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AFTER GREEN'S PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
AFTER GREEN'S PLACE. Tho committee on faculty has not decided who will succeed Prof.. Green, but hope to doclde today. There are a number of applicants for the place, among whom are Dr. DeMottc. It Is quite likely, how-' ever, that Dr. DoMotte will be retained'in his present position, at the head of the preparatory school. • The old officers of the board were reelected. Tho degree of D. D. was conferred on Hov. Chris. Gnleener, of Danville, and the degrees of the present graduating class were passed. There was no night session of the board. » *
Forty-First Annual Commencement. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Forty-First Annual Commencement. Ainlo Chapel was crowded yesterday afternoon by an Intelligent and musical audience, on the occasion of the fortyfirst annual commencement exercises of the Wesleyan College of Music. The programme was without doubt tho finest yet given by the college, and the claBS was the largest over graduated. Tho programmo, though long, was highly interesting, even to those not musically Cultured. Tho programme opened with a duet, played with vigor and dash by Misses Colllub and Pitman. This was followed by a \ocal solo, Song of the Winds, by David, sung by-Miss LUzIo Baldwin. Her voice ia a rich, pleasing contralto, and shows careful culture. The piano solos following, three In num,ber, tho first two of which were tho original compositions of tho player, wore well played. Mr. Mayer has much talent, both as a player and composer. A violin solo by Miss Bessie Andrus, camo next. This little maid showed much ability, nnd Is doubtless one of our future artists. In th...
The Alumni Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
The Alumni Banquet. The annual banquet of tho Alumni association was held at Cooper hall last night and was largely attended.- Dr. li. C. DoMotlo was toastnmstcr of the evonIng. The speeches weie made In a happy vein, the following progtnmmo bolug rendered: "Auld Lang Syne," W. P. Short; "Tho Long und Short Of It," C. 11. Long: "l'JOl in the Twentieth Century," Agueß Hall; "Our Sister Churches," W. S. Marquis: "Tho Wide. Wide World," James Oliver Nelson; "The Wesleyan of tho Future," W. W. Whltmore.
Colfax Alumni Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Colfax Alumni Banquet. —Tho annunl banquet of the 'Alumni Asroclatlon of tho Colfax high school, which was held Tuesday evening In the new DouglabH building, was one of the finest social functions ever hold In Colfax. Fully 173 plates wele set and tluoughout the programme was delightful. At 8:30 a lcccptlon was tendered the alass of 1901 in lhe upstairs ruoms and at 10 o'clock tho following menu was served by a Lexington caterer in the ground iloor room: Suited Almonds. * Sliced Ham. Crisp Potatoes, Nut Sandwiches, Shrimp Salad, I* English Broad and Butter. Cheese, Crackers, Stuffed Dates, ! ' Pickles, Olives, Ice Cream, Straw hurries, &gt; Assorted Cakes, Athena Wafers, Coffee, lion Dons. , The rooms wore decorated with tho 1001 class colois, lavonder, rose mid white, tho permanent high school colors, ollvo, green and white and potted and cut flowors. Tho walls weie adorned with views of tho school building burned last fall and thenew one now being erected; pictures of post...
WEST SIDE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
WEST SIDE NEWS. —Engineer Raftert'y and wife have gone to the west 'or a month and will visit In Denver. I ' I I I —Tho pay car 'got through lta work In this city at 2 o'clock yesterday atfeinoou and left at 2:30 for tho south. —Alton track layera were stopped from putting In a new side trade at Lockport Tuekday. Permission had not been nßked of the village authorities. i ■• —A special of empty coaches left yesterday afternoon for tho west and will bo used this morning to bring up the children from tho deaf and dumb and blind institutions lu Jacksonville for Chicago and points between, i &lt; I —Supervisor Jainca Dep--n, who has bad charge ot tho road betwoon Bloomington and Dwlght, has handed In his resignation. Mr. J. W. Taylor Miecoods him 'and IsiU brother of tho engineer superintending tho track olevatlo ulii Chicago.
MAY SETTLE THE TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
MAY SETTLE THE TROUBLE. —Superintendent Corbott was lu Car- ! Unvlllo Tuesday Interviewing tho mayor and citizens In regard to train accommodations in that city. Tho mutter was brought up by the suits filed against tli.i Alton for running Its trains through that city above the legal speed limit. According to reports from CarllnvUlo, Superintendent Corbett claims that tho city Is trying to persecute the railroad, and that (ho suits are brought for thac purpose.' Ho claims'that tho city has hotter train service than over before In its history. The people there do not think so, however, and will not be satisfied until they can visit Springfield and return the samo a&lt;i r- ' i i I J s-etuktmri
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
i ; LEXINGTON—Mrs. Pansy Hanson, of this city, was bitten liy a horse on Wednesday afternoon. She was watering the animal and was holding the bucket to the hoi no's mouth when the horse suddenly bit her on tho shoulder. Sho was badly /lightened but, tho injury Is not a dangerous one.
