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WARD SCHOOL GRADUATES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
WARD SCHOOL GRADUATES. I.lst or tin- I'uplls Hlio Will J'lulah the i.lglitli tirade Course In liliniiiilii K iun Sclhiulh &gt;i-xl IVcilt. —Tim 101 l of graduates from Hie Sib grade clutses from the Hlooullngton schools lb made up ami will be In the hands of SupLTlnti.mli.-nt Van Potion cully ne\l week The flnal make-up of Ihu lists, awaited tho tesults of the examinations held on Thursday of this week, hut the papers were all linlshi d up b&gt; Iho principals of ward schools and the names of the graduates announced leßtordny morning. Ward school commencement will he held at the Coliseum next Thursday afternoon. Thu list of bpeakeis from tho, vaiious schools has alreadj been announced. "The complete .roll of grad-_ uates with honor pupils, it as follows'
EDWARDS SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
EDWARDS SCHOOL Fred Funk will Ijo iho class speaker. I.ulu Wilson made highest grude, and Maiihu Schncldei secenond The ciuas eolors arc jiluk and la\ander. Tile list of graduatesItobcn Price, Hazel Hall. Pauline sillier, Amy Germain. Tiessa .McComb, I'lorn Schlegel, Florence Colt-son, OertHlde lliid. Loul»e lloihei, Mabel Davidson. Olive l.onr, James Hul\n, I'roil Tunk, Edward Emcmon. I-Jtlward liowinastfr, Fred Anderson. Oplo rllzpntrlck, August Schwartz, Frank I'razler, Lulu Wilson, Leo T\u&gt;me\, I'reila Erickson. Waller llebr, Emlh ]lvinpliilt. Maltha Schnoldet, l.uclle Trltt. Margarii Bunn, Kailo Goodjear, Ella Little.
JEFFERSON [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
JEFFERSON Grace Lash mutiv flrtt rank, and Jlt'Jen McCmnbrldgc second The llht of graduates : Girls—l.otta Monties, Ethel Goodrich. Grace Lash, Helen McCnmbrldge. Juliette Mc.Mutry. Isabel Morrison. Finnces Reed, Fay Vnnnrdstraiid, Bessie Welch, Cerlle Montgomery Uovs—Curl Bulger, Cecil llmlelgh, Orln Uu\is, Erie Maliatlos. Ma\ Montgomery. Charlie Hathbun. Homci Wasner, George Frost, Tb»ron Wiley.
EMERSON [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
EMERSON Fliat honor, Bessie E Selbv; second, Alma M Stewait, Elhele Iluim, William Fitzgerald, Richard X (julnn, Florence K. Sanfnrd, l.uurfnre King. Adial S. Morse, Ettic G Hammond, Harvey F. Llshka, Leula H.i\i&gt;u&lt;,, Charles F. Gee, Hernatd H llempit«.icl. Lillian M Adams. Daisy A. Grow, Gene\le\o Steele. Roy S. Millet, Ilerlhn Sunlm, Anna L. Scliene and A Stanley Lunelle.
IRVING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
IRVING. rim honor, nuln nngllbh, becowl lionet . Int'7 i:nu'li e li. fiiaee Hutlor, rloronee niainiml. I'Tinlt Kosp. liulli M Frei'mnn, Lotllso O l"rit7. Hello (!ud|!ull. Ida .lack-on, Nolltta I hie. Molllo Mcn%oy. Violence Peterson, third honor, Loiilho Mebe, Nellie Spilngur, Lillian ToiirnbaurK, Ida Klenner, Jo»eph M. Kirb/, Annanii Littleton.
FRANKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
FRANKLIN. Vlrst lmnoi, i'e.trl DobHon; second. liene Cnnnlnghnin. Italpli llrow n Ujrlot'on Bullous. Lnwtence Ilnrdinu. Iliy lohnson, Llmo Smith. Itanoy Stubblefield. Hoy Svnnn, Helen Cair, Inn Cowcn. M.ibel Crnppot, lllunehc Cmiiis, Ida Gee, tirace (lieon, Hlnnrhe Rarber, Lunra llnrte, lloulah llmris, l.uclllo llodgo, Mnttln Jonen, N'olilc Knovleb, fithel Law, llnsbol Mammon, Lena Pleics, lienc Polls. .Mmj Pnsoj, Lucj Sopor and Sophia Zucikhc.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. —Consldcinhle business was transacted in the circuit court jesterdny and It became o\l&lt;lcnt to Judex- Mycin that It would bu Impossible for him to adjourn the April term today, as ho had wished. Tlleie are a number of chancery mnueifi which It is hoped to be able to get closed up at this term and In order to uccommodate them the couit will take a recess until Monda.v, June 10, and adjourn at that time. The following orders were entered during the day. lluttie'l3 Houston vs. Minnie Drown et al. Objection to master's icport vvvithdiawli; lepoit of uubter, repoit approved; decoe of partition. Levi Johnson vs. Edwin Naff?lger et al. Uy agiee meut decree set abide; bill dismissed upon ptoment of costs, leave to loniplainauts to withdraw exhibits from Hies John C, McGravv vs Clayton G. Junk et al. Keplicatiou of recoid, referred to master. tieoigo W. Uo/arth vs Anna Ilozarth et al. Report of commissioners upproved; lonsunt of widow In writing to bell real ...
Pupil's Recital. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Pupil's Recital. —The tenth recltnl of the pupils of Prof. U A Wielut? was given last c\eulng In the Church ot Peace, and a crowded house Ktected the performers. Mrs Paul Gordon was the assisting vocalist and Mi. Clvde Giogory the pianist An excellent progiauune was given as follows Oveiture. Peter Schmall, b) Mr Gregorv and Mi. Wiolut/; La Fontaine, by 13ohm, Gladys Dot), Romance, by Camlllo Slvorl, llnrliy J. Ilallett, Pe.ul of tho Morning, bv Karl Merz, Helen Gregory and Mr. Vvlclat/ vocal selections by .Mrs. Gordon; volie In K Flat, by Dur.inJ, Catherine Gleason, foui-haud selections fiom Gan/, Mi rtle nnsmlngei and Mr. Wlolntz; Noctuini, bv Chopin, Qui Messlck, military romlu, by Ilolim. l.llllan Nelson and Mi. Vtleliit/ Niwturne Irnin Chopin and Norwiglun Bridal Pinces«ion by Giieg. Hearrlet Smith, melodv In !••, by Itubensleln, Hnnv Miller, Symple Confession, by Thorpe, nnd IJuxmn Maruiko by Godilaiil, cine Gerber, tautaste in C, by Mo.*.trt. Mi Gleyory, selection by Mrs Gord...
BUILDING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
BUILDING NOTES. —The arches for the concrete walk In fiunt of the Smith building ut thu norlhi.isl corner of Center and Jcflcrson hlieets were helm; put In &gt;esteldu\ anil tht walk will probably bu finished tod&lt;&gt;&gt;. The eouuete walk in front of the 'lrah.im building, ut the boulhwest collar ot M.ilu und Mouioe streets, has] bu i) put la, aNo the portion along the Monroe stioet front.
MRS. ZEINTNER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
MRS. ZEINTNER. —Mrs. Ilarbara Zolntncr died at her homo In Chenoa on Friday morning at '•&gt; o'clock. She was taken sick last Monday with peritonitis, which disease was the cause of her death She was born in Germany Nov ember IV, IS2T. being ncnrlv 74; &gt;eais of ago. She c-vmo to America when she was IS jours old and moved fiom Odell to Chenou In IS.GO. Her husband ban been dead twenty-five jears. After blB death she lived with her brother, who died three jcais ago. She was a hard working woman and was noted for her Industilous habits Tho funeial sen lies will bo held nt,the house Sundav aftemoun at 2-30 o'clock. Hev. M M Travis will oillclate and Chenoa post, IS3, G. A H.. will attend in a body on account of her husband, who wob un old soldier. Intel - ment will take place in the Cheuoa icmetery. (
ADAM HERMAN, JR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
ADAM HERMAN, JR —At 7 o'clock Friday morning at ihe home ot his mothoi, .Mrs. Adam Herman, two and one-half miles west of Dauveis. oceurrud tho death of Adam Herman, ]r, after an Illness of about ono week du-allon. Deceased was born near Dnuveis Octobei 10, ISSO, and has be.nan invalid neailv all of his life, having had A pnraljtlc stroke nt tho age ol tour veins, after which he had been subject to fits, which ultimately caused his death IJi'bldes his mother ho leaves two sisters and thioe brotheis to mourn his demise Tho funeral services will be held Sunday morning at 10 o'clock from the German Lutheian church of Dunveis, of which he wan a member. Interment will be made at Stout's Grovo cemetery.
