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The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois • Page 3

The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois • Page 3

De Kalb, Illinois
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i WednesdaT, pin 21 inig THE DEKALB DAILY CHRONICLE PageTj iilii'iirS Wix Garner Becomes w53 FUTURE "they are "over there, you are mighty glad to get something that will wear a while. Therefore, the board effect undermuslins, aqd the pain outer garments made of heavy niaterials. IF IT'S YOUR i 110 VE-r OC1ETY Full-Fledged Elk! Wix in training at thelg Great Lakes station, was Initiated at the meeting of the Klks Monday jf night. Routine business was tran-'Sj' sacted. i See us.

Moving i a hard jjpbj tit best, bat if call and social life. Hosts of friends will welcome he and Mrs. Itiddell on their return from their bridal trip. Home and Foreign Mission soeie-tiert. of tha church are to have a bake Saturday to earn funds to pay their sholarships and other pledges which, they have raade for the year.

Though the demands arr many this year, the societies are making effort to continue with as much imssdon and church work as heretofore. They in with ovir skilled rnrn nd niodert meahods; you'll findj youxj siir fctllej the new Lrtui wiittobt fussj worry or damagef We have three bigUkaAs and NrU( jnove you next dooyr hundred miles. The Red. Cross neighborhood meeting which is. held every Tuesday afternoon at the.

home of Mrs. G. A. Fahlund was not held there yesterday because of the home being quarantined with measles." WELL SATISFIED STOCKHOLDERS COREY I 1 1 EVANS U4 North Seventh I i 1 1 IfzSr in in i "ittw headache, better come arf 14 Phone 874 nnnCTrPC'This is S01 advice, especially "-A iWUoiHivo when bilious or constipated. You I have been advertisiirg exten-lwin find many people who use sh ely this 'month, the' OeKalb ChamberlaiiR Tablets- for these people nay know of the splendid ailments -with the best jregults, and opportunity of making money I do well to follow, their example.

If you are bothered with a persfcdtt 6 THE CHEERfplj GM! Rug U4 I musti Kz.v crrie purpose ij Jiyj And use. etlch dz-y 2.s it Or life wit notKin5 by Of T.I mm Don't you" l.Kc people? Did you- i the ccoetor oi ul." who srx-ak iffy column v. see the name, Ri 'rr. corner, it's I heYe e'f. ami you rtL v.

thi.s MeCanii perkoi MrCaiiQ, the -oriKi' York fity, a distl: ami author of, cu: ful stories for clill Cann claims the is her edthvst chitdL the first work t-mtj At presort -she? st the ItrotTiHf I Ch icag. t- 11 1 icaie years of yeiung person. tr i early gained- rteoj: is now resunntr hi lias just finished children. ihy. a ik the child life.

Del Co. nro story. "The belle." firsi anpea: tin's magazine tori Ac! one and tvo. are jt it a lit Mil: wr; V. a.

it. J. s.nn Vor 1H 1 i CI'' i. 1 i I lot! hi) nr i k- oe5 rvd s(e; 3ih I. I 1 iohHUr.i- liiliiren.

ffiti It hi iu poKlej with- perfect vision Buffet if your eyes are at fault. Maey eye-strain, causing headache nI iet-viusffleasf Consult at icui re H. U. MEYERS, Oph. D.

Phd red 71 of lb. eanre' rt'ity A1 toi noy Dixon nc! jjjji if. jihsoiivrel the socse'y Hixon Leader told scribe a-11 tlo, and it, i. uneie, ia Ht-r -v. ho lives in very proud of his -And evr.v' void of tun.