Saves Two From Death. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Saves Two From Death. 'Our little daughter had an almost him attack of v hooping uought ana bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K, Havllund o' Arinoijk, N. Y., "IJUt, when all other romrdlni) failed, wo saved licr life with Br. King's New Dlscoveiy. Our niece, who had consumption In an advanced stage, also need this wondeiful medicine and today she Is perfectly well." Dcsporato. throat and lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth. Infallible for Coughs and Colds. 50c and $1 bottles guaranteed by Vf. W. Marmon and A. E. Stout, Norma]. ) ,
The Christian Church Revival. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
The Christian Church Revival. —Thero was a good attendance at tho, Mid-week Lord's day at the Cbilstlau cluirch • yesterday, afternoon 'at 2:30 o'clock. Kcv. Mr. Ouuu, of Farmer City, was piesont and addressed tho mauling. Q'ho services last evening were doubly Interesting and enthusiastic owing to'the fact that Hov. J. V. Coombs, tbo noted evangelist, of Indianapolis, was present and at the clobe of Rev. Mr. Scovlllo'a sermon gave n brief but ablo &lt; address.* Rev. Mr. Coombs is a special frlcud of Evangelist Scovllle and this, was bis, ilrst opportunity *to hear Mr. Scovllle In a revival, although ho had ilsloned to a number of lectures given by the evangelist at chaulauquas. Rev. Mr. Coombs stopped over whllo on his way" to con-, duct rovlval* meetings. llo'lb a forceful, eloquent speaker, and In Introducing him Rev. Mr. Scovllle -wittily said Mr. Coombs was the maniwith but,one arm and one tongue Tho singing, by. the largo audleneu was- Inspiring and Prof." Smith sang ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
hruffiards Easily Hiss Ediin Williams Wants Every Lady , Reader of This* Paper to Know Hoif ~ She' Saved Her Father. -&gt;\ iked an- Odorless and Tasteless Remedy in His food Qulokly Curing Him Without His Knowledges . Trill PacUtißC of the Remedy Mailed Free To SUow How Easy It is To Cure ♦ Drunh»rdH. . * Vothhif? could be~ more dramatic or devoted .*.. x\\c maimer tn which Miss. IMith WUHunis, jjr t &amp;, Wnuicdiille, Ohio, cured her, drunken filit* after **eais of misery, wretchedness and ilnioit unbearable bUlTuiing. , • MISS EDITH WILLIAMS. ' * "Vis, father la a reformed man," she said. —! oui hit mil think"' It a miracle that I mud t without his knouledye-or consent. 1 hud itad ho* Mrs. Kute L&gt;uth, of 329 lUlis St., Pan Vtiadv.o. Cal, had cured her husband bv usihk. t ieitn.il) sicrclK in his coffee and food and f vroii to Dr. Hnlnes for a trial. When it cum* I juit some In father's toffee and food and watched him Ucwflv, #U he couldn't tell the dif...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
B»e&lt;l by AbsorpfiM POISON OAK . Tl, rough the pores of the sfcinlmaWpoisons'arej *""»» absorbed uito the Mood, deranging the circulation"! POISON IVY nnd " ffecfi "ff Hie constitution, as'quictfly''amij wm &gt; v m, seriously .w tfiose generated within tlie system.*Jnst*s BA RBER'S* ITCH midortheskm are innumerable hair-like blood = w ■■■*«• vessels, and connecting 'these, with' the, sk'inj LEAD AMi' BBAS&amp; are '"'"""is of small tubrabrglaiidsV through* Mi * i * r **" ■»*■*■«• which Uie poison is conveyed to the blobd'sys-i POISONING. ETC. t ?" 1, Vana S tlie spring and summer, while, v .wwn..*. M , •.« va Ule skln ]s most active and the jkreg,.^^. open, we are much more hable to be affected by Poison Oak aud Ivy and dangerous plants. Workers in brass, copper, lead and zinc have their health' im-» paired and the blood supply poisoned through - the absorption of fine"particles'of" these metals and the acids used in polishing and cleaning'them. Inlinlingt...