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LEROY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
LEROY. —Miss Eva Kelioy, of Fisher, was in over Sunday visiting Miss Leo Lott. —Marshals Clark and Maberry appear in police helmets now, which adds much to their dignified appearance —A new concrete walk will bo laid from the City paik to the Big Four depot, half of which expense will ho borne by the city and the other half by the property owners. —Miss Robinson, of Woldon, is visiting Dr. Taylor and fnmily of this city. —Mr. and Mrs. Hechtel, of this place, ar 0 spending a few days with Mrs. Boehtel's father, Mr. James M. Eskcw of Flndlay, 111. —Supt. William Fry and family of Maroa, are in Leroy to spend the summer.
Anchor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Anchor. —Amos Yoder and v. tie, of Fifer, arc- tim guests of Mr. James Reed. '""•'•ao —IV .Mcßeynolds and B. E, Castle aro in lowa on a prospecting tour. —Mr. J. F. Ethell, a land agent of Pi ou , Falls, N. D., is here on business. —Mrs. C. D. Morris and Mrs William Mcintosh nre visiting in Nounul.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
IV.WiH I 'Three liven or Jo*«* tindor fhte bending 'for 18c*re»* d»y or BOcrer week. Additional line* nt vamc rntc Cnsb donn. naaraTßW \ /ANTED—A position uy n lady Monographer; experienced. Address *'U. H.," caro I'aalaKrnpb. _ JII--V* "\\f-ANTKD—»U "once —"Competent sicoob- »* rapher, one Mho tins oiurnteil Oliver iji)ewritor pre/erred. Csill at. ilooin 3i&amp;, tdily lluiMing.. jll-tf iwAJCTnD—A&gt; competent uirl (or ucncrnl V» hou*:uork. MHb. OMAIt HAWfcON, t&lt;» E. WaslilUk-ion-tu ~ jll-if W'/.NTuu—A Rood plrl for nenernl hou-c- -» ' .work. Oall ut -105 I!. Wuah'.iiKton-sU «.• t VA:vTJ3D— A (rood flirt or utlwlle-Bfrttl » » womnn for yauerni houMsworlc In lninUy of tbree. Call utGKAIWS Grinurj, U Gro\e. 1 k'iaxk h, ru.vic, COT JC. McU'ull. JIO-Jl \/ ANTKw—Oirl JorßeneruJ homework; no washing or Ironing. *7og K, Jueltson-M~«ii \wAMEu- Competent tfirl for cent; ml T &gt; housework; miioH ftimllv. floa iZ. Market. \\7 ANTED—CIooU Hirl for general ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
'FOR SALE. IJJM.I.I.IBJJ.IJJJIU 01! SAW:—Kcsinurant In ttloomington: In . KOoii location, doing excellent business Ox nor in poor henltu and must net nut. Will sol) nt uctunl linolcc cobt. U. L. kUUAS, o\or JJuiin'B. &gt; - Jll-ltt J7UDR SALK—Host jmjinc restaurant In to- - pnit county, bmtiiß lino clear, leu crsr.ni eotlii iiml ronrectloiiPry trade, uoiLU 5"00. for HW If talton immedlnteJy; hnvo to i&lt;o to Texas to luok after oil Interests Address " Kestnurant," care of Atlanta Argus, jll -tit SALH—A bed-room .suite Tor Bft und X 1 other Jiou&amp;chold articles. Call L'lOSciulri-nry-avu. jll-lt K. Jeffeison-at. 17011 SAI.U-FinoUo'.Rlnn lures o( r.nellsli J nnd Cnltlornln stock: vdl bred undficore Mcli. Your.K bucks. U to #lO, doeb. fi to 44 Central Illluois llalelun llato Co, Wiisliliiktoti, 111. nox2s. jlO-L't IT'OU S,M.E—KerrosMmem privilege in Gcrniun vlllnffi) ilurltn; Jubilee. Apply to W.H. HICE, Jubilee Headquarters. jlo-2t OK SALC—l.'iesU coir. Coll...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
QARDENS. LAWNS. • If you would have the I'osi Lawns and Vegetable Gnrtleiis, me cur tested j-ceds. There are none better., A WAMiIiUKN &amp; fcQNS, * Florists and Seedsmen, 531 Kotth Main street. Dealers In Fruit Box Material. LawnVuses, Flower Pots, .lurdlnlercs, *. Garden Implements, eta. H.S E BENJAMIN, * *• PIANO VUXMC&amp;SO Enst Mulberry. GniOuaio of Tuning Department of New Knglimd Conservatory, IJooton. pOR SALE. right-room, modern Improved house:, paved siicet; CiwtsWc: Krcat u.ir£utn; ia.OOtt !0-room house, Inrce lot, e!4,st aide, ut bargain, 7-room; modern unproved; corner lot; »1.8(K); nice cotWice; at bargain. Choice building lots; bmall tracu 5 and 10 acres adjoining city. Cull at DOKUEU.VDAUEL., 218 West Washington-st. G. MELLUISH. Civil Engineer, and Surveyor. Office: First Nuttonal Bank Bulldlnß. pOR SALE—Bargains. 318 acres, best farm In McLean county WOO 105 acres, lmprovod farm near Wayncsvlllo 75 JO acres, farm south or city 110 JO acres, Improve...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
