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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
THE CHICAGO BEACH FIFTY-FIRST BOULEVARD AND LAKE SHORE CHICAGO. 1» the ftneH summer nnd winter bobol on Urn Great 1/ikeu for futnlHo*, tourists ami troiulout cueita. 1U« nearly * 1000 foot broad \or mi flu. like tlunibu\o HulUof stoaunml pnusc*! brick, IbOlkTite rooms. Alt outside. No eourU. FumUhul tbruuutiuut tn muliociinj. 2 0 private D«th roams. Just 10 minutes by lllluoU Comrnt ilxprrss fiom tuo Ah'appltii; .mil Umntro oKtrtci or the city. Cool in ktitumar, »«ray from tuo citj'n dust nult.« aml muoUu Ooir, umiiU boaUOK, bathing atid Asblng. Sund tor litntlnotno, now, illustrated booklet. The Difference / in the 1 " Coal and wood are wasteful fuck a-id the litter they make is doubly troublesome in hot weather. Get a Wicklcss Blue l-lameOil Stove and your fuel will be the same you use in your lamps. It will cost one-half cent an hour and you will burn every cent's worth you pay for instead of throwing a third away in ashes." I Blue Flame ore as safe as coal stoves and thev are co...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
A TEXAS WONDEIL Jlall's Great Discovery. Ono small bottlo of Hall's Great Bi»covuy cures all kldi.ey , and bladder tioubles, lemines graxel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions, weak and lame backs, ibeuiiMllHm and all irregularities ol the kidneys ,md bladder In both men and women, and regulates bladder troubles ia cblldlco. If not sold by jour drugs! l ", will be sent by mall on tecclpt of $l. Ouo biuall bottle la two months' tieatment and will cure any case above mentioned. Di. K. V&gt;\ Hall, sole tnauurueturei, I'. 0. Uox 1129, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials. Sold by all diugglstb and W. \V. Marmon, Hloomlngtoji, 111. f Mattoon, 111.. May 21—This Is to certify that 1 have been cuied of kidney and bladder trouble with one bottle of the Texas Wonder, Hall's Oteat Discovery, and tan recommend It to others bufferlnt! In the bamo manner. F, M. MB.NKC
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Need a New Buggy? If you do don't hesitate to come in and ask questions. We've sold lots of buggies this season to people who just come in to look and remained to buy. Handsome, strong, wellmade buggies at our prices are very tempting. Look Around. examine and compare. If you find better advantages than we offer you we should be very glad to hear of it. / Taking workmanship, qualities and prices into consideration, there is nothing to equal our line. Come and see. It won't cost anything. There Will Be i Something Missing if you buy the "slaughtei sale" kind of,a caniage. The missing thing will be the most important thing—quality. The best is the cheapest We sell the best We charge fair prices We have a large stock C. W. Dooley &amp; Co 18.-W ~ -., S .~,.-.»-« ; -.«.V.W J ,w,»W,- y «&gt;»-«. ft -.. r &lt;■ H.**-,^^* is a bottle oE that sparkling and delicious beverage. "KiaE of ill Bottled Burt." It is the best of table beers —whole some and inspiring. Possess...
RURAL CARRIERS MEET [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
RURAL CARRIERS MEET TO PICFC ItUKAL KOUTI3 WAGON'S KoUsoil Outline of Alflhe &gt;c» Uoutcs to Ho KituulUtiod In McLean County Thli Sumuior, —Today thoto will bo an important gathering held in this city, belns a meeting of all tho carriers appointed for twelve new rurnl routes which will bd established In this county by July 1. They are to illicusb and docldo npou llio kind of wagon which will ba used. Heretofore the mull c.uriom on the iiiral routes ha\o been using any kind ol vehlclo they happened to but owing to the laige number of now routes to bo at once put in. It has been practically decided lo put 111 ser\ico a uniform stylo of wagon, there being many kinds manufactured. t Tho Pantagraph has previously uotcd briefly tho routes to be co\eied by the new carriers. All ha\o now been definitely settled upon and will go Into effect tus now laid out. 'these routes In detail are as follows:
CARLOCK ROUTE NO. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
CARLOCK ROUTE NO. 1. Tbl" route is .'1 miles long. It starts at postoiricc, theuce oast to Lantz'i, corner, south to Otto's, cast to Gerbcr's, northwest to Klrkpatrlcl.'ts, west and north to Oalt Groin's, north to Snaieley's, east to M. U. church, west return to bnavoley's, woet aud northwest In Woodford county to Stephen's corner, nolth to .Moore'o, west to Hou«l&gt;.tn'b, touth to oioplwn's, west to Vance's, south to P. Vauco's, southeast to Hock Creek fair llicuudL, Hot th aud oust to Holdolly's corner, south to Staley's, east to Lant/'s and noi th to poatotneo. Collection boxes are placed as follows: Oak Gio\o, M. K. chuich, soaloll £2, United UlcU.ren church and Stepron'b sthool house.
