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FOR YOU TO READ. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
FOR YOU TO READ. —Chicago's motto is "I Will." Elder Dowie's trade mark is "I Won't." So it looks as if there might be something doing. ' i | , —An Indiana boy had his head blown off by the accidental discharge of a shotgun, and the reporter who wrote up the accident said that he died instantly. That was much better for the poor fellow than to have lingered along for weeks with no head. —When the Greeks taw the waves engulfing the mjrind fleet of Xerxes their Joy Knew no bound* "This Is boss for us," cried they. And the name Bossforus or Bosphorus, as it presently came to be spelled, has clung to those wat»'a until the present day. —The surgeons think nothing nowadays of taking out a man's stomach. At Santa Ana, Cal., they have relieved a auflerer of ono lung, much to his benefit. They will aoon lake people's heads of! and leave some ot them more intelligent and more beautiful than they were before.,
A PARTY FOR YOUR LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
A PARTY FOR YOUR LIFE. —ln describing "one of the most delightful functions of the season," an exchange hays: "To the music ot mandolin and guitar, the piano, ami more than all, the unique feature of the gramophone, the dance was on and Joy was unconflned until Might's candles weio burned out and jocund flay stood tiptoe on the misty mountain top." &lt; —The Atchison (Kas.) Globe has many alinost-a-mjstery items. Here Is one of them: "A number of young women came across a boy lying face downward In a gutter the other evening and they decided he was dead; piobably murdeied. While one ran for a telephone the others tried to pick him up. 'Dog on &gt;ou,' said the boy, 'you have told on me.' And a girl around the' corner began to yell, 'One, two, three for Johnny.'" ' i ; —Here is an e\peilence that Is not unfamiliar to many. The xerso is from the Philadelphia Record: "Oh! what a tangled web we weave When (list we piactfce to deceive!" Hut after we have tried a bit We ma...
WEALTH NO OBSTACLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
WEALTH NO OBSTACLE. —The Clinton Times publishes a matrimonial porsonal very touching In quality. Here It is: ••A young man (S3) connected with fanning, desires to correspond, also make the acquaintance of a suitable partnut. Ilelng self-supporting ho does not seek tor much wealth, still the same would lie acceptable if convenient. For' other puiticulais, etc." ,
THE KNOCKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
THE KNOCKERS. The world Is full of people who are never h.itlslled , With the way the Lord Is regulating ' And the chances are if any of them took a turn and died They'd stmt kicking on the pattern of their wings. , They're a nuisance at the best— A clrcumferaneous pest; If they haven't time to tell it they treasuie up the rest— . And of all the vicious And malicious And seditious Tales, ; Tile Society of Knockers takes the cooky wltli Its wails. I —Denver Times.
CAUGHT HIS MEANING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
CAUGHT HIS MEANING. —A well known Pacific coast attorney, who prides himself upon his handling or Chinese witnesses, wns defending a tallvvny damage case. The lawyer is a bii near-sighted so tailed to notice when a Chinaman enmo upon tho htnnd that the witnesses' clothing was of liner texture than the ordinary coolie. i ' Instead of following the usual questions as to name, residence, if the nattne of an oath were understood, etc., the following dialogue ensued: "What is your name?" "Kee Lung." "You live in San Francisco?" "Yes." "You sabo God?" ' I i ".Mr. Attorney, if you mean 'Do I understand the entity of our Creator?' I will •.Imply h ay that Thursdaj evening next I shall address the State Ministerial Association on the subject of "The Divlnit&gt; of Christ" and shall be pleased to have &gt;ou attend." Whin order was restored tho examination proceeded on oidlnary lines, but to the day of his death the lawyer will never ii.iK- to be aeked if he "sabe Cod."—Stray ...
GET READY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
GET READY. —May with its umbrellas and Inrtuenra lias departed. Spring is an obsolete season, for summer Is beginning to llame up. Anxious souls that are always making themselves uncomfortable by trjlng too h.ird for comfort are already fretting about how they are going to keep cool. Out in Kansas City, where they say a drv clear will catch lire in a man's walbtcoat pocket as he ■walks the streets at noon, the fight for coolness is on. The Journal of that town says thoro Is a heavy demand for tho now men's shira waist. Ono dealer has sold twenty-flvo dozen copies of this garment and thousands more nie on the counters. The thing is thus described: "it is severely plain; It is loud in color; It has suspenders concealed beneath Its folds; It Is expensive; it is to be worn with white collar, but the cuffs are attached. Tho fashion of having a drawstring at the waist, with which lemlnine ones are built, Is eschewed, but a belt wilt be worn for looks, the suspenders making it not a necess...
