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A GIANT HARVESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
A GIANT HARVESTER. "In tho harvesting season the traction engines come into play again. The enormous baivesteis are pulled across tho fields as tho plows and harrows weio in the spiing. One of these mammoth nan esters is a ci cation of modern genius, and its operation is as interesting to the e\pei t as to the uninitiated. Us cutlers nie often twenty to twenty-six feet wide, and it makes a swath so hrond that an enormous highway Is mowed straight ncross tho Immense fields. When the cutters have performed their woik, automatic rakeis gather in the grain stalks, and carry them to rows of knives where they are at once lidded. Then, In the same operation, the wheat is threshed out, cleaned, and sacked, and behind the great combination har\ ester there is left a trail of sacked wheat teady for the market. An» other traction engine with a tiain ot a do/en cars follows In the wake of tho thresher and liai\ ester, gathering up tho wheat and calling it away to the granary. In this manner Tui...
TO BE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
TO BE CONTINUED. My rambling letter Is too long and 1 have as yet tnld nothing aUmt tile great lirovpeilly of the central Illinois fanner, of the beauty of our landscapes and country, and especially of the loveliness ot the wild (lowers, now blooming In Mich luxuriance along the railway right of way. All these things I see," as ilo othei traveling men, and another letter must tell ot them. DRUMMER Bloomlnptoii, 111., Juno 2, 11*01.
Roanoke. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Roanoke. —Roadmaster Thompson and surveyors v. oio heie surveying for the new main lino switches Tuesday. —A party was given Tucbdav in honor of M'es Lava Ycck's tenth birthday. —Oscar Keiser and wife, ot Lourdsburg, Cal.. repott ,i daughter, born May 27. It died the following Friday. —A large number attended tho athletic contesth In Eureka Tuitday. —G. 11. Williams has been awarded the contract to furnlbh 1110,000 brick for the new county jail and sheriff's residence in Eureka. i —Cunrles Campbell and Klmor Childres, of niooiniiiKtou, uro visiting heie thla week.
Mason City. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Mason City. —E. Claypool Is buying horses in Montana. , i —.Miss Anna Woltmnn Is visiting home folks in Nllcs, Mo. —Miss Mildred Porter :s the guest of Miiis Blidle Melton. —K. A. Andrew has been entertaining his brother from Ohio. —Filday nipht will bo nomination ot officers at Wilfred lodge 213, K. of P. —John Cnmeion is taking a sit weeks' eouise in ladles' tailoring in Chicago. —Mlbs Ilnuie Le Sourd Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Paul Matthers, in IloodhouGC. —Miss Edith Hennlnger ot St. -Louis , is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. D. W. Mattson. —Gus Muudt has accepted a position in Valparaiso, lnd., under-his brother, Herman. ■ f'|l —Guy Torter and W. D. McLiomore have finished their terms in Normal ana aio at home. &gt; , , —T. M. Caslleberry is "setting out" 30,000 lato cabbage plants on W. Mccarty's place west of town. —.Mrs. A. E. Abbott, Miss Ada Mehan and Mis. J. S. MeElheney aio guests ot Chicago friends and idatives. , —Prof, and Mis. T. W. B. Everhart are guests of H...
