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Secor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Secor. —Mr. Peter Kauffold lost a valuable cow recently. .'lll —S«.or Is talking of celebrating tho Fouith. —Mrs. Itohert KelEO has been seriously ill since Kilduy. , —Mrs. William Keofer, of Eurekn, visited at Mr. Chester OosV Sunday. —Mr, Hurvlo Whetzel cume homo fiom Not mill Filduy for his vacation. —Ms. J. T. Warner and Mrs. Henry Ludivlg visited In rtoanoliu Sunday. —Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Kelso, of Mela-, mora, visited relatives hole Sunday. —A large ciowd attended tho basket meeting at the church of Christ Sunday. —The socond of n series of base ball was pla&gt;od Sunday in M. I* Gassner's pabtuic. ' i , , —Mrs. Leonard came home from Eureka Sunday, where she hud been visiting her daughter. i —Mehsrs. Richard Davis ana Chris. Dollenbiiugli and their wives visited In I'eorlu Sunday. —Mr. David Hoxamor waß awarded tho contract for filling in the uuptoucu at l'auther cieok on the Meridian road.
Gridley. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Gridley. —Peter King anil wife, of Unuvers, visited at tho homu of Mr. Joseph Itlch last Saturday. —Commencement, passed off smoothly last Friday evoulng. Quito u few fi om a distance woto lu attendance. &gt; —Mlbs Stulla Wolf, lonelier of tlio grammar loom of our schools, luft for bur homo at Cnrlock Monday. —Schoola closed lust. Friday, May 31. Tlio lower rooms picnicked at the school house and thoroughly onjoyod tuomsol\es. —Mr. Jasper Gllman has already commenced the demolition of his old elevator preparatory to the coiibtructlon of a new one of 100,001) bushels capacity. •■ —There Is some talk oMhe organization of a base ball team at this place. Gildley used to play good ball and we see no reason why they should not do so again. —Tito M. E. and Congregational church people united last Sunday night at the Methodist church to hear iojioits ficrni the Hlato Sunday school convention which was hold In Bloomlngton last week. —Childien'H exorclßes were held at the Chiistlun ch...
Hendrix. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Hendrix. —.Mrs. Nancy Smith ontertaliih the ladles' Social Ciicle on Wednebduv nftuinoon, Juno 5 &gt; , —Mrs. Ollle Orendorff and daughter, Edna, are visiting idatives In Fainter City this woek. ' —Mr. and Mr*. AV. A. Orondorrt entertained Mr. mid Mrs. John \V." Farmer, of Lexington, Sunday. —Mr. George Holliß, who was repotted aH seriously 111 with typhoid fever, Is slightly Improved. —Little Lynn Hollis, who has been sick for so many weeks with typhoid fever, bccms to Improve very slaw It. —The young ladies' G. A. G. club are to gl\o a picnic at Houghton's, lake Thm.sday uftciuoun, Juno o.' Supper is to be toned In picnic style nnd all iiuticlp.ite a good time. i
Giliam. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Giliam. —Mrs. John Hoach is on the sick Hit. —Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mo.rce.llus and Mr. John Mowery spent Sunday In l'uorla. —Mr. Ernest Johnson of Padua, is visiting this week with Mi, Finnic, Roach. —Mr. It. Lawrence was attacked bj a vicious hog and severely bitten in the leg. -Mis. John Creol and daughter, E.ljtb, of South Dakota, are visiting this week at r. Frank Downs'. Mr. and Mis. Peierbon entertained a number of tholr young friends on Satin - day evening. The time was. pleasantly fcpont in dancing. —Mi. and Mrs. Frank Downs entertained about forty of their young friends on Friday oiciilng. Dancing and othci amusements weio Indulged in.
Woodruff. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Woodruff. —Mr. Androw Nlckelson spent Thursday In Pckln. , , | —Float lias visited corn In low places In tills locality Mlchout much damage. —Miss Minnie Sldell departed Saturday for it two week's visit with friends at Farmer City and Urbaua. —.Mr. and .Mis Wash Thompson returnid Wednesday from rainier Clt\, where thev have been spending a few weeks. —On Friday morning last at his homo o.lßt ot thlt place ocuiried thu death or Adam Del man, Jr. His reiualna were placed In Stout's drove cemetery Monday. .
