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The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois • Page 8

The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois • Page 8

De Kalb, Illinois
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i i Aboi It re .8 01). 1 i 4 jkMS --iMi a4 rW The man too poor or too mean lot the Salvation Army to hrlp ha prul-uMy not yet Wn born. In there any where a man to poor or tJ mean to help the army in its approwchiiirr' Harvest Fihti-valt What Harvest Festival? A ttt'ivM of universal thanksgiving among itolvatiouiata and their friends in gratitude to Uixl for his goodness in providing for their temporal and spiritual neds. (iirtat of any kind will be called for. Capt.

Hnd Sirs. Donaldson, G2tf First fit a man wcai-3 doea not rnnko Mm butt creates a mijjhty BIG IMPRESSION Our diamonds can bo bought on easy terms. Its up to you; what terms do you want. Comploto stock of jcwelery, silver-wear etc. Call and bo convinced.

"Sir little daughter Ii-ft tLii Jaortiing lUttlo Crcf where her husband been taking treatment for soiuh tinip. John O. Lundlerj Is in Cl.ii-.ig.) to-day on busines. Sirs. P.

Coum-lly is upending a wwk with Chicago friends. Mr. T. Boyle came out Hunday- to to the city today. Sir, Clifw Hunter who has Ixeu visit HETiEER 3lis.

Cook weul to Chicago day to spend a few days with her daughter (rale, who taking treatment at the Rest Cure. ing the Hunter families since July SPECIAL 50 PaifS ladies shoes worth $2.5.0 to $3.00, txlus and ends of our shoe stock, choice for. SCK New Dress Goods Every day something1 Stylish suitings 40' to 50 in, wide hrnndr1ntbjt-Jiiolige-eolienes, mohairs, in all, latest colors, 50, 75c. l.25fa.50. for New chiffon taffetas, plaids, plain taffqtaspcau de soies, 20 to 36 in.

wide, at $1.00, $1,25. Petticoat Specials Fine black merceTued $1-00 Stylish silk finished skirts'. 25 Illk. silk taffeta Dealers in Dry Goods and Shoes. 153 Main Street.

odmM EuilJin? very choice line of Outing fianiipl, fn regular liiic yd Oar fall and winter" flannelette wrappers QQp are now in, large assortment toseleet from tVvJU Ladies Dressing Saeques made of fine AQn flanneletts and saqquing up from Misses aiid Childrens caps for Autumn A Qp and Winter, everybody asks 75c our price jZJ A complete line of flannelette suitable for 1 fn dresses or waists, yd 15c, 12ic and XvU Special f2.00 reversible rugs size Ct1 A 3()xG0 come in several patterns at V--e Urtwl fur ma-home in Phoenix," Ari- swna. Mr. and Sirs. Doudel, of Audrew, Iowa, camo ye bterday to vlit her parent Sir. and Mrs.

C. Palmer on South Int. strcft. Slit Bt'rtha West who lit visiting In Rochelle wan guest of honor Saturday evening at the hmiw SkaJ, to iiwn nllt'iunn mi lailliU K'lng ratcrtaineil. Sirs.

Slonroe of Slalta vMteil at th lwuie of Sir. anil Sirs. Onks yeoter day ami p'lH'nt toluy with Jtr. ami Sirs. John New-thata.

Sirs, Icavt-s the l.ith of Ot-toK-r fr to make her future homo. Sir. and Mm, Barker of cousins Cf Z. Oaks ht tlicir Mmi5 la-nt night which was struck by lixhthitig, duriug tha h-rrifiic tonu. eit cows were rviuovod witliuat thitunjjo bnt everything eiso burned Very light Insurance.

The Seiui-Weekly Chronicle for the next tliree months will have a gmtran-teel circulatioa to regular suWribers of more than 3,000 conies each issue and will be the best medium for reaching the territory tributary to DeKalb, ever offered tq the bnsinesg interest of DeKalb County. arc marked with the idea of giv i vg you your money's worth There's always some special at traction here cither cut prices Mr. Terry returned Saturday from a viit with relatives and friends In Minnesota. He was very much pleased with that Amoiiif the Chicago marriage licences pnblwhed this morning is Frank Fuller and Amelia Renwick, both of Mrs. A W.

