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AROUND HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
AROUND HOME. —ll. W. Phillips, of Pcoil.i. has dlsappeaiccl, leaving many debts behind. —The Unheislly nt Illinois base ball team only lost J'lOU on its eastern trip. —Woldon will lmpio\e this year, the reteuuo from all couicea amouuting to ?2,5U0. —The receipts at the Peoria postolllee for .May were 51,700 more than during May, VMO. —Seven hundred and thirteen dog licenses hu\e been Issued at Peoria so far thlh yeai. —A steam launeii has been put chased for Veldnn Springs Lake. It will hold fifteen passengers. &gt; —.l. Wakefield, of Dayton, 0., will take the position of aguit of tin- United States i:xprc.-&gt;s Company at Lincoln. —A Peoila firm has been awarded the contiact for the heating plant of the Normal sihool at .Macomb, Involving about »-'O,OOO. —Tho colored men of Springfield have oigani/od a new eump of Sous of Veterans, to be kuoiwt as the "John R. Tanner Camp." --Phi Helta Phi, a legal fraternity of tho I'nlvorstty of Illinois has granted a chartei to ...
Holder. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Holder. —Tho melon misers are havlng'a great denl of trouble with the melon bugs. —Mr, George Hamia is having the lumber hauled for a large clover bhed which he wil build on his famn. ( —A large crowd attended children's services at Hie Ciiovo chinch Sunday. The childieu lendeiud their pan well. ,—There w 111 bo no Sunday school at the Grove chinch next Sunday on account of Rev. it. F. Day's thin! quarterly meeting, which will be held at Holder next Satuiday and Sunday. &lt; i I I —The M. V. church has furnished district Xo. 1 with a second-hand organ. It has been the means of developing many good singeis among the children, which is a gieat help to tho community In dltteiont eiilertuinmeiits. i i ,
Carlock. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Carlock. —A. U Stutsman Is going to movo to lowa next fall. , , —The horse salo was well attended on Saturday, hut horses did not soil very high. |,i —Mr. Joseph Haborker wont to the Mud Springs In Indiana on Sunday, for the benefit of his health. ' —Mr. C. Beck had a barn intsing Tuesday afternoon. He is building a largo bain. Ml. C.eibait Is the carpentor. —Miss Gertrude Gaddls bad a school picnic on Tuesday at the school hoUBo. They had'lce cream and a fine dinner. *,.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
HeiskeU&amp; Ointment quick}? t«H«th* and tmrelf onroii akin diHOA««S Oe ttfroiu yonr drugglnt. bOaft box bj mittl, pantpald. HEISKIiI.I/S SOAP i || iOHNSrQN, HOLLOWAI &amp; CO., II Jf 631 Commerce SI., Philadelphia Pa. 1/ S "Vour Omlmuit cured tciublc running "&lt;5 (5 Mncti on liilbj's f.Ke. Slle now luis beiiutt. &lt;J' 0 lul skin."—iuslc .M.lj Sehell, J7O -Matt &lt;5 £T Ave, New York "$ &lt;J - "rt R. M. CASS GENERAL &lt; Electrician estimates given on nil Jiinils of oleotrlcal work, inside If/ring of All Kinds. Bells and Gasllghtlng. Repair Work a Specialty. LAMPS $2.15 a Dozen (Tully Guaranteed). FANS, MOTORS, Etc. Office 223 East Front-^t. , WINE OF CARDUI I hat brought permanent rollof to a million Buffering women who wero on their way to premature Braves. Mm. Mitchell i was taut declining in health, whon Wino | of Cnrilui porforaiodft"uondorfulcuro'» in hor caso. Sho huff orod \i ith tho ngoiilea of falling of tho womb...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
