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

SAW NEW HUll,ni.\'GS— Many ft lends of .Mrs. Aliram Uiuknw wete pleased to see and know of her presence on tke stieets of our eU> >esteiday In her wheel chair Mowing for the fitst titno the buildings which hn\e been and nto being built since the lire of last June.

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

LAW EXAMINATIONS—This woek will close the wotk for the year In the Wesley-tin law school. The commencement will be held on ne\t Tuesday e\oiling In Anile chapel. The Until examinations will be held as follows: Kenlois, Thursday nfieiiioon; juniois, Trldny; middle jonr class. Sntuiday morning.

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

I.VCUEASED WAGES—A new wage scale went Into effect In the shops of the Pool lit * Eastern inllrond Sntuiday. The wages of nil competent machinists were lalsed front 22H- and HlVi cents per hour to 2CVS; cents per hour. Master .Mechanic iMcCltug, of the Urbnna shops, stales thai the load took this voluntnty action on account of the general prosperity of the load.

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

HACK IN HARNESS—Mr. T. A. Munson yesterday assumed the duties of assistant postmaster, tuning boon appointed to the position by I'ostinaster McCintbiidge Mr. Munson has been sixteen yeais in the Ulooinlnglon postolllce, su\en of them in the position ho now holds lie was URsislnut three >ents under Gen. Dick, liming ptcUously sorted nine years as carrier, lie was also assistant under Mr. Ne\llle's teim ot office.

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

A CROOKnn HOUTK—Um-al route, No. 1 ftom Emden, which hai linen In operation since December 15 laßt. Is one of Iho most rroolced am] complex loutos In Logan county. It serves 100 fnmllloH. who aie nil well pleased with It. Ollie Hallmnn In carrier and Wllllo Tailor substitute. The caitler has a handsome wagon in which he trnnspoits a miniature poslolllco for the arrangement of his nuti ons' mall.

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

11AD RUNAWAY—A serious runaway accident occurred yesterday morning, In which Kail Keernu. aged 18, and Orvlllo Pattoti were Injured. Tho accident occurred on Cirovc street near tho Flrit M. K chinch and boili joung men wore thrown from the vehicle, Koernn be-, enme entangled In the lines and was dragged a blocle, his Injuries were tho more serioui of the two. Ills collar liono was broken and ho was bndly shaken -up. Patton was rendered Insensible and was bndly hiuisod.

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

BUILDING NOTES. —The plate glass for the Odd Fellows' temple has arrived and will be put In placo today. i —The Hunter-Franks building on East street Is finished so far as the walls nro concerned. ■ ' —The bilck woik on the Dooley npartment building on Enst Front street Is about completed. ' i —Tho new fiont being placed In Mr. C. J. Noithtup's store Is about completed. Mr. Chailos Duff's place of business next to It will also bo lemodoled, nnd a now front will be put In at once. ' i

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

UILLI.NERY All' fashionable j styles in Trimmed I Hats and Ready- | to-Wear.Hats. I See our stock |j and get our. prices I before ypu„buy. 106 North Center-st. t^y^^C*«.-S^«SS»^£ s, Msrmon's. Orange Flower & Sl:!n Food nourishes the ce!- < lular glands and tissues of the I f, s.k!n with the fattening oils and ; n s'.rene'.henlng albumins which I Pi % it contains It has the power , f§ of making the skin close-pored, ]) plump and f.rm. By making (' 11 the skin elastic and firm Mai - fa moil's Orange Sftin J<'ood re- i. I, moves .wrinkles, premature i ffj ! nes and cure*, flabblness. It | assists li ' $ marks. If For hollow cheeks or neck, U ard dry rough skin, it has no /f J. sival. It is a scientific skin (| J food composed solely of nat- fe & ural oils and albumins known I » to be effective In nourishing, g . p'umpening and revivifying the Tl J skin Price 25c a jar. | WmMarmoi) Retail Bopjrfmeaf. 1 Only registered & Pharmacis...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

