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LEXINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
LEXINGTON. —Mr. Wilbur Thomas of Bloomington was in town Monday evening. —Mrs. Rebecca Biddle of Bloomington is hero visiting friends. —Dr. Welch vent to Chicago on a business trip. —Mlbs Anna Roid returned to her homo in Jacksonville Monday. —Misses Irene and Mary Smith of Streator ar e visiting Miss Hatfio Goddaid.
LEROY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
LEROY. —Mr. J. B. Fry, of Dloomf nglou, »%vas in Loroy Tuesday on business.' . , _, ,■ - —A. *H. Morris and'- daughter. Miss Daisy, loft Tuesday for. Buffalo., • .., —Mrs. T. B.- Null and daughter, Mrs. Murray, have 1 moved'to Bloomingtoh. i —Thomas' E. Stewart, a' school teacher at Cropsesv Is visiting "relatives at this place. . , .-._ " ' , —Mr. Wallnbo,*of Gibson City, Is visiting relnttves. in this J'.city, being tho guest of Mrs. Dora Brittin. — Fri'A Rutledge, a&gt;Jormer resident of this city, but recently'of St Louis,' Mo., Is In the city visiting his parents. —The tent services conducted under the auspices of the.M. E. church were commenced night In, their tent tabernacle. • *"i ' '-i .i. . —Clinton C. Clark, ,nho&gt; has been attending the Illinois university ''of Champaign, will arrlvo home today for his summer vacation.' . ■&gt; ' —Tbo tent meetings which were commenced in this, city Tuesday night on a vucant lot near tho .old hotel building prom...
SAYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
SAYBROOK. —Mrs. John Mounts Is In Fisher visiting relatives. —Mr. James Stelger has been on, the sick list quite awhile. —Misb Sadie Harper , is in Lafayette, Intl., visiting friends. —Mr. C. W. Rush has sold his household effects and will move his family to Kansas. &gt; &gt; —Miss Jessie Peterson is able to be up and around the house after a long and serious illness. —Mr.. J. E. TJardes is connecting his place hero with his elevator at Switch D, by a telephone. —Mr. W. 11. Schuler met with quite a costly break ,in his engine yesterday. A wheel was also broken. —The ladies of tho Methodist church served ice cream nnd cuke «t the Vrceland park Wednesday evening. —Mrs. Nettie Mannhan of Topoka, Kas. and daughter, Mrs. Kempf, • of Gibson City, tlsltcd relatives hero Wednesday. —Mr. J. E. Brown and family will depnit Monday for Oklahoma, making several stops on tho way. They will be gone about three months. —Mr. Argo of Clinton was here on Wednesday superintending . the ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
WANTS, i - ' Thtm'llae* or le«» ntid«r Ihl* licndlitx " for ißc fcr d»y or 80c jxr Deck. Addition*! HtieK nt «nc rule. Cnsh do»M. ,r ~ Female tlcin. ANTED—GirI lor genci-nl housework. 801 lit Mnln-st. ' iIS-St«- AVANTED—A slrl for general housework &gt;V, 812 E. Jeffor»ou-sty ' Jl3-31 WANTED—Two girls at' the UUTLCR » Houso. - . iIS-mt \V ANTED—A ptrl lor general boubewbrk; * » ffood nngcs. Inquire ut TO! N. McLcnn tit WANTED—A compctont girl for general &gt;V housework. MKS. OMAR RAWSON. 705 E."\Vaslilngton-st. . i ■• • )U-tf WANTED—A good girl for general house- » &gt; .work. Call nt 405 X',. Vushinglon-sl. !!l» "WANTED—A good girl "or middle-aged ' * woman for general housework in family of throe. Cnll nt GRAFF'S Grotcry, E. Grove. W ANTED—Competent girl for general » &gt; housuworlt; small family. 002 E. Murkeu "WANTED-Good.glrl for general housov &gt; small family. &lt; Call mornings. 1210 E. Grovo-au i JIO-81 "\\7'ANTED—Thoso wis...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
FOR SALE. PcrMmnl Prorcrtv. 17*011 SALE—Good paying lunch room, this J city. Price this week, only J3OO. GEO. F. JORDAN, Any., 1-J6 N. Ccntor-st. ]l3-3t; I rolt'SALU—Cherry crop of 100 tress. E.W. : KEERAK.S tnUns south ot city on SprlngHo!d road. jIJ-Ot* I Ji OK SALE—fi-jcnr-old horse; nlao ,tent 1 Cheap, If iilion ntonco. SOU S. McClun-st. ITIOR SALE—IB.OOO new stoclt dry goods, cnr- - pots, etc.: doing a fine business. Good control Illinois town ot 2.WKI Musi be sold by July 1. Address Lock llox 414, Washington, 111. \j OH SALE—Rostaurnm in llloomington: In J 1 good locution, doing excellent business. Owner in poor hcnlib and must gel nut. Will sell tit actual invoice cost, U. L. LUOAS, over Dunn's. - ' I7OR SALE—Best pujlng restaurant In Lo- . gan county, bavins tine cigar, leu cream soda and confectionery trade, woith 1700. for • j&amp;O If tnkon immediately; have to go to Texas to look after oil interests. Address "Rcs-taur-ant," caro ot Atlanta Argus. Jll -Ot Tp'Oß SA...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
