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A CHILD'S WANDERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
A CHILD'S WANDERINGS. lEeiimrkiili)u,l(iiiriif&gt;3 of » lliirofnoted Baby of Klvo Years, Looking for UN KiltlierS Cow, —Andrew- Sholl, a little boy only 5 &gt;enrs of age, had an experience on Decoration day which was hnrdlv over equalled In so short n life, but thlough which he came out without liny injury or accident. The child lort his home, 100S Wobt Ton est street, In the extreme northwest pan of the city, in the morning of Decoration day und fulled to return home at evening He was barefooted and clad 111 his usual knock-nbout clothes woni on the premises. The familv became alarmed ut his absence and sent inquiries to the police station nnd other places whole his wlieieabouts might bo dlscovcied. In tho afternoon Marshall James Reoder of Normal came to Bloomlngton, bringing the lost child with him. The little fellow had been picked up by Hnrlov Dillon, who lives two miles east of Normal. Mr. Dillon had henrd a child ciying In the road near Ills home, and going ...
Expecting Rush of Insurance Business. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Expecting Rush of Insurance Business. —About the middle of next mouth, or to bo more specific, on tho lath end 20th, all the Insurance agents of HloomIngton are expecting n big rush lu their line of business Nobody needs to be told Hint the Kith will be the first annixorsary of the great fire which destroyed two million dollars' worth of property. Tho reason that there will be n big rush for Insurance agents on that dale this &gt;oar, Is becnuse there was on unusual rush of now Insurance immediately following the lire last June Nearly exery merchant who was burned out in the conflagration, at onco hustled to his nearest insurance agent and lilcd application for nn Increase of a good big percentage on what insurance he rarried. Stocks of merchandise ale not insured lor more than one ut n time. Con--sccpicntly nil the new bus'ness taken out ut Ihe time of the file Inst year will be subject to renewal on the samo da&gt;s this month. The ngtnts are nil getting roadx for ...
Cousin of Horace Greeley. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Cousin of Horace Greeley. —Mr. Nutbanlul Cutrier, of DeLand, Is a first cousin of the late Mr. Horacu ("leelcy. Mr. Currier's mother and Mr. Greule&gt;*s mother having been sisters. Mr. Cmrlet was born In New* Hampshire, but mo%od with his parents to Canada when he was -I years of age. He resided there till he was 53 when he went to DeLaud, where he has lhcd for the past thlrtjfi\e jears. He Is now !I4 At DoLhnd also resides relatives of Commodore Dewev. their names being also Dewt-&gt;. Near DcLand the the McKJnley brotbera, who are third cousins of President MeKinle}. *
Fought for His Life. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Fought for His Life. *\M&gt; father and slbtcr both died of consumption," writes J. T. W'eathei wax, of Wjnndottc, Mich., "and I was sa\ed from the same fiightful fate only by Dr. King's New Disoovery. An attack of pneumonia lelt an obstinate cougn and very severe lung trouble, which an excellent doctor could not help, but a few* months' use of this wonderful medicine mude me as well us c\cr and I gained much in weight." Infallible for coughs, colds and all throat and lung trouble. Guaranteed bottles 50c and Jl at Win. W. Marmon's, Blooiuington; Hugh Hobb'a, Heyworth; A, i: Stout's, Normal, drug stores. Trial bottle 10c.
JUBILEE BUTTONS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
JUBILEE BUTTONS OUT. A HI,- Demand for Those Mttlo Aii\titifuii. L»i!it&gt; —Tun Mort) Minus **i rurcil. —"lla\e &gt;ou got un&gt; more of those Jubllee buttons?" whs the question which Mr. Hlee, "(ho hired uuul," ami the stenographer at the looms of tho Business Men's Association woie kept busy nnsweriug nil du&gt; &gt;ralenla&gt;. Tho elevator In tho Kddy bullillnK dlil more business vestetday cany lug up button hunters limn it wilt do In several onllnury class. Those who could not wait to lido wnlkid up. A shipment of a,obo of tho jubilee buttons ntrlved In tho moinlug mid the wuik or putting them out was commenced at once. .Men, women and ehllthen cumo after them and long betoiu evening the supply was exhausted. A big lot of them was givcu to the traveling men and merchants got them to gi\e to othoi drummers who come in to see them. The tags alhoi armed jestonlny and some were given out Bullous and tugs will be the order of the dnj...
"HOLY MOSES" [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
"HOLY MOSES" "Hob Moses" Is tho name of one of the camels that will bo rlddtu ihtough tho Htioots of the (nrulval ilhtilrt In nioomington between June 19 and ™ lie. howevci. Is onlj one of the camels. Cards to bo hung on chaudelleis in stores and other such places tame seslqiduv. Ihej aie made In the iihape ot a woman lldlng a camel and contain tho Inscription Hide 'Holy aloses.' Ale &gt;ou with tii' ulootuingtou Jubilee Carnival, June Vi to 22 " Tho committee voslcidnj secund linchninn's celebrated troupo ol glu'-a blowcis. They nro cxpeits in the nit ot Wowing glass and make all kinds of handsome pieces of glnsswaie In their show. A Houvenlr Is given to ever&gt;one who sees them.
