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Don't Hold a Quarter [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Don't Hold a Quarter —So close 10 your eye that you can't see a dollar behind It. In other words, don't buy a buggy tiom anyone at ten or fifteen dollars los 3 than our price on the "genuine Columbia" Just because you're told It's "Just at) Rood." You'll leiuu It Isn't, heroic many days Don't .save a quajter and let a dollai get .twav from you. lIAIIBER BROS. COMPANY. "It It's from Ilatber's, it's good."
How to Make Money. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
How to Make Money. —lt Is equally as Important to know how to spend It' wisely. Alaska refrlgeratprs don't cost you any moie to buy than the many Interim but good-looking ! efi iterators. Hut Alasltas do save lco and save it each year. Wc guniantoe t h e y will keep up a circulation of cold drv air as long as there is, Ice in them. We've sold the Alaska for 25 years. We know they are good. U. 11. HEAD &amp; DHO.
NORMAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
NORMAL NEWS. —Mr. Clyde Uuble. bookkeeper for the Vinegar factory In Bloomington is quite 111 at his homo on North Linden stieet. - —Mrs. G. W. Moore of South Linden stieet, who has been quite Hi for some time, .was, not quite so well yesterday. —Dr. and Mrs T. W. Bath and son, Tommy, ale \lsliing with friends Id Normal Dr. Bath expects to locate In Bloointngton. —Friends and relatives of the high school graduates, will find it to their advantage to get our prices on gift books, fountain pens, etc., before purchasing. COI3N &amp; SOX. —The little four year old son of Mrs. Kuostman fell down stairs Inst Saturday at the home of his grandfather, Dr. Koflott, and bioko his arm, also'dislocating it at the elbow. —The final examinations for the year at the public schools will close today, and this afternoon commencing at 1:16, interesting exercises will be heldl In the dlfletont grades. Tomorrow evening in the Methodist church will be held. the annual commencement exercises. —Mr. ...
WITH THE SICK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
WITH THE SICK. —Mr. Charles Llnsey of 005 South Madison street is seriously ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. Waif red Lundgrecn of East Jacksou stret Is seriously ill. Mrs. Patrick Riley of Covel, who Mis seriously hurt by a fall several weeks ago, Is able to be out again. - Her arm which was broken Is slowly getting well. Bud she can use It sotne. She Is 73 years of sge and it Is rather remarkable that the bones have knitted together so well, owing to her advanced ago. This Is the fourth serious accident that. Mrs. Riley has nxperlenced In her life. One tlmo she bad her thigh broken, another time her ankle was fractured and tho third she broke her wrist. Mr. George Hollls of Hondryx te very low with typhoid fever. Mr. Silas Groves of 1222 North Oak street, a C. &amp; A. fireman, Is seriously sick with pneumonia.
Admitted to Graduating Class. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Admitted to Graduating Class. —The high school committee met last night and decided to grant William Lyons the privilege of receiving bis diploma with his class and on the night of June 0. Immediately at the close of the exercises the diploma Is to be returned by him to the secretary of tha board of education. The secretary Is to hold the same until Mr. Lyons completes the wdrk In which be Is now. delinquent and the said work to be completed within one year from June 0 He is delinquent in both fourth-yoar English and advanced German, and It Is thought young Mr. Lyons can make up his work In a tow weeks at the beginning of the fall term.
A Gate is Needed. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
A Gate is Needed. —lt has been suggested that It would be a convenient arrangement were a gate placed between the City and Kvergroon cemuterlrs. Large numbers of people stroll through these cities ot the dead altnoßt every dsy, and when they dosire to visit both places It Is necessary to go a long distance around to get in. They believe that a gate would coist but little, and would bo highly appreciated.
For Treatment in Chicago. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
For Treatment in Chicago. —MrB. H. Schwulst and daughter, Henrietta, ot South Madison street, left yesterday morning for Chicago, where the daughter will undergo tieatmont for a dislocated shoulder. The treatment will compel her to (o through eighty machines each morning. On Saturday aftornoon her friends surprised her with 11 farewell party at which they oxprosed wishes for her speedy recovery.
