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Dr. Smith at Odell. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

Dr. Smith at Odell. —Dr 15. M. Smith, president of the Weslevan Unl\ersily, wan the speaker of the evr. 'ng at the twentieth annua! commencement exercises of tho Odell high school lai-t evening. The exercises weie held In the Congregational dim ill ami a large attendance listened to tile address on "Th e Madness oi Crowds" by Dr. Smith. I I

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Grain Dealers to Meet. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

Grain Dealers to Meet. —The annual stnto meeting or tho Gialn Dealers' association will be held In Decatur next week, June 11 and 12, and Is expected lo be one of the most Important gatherings of that cla L Ti of mim. Men prominent in grain business from all parts of Illinois will be in attendance, and Corn King rhllllps may possibly be among the numbei. The (list day's session will be for members only. Arrangements aro being made for an enthusiastic meeting.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Visitor From Washington. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

Visitor From Washington. —Mr. W. O. McDowell of Washington, D. C. who is well known In this city by the older residents, Is visiting lelatlves in Fnirbuij. jctoinpauled by his wife. Mr. McDowell, who is now 83 yeais of age, was a prominent piaeticing uttorney and a personal fiiend of Judge David Davits and Judge Weldon and other prominent citizens of this city. He lived fot many years in Pontiae. Mr. McDowell has since retired from professional life and has lived in Washington thu past fifteen year*.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Kenney Gravel Pit. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

The Kenney Gravel Pit. —About half a mllo north of Kennoy, UoWltt county, the Illinois Central lallroad owns 100 acics of land on \\Mollis situated a gra\cl pit. Twenty acres ot this land weie bought by iho road soino four jears ago of Mi. William Stewart for $2OO an acie. Tlilb land Is now c.shaiiHtefl of giavol. Tlneu years ago the railroad bought of Mr. 11. C. Sut'le eighty acres adjoining their first piece, i'or this Ihuy paid $2OO acie. Mr. Suttlu had bought It, Iwn years pieviously, as pan ot a 320acie tract, lor which he paid SIS,OOO. Ho sold the eighty acie piece for $lll,OOO, thus the remaining 210 ncies stands him In hand but $2,000. Mr. Suttle bought It of Mr. Stephen Ilutchln, now of Dakota, It having been the home faun of the llulehln family, Mr. George Ilutchln, founmly of this city, having at one time had an Intel est In It. i Tliu gra\el from this pit Is used by the Centinl Tor Its ronil from Spilnglleld to Oilman and Iroin Clinton to l'nnn. Kiom 100 to 12S enrs of g...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Downs Tragedy Recalled. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

Downs Tragedy Recalled. —Mr. Collins,who lives on tin fnim formerly woiked by D. C. Snow east of I leyworth, brought to mind last week the SoiHhdowus lingedy of two years ago, when he plowed up a SS-calihro revolver in the Held which Wilkin, the harness thief, went through lifter being shot by George Johnson. It will he remombeiod that Ueorgo and Art Johnson claimed they wore shot at by Wilkin when they attempted to artest him as he was attempting to pack the stolen harness and Hint he filed two hhots at tlii'in. A number of people did not believe the thief had a revolver a? none was found on him when he was anested. In the chase alter him he ran through the field where the icvolver wus found and the fact that tlieio wele two empty shells and thiee loaded ones In it when found bcais out the sloiy of tho .lolnij-oii boys to what occulted in the corn Held that night. The v eapon Is a vicious looking one mid it Is fortunate that tho aim of Wilkin was bad. .Mr. Collins Illtends to keep ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
One-Sided Settlements. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

One-Sided Settlements. lleyworth Natural Gas;--The aftermath of the Jordiui failure; Is causing a soro feeling among the men who did business Willi llie ilnn. This week the allot ncyß, who hu\c charge of the settling of thu business, sent notice to oiery one whoso name appeared on the books of the fltm as debtois to make immediate settlement of the claims held against tUem. In a great many cafes this is a hardship ao the debtois have counter claims against Ihe 11 mi, but under the law the claims of the Hi in must be paid In full and the amount realized lie distributed pio lata among the cieditois. The excess of the liabilities o\er the assets maken It suie the pei centago the creditors will iccclvo will be a small one and in consequence people who had a running account with the linn are kicking themselves that they neglected settling up before the crash came. Several of those caught say they attempted to get a settlement, but that Mr. Jot dan never had their statements made out and ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

