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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Hdtms Sarsaparilla As a constitutional remedy, radically , Cures ' Catarrh. , Acting primarily on the blood, " eradicates j ' - v Scrofula, - ,- Salt Rheum Or eczema,'cures all eruptions, pimples, boils, blood poisoning, Humors, Anemia nnd psoriasis. In all stomach troubles, like indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gastritis,'it seems to have '< a magic touch." Invigorates the Kidneys And Liver, Upon whose healthy action even life itself depends. It is a true Nerve Tonic, Because, by purifying the blood, it teeds the jierves upon strengthgiving food. Overcomes That Tired Feeling. Kestores the appetite, builds up SllCligth. Testimonials Without number toll what Hood's Sarsaparilla has dono for suffering men,-women and children, and indicate what it will do for you and yours. 150 sure to Get Hood's -7 ""dour/ Ilood'a— Today. , LARGE SELECTIONS IN SCHULTZ BROS 21 i and 213 West Front-ot Stoves Stored. Plumley Awning Co. 221 East Front-st. FRANK "MORRISON Praetieal' jl AND STEAM FITTER C...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Alterations Nearly Completed. Our alterations arc nearly completed. Notwithstanding the large amount of furniture we have sold during our Remodeling Sale, wc 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 Mattings Our line is one of the largest, If not the largest, In the city—and our prices are right HOWARD <S KIRKPATRICK Nos. 522 & 524 North Main-st Cash \ Ok Credit] Bonn tho a Tlib Kind You Have Always Bought fUgnaturo V Bean tho Kind You Hats Alviavs Bouchl Eigmtnro v of i Boon tho ■* T |B Kind You Have Always Bought Bignatoro > of C

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

%%«*»«» VMM«Mi Odd The latest creations In odd pieces of furniture—up-to-date stuff—all finishes Roman Seats from $2.00 Ensenberger's > West SldeSquarel A SAMPLE Try Then you'll buy it There are others—hut if you" want the best coal you must order. it here. We don't keep it—we sell it—and we sell lots of it, too, because it is a clean, satisfactory-kind of coal. We think that if you" try it you will put, in your winter's supply. - 'Phono 375. E. R. DARLINGTON <S CO The makers of PATEE MOTOR Cycle was the sensation of the New York Cycle Show. Vastly superior to all others. PATEE CREST jBICYCLES ' have been building high class machines for 22 years. They have forgotten more about makers ever knew. Experience is a great teacher and Patee Crest bicycles are NEVER defective because they arc made of the right stuff by the right people. Call and see this great line. Sold by Z. T. Miller & Son. Golden Anvil. Orieshclm UulWlng. OGX3OO<2O©eO©O3QOO ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Some of the religious bodies are passing resolutions scoring crime in the Philippines. The point is no doubt well taken and jet there Is atlll some crime at home.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

A rillpino Insui gent' has sent a messenger to Manila to ascertain whether Agulnnldo has really been captured. E\ideutly Agulnaldo has not been using the telephone to acquaint the other chiefs with the situation as he promised to.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Low and wicked chuckles will go the rounds of the travcling public nt the announcement that a trunk lu the hands of a b«KS"SO master In New York the other day blew up and threw the smnsher half the length of the car, Mulcting some injury.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

The affairs between the elder and senior Booth do not show the genuine affection and filial spirit that ought to e\lst In the family. Mr. Balllngton Booth sa>s In fnct that his hi others and sisters Into not spoken to hint fofc more than a year and he does not appear to think very well of the way the old man lias treated him. For a genuine work of sahatlon and Christian up-bulldlng tho Booths appaiently might very well once In a while take n turn at themselves. ,' ' i ' I

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

James O. Bliilne, who has just been married to ' the daughter of an Amortcan admiral, Is o handsome 'young man bearing strong resemblance to bis llliiatrloiiß father. It seoms strange tbat n young man bo favored with gifts of nature and family connection has never been ablo to make more ot a raark'ln the world but ho who inherllß the namo of the most attractive political lender in America since Henry Clay has the time before him and may yet show that ho Is in some measure worthy of the name. Thore is no tolling tho outcome of such a man when he once Bottles down and gets his gait In somo profession or occupation suited to bis tastes and ambition.

