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THURSDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
THURSDAY AFTERNOON. 2:30 Dovotional Service —Miss &gt; Annabel Crichton, Towanda. 3:00 Address of Welcome—Rev. Mary'S. Moroland, McLean. ,* ■ 3:10 Rosiionse—Mr. Claire M. Green, Col- ' &gt; fax. . . i Musi:. 3:2s—Discussion on Christian Citizenship led by Hev. J. P. Porter, McLean. 4:00 The Business End of tho Society— Miss Kate B. Smith, Danyers. Question box. •&gt; 5:00 Appointment of Committees. (a) Resolution; (hf Nomination; (c) Enrollment Adjournment. '
FRIDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
FRIDAY MORNING. 1 C:00 Tho Quiot Hour Service—Miss Frances Orconleo, Bloomington. 9:00 Song Scrvle*. •j.lo itepurts.—umecrs, Supts., Commlt- , tees— Pledges fioin Societies. 10:00 Junior Hour—Miss llattle V. More- &gt; luhtl, McLenn. 11:00 Missionary Hour—Address, Rev. J E. Aubrey, Leroy. l'nper—The Society a Training P-'mol for th&lt;&gt; Future Missionary, Mist E.la Evans, Chenoa. I'uper—Elii'ct upon Missions tho Eastern Crisis May Have —Mr. Ed. Mcßeynolds," Stanford. Music. Adjourunient. Meeting Board of Directors.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
FRIDAY AFTERNOON. 1:30 Devotional—Mr.Will Card, McLean. 2:00 Snap Shots from the Societies. 2:30 nihlo Study Hour—Kev. P. Baker, Colfax. 3:00 General Discussion. 3:30 Every Endeavorer a Soul Winner —Rev. V. C. Byers, Colfax. 4:00 Tnly—Mr. A. E. Mac Donald, Chicago. Discussion. , Music.' Adjournment. "
DANVERS IS ASTIR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
DANVERS IS ASTIR. I'ropnrlng for County Sunday School Con' »outlon-Forecast of tha Featurm of the Programme. —The first McLean county Sunday school convention of the century will' be held nt Danvors,' Thursday and Friday,, June 37 and 2S. A largo number of bills, , upon which wore printed tho principal ovents of tho gathering, wero sent out yesterday 'to every village and. town in tho county. This is tho thirtieth annual Sunday school convention of McLean county nnd many persons have signified their Intention of being present. An excellent programme has been arranged, among tho speakers being Mr. Knox P. Taylor of this city, recently, electod president of tho Illinois Stato Sunday School association; A. H. Mills of Decatur, e.\-state piesldent; Mrs. M. P. Brynor ot Chicago, international primary superintendent; State Worker C. W. Mil-' ler of Paris, Rev. G. A. Scott of the First M. B. church, and other practical Sunday school workers. The music will bo in charge o( Rev. and Mrs. C. ...
Married in Cincinnati. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Married in Cincinnati. —Cards have been received In McLean announcing the coming marriage o£ MJss Luctle Lemert. formerly ot that village to.'Mr. Robert Promborger of Cincinnati, 'O., which is now the homo ot the bride. The wedding will occur Juno IS. Miss Lcmert Is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard formerly of McLean, where the bride grew to young womanhood.
Pontine Drill Team Going. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Pontine Drill Team Going. —A drill team from the Modern Woodmen of Pontine will go to the convention at St. Paul, together with a large number of the members from that city. The deleKates from this city will go on the C. &amp; A. bpochil next Sunday morning, and Pontiac people will be taken on board this train. J I
Didn’t Marry for Money. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 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 Life Pills, which restored her to perfect health. Infallible for Jaundice, Biliousness, Malaria, Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubles. Gcntlo but effective. Only 25c nt W. \V. M°armon'9 and A. E. Stout'e, Normal, drug stores.
