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My Store Pay Day Bargains. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
My Store Pay Day Bargains. —Best gtanulated sugar, IS lbs for $l. Best flour milled, sack $1.03. Plllsbury's Best XXXX Hour. $1.03. Lenox soap, 9 large bais for 25c. Choice roasted coffee, lb 10c. Early June peas, 3_cans for 25c. | Elephant baked beans, can oc. Golden dates, new. It) sc. Choice California oranges, dozen 13c. Fancy cured bacon, lb lie. Best pie peaches, 3 large cans 2Dc. - ! MY STORE.
A Big Cut in Millinery. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
A Big Cut in Millinery. —C. W\ IClemm offers from today on: DO trimmed hats, choico $l. , 50 trimmed hats, choice $1.50. 200 trimmed hats, choice ?C. i 100 trimmed hats, choice $3. ' 100 e.\tra fine trimmed bats for $3 50 to $5. Ready-to-wear hats at 50c and $1; hundreds of untrlruined hats at 25c, 50c, 75c and $l. , . | I Call and see them and sou will savo money. i, j i |
For This Woek. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
For This Woek. —Lonsdale bleached muslin, G%c. i Pepperell R brown muslin, sc. I Special low prices on muslin underwear, sblrt waists and' summer goods. Extra value In boßlcry at sc, 7c, 10c, 12c, 15c pair, and underwear at sc, Bc, 10c, 15c, 19c up. 100 pieces of wide fancy ribbon, 20c and 25c value, at choice 15c yaid. Popular in Ices on all lines of summer goods and notions. ■ I , , I WOOLEN MILL STORE.
Great Grocery Run at Newmarket. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Great Grocery Run at Newmarket. —Fancy old potatoes, per bushel BSc. Best picnic hnuis per pound Bc. Fancy sugar-cured bacon per lb. 12M-C. Regular ham, fancy sugar-cured, per pound 12%e. , | Countrj lard per pound 10c. I Arm and Hammer soda, 1-lb. package Be. New potatoes per peck 3oc. Wool soap, 7 bais 20e. "U. S." fancy patent flour, Back, $l. Challenge fancy patent Hour, sack, ?1. Queen Bee, wart anted flour, sack, 90c.
Short Pharagraphs [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Short Pharagraphs —Mr. B. F. Harber Is spending a few days in Chicago. —A. S Foster has sold to James Woodard for J 1,300. property in Lexington. —Mr. W. A. Newhouser of Springfield, was a visitor yesterday in this city. —Mrs. B. P. Marsh and niece, Caroline Marsh, left yesterday for a visit in St. Louis. —Miss Violet Becker, of St. Louis, is visiting tier sister. Mrs. Fred Bach, of South Allin street. —Mr. Howard Humphrey and family left yesterday for Michigan, where they will spend the summer. —Mr. George B. Grant, of Canton, was In tho city yesterday transacting business and calling on friends. i i Mr. Pearl D. Ross of East Market street, has gone to Chicago and Kankakee for a two weeks' visit. ~Mr. and Mrs. Louis 'Schafpr of 610 West Clay street, are tho parents of twins, born yesterday morning. —Mr. Kirk B. Harwood, of Boston, Moss, Is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Harwood. —Mrs. John E. Ldno, of Chicago, is in tho city, the guest of her parents, Mr. a...
WITH THE SICK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
WITH THE SICK. —Mr. R. M. Dearth is quito ill at the home of his sister, Mrs. Henry Splckeriraan, suffering with a severe attack of Inflammatory rheumatism. —Mr. Charlos Dawson, shipping clerk at the Big Four freight house, Is quite sick as a result of being overcome by the heat Tuesday. , ,—Mr. W. T. Shlfflet, living two and one-half miles east of tho city, Is on the sick list.
