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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
HJrMB partners' hi bush.. £'* Beano Ilro 3 . &amp; Lincoln, v,. D,M,i Kb?' I attachment. . "-ijj. 1 Notice is hereby given to the said UiMj n ft" 5 1 ", 1 . " J rit jt atUchmcnt Issuc-d out "• of the McLean count* ,! wu*i un liiu i;uvh any of May, A J) if&gt;ii ' ■iralnst the estate of the said Daud LarttT'i 'f a demand o! eighty-tour dollars and siVt\ f cents, and that the abo\e entitled sun 1, ponding in said court. Xow, unless «, ,'i •aid David Barclay, &gt;h&gt;U personally be" alul .. pear before Bald court on the first tL\ /' i next term thereof, to be holdcn at the ',„,,' house in Bloomington, on the sctond Mondii September, A. I). 1102, 'and cho bail „? ~. or otherwise anrocr herein judgmmt «ni i entered against you and the cklate jtudjcl ti be sold. Dated at Uloomington, tin* 20th da\ oi \t j a u. iooi. j. a. l-lukb. cm J ny W. C. ELDER, Deputy. '" lIENRV 11. fcl'EXCi:it, Plaint iff'*- .Utorim EXECUTORS' NOTICE-Notiee 1* ciruT fined upon tbe'...
THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
THE CITY. —Straw hats at Klopp's.-' .'■• • —Sweet cream and milk ot,Ko«llgcr's. —Prosh eggs. , HOBBS &amp; BEAM. —Dressed poultry. HOBBS &amp; BEAM., —Country butter toe. HOBBS &amp; BEAM. —Creamery butterlne. HOBBS &amp;. BEAM. —Dressed chickens. * GRAY BROS. —Free flowers today at Phllloß' Candy Kitchen. • —Anything lu vegetables at Traeger &amp; Qlluiore's. , , —Cooked smoked pork loins and boiled ham at Roedlger'a, , —Conrod's coffee Is the best In town, at Traeger &amp; Gilmore's. . * —Have you seen the electric fountain at Phlllos' Candy Kltctieu? —Leave your orders (or pure Jersey Ice cream at Klelnau's, 'phone 13S. —Special price on • bananas for Saturday at Klelnau's, west side of square. •- —Boiling beef, 4e to 6c. HOBBS &amp; BEAM. —Ask for our 'Ambrosia coffee cakes, a food fit for the gods. GRAY BROS. —Fresh chocolates, Allegiettls, Lyons', Lowney's, at Klelnau's, west side of squat e. —Trade whore you get green st...
Don't Use a Red Hot Stove [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Don't Use a Red Hot Stove —When you can get a gas, range that will cook, bake, boll, broil, roast, toast, simmer, stew, pouch or try anything and at the same time keep you cool and make, your kitchen comfortable. fl4 will purchase one of the late improved gas ranges, all connected. If you prefer, we will sell it on easy payments. Come and see us.' UNION OAS AND ELECTRIC CO., 113 East Front street.
New Fountain at the Candy Kitchen. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
New Fountain at the Candy Kitchen. —Mr. C. D. Phillos, of the Candy Kitchen at 108 North Center, has Just placed In 'his establishment ono ot the handsomes.t soda tountains ever seen. It is a large apparatus, built of Mexican onyx and the wood work is all white enamel. To add to its attractiveness mony electric lights are usod and the offect Is very pretty, especially when it Is lighted. The interior of the Candy Kitchen has been reilnished, too, and is veiy attractive. Mr. Phillos fully understands tho business of soda and" candy making and is now in a position to servo tho beat of everything.
Commencement Concert [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Commencement Concert —ot College of Music at Aralo chapel this evening. The public is cordially Invited; Herold Overture to Zampa Misses Pond.i Crlhileld, Carey and-Cooper. Houser Nocturne In G Walter Behr. Karganoff Valso Caprice Alma Whltcomh. - Denza Nocturne Mrs. Skinner and Miss Baldwin. Mendelssohn.Cappriccio Brllliante Op. 22 ..First Movement of Concerta Op. 70 Miss Lois A. Pitman. De Beriot ...'. Scene de Ballet Poter Somers. Gottschalk Trembolo Etude Laura Rlnobnrt. Gregh Havancse Song Edna McFudden. Rubinstein Piano—Miss Bernlce Bright. Orchestral parts on socond piano—Miss Katherlne Evans. Mendelssohn . .v-. •, Harry nurke, Beethoven Sonata Op. 31 No, Musetla Markland. ' Mascheionl The Land of Yesterday Miss Jessie Bennett. Hummel Scherio from Septett, Op. 74 Piano part—Miss Oram Mahau. Orchestral parts 'on second piano—Miss Loran Drake. i De Beriot sixth Air Vnrioi Andante. Allcgio molto e vivace Cecil Burleigh. ' Moszkowskl Polonaise Lela Smith. Dcllbcs Guldo On pisses ...
LIBRARY AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
LIBRARY AFFAIRS. To Bo Ilc!%ie»»il nt Annual ,llei&lt;H»ir of Hoard of nlrentorn Tonight—Past Yenr a Prosperous Our. —Tho annual meeting of the board of dlrcctois of tho Withers public library will bo held this evonlug, when the past' yenr in the library will be rovlowed and plans for the coming year discussed. The annual report of the librarian, Miss Nellie Pnrham, and of the ofllcers of the board will bo mado. Thcbo will givo at&gt;ummary. of the work of the libiary for tho pas't twelve months, which has been one of tho most prospoious periods in the institution's history. ,The total circulation of tho year reached "T.OOO volumes, which Is a higher flguie than evor before atialned.