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New Supervisor Here. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
New Supervisor Here. —Miss Cora 51. Hamilton, who in to supervise the work in tho primaly grades of the city rrhools next year, arrived here jcitwiliiy from J'ontlac anil Is tho guest of Miss Shaffer, the retiring supervisor. Miss Hamilton has been teaching in the Pontlac high school the past year.
BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
BRIEF MENTION. —Mr. J. 1). Ooublo.v has returned fiom a visit in Chicago. —IX-l'nytnnster Tioll of the Alton spent &gt;csterd.iy In this city. —Mis. Donlon and daughter, Miss Mary, \lsllod In PoKIn Sunday. —Wi. anil Mis. John O'Shon of Chicago are ilslting iclatlves here. —Mi. Edwaid Fnhey was in Sprlugfleld &gt;esterdni attending a wedding. —Mrs. Verne McGllviny of Lexington, is \lsltlng In Kansas City, Mo. —Mr. John Twinkle has lotumed to Chicago after a Bhorl stay In this city. —Mrs. Mary E. Milliliter of South nnst street Is Usltlng relatives In Teire Haute, Ind. —.Mr. and Mis, James Hundle relumed home to I'oMn yestenlnv after a \ i-.il In this ck\. —Mrs 1.. Flu-Henry of Gibson Cltv Is t "Kiting hei luother, Mrs. J. S McN'eriioy, of West Monroe street. —Mis. L. Hobeitson has returned to her home In Fnrmui City after a sboit \isii with relatives here. —Mr. George IJams of Fanner City Is \kiting his uncle, Mr. J. H. Wonuacott, of North Center street. —Miss Dals&am...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Osteopathy. . nropcrly will olthor euro or ureotly, W tier cent of case, that medicine will ".""'"Thisstntcmont can be v«rifled*uy nisr&lt; " Dt .J/tfentH. LJ. UAKTPOKD, Oateopatll, "."Scars'Mjierlenc "" " !'»' Snriti Mom. on four car line*, thfc city. ? troM« now. 7«. Examination free. I '■"« ~»Ub oftlcu treatment, usual rates. . H. JOHNSON'S FIRE INSURANCE A6ENCX. 109 East Washlagtom-st. I n. E Campbell lnsurance b Notnrv. ' AND READ ESTATE. 0 noum MB Pl«tN.Uon»l B»nk Bid*.. 0 ' Hioomlneton, 111 j. D. SULLIVAN uui&gt;i: AND SIGN PAINTING. WALL TINTING. CiKAININO AND PAPEK HANGING. v n rin-hitil Floors anil Hard-Wood Finish- ' itltf o Sriccinlt}. ij.,l ot references. SHOP 412 North Center. ADA BERTONI OCCULTIST. &gt;] nc.ilr.vs nnil Frlflnys 9 n. in. to 8 p. m. (Other clnjH bv appointment). 7oiliiri! nml nufl Cla!rvo\nnt Hcidtngß I'miliic Slttinifs anil Htirosrooes. 1 •'.»""•-" Ml M«!TB MAIS-ST. L. H. KERRICK., UL.OUMIM.TON. lUL. \ runp clce'.e. well tired a...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
p E « TO °,SW TI)ESDAY,-JUNE4 Philliber&amp;Botsfords COMPANY OF COMEDIANS I'KESEXTIXO Everything Bright and New- ' an:l rlglit up'wilh the calendar., PUIOIiS—ISo, SJo, S!« will Mo. SEASONABLE 600DS Gasoline Stoves from $3.00 up. Refrigerators from $5.00 up. Rubber Hose from 6c per foot up Lawn Mowers from $2.50 up. Ply Screens—all kinds. Ice Cream Freezers—all kinds. Chctry Stoncrs—all kinds. South Side oT Square. Reduction IN PRICES OF Premo Cameras The manufacturers of Premo Cameras have made a radical change In prices of their cameras.. We are now In position to offer ihls line at lower prices than ever before. Corn Belt Drug Store 424 North MaJn-sL B £ 33 1 I 1 IBS m Hi ■ ai ss bs There's The Mark. , I Every maker Is known by the goods he puis out. It is the chinaware that makes the mark valuable —not the mark lhat makes the chinaware. We are opening some ■ of the prettiest lines of dinner sets ever shown In this city—our very latest spring Importations—and best of all ...
GRADUATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
GRADUATION DAY. ——— -o* Proßnttnmo for Exitclhcs of iiramumrnud IllKh S&lt;honli. to Hi; Chin »it Tliurmiuy. —The graduating exercises of the city schools will be hold next Thursday afternoon, those of the grammar schools occurring at the Coliseum In the afternoon ami those of tho high school at the Grand opera house in the evening. There will he forty-one graduates from the high school,twenty-three from the January class from the Edwards, twenty-eight from the rianklln, twenty from tho Emerson, eighteen from the Irving, thirty from the Edvvaids nud nineteen from the Jefferson, making a total of 179 pupils who will finish this jeer. The honor pupils from the grammar schools were announced Saturday morning Of the high school seholnis the highest average lor tour yeais was made by Charles J.- Stow ell, the grade being IiC.S He took the Latlii-scleutlflc couise. Julia Montrose Holder made the highest average In the classical course, doing four'and tne-half yeats' work In four j...
AFTERNOON PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
AFTERNOON PROGRAMME. Two o'clock at the Coliseum. Music—"Cahuuhe Wult/es," Abe Holzman. Edwards school oichestra. ln\ocatlon—Rev. Lorun D. Osborn. Mubie—"Blow Swift Winds." (Vincent). Two-part choius by twelve girls. Declamation— "Patsy." Kate Douglas Wiggins. Florence Swcarlngcn, January class Edwards school. Exercises with Indian clubs, supervisor Fiodcrlck Loien/, director—William Cunklin. aecompanibt; twelve boys. Declamation, "Old Soapy." Anon—Carleton Bunows, Franklin school. Dcelumation, "rinding Your Level. ' Edgar Jones—Mollle MeE\oy Irving school, 1 Music, violin solo—Cecil BurJelfeli. Declamation, "The Marriage of the Flowejfc," S. H. M. Byeis—Lillian M. Adams, Umei son school. ? Deelatnatlon, "The Fiddle Told," Nora Franklin—Coclle Montgomery, Jefferson school. Music. "The Toirent," Marehant—Three part chorus by twenty graduates. Deulomntion. "The Going of the White Swann." Gilbert Paikcr — Funk, Edwonls school. Ball drill. Supervisor Frederick Loren?, director—Helen McC...
HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMME. At the Grand opera house, S o'clock p. m. 1 , Song, "Away to the Fields/1 Wilson — High school choius. Invocation—Rev. Wenwcs Smith. Song, "The Cuekoo," Flttlg—Girls' glee cluh. 1 1 I Address "Words"—Rev. Ilonry K. "Donlinger. Song, "Mountain Echoes," French — Hleh hehool chorus 1 Presentation of diplomas—Superintendent E M. Van Pet ten. Song. "To Thee. 0. Country," Elchberg —High eohool choius. Benediction—Rev. N. IT. G Fife.