Eureka. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Eureka. —Prof. R. E. IJleronymus was In Chlcaga the latter part of last week. —George Tea*dalo baa been giving public exhibitions of glass blowing for several da&gt;s. —Fred Barrett contemplates the erection of a large feed (stable on bis property on Major street. —Miss Geneva Swluford of Watseka has been visiting relatives and friends In this city for several days. —t. S. Canny left Saturday afternoon for Indiana, where he was called by the serious Illness of his mother. —An Inspector of rural delivery routes s expected to be here In a short* time to Investigate the proposed route from this city. , —The El Paso and Eureka high school tennis tean.6 pla&gt;od double tennis Saturday afternoou, Eureka winning two out of three. —E. G. Brov.n. who has been operating the Eureka steam laundrv for several month!,, has purchased the "plant from M. 11. Titus of Monmouth. .i~™ uow tlmo canl nont lnto e "cct on the r.,&lt;l&gt;. &amp; w. road Sunday. The ...
DELAVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
DELAVAN. —Miss Minnie Bnenlng, of La Salle, is the guest of her friend, Miss Josephine Briggs. f-.&gt;7l M ''?• CI"" -1 "* 5 F - "atten,. of' Springheld, Mo., is visiting at the home of her father, Mr. Richard Hoghton. —Mlu) Josephine Briggs, who has been attending the state university at Normal, returned home Friday evening for the summer vacation. —Mr. John Dlhbrow departed for a visit through the eastern states Saturday morning. While absent he will vlblt the PnnAmertcan exposition and relatives in New York state. | —l'armors in this xlelnlty are complaining of the dry weather, and sav that rain Is needed very badly, and that Insects of many varieties are working on the growing etops. In some places chinch bugß are damuglng the oats.
SAYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
SAYBROOK. —Prof. J. n. Simer and family will depart today for Salem, to spend the vacation. -&lt; , , | , —rtobert Lott and son, Hany, and W. O. Perry were in Bloomington jesterday on business. &gt; , | I —Miss Mary Grun, of Gibson City, visited her irlend, Miss Jessie Peterson, at this place Monday. —Mr. Miller, our llvetyman, now occupies the new brick barn Just north of the depot, ' It is J2.\S2 feet. —lhe giaxel is on the street running fioin Lincoln stieet to the postofllce and brick pavement will be put in as soon as possible. , , —A large two-story blick block will be erected on the site ot the old lively barn by Messrs Lott, Stoier and McCollum Bros.
Fisher. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Fisher. —Hay Davidson, of Champaign, was heie Satuiduy. —Mis. G. E. Haas entertained a brother Horn Urbana the last of the week. —Mrs. E. Waid of Champaign was the guest of relatives here last week. —Mrs. H. Mai tin who has been very 111, Is slowly improving. —Children's day exercises wore held at the Iloustanvllle chinch Sunday afternoon The collections for missions amounted to ten dollars. —The fanneis have been plowing coin. On account of the cold wealhei It is quite small and of a very yellow color. Oats and grass are In excellent condition.
Metamora. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Metamora. —E. J. Abeisol, of Peoria, Sundayed at his home in this city. —llev. Mr. Palmer, of Normal, preached his farewell sermon at the Union church Sunday. i —P. C. lsch &amp; Co. are going to erect a building 'IQ by 20 for an implement house near the railroad. —-Mr. Joseph Stelnzman, who has been sick as the result of a stroke of apoplexy, is much better. | ,
Padua. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Padua. —James Eberuart spent Sunday with a friend here. —.Mr. T. 0. Pratt has been building a porch on his houbc. i i —Mr. Wilfred Jennings is tearing down the old barn which Is on his place. —Mr. David Merwln is hauling a carload of brick trom heie for his new house. —Next Wednchday evening will ho given a sttawberry and ice cream sociable at the Padua M. E. chuich by the ladles of the church. , . \
EL PASO [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
EL PASO —Mr. J. Hodgson, of Mlnonk, spent Sunday here with friends and relatives. —Walter Porter, of Foirbury, * spent Sunday here with relatives. Mrs. Larlson, of Stanfoid, is spending n few .days with her son, Fred, hero. —Upon the advice of a physician Mrs. Corbett was moved to Chicago Sunday, where her case could bo given better attention. Mr. Corbett,' her sister and a trained nurse attended her. —Miss Ethel Sprluggate leaves Wednesday for Minneapolis, Minn'. She expects to be gone for some time. She will visit Lake Minnetonka and various other places during her stay. , | (
CHENOA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
CHENOA. —Mr. Fred C. Hayward awl wife, who have been visiting at Xenia 111., returned homu on Monday. —Mr. L C. Sw overland sold SO acres of land two and one-half miles southeast of Chenoa on Monday to Mr. D. S. Meais Possession of the land will be given Manh 3, 1902. —ltev. R. H. Figgins, of this city, and Ucv. It. s. Vivian, of Minouk, exchanged pulpits on Sunday. Luige audiences greeted Mi. Vivian at tho .Methodist church both inoinlng and evening, he being a foimer pastor the Chenou chuich.