GOT OUT. Tlio rood Cum Untight llor Out Willi rljluit Colors. A lady in Laurence, Ind., Mrs. M. C. Waring, was a poor Judge of food and also a worker in literary and educational lines where she exhausted her vitality because of the bad combination of a load of work and poorly selected food to rebuild her. i I She was using hot cakes for breakfast, moat, coffee, etc.. and gradually lost ground until bbe became a total wreck. Sue sajs: "I was so reduced that the slightest noise brought a cold perspiration all over me. Sleep was out of the question and tny appetite was gone. I was npprehonslie of all soits of disaster. I became really very 111. I was on the verge of losing my mind when one day a friend who sat at my beside lemarked that she would bring me something nice to eat. 'ill! "Sure enough, when sho came over she had a dainty luncheon on a tray with pretty decorated china dishes, etc. A cup held some coftee, as I supposed, and a tilth held some hard, brown granules, and bhe told...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901

In Our Trouseii DEPARTMENT' • you will find a magnlfl' "■ent assortment of trou-J i.ors In every fashionable i! r!c In checks, s!rlpes Ind Indistinct p'alds. $1.50 ™ $6.50. FASHIONABLE * SUMMER suits or men and young men, ready-to-put-on-at-once 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 substantial sum of money over what you wou'd pay elsewhere for same qualities. Seasonable Haberdashery of every description. - Our 50cneckwear Is the best in the world. Our $l.OO Neglljee Shirts cannot be sur-. passed. Come In today and see,the new articles of Haberdashery-that have just arrived. If you are not adverse to saving from 50c to $2.00 on your hat 1 you should patronize our Hat Department, which contains replicas of every fashionable hat maker's shape—and the quality Is exactly the same. .■. > RINGHOUSE «5...

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

BRIEF BITS OF ANYTHING. —"The helladothorlum is not c\tinct," so the scientific papers state. This will greatly relieve the public mind. —Nearly Jubilee time. Forget the morning a year ago when the city was all allame, and prepare to rejoice. —The fruit jar people are about to form a trust. Now wouldn't that—but some one else may say it first. —"I do wish dress goods would go up," and the merchant looked worried as ho said it. "Why not tiy a mouse?" suggested the advertising agent. —The king of tho ice trust lb to marry a wealthy and beautiful southern woman. A new verso might bo added to "Howd you like to be tho Ice Man," very suitably. —This is the way a rural poet sums It up: "The poets are singing of light And color in valley and grot; The llowern of June are all light. But the plowings confoundedly hot!" —ln a town 'ln New York the police were aslt'cd to stop base ball on Sunday. The advocates of the diamond promptly demanded that in case their favorite pastime was checked that...

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

THE COURSE OF TRUE LOVE. —For five years Miss Bertha Iloyt and Ernest 13l.\by, of Bridgeport, Conn., were engaged to be married. Ernest gave his sweetheart a part of his weekly earnings to save for him. Two month ago burglars bioke Into the Hoyt residence and stole the money. Now the sweetheal t has eloped with another man. —ln Minneapolis about 20 young ladles have organized a "Health Club," and toko a walk of five or si.\ miles every morning, starting about 6 o'clock. By the time they get bick tho Mother's Working club has breakfast all ready for them aud the gills feel so hoalthy. and high spirited they are ready to take another such jaunt, whether the dishes get washed or not. —The Minneapolis Tribune says that while the coroner ot Davenport, la., was going through tho Internal effects of a dead section man with the classic name of Argeries Aegeroparboa, ho dlscoveied in the man's veiiform appendix the ical cause of appendicitis. It wriggled about, was 10 inches long pud was ide...

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

HIS TURN NOW. —"Jones is a man of remarkable foresight." "How do you make that out?" "Why, he Insisted on his relatives from Bullulo visiting him last winter."—Life.

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

THE CRYSTAL DROPS. —Let the rain come on the raving town, And still on the fields ot clover; The big round drops, Cool the thirsting crops, And the great suns streaming ovor! And never a voice that may complain Can stay the Jail o£ the fresh, bright lain: The hills sing "Joy!"—and they'll sing again When the benutlful rain Is over! —Atlanta Constitution. —"lie has a bright future;" we oft hear tho phrase Applied to tho graduate placing his bays. Yes, the future Is bright till it rounds Into view As a part of the present; then changed is its hue. For fair hopes are shattered and' fancies take flight, To go sailing away like Gllderoy's kite. The present's the time—as wise old saws say— To work with the mower and get In the hay. —lndianapolis News. .

