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High School Class Day. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
High School Class Day. Die senior class exercises will lie held In the lilkli ..ellool assembly \londa&gt; night It 7"0 o'doek The programme that lm.s been prepaicd fa a good one and loiisldciI'lilo nilorest Is manifest.d In the onablou Hie nfllceia ot the clasr,. who have the ailair lit ihnrgo are Pifstdeiit, Hcrnard Capon, vieo-presidenl, c,u&gt; Cailjlo Johnston, tionsiirer. Olelin David, and H'cutnr&gt;, r.dilh Vincent Smith The proMiirniiic was as follows: Class ltoll—lMilll Smith Class Histou—l.\ttm Van Selioick. Edwin lb o\v it Class Song—Hx the class \oc.il Solo—Alia Wlkoi Class I'oem—Waltet C Mlixfeld Seloitlon—-Senloi uulnstr* Cluis Clfls—Citiic lie i:ttn Um, Ii Cluee Will—Vein Snow, Prauklln Marquis.
An Old Citizen's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
An Old Citizen's Visit. —Mr. W. 11 MtOovvell and wllo ot Washington, 11. C. who hive bei n v'sltliiß n dniibhtei. Mm llur.ull, of We»t Mom oo street, departed xeJtetdav foi ralrbur&gt;. Although Mi McDowell has icachid the adxancul age ol xl, be has just completed an .xteiubd tup tlnmigh inrlous cities of N'phnsk-t and Illinois, visiting a Hist ot riilitilxm and tiunds. and while here took gieat Intel est in observing the manv ihaugis mused bj the gieat Hie and the tapld übulldins of the burnt district and iiihet Improuf■ticiHß- lie was one ot the plonms oi Uvlngslon counti, loinlng tliete ulieli a bo&gt; of 14, neuil&gt; .venrs ago He was a momlnem piaciiilm, attoinej and a waim peisnnal fnuul or Judge liavls and Judge N\ eldun anil oihei jiroiiijnenl elti?ens o&lt; liloomln,tlim Since n tiling fioin active business and piof.ssiomil life, llftien &gt;calB ago, lie baa nslibd In Win hIngtou.) ,
Gilbert-Scott. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Gilbert-Scott. —On Wednesday i veiling .it Hie home of Mr llenrj Sum In Arro.ismith occurred the ninrrlnge of his sister, MU« violence Scott, 10 Mr W O (lllherl. The ceremony wan pirfonned In the presence of the tiillni dlute it-llltlvi-H unci ft tends of the contracting partlis lis Ue\, Mr. Wans, of tlio M E thuieb. Tlio house wus plellil&gt; deuiruied and a stlmpttious wedding dlnni-i soiled The joiing people have gone to housoku ping In one of Mi. Thompaon'fl cottages The&gt; bale tho good wishes of tht-ir muni friends in this community.
Employes' Tribute to Postmaster Barnes [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Employes' Tribute to Postmaster Barnes —At 11 meeting of the letter carriers, clerks and other employea of tlio Uloomlngtou poutoiucc, held &gt;esloidtiy, the following resolutions wore ndoptod: "Hi belied, Tbnl we, the cinpla&gt;cn of tho Uli'ontingion, 111 , poillollk-e, deeply deplore tho dentil or Dl Allen T. Huino-i, posliuiibtel, and extend to his family and [rh mis oui sincere sjnipnths 1 "Itesolied, Thai, In Dl. Haines' relations to us us poslmnstei ho win* e\er UIIII, loititiuu-- aid Just, and that wo feel tnal wo hni?&gt; utt a true uud houoinble Irlend."
