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Bought Lat and Will Balld. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

Bought Lat and Will Balld. —J. *vt". Hunter yesterday sold to Allison Hitch the property at tho southeast cornci'vof locust and Pralrlo streets. Tho consideration was ?5,000. Theic Is ono houso now upon tho lots, which Is occupied by Mr. Hunter. Mr. Hllnli purchased the property for an investment, and o.\pects to begin at onco the onoctlou ot n tine new modern rosidenco upon the corner lot, which will bo oua of the best in that part of tho city. Tho lot has boon vacant for a number of years and It will be a matter of goneral public Interest to know that It will, bo occuplcdiby a good residence building.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Cigarette License. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

The Cigarette License. —With ,tho approach of July 1 tobacconists aro'moWng every effort to got rid cf their stock of cigarettes, for on that dato the ordinance requiring; a license of $2OO por year goes Into effect. It is understood that the cigarette people havo agreed to go In with one wholesaler, and help pay Ibo license for the flint year.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

THE DOCJORS tMEHERE. three Months Services Will Be Given Free to Ail Invalids Who Gail Before July 10. A itaß of eminent physicians and surn . .1-.* ti-:.:-u*-TH-,i!»«l !-._»:...._ lave, at 'he urs ent solicitation of a large number of patients underthcir care in this country, established-a permanent, branch 0 [ the institute in this city in Rooms 217-jiS-2t9 Griesheim building. 1 hese eminent gentlemen have decided to cive their services entirely free for three month'! (medicine excepted) to all imalids who call upon Ihem for treatment between now and July 10. These services consist not only of consultation, examination and advice, but, also of all minor surgical operations. - ' The object in pursuing this course is to become rapidly and personally acquainted ttith the sick and afflicted, and under no conditions will any charge whatever bs tnidc for any services rendered for three months, to all who call before July 10.The doctors treat all forms of disease and deformities, and gua...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

W&&&&?. 3SP >W\a &m ■ >[Z^r.- > _ ■/ X _ JMit -M^m^\ ;«?" • «- hThe shoe that made the; \ short skirt possible— The ULTRA SHOE 1 -•' ' s It makes a pretty foot look prettier. "A '-,' i ~;,-,'• • >-'>• '<\ - * ' ' .-- 5; * °-- <£<?/<* $' r /s3iso all styles and sizes: Oxfords $3.00. sciiNninr.it siion co. Dluiiiuluulou HI. Mads by y-v JWOORE-SHAFER SHOE MFG. C<o ./ - Btockport. N. Y. ■'Tit U.- * •"*" „ DOEWAH JAC White Smoke I from Soft Coal Round Ouk* 1-urnnccs hnve- large feed doora, burn, wood or coal; but whatever they burn', give greater bent Oinii any olhcr_ furnaces', because all theuiuses dud nearly" nil the .smoke is consumed. ' The'smoke is ' white from, a Round OuklPm nnce''burniiig boft coal; 'that "menus nownstc fuel. The, I principlcis not new, biit<tlic application V , to the Bound Ouk is no...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

A simple Intimation from the president to Col Grosicnor that ho Is talking too much about third terms might serve an excellent purpose. '

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

Mr. Rockefeller has done a commendable act In coming to tho nld financially of the Industrial Institute at Tuskegee, Ala, under the control of Booker T. Washington. This institution has done more for the colorod raco In tho south than any other founded there since tho war and it deserves nil possible encouragement from wealthy philanthropists.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

Senator Matt, of Connecticut, author of tho ncnato nmondracnt bearing his name that affects tho Cuban situation, has come out In a letter, evidently intended foi circulation among' tho membets of tho constitutional convention, in which ho cxplalus that by accepting tho terms of that bill tbe Cuban* Insuro their Independence. Senator Piatt ought to know.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

A Now York special snjs it is understood that tho Oakes slakes won at Epsom, England, lost woek by an American, amounting to some JfiO.OOO, will bo distributed among certain charitable institutions In Great Britain and this country. Charily is commonly supposed to cover a multitude of sins, but it may be doubted If it can bo so stretched aa to take in horao-raclng in all its phases and in tbo manner suggested. S | I

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

A trlnl of curlouß character is now on In Purls, In which ono Erneßt Purfnit, a Journeyman baker, Is charged with throwlug n tomato at Prime Minister WalderkIloussean and bis wife. Tho defendant sajs ho did not throw to kill, ns must bo apparent from tho missile, ho used, but that ho merely Intended to show his contempt for the government—a sort of tomato sauco, so to speak, tor tho ministry. Tho offense'of Parfalt 'was certainly trifling compared with that of a number of tho French royalists, nmong whom was Count Castollane, -who grossly'lnsulted President Loubot on a public occasion some time ago. .The fact that iho courts are fooling nnuy their time on this tomato thrower whllaf.Bome of the nrlstociatle offendora aro still nt laigu Is .calculated to bring French Justice Into more or less ridicule.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