FARM AND SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
FARM AND SCHOOL. —ln breaking of the agileulturnl or observation woik In tlie statu course of school study, .Mi. G. It. bbitvv han, supeiof Champaign county schools, said to a Paiitagruphoi that lie belioved the light kind of work h.id been round; the piublcm now Is to got It wall done In the schools,. Theio hud been too little observation and tuo much te\t boo'k work in tlte tonner so-called obsoivutlou outlines, in vibiting iuan&gt; couuli} schuolb nud tryiug to set the childion to draw n cornslulk, he had found but one bo&gt; and one glil in 3.OUU pupils who tould leprescnt a coriminlk correctly. The olheis lound no tault with a picture showing the leaves starting fiom dlrectlj opposite sides of the stalk. .Many pupils thought llu.ru might bo thirteen or sev enteou ions oi, kernels uu an eai or coin. He su&gt;s thcie Is a-lack of seeing things and that this agiicdltlirnl woik is designed to help the boys and gills to observe rn.cui.nciy for themselves and ...
The Judge and The Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
The Judge and The Flowers. —Judge John 11 Moflett, of l',i\ton. passed thiougu the clt&gt; jeoierday en route homo from Lincoln, wheie he has hoen holding court all week lie carried with a huge bouquet of American beauties presented to him b\ the Juri which assisted him this wed, In dispensing Justice in Lotan tountj ,
INDUSTRIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
INDUSTRIAL NOTES. —The Milwaukee Scjitlnel has at last entered the field of unionism. —Thoio arc 1,070 uulons in tho state of New York, with an aggregate of 242,45! members. —The bridge ami structural lion workers- of Boston have secured the eight-hour da&gt; with wugeb at ?3 per ili»y. —During April the Mergantbaler Linotjpe company InMalled twenty-ono machine plant*, and made additions to nineteui plump using Ith machines —Tho Kroll I'iiuin company lias locl,ert out Ita employes becuube they refused to slgu an agreement declaring the hours of labor, tho scale lit wages anil gonol.il lacturj conditions satisfactory. —lt appears that lion. Tom Jolinbon Is for n fHe-oenl faie In Johnstown, I'a, whole he ownb the street lailnaj sjsloin, and foi a three-cent lure iu Clo\e!aud, whole other people own them. ' —Tho Penusyhunla Steel workfi at Steoltcn, Pa., has announced that beginning Juue 1, the waged at the woiks will be lubtorod to the rates In forte before Januaiy 1, laoi. Th...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Advertisers are reminded that to Insuie insertion and proper classification all copy for "Want ads," "For Sale ads," etc., should be sent or telephoned to the business office c! the Pantagraph before 8 o'clock p. m. WAMS. 1 Three 71t&gt;e« or le-*-* under tht*» lien trr tSc rcr dai &lt; t *n IJWHffUBW 7ANTKP- ! adf Your opportunity riont ami lutJItarj cur- •&lt;. •ii'* mo'iet II iiHerv hierj noman mints IC LOJ.I.P ,V» C-stern I'or&amp;tt to ,M Louis.Mo *\* AN*U D-l a»ltes 10 do kjuldk at borne. t &gt; |y wprK Metti*\ work All umtirinl &gt;«nt trco iirtj'-f'tl anywljerc. bend stumped addrrsspt! (•in t)iOj e lor full paulculnr* Univi&gt;at t,c, i'tid -«. V utnut-fat., I'littnrtelphfa, Ri W AN'T hl&gt;—Kxntricuud TMIIU rs—ladles or i» jjer.ts. 'KW li. \VafchJw'iori-«»L At oncu mpt it'ir- plrl for Rcnt-ral . !aiutl&gt; of three inn.ons Ci.ll om!ni:s at *W H. Kront-st JI-31J. "* ANTKD—Oootf oocrioucod dlnliiK-romn pl...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