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Hood's Sarsaparilla Has won success fur beyoud tbo effect o f'advcitlsiiiff onlyt The firm hold it has won ana retains 0l)0 ji Uie hearts! of the peoplo could iieu'r li«.ve bcem gained by even the lllo st hnish cvpenditiiro of money. The ti no secret of the popularity of good's Sarsaparilla u (-villained ontiicly and only, by its Merit. lla-eil upon a proscription which ciucil people considered inc&amp;rabio, „ Inch accomplished wonders astonishlirr to the medical profession, Hood\s Sarsaparilla Includi"! the concentrated values of tho bol-know u vegetable remedies —such us %u&gt;jp.uilla, yellow dock, pipMsfe\v.i, itra ursi, mandrake and dandeliuit, united by an original and peculiar (OtiilmiHtlou, proportion and process, giwiij? to Hood's Sarsaparilla enntivo power peculiar to itself. Us cures of mild and extreme cases of sciofula, ec7oina, psotiasis, 'and cvory Uiud of humors, as well as of ca(aiili and ilicmnalisiii —provo it to he the lirst blood purilier ever p...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Trousetfl h mmM Kjiijt Hill".' •11l am 'Mi! IHH DEPARTMENT ,',l 'ou will find a magniffr; I ent assortment of trou- d ers in every fashlonabis' aLrlc In checks, stripe! nd Indistinct plaids, v $1.50 T ° $6.50 FASHIONABLE SUMMER „ , i , « i sj.: .,} or menandyoung , men * 1 1 , , *mrimnmumm*—ir ready-to-put-on-at-once'*' -perfect-fitting and beautifully finished-* 10, $l2, *l5 and $lB. , iteC matter how you are bullt-whether tall or short, stout or thin, you will find suits'Here mat will Rive you absolute satisfaction, and you will save a substantial. * sum of money over what you woud pay elsewhere for same quaWes 1 Seasonable Haberdashery of every description, our so* neckwe.tr Is the test in the world. Our $l.OO Negligee Shirts cannot be sur-f, passed. Come In today and see the new articles of Haberdashery thatW: jus. arrived If you ate not adverse to saving from 50c to $2.00 on your hafcft you should patronize our Hat Department, which contains replicas of «very' j &lt; fa...
JUST A LITTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
JUST A LITTLE. —Those newspapers which guessed wrong about tho superemo court's doclslon aut now trying to make their cdltoiials lit their predictions —How did iioston happen to let tho congrcsb of the American Lnryngologleal association get away from her aad get to N'cw Havon?
JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
JUNE 1. Who comes with buuunur to this earth, Ami owes Lo June her dn&gt; of birth, With rhiß ol ugate o;» her hand Citii hualth, wlqlUi uud long life command. —Those West Point jouths who thought l,h"j wore bigger than the government which was reeding, clolhlng and educating them will now have au opportunil&gt; to woik ror their living. 'lhe&gt; have been Informed that the verdict is final. —And the week of commencements Is nearly upon us. Tills Is the time of vear when editors enrn thu disdain of 10,000—more or less —&gt;oung people, by not piinting essajs which would straighten out all the kinks In the universe. If the men who own the print shops would Just let the world letid them —A girl at Wilkesbnrro, w;is not posted as to the best location for vacclnntlon. She was on her way with her MtiHithcittt to get tho license for their in u Huge when ho pl.ij fully pinched her sore aim. Hustilt. she shrieked and Jabbed lilm In the face with her parasol L...
HARD LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
HARD LINES. —ln the ollkos and salosiooms or a big Chicago itituorntlon, thu following notice to stenographers Is pasted on the v .ill This is no lourting room nor mil-llner&gt;-bhop Cut out the goo-goo ejes and nttend Mrlctlj to\oui desk duties or prepire to meet the o\otutlonei.
HE GOT HIS ANSWER [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
HE GOT HIS ANSWER —Among the passengers who were trn\ellng one daj not long ago on an e\|&gt;n-M&gt; ftom Loudon to Hrlghtoil were a commercial traveler and a Sahniloa Ami} gill The ttaieler began lenblng the girl, and nuked her If she belli ml the Btorj of Jon lb und the whale •! don't know," she said, 'but when 1 get to hea\en I'll ask Jonah If It ocuined." "Hut," said the funn&gt; mau. "supposing he i'-u't Pine'" "Then," said the girl, promptly "&gt;uu cau ask him' —Chicago Kews