Aliss.Met'ctnn, Ada 'Melt "ami and her miner daUKhter. Ada. of have several days of the hft rivi: lowii, J. in. -re! liu Vi- the kuiim! to himself, for iiarids an' til i iioh ot.

man j. nn-uv4 thr'msl Ue-. Kailj ulxnob! day -with earsT irh coine siurli. span and new j-fJ'ors ih" pr-uoifiMMtlrera lo ptrt i. Nebraska and oilier 'western states.

tine tlnse 3 vvoint at whftd al it and in-( rei in ar wiriiitit; n.H'j- an capably as I and'it'ti they drop in to! I irealA lit re' itiey i-m tie or. ihau iiu lii i ttre loo'-? I no' attire, nat- ami fioto ly tiiry wear sor' ot' coveralb Jl'OfOI Citll 'f-mire-jv of woineii wore brown xit sin as tho incii v.V":tr and they vri lit' irip i- v. i.t r- rt- Uil'tx i ii izens. i :P.d 'ail oMter oi i. I 1 I iOV, lib i.i;iii'., inxtanc tvr.ill oil" v.mis IH 1IJ i ir lool: Vl! 1H out bean lies irom the garl-n and still wlien vou 1 thfiii well oi ti -1 dflnl in your.parden or if (l-'v bv the nunc of i iai! s-r.

Nt oik sanlt'ii la'dv ho i tier a-- much x-ln-1 iioe pi-iijio' i re nainiii'-r her tulios.1: ori i inn. h. are General )iiiiai General Kociis, J- niii but she will siei have vthem Kaiser Kruns: v. lin rcrul stv much, of the Iiavarian where lias bi-cn staged, ttie It i i i i and which lias 1 1 (i because of tin i veart learn l)rf- wiih li the vUIatu is dese', f-1 ii tl -oil iias: re. AH the come a resi- niale residei.ts ha i 1 -on to war and scores and tVi in battle; In i Io i i- 1 in mar "wi'tsi.

the '-villase I of or i is I ts i I r- It. ai a. we The-youngest child of Mrs. G. A.

Fahlund is measles. Rev. Ul witlTj Some Good Advice 'Don't think too much of own methods. Watch other your poo pie's ways and learn from them." HAVE COLOR IN CHEEKS Be Better lxxking Take Olive Tablets If your skin is yellow complexion pallid tongue coated appetite poor you have a bad taste in your mouth a lazy, no-rood feeling you should take Olive Tablets. Dr.

Edwards Olive Tablets a substitute lor calomel were prepared by Dr. Edwcrds altsr 17 years of study with his patients. Dr.EdTards'OliveTablatsare a purely vegetabiecompoundmixedwitholiveoiL Yea will know them by their olive color. To have a dear, pick skin, bright ey es, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like childhood days ycu must get at the cause. Dr.

Edwards' CUve Tablets act on the liver and bowels like calomel yet have no dangerous cfter effects. They start the bile and overcome constipation. why millions of boxes are sold ruus. at 10c and 25c per box. All Take one or two nightly and pleasing results.

MUSIC riSEEijrssr FOR ALL OCC ASIONS Florence Henrie and Jier Jazz Band i "Florence Henrie, Leader L' Phones: Studio 73, Reiidence V84 DEKALB, ILL 1 C1Ar5incniTl TlYl 3wVHIaUIi lclX.l9 iiorse ana Auto Livery Ifour Feed or Hitch Barn wlltt Service Day or Night Phone 709 Over the News Stand i If i i I i nr. I 1 It! -s-v 1-1 i oonuant iaiin of thi WufalisJij menus vo efveeur: clientf in i an effi will offer a variety of fooods at the sale. Miss Eula Gray and Forrest T)av- 1 a. is were united in marriage ai Heivi- cieie last Tuesday. Mrs.

Davis is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John. Gray of Genoa, having resided in that vi- eintti- ,11 her I i f( i CTfulll-I ate of the Genoa 'high school. The groom is a son of Mr.

and Mrs. Oscar Davis of Charter. Grove. have gone to farming on the Kelley farm ner Charter Grcve. Lotrusi Campfire held a meet- Campfire ing yesterday afternoon for regular work at St.

Paul's parish house. Women In War Work Immediately! Ten sewing machines for workers at the Red Cross work shop. Those in charge asli that the machines he loaned for period three weeks lotKM-r if it is possible. Tin- machines are kept in -excellent repair and the shop will. call for iheai and ituni ('all 2a, the Red Cross shop -if you can -lend your li'ac hine.