Seven Years in Bed. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Seven Years in Bed. ■Wlll wonders noer cease?" Inquire the friends ot Mrs. 1- Pease, of Lawrence, Kas. Thej knew she hud been unable to leaMi her bed In seven years on account of kidney and liver tiuuble, iicivous prostration and general dcbilitv; but, "Three bottler ol Hclectilc Bitters'uiablert mn to walk," ahe wiltes. "and In tluee mouth-, 1 felt like a new person." Women &lt;-uf. ferlng from Headache. Unck.nche, Nervousness, Ploepli'usneis, Mclnnchuh, Fainting mid 0177 V Spells will fin,) it a ptlcclosa blessing. Tts It Satisfaction fc&gt; gmiranteed. only 5C!c. W. \V. Marmou aud A. E. Stout, Xortnal.
AROUND HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
AROUND HOME. —riaiiatMii will probably celebrate the Fourth of July. , —A new boiler lor the city of Eureku, at tha wutor work', will he built soon. —The sixth annual commencement of the Melvln high school will occur Fiiduy evening. | , —.Mr. f*. A. Wamei, of Sillies, has commenced the erection of his handsome new residence. t —l'iosp&lt;ctb arc blight ior tbo Clinton Chautauqua to he held at Weldon Springs August 10 to ilti. —Two bundled and sixty marriage llecneea hn\o been If sued in Uecatur within the last si\ month!!. —Charles Wall, of BoW'itt, aged 30 years, left homo a week ago his whereabouts arc unknown. —Companies havo been organized at Sullivan and .Maioon to prospect for natural and artiiicial gas. —J. V.'. R rhinond. of Fisher hat sold a line pair of Xoiuiaii horses to a Mr. Dewey of DeLand, for ?DOO. —Miss Megnn, of Clinton has been declared the most populai high bchool graduate. She leeched 2,M3 votes --.Miss Nellie r. Smith, formerly of Urbniu, and Mr. Lewis ...
Roanoke. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Roanoke. —.Mlsb .Mamie Jeter will teach district No, 2 ne\t season. —"linogcno" was played Friday and Satuidaj evening to good houses. —Koauoke beat Benson In base ball Thiusd.iy ot last week by a score of 20 tu 7. —Flank McVoy was hurt Monday night by the cinder car and was unable to work for a week. —llubeit Tlson and Miss Celona Marsey were man led Saturday by 'Squire MLEldovvney. Roauoltu will colobrnto this ytar on July 1. Alro.uly JI7C has boeu subscribed to cairy the piogrammo through. —M. T. Bndgely has purchased the Gideon Jeter piuperly adajaccnt to A. Veuve's dwelling. Considoiatlon, SSOO. —.V. It Mooie, local manager, has purchased the eutiio gialn business at this place ftom naitlott, Fra/.er &amp; Co, not Including tho lumber ynid. The change does not go Into effect until July. Consideration, $lO,OOO.
McLean. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
McLean. —Mr. and Mis. Slurry Overaker, ot Springfield spent Sunday with McLean fi lends. —Mrs. iMlth l'owors of Chlcjgo arrived hero Satuidny for a short visit with relatives and ft lends. —U I&gt;. Doilgson lost n valuable milch cow a few days ago. After being blck a fuw days she died of convulsions. —.Mr. C. C. Cobiim fell fi om a building a few days ago and injuiud bis foot so badly that he is compelled to use crutches. —The new Model Lnundry with their now building, new machinery, water puilller and e.\porlonced help are pleasing etorybody. \V. M. King, agent. —Mrs. \V. A. Smith, of Sprlnglleld, secretary of the W. F, M., society of the M. 13. church of the Illinois confeicuce spoke on the biihject of missions, at tho M E. church Sunday morning and nt tho close a good collection was taken. Elder 0. B. Taylor occupied the pulpit In tho evening.
GOING NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
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