Will Wed July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Will Wed July 9. —The engagement of' Miss Grace Sithcrwood of this city and Mr. H. Stanley Bent of Pasadena, Cal.. is_ announced, tno woddlng to tako placo ' July '• ji '". Slthorwood is the daughter of Dr .&lt;"&lt;&gt; Mrs. George D. Slthorwood. She Is » graduate of the Normal unlversit; «« has taught school the past two &gt;&lt;■'»• about a year and a halt at OsIesl», '"; ana since last January-at the =&gt;•"•"' school in this city. She w.ta ""., for the coming year. but. resigned Mr Honiis a promising young buslne" n " havm" K formerly been connected »nn Oglesby Coal company. He is hw&gt;. il to engage with his brother as a irrfc tion contractor In California, i "&lt;• of the couple will bo at Pasadena-
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
the blood are forced out through the pores or ftftWivtll 'm'UilOiiili'ii^'rti and sores are symptoms "of'.tczema.' me, hands anil feet; the skins becoming hard and roi . - ■.,, -,„,. „„„ . Mr. L. Marno/'Esoondido, San Dlobo County, .applications, while soothing Col., writes: "My b'ody broke out with a raeh _ Bn d cooling, mid may to some or.oruption which in »pito of, all efforts to curt ;ex tent relieve the inflamuia- '• ' ""- «"*-'"" «««"«iaUy (t j OII /ond iKjhing, cannot , 'be" considered'cures, because I external, remedies do not m.- 4.-1 ~..i 1.1„.,,1 S?S. dotorminea tOjtrivoiit a fair,trial, and wa» diseases. * Salves, ointments, inoxproialbly-clelieh.todf.'when'- a fow bottloo p owt \ er!i) lotions and soaps do ourod plmplo from niy spiT%. l-shallnotfail torecom- &lt; ds^al ; n ,rup Siend B, B&amp;yofcg forcing the poison.back into the blood.' S. S. S.- antidotes and neutmliyes the acid poisons and drives oiit'of Uie circulation all impurities and-hiunors, an...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
at unusual price concessions The surplus* spring stock of Moore &amp; Beirs, the justly celebrated Rochester firm, bought by. Griesheim's at half regular prices. The'lines consist of"the extreme* arid conservative fashions for men in imported vicunas, worsteds and tweeds—and were designed 'to retail at $l5 and $lB. •They can not" last long, at the low figure we quote: — V &lt; '. Your choice for'.. $ 1 ■!;££ Another lot of this purchase —which we have put into a class by -them- , selves —and include fine suits for business wear—all-wool worsteds —cut -J ** *f very newest style' Your choice f0r.......... '.....- * Children's Suits .are now' ready. , Candidly speaking we have the best line we* have ever shown—and ,we know that no other store in Central Illinois has the swell styles that we carry. Every pattern and design is exclusive— -from the'cheapest to tlie best. Florsheim's Sht&gt;e are unquestionably the most elegantly finished shoes in the market— ; the....
NOTED CASE ENDED [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
NOTED CASE ENDED Principals.ih, J Pefenbacli Insurance Defrauding Case Are F6iind,Guilty;'- WHAT EVIDENCE SHOWED Slate Bests in Kennedy Trial at Kansas City-jWUI Probably Go to Jury Saturday. ""- ,• «. Chicago, Juno-16.—Dr..August M. linger and F. Waylarid,Brown, on trial for conspiiacy to''defraud,. Insurance companies thiough.the'death 6f Marie Defeubach, this evening were found guilty and sentenced to-the penitentiary under tho in-, determinate, act:'" Frank H. Smiley, Indicted with Uhger and Brown, pleaded guilty and turned ' state's' evidence. It la likely that'ue will escape with a light sentence. The'evidence in the case she-w--ed thaL thc'-Ungor, Brown, Smiley and. MI'S Defcnbnch" entered Into a conspiracj by which Smiley was'to appear as tho aflilanccd of the woman. She 'was then .to'.bb- ill? and apparently die, leaving tho Insurance, which included a tiulicy in a'btuck'company and two in a iinternal organization, the total aggregating ?23,00U. The'woman in'her* will bald ...
STATE RESTED ITS CASE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
STATE RESTED ITS CASE Kennedy Murder 3'rlul Will Go to Jury «stttiirdtty--Wliiit'Uotli 8ldc» Claim. ' i Kansas City, June 10.—Tho state In the case of Lulu Prince Kennedy, on trial for murdering her husband, rested,this afternoon, and court adjourned until tomorlow, when "the defendant's sido will be presented. The case will probably be .given to the Jury' Saturday. Today the btato adduced.additlonal evidence to piove tho claim tlmt&gt; Kennedy was forced to marry Lulu ,Pr!nco" at the point of a reviver, that' Will Prince furnished the weapon and inerved• her* up committing the crime,.that the, Princes' conbpired to kill Kennedy;' and 'predicted the murder days beforo.it occurred and that the woman's claim that stio-was in a delicate condition and shot her.husband In a fit of temporary Insanity produced by this condition was not'true.. Tomorrow the defense will begin its testimony to show that .Mrs. Kennedy Inherited Insanity, that Kennedy ruined her, that Jiis refusal ; 'to...
TRAGEDY NEAR NEWPORT, O. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
TRAGEDY NEAR NEWPORT, O. owport, "0„ \june " 10.—James A. 'Hamilton, separated from his ,wlfe ,und do-t-iring to,obtaln proof 'against Jiertin'dl-* \orce proceedings,, took» a 'Witness and Matched the house Saturday night, two lulleb north\of ."this- plrice. : .At 2a. m. he saw Robert Arey appear at a rear door of the house.' An encounter »followed. Hamilton, was, shot-and killed and. Arey hhut himself and died last night.
THRED MEN ARE KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
THRED MEN ARE KILLED. I Mlddlcshoro,' Ky.,. Juno 10.—Two men .men and|one mortally wounded at ICorb'lti'* Saturday night in alight growing out of .an/attempt to arrest Andy Co\. Deputy-.Sherlfl&gt;Branahan "demaudjed his surrender.', Cox's j-cply was a bul|J"t, which instantly 'Jellied Branahan, and •Cox then. turned'and fired on' Chief of Police Silas Wilder,' who was advancing on him with drawn revolver. ' Wilder .was'mortally wounded, but killed Cox by shooting him through tho lieart. Wilder .died. this morning.