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Fourth Ward Mothers' Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Fourth Ward Mothers' Meeting. —Mis. Ona Hamill, president of the Fourth ward Mothers' organization, repoits thifl there will be n meeting at the Emeison school Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All mothcis ot the ward invited; business of Importance.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Downs Programme for Fourth. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Downs Programme for Fourth. —Downs will celebrnto the Fourth. The following (s n imrt of Wo piogrnmmo for thut day: President of the iliiy, Jeicnilntt Whltcomb; \ Ice-preAldonts, n. 11. Roadman, Finnk Cow den, T. F. Denning. L\ J. Cl.tik, J. A. Davlk and 0. \V. Sowub; murahitl, A. M. Snvldgo; speakers, ltev. Mr. Goodo of Xoimal. Prof. John C. Hall. Whitney, lud., Itovs. W. A. Dawbon, A. (}. Glialrett ami Fred S. Sehinlit; leuitatious, Misses Luln Duckies, Pearl Mlkel and Ml. Charles Ghairett; solo, Mrs. Leo Piatt; duett, Misses Fay Lawrence and Fay Young; kolo, Hay Lawrence. Downs double quartette will stun suveial selections; InMyimental music by Colo liros', string band and by the Uooloy chlldien oichestin.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Correction of Exaggerated Report. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Correction of Exaggerated Report. —Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Uoso, of Dry Grovo, called at the Pantngiaph ofllce Wodnesda> and made a brief statement concerning their dlffuieuccb, nbout which an exaggerated report was ghcn to the Pontaginph. They admitted having had a quurtel and that both "were to blame, but they each bald tbnl tho mailer had been satisfactorily settled and that they anticipated nu further bieak In their domestic peace. Mrs. Hoao went home to her vnrouta Filday durlne her husband's absence and returned Saturday. Mia. Hoso suld that her husband had never laid hands on her with Intent to do injury; nor had he over stitick her lustiument, or threatened to strike her. Mr. lloso has taught the Diy Giovo school for two years In n very satisfactory manner, gieatly Improving the school, and he has been lotalned for tho coming year.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Commends Pantagraph Articles. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Commends Pantagraph Articles. —Supt. J. S. Wion, of McLean county schools has lust hnd printed 1,600 neat and attractive booklets, using two lengthy nitlcles fioin the Pantograph. It Is euUtled, "Agrlculural Topics and School Libraries In McLean Couny.' In introducing tho pamphlet Mr. Wren ba>s: "Tho Pantograph has rendeied McLcnn county schools n ronl service by publishing In its columns full and accuiato reports of what our teachers havo donu toward Introducing agricultural ioplcs into our country and village schools, and securing for them sultablo librailes and general Improved conditions. Theio Is no well defined limit to the wholesome influence of the newspapers when their work is so carefully and well done." In this booklet the teachers or each school dißlrict report their success lu teaching agilculturo. A detailed account is nlso given of school librailes in this county.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Hastling Strawberry Grower. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Hastling Strawberry Grower. —The Pautagraph's coi respondent at McLean writes: "Mr. Albert Stovens, fluuthwest of McLean, on rural mall route No. L\ lius a line strawberry patch fiom which ho Is picking live or six crates a day. Mr. Stevens, who makes n hand In picking station and weighs 225 pounds, Jias contrhed a sort of horseless cairlugo with four low wheels and a canopy top, of which he is the motor. On this lie sits in front with the ciate behind. "Straddling" a tow ho nils a box, exchanging It for an empty one and moving along till the ciate Is full. As "Al" Is n filend of tho labuiiug man, he docs not propose having this invention patented." • ,

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Brother and Sister Reunited. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Brother and Sister Reunited. —Wednesday morning Mis. Eb. Craig, of Leioy, was ogiooably surprihed by a viblt from her brother, Mr. Homy Howutd, whobe present lesidcnce Is Chicago, but who foimerly lived in Ireland. The brother and sister were separated when Mrs. Craig wnb 15 years of ago, she leaving Ireland at that timo and coming to America. This was the llrst meeting of the brother and sister for a period of foity years. i it)

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Big Armature Installed. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Big Armature Installed. —Tho big armature at the power house of tho Consumers' Heat- and Electric company Is now installed tho work being about completed yestei dey. This Is thu biggest piece of electrical machinery In the plant. It Is of 450 horse power, the one formerly Installed being only onethird the now one or 150 horso power. The nrmnturo weighs a good many tons and is of tho latest pattern.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Spring Medicine of llie greatest 1 importance. This . 11,0 most critical, season ot tho "„• floin a health standpoint. - "n is tlio ti,nc when you imperatively ocdllootVsSareapiivma. It will tpvo )' ou ..? S 00 & appetite, , r i(v awl enrich .your blood, build ami s'''a(ly J' our nerves, overcome thai find teelin?, give mental and jjircstivc short, will vitalise J our wliolo, being, and put , oU in pel feet health. \, ' Don't delay taking it. Don't e.s'poi'iment with others. Get (ll!1 i u liieh trial'and 'test have proved t l,o best — ,_ »,' ._ . HOOD'S; - Sarsapariila Bes t for Bprlne-"I have taken Hood's fc.iriaparllla« hen neeilea for sovernl flrs and mould not be without It In tho imi'C. It " an excellent medicine and I heart!!} rccoiiiinend its use In the spring and ot any time when a blood purifier and tonic Is needed." Sin's. V. M. Foote, 21 lotos Passaic-N. J. Snrlng Fever-" Ijhavo taken Hood's crsajurllla for ray spring medicine for yenis »" d ,inve a^'aj' s - f...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