Services at Swedish Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Services at Swedish Mission. —Prof. F. Risberg, from tho Chicago Theological Seminary, will preach at the Swedish Christian mission church at 7:30 this evening, and Row John Hagstrom, from Chicago, will preach next Thursday nt 7:30 p. n&gt; and next Sunday at 10:30 u. m. and 7:30 p. in. at the same place. All Scandinavians arc cordially Invited,
NOW IN SECOND PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
NOW IN SECOND PLACE. lllouutlnitttin Drops H' I'ok in the l.iagm&lt; Slinullnß l&gt;&gt; Luhliik «uumj \% itli l)v. nitur In i:\lHluk Onti'St. Decatur, II!., Juno 3.—(Special.)—Tlic rival giants of ihe Throe Eye League met on 'the diamond today In the presence of it big crowd, and when the slzilng had ceased and the dust had settled, the husXj rootcis obsened that Deenlur had wou, 4 to 3. Just as the game opened a boy came Into the diamond earning a huge bouquet of liowers for McGree\y. It came from somebody unknown to the recipient and Improved to be a Jonah. Deeatur was In great luck, though the home plajors found McUietny an easy mark. Klornan led off In the second with a piotty lilt and Jfoonan followed wlUi a twohngger. Connolly had sacrificed, Klerunn .scoring. Biuce made a hit, hut was put out at second on McGiew'b bunt hit, pud Swalm sent a liner to center field and on Kinlock's, wild throw to third both men scoied. In the eighth Butt made a hit and s...
DECATUR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
DECATUR. K. 11. O. A. U MlCliuw, ss... 0 i l j ] llul„'ci, 11 0 O 7 0 1 Hurt. 1. ( 1 1 4 il 0 llulnui, c o 2 &lt;; 2 o Kieruan, 2b 1 2 4 11 Cojinollv, o. t 1 10 0 tt Xconilit, 3b 1 2 12 0 intuitu, r. t 0 110 1 Ilium:, i) 0 10 2 0 Totals I ii i; ii |
BLOOMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
BLOOMINGTON. H H. 0. A. i:. 2b 0 0 2 3 0 kinloU, c. f ..0 0 111 Thompson, r. f 1 10 0 0 Cutmus, 1. i, &amp; c .......1 2 2 0 0 Ktsoy, lb 0 1 10 0 0 Kin*, ss 0 0 3 0 0 Bioun, 1 2 2 2 Hell, c. &amp;1. f 1 0 7 0 0 VfUJrceu*, p 0 l fl 2 0 Totals .. ~3 0 27 II 3 Score by inning— 1 2 3 J *i o 7 S 0 Decatur 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 o—4 r&gt;!oumui};ion 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2—3 Km md ram—Decatur 1, Hloomltif.ton 1. hits— Klernan, Xoonnn, Maine*.*. Double plajs—Biulc to McGnitt to banger; VA-H\ to Kinc. struck out- Hv Hruce 4, T&gt;\ Mt.line\\ 2. Uascs on bull'—OlF Bruce 4, off MiUreity 1. lilt by puchtd ball—Else}. Stolen babes—Swaltn. Tunc—l.2o Umpire—Voris
WEEK'S MUSICAL EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
WEEK'S MUSICAL EVENTS. First Graduation Recital of Wosleynn College— Othert Scheduled Up to Juno 12. —The first graduation programme of the Wesleyan College of Music was given last evening at Grace M. H. church. This evening at the First M. E, church tho second graduation programme will bo given. Another on Wednesday evening at Amie chapel and one on Friday evening at Grace church. A recital of some of the jounger students of Miss Evans will be heard at Arale chnpel on Friday afternoon. The llrst commencement programme will be gl\eu on Saturday evening at the Wesleyan, and the second, on which occasion the certificates and diplomas will be presented by the president, on Wednesday afternoon, June 12. Last evening at Grace church Miss Efflo Alllnson, assisted by Miss Brakel in two violin selections, Miss Baldwin in two songs and Miss Cooper In a reading, gave one of the most artistic programmes ever heard In the city. She played compositions of Salnt-Saens, Joselfy, Chopin and the stu...
Replaced the Rope. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Replaced the Rope. —One ot tho members ot the sophomore class of tho high school climbed the flag pole on that building yesterday and leplaoed tho Jopo used to raise the flag. It had been torn douu in removing the junior colors. The deed was a nervy one on the part of tho youth. , &gt; .
Have a New Band Room. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Have a New Band Room. —The DeMolay band has secured a room on tho third floor of the Smith building on Noith Main s&gt;treet. They have the entire floor. Reading tables will be put in and the quarters used as a club room by members of the band, in addition to being a place where they can practice. i