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Didn't Marry for Money. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Didn't Marry for Money. The Boston man who lately married a sickly rich young woman. Is happy now, for ho got Dr. King's New Lire Pills, which restored her to perfect health. Infallible for Jaundice, Biliousness, Malaria, Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stotnach troubles. Gentle but effective. Only 25c at \V. W. Marmon's and A. E. Stout'e, Normal, drug stores.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE LAST DRILL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

THE LAST DRILL. Forester* „f jj. W. -t. Cu,,,,, •,„, , H l Went Through final Drill lieroro startlim for st. I'uui, '—The team of Forostois of M. W. A. camp, No UO. gave lib final drill befoie eoine to St. Paul. i„st n | K ht at the old armory- Uieiy niemboi of the team war out and Chief Potest or 11. A. Walts i.ut the men through the woik In first class shape. Mr. Waltz had good material foi a medal Binning team when he suited to dillling them, and during the past few months the} blue (lit eloped wonderfull). It the boys fiom Blooiulngton do not win the grand pi lie In the competition at the mooting of the head lamp, Al w. A , they will make some othoi team hustle and do some line .work hefoie winning.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
APPOINTED MAJOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

APPOINTED MAJOR. Chief Foi ester Wnltz has been appointed major at Cnmp Northcott, where thu several thousand Foiosteis will be jumped. He will hive charge of four teams, lie has asked that the teams aislgned to him be the Bloomliißlun, Peoiin, Uec.itiir and Pontine teams, but whcthei ho gets tin assignment ho wishes or not is not vU known. Tho Foresters will be divided into li'iitalloiis, icglmetits and bilgndes at St. Paul.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CAMP DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

CAMP DUTY. Tho roiesters fiom all ovei the cumnr.. will be camped at the old base ball p.i.k, Just east of Lexington n\untie. This will be kuuwn as Camp Northcott, In bonui of the head man of thu M. W. A. Gun J. n Liggett, of lies Moines, In., will he In command of the camp and Lieut. Col. Anderson, of Uockford, will be tiuaricnnnstui The foiestuis are all rcuuiied to lupori ni Camp Northcott next Tuesday morning when the camp will be put under inllliiii} discipline There will be battalion, toglinuntnl and hrlgado drills at Camp Noithcott at frequent Intervals dining the encampment. The team from No. 110, o! I his city, will nrrhe In St. l'aul Sundav night, and will spend the night In theli special ear. Monday morning lliuy will go at once to Camp Northcott, select their cnmpiiig plaeu and get everything nil tinged, when they will be dismissed to view the town, but must all be back In camp that evening and be ready to report Tuesday morning. Mr. liort Trimmer, qu.utetmasier seigeant...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE PRIZE DRILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

THE PRIZE DRILLS. The pil/e drills will commence Wednesday and continue until nil the teams lm\e shown what they can do. Theiu Is an elaborate sybtem for hcoring the contestants and thieo men will do Ihe Judging. These prUe contests will take place at Urn state fair grounds. The Uluomtngton men will make a veiy pretty appeal ance. Last night at the final dill) the> appealed In full regulation unlfoim. These uniforms consist of gieen cont.i, "trousers and caps \»lth red trimmings, and gold bands on the caps. They worn black legging and cuiry aluminum axes stamped M. W. A. There has been a rumor clreiiinled in this city that this team of forcstois would bo disbanded as toon they returned from St. l'aul. Tho Pantagiaph Is asked to state this report it absolutely false, ns e\cry member of the tenm has signified his intention or remaining In the team until the Hrst of nevt year.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THOSE WHO WILL GO. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

