure to put It out of business, but wise old nature has come to tue rescue and provides ust with organic substances, identical with the digestive Juice which matures our food and prepares it for the blood. . All we need now do is to accept what nature offers, and become a happy wise .jieople. There is no reason- why any of us should suffer stomach trouble, indi-gestlou or constipation, if we only leave laxltlves and dyspepsia medicine alone. - These put us , to the bad. iue natural stomach tonic which is needed occasionally to strengthen and give courage to me tired and taxed organ, consists of one ounce Pros'ene Compound, Compound Tincture Cinchona, one ounce, and half a pint of Sherry me. To be taken a teaspoonful before meals and at bedtime. This Prosene Preparation was originated by the Cooper Pharmaclal Company of Chicago, and can be had from Brown's Drug Store. Though the price is a trifle, the benefits are extraordinary. To if. mmi OOOOQOOOOOOOO GIGGLES "A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the wisest men." ccxooooooc 1 he Auto Novel. Repeated Headaches sap one's vitality and lead to a general nervous break down. Let me remove the cause. H. U. Meyers, Oph D. dtf . "My, this novel is romantic." "Tell tne about it." "Why. the hero, a big red racer, is sought after by chic electrics and fashionable touring cars, but marries a poor, .working runabout." ootIef jrlnjc Cost Him $20. Cfcrml. 111., April 30. Robert IMxoa, tStrty years old, charged with "boot- lecftag.'' was found guilty by a jury t Cse couuty court, and be paid $20 s eis. New Records for Victor Ss Edison machines jnst received, Coll and select them of C. 1. Smith. d2t In the recount of the vote in Sterling on the liquor question, April 7th, In which the town went wet by one vote, the wets on Tuesday, made a wi gain of 21 votes in the first'pre-cinct. The recount was demanded by the Anti-Saloon League and four precincg!jremain to be counted. Rock halls wet majority in the re count was reduced from 8 votes to 3 votes. Seven ballots are still in dispute for dry and'Hhree wet. DeKalA friends of Prof. Radale of Louisville, Ky.. willlv pained to hear of the orrovv that ha come to his fam ily by the death of his s-ister-in law wne oi ur. aisaaie wne houu- was in Indiana. The ladv wa visitinic an aunt when she was taken ill with iri tonitis from which she died. Prof, and Mrs. Kasdule attended th. funeral Tnesda3 HYMENAL Married by- Rev. (ieorge Wilson at the home of the bride' parents Mr. .and Mrs James Burt 605 South First St. April 2ttth at 00 p. m. Fred J. Busby and Cora A Norton. The event was sjrioinnized in the presence of the immediate f am lies and followed by a dainty wedding luncheon Mr. Busby is a prosperous farmer liv ing one and a half miles southeast of Malta and thither the newly wedded pair went last night to begin house- keetjimut once. The happy couple tlid not escape a fierce shower of rice and numerous old shoes. . , Conjcratulations are extended to Mr and Mrs. Busby by many friends. The Ice cream . parlors which will be operated in the Ronan building corner Main and Fourth street were opened for business last evening and all who patronized the beautiful parlors are loud In their praise of the elegantly fitted , ronfia tobe conducted by Ballou andRonan two young men who are sure to make success of their undertaking. They are DeKalb boys, wno are popular among the young people and are deserving of the best patronage. Dr." Anderson "has lieen having porch Iwdroum addel to the mrth tend of the flat his family owupy and they expect to slep . out of doors through the HUinmer months. The porch is screened in with galvanized wire netting and will thus be: kept free from flies and mosquitos. Mrs. D. D. Brown and daughter Miss Zaidawent to Chicago today to iliend a week with friends. Miss Brown will be joined in the city by the company with whom she traveled in the West and the ladies will give an entertainment tomorrow evening at Woodstock. Grass Carpet X Variety cf lLIattisss 9c up tnoc MAM 35c Save jour Lace Curtains . ' r:. mm & "fee bbbs hfjdf- 98c, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25 Oilld can run it Tne Great Labor Saver hi No