THE FLOWER PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
THE FLOWER PARADE. Entries for Next Tliursdaj'« I&gt;urad« Are Still Coming In, Assuring it Very Flue UlfiplHji. —Additions are being mndo dally to tho flower parade which Is to bo hold Thursday of next week, one week from today. It Is assured that this patado will bo n' big success. Tho decorated carriages and buggieß which are to take part In tho display will meet around Franklin "lark, and the parade will start from thcio at 2:30 Thursday afternoon. Any carriages not,there at the appointed time will be left out, as It has been dotoi mined to move right on ,timo. There are still a large number of handsome vehicles in the city which have not been entered In thlß c\ent, and It Is hoped that tho owneis will ut once tuke steps to be In on what promises to bo the piettiost part of the week's festivities. Thobe who may desire to go Into the parade will be assigned a place by sending in their names to any member of the lloral committee, whobo names have been' published heretofore...
ABOUT DECORATING CARIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
ABOUT DECORATING CARIAGES. Mr. J. p. Warren, a piofosslonal decorator, has arrived In the city, and will attend to the decorating of all \ehtclos where his set vices may be requested. The cost for decorating v. 11l be \ery light, and nnjone owning a vehicle can easily afford to ha\o It decorated by a professional decorator if they do not desire to go to the trouble of decorating It tlioniselveh. Mr. Warren has .decorated carriages for Horal parades in nearly all the big cities In the county, and has with him pictures of numerous handsome designs, which he will be pleased to show to anyone who may desire his services. Mr. Warren may he reached at the carnival association's headquarters in the Eddy bulldiug by anyone desiring to confer with him in regard to this majtei. . 1 |
ARM AND LEG BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
ARM AND LEG BROKEN. Henry FlUpntrlck Meets With a Sirloim Accident nt lloitiii|ftoii, Klin.—llrought Homo lostvrriHy. —Miss Rose Fltzpatrick ai rived home yosterday morning on the hummer from Hoslngtou, Kas., bringing -with her her brother, Mr. Henry Fltzpntrick, who was seriously Injured thero last Friday. A telegram was received here Friday announcing the accident, ami Miss FlUpatriclt left at once to bring hor brother home. I ' , , Mr. Fit7patrick left hero about a year ago and whb engaged in putting n roof on a house when ho fell to the ground. His left arm was broken nt the elbow uud his left leg at the thigh, Mr. Fltzpatrick hns been very linfortuuatc of recent years. Three years ago a team ho was driving became frightened at a street tar nnd ran away. His left hand was caught between the wagon wheel and a pole and crushed so badly that the arm was amputated at the wrist. Last Friday the same arm was broken at the "elbow. Mr. Fit/patrlck's leg was put.in a plaster cast yesterd...
IS ELECTED AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
IS ELECTED AGAIN. John 11. Lennon Will Keiolvo n Majority of Vote* From Union Tntlora for tho Position Ilu Holds. —On Monday of this week every tailors' union of the United States and Canada balloted for men to fill the'offlces of general secretary and general treasurer of the Journeymen's Tailors' Union for tho former position, one being Mr. John B. Lennon of this city, the present incumbent, and the other two being men residing In Detroit and Columbus respectively. The official canvass of tho returns will not be made until August, when the general committee will' meet here. Enough of the unions havo already reported, however, to Insure the re-election of Mr. Lennon to tho position. It is thought tho complete returns will give him a large mnjority. There Is only ono candidate for the general treasureshlp, Frederick Werucr of New York, who held tho position for many year and will bo again elected.
MAY GET CHESTER HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
MAY GET CHESTER HERE. ISlnoniiiigton Next tin tliu List for Prosecution of Nntotl Con Aluu if lie G«U Out of Chicago Troubto. —Chief of Police Lang returned last night from Chicago, where he went on account of the arrif.t of Melville Chester, the con man. Chester was bound over yesterday under $2,-100 bonds on five charges of forgery, the sums ranging from $5 to $l7. Chester had a lawyer engaged jcbteiday and it was thought would furnish bail today, although he spent last night in the central police station. Chief Lang was told that he was next on the lust to get Chester, coming In ahead of Memphis and Boston, officers from both these places being present. The Chicago men who had been "done" by Chester seemed willing to withdraw prosecution if Chester would repay the money he got from them. In thnt case Chester will be brought hero. Ho told Chief Long that he thought Uloomlngton a fine town, and he would be glad to come here. He talked familiarly of many good citizens here. Chester ...
