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Colfax. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Colfax. —I")r. Ltingstnff has commenced woik on an flegant new residence, southeast or the Chilhtlnn chinch H will consist of two •-'oikb and basement nnd will cost sev(r.tl thousand dollars. Vdain Whheiß aud Miss Komi nenline wen? married b&gt; Ho v. V. linker In the Chiistl.tn paiacnage on Thuiau.»j morning Doih icuttle in Lawndalo townhhlp and the biide la « daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Seth Ueiilltie. —Tho toucher* so far engaged for ue\t vcai aie Prof. V. C. Ptovvdloj, Mlbi.es Viola Musso&gt;, Ethel Goddard. Rose Cm - liigton and Uda Matheny and Mrs Cora Smith. All but Mis Smith and Ml«s covlnutou ate old leathers retained. Two moiu aie to be hhtd, making eight, the siiinu number m. at pteseut The assignment of roonih and the division of guttles will not bo mado imtll ihls &gt;eai'.s term Is fluUhcd.
McLean [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
McLean —Mall Carrier A ichor, on rural route No. 1!, uses it blL&gt;clu for his dellveiy ou da&gt;s when the loads are good. Ho* makes his twont\-ll\e miles easllj In three and a half houifl. —On May 20 Mr. Geoige W. Dye and Miss Hiidle Junius drove to liloomlnglon, and when they letunied Intiotltiteri thvmntlvos as Mr. iiml Mrs. D&gt;o, huUng been married by Rev. Mi. Shlpp, of Uloomlngton Gr.ii.tf 31. C chinch. The eouule woio bom mid rnlaotl In McLean iiml have man&gt; fi lends, who wish them ninth Joy. —Thee McLean Cemeleiy Association ha\o built on thy grounds a neat and substantial tool house and waiting loom, with settees ami u sto\e foi the accommodation of thobe who nio compelled to wait thcie in mine oi told weather. Tbo&gt; ha\e sunk a well thirty-live feet deep and on Wednesday iccoi\cd a one-hot su (Jaboin nioner with n three-foot cut, for use in kttplng the giuas LUt.
Foodland. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Foodland. —Mis. Isaac VnnSchoyck is entertaining her utothtr from Gibson —Mr. Itoilln Tajloi and famll&gt; vlhlted o\oi Stimlav with his biothet ot this plate. —Mi Mjera of Ljtlevillo Is \ (siting hta two daugbtets and Itlh son heie this week —Mi George A. Do Louis and two sons, Alton and Stanley, are In Chicago this week —.Mr*. Van Velsor of VI. Scott, Kas . has arrhed to spend the summer with hu daughter, Mrs. .1. M Mu&gt;nll.
Arrowsmith. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Arrowsmith. —Ml«s Maude Ila/ul of Missouri is hero \lnitlug iclati\es. —Mrs. Small Craig went to mil bury on rrltlnj on an extended \islt, --Miss llannle AVampler \isltied her untie in Dloomlngton bO\eral diijs this w t-ek —The Children's day piogramme will be ghen at the Chiistian church nevt Kuuda&gt; c\eulng. —Mis Willam Thompson has been w»te sltk this week. At prtscnt her condition is ImproMng. -nider J \\ Smith and Ue\. Mr. Ketr both attended the Sunday school tonNeiitinn at llloomingtnn, —Mr. .tiul Mrs, W, It llougham expect in attend the Tan-Auietlean exposition at lluilulo in about two weeks Tiny win J).- aeiompnnled by Mr and Mr* John WjckulT, of Ulooinlngtou.