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Tho follow who Jumped to his death from the Brooklyn bridge with the Ameilcan flag and the constitution 1 in his hand has not rond the decision of the supreme court aright. That decision, four Justices dissenting, 1b that tho flag and tho constitution only go together to a limited ox-, tent and by no fair Interpretation oven of tho stibtlo reasoning of Justice Brown can anything bo found by inferenco to Justify such a mad exploit with the nation's fundamental law and starry emblem. Tho Brooklyn man in fact has outraged both the flag and the. constitution.' i

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Ot all the presumptuous things attempted or done by' combined wealth in this country tho proposition of the asphalt trust ,to have, tho government of tho United-States Interfere In the affairs ot the republic of Vuuczuln "should have precedence. The-trust is. in litigation with another company over the possession of valuable asphalt beds In Venezuela, but it is apparently afraid to leave the settlement of tho case to tho Venezuelan courts and wants this government to stop in and see that It gets a fair deal. This course It Justifies because certain prominent Venezuelan officials, are. alleged to havo an Interest In tho other company and to be .trying to inilueuco a decision In its favor. The amount of it Is that the asphalt United Statea'practlcolly to assume authority over Venezuela in order that tho decision of a law suit in that country may not go against certain American millionaires. This would bo annexation and expansion with a vengeance. It would be about as reasonable as if ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

The question of sounding locomotive whittles within the corporate limits of a city at all hours, day and night, la a ll\o ono hi the problem of seeming the gruatcst possible conifort and peace to urban residents. The annoyance attending whis-tle-blowing is great enough during the day but it Is far worso at night. At this senson* of the year most people retire with their windows open, and this fact, taken with tho general fetlllueus otherwise prevailing, gives the locomotive engineer his opportunity to torture or show mercy, as ho likes, to all who dwell aiiywheie near the line of tile railroad If he chooses ho can hound a whistle so ob to verve aveyy purpose as a signal to tho train crew or a warning to otheis and make \ery little nolbe about it A Bhott, low whistle Is all that is necessary in moat casea, If anv lb necessary nt all and some engineers recognize this fact and net accordingly. But others, It is to be regretted, appear to be trying to arouse tho whole city and let e\or&...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SAYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

SAYBROOK. —Our ball team will go to I.oda today to play the I.odu team. —Mrs. Stedman and Miss Kiauc Osborn, of Seimoie, are her,, visiting tho former's son, Di. Stedman and wile. —Miss Grutclien Cheney, of Uoluvnn, is here visiting at the home of her uncle and aunt, Dr. and .Mrs. 11. A. Winter --.Mr. and .Mrs. J. Q UuiuiK and lion, of riemingsburg, Ky., nie hero visiting at the eountiy home of Mi. Una Mrs. J. H. Bolt. ' —Mia. R S. Rlggs, who has been here visiting iclatlves and friends, depaited jeslcidny foi Clinton. Shu will also visit Europe, before returning to her borne In Texas. —Mr. Jeny Sprlngslcud, who hub been here visiting; at the home of Prof. A. C. Hirrper depaits today for Topuka, Kus, and from thero he will go to Oklahoma, where ho and a friend will embalk In business, —Mrs. Rachel Newcomb's funei.il wub held Irom tho M. K. chuich Wednesday afternoon. Rev. A. '/.. Ollmer, JJ. M., of Haddock College, an old friend and pastor of the deceased, preached the tllseouiso, a...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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Towanda. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Towanda. —II rs. D. J. Bishop of lowa, Is hero on a short visit. —Mrs. Abnei Collins nnd child of lowa are visiting relatives lieic. —Mrs. Chailes . Rettlg ot Willow Springs, 111., Is hero for a short visit. —Eduurd Zehupfund has secured n pobtllun us suction foreman at Lexington. —Mr. James Piper of, Chariton, la, visited W. 11. Lash and family this week. —The tile factory is not uinnlng for a few days on account of the lnigo mill being broke. —Hand jour Inundiy work to Lormor & Cash and It will bo Itumdrcd to peif ret lun at tile New Model. —Mrs. M. M. Arthur-.has puiehnsad piopeity on West Clay s,troot, Uloomingtou, nnd moves into it September I. —The funeral of Mrs. Harriet Blbhop, wife of P. W. Bishop, took place at the M. E. church Monday at 2 o'clock, new .Mr. Waters preached the sermon. The interment was at, the Zlon cemetery.