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

MRS. BAKER-EDDY. —"While tho newspaper reading world Is Intel ested In the trial in which Mrs. Unker Eddy and Chiistian Science Is involved, the following facts about tho woman, who reigns over the cult, may not be Inappropriate. They are from tho columns of the New York World: She is SO years old. She has accummulatcd a million dollars. She Is the only living woman who has founded a religion. She has a million followers in the United States. She lives In Concord, M. H. < She Is seldom seen and Is not known personally. She has been married three times. She has one son. She lhcs alone, except for her secretni les and companions. ' She Is not an invalid. She Is frail, and with the common defects of ago. She takes no exercise. She seeks no amusements. She dresses richly and wears jewels. Sh spends her time in writing "Inspired" literature. . She woiks often until 3 o'clock in tho moi nlng. She Is so busy that sho makes no definite plans or promises. She is a little denf and ...

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

WHAT A DRUMMER SEES. Intcratliie Ohnortutiiuib Aliimc Things In Central Illinois, uh Mcuuil l.y ii Trawllnv 3iun. —Editor Pantograph:—ln my peilgrlimtions through rentrnl Illinois, In the interests of my employer ami incidental, ly to got a iiiiiig. I see many things that attract my attention, especially when riding on railroad tiains. A person who keeps his eyes and ears open, can't help seeing things thnt_ ore interesting, and I don't try to keep from It. In the intervals of work and while going from town to town, three - things have recently forced thomselxes upon my attention and I am going to take the public Into confidence and tell them what they ate. First i 3 the i great changes'that have taken place in the methods of farming within the past two decades, or more. Second, the wonderful prosperity of tho fanning community. Thiid, the lovelinesb and beauty of central Illinois.

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

A SEDENTARY OCCUPATION. Some one hub recently said that farming has become a sedentary occupation. This lacks but a fi action of being literally true. Yesterday 1 went on the Lake L'rie east. From Urolcaw to Gibson City, on both sides of the track, were farmers busily engaged In plowing tbo glowing corn. With but few exceptions, every man was riding. And that wasn't all. Every man had it canopy ovei his riding plow and went along on his spring seated ilg, sheltered from the heat of the 'sun aud woiklng as'he rode. It is a fact that in all tho work of today In propailng the soil and cultivating his crops, the farmer can ami does ride in doing everything, except harrowing And this Is right. The farmer of today goii! bigger ciops ana better burvests, with less woik, than his biother of 20 years ago, or 40. did with all his hnid and slavish work. To be sure, wheat yielded better many years ago, in this particular vicinity, than It does now, but that is the only grain of which this is ti...

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

WHAT FARMING WAS. The days of tho Unit, tho sicltle and of binding grain by hand have passed. Harvest day is no longer dreaded by the women folks even nioro than'by the men. Threshing day has not entirely .lost its terrors to the average farmer or his wife, but threshing clubs havo made it easier and, then some threshers ate beginning to furnish their own help and board themsoUes in tents. With more machineiy may come more leisure. With leisure may come more reading, more travel, more intelligent social intercourse. With free rural delivery, with country telephones and with interurban railroads, the farmer's lot cannot he called an unhappy one. - nut still theio Is moio to follow. The cential Illinois former has not yet reached the summit of his efforts. This Is nuly an eia of machinery and of advancement. Mr. Ceorge C. Walsh tells In the current number of Harper's Weekly, about "Steam Power for Agricultural Purposes." Hear him: "The evolution of our agriculture from horse to steam ...

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

FARM AUTOMOBILES. "In the Immense California wheat fields the modern steam traction engines or automobiles," as they are called, have cheapened the cost of harvesting wheat on Uio Pacific const so that the grain can he raised there nt less actual cost than In the Argentine Republic, whore form labor costs only a fraction of a dollar per dny. These large traction engines of the California wheat fields nie of fifty horsepower and are provided will: driving wheels sixty Inches In diameter. They are made to do the plowing, planting, and harvesting at the proper season. In tho spring they drag across the Immense wheat fields sixteen ton-Inch plows, four six-feet harrows, and a press drill for planting the seed wheat In this way one such traction engine pc| forms the triple work of olowlng, han owing, and planting all in one operation. The saving of time Is so great that one machine can plant, with wheat from foitv to seventy-flvo acres in n single day. mounting hilly and rough ground Jus...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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