Armington. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Armington. —Mrs. R. SI. Britt spent Saturday in Peoria. . , , —Pr. Boiley returned from St. Louis Saturday. i , • —Miss Bessie Brltt went to Eureka on Saturday, where sbo will study music for a month. ,1 - &lt;„ —Miss Eunice Bailey arrived home on Tuesday from Bloomlugton, where she has been attending school the past winter. —Miss Rebecca Taylor and Miss Bethanla McKinstcr, ot Dolavan, visited their aunt, Mrs. Merudlth, the first of tho week. —A number of tho young friends of Miss Alberta Dills gave hor a surprise party Monday evening. Miss Dills, who has been spending the winter with her aunt, Mis. E. K. Verry, aud attending school heic. Is soon to return to her home In Missouri, so the young people gathered at Mrs. Verry'a, where a pleannnt evening was spent. , i „ ' . I
DELAVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
DELAVAN. —Born, to Mr.'and Mrs. Clifford Connott, Wednesday, June 5, a daughter. —Mrs. A. H. Montgomery and Mrs. Kate Hoss, ot Des Moines, la., aio at the bedside of Mrs. Lou Williams, who is very sick. —Mrs. Mnry A. Stelger, after a linger-' illnobs died at the home of her son, Mr. lleorgo Steiger, yebtciday morning. Tho funeral will occur this afternoon at -' o'clock . i , —Mrs. Louisa Carrett and son, Joe, and Mrs. Ellen Strait, departed this morning for Buffalo, where thoy will visit the exposition. Mis. Strait will remain in Buftalo seveial weeks. Mrs. Garrett and hoii will pioceed In a few days to Smith's Falls, Ontailo, where they will visit her bister, Mrs. Robert Graham, and family. —Mrs. Charles Coddington, of Chicago, is visiting at the home of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Codditiglon. , . I
Quick Relief for Asthma. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Quick Relief for Asthma. Jllss Maud Dickens, Parsons, Kns., writes: "I suflercd flight, ycais with usthmu in its worst form. I had soveinl attsicks during the last year and was not expected to live thtough them. 1 began using Foley's Honey and Tar and it has never failed to give immediate relief." Kipley &amp; Stiicklaud. , ,
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
—The unsuccessful dramatist finds his task all wotk and no play. —The smaller a man's mind is the longer it takes it to make it up —lra 11. Uecknid, DuacomSe, in., writes: 'My little hoy pcnlded his leg from the knee to tile ankle. 1 used Banner Sal\u immediately and in three weeks' time it was almost entirely healed. I want to lecommemi it to every family nua: advise them to keep Uannei Salve on hand, as it is a sure remedy for scalds or any sores." Kipley &amp; Strickland. —-Many a man would starve if he had nothing to live on hut his reputation. —Out of the frying-pan o' courtship a man steps into the Arc of matilmouy. —Edwatd Huss, n well-known business man of Salisbury, Mo., writes: "1 wish to say for the benefit of otheis that I was a sutterer 'torn lumbago and kidney trouble, and all the remedies I took gave me no relief. I was Induced to tiy Foley's Kidney Cure, and after the use of thteo bottlte I nm cured. Kipley &amp; Stilckland. —Two heads ure butter than...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
, v ftf J t, WAISTS., 1 litre* lines or le«% undur ilils licndlna ler IKc rcr d»y cr ROc per occk. Additlonnl line" nt »ntnc rnlc. Cask doxn. female Heir. "WAXTED—A joune etrl to assist with »» housewojli. 6U! L Wnlnui-to. i&lt;J-2t* "WjVNTI-D—l mij nkilHUvnt academic work » Diploma from nornml t.olic&lt;o oruoitcirlty oreood MundtiiK. !"our or IKoicnr'.cep'ueucettmierct'rif/ic.ito of Urst j.'r»de, Gond ►ulnry. Bin 3S, Henscl. N. I). J«-Ct&gt; "VA7 .VNTCU—A competent clrl loilofienernl &gt; t liou--evrork. lSofeioiicej. require!! lnmilro in (113 B. Grovc-tL j6-(Jt: V\! AXI'EI)-A cook. Apply at (tie » itrrt'.or, »t Dolman, 111. JO-it \\«ANTED—A RlrJ for finiTni housework, V&gt; Gilo ictarcmios. SIKS. E. J. WILL. tOb V» Gilo ictarcmios. SIKS. E. J. WILL. N)&amp; E JetJeiKm-st. JB-st \\/ANTED— Any lndy who cnn mnko paper I* flowers can protmbly secure work by 1» flowers can probubly secure work by lcnvlng iliclr nddroha uv the I'nnuigrapU...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
