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WAS ALL PLEASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
WAS ALL PLEASURE. The boom train was a gieat success from every standpoint, and much credit Is duo to'Aldermau Fled Smith that this Is so. He IlrSt suggested the plan and made all the arrangements, doing all tho work of gelling It up with bul little assistance. He should teol highly pleased with tho result ol his cneigy as nothing better could possibly have been devised to acquaint so many people and such a largo territory with the true spirit of the Jubilee. Nothing occuncd to mar the pleasure of the occasion unless perhaps It was that tho brakomnu got left at Sherman. There was plenty of room on the cars* The tanks were kept filled with leu water. Sandwiches could be obtained on the train. The special hail till" light of way over everything on tho road with the exception of tho liuilteds. Freight trains and local passi'iigens wore sidetracked for It. It ran on its own orders, stopping wherever R was desired and remaining as long us desired. The Alton did Its pnrt well nnd the pass...
JUNE 1STH, GRAND OPENING DAY OF JUBILEE CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
JUNE 1STH, GRAND OPENING DAY OF JUBILEE CARNIVAL. 0:30 V Vl. band Concert at Public Square. , • 10 !.i) to 12 VI _ i lYce eviiftoiloii upon the sliectK, con'isilnß of a gnat variety j&gt;f ■pectnciilnr nets bv lillth win peiforint.ni, Arabian auubau, nthMes, etc. . 2 P. &gt;t - •Speakin,' escort parade, and Onuilnti ceruiloniie Vi)iln*i uf udcome b.t Mjtor 1,. U. Thomas. AdJu'Ss, by lion. Joiepli liter.
JUSt 22ND, FRATERNAL ORDERS' DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
JUSt 22ND, FRATERNAL ORDERS' DAY. rOIIKNOON—band concert and lice utrott Mhltiltioni. 2 I'. M.~ Grand Parade ol fraternal Onleis, concluding with prim exhibition drills. limine; tllu entire penoil of the Jubilee C.imhiil fumtccli to kiitnii Oulinu mid sei"""'" hMh.clnm Mioivs pro-emuiK liiititrM, act», unii entertainment In kiepinK villi thin (treat Jubilee Cirlllvnl 00' eualon, will be loaned In the centml pottioits ,ot tliu city, nnd cxlilliltliiK tor a uomihul adMliittimCL' clmrge. &gt; Uiise ball oiitiiM nt i'llr Grounds on M'ednos. Uuv, 'lliiimtn) uml IVldtiv. ' Doiting Oiniiij] at Miller l'ark lake enclMHiy of Cmuiv.il Jubilee. t *
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
;g DOCTORS % * mere. w» Months Senlces will Be Given Free to "SliMllds Who Ca'l Before July IQ. , ..([ c f eminent physicians and surt (torn the British Medical Institute f at the ursjent solicitation of a large M% J*eiotpatientsun." ' jrv establisliod a permanent branch iheir services entirely tree for three f 'i'hs (medicine excepted) to all invalids k call «P on lhera for trea,mcnt between * andj» lv "&gt;&gt; ~T he, s e services consist "* !, of consultation, examination and "J ICC but also of-all-minor surgical op- ' meV-'j" ] Mann ththe sick and afflicted, and under no "' d,tfen- »&gt;« an / ch "Bf whatever be ade for sty services rendered for three Lths to all who call before July ia The doctors t.'eat all forma of disease j deformities, and guarantee a cure in erv case they undertake." At the first infrvieu a thorough examination is made, .nd if incurable, you are frankly and Imdly »W so, also advised'against spend- ■«» iour money for useless treatmen...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
MILLINERY, ■ All fashionable styles in Trimmed. Hats and Ready-to-Wear Hats. See our stock and get our prices before you buy. \ SHIELDS 106 North Center-st. '• M l"t' l"i"i) "iU" " n"j WuouisAi.E and Retail. mtmmmmmnmm SEASONABLE 600DS Gasoline Stoves from $3.00 up. Refrigerators from ?5.00 up. Rubber Hose from 6c per foot up Lawn Mowers from $2.50, up. Ply Screens —all kinds. Ice Cream Freezers—all kinds. Cherry Stoners—all kinds. J. V. MILKER HARDWARE GO. South Sldo of Square!. U H. MERRICK. ELOOMINGTON. ILU Young stock, well bred »»a of correct beef tj bo Icriale.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND^ .- ■„ . THE.„,v H , (J ,,,»^ MEETING TO BE HELU.C, v A,( v rr '. * At the Fair Grounds June 13,14,15. Four Running Races Daily! • and One Harness Race. t-idles admitted tree on Oiienlni dmy.''' AdmlMlonBso. i -, , , H. it MIKEr,,* Secretsty. '• Prlvllpgcn of all kinds to bo lot. ' Reduction! IN, PRICES OF'" w 1 ' Premo Cameras The manufacturers of &lt;Premb Cameras have mado a radical, 'change In prices of their cameras.' We are now In position to' offeri this Jlne at lowerpricesthah'ever before. s ~_, _■ Corn Belt Drug Store, : ' , . 424 North Maln-st.'" ./. &lt;&lt;,'-•: W^ --.&gt;•&gt;• L^i****-*;*^ For your Summer vacation tako with you an ; )Eas t m a n,i j ■; Koda» i, , They can be loaded in daylight. -K"| &gt; v J. G. Goilfeii^J &gt;3Vt Hf US nsvsr •v .SLATE tstlmMtex ritrnlshtta, «ear of 812,,;.-, South Ccnter-nt eiore lou Klumbiti Contract ; and give Brat-chuni work. „•!&gt; • n.c. McCarth...