It will be greatly appreciated, for tie-re are not enough machines to keep the sewers busy. The woman ho knits has already found plenty to do. Now the May Woman's Home Companion tells how the woman who crochets can help: "A new opportunity for hefpful- jiess in war work r.a.s been opened "women who can Shawls ufe urgently needed the older French wonn by the American Fund for French Wounded. They should be crocheted of black wool, th circular shape so iopular a number of ago. Complete.

in-j formation about these shawls and iirnitjinn rnt i fiein lieil obtained by applying to the Ameri-j can Fund lor French 10. East Tnirty-ninth Street, New York City." Nothing more' appeal ins--has come out of the warring nations than the story of Red Cross work among the children. Mothers and fathers our happy land v. ilk hug their little ones as' they read the hardships endured by Belgian and French kiddies. Early one Thursday morning the-German soldiers gathered at the railroad station in Liege, llelgium.

Mil children to be shipped through Switzerland into i rance. Tne Germans did not want the feeding and care of them, ex- plains a writer in the Red Cross Magav- ne tor April. After, a jour- ney of two days the train into the i union at Evian, France, where- the American. lied Cross re- ive-s and cares for more man repatriates every In; iy. Out of eve: window were stretched little hand's and heads, crying, calling, sjhgim; children.

'the train stop ieil five trumpeters navp their fanfare. of we-b ome. In groups, in pairs, holding iiands. a little broih-I dinging to his -sister, four or iie little 1 riends side- by side, .1. i iioutint; aim sinking son-s Mail not oeeii aiiiiwi in three Inns years, the children liotiri into tlie street.

A very lit-' It- ono in a blue cape and pointed can, feli in his huiTV and the i cient (rourMous ouj-se of i fcc.isiirzeJ ii'i' jt i tal jf Ari ehovt tins niaoneT. i A-distinct I cjualiry tfbetaiiinii dignity jlnd Itaiafui other three are aration. Mi in New York citv and artists urn enteil in her line now, if you don't 1 service! if aisuredt iL i i 1 uimfTiwmtafig'wtimnu'r BLOOD Ml suit with 'hai to match; und a cor-1: of ink sweet pea and James Quinn of Clare, a brothe of tin grcMyn. After the ceremony a wed- nanum snizarn i a atrej How often I ck poisoning revult of a slight, scr iu ori lin's Wizard Oil is ij through the stock of the Curtis Brothers Handle Co. mat advertising is of course.

bringing results, but I propose to keep it before the public until the last minute, with a view of reaching the notice of as many as possible. i An investment in the proposition means liberal dividends within 60 clays, and the more clients 1 have that are drawing good dividends, the more it helps my business. Those who invested with me last year and are now drawing from 12 to per cent per annum with prospects of the. percentage growing rapidly, are the best satisfied investors that lX-Kalb ever saw and they do not hesitate to buy more stock from me as fast as their sur-P'us accumulations will permit, and you will do likewise if you once get started. Look into once.

The price, raises from to a share on May 1st. it. E. DAVIS, 121 K. Lincoln Highway.

Over Lincoln Inn. 'Phone Mrs. E. II. Agnew has returned to her home iu Madison.

afr ter a two weeks' visit with relatives in Elva and De'Kalb. Senator Adam-Cliffe of Sycamore was here today. Future Social and Club Events Woman's Relief Corps members are asked to come to the home of i Mrs. George Peters, Grove and Ninth streets, to sew tomorrow af- ternoon. They are reejuested to bring needles and thimbles.

The Elva W. C. T. U. will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs.

Ella Mosher. The meet in; iu take ihe form of a Red Cross tea. Thei-e will be no. meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of Si. Paul's church this week Thursday.