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Hopedate. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Hopedate. —Tho (list kiln of brick Is being bumod at,tho brick yard. —Children's day cxciclscs will be held at tho C. I*. in two weeks, the children have Just begun practicing. —Children's day exercises will be held at the M. K. chuich next Sunday morning. A good piogramme hns been prepared. * • —The stone Is being laid for tho new stool bildgo in tho east pari ot town. J. H. Raiinoy has tho contiact of laying tho stone. —Tho rnihoad pond Is to bo drained and dug deeper and wider. Tho surveyors have been at work the last fow days' getting ready for tho work of excavation. ' —Mr. Goorgo McCarrell, whose horso and buggy wore hired and not returned has been to sovarul ot the surrounding towns but ns yet has learned nothing of tho lost rig. It was the best horse he'had In the barn and the loss will be giently felt by him.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Dowey. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Dowey. —MrB. Decker spont somo time In Fisher this week. —Mr. liny Fletcher, of Fairfield, Is the guest of relatives here. —Sheriff Laurens and wife, ot Uibana, visited relatives here a short time last wok. ,111, —Mr. LnFollettc, of Rantoul, shipped a car load of hogs from hero on Monday. —Miss Delia Doulff, of Fisher, spent Ibuisdny hero with her sister, Mrs. Ida Duvlß. —All arangemonts aro being completed for the entertainment by our school on Juno 8. I —Several from this place attended the funeral of Mrs. Houston at Fisher, blie having leslded uouh at hole befoie moving to Fisher. —Mis. Ashemnn dosetves ciedlt for the way lu which she drilled the Utile children who took part in the Decoration day exercises nt the Bookman cemetery.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Danvers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Danvers. —Mrs. A. Bnuicr of l'ooria is tho guest of hor sister In this city. —Mrs. Huehel Slumin of Peoria Is visiting the family of her son and daughter, Air. and .Mis. John J. Sttiinm. —John W. Vante Is confined to his home with u badly bruised arm and hand, the robult of a kick from a horse. —The Dainets telephone sjsrem Is now* In working order. Nearly eveiv bushiest, hoilsu In town Is couneeted and manj pilvute residences. The feudal ollice, ulilc'i is located above Mr. l*e\l JohiiMtirt- c,ruln ollice, Is In ihnige of Mr, Gllbeit Wiley, who is a manager o' experience, having been omplo>ed by a Bloomiugton company for many years. Good senile Is expected from hint. | |

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Yuton. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Yuton. —Mr. Harry Saunders "-hipped a car of hogs from here Wulmtsdny. —George U Kirehner lb making a business tilp tlirouuji Mat shall and LaSalle counties this week. —Theie will be a mroiUxe held nt Bolvldeie school on Saturday artetnoon to vote on moving tho school house to the center of the district —There will be a meeting held at V. Basting's Saturday evening by several neighbors, both south and east of hole, for the pin pose of building a now telephone line.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Cornell. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Cornell. —l'anntiß «r<> plowing corn. —J T fusli-1, i, verv low. lobnMin ,t Miner i-hlpped a car load of hog, Mourt.iv whlih sold for ?s.'io. -It K Johnson .x Hons ii-celved it car load of lumber Monday. They expect two or three more soon. —J. M Deal, of Lincoln, has been emp'oved as the architect for the new school building. The board of directors decidi d on the plans Monday. —Slev Mr Joins preached the baeI'uluuieato sennon to the graduating tlats Sunday evening The commencement exercises will take place Friday evculDg June 7,

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Barnes. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

Barnes. —John H. Torrv phtppod ono car load of cattle to Chicago Ttteedav night.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
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