Saves Two From Death. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Saves Two From Death. 'Our little daughter hud an almost fatal attack of whooping eought and bronchitis," writes .Mrs. W. K. llaviland or Ainionk, •V , "but, when all other remedies failed, lie sa\ed her life with 11 r. King's Now Discovery. Our niece, who Had eonbumptiou in an advanced stage, also used this wondeiful medicine and today she is perfectly well." Desperate thioat and lung diseases yield to Dr. icing's Now Discovery as to no other medicine on earth. Infnllible for Coughs and Coldu. Site and ?l bottles gunianteed by Vv\ W. Mm man and A. B. Stout. Normal. i
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
** WAfcTS* Ttirce titles or le*s undor thl* beading lor, 15c rcr d»y or 60c Ycr week. Additional littch ot some rate. do»n. lawaiwa A female cooV (white or black) with riautfbtcr or son to do rtitiiuc-romu .' baybroik Hotel, Suybrook, 111. j4-ai« WATv'TEO— Gfrl for reneril bouyework: silbll lauilly. "07 E. Monroo. MKS. J. R. YOUNG. W ANTt'U—Girl (or Genera] housteuork, i' sn-al! family. HC U. Mnrkot-ht. J.'-tl \T ANTED—Two eirls at AK.N'OLD'S Hotel W'ANTED—&lt;iood girl that understands » 1 naii'ity? on tables and lunch countor.GiKul nv to rlcbt i.arty. »Address I-ook ha\ bW, l'ontlac, HI. } JH-rtt* Renin. .SO6 E. Wishlniuon-su At oncp. \\7 ANTEU-iCo'mpctcnt ifirl lor (siniirol » hoU!&gt;i:iiorl&lt;: family or three persons. Cull tl hoU!&gt;i:iiorl&lt;: family or three persons. Cull morula*!, ut «a K. Front-iU Jl-31J. WANTED—Goon evpcriencru dininc-room T } girl. AUdruss OKfKNV House, J'ulo. lit L\7ANlKll—Exiorlcnccd while cook: no M cashing o...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
ETE3E PcisotMi Prorcrc\. \ Iron SALE—.Cphsnoh or superior make • and In flue condition ut 9to w. tt'ood-*t., City. jt.tf ialtlbHMLM liJ MiIWJUWBIBIfftHWH - tain. t&gt; syrups: ilxiure&gt;, etc. Good us new. Address "U. Z ,'* care Pnnuit;ra]&gt;h. j'i-St I&lt; QU SALl,—Cheap—rtni*, large oltico Kite, ■ Rood dehlc and u few chafr&amp;. Inquire S. Cenicr-hL j,i-3i* lit SALF.—iv«j Manson wliecl. only ridden Mi wiles: pnctlcalW us cood ns new. H.irjjuln. Address "A L. J»V* cure VonugrnpKZl bOH SALE—A tine roirt marc: 0 ycursold, ■*- 18 hands. uulKbt about I 180 lus. nud hound. Cull 107 E. .MulUorr&gt;-st. BK. U A. UUKiL Jt" 17&gt;Or. SAUK— House— The trusters of th&lt;--Second Christian t lsurcb will reecho ciiih bias ror the* house, including foundation, on s-. \\. corner Mulberrv and to nntl including JtiucS. The house to Uo moved and tlio lot cleared of all debris between July I unJ Augutt 1. IWi. ■ WILLIAM It. WHITE. FRA...