AERIAL WONDERS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
AERIAL WONDERS Hcrr Granada anil MUh Alma Fedora, aerial wonderu, weto al&amp;o teemed Priday. These two people are opertb on a high tight iope. .Their exhibitions will uu.ur dully and an* fiee The ropo will be fcuetched between two of ihe highest buildings, probably the Grleshchn and the Corn Heir bank. Herr Granada walks un Milts on the iope, itina, jumps and dots other thiilllng maneu\eis upon the t-len-der huppoit high up In the nh. Mlhh fedora takes u wheel in her handii aitd he pushes her across the iope, giasplng her feet as one does the bundles of a wheelbntiow. They also nlinot off ((reworks while on their nlrj porch, the p&gt;roiechnlc display being one or the features of the performance, especially at night. Tiny ha\e appeared b&gt; command befoie the empeiuts of Geimany and Austria, the \tterov or China and other royal personages. The work of preparing for the gteat jubilee ifi progressing In ti most satlbfuetoty mannci, and cent ml HUholh Id prom...
CELEBRATION AT LEROY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
CELEBRATION AT LEROY. An All Dajti' Celebration on ,!ul&gt; I, U hleh WIU Cmicliiilc With laruwork* it I Mght. —All interest at Leroj 1b centered on the celebration that people will hu\o on Independence Day, 1901. Probably no celebration evei given in that clt&gt; has retched tho time and attention nlieudy bhown atLeroy. The people uio all determined to make the celebiatlon a success and evoivnuo is working to do the best to eixell any other celebiatlon in centrul Illinois. Leioy is the second clt&gt; In McLean county in population, outside of the 'ounty seat, and being centrally located on two makeh It e.iblly accessible. t The Hon. S S. Tannei, of Miuler, who Is Known throughout Illinois as on y of the able oiatois of tho btnte, has been becuted to deliver the principal address In the afternoon. The committee have also secured Judge C D. Mjert., of Uloomingtoti, to addiess tbo old soldlets and tettlcis In Hie foicuoon Judge Mvcrs lb a gieat fa\oiite at Lero...
Big Four's New Time Card. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Big Four's New Time Card. —The now time rani an the Big Pour will go into eftcct Sunday and several changes ami Innovation!, En the train faervlee will take place. The new tialn Tunning between I'eorla and Urban.!, which baa 1""''» puvloualy spoken of. will leave tlilu i-ll&gt; going west at 8:15 o'cloclt 1n the morning Itelnroliig It will bo cast at (i Ju in Hie e\enlnis, dnlly/cvcept Sund.iv The Knickerbocker, leaving for the east at 1 21 p ni , Mill oarlj a thiough I'ullm.iil bli" per daily. The pnsßeiigcr train golni; east at !&gt; 11 a. lu . will 'carry a thrnuKh (O.ich to I'oluiubu", O. The train going ■"" '' l l»ref.t?ui at !).£.! p in . will heieattei leave the cliy at IMG p.m. There may be also a few other minor ihangcs, but the above are all the onea of note. It Is expected that the new lime toble will give eminent tatlßfactlou.
Golf Club Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Golf Club Tournament. —A tournament will begin today at tnc golf links and will tost Indefinitely. Any member of the club may entor and tho games will be pla&gt;cd at aay convenient times and the iccordn kept. There will piolubly be many enlilea. The first pil« will be n handsome tilvcr cap, and the s'-rond, it golf c.ub. Another fcllvcr cup win bo given for tho best Individual sroie made. Ih're will alao bo u ladle*' prbe of a leailiur caddy bag. Much lnlt nst is nt.tnlfc-ud In the coining play. Mr Herman I Ifer haa b* en ut the head of tbofae who hitvo made the plan.*.
RAILROAD MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
RAILROAD MATTERS. —The thirteenth nnnual convention of rallioid commissioners will bo held 1" San rranelhro June t. —A row days ago a put ty of oflkl ih» of thu Ponnsvlvanin. made a lun from ht. Uiuis to Torre llnuto, u distance of pjj mileu, ultlioiit a flop. —TIIO 1.. U. &amp; W. Is to bo evteuded from Uccntur to Springfield. Iho right of wu&gt; has beeen secured und work will be commenced at once —lt Is now reported that \V. 11 Newman, president of the Lake hhore, will succeed I'teMdoiu Cnllo\va&gt;, of tho NewYork Cential, who has resigned —The Pittsliuig locomotive woilts has Just completed eight aide tank loiomotlvis for the Noithwtstem rollwaj, India They ha\o eight driving whueta connected, with a leading and nailing truck. —The Illinois Central pi doing inuih ballasting on the Rpilngltcld and l'eorla lines. The Peoila ballast comes Horn firecn Valley and tho Sptlnglleld from Kenuey. —Tho grosa earnings of tho Lllg Tour foi April nio reported as ?l„tr...