MESSM citfntifil l»ro|*crt\. 1i"OE SALti—Chunp-Seicnl liirco snsh nr.O - i.'J««is tullablt: tor a Jioi housb or littW or cblcUen bouse by 11. CAI'KN, 210 N, Ccnter-fct. 170K SAM:—A few &gt;oui!i.' ri'Rlsieri'dScouh lorn oil Slid t-lioi i] liiiils of tlio uesl hcuf ty|&gt;a V. \Y. 'IOMI'KI.SS. Hox 17V Dlooinintton. 11l " ]O-Ott J TOII SAI.r.-S £tcoiKl-t&gt;uud upr'.ifhi pianos; - nlinnst Uh pocd os new. Win bargain. At bCO'II •;&gt; Music store. iti-Gi 370H sAl,i;—s-jcnr-old hi«h brud i-ombtnu- - Won iniire for Midd'o or flrhtntf. No bi'tier iu this state, fc&gt;COTT'S Music .Store. jtf-Ut IJU7 W. F/oul-kt. Call uiornJnvt 1j OR feAliK Ihorouglibred iTcrsspy cow; fresh: extra Hood Will hull cheap. 1010 X. 1-nsi-sl. j5-if K— Pips; about iwo months o!d. —' CIIKIS. SCiiU*KN*s f rnllo uortfa«flstof city watotMvoiUs. J5-!Jtt IjiOK SALn—lainuh countoi i*»o cijjnr busfticbs in kooil town Cheap. lr luKcn at once. -AiMicis Box 4*6, Xotmul, 111 *l5-ot ]j ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
QARDENS LAWNS. If jou would 1 iuo tbo I c*t I'Hwns nod Vegetable Ouriiuiib. ui»o our tested steds. '1 hcie tiro none better. A WASHBURN A..&amp;OKS, riorlsts titid Secdbition, 631 North Minn «treet. Dealers In Trult llux Mnlcifftt. wn Vases, Flower Hots Jardinieres, Garden Implements, etc. BENJAMIN. **• PIANO TUNEK.WO i:nst Mirtborry. Oradinitu ol Tuning Dep.utmeiit of New Eut;lnrid Conservuiory, IJoiton. J. \V. I'KKSTO.V. IHA UILMOIia U/E Have for SALE V * or EXCHANGE iiW acres of Ford eount&gt;'H best soil; good improvements, well tiled and fenced Location cannot be beaten. Write us. PKfi&amp;TON &amp;GILMOKB, Gibson City. 111. pOR SALE. Kljzlit-room. modern improved house; paved sucui; ea&amp;isldu. tricut bargain; tJOuO !0-room larno lot, cast side, m bargain. 7-iuoin; modern unproicd; corner lot, *l.hi)o: titue cottutu; in barirtiln. Choice building loLs: small tracts 5 and JO acres »djolnfu?cltv. Call at Boincr.u&amp;nA.uKi.,, SI...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
SOME REASONS. Wliy Bloomington PeopleSliould • Follow This Valuable Advice. Because the proof is in Bloomingt 0 . You can «iub investigate the claim,"" When investigaled they will ,„ ' satisfactory. It demonstrates that theory gi &gt;cs Wa _ befoie facts. ' ' Jfr. J. J. MeGuirc, of 70S Morrij avenue, employed at the McLean County Coal Company's, says: "I was tal.e ß with pains in my kidneys so severe that 1 was all crippled and unable to attend to ray work for ten days. When I stooped if'pained me so I could not stiaigliten. I could not walk crcU but limped all doubled. Though 1 u b edi plasters and strong liniments, thej did not relieve me. I was tortured doy R „4 night. My wife read about Doan's' Kid. ney Pills, and they were so highly roeommended for backache that she got box for me at Win. W. Harmon's drugstore. 1 took theni occoiding to directions, and in a few days 1 noticed a •light change for the better. I continued the treatment until 1 had taken part' of a second b...
THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
THE CITY. —Chocolate Ice cream at Kleinau's. —Fresh eggs. HOUBS &amp; BEAM. —Veal ana lamb. HOI3BS &amp; BEAM. —Country butter, I3c. HOBBS &amp; BEAM. —Latest thing out—"frozen phosphate" at Kleinau's. —Pillsbury XSXX flour, today $1 OG. MY STORE. —Now cabbage, per beadßc NEWMARKET. —Today only, boys' overalls, ages 3 to 13. with bibs, 2lc. NEWMARKET. —Mr. J. A. Barnes, photographer, has opened a studio at 020 North' Main street, the Gialinm building. —Today only, we offer semi-porcelain cups and saucers per set, 33c. strictly bjst °- uallt .V- NEWMARKET. —Clark Stewart wishes to announce that he will keep open evenings so as to give everyone a chance to hear the wonderful pianola, which Mr. Ilulder Is now exhibiting. A cordial invitation is extended to the public. . i —Headquarters for underwear. Headquarters for hosiery. Our popular low prices on all linos of summer dry goods and notions, ey.c yard for Lonsdale and fruit of Loom muslin; 0c unbleached muslin...
Cushion Frame [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Cushion Frame —For solid comfort there Is nothing like it. know tho dltfcieuco between holld and piißUinutlo tires. Well, try our cushion frumo and you will realUe the same difference over tlie rigid Uiimu. They are fine. Let us hhow you one. 0. H. READ&amp;BRO.