PUTS THE "GINGER" IN. Tho Klntl of Fooil L'lcd by Athletes. A former collogo athlete, one of tho long distance runners, began to logo bis power of endurance. His experience with a change In food Is Interesting. | "While I was in training on the truck athletic team, my dully 'Jogs' became u task, until after I was put on Grape-Nuts forj two meals a dny. After using the food for two weeks I felt llko a new man. My digestion was perfect, nerves steady and I was full of energy. I "I trained for tho mile and the half-mile runs (thobo events which require so much enduinncej and then the long daily 'Jogs,' which before had been such a task, were clipped off with ease. I won both events. "The Grape-Nuts food put me in perfect condition and ga\c me my 'ginger.' Not only Has my physical condition made perfect, and my weight Incieased, but my mind wus made clear and vigorous bo that I could get out my studies in about half the time formerly required. Now inobt all of tho unl\ersity men use Gra...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Call on us ij yen want to'see' the* nicest' assort 0/ Fancy Plates in Bloomington. They range in price \! "', ''J from sjc to $7 JO. ' All sizes and all prices. " >, - * - , H ""'' Elite Chi*K is now the fact of the day— , * .«• ' t js,,' u n \ arid we carry a full line of plates and salad dishes. *] „", ' '} £ Dinner Baskets come handy when you go to spend a day"'. In the woods or on an extended trip. It will cost you nothing toiod\i' % through our store and see what we have. " -"',".. 7/ Hunter's Bazaar* 109 West Jofforson-Bt. ' • . ' \ - .." J. W. Hunter, Proprietor. Formerly of 990 Store. --•■"•. Protect Yourself; ; VOU needn't haye, insects <■' : about your house lif you"]' : take the right steps', to.get I;' ; rid of them. Our * insect I powder is pure—as is, our. !;'"'„ Paris.Green and London 1 !;'' f Purple. \\' \\\ Ripley & Strickland. £■"£ Lt<xrge ■ assortment. Latent style. Lobvest prices. •• Quality to satisfy the most fastidi...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LITTLE ABOUT SEVERAL THINGS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

LITTLE ABOUT SEVERAL THINGS

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A SUMMARY NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

A SUMMARY NOTE. Now climhs the mercury on high ,/- And coal descends 'ln price; . ! We hall the wagon, rumbling by, j - With dilpping sides of ice. It's hot on high, and hot below,'. Languid tho lilies lean And for an avalanche of snow { We'd give it world of green. ' i ' —Atlanta Constitution. —Tho Chicago Tribune says that "there Is one base ball club worse than the Chicago Remnants. It is tho Evansvillo (Ind.) lt has won five,.and lost tweiity-sl\-games. Evansvillo 1b stronger on literary clubs' than on base ball clubs." —A murder trial is being held in a grove down In Galena, Mo, to accommodate the crowds. It is a wonder they don't introduce a skirt dance or two between witnesses. ' —A Cleveland electrician is reported to have fallen from a forty-foot pole after having accidentally received a current of 2,200 volts through his body. Ho escaped without Injury except for slight burns on his hands. Ho should accept tho auspicious omen and buy a lottery ticket. He's in line for tho ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE NEW SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

THE NEW SONG. Wo raved- at the wearlbome winter ' Deep-freezln' Its way to the soul; Now we'ie lougin' to go j , To chill regions of snow, -On a trip to the polo—to the pole! ' i We're longla' to sail on an iceberg , In zones that are frigid to roll, , ' Whero the bleak norther howls i An* the Polar bear growls. On a trip to tho pole—to the' polo! —"lt's really too hot to preach," said the Hillville minister, "and I will only call tho attention of the congregation to Die thounonieter, which is in the nineties. The brethren have only to glance at it to know what they may strike hereafter. Receive the benediction." i | , —A Kansas woman declaicd during her suit for divorce that all mon except her father wero deceivers aud wretches. She was asked to' modify her statement so as to Include tho presiding fudge, but declined to do so. ■ i i , —"My son," said a fond parent', "always be on time. It Is Just as well to bo a llttlo ahead of time, but never bo behind time. You know when you ntte...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE PICNIC DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