Greenview. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Greenview. —Frank and Ada Kenton spuiit Sundin }» Tallula. —Mr and Mis J. W. .lones spent Uocorat!ou dav In Ashland. --W llll.im Collliigiioud catno up from KpriiiKtlold Thursday e\ oiling. —JVttr MllJei, Mho Is Morhlne. in IVo--13.i. cumo tiomu to spend Pt'coiatlon da&gt;. —II .1 Mitbold lias sold hii hoiso Huppot-iJtaKS to a titan In Cleiclnnd, o lnhnnlo Aniltoe, ri.uik Johnson and I'nul nuuTy droie to Ma&amp;on Clt&gt; Thm filial i toning. Mi John I-nrson "ind Minn Matik A Amloisuii, li'th of thll city ucio mauled at tin. SwulMi clliuch at 7 o'clock 'I hnrstiay etching. I In. instill l.lcht lodge of Hill, city gne an lie i'i,'mi supper and tlanco Ui.ln.'fcdai night Tho&gt; Mill iihi llio p-ooculH to putt hiiti' a p'tino. -A mooting «"•&gt; lii-lil In tho Opcia lons rrlilnl night for thy purpose of making pri puatlcni, foi cclibrnlilig Ibo I ourth ot July
He is a Wonder. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
He is a Wonder. All «ho sec .Mr. Or Collier, of ChoroKco la . att ho is nun, cheerful, oioct, ilcnroiik. ulthout an ncha, eould h'irdly bi'ltnc bo I" tho b,iino man. nlin. a hhort lime iiko. bail to ill in a chair, pioppod up hi minions, Mifloriiiß lntcnwly from nil aching back, In .isonj If ho tried to htoop-ull tauacd b&gt; chionlc kiilnei trouble, that no modlrlnc helped till ho unil Bloclrlc Bitters nnd una wholly inri'd bi tbico bottles cuit'B backiche, normuanosit. loi» of nlipt'tlle. al kUn„! ttoublen. Onlj 60c al Win. \V. Vormon'it, lllumuliigton; J!u«li Itobb's, Hi t urn th, A C Stout's, Normal, drug falorih
AROUND HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
AROUND HOME. —'J he order of Yeoman was organized io Vithtnn litis week ' ■— L'rbana in ad\uutUng a rock pile io tolM) tin* tramp nuKmre. —Champ iij;n'H Jin* department has bom Dtted ou*. with new uniforms —Odd JMJows ami \Vrnn)mvn of Vhlio ulll dominie on Sunda&gt;, June 0 —Tho noxt annual convention of photoKraplnra will be held In Peoria In 1902. --'Jho Deluvan tlty water works tower and tank v. 11l be put in proper repair aL a eo-. i ot $3OO —'l ho new &gt;l n church oC VIHu Grove, (Jfjfitiip.JK'i counts, wan dedicated Sundaj free of debt. t'ol. .1. S Wolfe, or Chnmpilgn, win be the HptMhLr at the annual Phllo Old Settlers' picnic; Satuidaj, June 8 —'.MjjJHlicM nillt a population of 500 Is au i nlei prising village with six eluvaton,, the churclifj,, good Hhoolb und a banking Institution. -Mr \N. A. Adams, Instructor In ilwtoi U at the Champaign unnoiHitv, has ro-t-ipnod and will siudj law at the Unlvursltj of Michigan. » —ClHto his a pou Jilt ion of -100, two tl...
San Jose. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Sa n Jose. —Chester Phillip is homo for a sbort \ At *Hlan. —The tottagu of C. I*\ Schllngor Is now iieiuini; completion. ~.Mrh A*lnm liberie icturnod home riiiluj from a visit with lelatives in I'tldn —The Mioses Ljoia Jacobs and Mabel llulllngci aie attending the county instfuiu m Ila\unn this week —Pijit a Smith aru laying the founilfttloii foi a model elevator on tho site uf the old one whirl) a few weeks ago wits dculrojed b&gt; lite. —Jlc\ Mi. Margaret of l*ekfi), deliver&lt;'d tin excellent leume on M llun&gt;an" 10 n well tilled house at tho Gorman M C church Wednesday evening, May
Hopedale. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Hopedale. —The programme Riven Thursday in hoiioi of the old soldiers who gave thuir U\e«* In the rebtllion was \ory appropriate mid u largo crowd was present to hear It. —The conceit given by Miss Stuhbs and her clues on Thursdnv evening was «ell rendered mid etijo&gt;cd by a large house, nearly oveiy seat in tho Opeia lioube being taken.
GOING NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
GOING NORTH. Arrirve \ it * Palace v.-0 tun •MitlnlKht biMiolHl i.y.i.\mi j ' *Jv. C a oil CnlCAuo Itfmfui! ttm *l*actttt!Kxprtitft.... o.lu»V J f!- I'* 1 '* •Cnlrajro Atcommodatlou \ r *'lho Alton r&gt; ' lf ;l'iulrlo State Expruss..... 4:S3pm\ If" • ♦Chicago Accommodation \ * , 1( *SpilngUeiaAccom 9.10 am i i lr * *.S)mnL'llel(l Accom 0:fiO rm » * 4 :\\u&gt; Kci(?ht. ..„.„!) t .j
GOING SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
GOING SOUTH *l»a!«ce Express I alum I i s t •Mldalxht bWtal : 3.50 tm I •'" •SprluKtleltt Accom *,u i, m I ' r ~, il'rulrle blase Exprcit ....)!&gt; 41 nm J I ' ' *U!oomltiKton Accom uno uui 1 ~ v ' " •The Anon Limited .i a, ,,,,. I . , i\\ jj rrcipht " 1 i '-