The monthly meeting will be held on Thursday afternoon, May second. FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH. it js not a myth, but a reality am woman may find it in perfe ct functional health. Women who ant to grow ed i gracefully should guard against all organic weakness alMi 'derangements, and at the irst symptom of su conditions resort in Lvdia E. Pinkham vegetable Compound, nature's own root and herb rc-edy, to restore health, generations woanen of have depended upon this ful remedy and havie found her medicine to equal i it.

For ic FOR SHERIFF. hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of sheriff 0j DeKain. county, sunjict to the Republican primaries. Your ntip-port will be heartily appreciated. 112tf.

-''FRANK RIDDELL. Mhe Uepuobcan primaries, Septem- 225tf W. W. COULTAS. FOR RENT.

Ten acres of" choice land Jus' inside city limits. Good eorefortafi'e modern home. Cots of fruit. Inquire of W.S.Prowrt. First National Bank Room 7.

12 EVENTS Tonight. i Neighborhood committee Armory hall. Dr. Hugh BirkJiead I in address. IJK-Kalh County Medical association.

Normal sekool. Friday. -Cadet ball, Armory halL Grant. 1'roKram, Normal auditorium. 1 i Saturday, April 27.

Posl-Kasier sHle, Su Mary's Denev-olent assocdation. Fahlnnd crave a splendid talk on the Lutheran conference which he af- tended in Chicago la week. Re- ireshrnftntrt and sociability followed 'the. program, j' Mr. and "Mrs.

Albert Allen of Hyron -atftiounoe the Mil of a smalt who will "liear the name Robert Jack. Ttte 'mother will be renvjmbeied as Misj Gladys tia'tes, daughter of Post mas! or and Mrs. runes of Round Grove, ill. TiiA family is well known here jihrotiKh vi.lts to the Ryron How- land home and with other relatives. Air, and Stanley" Rose (Alf Id announce the birth lit i fer daughter came to them hi hiKt jevojilng.

The little Kid I ir ciiild ln the family and Irene i iiiffnihi-; by ln friend Miss ol I'eiituy Ivania who has been spend iio-fTlie' past week with the formers jpnrehts in Syjumore left oiltlie: staiesf tf) encase in work Sep; l' Mrs J.u ies Imd as her attests t'inie v. 'hiunday. Mrs. K. Agnew of Macbon, Miss Avs art Walter a-mi ir.

a ltd Mrs. J. O. -Agiiew. Simpi city the keynote at the today of Georte S.

Quinn, Mr. and Michael of Uuinn rlt of CiaVe, and Miss Mar-L. Fobr, only -daughter of Mrs. L. d.

Fobr. Father A. Solon read nuptial bieh mass St. -Mury's church "at eight o'clock in the presence. t)f the relatives.

Mrs. Robert Mc Crnu yk jir.esided at the orsart. The briiie wore" her going-away costume, blue suit with pray trimmings blouses' and shoes in the gray haaes. hat was Or gray eorjeette. The bouquet was ct bride's roses.

The only atiendants re the bnae aunt, iwjss Aai- uurej, Malrer, who wore a brown ding lreaklast was served to tfet ntar relatives at the Fohr Thonie. T.Ol Sou'h First street. Pink and white' sweet peas jnade i a cent marking tor the table a nr. the 'nt nu A con eratulatory-lettt troia lie brideV brother, Charles Fhr, who js stationed at Camp Green. North Caro Una, arr.ved this Mr.

and (uinn departed' on- a shor. iweuumg trip ami win reiurn nere Sundav even in probably. They 11 go rfierward to home in Clare, which is completely ready. for thenil 'Jiunr lovely gifts were i be briiie ttulay by admiring friend-and relatives. Mrs.

Quinn attend e'd 'High and completed bj-itiess. course at Metropolitan col lege Aurora. She has been foi years with the -Melville I i-iaim coiiiihiii ui in -i Clark Qv. nil is a high scheo' -raciuate and since haw, beeh en gare-d in iarmiim near Sycamore Mei'ib'-rs of prominent fa'mt'ie, tlie lmnbi'i'h en inore tyi tile two today an oidinary jnterert. is p.