THOSE WHO WILL GO. As has been picvlonsly Btntvil tin- forests! s' toam will consist of twenty mumbuis. Slxtaon men besides iho chief forester, will tnkcj pint In thu drill, and theio will be three substitutes in case something should prevent any of the regular team, fiom drilling. Those composing the foresters of this camp nio Chief Foi ester H. A. Walts', Foresters B. W. Lucas, Hugh Lucas, Charles Lucas, Otto llankey, Burt Bilcltey, J. J. Murphy, C. A. Tuvenor, George Schaeffer, Uoy Gnbbert, Flank Shannon, Louis Drybrcad, George Peters, Rdwaid Schaum, Chailes Hoetlles, Dcrt Tilramei, Chailes Follow, Emmott Johnson, Harry Falkonroth and A. 13. Slode. In addition to tlilb thu following have signified thefr intention of going to attend tho meeting- Mr. and Mrs William Schmidt, Mr. and Mis. Marshall Glay, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. llassler, Messrs. Sew aid, Volt, Joseph Means, Pearl Scott George Pe>ton, Gus Andeison and slster-in-lnw, of this city, Fied Downs, of Wilcox and probab...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A Trip to Kansas. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

A Trip to Kansas. —Mr. John McConnoll of Leroy baa written to the Pantagraph an entertaining story of a tilp which he recently took to Kansas. In the course of his Journoy he was entertained by A. C. McCoy, near Longfellow, Kat>. Mr. McConnoll says: "During my stay at McCoj's, his ilock of sbeep weio shorn, consisting of sev-outy-flvo owes, by one man In one dav and so\en hours. The flock Is very high giade Shropshire, or possibly full-blood. The fleeces average VM pounds. Mr. McCoy has an annual piollt of $5OO from the (lock. The finest wheat 1 saw was also on the farm, it was Immense—some ninety acies of It. I ghc tho statement to show the possibilities of forming huie when judicious!} handled. On Saturday, together with McCoy, Drousen nnd a Nobraskan.we pulled out for XeJiema county, equipped with a matched span of roadster b, eurliage, feed, luncheon, etc., with tile intention of camping at noonday. ' which we accordingly did, and after taking a good nooning continued...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. tlnw Order Wlilnli Wim Keounllj Katnullslieit Item Originated ami Its Womlciful Orow tli. —The lecent installing or a nourishing council ot the ICnlghts of Columbus tit this city lends local Interot to tho hiatoiy of a secret older which Is among the soungcsi in the land, but which has had a remarkable pi ogress Few episodes, in the bl3tory of Catholicity in this country have been moro leinurkable than the phuiiomenal giowth of the great fiateiual order known at tho Knights of Columbus. Tho founder of the older had the practical sagacity to Bee that a need c.\!sted and to dovlao a system ndniluibl} adapted to meet that need. Tho older of the K. C. la not Intended e\cluslvely lot any one nationality of catholics. One of lis ninlii alms la to weld Catholics Irrespective of nalioiialitj, inlo one gieat oigHiilratlon which shall Uo able to speak lor Hie embolic community when the occasion ailses. i Hev. Michael Joseph McOlvney, founder of tho oidci, wns born at Wnte...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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A Long Trip. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

A Long Trip. —The Dloomlnglon base ball team will pass thiough this city at C:SO this morning, on loute to Cedar llnplds, whore, they stait on a sorie3 of three games each with the teams In tho northern circuit. Mr. Gus Zler will Join tho team at the depot, and accompany Ihem on tho trip. They will urilvo at Cedar Haplds tonight, having spent an entire day on the road. They uiu due to play twelve games In the north, unless tho Davenport aeries is tiansfeired to this city during the Jublloe-Cainival week.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FARM AND STOCK NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

FARM AND STOCK NOTES —Tho Continental Packing houao of Bloomlngton )rilled,l3,loB hogs during tho inontli of May. —Of Mi) good healthy cabbage plants sot out by .1. V. Solin of Saybrook tho cut worm killed 138. —A full crop of fruit, except apricots, and raspberries, la promised in Kansas, according to olliclnl returns. —Mr. T. F. B. Sotham, Cntllicotho. Mo., has purchased tho entire Horoford hord of Moffatt Bros., Paw Paw, 111., consisting of 00 head. . ' —Sir. B. Sullivan, of Chicago, has recently refused the offer of $lO,OOO from a syndicate of Canadian horsemen far Major Muscovite, 2:07%. —ln tho Martin Klinn Short-horn sale at Dob Moines, la., 41 females sold for SK»2S, an average of $310.20; 7 bulls sold for f 1,1)15, an a\eiago of $170.10; IS head sold for $15,:i!)0, an average 6t {.'120. —John H. Gather, statistician of tho department of agriculture, recently stated that the use of oleomargarine is lucrcasing all over the country and the Increase Is not confined to the worki...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
COAL AND SALT FOR SWINE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