Dust 1 No Gtras No Molbs $7.50 and $8.50 $2.50, $3.00 to $4.50 No Backache No tired feeif No wearing el - Carpet W TT 7T 7 wm DeKalb and Malta, 111. NATIONAL GUARD I ENCAMPMENTS Third of ; This City Will Go to Camp Lincoln June 21-28. Sprint4fiefd. III.. ApVil 30 Days for the Illhiolf National Guard encampments have been fixed for this year in an order issued to-day by Adjutant GeneraKThomas W. Scott. An innova tion over.other years will result in the scattering of the regiments to different points in the state instead of practically the entire encampment' being held at Camp Lincoln. The only regiments which 'will en-canip at the. latter place are the Fifth. Third and Sixth Infantry. These regiments will arrive at Camp Lincoln in the following order: Fifth Regiment. June 14 to. 21. Third Regiment. June 21 to 2S. Sixth Regiment. June 28 to July 5. The most important changes are the practice marches, which w'ill be held by the Seventh and Second In fantry and the. First Cavalry. The Seventh Regiment will go on its march July 5 to 12 . and the Second on July 12 to 19. The nine troops of the First Cavalry will march overland from the various points in the state sto Dresden Heights, on the Desplaines River, where they will drill from July 20 to 27. Dates for the other militia contingents are as follows: ' i First; Fourth and Eighth Infantry will concentrate at Camp Benjamin Harrison for drill and .maneuvers A GOOD painter is needed if you do any serious - -. ; - - .. ' painting; but he's not more necessary than ''good paint. No painter can make, by hand process, so good a paint as tievoe s JLeaa-ana-iinc paint; the better the painter he more he knows it. . If your iaintr doesht admit it,, tell him to try it just once for you. , He'll learn something in his busiuess; and you'll get a ltetter job than he's used t giving. ' ' Get Devoe Lead-and-Zinc - Paint. Devoe The death of Mr. Daniel Bannister occurred yesterday at the home of his daughter i Mrs. C. N. Conrad at Sycamore, where he tjas been staying for some time. .Mr. Bannister has been an invalid for several yearsrHurlnS the week extending from Sep- and has been tenderly his devoti i daughter. . cared for by Mrs. tJ. C. Buih Went tu St. Charles yesterday morning to lie with her niece. Mis JKwitzer during an operation net-essitatinj; the removal of her rifiht foot. She has lieen a great sufferer with tuliercnlar trouble for muiiy years. ?d,rs. Thornton of Chicago arrived at the M.'A, L. Olsen home last evening where her . two children and sister have lieen since Monday. Mr. Thornton expects to come out for over Sunday when his family will return with him to the eitv. The new. old council is dead. Hail the The iusnesMor in ' on may expect him. his rounds You Mrs. Mayo, won Gdward and Fritz Fisk have surely arrived home for we have seen them. Their absence from home has covered a , period Vf sixteen weeks and their family jand friends have given them a routing welcome home. v ' . . . Mrs. J. (Carroll who has been visiting friend and relatives in DeKalb f6r a few week, has gone to the country to visit a sister-in-law for a few days. Mr. William. WTiltberger goes to Madison, ' Wisconsin tomorrow to look after business matters In that city. tember 11 to 20. THE BIJOU The Bijou has closed for repairs this week and will open under new huh. pices as a moving picture house nexf" week. Hiland Bros. Agents. ' George Thompson is home after an absence of nearly seven weeks in Missouri. Piles! Pile! Piles! Williams' Indian File Ointment will cure Blind. Bleeding and Itching Piles. It absorbs the tumors, alwayB itching at once, acta as a poultice, gives instant rellet. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is prepared for Piles and Itching of the private parts. Sold by druggists, mall 50c and J 1.00 Williams, Mfg. Co. Prop. Cleyeland. Ohio. For sale by Brooks Pharmacy. Try a Chronicle want ad. BARKLEY'S STEAM CLEANING AND DYE WORKS . Is a good place te leave your work in this line. You will gel first-class service and courteous treatment. We make a specialty oi FINE FABRICS. WORK CALLED FOR & DELIVERED Dascmenf o! Cusson's Ncv;DuiIding,

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