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Notice to Water Takers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Notice to Water Takers. —The water rents for quarter ending May 31 are now due and must be paid m once, or water shut off, B3 the revised ordinance give no extension of time for payment. This rule wll be strictly enforced and If not complied with a penalty of $1 will bo charged before water can be turned on again. H. W. SCHMIDT, Superintendent Water and Light.
Correct Styles in Hats. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Correct Styles in Hats. —We carry in stock a full lino of the famous Young Bros.' straw hats, the same as are sold In their s&gt;lx exclusive hat stores located In New York and Brooklyn. The styles are guaranteed to bo correct and right up to date. Young Bros.' bats differ from most hats, as they are the very latest styleß and not too high priced—sl.so to $2.50. We also have splendid lines of men's neckwear, shirts and fuinlshings of all sorts. OARLOCK BROS.
Seasonable Saturday Bargains. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Seasonable Saturday Bargains. —We offer for today ladles' summer vesta sc. ' Ladles' bleached vests 3 for 23c. Exceeding great valuos In and pants at 25c. You saw nothing better formerly at 50c. ladles' seamless hosiery 3 pairs for 2»c. Ladles' seamless hosiery, white feet, 2 pairs for 25c. " i . Ladies' real line plain black, split soles, white feet, laco worked and fancy, at 25c. Pear's soap 12M.C, Juvenile 1214 c Packer tar soap 19c, Colgate's soaps sc. Colgate's talcum powder 19c, witch hazel 10c and many other well known toilet articles. C. \V. KL.EMM.
TALK OF ELECTRIC ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
TALK OF ELECTRIC ROAD MR. GRIFFIN, OF TOLEDO, HERE llxulnlned Inter-Urban l'rojcut to l&gt;us!iii'»» Men's Aanoulutiou, mid That OriimiUutlun Kinlorae* It. —There \uib a meeting of about twentyfive members of the Business Men's.Assoclation and several from Normal In their rooms yesterday afternoon to havo an Informal talk with Hon. Charles P. Orllliu, of Toledo. 0., who is In the city to further the iirojeel of building an intcrurban, electric iiillnay between this city and 1 Decatur. Mi. Griffin advert in Blooming-' ton yesteiday noon, accompanied by Mr. H. W. Knight, who has already paid se\eral \lsits to this city in the interest of tho tamo eutci prise. A meeting of Blooiniagtou citizens was called for the" purpose of gaining Information from Mr. Griffin on tho project, ho being the chief promoter and representative of the financial end of tho pioject. Mr. U. F. llarbw, piosldciit of tho Business Men's Association, introduced Mr.J Grifllu to the company and he at once l ...
BENEFITS CITY AND COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
BENEFITS CITY AND COUNTRY. He then elaboiatcd on the way In which the building of olectric loads Into a,city works for the profit of the population of euclt a place. He said that such lines have bolvcd the problem of urban, or buburhau population, In a manner that not oihor thing has done. It furnishes rapid, cou\enlent and bafe transportation ,from the busluebs part of the city to outlying parts and also to the count! y for many miles around. It briugs into the city numbers of peoplo who would perhaps never or very seldom visit the place It only steam roads were In operation. It furnishes to country Inhabitants social advantages suchas are enjoyed by city people and which are denied to countiy peoplo ut present. Mr. Griffin then explained the advantages which the farming community derives from the construction of such lnilloads. He staled that It furnikhed tP method of Intercomse between communities now separated and does away with the Isolation of the farmer, btnee he can visit hi...
RATES AND ACCOMODATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
RATES AND ACCOMODATIONS. As to rates of fare be .stilted that iu Ohio the county commissloneib fixed the minimum fare ut 2 ceutb a mile, and no roads that he knows of charge more than a cent and u half. Mr. Griffin also gave other interesting facts and figures about the operation of inlcrurh.m roudb, showing how they woiked to the benefit of the city unci country communities located along their lines. The rate at which the electilc cars travel in interurban linos is about forty miles an hour, including all stoiis. Some of the latest make of cats are geared for blxty-flve miles an hour. Luxurious sleeping cars for night travel are run on many lines making long distances, and day coaches are models of comfort and elegance. ' -•- , After he had finished his talk Mr. Harbor invited all those present to ask questions or discuss the,matter In any why they should chgpbo. A large number of questions were asked Mr. Grlflln, all o£ which he, answered in a frank and plain manner. ' ■ i s
LENGTH OF FRANCHISE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
LENGTH OF FRANCHISE. Mayor Thomas desired 10 know what length of franchise' the company would ask for, and Mr. Orlffln replied that since the building of the road would he .perpetual, the same as steam railroads, be thought that It would be no more than fair to give a franchise as long s the law would to gi\c a franchise as long as the law would permit in this state, which Is fifty years. Asked if Bloomlngton or Illinois peoplo would ba permitted to buy any of the bonds or block of the company, Mr. Griffin replied that the bonds would be for sale and probably could be bought by people here It they wo deslied. As to the route to be tun through Dloomlngtou and Normal, Mr. Grllfln stated that he had partly ridden over the route on which consents bud nlieady been asked, but that be would spend all day Saturday going a general tour of the city and would then determine whether the proposed rond was the best or not. He Bald that if the franchise and routes could be secured in Bloomlngton, ...
WHEN TO BE BUILT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
WHEN TO BE BUILT. One question asked of Mr. Griffin was how soon the road could be built after Ihe franchise was granted. Ho replied that If It were the first of May and the franchise were alieady secured, the load might be in operation by the conilug fall. Howover, steel mlllh ot the country do not contract to, deliver mils, insldo of four months lifter th' 6 o'rdcr is received; consequently oveujf- thcfriinchlsc Is seemed this bummer, the actual building cannot take place until probably" next spilng and the road ought to he in operation by the middle of next summer. Mr. Giimti stated that.within a year after the-road Is open there will bo other lines-piojoctud into nioomlugtoit fiom different directions, built eithor by the s.unO compauy or by other companies. Ho has not the slightest doubt that,this would be one of n number of llneb which would eventually radlnto&gt;.from this city In all directions.