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SIXTEEN YEARS OF CATARRH , [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
SIXTEEN YEARS OF CATARRH , Well Known Massachusetts Woman Cured by llyomei . How to cure catarrh has been a prob . loin iu medicine 1 cr many years that was not solved until the discovery o £ llyomei . This remarkcble treatment ; makes il possible for any one to breathe in an air at home which is al most , identical with that of the Adrloutlaeks , the Carol inns or other health resort .- ; where the air is impregnated with heaiing balsams from health giving trees and plants . Simply place a little llyomei in the inhaler which comes with every outlit , breathe it occasionally during the day and benefit will be seen after its use for only two or three times , while perseverance for a few days or weeks will effect a complete cure of even the worst case of catarrh . Mrs . Elvira E . B . Gibson who holds a responsible position in the great dry goods store of Jordan , Marsh A ; Co ,, of Boston , wrote in April : fluid catarrh for twenty years , and the last ten years fall of which time ha...
— - - ^ ,,, _ mmmmm WANT COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
— - - ^ ,,, _ mmmmm WANT COLUMN . WANTED . W ANTED— Typewriting , stenographic work aud duplicating neatly done at reasonable rates by an experienced , , stenographer . Call at 50 S John ] street . 101 w 4 WANTED—Three or four experienced . e xpereneed grocery clerks and order men . GEO . 1 . BLISS . ltH-tG WANTED—A girl for general housework . W . 11 . HOUGHTON . Apply at jail residence llM-t 6 * WANTED—A few men for rough , ! heavy work on farm near city . ; lJ-i-t GEO . P . BLISS . , WANTED—If the person taking the black overcoat from the M . tchurcu last Friday night will re- , turn the same to J . D . Green a ! plumbing , establishment , there will be no further trouble . If not , ha will be prosecuted to the fullest ex . tent of the law . 100-t 6 . WANTED—A good girl immediately ; no washing or ironing . MRS . N . EL COHEN , oil U . Elm . 191-ta ; WANTED—A place to do housework , by a young lady . Inquire at 100 Cottage Grove avenue . lOl . tG * WANTED- everybody to know tb * ...
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMEN . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMEN . State of Illinois , Champaign County , ss . Estate of Mary o . Redeubaugh , deceased . : . To Heirs and Creditors of said Estate : Your are hereby notified that on . 1 Monday , the 0 th day of April , 1003 , , \ the Administrator of said estate , will ,,. . ! ... present to tho County Court of Cham . . * paign County , at Urbana , Illinois , niy &lt; / final report of my acts and doings as &lt; such Administrator , and ask the Court , to be discharged from auy and all fur- . i &lt; thor duties and responsibilities con- j nected with said estate , and my ad- i : , * ministration thereof , at which time and ^ ¦ 1 place you may be present and resist / t &gt; * . * t such application , if you choose so \ o q 4 * 3 ^ r * s &amp; ( Sgned ) O . E . Besore , Adminibtrator . ^ ft- S ^ w $ &amp;*&amp; u iC -. - v . : S (^^ hHHI
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
PEORIA AND EASTERN RAILWA ? Short Line East and West . Departures , No . EASTWARD 2 Local express lor Indianapolis and Cincinnati 6 34 a m 4 ( Arrives ) Local express between Crbana and Peoria 8 05 p m lfi Indianapolis , Cleveland . Cincinnati , Columbus . Boston , Buffalo , Albany and New York 10 45 a in IS Indianapolis . Cleveland , Boston and New York Limited , arrives in NewYork 6 : 00 next day 2 45 p m 36 Columbus . Cincinaati , Cleveland , Boston . New York and all points east and southeast via Indianapolis and Cincinnati 1121 p m No . WESTWARD 43 Bloomineton , Peoria , Kansas City-. 3 24 a ra 5 Local express tor Peoria 7 30 a m 9 Peoria , Kansas City , St . Paul , St . Louis , Denvenand Pacific coast -. 1120 a m 11 Peoria , Bloomington , Kansas City . Omaha and all points west 3 30 p m — ( Arrives ) Local express between Cincinnati , Iuianapolis and Urbana-- . S 24 p m Trains 11 , is , 36 and 43 are daily . Drawing room and dining cars on trains 11 , 18 and train . 16 is a th...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
Cheap Tickets To Many Points in the _ - - West , Southwest —AND— ¦ . Southeast BIG FOUR ROUTE On sale the first and third Tuesday of each month to and Including Acril , 1903 . ONE WAY SECOND-OLASS COLONIAL TICKETS AT VERY LOW RATES FROM ALL BIG FOUR POINTS , For full information and particulars as to rates , tickets , limits , call on Agents Big Four Route , or address the undersigned . WARREN J . LYNOH , Genl Pass . &amp; Ticket Agt . Cincinnati / Ohio . W . D . DEPPE , Asst , G . P . &amp; T . A ,, Cincinnati , Ohio . JNO . A . GLOVER , Agt