CARD OF THANKS:*-' \ VTe wish to express our appreciation of tho kindness nnd assistance shown us durlnij our great bereavement In the death of our boloTed wife and mother. Wo'extend eipcclal thank* to Rev. Cillllland and the slngors for ihelrlilnd service. JAMES DURHAM AND CHILDREN*. " Solid Comfort ; Lawn Chairs Fold flat whoa 0-„ cot lu use Ojl" "Uwanta" Hammocks oh&lt;i Swing. Just the thing _- for your porch S»UC I vij^ Hardwood 4=Passenger Swings. The best mnOc—shipped out by freight. All the Latent Things In Hammocks Prom tJOC UP5S~See our new.Golf Plaids. They are tonutlos. WEST SIDE SQUARE. READ &amp; WHITE
Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
■^w-jy •J-\.^ithnch;p ur , one is never trouble , v or ulcers. A cut on «,•-•&gt; Wl DC noils, sores. A polluted blood is always a menace to health : not "onTvdoe« hcdl «"fi skin in a chronic state of inflammation, but every organ and fibre „f «i ? suffers from an impure and sluggish circulation. You never feel well y 0 „ f bod y le load of i,„p. le load of i,„ p . and oftenXefe^ Sores and" ulcers are most T """op into Cancer. often caused by poverty of &gt; * an \ lot ?, d with a severe soro the blood .and a.Wand SSSu^J^r^Li* 04 . J^T^! l^ ~—.i , 01 * $l,OOO to what 'ho soro !piove&lt;l ing into the flesh; muscles, I " -" J- B. TAI/Bert, j ° PoUntl a. tissues, and even down into ' x 8 • • Winonn, Klea the bones, and are such a tax upon the system that it is hard for the ™ii,.„',, recuperate, and a simple malady often proves fatal • . y-"'uit to c" c 1 SO q»ickly or surely restores lost strength and vitality to the blood ~ S. S. S. It is an antidote for the s...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
PROFESSIONAL C. J. Simshauser, "NURSE AND MASSEUR. Hcsidence M East Jlonroo-st, Graduato of Uattlo Crock Sanitarium scWi for Nurses and Masbours. ""'»■■■ scnool NEW 'I'HONE 571. ESEHffia DR, ,L. A. BURR. Late Leoiurer on Diseases of Women In l'o,t peon In Poit Graduate and Clmrlty Kospiiui,, Oiiiicral Practice and Consultailou. DKeasti or^,°" 1 SS l i"?,S'! I , r,(er J'- , Eleotrlclty usca OfllccSffii &amp; tet UrleMiolm UulWliik. Hours 1010 IS und ato •). Telephone now tip DR. ANNIE E. KELSO. Specialist in Diseases or Womln. T I 2:00 to -4 p. m. OFFICE AT HOME SANITUIIU.Y 807 Norlh Miiiu-sb, Uloomintton in Totcphonos. old und new—3l7. Br. G. 11. KIJLSO lb now io Europe DR. J. B. TAYLOR. EYE, EAR AND THROAT PRACTICE. _, ' urlesbolm Bldif, 215-ia Tolsptaones (new)—Offlue IN7, Kvkidonco lax DR. CHARLES E. CHAPIN. 511-12 UJUBSIIBIM BTHI,III.\G. Hours—ll to 12 u. m.: 2to i p m saturd Itesfdenco-iW East Grovo-st. 'l'lioues-oM 1W: now ua. DR. F. C. VANDERVORT SUUGEBY AND GENERAL F...
THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
THE CITY. —Soft shirts at K'opp's.'lOS'sfnln street. —Buttcrtne, 10c. v NIERGARTH'S. —Uest butterlne, 10c. NIERGARTH'S. , —3c a yard secures stylhsh hot weather ehoJHes at Wilcox Bros'. ,"•'.' V —Decorations of all kinds, carnhnl co 'ors. READ &amp; WHITE. —Ledorer's sanltßry barber shop , will open in now location under State National bank Wednesday morning. —Ledorer's sanitary baiber shop will open in new location under State National bank Wednesday morning. —Particular nbout your laundry? Let us try.it. Wo please paiticular people. I MODEL LAUNDRY GO. —Lots in Parrltt's subdivision sold on easy payments to parties deslilng to own .n home. Inquire of Pnrrltt Jewelry Co., 100 south side square. —Patent fancy flour, ?]. Best Hour milled, $1.03. Pillsbury XXXX Hour, sl.or&gt;. Ceresotn flour, SI.OS. MY STORE. —Some people are satisfied with Inferior laundry work, because they &gt;have never seen really high grade laundeiing. Give lib a trial MODEL LAUNDRY CO. ...