Real Summer Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Real Summer Weather. —o£ course the weather man catches It on nil sides always. It Is usually either too hot or too cold and yesterday came very near the edge of denunciations.for boat. The thermometer rose to 96 and the sun was scorching. No heat prostrations were reported and ft cool breeze came up from a black cloud In the south about fi o'clock that helped humanity very much. About 7:30 a bilsk shower settled the dust and sent the mercury down where it belonged. The observations: Minimum GO Maximum 90
Mr. Denlinger Now a D. D. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Mr. Denlinger Now a D. D. —Hew Ho'nry K. Denllnger, pastor of the Second Presbyterian church, was honored with the degree of doctor of divinity by Blackburn University at Its commencement exercises on Tuesday. Rev. Mr. Denllnger delivered an address on that occasion and received many compliments from those who hoard him and from the press of Carllnvlllo for the effort. Dr. Denllnger is one of the youngest ministers of the city and one of the most brilliant. '!il
Flower Mission Day. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Flower Mission Day. —The Bloomlnglon Union of the W. C. T. U. will celebrate Flower Mission day at their headquarters,' curnor of Center and Front street today at'B p. m. A pleasing programme will be redercd, consisting of music, readings'' and recitations. Miss Mary Buck will sing a solo A social hour will follow. The public Is cordially InUtod.
Entertained Philomatheans. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Entertained Philomatheans. —On Tuesday nftornoon tho members of tho PhJlomathean Circle, were entertained in a splendid manner at tho homo of Mrs. W. E. noevus, two miles west of tho city. The weather was fine and the hostess had omlted nothing which would bo conducive to the pleasure of her guostß. An elaborate and delicious supper was served which was very much enjoyed.
DOUGLAS HOLDS ON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
DOUGLAS HOLDS ON. -Major rorciunn ('ntKiruu. tlio I'.lcrtloit iu Troop lt-lUnlou of the Testimony * . V IVest'iltcd. *—MnJ. Milton J. Foreman, commanding tho second squadron of the First cavalry, I. N. G., submitted to AdJt.-Gon. Heece yosterdny his icport on the Investigation of the recent election In Troop B, In this city. MnJ. Foreman recommendo that the election of Lieut. Douglass to bo capitaln.ns orlginully ruported, be continued, and that the troop be warned that any further public dissensions will receive quick punishment. Tho trouble ntose over tho election of Lieut. Douglass to be captain of tho troop, his opponent, Lieut. Pnunu, claiming that 'fraud had been resorted to. MaJ. Foreninu roports that be found the election had been regularly called, and Lieut. &gt; Douglass had been detailed to preside; that two tellers were appointed, one to call the names and tho second to tally. Becaubo of dl»senslons In the troop the evidence as piesented was \cry conflicting.
THE TESTIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
THE TESTIMONY. The testimony of Llpii!. Douglass was voiy brief. He snid be hud appointed tellers In good faith. Thoy declined Mm 'to bo elected and he announced his election accordingly. All tho ballots were then gathered Into a cigar box and left In tho olllcors' room In the armory. Lieut. FauiitK, tho contestant, mado no protebt againnst tho manner, form or legality of the election at the time It was held. The following day, nccompnnied by scrotal poisons, some of whom weie not membets of tho Illinois National liunrd, visited lite toora and took possession of thu ballots. Tbey claim that the result showed that Fauntv. received a decisive majority of tho votes cast and should ha\o been declatcd elected. Lieut. FnunU tet&gt;llfled that In an Interview with Hiushnn, One of tho tellers, tho man confessed Hint a number of tho ballots marked for Fauntz had been called for Douglass nnd signed an nllldavlt to that effect.