THE GRADUATES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
THE GRADUATES. The high school graduate** ate as follows: Josephine Raymond Armstrong, G; Carrie K. Atkinson, L S.; lllhlu M. iiuesrher, (5.; Edwin Stanton Brown; Maiy Edith Christy, L. S.; Bernaid Capen, C.; Jessie Rebecca Chapman, L. S ; James Joseph Coutello, G.; Mary H. Deal, C.; Hnuy L. Deal, Jr., G.; Maurice Flynn, G.; Robert Warren Gotshall, G.; Julia Montrose Holder, C.; Uenjami.n P. lllltubiand, L S.; Theodosin P. Hopkins, C.; Arthur H. Humes. G.; Hurley Jamos Hallett, G.; C.llbeit D. Holcomb. G.; Guy Carlyle Jolmstone, G.; Carrie De Etta Leach, L. S.; Carrie Mason. L. S.; Franklin Moiquls, (J.; Lola Miller, L. S.; Walter C. Muxfeld, *G.; Madge Montgometyr C.; Grace Moore. L S.; Agnes K. O'Nqll, G.; Glenn David Price, G.; Edith Vincent Smith, L. S ; Mac K. Steele, C.; Aithur John Smith, L S :• Vera Mao Snow. L. S.; t Charles J. Stmvell, L. S.: Anna B. Sweeney. G ; Edna M.VauScholcU, US.; Emma Ruth Vlney, L. S.; William P. Lyons. D S ; Alda Lotiorc Wilcox. L S.; Earle Cniy W...
NAAMAN, THE LEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
NAAMAN, THE LEPER. UmiißOllst ScoWlle Treadled it Sermon Ijibi Xlgtit Upon lIIh Character—Teu Persons Baptized. —Despite the warm weather of last night, a large audience assembled at the Christian church. The services opened with singing under the leadership of Prof. DeLoss Smith, which echoed through the entire building and into which o\en body Joined with much enthusiasm. The congregation sang several inspiring songs, after which Mr. Smith rendered a solo, • Under His Wings." Mr. Smith has a vonderfully sweet and powerful \olce and the people are thoroughly Inspired with gladness and enthusiasm under his leadership. At the close of the sermon seven j persons came foiward and were given the right band of fellowship by the pastor. Kcv. Mr. Seoville took for his text • Naaraau, Captain of the Hosts of S&gt;rla." He began his adduss by describing the hlstoilcal and beautiful laud of Palestine sad pictured In a glowing and highly Interesting manner the city of Damascus, probabl...
RUMORS REGARDING HUGHITT [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
RUMORS REGARDING HUGHITT Stiltl Former Cliicugo A: Alton Otilclul U to Itetiru Tioiii Presidency f»f the Northwestern. —Tho Chicni;o Ti lliuno yesterday hail llio following to say regarding Mr. Marvin Hughltt. rouner olllelnl of the Chicago &amp; Alton, now picsident of the Chicago &amp; Northwestern railroad: -For a number of ycurb on tho eve of the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Chicago &amp; Northwestern rumors have been set afloat that Marvin llughiit, the veteran president of the load, would resign and become chairman ot the board of directors. As the onuual meeting of the stockholder of tho company takes place uo\t Thuisday the bame old rumors about Presideut Hughitt's resignation have been floating around for a week. Positive denial is made that any change ot the kind is contemplated. To make President Hughltt chairman of the bojrd it would bo necessary for Albert Keep, who has held that position for many soars, to resign, nnd_lt_ls_hardly p...
Cotter's New Position. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Cotter's New Position. —The Decatur Review has the following to say concerning Mr. William Cotter, formerly of this city, whose change was announced In the Pantagraph Monday: Circulars will bo out tomorrow morning announcing tho appointment of William Cotter superintendent of the western division of the Grand Trunk, to tho place of genoial superintendent of the Iron Mountain, vice J. M. Herbert, who resigns to take a position with another road. Tho general suporintendeucy of tho Iron Mountain Is now one of tho most desirable tiansportatlon positions in the country. Only one general superintendent gets more money and that Is the general superintendent of the Grand Tiuuk. Superintendent Cotter will have under his "Jiiiisdlction 2,000 miles of lallroad, including the main lines of the Iron Mountain from St. Louis to Texarkana and from Colfoevllle, Kas., to. New Orleans nd the vnrious branches. William Cotter is a brother of J. J. Cotter, trninmubter or the ninth and thirteenth district...
