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AT PEORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
AT PEORIA. , Peoria, June 10. HOGS—Receipts, 500; shipments, 400. Market opened strong and s@7c higher, closing strong. Good to choice light, so.Os&lt;gG 62;-good to choice mixed, ?5.70Q5.02; good to choice heavy, $5.65 @SUS; rugh, $5.4Q@5 55. " ' CATTLE—The receipts were light and the market steady, i - *-• i &gt; I 1
Comission Men's Wholesale Prices. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Comission Men's Wholesale Prices. 1 Bloomington, June 8. New- potatoes, per bu....&lt; $1.65 (ffTomatoes, per crate &lt;.... 3.C0 @ Strawberries, per crate , 2,50 &amp;2.75 Pineapples, per dozen 85 @ Lettuce, Jier dozen , 30 @ .35 New onions, per dozen 20 @ a bpinach 50 @ ' Pieplant, per dozen 20 @ Aspaiuaua, per_dozen 30 @ Butter, ready Silc— Couutr&gt;, per lb 15 @ .23^4 White thistle brand 22V5i@ Cranberries, per bu.. 1.50 @ per dozen U%@ Potatoes, per bu 80 *(fl? liadishes, per-dozen bunches 20 @ .25 Illinois sweeb potatoes, per br1.... 2.50 @ Wax hcuns, per bu 2.00 @&gt; Cucumbers, per dozen 85 @ " Leniom, , 8.50 @ Ornngps— California navels 2.50 @2.75 California seedlings 2.00 @ , Mexican » 8.00 53.60 Honda' 2.75 ki Medltcnaiiean sweets 3.50 @ Figs, lajer, per lb .12 @ Pigeons, per dozen 1.00 @ Dites, Hnlloni, per lt&gt; 05 GP Pcuuuts — l nltastcd, per k .00 @...... »«, per lb 04&gt;4&lt;» .05 Popcorn, per lb 02 1...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
A TEXAS' BONDER. Hall's Great Discovery. 1 • .' l ~ * - ' ; 'botUo:d£Tnn)rs Great Discoiory, cures "nil kidney!; and bladder iroubles.'Jiomoves 'gravel,.cures diabetes, seminal emissions, Weak and' lame backs, rheumatism and all;.irregularities of the kidneys and bladder 'in both men and women, and regulates bladder troubles in children. If not. sold", by jour druggist, will be sent by mall on.rccelpt of %1. Ouo small bottle Is two months' treatment and will euro any case above mentioned. Dr. E. WV Hall, sole,manufacturer, P. O. Box 020, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials. Sold by all druggists andAV. \W Harmon, Uloomington, 111. , -!— * —' 1 Mnttoon, 111., May 24—This is to certify that I have been cured of kidney and bladder trouble with ono bottle of the Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, and can recommend It to othorb suffeiing in the samo manner.', • F. M. MteNKB.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
; Our alterations are nearly&gt; completed. " -Notwithstanding the;large amount - of furniture we have sold during our Remodeling Sale, we still have a number of good pieces 'of furniture we wish to close' out, „and will make very-low .prices to do so. Couches and Davenports from $5.75" up. , Iron Beds from $1;95 up. Rockers fronfr 69c up. " Chiffoniers from $4.60 up. '. " . * ] Dressers, Sideboards, Bookcases, etc., at reduced prices MaXgs - d *^- Our line is one of the largest, If not the largest, In the city—and our prices are right HOWARD 6 KIRKPATRICK &gt; Cash 'Or Credit Nos. 522 &amp; 524 North Main-st. Cash " Or Credits IWWWSWWSWSSJPX&amp; ■*f vfWE ® //ir»K All over the'world Schlitz beer is known and is the standard. In.Vladivostock', Pretoria, Shanghai, Singapore, Bombay, Cairo and Constantinople it is the beer of civilization. , ! Schlitz beer has won the world's markets by its reputation for purity, maintained for half a century. Wherever ...