#« smGs*cury i~ R very body ■« 0 W'V^a knows that.Mcr- /|M%F4II9n 1' cury is a danger- flf l#3flF9fff J oils medicine - 1 even when administered in very small doses, and 3 few constitutions can stand it for any length of time. » V« ,w ~«V Potash produces inflammation of the stomach and bowels, dangerous form of dyspepsia uud 1 often chrome diarrhoea follow its use. Now, the doctors will tell you if you have ''. Contagious Mood Poison yon must take Uiese minerals for two years or longeriirst, a course or Mercury, and when jour teeth get so sensitive and sore that vou can coat, and the mime ule. When Uie stomach rebels you aie put on Mercury fpOISON torturing pains. Meicury and Potash drive the eruptions and blotches from the skin, but the \ iruo remains in the blood and the reappearance of the old si'mntoms and the occasional sore mouth show that the poison is still active, and you can never hope to completely eradicate it by this method of treatment. „ I J?' hon * waß about twenty-o...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
AN ORDINANCE lON JIAKIXU APPROPRIATIONS OF SUMS Or wixuy J Nj.C)&gt;s.\nv to defray all xkCBSbARY LIAHIMTIKS OF-THE CITY OF HLOOMJXUTOX FOR THE UtiOMt YEAR ENDING APRIL HO, 1002. He It ordained by thu cit) coancil of the oil) of llloomington: SECTION 1. That the following named sums of money «rc hereby appropriated for the object* und purpose* heroin set forth: THE BONDED INDEBTEDNESS FUND. 1. For tli« payment of interest on oil bonded ihdebtodnes; of the city, and the pavment of bonds, tin* «utn of nft)-six hundred (?5600) dollars, to be known ns "the bonded indebtedness fund.' THi: CITY CEMETERY FUXD. 2. for the maintenance of thu City cemetery, and the pawmut of tlio salary of the city •~e\ton, and for the iieiclrt.ii) expense* of conducting the City eeuu'trry twent)-two hundred (y2200) dolhus. to be known at "the Citv eemeter) fund." one thoutind dollars ($1000) of which is to he u-»ed ior the construction of a stone o&gt; other permanent turbine around the soldi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
tiror of, the, library .board, shall hereafter 1, an aiiouiii ol all mono.?, ,„,[,) ",,[„ "S. ' P snathe department on an&gt;' nt " 0 ,'7 •""•'• «; of ilw at}, and chilli rodtrrj, J'W ur.t.m.- thceof to this CTUiml "L, "J &amp;1111 month, awl -tall ~ay Into the\it. V ! "' at niLl, Umc the halaiW shmm ,V 0 J !•&gt;• such statement, a.,,1 the ah o L-rk sh. 1 ?'"' lilaie uu.li miiiu to till- credit of the £ rftrJ t "," to .• npprop.laud auione the \,rl,us L ; funds m the manner a, herein imtaff-ffl' 1 that all money, paid in bj sild tl "i, l Z °}'''?• Muni) board aln.ll be irWul o u," r , ,''"» (und; and fm trior provided, that tlm ~."'" not to apply , 0 special nwc„.„ont 3 i r tnon ' ~" on Ti»ei.il&gt;,ta\ation. j t "™ ll &gt; dm S&gt;EU. 7,"11ns ordlname shall |,i&lt; in torn. „,i effect from nm alter i's passico j. ,i ~, "« and due publication. B " ""l-'^il l'a«rd this 3Ut dav of Mav, moi -\ppru\ed Dili Ist daj of June, l-ui At...
THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
THE CITY. —Pineapple sherbet at Klelnau's. —Dressed chickens. HOBBS &amp; BEAM. —Cooked meats. HOBBS &amp; BEAM. —Strawberry fruit ico cieum at Klelnau's. —5O pahs men's o.\ blood shoes, up lo date, ouly $2.50. CHALLIS, N. Main. —Pillsbuty XXXX flour, today 11.06. MY STORE. —PUlsbury XXXX flour, today $l.OO. 1 , MY STORE. —Three high-grade ladles' bicycles at very low prices to close out. HOLDEH-ATHEY HARDWARE CO. —All persons Indebted lo the estate of the late Dr. D. O. Moore please cull and settle at 401 East Grove street, as all accmounts will be placed in collectors' hands after July 1. MRS. D. O. MOORE, j Executor.