Plans were ciiscuss.ed for the dis-t rid i ntion or Home Mis-i iun society if c-burde: which in "May. over the sevw in of Red Cross bandars yesterday afternoon vA the home of Mrs. August Larson- Helen. oil played several piano. number and a re ading whicli th Uests enjoyed.

Ret rejsiimen were served by Mrs. Wesley Moses Mrs. Ed Litrson and Mrs. J. Reese.

-l t-. 4 4' Sawyer and Miss Esthel licensed So wed this afternoon in C'nieago. Friend? here were greatly surprised at lie announcenit-nt this afternoon James' Sawyer, "a brother of the groom Was married a few week: ago. Scores of of the young peopie will be interested in the an nouncenieiit which came late this afternoon; Today, in Wheaton. at the par sonase- Rev.

C. Holt occurred the marriage' of Frank VV. Riddel! Land Miss Zada daughter oi George Witter of Uelvidere. While intimate friends knew of the ap pro'tching marriage of tha two. the announc-ement comes, as a surprise to PeKalb folk conerally.

ydr. and Mrs. nidtleU a short wedding trip and will return here to make their home at First and Franklin- streets. The bride in. to days- wedding Known 10 her of local beonle.

She was a dent of Delvaib for some months, aftd is esteemed by everyone who knows her. His position as chief of police has made I'rank Rlddell well known throughout tbis vicinity. and he his become better known since announcing his candidacy for He is popular, an all round i good fellow, and a member of onej ilil of DcKalbs oldest- iarames. received his education In the lij scoools here and has always been or to in til 1io-i i i i tf rtl I i 1 i i It i t'JTfJ live um am irca.une rful antiseptic and tlied immediatelv to ind to catv It is, L', i 1 In bi a rii fI r- int-2iiU. JjfcMlfiscJ i I lit i juickly drives inn i 'J mat ion iwi iii.

on ctrts. burns, lines nr. i reliable, too, tor A I cold sores, ii Ii I I ma toothache. Get it from dm err If not satii'jei get your'niopc- Ever headache? Jtsst-tr Whips, jdeasaiu hi' cents. Guaranteed.

-si I lor This Week, Commencing Tuesday April 1 I i i 1 li.liiWot -114 i pi.4 V't A I yX tl 10 barslAmerican Family 10 bars Galvanic Soap 'i 1 i 10 bars Ocean Pearl 10 bars Santa Claurl i JW Three cans 3.eeri JOeanser. 11c ()ur boys a-t on the 'fjh ar. M' 1 1 stream beijin piling up.around him. p0R COUNTY SUPERIN- a lt Cross nam, quickly TEN DENT OF SCHOOLS. iited him to his feet, e-omfortedj eerebv announce mvseir a and planed-him on his war ate or re-election to the office asain.

Soon they were shelter of County -superintendent of and being given the best foou they to the decision of own cii trit; is t- tithe b-xiv Old Dutch Gleanserj II is J- A Savings Bank Free with every threes cans. had had since 1I4. Then followed he bathy and medical examination, and off to bed in clean "nighties" tun ti-, i visiis there, relates a ii tv i i which 'hhe had with i. waitress in a wayside hotel: The town we averred. I be?" re- lortc d.

have lost. so How men ar we ha gone to "Kverv jorx- tuitler fort-five. Five 4 i id out oi a popuia oi tin'h'irn iitindreci." V'. iiaused niomcni. se.

Aiei i rii al to tro but we -1 ed liuormat tunc "There wenj. rortv lsilb aaii ti wouiiil'd tlnT l'ir-t year. 1 oon i tile tlillabe- be aliot ii ''Will there ever be aliot br Pas snai I'lav?" "iii '-v ean I Some of tite musicians liavc lost an nr tiiio oiiiers are ui'iiii. ad. Hie town no iotv'er has ur.y 'e pn back our chairs and o-ir ii'to the vobl.

stinshuie. )l like and ii tibo'lt. iiie- s'leCts. It fi nlnvt- a piavue -eii-d. Vv has a ui -3'iter Oberatiinif rgau.