UNITE FOR ALMA MATER [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
UNITE FOR ALMA MATER WESLEYAN* UNIVEfiSITjf GUILD Organization to Ho Completed Thin Week —Preparatory Hxercltcs I.unt Nij-lit uud Law Scliool Tonlßlit, —The class exercises of commencement week for the Wealoyan University vveie' inaugurated by tho preparatory school graduates last night. Tonight the law BChool will hold its closing exercises. Wednesday xv ill bo- alumni and business day, with final recital of college of music. Thurbday tho commencement of the college of letters takeß placo and that evening President Smith will hold his lecoptlon. , , ,
ALUMNI DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
ALUMNI DAYS. Tomorow wll bo the bis day for tho alumni of the Institution At 8 o'clock In tho morning there will bo farewell chancl exercises for Prof. C. W. Green, who will sever his connection with' tho university this jear. Prof. Green will preside at this meeting ana will deliver a farewell speech. Tho students will then express their regret at his leaving and their appreciation of his work among them. • i ( Following this will bo tho senior class day exorcises at 8:30 o'clock. Tho first portion of these will consist of a'dodlcatory programme of tho ieju\enated chapel. The remainder of tho exercises are being kept secret, as Is customary on these occasions, uutil the tltno at which they, are to occur. "Vho wit and humor of the school year culminates at the "senior chapel," the fabled dignity of tho austere" seniors at this time giving placo for « biiet time to levity and mirth. Amie chapoi has been renovated through the efforts of the class of 1901 and now picsouts a beautiful a...
THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL. At 10 o'clock Wednesday moraine In Amle chapel, will be hold the semi-cen-tennial celebration of tho founding of tho Illnlols Wesleyan University. Much effort has'been expended to have a large gathering of alumni present on this occasion and it 1b hoped to have more giaduates assemble at that - time than evor before in • the history of tho institution. Itev. W. F. Short, the oldest living alumnus, a member of tho class of 1851, and Mrs. Hannah L. Shur, class of 1872, tho flret woman graduate, will both be present. Dr. Short is tho second graduate of tho Wcsleyan, one man finishing before him In the class of 1553. The programme for the semi-centennial is ns follows: 10:00—Fifty Years Ago. Dr. Short. • 10:10—Tho Alumni, Their Record. Ex--I'resldeut \V. H. Wilder. (Presl- , dent Smith, substitute). 10:20—Tho Faculty, PasL and Present. , Dr. H. O. DeMotte, 'Ol. 10:30—Tho Wesloyan Spirit Ever tho Same. Rev. A. C. Byerly, _D. D., 10:35—The Joint Board, Faithful Guardi...
PLAN OF ORGANIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
PLAN OF ORGANIZATION. It Is the - intention to organize the alumni into a closer union than has existed hitherto with the aim of encourng.ing greater loyalty and financial support of tho Institution. Tho btrength of the small college Is in Its nlurunl and it is desired to develop the strength of the Wcsleyan. The plan of organization Is as follows
I. NAME AND OBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
I. NAME AND OBJECT. "" This society shall bo called the Twentieth Century Guild of the Illinois Weslesan University. Its object shall be to unite the alumni, nations and other friends of the university, for the nuinose of seeming students, gifts, and legacies, and in every practicable way piumoiing the welfaie and prosperity of the university. Any poison may become a member by signing the pledge subjoined below. ' '
II. OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
II. OFFICERS. The officers of this society shall be a president, flvo or uioie vice-presidents, a iccordiug secretary and treasurer, a corresponding secretary and nn executive committee of not less than five, of whom the prebldent of the university shall be ex olholo chairman. Tho duties of these officers shall be those unusually pertaining to such positions
III. MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
III. MEETINGS. The regular meeting of the guild shall he held annually in Bloomingtou during commencement week, the lime and place of meeting to bo fixed by* the commomement'programme. . Special meetings may bo called at auy time by&gt;thc executive committee. ' • ',