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NATIONAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Chicago— H H E Chicago 0 &lt; 0 Morton 3 10 t Biuterlcc.—Hughes and Kalioe; Willis and Kitliedgc. At Cincinnati— R It E Clnclnnatt G 10 2 Brooklyn ...'. 4 12 I Batteries— Phillips and Bui gen, Hughes and MrGuiro. At Pittsburg— *' RUB Pittsburg 11 12 I Philadelphia 1 0 3 At St. Louis— R 11 n St. Lonto '....,4 10 2 Now Yolk 8 15 0 Battel les—Powell, Murphy and Ryan; Pbyle and Warner.
DEWITT'S TWO MYSTERIES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
DEWITT'S TWO MYSTERIES Charles Watt untl Korim-r Tovvti Hoard Clerk Aro ltoth Sought Tor. Clinton,-Juna 3.—tSpocia!.)—As fur as can bo ascertained nothing lias &gt;t't boon hoard of Iho whereabouts of Charles Watt, who left his, home at DeWitl on Tuesday. Watt is a married man and his wife and child ll\e In Do Witt. Ho Is a brother of Wllltun Watt, cx-postniasu-r of that town. His father, George Watt, committed' suicide by taking poison six. yeais ago. , The man who bought a ticket for Parmer Cltj on Tuesday nnd has not since been heaid of was clerk of the town board last vonr. It Is alleged that his nccuuutb ale not In good shape although the board has not made anv fniuinl el'ttemuui H is sold that he was requested ipilttly to il\ up his amounts and that his inability to do so was the caune of hi,' sudden dis»PP«irunee. 1 here seems to have been no purliculai effort mnde to find him. although n searching part) scoured the neighborhood on Sunday. 11 Is considered strange tha...
Pekin Pointers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Pekin Pointers. Pekln, June 3.—(Special.)—For Intruding In tin- rnnilly affairs and being too Intimate with Mrs.- David Jackson, Herbert Hnmaon wns clubbed by her husband and It required several stitches to draw the scalp of Hninson together. Tho latter was fined in tho police couit J7.70 for disturbing the police. An effort was made lo rob Oherly's book (.tore. An cniiiince wna Knitted by ellmhIns a lelephone pole and cnlcilng a second story window. T ( ho thief was filghtoued away by the police befoie ho obtained his spoils liudoljb Lnckiiion nud Miss Sarah Velilo, two well known.joumr Jieoplu of this oily, arc to be married Wednesday, Jtinn 12, at' (he home of the bride's parents, Mi. and Mrb. K. Volde.- - , &lt; 1 Judge Wortblngton will 1 hold nn. adjoin ned meeting of tho circuit court Tuesday morning. Tills was pay day at the sugar worlm and lots of money is being circulated in consequence. John Prettymnn, of Champaign, and Miss Ella Hamlsh, of till* Uty," wilf lie mar...
JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
JUNE 10. Monday 2:00 p. m.—Meeting of board of trustees. Monday, 3-00 p. m.—Graduating exercises of tho preparatory school. Monday, 8:00 p. in.—Concert by Conservatory of 7)111810. Pioductlon of the oratorio, "l-aiarus," by Al&lt;&gt;\ s Thompson. Chorus of thirty select voices, soloists, uccoinpanlcd by pipe organ, piano and orchestra conducted b&gt; Prof. 11. O. Merry.
JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
JUNE 11. Tuesday, 10.00 u. m.—Contest for Alumnae medal. Tuesday, 3:00 p. m.—Clasa day exercises. Tuesday, 8:00 p m —Anniversary of the Alumni. Address, "There All the Honor Lies," Judge J. C. Mcßrlde, 'MI Tnylonille. To bo followed by a reception.
JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
JUNE 12. Wednesday. 10-00 a. m.—Commencement exciclses. Graduating address to class by W. II Black, 1). D, Missouri Valley college. Confenlng dosreos nut! tin l Alumnae medal Wednesday 3-00 |i. in.—Business meeting of the Alumni Wednesday, SOO p m.—Tleceptlou by the president to the students, Alumni factultey and board of trustees.
Pontiac News Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Pontiac News Notes. rontiao, June 3 (Special )—The death of Mr. Jesse Knridon occurred nt the home of his daughter, Mrs Hnuer, a mile east of Falrburj yosterdaj. He loaves four chlldnn, his wife limine pn'Cciiod him In dentil. The funeral was hold In the 11. D. ehuich at 10 a nj. lodaj, after which the remains wete taken to Selma, McLean county, for liurl.il. Mrs Kuthcrlue Allen, who has been housekeeper at the icfonnatory for several jcam. left to take a similar poEliiou at the Grand I'acillc hotel, Chicago Some time ago she was wanted at the Ureal Northern hotel of that elly but refused to leave Mr and Mrs Torrence Thib last olter i cm lied her tlil« morning and she was requhed to accept at ome if at all For this reason her dcpaitmc was quite Midden and was a suipilse to the bupciintendcnt and nib wife At the Chrlmlan rhuiih yostordav lie v. 11. Holmes picsonteil his teslgnntlun to the church, they accepting It. lie is now busllj engaged In packing his household good and will leav...
A Terrible Explosion [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
A Terrible Explosion "Of a gasoline stovo burned n lndv here ftlghtfull)," writes N. E. l'almet, of Kirkman, la. "The best doctors couldn't in al the running sore that followed, but Hueklen's Arnica Salve entirely cured her" Infallible for Cuts, Corns, Sores, noils. Urulscii, Skin Diseases and Piles. Joe' ni W. W. Marmon'B and A. 13. Stout's, Normal. | |
Weak, Fleshless People. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Weak, Fleshless People. .Muscular weakness, Joss of confidence, Laiihfulnuas,. norvoub headache, wakefulness, shortness of lironth. Muttering of the heart, watery ejes, pale 01 sallow complexion, p.iln In the back, temnlo troubles, and all diseases caiitiod by a watery condition of the blood, cured by llr. Gunn's niood and None Tonic, a tablet to takn at meal-time; 76c a box, at druggists or by mail. tVrito iiu about your case. Dr. MoKinho Co . Philadelphia, ra.
Use Allen's Foot-Ease in Your Gloves. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Use Allen's Foot-Ease in Your Gloves. A lady writes: "I shake Allen's Footlinae into my gloves and rub a little on my bands. It haves my gloves by uteorbIng pcisplintlon. It is n most dainty toilet powder." Wo Invito the altontlun of physicians mid urn sos, to tho absolute purity of Allen's Foot-Kase. Dr.' W.\o. Abbott, editoi of th&lt;! Chicago Clinic sajs: "It Is n grand pieparation; r am using it-cou-HKiitly In my practice." All drug and shoe stores sell it, 2Se. Sample sont'.free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Lo Itoy,' N. Y.