Safford of i Chicago is a guest of Sir, an'l Sirs. IrvAtig Burr. SPECIAL OFFER To Chronicle Subscribers. By special arrangement the Chronic-la is enabled to give its snW-riU-rs Beautiful Portraits nt a great reduction in price for the next few weeks. New and old snbscritwr share-alike in thia offer.

Every fcubseriber to The Chronicle may take advantage of these prices. India Ink Portraits, three-fourths life size, 10i20 inches, will be furnbdied for $1.43. Pastel or Sepia Portraits, three-fourth life size, 16x20 inches, will be furnished for $2 A. All portraits are skillfully executed, hand finished and guaranteed to be perfect productions of the originals and equal in every respect to the sample shown. Pay no money for portraits until delivery and acceptance of work by you.

Mr. A E. Hoover a special represeh tativeof the Chronicle will call on yon soon taking these orders. Keep your work for him. He will give a special printed receipt for this paper.

No frames accompany the portraits bnt can be obtained at reduced prices when the portraits are delivered. These special low prices for portraits are iu addition to the regular subscrip or exclusive goods usually both A call from you to look brer my goods would be appreciated. We call your special attention to our Misses and Childrens Goaks, Comforts and. Underwear departments D. LINDGLTJIST Glidden House Block The Jeweler.

DeKalb is Growing Fast PURE ICE ORE AM Delivered to any part of the city. Brick Creams, Sherbets and Ices made to order. Special attention, given Church and Party Orders. rv Likewise our busines. Did you know that a very large percentage of the lumber in the new house3 in DeKalb Delegates.

The following delegates were notui nated jiffhe Repabitcan caucus yefiter-day to the Judicial convention to be held at Geneva, Illinois, on Saturday, Oct 1st for the purpose of electing a successor to Jndge Brown. W. Poni J. -E. Slatteson, A.

Kennedy, II. W. Prentice. A. W.

Fik. J. S. Orr, J. It LewU, C.

E. Bradt, O. 8. aeasbro, V. A.

Glidden, SI. h. OLn, IL Rotert, C. A. CLas (riul-r, Frank (i.

AiiT'tv-tJt o. Terwillig-r, C. II. Salibury, SI our city is from our OE ALB DRY CO. Large Stock of First Class Lumber tion price of The Chronicle and can On sale at'Frank Flushe's and F.

Titman's. I only l. secured by becoming a sub-iriUr. The-e pictures are the finest sped County Phore No 4G Bell Phone Hunt, S. P.

Dra.L.haw, G. I. TalUit We aho furnish the lumber In the New Piano Factory mens have ever seen, and could not Judson Urcnnor, S. Archrr, J. S.

Juo. Newsham, E. IL Hunt, John Lattwr and 3. J. Kinsley.

lie purchased elsewhere for lew than to 1 10. re To the wise buyer this is evidence that we are Only by special arrangements with NIAGARA FALLS the artists have these low terms been secured, and sulwriU-rs, either old or ONE HOD OF COAL certainly headquarters for Good Building Material new, got the benefit The agents will At the lowest market prices. We are sure we can please you as we have pleased in the past. Let us call on you in a few days. Chronicle Hall Program, October-Oct.

11-The Hooaier GirL figure with you for your new home. Mother Embree. 0PP0RTUNITH3 Good openings for all lines of buai Niagara is too sublime a subject for minute description. The mighty overflow of lakes Snperior, Huron, Michigan, and Erie here makes a leap pf 107 feet, magnificent In volume, dazzling in radiance, stupendous in breadth and awe-inspiring in its ceaseless roar. Of aU word-painting of this scene which man has ever tried, 'nothing surpasses these appropriate lines of Charles "It was not tUl I came to Table Rock and looked great heavene-on what a fall of bright gran water, that it all flashed noon me in fta mlpfit and miw ness and trade in new towns.