Slil il ii cas i 1 1C, l.w at. its i i piivMi-al welfare, love if nuljiie 2iti l'e- toiftli of little r-on of an 1 W'-. is to he givesi his li'lle -t. Tin' most ill', i trv- vali le the r'on to hue of a L'wtiT'y ii four years, ago. i ntrast Wit ii today.

()n trait tree's the leaves Mid it' Was V.Tl' were wa nil loom. us tl tree to A -today had an btter from her broth-Jones, of Colorado. It L' ei Coforadians are. the' v. ar.

for thai four pounds of i to sale, 1 a red a ii i CT, tin ii for the; Cros-. a 'farmer -the iit 'erf his letter. inciT o-chestra sponsored r-u'y for th Marriel Y. hall. The affair a-- luts he-tm the sfe- tit Man ied Peopl 1 i i 1.

Mrs. Percy-- Lattir. iiucei'ihe i'drmer of Camp on. Texas, have been Myi I a s. Mrs I the homer, of his -tiwtherr Lattir.

Mr. Lattin left t-ye. terday tor Lo.fpn. He 'married to Miss Rnce in Chi- g. i -f Music by a quartette composed of Mrs.

E. J. Sanson, Miss He-Ufna Harry rrtd Elvin Jtarlsoa was one of the pleasing features of the -meeting of the Men's club at the Fir.t Lutheran ii I i 1 M- i ill ii i I i. Four small Dundee Milk Two tall Dundee milk Two cans Crescent Com v. Two cans Van Camp Tomato Soup 30-40 size Prunes, extra large, per pound 17c 40-50 size Prunes, per lb.

15c 50-GO Piunes, two lbs. for Fancy dried Peaches, per lb. 15c Fancy dried Pears, per lb. Dry Yellow Soup Peas, two pounds for Scotch Green Peas, per lb. Fancy Swedish Brown "Beans, per pound 15c Clover brand Seeded Raisins, 15 ozs.

for Sunkist brand Raisins, nkg. 10 bri Dob Wliite Soap 49c Iheese for this sale 4 are br i ft-l tired, si: breatfl is on the face Tiize the dai health by Buch as Dr. i i The i r- be kept in in" -r i eJicu'I r. h-i i nuvdiiierv i t' inohilt or n. nd to dreams or somethinc the Bodies.

In a day or so-they FOR SHERIFF. erf t-r different towns wsh to announce to the voters in France wh the sound of can- of 1eKall county that I am a cannon and the sialic of didate for tho ofrice of COUnty would tf rn.y thorn, and lf subJect to the Republican prl-where they can educated and niarje8 'grow up to be the hope of the coun-1 FMERSOX ANDRPAVS. 78tf Sycamore. Ill Mmmqth Toilet Full Cri'ani only, in bulkj Three rbnsj ParxirjfCTO One lotlof it A full line have Seled i i Brqomsi at s. 67c do ni ha- a breath lee: i 1 n'k I ii bad, yi i toe I-mm I "Why do they make such heavy slothes for the IJe-lgians and th-j asks a woman who has been working on the garments.

Because they won't wear so readily. When clothes art; r-c-irce as jof Garden Seeds. We machinery tu Jr. Pierce if; Peas and Seed Beans 1 I Leon known nr iu are o. 1 One lot bf Onion ets, yellow and and coated wnb sie are.1 and t'liic tlicm at any dru twonty-live n.

A Pleasant Pel-i 'ami ed, per quart Willard BaUerlcs and Willsrd Service are the winning team in the Starling and Lighting League Little Ampere. We deliter knjf sized order for 5c jit TPW. 'I obt i) ildi I For '-M iaiuli CALL Long Drive. i is 7 TTO MUM! 1 mm cki AUCHER MITCHEtX Specialists In Electrical Troubles Opposite City Hall Telephones 18 and i.

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