Use Gas and Keep Cool. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Use Gas and Keep Cool. —lf you ute a gas range 5011'H not mind tho hot weather. Your kitchen will be comfoitable and jour work will be easy. Gas Is the most economical, the safest and the most satisfactory fuel. We sell gas ianises—on easy payments If you wish —at cost and connect them free of charge. UNION GAS CO.
For This Week. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
For This Week. —S',£c Lonsdale muslin, C'/4o Best tnblo oil cloth, I'.",&lt;:C. All brands 6c calico, 6c; ginghams, oc; dninlng cotton, 2e; satin baby ribbon, lc yard; pepperell R muslin, sc; our popular low juices on shirt waists, skirls, muslin undci wear, bolts, fans, , umbrellas nnd parasols. Headquarters for hosiery and underweur, ftom 5c up. WOOLEN MILL STORK.
Eight Trains to Buffalo [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Eight Trains to Buffalo —From Chicago via Lake Shore &amp; Michigan Southern railway. Including two new ones Judt placed In service leaving Chicago at 3 and S:3O p. m. and reaching Buffalo the noxt morning at 0:50 and 10:30 respectfully. New Pittsburg service—through sleeper from Chicago at 10:36 p. m., reaching Pittsburg 11:15 the next morning. Low rate PanAmclcan and tourist tickets now on sale Send 4 cents In stamps for interesting printed matter. M. S. Giles, T. P. A., Chicago P. M. Byron, G. W. A.
Short Pharagraphs [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Short Pharagraphs —Mr. Samuel Burnett ot Chatham, 111., Is visiting in the city. —MJbs Josephine Wilcox, of Chicago, is the guest of Mrs. A. D. Funk. —Mrs. Nettie Leland Funk, of Pontiac, is the guebt of Mrs. A. D. Funk. —Attorney F. M. Lyon and family, of Greencastlo, Inn - ., are visiting Dr. O. L. Lyon. , —postmaster F. C. Davidson and Mr. Carter, of Clinton, were in the city yesterday. , —Mrs. Augustus White, formerly Miss Lucy Smith of Chicago, Is the guest of friends in this city. —Tho social committee of Co., D, have secured tho score card privilege for tho base ball game on June 19. —Prof. A. C. McDonald and family, of Milwaukee, are visiting Mr. McDonald's Bister, Mrs. J. Wlckizor. ' —Mr. Grant Wlllard, who has been in Mississippi and Alabama since last fall, returned home yesterday. —Mr. and Mrs. Howard Humphreys and son leave today for Charlevoix, whore they will spend the summer. . —Miss Mary Hasbrouck, of Effingham, is \lsitlng Mr. and Mrs. J. L Hasbrouck, of 602 North ...
THE FLOWER PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
THE FLOWER PARADE. Much KntlianliiMn lining Tiilicii in Thli Feature or tlieOubllco-Ciiruliul Nebk— Prizes Aro ORereil, —The Interest ana enthusiasm In the flower parade to lie given on Flower day, Thursday ot next week, during the Jubllco carnival, Is glowing rapidly, and there la every indication that this feature will he an unqualified success. The floral parade committoo met yesterday and decided to offer thiee prizes for the throe vehicles in the parade which arethe best decorated. The pilzcs will ho placed on exhibition this week, probably In the windows of Colo Bros.' store. &gt; ,
TWENTY-EIGHT ETRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
TWENTY-EIGHT ETRIES. So far there hn\e been twenty-eight vehicles promised to take part in this flower paiade, and it Is believed that thoio will bo fully fifty buggies in line when the procession starts Thursday. The ladles of Uloomington are taklug a good deal o£ Interest in the matter and any of those who may desire to take part In this display will be welcomed upon sending an application to either ot the following gentlemen, who compose the. flower day committee—J. J. Pitts, T. A. Bialey, IS. W. Cole, Spencer lining and H. O. Davis, This committee had n list of twenty-five ladies In this city and Noimal who make paper lloweiii, so that there will bo no trouble In getting an ample buppls. Everyone desiring to purchase thcto dowels may socuro the name of makers from any incmhei of the committee on flower parade. Thoro ato also three professional decorators In the city, and In case anyone has a ilg and dues not caie to docornto It himself ho tan easily secure the soivlces of one of...