Large territory thickly settled. Address ll will run this stove for 24. hours, bums soft as well as hard coal. Economical and a fine heater. Full line at Sheets Knodle.

Edwin B. Magill, Townsite De partment, Chicago Great Western Railway, Ft Dodge, la. 83d3twDec3 Special Homeseeker's Excursions To Nebraska, Kansas, Wyoming and 0 the Black Hills, Friday, September 30. 1 fil jesty. Then when I felt how near to my Creator 1 was standing, the first effect, and the enduring one instant and lasting ofthe tremendous spectacle was Via the North-Western line.

Round trip excursion tickets wiU be sold at very low rates with favorable return limits. For farther information and a Id reace peace of minl, tranquility, calm recollection of the dead, great thoughts of eternal rest and happiness, nothing tickets apply to agents Chicago North Western R'y. rl The Deans, greatest clairvoyants and palmists will give readings all next slii CnotlfeGo. week, commencing Slonday. Clairvoy ance Mc; Pab.uitry 2e.

The Spot ofglooni or terror. Niagara wa a once stamped upon my heart, an image of beauty; to remain there, charfgidnsa and indelible, nntil its pulses ct-a-e to beat forever. I think in every quiet season now, stiU do those waters roll and leap, and roar and tumble, all day kng; still are the rainbows spanning them, a hundred fef-t llow. Still, when the sun is on them do they hha and Store under Y. M.

A. d3t For Sale -Cook stove in good condl tion. Chronicle office, d2t Prof, and Mrs. Sweet will have charge Wantwl-Girl for general housework. glow like molton gold.

Still, when tin- Sirs. Geo, Thompnon, 157 Augusta avenue. dtf of the DeKalb Class and in addition to the day ia gloomy, do theya fall like snow or seem to crumble away like the front of a great chalk cliff, or roll down the OLD RYE regular class instruction, the Children's rock like den white smoke. But always dor the mighty stream appear to For Rent Furnwhed or nnfurnifhed room. Inquire here.

House for rent, on Slain near Seventh. Inquire 712 East Main St, dtf die as it comes down, and always from its unfathomable grave arises' that tre mendous ghost of epray and mist, which is never laid; which has haunted thtrpfcwe with- the wtns tfrenl jK len Wanted Carjenters and painters to work iAexchangofpr dress Henry A. Slilier the Schiller, Piano Aurora, ILL d3t Rooms To rent, one block from the Chronicle OSIce. 29dtf lnderoof Kye and a bottle of any other whiskey is very slight when you consider the real value to be ob ity niuce darkness Wooded on thfl deep and that first flood before the Deluge Light-came rnshingon Creation at the word of God." Kirmes and the German each month which are Free, will be i well worth the cost ofthe class. Private Lessons on application.

The register for the Fall and Winter Classes is now open at the Chronicle Office. References Required. Usual Prices. tained. Old tlnderoof Rye possesses merits as a stimulant which are wanting in any other whiskey.

ure old and delicious. If yon are the in market for Canning What about thene plants and bulbs. It is time to cpeak now. peaches and pears, call at Bitrb City Grocery Co. for prices tomorrow, dtf CHAS.

DENNEHY CO. For Rent Two or three rooms for I'ght housekeeping furnace heat. Ed For Bent Seven room house, modern improvements. Inquire 104 Prospect St dtf A woman's never to old to be handsome, never too old to 1 young again. If fche takes Rocky Mountain tea.

ward Johnson, over First National Bank. dtf Dr. Sal Hr.aad, Chiropodist, 117 7estllaia Street. dtf Go to the Chronicle for Job Work Dririgs bright eyes.ropy cheeks gtxnl I health. 33 cents tea or tablets.

C. For Bale-Ice box. Inquire J'rs. E. L.

Garner, Dnimm. dlt.

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