HeiskelU's i I Ointment j Ztxtmn SklM Troubio Whm , \ E»«rythlug Kl«c Una FniKil. Tr*" 1 it ou an obEtlunto cuso of * ( Tetter, Erysipelas, Euroinn, l'lm- i I pics, Ulcers, Bins Worm. Blotches , \ or any Skin Disease. Able i our > 1 .druESlßtforlt. BymnilSOc.abox.-rf [ HelHkell'6 Soap, for tue sklu, 25c. . JOHNSTON. HOLLOWU 4 CO., I I 631 Commerce Street, Phll«delphl«. > o f "Yoitr Ointment liealed m> luntl of £> "ft tetter In two weeks. >l> doctor prebt-rilntl § X it "—Mnnfe B«ih, Catlttuburg, Twin. X &sss&a&sssfiaaasaasaaaA9.s> s PEOPLES BANK ■#, Capital. • 5i00.000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 5150.000.00 ' J . E\ cry department of the banltini; business represented. TRUST DEPARTMENT. Autlioiized to net nsilxecutor, Administrator. Uunrdiim, etc., or Trusloo in uny Lap.ll.Jty. P. WHITMEH. President. OFFirßits: J. O. WIuLSON. Viee.l'rosldcnt. • P.'D. MAHQUIfe, ClsMer...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

Alterations Nearly fc Completed. fi Our alterations are nearly completed. $| Notwithstanding the large amount of furniture we have sold during our Remodeling Sale, we still have a number of good pieces of furniture we wish to , close out, and will make very low prices to do so. Couches and Davenports from $5.75 up. Iron Beds from $1.95 up. Rockers from 69c up. Chiffoniers from $4.60 up. Dressers, Sideboards, Bookcases, etc., at reduced prices Carpets « n our ,ine is one of the farg- ... anO IVUgS. est - lf not the largest, In the city—and JViailingS our prices are right. HOWARD «5 KIRKPATRICK ! Cash [Or Credit ' Nos. 522 & 524 North Main-st. Cash ) Or Cred/A CASTOHIA. B»a™ tiio /t Ths Kind You lla\o Alnays Bought Higuatnro / »f I CASTOIUA. Bean tho /) "flie Kind You Have Always Bought Bignataro J Boari tho Biguaturo of ■ Tha Kind You tlavs Alwavs BoiHttit

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

Si.-.'. of healthful refreshment, inspiration and li delight in a glass of MBQ .'■jSgaaJßCsSa^' A sparkling) wholesome beverage, rich in (hat indescribably pleasing flavor of pure hops- Its fine effervescence and rare keeping qualities have made it the chosen beer of the most discriminating critic*. ' Order from GEO. KOCH, Bloomitigtoti. Bottled at the Uronury only. Navcr sold In bulk, c ... .. —.._ . . n lf MW | )l jeo. l SU LoHlf, Mo. Absolutely Pure Vinegars MADE BY THE Bloom ington Cider 6 Vinegar Company Can be purchased from the following Bloomiugtou grocers : Gray Bros., Henry Behr, W. F. Rocdiger, J. G. Welch, Gits. Bistiopf, Win. Belirritari, E. Franks, M. G. Boylan, Benjamin Riser, W. F. Crnmm, Win. D. Penuer, Evans Bros., Freese Bros., T. J. Willevor, Moberly & Son, Donahue & Griffin, C. C. Utesch, H. F. Glese, E. C. Rogers, Mrs. J. Breckbeller, L. E. Downs, Mrs. A. Carr, Mrs. Baker. O'Neil Bros., F. B. Graff, M. E. Roush, L. FraJzer, W. F. Costlga...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

Mr. Perry S. Heath suggested the name of Senator Jlnrk Hanna for president In 1904 uml some one suggests .Mr. Heath for vice-president. Hanna and Heath is sufllclcntls alliterative and might prove n strong combination.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

Mr. Itockefeller, It Is Intimated, may give a large sum, possibly millions of dollars, to the promoting of medical lecoarch in half a dozon uuhersltles. This money will be expended In endowing laboratories where the best scientific skill may be employed Id bringing to light all facts affecting health and the gift will be one of the most Important yet credited to tho millionaire.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

A St. Louis special tells of u rich soung man of 2i, who, though a favorlto In society, u college and club man, has abjured all and gene to work In an iron foundry at 11.30 a day to acquire a knowledge of the manufacture of steel. That story about the rich yotiug man who turns his hack on the gidd> world to shovel coal into blaring furnaces, or the young woman who It a pot of fortune and takes to cooking and other housework from choice, is told just about so often every soar. Thu young man or woman la question, however, generally tries the now occupation about one week and then returns to the old routine of club and society duties with renowed enthusiasm, dotunulned thereafter to let well enough alone. ;

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

Mr. Janice a. Heme, tho great playwright, who has just ,"d led, wrote some of the purest,'moat pathetic, and Instructive plays ever contributed to, American dramatic literature. He has been called by such high authorities as \V. D. Howells and Thomas U. Alurlch, the greatest of American playwrights and that honor may well be generally uccorded blm. Certainly none has appeared to dispute with him that ■ distinction in the particular lield that he affected, the picturing of the home life of this country, with Its lesßona of patience, virtue and morality. Tho American stage wilt .continue to herald the name and fame of llorno. I