KERRICK ROUTE NO 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
KERRICK ROUTE NO 1 Tho totnl number ot miles-covered lo 20V*. nni! 120 families ore sei\od. The i oulo ntalts at Kor-lrlt poatolllcc, theme oust to Uohrcr's cornel, north lo R.iyoiaft'a, crnt to .XkGuln, uouth to Mooic, east to Kulddle, north to O'Neal, west to Agio, south to Victor, west to Benjamin, north to Atkerly, west to KaulTnmn school houao, south to SUiad cornel, earn to tloll-rci-Uruenkcr toinul, south to IlntlleldHowell, east to Wilder, north to llohier. Moot to postoltlee. Collection boxos uro placed m follows: Thomas Rn&gt;cra - t and Dan Knuftniun lornera, Victor and Kaultinnn school housca
BLOOMINGTON ROUTE NO. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
BLOOMINGTON ROUTE NO. 1. This route is 21?, miles long, Blnrtfi at pnMofllco, thence uouth to cllv limits, south to poor tnim, west to Karr con south to Denhain, pw-t to Wlnslow, north lo Stuwurt, eaat to Huat enat corner, north to Welche's, west lo Uoj, noith to Orendorff, west to Poppo, nottb to Bullock, south and cast to Hoop's faun, north to Schmidt's cornel, wast to Coy, north and Meat to Rhodes, weat to Shuhcen's, north to city llmlta, north and weal to postolhce. Collection boxes nie placed thus Poor fnnn, Christian church, Huat and l'inyrey sc'iool houses. I
BLOOMINGTON ROUTE NO. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
BLOOMINGTON ROUTE NO. 2 Thcio aio 130 families sei veil oior this route, whlrh extends 23 mill"-. Beginning ut po--lofflce, thence cist and south to limits, east on Cla&gt; slieet road to ltoss coiner, south to Huafei toiner, east to George P. IJavK corner, south to llaihcr's corner, cast to Uiokaw's. south to itoads' corner, southeast to H. W. Doolo&gt; s. i.oith U. M. H. Young, cast to Uus ton h. soulll to Hodman's, northwest to O. G. Doolo'o, south and east lo E C MeGraw* aim.northwest on l.croy road lo city limits. Collection boxes are pliccd thus: Reed. Lexinglun and Pone- school houses and Old Town hall.
BLOOMINGTON ROUTE NO. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
BLOOMINGTON ROUTE NO. 3. Th't rcute extends miles It starts a: postofflce, thence east to cltv limits, ccllliii..i:.g east to fair grounds, south to Schroeder'a coiner, cast to Jennings' north to rrawlc&gt;'s, west to city limits and south and west to postofflce The four collection boxes nie placed as follows neujamluvllle. Harmony church, Foreman school house nnd Krown corner.
BLOOMINGTON ROUTE NO. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
BLOOMINGTON ROUTE NO. 4. The route acnes IGU families nud Is HlVs miles in length. It staitß at postoffice, thence northwest to limits, northwest on Blooniington load to King's mill, raiithuckt to Chilstlnu church west to Hnuis' corner, south lo Ilenshaw corner, east on Washington stieet road to Twin Grove dirndl, south to Tompkins' cornel, east to A. Washburn's, south lo W. j: Hooves', west to 13 S Groeu'B. south lo Chicago «. Alton R I!.. southwest to D. 0. Kronian's, west to A Johnson Echool house, east to C. &amp; A. R. n.. north to S. Alexander's school house, east to F. Me&gt;cl's to limits, not 111 and east to postoftlce. The collection boxes are thus placedKingswell, Christian church, Eiu»t Twin Gro\c chl-rch. Ale-cnnder school house.
BLOOMINGTON ROUTE NO. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
BLOOMINGTON ROUTE NO. 5. 1 lie totul numbci of miles covered ts 21 serving 140 families Beginning at pobto.lice, thence east to city limits, northeast to S. N. King's corner, oast to Dillon's north lo rallrond, northcaht along railroad to ernter of section IJ, went to McLean comei, south to rallioad, west to "W'elUon, Eouth to Wnlltor. letraco to Conovor coiner, north to I'. Moors, east to Dlddol south to McLean, east to Daus, south to Stubbleneld, west to Dillon's, south to city limits, southwest to postofflce. The rrjlectlun Ijoxo3 arc placed as followsCapt King's corner, w. w. Itodgers' school house, school dlntrict N'o. 5 and school district No. 1.