WEST SIDE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
WEST SIDE NEWS. —Mis. William Lennhu; rotu:und 50stcrdity irom a. \lbit in PotorMmrg. —Mr. John Scott, ot Veoila. spout Tliurutlay with 11U brothei, Brakcm;.n Scott. —lliU'.lne 341 vns run out of Ibu fallows jcstculnv iiftor being in for repairs, and \\u\l imith nu freiglit last night with llni;inn'i Quinn. « —ntiKino 501 was sent to Koodiiouae &gt;e»teiiliiy nftornoon to Imndlu an excursion from that city aud intcimediate I'Uiuiu to Chicago lotlaj.
ATTRACTED ATTENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
ATTRACTED ATTENTION. —Thero was n man at the union depot jcbterday who attracted a great deal of attention lie was ju.st seven feet lull and c.une In fiom Danville on the 1*23 Itig Foui tialn and went fiom here to Stilutor It was quite amusing to see big stx-footeis go up and hn\e&gt; lo look up In the air to converse wilb this giant.
THE GRIGGS WRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
THE GRIGGS WRECK. —One of the engines which was in tho wreck which occurred ut Gilggs Thursday afttrnoon at *- o'clock eamo In yesteiduy moinlng. The only etlects of tho collision noticeable was a bent pilot. The w reeking ciew i etui nod last night. While the damage* was small, those who saw* the wreck said It was about as bud a looking aftnlr as the*, bad cvui witnessed The investigation will proimbly be held In Springheld today. &lt; &lt;
Towanda Commencement. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Towanda Commencement. —Tbo commencement exercises of tho Towanda high school on Thmadny evening were attended by a \er&gt; latgo crowd, Including many vlsiiois fiom out of town. All the pattcipnnts ai quitted tbemoehes ndmirably. The piogiamme was as follows: Commencement March—"On tho Re- *. lew." ladles' orciiestra Invocation—Rev. M. F. Palstoy. Music—Selected Male quartette. "Youth's' Opportunities."—LilJio 11. Palsley * i t "Statesmen nnd the Commonwealth." — Witilam T Kerr. Vocil Trio—Selected. Mimes Tllbur&gt;, Cilchlon, Tilbury. "Tbo Klnglinoss of Man."—Francis N. Hobcits -*■ i "Wnat Is Mine*'—Lillian D Ctichton. Violin Solo—"The Bohemian Girl." Miss Lillle Paisley. "Alexandei Hamilton."—Fiancis A. Windier. . | "Tho Supremacy of Goodness." —Mary 0. wiiiib. i Muhlc—"When Knighthood was In Flower. ' l&gt;ndles' oichestra. t \ "Mob and Law " —K/owl 17 HoEPtmtn. Violin Solo—"Serenade Bodlno." Miss Mud go Sachs Piescntation of diplomas—Mrs. M. J. Sachs. • M...
Why He Replanted the Corn. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Why He Replanted the Corn. —Mr. J. N. Rodnuin, ono or the roremost farmers of Piatt &lt;ounty and who resides near DeUuid, has replanted foity acres of corn. The first planting had come up well nnd thcio was a falrl&gt; good stand, but It wan not growing as it should on account of the pi e\ a lent cold weather. Mr. Rodman believes (hot corn, to do best, should grow lapidlj lrom the first and that, the Held that Is slow In blurting ncxer catches up with that which grew lust from the btart. So be exemplified his faith by his works. i 1
Traveling Men's Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Traveling Men's Picnic. —Champaign On/.ette —The orders of tbo Travelers' Protective nbsoclation located In DanUlle, Decatur and Ploomington have been Invited to come to Champaign foi an outing al oi.e day's duration and the understanding Is that the&gt; havo accepted the Imitation, but H is not known at ibis time wln.ii the trip will be made, but Ii i« likely to be either the ihbt or second week in June. The plan Is to ha\u a picnic at Wobt End park. Amona; the features of the* aftornoon wilt bo a ball game, tho loams made up from the tanks of tho iibwiclation, and In addition to this there will be foot rntea ami wirlous other amuaomcntH of like iiiituic. The local members of tlio amociatloii aro taking considerable tntoreht in tho tomliu; \islt ami they will hoo to it tbut the \Jsltut« aie v 111 &lt;nterlalned duriLg their short stay lu Champa Ik ii.
Big Revival for Saybrook. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Big Revival for Saybrook. —Union levival meoilngs will bo held In Savbtook commencing June 11. lu which the dilferenL chuicbca of tho \lllugo will unite The meeting!* are to be held In a tent on the old achool Broundn In ISay- brook, ami Homo prnfitablu KMhorliiKß urn namirod. Itu\. Mr, Calhoun has bi'tn (boson prosldont ami William McCnllom hecrclaiy of Uu» muUiiiKs The Benltca of Ui'\h. Mossm Hint ami M.igann of M. Louie havo boon secured to n»bUt Uio piialom and int'iubcra ot tlio thit'o Sajbrook churihoa In Hipho buries of incutm«n. Union prajei mfuilujv*. piep.iutoiy lo tlio icvlvulh will be liold tlio coming week In tlio dtnvrtnt Uiuithta A number of rum m I ttoea havo been apliohilGtl lo look .iftci the tarious rttpnrtmonta, aa iteuliM. llnuncc. mhlaoiy, Uc . with Ilc\. Mr Calhoun Lhairman of all the committers.