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

Dovvte Is careful to say that ho respects the constitution of the United States and the authorities of the law, but he atuo Wauls it understood that ho Is Elijah the prophet, who appeared -first ns Elijah himself, second us John tho Uaptiat and last as Dowle. Tho fuiluro of the grand jury to find technical grounds on which to Indict tho "prophet" has caused him to break out In a fresh place und make stronger claims than ever before. Ho will huvo to be allowed to wear himself out and this consummation may possibly be reached about as hoon by letting htm talk ail hu wants to.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

The Bulletin dlstusaingtho action of tho council as to street cleaning says: ( "It Is to bo hoped that' It-will prove a success, but being adopted at tblß slugo of the proceedings it will never be known what a hustling superintendent might accomplish If let alone. Jf tho patient gets well them will be no moans ot knowing whoro to tend tho testimonial." It is 'sufficient to say that the best superintendent of streets thai ever lived could* not keep tho business district ot Uloomlngton cloan under tho «yntem that lias been in vogue. As for tho credit thai will attend to the success ot the now order a discerning puWic will apportion it In due and piopcr measure and thoro is not the least doubt that Superintendent Edwards will come In for bis full share. The plan hak been adopted to secure better work on the streets for tho money expended and not to exploit anybody's scheme, or to promote anybody's aspirations for fauio, but nevertheless thu prulso will bo bestowed wheio nrniso Is dosei...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

HeprcsenttUlo Canuon, chairman of the houso appropriations committee, does not. think the case of tho Philippines stands exactly on the samo uatilsos did that of Porto Rico a« fur ab conccruß the tariff and that duties under tho Ulngley law may continue to bo colleoted. i;ven If tho supremo court should hold the Dlngley tariff Inoperative since the ratification ut the peac» treaty Mr. Cannon thinks It would bo bolter to contlnuo to collect these rates, even If we,have to return thorn later on, rather than have an extra Bcsslon of congress called. Tho country would probably prefer that tie rates be collected and returned It the couit bo holds rather thnn bo put lo tho expense and annoyance of an extra session. It may bu that tho attor-ney-general In tho meantime may throw some light on tho subject that may guldo the government In the solution of tho question without calling on congress before, Dflcetßber. , i

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

t- wedding occurred in XeVVork city yesterday in which, boßldc the piiuelpals, all the ÜBhers were millionaires, their combined wealth boiug cstlmuiud at one billion dollars. Tho wholo ceremony mos on a scale of splendor and umgnineence fully In Looping and It would probably bu no exaggeration i 0 say that nothing buipassing It c>er was ultnosncd in this or any oilier country. It l b doubUul it tho royal fatnlllos of the old world ever dreamed of such display hi bo far as ii might he seoured by tho übo or money. The (act seems to bo that the very wealthy clasß of this country havo Bought to reestablish on tho basis of money rather than blood a more arrogant and offensive txchißlvencsß than the titled »rlstociac> ol Europe lute uier attempted. They have more money us a inuitci or fact than European io>nlty and ale beating the crowned heads In their own gnme of pomp and circumstance. While rejoicing In the general supremacy of Amotion in all ihd clemen...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

M. Jules Siegfried, the French (.talesman, has recently declaied that President McKlnlej tan modified his views on the subject of protection. Mi. Sieijfrlcd declared In Montreal In letpoiiEe to a qupbtlon as to what the president said to him: "I met Mr. McKlnley with a ijreat deal of pleasuio, but told him 1 was aware that he was a pronounced protectionist. •Theie jou are not yulte correct,' replied the president, 'foi 1 have within ihe last few years greatly modified my vlowa on this subject. 1 was forinoily a BtroDß ad- vorato of proteolfon. but since then wo have advanced a great deal In the United States, and our manufactures lia\e gone ahead with gigantic stride-, so that now we arc in a position lo trade with foreign countrhs on a rcclpioc.il basi«, with mutual advantages to hath', exchanging our uti'pl and olber products for iheT goods which they specially pioducv ' •'I was naturally delighted to hear the president to express blmsilr, and iul>] him I hoped the Amer...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Colfax. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901

Colfax. —A sawmill bos been opened In the timber south of town. —Mrs. Frank Powell and Mrs. Fred Llghiharl hate gone to Chicago to conmilt a specialist. < —A facing of stone will be put on tbo wails of the- new school house from the trade Hue to four feet above. —The new, up to date machines nt the Model laundry Insure best work with least wear on linens. D. JVelll, -ageut. —A pair of twins, a boy and a girl, were born to Mr. and Mis. William »>- nnrt ( south of town, on Decoration das. —The seventh commencement of tho hUh school will be held In Olympla hall on Friday evening, Juno 7. The baccalaureate sermon was pi cached in the Hume place Sunday evening by rtev. Vincent C. Users, the other churches uniting in the services. ■" ~"By Torce of Impulse", was a play given on the evening of Decoration day by home talent under the management of the band, together with a conceit programme. The house was cionded. It Is •the thlid play given tills year by practically th...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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