Reports from Australia say that parllamake an investigation of certain companies incorporated In that .country during tho past five years. It unstated by bhareholders that they have paid; their money into 'concerns' whose 'status" wns fraudulently "represented to thorn* It 1b Bald that Western Australia has/yiltnessed the incorporation ot mole worlMcss companies than any other mln~,lng region and that Uie'ln'vestuiants have reached the great total ot $3,10,000,000. sum represents the shares Bold to the^ public ot London, Par| B and Australia, nearly every shnro having been sold ftl ?'j£ bovo V*r. Tho shareholders will seektto recover^s23o,ooo,ooo of thla'money but the prospects aro not at all encouraging.. It .appears to be cone'eded in fact that tho mining bubble when burst has left nothing for tho Investors.- i

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

, Is ngltatlug a ballot reform law and curiously enough It Is proposed, to follow.the law recently enacted -In the state of Maryland. It is oven claimed that Pennsylvania stands more In need of such n law than Maryland did and that the scandals that have attended elections in that stato aro too great to ho' longer borne. The Chicago 1 RecotdHerald Bays: , . "Ballot reform In Pennsylvania has a much greater- task before it than confronted the legislatuie of Maiyland. Tho demand is not only for a ballot that will be less favorable to tho doHlgns of party bosses, but for a ballot that shall represent tho intelligent and uiitrainmeled sentiment of tho voter. Tho present ballot law In Pennsylvania has a clause Known ae the '."assistance clause," which permits a voter to talto a helper into the booth with him. Tho possibilities of fraud • in such a ought to ho plainly obvious oven to a novlco In polltics. Under this clause superintendents or coal mines anil heads of liidumial establishmen...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

4 Mr. Pattern, president of Piincoton col- | _ lege,'in tl» course of his bnccalnuieato . sermon touched on national quebtlomt and I especially the moral issues involved. \ Among other things ho said: , ! '.- "There Is dlfllculty of a fundnmontal : imoral kind In regard to tho quostlou as to ■ whether the law of God thin controls In- 1 dividual life con contiol national life us well. And tho question la whether sou ' can Jnetlfy a good end brought about by tt wrong means. > j "The Great Kingdom of Orcat Drltain Invariably does Justice when she has once eslabllshnd her rule, but how much ruin tied cruelty «nd Injustice is done Just to get her flag thoro. Just no there are so many poople who aro vory benevolent In tho dispensation' of wealth, but so egiogrlously selfish In tho nccumraulntioii of It." ( ' Mr. Patloa seems Jo be a little troubled over the policy or Great Bilmln in whipping Into subjection weaker nations, destroying thousands of the lives of tho weaker poople ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Ellsworth. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

Ellsworth. —Mrs. S. N." Bowman has been on the nick list tho past woek with rheumatism. —Mr. William lllchardbon had ouu load of. hogs on tho Bloomingtoii market Saturday. —.Mrs. J. W. Kelley is teceiving a visit fiom her father, Mr. Pennington, of Lono Station. ,; —Mi. Charles Honglor, of Chicago, \iaited with hla undo, Mr. U H. Skagg, Sunday. , i ' . . —Mr. Vincent Sblnklo, of Normal, is visiting with his uncle, Mr. C. A. Shinkle, nnd other relatives hero. ' —Mr. n. F. Rax is building another house on which ho puiposes canning a travo'ling diy goods stoic. . , —Mr. iiml Mrs. J. DT Miller spoilt Sunday iu Snybrook with tlia former's paiontß. Mr. and.Mrs. VI. 11.'Miller. . —Mr. nud Mrs. John Bruinhoud, of Cooksvlllu,' visited over Sunday with the hitter's parents, Mr. sind Mrs. W. H. Millay. —Mr. Illmun Powell la receiving a,vlslt from' bin sister-in-law, Mis.- Chailes Powell, and'llttlo daughter, from Cibson City. ■ * . * —Mrs. llussell, of Tipton, Hid., who has boon visiting with ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Woodruff. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

Woodruff. —Dix Iladclirf visited at Covel Thursday. » ' ' —Mrs. M. J. Mlclteua visited at Lilly Wednesday. ■ i —Mr. and Mm. Herman Miller visited friends nt Mackinaw Friday. —Misses Maggie Tloach and Lillian Schlitj started to school at Normal Monday. - i —Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Thompson, from south of Hloomlngton, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Thompson Sunday. —Mr. George Springer, south of this place, started Tuesday tor Oak to eloao a deal 10r#320 ncios of laud; consideration $O,OOO. ,' . .