PATRONIZE EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
PATRONIZE EXCURSION. Kl.iiDm's i:i«urvloii riant rnr r Clt}, l.ero), Unu ni and Gilluiii tiring* Crowds to Oitj. —C. W. Klemm's special low rate excursion to Bloomlngton from Farmer City and Intel veiling points on the Big Four railway brought many vlßltois to the city yesterday. The train, bringing over 400 people, reached Bloomlngton at about 9:30 a. in. and left on tho return tilp at fI.JO p. m., giving the visitors plenty of time for shopping, visiting ami Inspecting the wonderful piogiess made in the rebuilding of the city. All classes 01 business were benefited, and tho undcitaking shows commendable cnterpilsc on the part of Mr. Kleinra.
Short Pharagraphs [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Short Pharagraphs —Mr. H. P. Broughton is 'visiting In Decatur. —Miss Belle Davidson Is visiting in Braidwood. —Mr. J. H. Anient, of Peoria, was in the city yesteiday. —President Felmloy, of Normal, was ill Springfield yosteiday. —Mrs. Fisher, of Mt. Pulaski, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Bills, of East Market tlicet. Mrs. E. Mammen has returned home from an extended visit In Philadelphia and other eastern cities. —Dr. IX G. Galloway and Mrs. Swart?, of Chicago are guests at the Home of Dr. and Mrß. Yolton on East Jefferson street. —Mrs. W. H. Klce, wife of the JubilceCai nival promoter, and child, of Saginaw. Mich., are visiting Mr. Rice in this city. —Mr. Fred Bookman, manager of the Central Union Telephone Company, has lecovercd from a severe attack of tousllltis. —Miss Janle Vandervort, vho has been Wsiting ut the homo of Dr. F. C Vandervort, returned yesterday w her home In l'eorla. —Miss Elsie Hooper, of Kansas City, is visiting Mrs. J. O. Wtllson. She will lea\e tomorr...
SILVER JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
SILVER JUBILEE. L'eoplu of Holy Trinity Vnrlsli l*repnrine; to liouur Kcv. 31, tVeldon on His AnnWorhiiry. —A meeting of Holy Trinity church has been called for Friday night of this week to dlicusi the plans for a proper celebration of tho silver jubilee of Rev. M. Weldon, the pastor. It Is expected to lay out an elaboiate programme for July 22, which is the anuhersary date of Rev. Mi. Weldou's pastorate. Few mintsleis of any denomination preside so long over a parish as bus Father Weldon In this city, and the flourishing condition of the chuich has led to the idea of a proper celebration of the 25th annlversaiy ot the pastor. The plans will be more fully outlined at Friday evening's mooting.
A Hitch in the Deal. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
A Hitch in the Deal. —ln spite of or possibly because of premature announcement that the city had secured possession of the Richardson lots on East Fiont street for fire engine house purposes, there has been a serious hitch In the proceedings, and the city may never get the promises. The agreed-upon prlco was 570 ptr fiont foot, or $7,000 In ail. Mrs. Richardson claims to havu receded an oiler of Jbs per foot and &gt;esterday declined to bign the deed tu the city. Some of the clt&gt; officials aie opposed to paying more than ?70, and think plenty of good sites can be seemed ut that figure if the Richardson deal Is diopped. ■ ,
Mask Meeting Tonight. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Mask Meeting Tonight. —Tonight at the old armory, corner of Center and .Monroe streets, the hums meeting f° r the Jubilee arrangements will be held. The full programme nil] be announced nt that time as will also the numub of the liims who are to participate In thu indubtilul paiade. Other, details will also be urrunged. It Is urged that all attend, especially the aids and marshals for the various parades.
Saves Two From Death. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Saves Two From Death. 'Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping coughl and bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. IC. Havlland of Arnionk, N. Y., "but, when all other remedies failed, wo saved her life with Ur. King's New Discovery. Our niece, who had coiihumptloli in an advanced stage, alio used this woudeiful medicine nnd today the is perfectly well." Desperate throat and lunij diseasos yield to Dr. King's New Uibcoveiy as to no other medicine on earth. Infallible' for Coughs and Coldis. 50c and SI bottles guaiantecd by w. \V. Mormon uud A. E. Stout, Norma). i