lOW SAI K, TRADi: 0« I.XCHANfii:. ITIOK SAI«K. IUADL. OK hXCHANGE— J Soda fouut.tin hollduj Roods, utndlt"*, «ligol ItoaUh news depvz. Dolui; uooti but-i- -[(■«.';. SI I S. Main jl-flt* bTIJAYt:!). BiiyMiWJfiiyfflyMiwMiWiitiSigsisi orrel niaru from lair i?rnuii(lbreisl from vJiu tut Lllitn leturu 10 W. M. MIKLI. t m3l-fV on stolen. OTKAYEO OH bIOI.UK-Onp ro O ono Inv horse I.ltiintl ruuiird WTIKAIJ.IIOKS'JOLLX-boK mllj kjj Hi) H&gt;i t liliich, Mitti rcu urilln spi lol.irroa I HANK wr.uiil H. linui rosj J" OhT—l'ocVotboob. containing .1 5"U bill .ind bill Hti«l homo s,U\er ami several 10ccl|&gt;lR an the l(J «0 cur ui Xormi.l !'rlda\ u. in. Rcttunl for return to Mrs C 11 l'urk, Norro.il HHB3 EEEHEHI! I7OK EXriu.\(,i:-M l u turni ITO acre* In 1 hlhln.ru ounl&gt; Indiana, l«0C0 taiutHUO Incliiircll) prop.Tlj. 11. I'. IIAZUbi CO If IM:KTtm ummiujimjii 17* OK &amp;Al.K—Will m.ll «oda fountain una Ico J- 1 crcnm buslnuhs tnafalim money In k»oU lown Adtlrth...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
QARDENS. LAWNS. If &gt;ou would hn*e the hest Lawns und \&gt;j*otnJ'lc Gardens, u%u mr tested sci-rts. *i here aro uonohctter A WASMHUKN A bONS, riorKuand &gt;*'e&lt;thnicn. Ml Koith Mrun street. " ■- '- ' "lit Box .*' '-' ' •• "VU t'ntS .......MHs.La, dou Implements, oic. BENJAAUN. Uraihmm of 'Junto)/ Up par 111 nil Convert a tor) Uomoii. Kist Mulberrj t-ni of Now ling* J. W PBKSTOK. IRA aiLiiomi WE Have lor SALE V ' or hMHAXGK 'IM ncres of I'crd touut&gt; » Levi (.oil, Rood linprovcirenus wull tiled ami Iticcd. Loc&amp;tlon rannot bo beaten. Write u* itlbhon Llt\ 111. pOR SALE. L lKlit-room, modern Improved home. Mtcet, mslMdy. ureal banrutii i.l,G»itJ 'O-rooi huu&gt;e, Umo lot, east sUIi- at bargain T-ruwi; n.odtirn Improved, coruor lot ti WW. uku cotHiiro; ai lioiKHtn Choluj Imildtni; lots Miiall tracts. &amp; and 10 aero, adjoining titv ('nil lit HOMCMf A, HAVK' Zlt Wust WitihiiiKioii prederick, Mason &amp;...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
ATTENTION MEDICAL bOCIKTY. Hit* nit in) Jl» of tli&lt; Mi Li hi fount) Mnliral muij will m'ti n ItijiUj A. MruMaml's dnip »tOn al J o'cK'ik "-tilitlij .lUtftouii, to aUUid n a botlj the fumr.il uf I)r .\ 'l'. ISmm.l »; J! CHMMN, PiLkiiicnt ) C \ \S))i HtUIIJ, Vini4» ATTENTION. Mtinbtrs ol UUIImn 1. Siinr- *'- * v *~ &lt;* \ It . &gt;ou an liadij n &lt;|' mi, our ]i»S \Wm; Front ititil, .it '2 ..j Suwlj}, Jtiiit. '.!, jwji, to alUml tliL . r\iu, ot uur laiL- lomrudi, l»r \ r JUiuo It is ikalre.l tint \w&gt; 1; jitic Tlie fimu.il stmti at i., L - w.n. »•» bi loudm ltd b} tKt pott. C (.' H\SM.KIt, Cummindtr. CXHO OH lIIANKb. Mrs William II \ Utor -*no Lliildrui desire to evpie-s thtfr liurtUi Uunki ami upprttiiuiun to tlinr iitinlibors nud (rituds who «Eiist&lt;ti tin in '"""*" r thi' bkltiifSi, dcitli and burial of litr lit"" and tliLir filliLr