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Padun. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

Padun. —Mr. J. F. Morrissy shipped two car loads of hogs to Bloomlngtou tiom hero Friday. —Mr. aud Mrs. H. W.* Johnson and i-on arrived hero from Omaha, Neb, Sunday morning. —Tho social held hero Thursday owning, Juno 0, by tho ludlob of the M. 1!. church was laigoly attended and netted about $l4, which goua towards a new organ for the Umreh. —Next Friday, on tho old Ji'nniugs place, occupied by Ed. W'uiuplot, win be given a lawn social by the ladies of the Padua M. E. church This place is one and one-half miles uortli and one-quarter of a mllo west of Padua. Stiawburrica and cake will bo served. i i

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Deer Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

Deer Creek. —Dr. W. S. Osborn, wife and son, Telford, wore rccehed into full membcibhlp at the M. E. church Sunday morning. The board of trustees of tho M. 12. chuich luie concluded to spend about JSSO in repairs for the cluirch bulldlug this summer In painting, papering and other intnoi repairs needed. —William Suidor, who enlisted In tho Foity-fifth legimuit, and has been dofng hervki* for tlie past twenty monthh In tho Philippines, arrived honv* Bnnda>, looking well and glad to gel !>ack homo. —Tho Hpivortli league ice crroni social Friday eieniug was well patronized and theiu was about S2U added to tho liensisiy of the league. Tho Orpheus band attended dressed In their mm uniforms and made a tine appt aranco nnd rendered soino flue selections of music. ' t

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Didn't Marry for Money. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

Didn't Marry for Money. The Boston man who lately married a sickly rich joung woman. Is trappy now, for he got Dr. King's New Lifo Pills, which restored her to perfect u«s.lth Infallible for Jaundice, Utllmisnoss, Malaria, Pener and .Xeuv and all Uier and Stomach troubles. Gentle but oflectlve. Only 25c at \V. W. MaJiaon't, aod A. D. Stout's, Normal, drug stores.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AROUND HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

AROUND HOME. —Commencement exercises of the Pontine tonniihip high school will occur June 14. , —l'hillp Annan has sold his place north of routine, containing eight acres, for ? 1,000. , I —Dr. Arthur t, Koucho, of rctersburg, and Jlisi Clara M. Kenyan, of Athens, will be mauled June 19. ' < —Gcorgo Ci aw ford, of Pontine, purchared a Hub di aft horse ill Odolt weighing I.SOO pounds, for 1220 . —The Messenger Is a now independent weekly paper published lu Dwlght by Messri,. Peterson & Urawer. —Mr. Bastion, of Flanagan, has two mad cows. Tboy were bitten by a dog, und do not eat or drink uo> thing. —One hundred and oUty thousand bricks havo been purchased at Ronnoko tor the erection of the new Ji.ll at Eureka. —The K. of P. lodges of Chumpalgn and L'rbana will decorate the giaves of deceased memberu Sunday, June 23. —J. N. Bach has purchased the lumber and coal yarda of W. 11. Baitlett in i-'airbury, and will take possession Juno 13. , —ltev. W. M. C...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Mt. Pulaski. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901

Mt. Pulaski. —A daughter was bom Saturday to Mr. and .Mrs. Louis Weldeubachor.. —Elmer Mayer and Fred Alspncli are home from tho Unlvoistty of Illinois. —Miss Emma Mueller, ot Bloomlngton, is the guest of Miss Funnye liolstcn. —Miss Helen Himichsen, of Lincoln, is visiting tho family ot A. H. Torallnson. i, i | —Miss Mamie Turloy, of Auwnsso, Mo., arlvvd Satuiday to visit Miss Doia Obermlller. ' - > i —Miss Loulso Swain, of Decatur, is visiting her brother, Dr. Will Sninln, and family. 1 , —Mrs. J. K. Wood returned Sunday fiom Macomb, whoro she .visited friends thioe weeks. i , , , —MlbseH Alma Connelly. Anna Chrlstmnnii, Carrlo and Lillle Hupp, wore In bintolii Sunday. , | —Stubblobino's bnud will give the Ilrtt open nlr concert of the Benson Wednesday evening In the public squnio. —A. 11. Tomlluson, wife'and sou John, Oscar lluclt and Otto Hills wero e\curslonists from Docaturi to Indianapolis on Sunday. | ' , , —Mlbr Kato Weldenbachur, who has been iu' Springfield seve...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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