COAL AND SALT FOR SWINE. —Mri,. Llrrie Holder)!', of McLean, county In Breeders' Clnzette:—Too much soft coal and salt is Injurious to swine; it mnkos bone weakness. It Is like feeding sulphur when tire animal gets wet; they show lameness right away. Burnt coal ashes are better than the coal Itselr. A little once In a while Is all right. Too much salt will hurt tho swlrre also, ns it makes rite entrails rotten. As one can see this when a hog is slaughtered. When so many whlra spots uppenr on the entrails too much =alt Is to blame. Always when you salt the hogs srlr It in tho slop. Wood ashes are excellnt for swlue Always keej) some before thertr. Moro swine die from improper feeding than disease. '

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
NOW WE'RE AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

NOW WE'RE AHEAD. Itlmmiiiii-toii wins 'lhiril .if Surlca at u«clllui—l.nml M<m Pri'ii-iit With Coll), ' lint >n 'liiluti. Decatur, Juno !.—(Special.)—Tho Hloomers won hands down today, perhaps because there were llloomiiigton rooters in the grand stnnd, nomhlj Tieasuroi Chan. Miller. Sherman Wright, Hoy Winner, Peter Pierson, Judy Jones, William Peeler and Editor Ilialey, and they had coin plenty to hack their claims Blsev said two thousand plunks, but only two hundred found takers. McGrecvy was uiedltod with having ilft> up The score was two to two In iho third, when there whb a big row over a close declslou b> Vorlu at thin! when ho called Connolly safe. Everybody came Into the diamond. Hot words, wild gustlcitlatlons and >ulllng ended In McUroovy loeelvlng a Hue and being put out of the game. MeCaffoity took his place and then llloomiiigton began to hit tho ball, placing It Mile)} nomlv evety whack. Clsey's stick work wbb thu...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BLOOMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

BLOOMINGTON. Quiglia, 21> 1 1! |1 7 u Kinloek, c. I j •• i) I i 'Hamilton, r. f l 2 i o t) IVtmu',, J. I i 12 0 0 l.l«}. U 2 3 II "0 0 K'nir, ss 0 0 0 1 t Hum 11. 31l 0 0 2 1 0 '''•lt, e o i b i o Mclirecv}, p o l) I) 1 0 McCufforty, p o o 0 ft 0 1»l»l 6 11 27 17 5

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DECATUR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

DECATUR. It. 11. O. A. i:. MtGrcvv. ks ,t » a 'A :t Hinliwr, lb to ii do I'"", I. f (i <■ i o a llolhns. e o li a un Ktenmn, 2b o 0 2 2 Q Connolly, c. 1...., i) 0 0 1 (1 .Vooimit, sb o I u a o Svvalm, l. f o 0 0 0 0 Homer, i i I o a o , Totnln 3 o 27 10 tl Sxoro I>> innings— 12 3 4 6 0 7/80 BiiJilur 10 1 0 a 0 0 0 I—3 iiiooiniiietoii a o o i a o 3 n •—s I'jinicil runt—lllumnuig'lui)' I. Mourn iiui—Ulso), 'J litre hiisi' ldt—l huinpson Two lium' l>lt«—llutl, QnlitlF), I'.lsct. uuulilv |)laj—Uoiuu to Kirinun to Uailger. Stunk out—II) Dollar 7, by McCttny 3, by jUCalfi rtj 2. . , i , Ufld iiiuh—Uaincr. i i Mil bj iiiiuluU biill—Kit'nmu VI), N'ootmn. ' ILisn on lulls-oir Durm.rU, oir llcCuflerty 1. Swlli u Im*'*—Hurt » Time—l 10 ' I 1 ! 1 t L'mpin—Voris ' . t I In luise running after tin- (fame for a pair of M a'tuui IktUgir and .Nkttiew tied, making thu circuit in llfinn leeonds llullinii was u competitor. ,

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AT TERRE HAUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