FAVORS MINERS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
FAVORS MINERS Abstract of Finding of Coal Strike Commission Now in President s Hands . AN INCREASE IN WAGES Strikers Are Not Held Blameless But Many Reforms by Operators Are Favored . Washington , March 18 . — Judge Gray and Carroll D . Wright , president and recorder respectively of the anthracite coal strike commission , handed to President Roosevelt the report of that commission Wednesday . Increase Recommendftil . The report , of the commission will he a bulky document , but the conclusions reached can readily be summarized , although the members of the commission have been particularly reluctant in regard to the details of their report . In a general way it is known that the commission recommends an average increase of wages amounting to about ten per cent , of the existing rates . This is coupled with the generalrecommendation that the coal corporations should be more considerate of the modes of living of their employes and should discourage the extension of the truck system ,...
POINTS TO PENNELL . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
POINTS TO PENNELL . Witness at ( he l «&lt; iues ( in lluffllH SatlstUMl as t «» the Person Who Killed llurcltelc . Buffalo , X . Y ., March IS . —The name of Arthur li . lennell , who was named as corespondent in the Uurdiok divorce proceedings and who met a terrible death in Gehres stone quarry two weeks after Edwin L . Burdick was murdered , constantly came to tho surface in the inquest before Judge Murphy Tuesday . Charles S . Parke , Burdick s forjner business partner and close friend , while on the witness stand gave it as his opinion , based upon information and supposition , that Pennell or a hired assassin killed Burdick . Fear of disclosures growing out of the divorce proceedings instituted by Mr . Burdick against his wife , Mr . I urkc firmly believed , was the motive for the crime . Mr . Parke tpld of conversations he had with Burdick relative to trouble with Pennell . On one occasion Burdick told Parke that Pennell had threatened suicide if the suit was not stop...
RUSH OF WATERS i [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
RUSH OF WATERS i I Break in Levee at Trice Landing , North of Memphis , j Floods Arkansas Basin . REFUGEES SEEK SAFETY . Reports ol Loss of Life Are Cur » rent , But Only Two Cases Can Be Verified . Memphis , Tenn ., March 18 . —The river stands at 3 U . G feet and is stationary . The levees continue to hold and only one break is reported in tlie St . Francis system , that at Trice Landing 20 miles north of here . The waters of the big stream are rushing i through this crevasse at . a fearful rate and flooding the Arkansas basin j south . The town of Marian , in Crit- j tendon county , is , in desperate straits and its inhabitants arc greatly alarmed at the rapid encroachment of tne flood . Hundreds of refugees are in Marian and every available building is being used to house these unfortunates . The Frisso railroad , which runs through the town , is under water , and there ia no means of getting them out . Loss of Mfe . Reports of loss of life in remote sections are current , but o...
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES . 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES . 1 The registration in Chicago for the mayoralty election shows -10-1 ,- 371 names . j Syon A / . uballey was hanged at Windsor , N . S ., for the murder of \ Lion Lundore at Tenny Capo last October . Sir Kobcrt Held , iu the British house of commons , suggested that the grernt powers of Kurope agree t-o a limitation of naval armament . Miss Nannie Tanner , a \ wH-known woman at Owensboro , Ky ., was run over and killed by a trolley car . Her body was cut in two . Gen . Gillespie , chief of engineers , will visit the site of the new naval station at ISahin Honda , Cuba , with a view IS to erection of strong defenses . 6 President Francis , of the St . Louis - fair , returned from Kurope greatly encouraged by the cordiality of his reception at the courts of the old world . Owing to the American demand for German money the impression prevails in ISerlintbat speculation in the United States has been overdone and that credits have been unduly expanded . J . W . He...