THE PICNIC DAYS. Tho picnic days! The picnic days! Thoic's music in the sound, And soon In light ntllre we'll seek the shaded woodland ground. Will revel in the sports and plays with laughter laden eyes, • Aud pick trespassing bugs and things trom out dyspeptic pies. Aud cast our apprehensive looks toward the glittering clouds , That au;ithe the arching heavens In their dark and whirling bhrouds. Theu sndly wander home again whilo shocking angel enrs, With bad words as J. Pluvlus assaults us with bis tears. ■ —Denver Post.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE OTHER SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

THE OTHER SIDE. —Consider now tho garments that aro worn by man. * I '' i Verily we bit down and'make much talk concerning the garb of woman. And we shout with loud volco that she Is bent in the brains when It comes to gnrments. i I And that she would attire herself In a carpet suck cut on the bias if it were the fashion to do so. Wo point the linger of scorn at nor If she is In style. ' i And we pass her up If she is not.' 'Woman has a hard time of It, truly. ■« But let ub think a few times at the innrk which ts known as man. ' Verily ho inakcth of himself a sight to drive borne folks to strong drink. Ho chnngeth the manner of his garb each season, even as women. But he doth not make over Inst seaton's raiment to mcet--this season's plana :>ud specifications, i I , Not any. J ' J Nay, nay, my son; he hieth unto the tailor and snyeth unto him: "What is tho latest wrinkle in trousers?" And the tailor showolh hlra that the wnlst Is half an inch looser and the knee one Inch ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Planagan. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Planagan. " —Supervisor Litchfield Is 'ln Pontine th'ls week attending the meeting of that body. 4 ' —J. ,H. Llnnerman, jr., has" gone to Pekln'to spend a week's \acatlon fishing on. lllinois-river. —H."'R. Mclls has broken ground for his large bouse which ho Is- going •to build on North Jackson t streot. —Mlbs Fillingham's class gave quite an Interesting recital r at Mr? E. Litchfield's "home. Monday evening. —Helen Lutyen, Delbort Mells and Eddie Richardson wore the lucky ones that passed- tho final examinations. —Several - from here will attend tho commencement exercises of tho Pontine township high school Friday evening, June U. ' -, —Wilcox Bros, force of icarpentors have just completed a large barn for Joseph Yodor and are now building 'an addition Ho Peter Ulrich's houso. ■ —Miss Sara Coffon, Cora Bennett and Mr. W. M. Vaughn loft last Saturday for a six weeks' summer schooling at Normul.i ' , —Mr. T. N. Young and family of Pontine will more hero shortly as Miss Barbara has b...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Elisworth. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Elisworth. " —There will be a grand ball at tho now hail tonight. —Mr. Stanley Marsh of Rankin, -\lsltod with friends heie .Monday and Tuesflay. —Mb S. W. Ballard is attending the summer term of Bchool at the Normal university. —Rev. Mr. Price Is attending a district conference mooting of the M. P. church In session at Holder this woek. t —Mr. Lyle William has been On the sick list since Sunday with a badly ulcerated jaw, caused fiou) having a tooth extracted about ten days ago. —Mr. and Mrs.—G. P. Linton's little son Raymond, was taken suddenly 111 Tuesday 'evening with spasms and for a short lime was in a serious condition but rallied in the night and at this writing is a groat deal bettor. —The workmen who arc preparing the roadbed for the gravel on the !■. E. & W., arrived here Monday evening. There are quite a number of men and the majority of them board themselves and bunk in bo*c cars. —Prof, and Mrs. J. A. Hodge, after a successful year of teaching here, left Tue...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Cropsey. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Cropsey. —Mr. 'Alford is building a fine new brick hotel. .I'll —Cropsey has three hotels and two ice cream parlors. i —Tho M. E. church is to have an addition built at once. —The Pctosl school closed recently with a well attended picnic. —Mr. Eugene Hayward Is nttondlng the grain dealers' convention at Decatur. —Mr. D. E. La«« is oae of the most accommodating postmasters in Central Illinois. ' —The Misses Julia and Louise Huston are spending n few weeks In McLeansborough. —Mr. R. Compton has gone to Buffalo, N. Y., via the lake route. He v. 11l be abßent some two weeks. —The two liew trains recently put on the Central through here are well patronized and are always tilled, i —Miss Louise Haywnrd has closed a successful term of school In district No. 1. An excellent literary programme was had and refreshments were served. —Mr. J. Layne, who -was employed by Mr. Aaron Becker, lyis returned to bis old home in Kentucky to remain. The health of his wife is poor and this is the reason fo...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Downs. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901

Downs. —The M. E. Sunday school gave a lino programme last Sunday, It being Children's day. —The pulpit of the Presbyterian church was filled Sunday oioning by Rev. J. C. Wen of Lewlston. —Mlbs Nellie Dooley who has been attending school at Jacksonville received her diploma and has returned home/ —Miss Ellrnboth T. Hull came homo Wednesday, having received her second degree from the University of Illinois. —Tho rresbyterlnn church Sunday school will gl\e Its Children's day cx--01 class Sunday evening, beginning at 7: SO. —The commissioners of Old Town hnvo had tho Iron bridg" relaid with lumber. It was built In 1567 under direction of Mr. J. H. Burnhnm.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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