Approves Practical Road Work. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Approves Practical Road Work. —Editor Pnntaginph:—l was especially pleased with bonie of the simple mothoils propobed by Pi of. Ira O. Baker, In his bulletin on cnith loads, quoted in the Pantagraph. lie sass he lias been a heavy stick of timber shod with a steel plate and drawn by two horses used with great success for leveling the rouds and Illllng the nits. Also n railroad rail or a 7-inch I-beam weighing 15 pounds per foot. These may be used much more easily than the big graders, nioio of them may be owned by the township or city; They and their use me far less expensive and excellent work may be accomplished by their Übe at the right time, which Is early, before the ground becomes haul and hence veiy dilllcult to binooth. The simple, cheap, successful and sensible methods must certainly commend themselves to thoughtful load commissioners who know the difficulty of getting the heavy, cumbersome giaders Übed when they ought to be used. PANTAGRAPH READER.
A Prize Recipe. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
A Prize Recipe. —Following is the recipe for chicken pie by Miss Elmira J. Dickinson of Eureka, which won a silver tea sot In a ptlzo recipe contest conducted by "The County Home:" Cook the chicken until tender; bone, cut into thin smnll pieces, salt, and place in pan, mingling light and daik moat. Keep hot. Gtavy—Three tablcspoonsfuls butter (unless your chicken is well fatted,) 3 of (lour, salt mm pepper to taste. Mi.\ these well. Add 3 cups of the hot stock in which the chicken has cooked, and boil to smooth sauce. Then add one cup of cream or milk, and heat. Pour over the chicken, reseivlng some for use at table. Keep hot.
Teamsters' New Schedule. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Teamsters' New Schedule. —-The Teanifiteis' Union held a meeting last night at which it was decided that nine hours should he a daj's work, with pay at $3.25 per day. This action was taken in order to make the houis unifonn, tho city having decided that teamstets In Its employ should v.oik nine hours. Of course where a teamster takes a contiact to do a certain job of work he may woik as ninny houis as he chooses.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
and OLD PEOPLE g Bad Circulation is the cause of most of the ills that come old age. With Advancing years there is a decline of strength and vigor—the machinery of the body moves'with less speed and accuracy. Because of the weak anil irregular action of the heart the blood mo\es more slowly, becomes impure and loses much of its life-sustaining properties, and muscles, tissues and nerves literally starve for lack of nourishment. A sluggish and polluted circulation is followed by a long train of bodily ailments. Cold feet, chilly sensations up and down the spine, poor appetite and digestion, soreness of the muscles, rheumatic pains, hard and fissured skm, face sores, chronic running ulcers on the lower limbs and other parts of the body—these and many other diseases peculiar to old people are due to a lack of hcalthv blood and imperfect circulation. Restoration to health must come through the building up and purification of the blood, thus adding strength ana tone to the vital organs a...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
In Our Trouse i DEPARTMENT vrn u'HI fi«j - __ ent assortment of trousers in every fashlonacie atric in checks, str.p tt3 fnd indistinct p'aids. $1.50 FASHIONABLE SUMMER or men and young mep, ready-to-put-on-at-orca —perfect-fitting and beautifully finished—slo, $l2, $l5 and $lB. No matter how you are built—whether tall or short, stout or thin, you will find suits here that will give you absolute satisfaction, and you will'save a substantal sum of money over what you wou'd pay elsewhere for same qualities. Seasonable Haberdashery of every description, our so; neckwear Is the best in the world. Our $l.OO Negligee Shirts cannot be surpassed. Come In today and see the new articles of Haberdashery that hav just arrived. If you are not adverse to saving from 50c to $2.00 on your hat you should patronize our Hat Department, which contains replicas of eve" fashionable hat maker's shape—and the quality is exactly the same. RIN6HOUSE «S YOUNG CORNER FRONT AND CENTER-STS. Garden Hose FOR EVERY...