AT TERRE HAUTE. Tliu lunula iimilu It ihrue straight. Tho score: | , , | Torre Ilniilo 40010000 o—s B 1 lSvunsvllle 2 0000010 o—3 8 1 Robs, Sttuliu iind Stninngle; Crosby and rtoth. ; , At Hock Isl&tid —l'oatpoued; rttla. At Codar llapidu—Rain. ' I i i

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
STANDING OF THE CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

STANDING OF THE CLUBS. i i Won. Lost. I'. C. Blooraington ....20 9 .CUO Decatur 10 10 .066 •Ccilar Riiplils '. 10 12 .571 Torre Hautu 15 13 .63(1 Hock Island 13 15 • .4(i t Davenport ". 13 13 .10-1 Itoclcfortl .".". 11 ' 10' ,107 Bvausvlllo., 5 22 .186

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

J. A. BARNES rflMtminwi«{ra», J32ON. Maln-sV .N'cK ,tud,o i llloonilngton 111 <— an the Grfthnm buildlnc) ~•010 01-OSUD ON SUNDAYS , h. KERRICK, IIOOUU.OTOS.ILUI l,llEBl>KUO» .", voone rt« clt -» cl1 br *? * nd of S I. CUNNINfiHAM & CO., •■Oh Wost Monroe-st. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS I .i, All KOoa«!< lensihnn ni;enis' OfluPfilN prices. Handsome drnpeiles Hguli'" nnUlncc curtnlus. oxvrii nice . mrpnt 1 '. Scth Tborau clocks, nosers' best r S.*r»ui' parlor lumps bedroom toilet -.ots, '"lf J* wishers, Hinlos. line ulhuius ete. "■ 108 %V esi Monroc-st Osteopathy. milled properly will olttaor cure or crcntly itVj percent of cases lhat medicine will qtiU stnteniont can bo vorlfled by mv niMcnt-.. I. J. HAHTPOKD. Omcoiroih, Jeiejii'exporlonco. OHlco and residence. i "s'ortn Mai", on tour cur line, this ciu. . n 'n... Old. Mi": n«». 721. Examination lice. I. H. JOHNSON'S FIRE IHSURAISCE AGENCr. 109 East Washlngton-st. \ N. M. Campbell \ lnsurance! ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Ultra Shoes for Women.. Comfortable Prtc* - $3.50. Olforda »a.UO. ■OLD BY Schneider Shoe Co., nioomlngton, 111. £2 51 m vs & iVS^S Ctltfme won ' P rov e ,ts goodness fo* ° but eating it will. PicasO/X? ant work then, proving Cdkc ° ur productions good. v Send an order for romo of our bread, cake and pastry. Get the opfnion of tho whole family on the (juality, They will be unnuimous in declaring it the best. Lightness, crispness and wholesomelies'; are features of our productions Vi/c use the best flour and other ingredients. GRAY BROS. Front street. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Are You Perplexed in selecting a Graduating Gift? Possibly We call help you. Card Cases. Tennis Sets. . Bill Hooks Tennis Rackets. Pictures and Frames roc and 25c and up. Writing Cases. Coif Sticks. Fancy Candle Holder* and Candles from 25c up. Gold Pens. Caddy Bags. Fancy Ink Wells from 20c up. Fancy Golf Score £ Gents' and Ladies' Poc...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

THE DOCTORSi 1 ARE COMING; Three Months Sendees Will Be Given Free fe All Invalids Who Call Before July 10. « A staff cf eminent physicians and turgeons from the British 'Medical Institute' nave, at the urgent solicitation of a large number of patients under their caro in thin country, decided to establish a permanent branch of the institute in this city. A location has already been secured at Rooms ■ 217-318-219 Griesheiin building. The office will bo open an-f' ready to receive patients next Monday morning at 9 o'clock.. These eminent gentlemen have decided to give their services entirely free for three months (medicine excepted) to all invalids who call upon them for treatment between now and July in. These services consist not only of consultation, examination and' advice, but also of all minor surgical oporations >, » «. The object in pursuing this course is to become rapidly and personally acquainted with the sick and afflicted, and under no conditions will any char...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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