KICKS SOLICITED . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
KICKS SOLICITED . he Courier Management Wishes Subscribers to Complain When Badly Served . The Courier management supposes that everybody who subscribes for the paper gets it , unless we hear to the contrary Irom the subscriber . When a name is given us , we give the order to the carrier , and unless complaint is made we have to means of knowing that tho carrier is not doing his duty . No paper will ever be stopped by tho oliice for any cause without due notification , so if you do not get your paper , you will know it is the carrier s fault , snd you will lay the management under obligations if you will make complaint promptly to the office . You need not come to the office ; telephone us from anywhere , and we will see to it that you get good service . Itemark-able IiuLletmemt . Lexington , Ky ., March 18 . —The most remarkable indictment ever returned by the Fayette circuit court was reported when the grand jury indicted Henry Welch , farmer , for going to church while afflicted ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903
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WORK BEGINS AT DECATUR [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
WORK BEGINS AT DECATUR Surveying for the Interurban to the Twin Cities . ngineer Tarrant on the Scene—W . B . MeKinley Tells of His Hans lor Ibe Summer . Decatur , 111 ., March 10— A corps ol civil engineers under the direction ol W . II . Tarrant arrived in Decatur this morning to begin surveys for the Danville , Urbana and Champaign interurban railway . Mr . Tarrant is the engineer who has been uoing all the surveying for the road and he was in the city for a time Wednesday looking over the ground . His assistants are here and they will go to work at once . The engineers will first ascertain the best way to get out of the city toward the west . The road will go west on Eldorado street to Union street and then north to Green street and west out of the city . Northwest of the city there is a good deal of rough land and it is here that the engineers will try to find the easiest way out of the city for the road to run . After the rough hilly land is passed and the level land is reache...
MITCHELL WILL NOT COME [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
MITCHELL WILL NOT COME Miners Leader Turns Down the Chautauqua Offers . But Mark llanna and Two Heroes of the Boer War Will Appear—Manager Love Planning for Local Session . The Twin City Chautauqua will not have an opportunity of hearing John . Mitchell , the miners leader , this summer . Manager Love had intended to secure the president of the mine workers , but the announcement that Mitchell will not appear before the Ohautauquas put an end to the plans . It is said that although Mitchell could have made thousands of dollars by speaking , he refused to take the time from his duties . Maager Love , however , expects to have two stars in General Piet Joubert and Captain ODonnell . The former Is the well-known Boer general , and the latter served in the celebrated Irish-American brigade in the Transvaal . The two men are expected to be great attractions . But the speaker who will eclipse all others is Mark llanna . Senator Hanna will speak on the last Sunday of . the session and ho w...
IS TRIO OF CANDIDATES . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
IS TRIO OF CANDIDATES . Three Aspirants for Mayoral Nomination in Champaign . A . T . Hall , C . J . Sabin and E . S . Swigart Are Not Averse to Allowing Their Names to Be Used by Friends . Champaign now has three candidates for the republican nomination for mayor . A . T . Hall , Former Mayor C . J . Sabin and E . S . Swigart are the trio of persons who want to preside over the sessions of the city council across the Wright street line . Mr . Sabin believes that he will command great support from the church goers . He is putting in some hard licks . E . S . Swigart is in Arizona , but notified his friends by wire that he would stand for the nomination . He will arrive in Champaign Monday . There is quiet in the Democratic camp . Ex-Mayor John B . Harris , George H . Lutz and others are spoken of as prospective wearers of the mayoralty toga . The saloonists , it is reported , are preparing to take a hand in the city election , and see that a candidate that is unfavorable- to their i...
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Charles Smith Is Given Verdict for $ 3 , 000 Damages . Result ol Accident on Illinois Central Bailroad Last Summer—The SusdorlNelson Cuse Now On . The jury in the damage suit of Chas . Smith against the Illinois Central Railroad company , returned a verdict for the plaintiff , finding the defendant company guilty and assessing the damages at $ 3 , 000 . Smith , it will be remembered , was a section hand , and while engaged in unloading ballast , near Hayes , a year ago , had his foot badly crushed between the cars . The plaintiff claimed the accident was caused by a decayed timber on which he was standing at the time it occurred . The entire day yesterday was taken up with hearing the suit of Ansley Susdorf vs . Archie Nelson , mention of which was made in yesterday s Courier Through a typographical error appearing in the court proceedings in yesterday s Courier , the order relative to the injunction proceedings instituted by J . D . Green et al to enjoin the sc...