[ARDENS. LAWNS. If &gt;ou would have the best Tjowiis nud Vejjeint'lo Gurdonh, use cur tested seeds. There ure none better. A WASHUUttX&amp;bONb, FiorJ*(&lt;t nmi Seodunen, .Ml Korih Blftiu street. Dealers la Fruit Max Mutorlal, Lawn Vases, Flower Pots, Jardinieres, r Garden Implements, etc. pOR This Week Only. &lt; Jlt&amp;t Imrpafit for ft home in McLtMii County, 111., and gimninti'u It. 2Wn wtra lot'l pialrle. well tlU'd; good outl«U, every Toot tillable; soud ivtpratemcnts; cofct *(J,WS; lint' location, miles two market**; price West township; no w.hool tax. '1 digraph, come or 'phone. UVWHUFA' &amp; LIST, Leroy, Jll [ E. BENJAMIN.. 1 • PIANO TUNEK, MO East Mulberry. Graduate of Tuntnit Uopurtmcnt of New England Conseri utory. liohton. pOR SALE. JvJtftat-room, modern Improved house: paved street; east side: ttrcatbarKtiin; tS.OUO iD-ruom hau*e, larKC toi, oast side, tit bargain.' 7-room; modern unproved; corner lot: &lt;I.B...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
, CAfJD OF THANKS. ' ' Wc desire to thank all friends for their,kindnes* flntl sjmjwthy in the rec«it death of-Or. L. 11. Itogers; also to v «i&gt;et;ially thank the Masona from liloomlngton, Minfer and Fanner City for "their Mndnegs. * **" " MHS L. H| HOfiKHS AND DAUGHTER.' U-roy, 111., Juno 13, IVOI. i Solid Comfort Lawn Chairs Fold flat when Q -ft ' ootluuso OS* '&amp;- --. "Uwanta" Hammocks ' and Swing. p juat the thin K nn „ Hardwood 4-Passenger Swine-s for your porcuOO C - i0 ~s mm cu% W|? All tbe Latest Thlnts In Hammocks „ Fran gQ C pp. t3s~!=ce our now Golf Plaids. Thoy Bre beauties. V/EST SIDE SQUARE. READ &amp; WHITE
Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of DENTISTS DR. JOHN S. REECE Dentist. '• Sixth Floor Orlebhelm Biilldinß. ;. RODENHAUSER Dun List. EdJ» Building. Marltat and Msln-Rts SPECIaLTY-PAINLKSS DENTISTRY. DR. CHAS. P. HOLLAND. SUKOEON DEN'I'fST. ROOMS—IOB &amp; 409 Qrloshelm Building. Offlcohours-»a. m. to 12 m.: 1 p. m to sp. m. Now 'Phone No. 712. ARCHITECTS. ARTHUR L. PILLSBURY ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER 205 East Front streot. Bloomlngtoa, 111. GEO. H. MILLER ARCHITECT f I a "&gt;s*i»rfn»»&gt;&lt;io.itof .___„*. „ v -' * U. b, GovornmontbulldEiMy building. Soooud Boor. PAUL O MORATZ Phonrs 303. ' Scn^sg}l*a &gt;- ARCHITECT Fourth Uoor Flrgt Xatlonul Dank B'ldj.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
SOISOjtTIHE. Its Influence, Has Been i • By So Many Blooming. ': , - ton Readers. The' soothing influence of rcliof &lt; -After suffering from Itching y,\ Li From Eczema or any Itc)ii,i c . Ha 01 ' UI , skin, _ , Makes one feel grateful to the icmedv. Doans Ointment has soothed humludV Hero's what one Bloomingtou citiz&lt; a any 6: ; ' Mrs. W., R. Allison, of 308 X olttt Gridlcy street, says: "Doan's Ointment is Ji" B t a . splendid remedy. Jly y lttl ncicc, who was living with me, had suiu on her hands.' I think it was caused by sonic weed poisoning, and" it was ti-iiihly annoying. I saw Doan's Ointment .idvertiscri and so highly recommendi*) that I obtained a box aVWm. \V. M ar . mon'i drug store, rAfter the liist up. -plication-the sores Showed signs of healing. I continued to apply it for » week or so, when they' were healed up »■ nicely as could he."For sale by all dealers. IMice 60c, Fostcr-Milburn Co., Buffalo, K. Y., so.e ugents for the United States. Remembe...
THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
THE CITY. —Tappe,,th e Jeweler, 203 North Main. —Country butter, 15c. HOBBS '&amp;. BEAM. —A flue stock of summer corbots, girdles and waists at Wilcox i &gt; —lB lbs best granulated) sugar today at Mergarth's, ' . &gt;' i I —Prices are tight at Charles A. Tappe, the Jeweler, at 203 North Main -street. —Hammocks, large variety nnd good colors.. , . READ &amp; WHITE. —Fancy home-grown strawberries, $1.75 case - ' . NIERGARTH'S. —Ag,uMial, Head &amp; White are furnishing decorations for next week at wholesale prices. j' ,; | j —Thin hosiery and thin underwear for Indies and children, Just suited to this Weather, at Wilcox Bros'. —Refreshment privilege In German village for sale during Carnival. Apply. ,W. H. RICE, 1 i Jubilee Headquarters. —Lots In Parritt's subdivision sold on ensy payments to parties desiring to own a home. Inquire, of Varritt Jewelry Co., 100 south side square. , ,
Keep Your House Cool [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Keep Your House Cool —By using a gas stove. It's the most satisfactory fuel Id the world. It's economical and safe. We are selling gas stoves at cost and on easy payments, if you wish, and we aro connecting them free of charge. Come in and let us show you these stoves and tell you moro about tuern. . UNION GAS CO.
Worry, Not Work. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Worry, Not Work. —ls what makes people old before their time. Why not save tho wony and ease your work by buying your vehicles here? We've spent a good -many years of hind work to acquire knowledge about buggy goods, and believe you enn rely'on our Judgment as to u.imltty and valuo. HAHBER BROS. COMPANY. "If It's from Harber's, It's good."