BLOOMINGTON ROUTE NO. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
BLOOMINGTON ROUTE NO. 6. This loute is 2;,% miles In length. Be. ElnnliiK at postolllce, tncuco south and west to city limits, southwest on Springfield road to King's corner, south to John Hougham's, cist to Wochncr'o, north and west to IJodler'b cornel, west to Zclgler's, north to Cook's, west to Mitchell's, norm and east to l*oi man's, east to Nlchpagen's. south ami cast to Polnduxter's school he-use, south to Rood comer, east to Lindley's, north to &lt;ity limits, north and east to poatolllco The lolleetiou boxes am thus placed: Polndouer, Karr and Foreman school houses, William Ilajnes' corner.
SHIRLEY ROUTE NO. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
SHIRLEY ROUTE NO. 1. Beginning at the Shirley postofllce, thence southeast to Konlck corner, west lo B P. Funk's, north to B I'. noitheust to I*. M. Funk's, west to D ,*,L l'unk's, south to Stu*jblcltald&gt;. west to 13 .M. runli's. solllh to D. JL Funk's, west to G. \V. Funk's, north to John Sttihblefield's. oast to John Stubblcneld's.norih to I). M. Funk's, east to L F. Qu nn's, north and northeast to J S Ne\ille's, cast to Brokaw'n and south to S'liirlcv postolnce. The route Is *M miles long anil soncs 115 families Collection boxes are placed at the following points- District No 1 school house, Funk's and the Califot - nla school houaes and William llajncs' corner.
YUTON ROUTE NO 1. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
YUTON ROUTE NO 1. Starting at Yuton nnstotllce. theiico east to Hiibtiitg's coiner, south to Otto's, west to Uruckwitt's, south tn Hatfield's, west and northwest to Gridley's, north to Webb's school v.est to town hall, south to King's mill, noithwest to Valentine's cornel, north to Schoubttk's farm, west to Hall's corner, north to Oerbrlck's, oast to Lautz school houtc, noith to L»intz coiner, cast to Corners, south to J. i; Otto's, east to J. Pulton's, south to Webb's fcehool house, ea«t to Yutcn The route extends 23K miles and rollertlnn boxes me placed as follows: "Webb's. Lantr'n and Kent's school houses «uid D. J. Otto's corner.
COVEL ROUTE NO. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
COVEL ROUTE NO. 1. The route Is 24»t miles long It starts at Co\cl po3toince, thence east to Kent's corner, south to Cutting's, west to Stubblefield's, south to Stubblofi(&gt;ld s. west to Houghmn's, south to Funk's, ueat to Ptubblefleld'H, north to I3arekk&gt;&gt; s, ea«t to Stubbleflcld's, north to Kcdscrs' west to Moore's, north to Moore's, cant to Sailsberry's, tiol th to Johnson'!., east to Johnson";, south and east to Thompklns', south to WildonV. wost to Sluponbnck's, uouth to SUiult/' and cast to Co\el. The four collection boxes sue placed as follows: V. W. 'I bumpkins' and Lotto Slnbblelleld's corner'.!, anil ricemnn and Co\ol school Louses. &lt;
HUDSON ROUTE NO. 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
HUDSON ROUTE NO. 1 The total uiimliei of miles covered bv this loute la .'"U, 173 lamlllos. htnrlhii; at Hudson postofflcp, thence weßt to Lewis's cornel, northwest to Arnold's, noith lo liinshaw's, west to Gadd't,. north to I rati', en»t to Stephens', soulll to bnaxcli!) s, east to 1). Church's, north to Lrulgs, east to Phillips', north to Junks, oast to Plait's, couth to Pleast, G. S H.'. w-csl to Stottlcr's, south to Sager's, west lo union school hotibe, bouth to Blough's corner, eist to Sailor's, south to Skinners school house, west to postolllce. The collection boxes arc placed as follows: bi\-inlle bridge, Jesse Plait coiner. Duukard church and Skinner school houso.
C. M. MOORE'S ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
C. M. MOORE'S ESTATE. rorecist or i|„, |&gt; ro , islons of the W 111 of HiiWltt Cmuiiu's Millionaire—lion Pioperlj Is Divided. —The will of Mi. C. M. Moore. Into ot Clinton, hus not been made public, although It has boi;n filed for piobate. The contents in general, though, aio quite well kuown. According to common belief tho total \aluo of tho properly left to tho holts Is something o \or $1,000,000, mostly in ie.il estate This amount may bo increased later on, provided certain lauds lain out to bo moro valunhle than thej arc supposed. Holdings In Georgln, Nebraska and Missouri, as Moll us in southern Illinois, aie huge in number of acies, but the vnluo is quite smul! as a geneial thing. There arc IS.OOO acres of excellent lnrm land in UcWltt comity, worth fullj ?ia an acto all around. Thou tnoro aio some 1,000 ncrcs of lino farm land in other poitlons of ceutrul Illinois which is equally valuable. In Kansas Mr. Moole owned 25.000 acres of land woilh about ?-'.i an aire. He...