COUNTY MUST PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
COUNTY MUST PAY. hitprcnie Court Decide* That thu Hoard of nupiTtUorn 1* Liable for, llincnßea of SinullpoT Patients, 1 —McLean county will be called upon to pay tho city of Bluomlngton smallpox expenses, which up to this time amount to about ?!00 for the care of patients during the past winter. There have also been cases at Ellsworth and Downs, and whatever expenses were Incurred for the caro of those patients will probably also be brought to the attention of tho superiors, and hereafter bhould an epidemic break out the core of the \lotims'»lU likely fall directly upon tho county.' This may not bo a very pleasant situation Tor the board of supervisors to face, but face it they will hn\e to, for tho supreme couit of Illinois has decided that, though tho city ad\»nces the money lu the care of smallpox patients, the count} Is liable and muu refund the same. The board of supervisors of Tu«woll county wrestled with the pioblem for two monthn, and when they ineL yoblerday liquidated more...
MAYOR THOMAS TO ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
MAYOR THOMAS TO ACT. It had been the general supposition that tho cliy was lesponsJblo for these hills, and nothing to tho coutiarj was hourd until jostcrday, when a Puntugraph reporter having learned of ihu action of the Ta/ewell county buard of supervisors, bastd upon a decision of tho buprcine court, presented tho matter to Major Thomas, of this city, together with a copy I of the court's decision. Major Thomas, alter examining the tu\l of the decision, said that If such weie the law he believed the countj of McLean should be required to live up to it, the bamo ns other counties have done Accoidluglj ho would bring the miner up before tho city council at its meeting next Fridaj night and see if that bodj would not take stops toward having the county reimburse the iltj for what It has expended for the enre or smallpo\ patients during the winter. There wore about Iwentj-four cases in all duiing the winter, which wore cared for and quarantined at the city's expense. Th cost of this ...
THE DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
THE DECISION. Tl.e decision of the supreme court touching thin mutter is glien lu volume No 99, of Freeman's reports, as follows: Count) ot Perry \s City ot IJU QuoinIt is objected that the city had no power to Incur liabilities for food, medicines, nursings, etc., which It could clmlge the fouuty with upon an Implied assumpsit. The city had power, aa wo have scon, and It was Its duly to erect or procure hospitals or pest houses and take measiii us to place therein persons Infected with contagious discuses In order to pre\enl the bpreud of disease and protect those who were not affected. The objects of the aid which whs f rendcrod in this Instance were affected with tho smallpo\. It was tho duly of the city to restrain them from going abroad, and as was said In the case of Supervisors ot La Salle county vs. Reynolds, "they could not be sent to the poor house, for they were not paupers, but poor ptrsons accidentally bmittou with a contagious disease—small po\ pntlentH*would bo danger...
RACES BEGIN TODAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
RACES BEGIN TODAY. First EteutH by Illoomlntfton .Jockt'j Club for Fl\u YttifH Will Cotnmtmoo. —lt has been Ave years since a BloomIngton Jockey club ha« glyon any races In' this city. Today will begin a three days' mooting. Quite a string ot horses'ha\e been at the lair grounds all spring trnlnl»K ,to go over the circuits, nud many of these will be seen in the events here this week. These horses are all speedy and some good racing may be expected. Quite a number of foreign horses have also been brought here for these events. There Mill be'live races today, four running and one hninebs race, the entries for the latter not yet being closed Mr. L. 11. Mlkel will bo the starter und Mr. S. P. Kunce of Chlcugo judge. The names, of the horses entered, weights and owners are as follows: &gt; ;
FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
FIRST RACE. One and one-quarter mile dusb, purse ?50. Bumble Bee, ch. g„ 119—II. W. Aulger. Hairy Frost, b g., ill—A. J. Mlkel. Vance Dumonl, b. in., 119—Charles Har-' rlnglon. , &lt; Nona 8., b. in., 1111— Ed Logan. Prism, b. g., 119—William Udell. Miss Kingdom, gr m , 119—Albert Slubsen. I I I | -
THIRD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
THIRD RACE. Three-eighths mile, purse sr&gt;o.$ r &gt;0. ' Joe' Hack, I'M— Thomas Ilaclcman. Vance Dumonl. 11!) Charles Harrington. Leoncle. 121— W. Wllhelm. AUBOin, 119—Albert Mussen. School Girl, 11!)— It. 11. Strickland. Uetdnl, 119—13. McCain. i nmum M., 11D—II. A Cotton.