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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
A Wife Says: "We have four children. With the first three I suffered almost unbearable pains from 12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed under the influence of chloroform. I used three bottles of Mother's Friend before our last child came, which is a strong, fat and , healthy boy, doing my housework up &gt; to within two hours - - J of birth, and suf- i fcredbutafewhard v pains. This lini- / , , - est remedy ever made." Mother's Friend will do for every woman what it did for the; Minnesota mother who writes the above letter. Not to use it during pregnancy is a mistatc to be paid for in pain and suffering. Mother's Friend equips the patient with a strong body and clear intellect, which in turn are' imparted to the child. It relaxes the muscles and allows them to expand. It relieves morning sickness and nervousness, It puts all the organs concerned in perfect condition for the final hour, so that the actual labor is short and practically painless. Dan. ger of rising or hard brea...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
AMIILL \JJaMIMII!LII£ A 81 i "V i iafesS thirst can be quickly and Runkel Brothers' Chocolate. -, &lt; Try this recipe: Shake n 'cup and one-half of milk with two teaspoon- '- fuls of chocolate syrup in a shaker in which is a good handful of cracked ice. The syrup can be made by pouring one-half pint of boiling-water into a granite, pan, in which are &lt; three tablespoonfuls of Runkel Brothers' 1 ' ' Chocolate finely grated. Stir over a fire until the chocolate, is dissolved. Add two cupfuls of granulated sugar.. Let this cook until it begins to boil, stirring until the boiling begins and then let it cook, two or three minutes longer. After straining, and when the preparation is cold add vanilla extract to suit the taste. Other hot weather goodies are ice cream and,cake flavored with Runkel Brothers' products. 'Write us for FREE sample of cocoa. RUNKEL BROTHERS* CHICAQO: .4a Rtver Street. . NEW YORK: 445-447 W. 30th Strtet. &amp;OGOGOOOOOOOQOOOOOOO Go©O 0000...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
I*H"*'MM E. &amp; W. KXOUKSION RATES. ' For cheap rates at any tlnie during the Bummer, call on the undersigned. Spnce will not permit us to call purtlculnr attention to etch occiibloo Q, H. LKW3S. Agent. E. &amp; W. EXCURSION BATES. I1&amp;T5 TO BUFFALO, N. Y., and return, Juno 82 and 23. Good to return to leave Buflnlo up to and Including July 2 (mtdniKlu). These tickets to bo deposited with joint agent at llutfalo not later than midnight. June 24, and a fee of flu cents paid at time of deposit... • G. H.LEWIS. Arcnt. JIG POUIt .UXCUIiSIONS. W.IKI Torro Hauto. Ind , and return „••••• Juno 9|, S5, i!H «8 .5 Ft Wayne, tnd., and return .. Juno IS, IB Ml.-W Kansas City mid roturn JtineO. 10 110 55 to Detroit, Mich., and return,..! ' H.SS Peoria and return .Julv J. 3,4,5, u ,,,0,«,„ 18.30 Ctncinnntl, 0., ana return Julyfi, 0. 7 SIO 55 Detroit. Mich , una loturn.... July 0,7, 8 .Ask us about tnein. i:. D. GILLETTE, Agent. rno BUFFALO . BV THE ALTON. Excursion tic...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
LEGAL, •Stat,- ol lillnol.; NcU», .McLean circuit cuurt, to the "«JJ3 '" "&gt;« A.-D. M 01.« Charka K.?nJ!i,rffl'i' tr , u '""'- and John L. Lincoln, pari i"» l„ i \" """• Home Bros. &amp;* Llnco u,\".«„ 5 .1 atui.hmi.nt. " " Ua "-«&gt; la Xotfco 18 hereby ghen to the sji.i n. n ~ cloy that a writ St attaehmL 1, , W "* the clerk's office of the Ma, j„ "" -I court on the 20th day of M«, V d" ;V,', " tu, i bruliihi the estate ol the saij W| d ~'/'• , ' lt a demand of ei B hty.four dollar, ill " u V" wntH. and that the abme iniUM «,it J? '" piar before tald court on the i ur uiueiwiw ansnci ncrctn Judgment «ni i entered a ß ainst joti and tile i«,iJ at .. I !• ' be fauld. Da ad at Hy W. 0. ELDER. Depute. '' M "'"' LU|l &gt; JIKXIJV D. M'CNrEII, ftolnt.fr, Alto, EXECUTORS' NOTICE-XOtico 1, ),, Blvon that the undersigned, executors m ~ estate cr William E. -loml ns. uJ°.™ C d i M llAwl upon tbo July teim. A. a hSi V,»; county court or McLean couniv, sit. M...
THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
THE CITY. —All kinds of fresh* flsh"at Brown's Market. - " r •-5 . I —A laige 8-foot flag, $1.50. READ &amp; WHITE. —Ledoror's sanitary barber shop will open in now location under State National bank Wednesday morning. —Lederer's sanitary barber shop will open in new location under Stato National bank Wednesday morning. - I —Three high-grade ladies' bicycles at very low prices to close out.* HOLDER-ATHEV HARDWARES CO. j —All persons knowing themselves indebted to mo will call at once, Bottle and ; obl 'Se, E. R, GAFFRON. | —Compare our 4c lawns with anv O'/iC ones shown In the market. * I WILCOX BROS. I —Take your prescription to FrUon &amp; Sweeting, in the Eddy building, and have , It filled accurately and as the doctor orders. They use only the purest of diugs. —Prof. Fritter's personally conducted 1 an-Amerlc.in exposition excursion promises to bo a gloilous euccess. it is certainly a \ery satisfactoiy way to visit the exposition. —IS lbs granulated' sugar. $l. l...
Notice to Water Takers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Notice to Water Takers. —The water rents for quarter ending May 31 are now due and mu&amp;t be paid at once, or water shut off, as the revised ordinances civo no extension of time for payment. Tills rule wll bo strictly enforced and it not compiled with a penally of $1 will be charged before water can bo turned on again. 'H. W. SCHMIDT, Superintendent Water and Light.
CORN BELT BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
CORN BELT BANK. Removal Delated Until Wedncctlay —Owing to our Inability to get glass for front doors our removal to now building can not be made until tomorrow. Thanking our patrons for their patience and asking their kind indulgence but a few dais longer, we are respectfully, l i THE CORN BELT BANK.
Another Wife-Beating Case. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Another Wife-Beating Case. —Quite a sensation Is on In tho vicinity of Dry Gro\e, caused by the conduct of C. G. Boso, one of McLean county's teachers. Friday a'tcrnoon while Mr. Boso and wife wore replanting corn, be became angered with Mrs. Boso, and is said to have snatched the band planter from her and beat her cruelly. Mrs. Boso, In her fright, ran over to the nearest neighbor and on entering the house fainted away. Having recovered, she told her story and begged them to take her to the home of her parents, who live west of Danvors. Moauwhilo, Mr. Doso Is said to have gone to the house, and after, breaking up the furniture, hitched up bis horse and drove to Cnrlock, as was his intention boforo the trouble. Mrs. Boso, seeing him go by, shouted, ""Good-bye, Charlie, I'm going back home." He answered by telling her to go. Mr. E. Rengle, Justice of the peace of Dry Grove, was consulted and Mrs. Boso v. as taken to her father's home. The school board and Justice Rengle decided to me...
Normal's Strawberry Growers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Normal's Strawberry Growers. —The season for home-grown strawberries Is opening in Normal this week and many cases of this fine fruit were marketed from the fruit fartnß In that poighborhood yesterday. Among the lurgest growors of tbo fruit aro C. W. Eyobtonc, William Bright, W. A. Watson, James Adams, Wm. McMurry David Katon, Edward Oloring, and John Cunningham, and there are probably a scoro of others who have patches from V t to \$ of an acre in size. Tho two first named gentlemen had berries In . the market yesterday which a local, groccryman declared was tho finest ho had handled In thirty years of his experience and they were certainly a great attraction of tbo store where they were dipslayed.
Fraternity Plenics. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Fraternity Plenics. —The fraternity people of tho Wesleyan commenced (ho "festivities of commencement week yesterday by having picnic parties. The Sigma Chls with their lady friends went out to Houghton's lake and partook of a bounteous super, after which dancing and boating was enjoyed. The Phi Gams and ladies went to Kappa in the afternoon, wheYe a elinllar programme was enjoyed. I