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aBBBsisaHaBBaaaaiaaBHtsaaaaaH 1 PERSONAL NOTES . j KUBtiUMhilCiCHtiUHBKBHB & B & UaZSlll [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
aBBBsisaHaBBaaaaiaaBHtsaaaaaH 1 PERSONAL NOTES . j KUBtiUMhilCiCHtiUHBKBHB &amp; B &amp; UaZSlll Subscribe for The Courier . Telephone The Courier . It . Z . Gill w Sj ^ to Forrest yesterday . Carlos KenfrevJ- has gone to Peoria . Ben Weaver has returned from Danville . B . It . Lee , of Pesotum , was a Saturday visitor . Mr . and Mrs . Frank Toy are the parents of a son . William Rennet- has returned from Jackson county . There are now fourteen prisoners in the county jail . Will Meyers has returned home from Jackson county . Jackson Caldwell has gone to Freeport on business . P . L . Bills is visiting his wife , on West Elm street . Doctor Reece was here from Ogden yesterday on business . Ray Helm , of Sidney , called on Urbana friends yesterday . The Country club will dance tonight at Crystal lake pavislon . Mrs . P . C . Mosier was up from Homer yesterday on business . Teddy Peters , of Rantoul , is the guest of twin city friends . Roland P . Ginzel , of Lincoln ...
WHY CASTRO RESIGNED . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
WHY CASTRO RESIGNED . N-ctth at Paris Indicates That Mot * Was Not Altogether a . Formal One . Paris , March 23 . —An official dispatch has been , received , here from Caracas giving the causes which led . up to President Castro s resignation . Ik shows that this action was not a mere formality , as some of the dispatches indicated , but was the outgrowth of serious conditions caused by the recent international entanglements .. The dispatch says the main cause of the president s resignation was the trouble with Germany , which besides being difficult of solution has caused widespread alarm . The situation , it is add ,- ed , has been further complicated by theactivity of the revolutionary bands . The dispatch clearly conveys the impression that the resignation of Gen . Castro is indicative of the present condition of unrest and instability in . Venezuela , probably foreshadowing- a general change of government . Berlin , March 23 . —It is believed hero that the resignation of Presid...
SIX MINERS ARE KILLED [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
SIX MINERS ARE KILLED Terrible Explosion of Gas in Colliery at Athens , Menard County , 111 . | SEVENTH BADLY INJURED , Attempts to OpenUp Stopped Up Chamber Results Disastrously . | Springfield , 111 ., March 23 . — A terrible explosion of gas in a mine of the Athens Coal company , at Athens , Menard county , 20 miles north of Springfield , Monday , resulted in the death of six men and one being seriously injured . The dead are : John Rogers , Fred Impke , S . Gorndorf , James Patrick , August Noel , David Myers . Injured : Carl Joerjnich . An entry in the mine has been for some time stopped up on account of gass and Monday morning an attempt was made to open it by drilling another entry , in order to allow air to enter , and gas to escape . While engaged in this work a miner fired through the stopped-up chamber , causing a terrific explosion of gas , which accumulated in the chamber . Nine men were in the niine at the time , and as a result six were killed outright , and Joerjnich...
' Too Late to Classify . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
Too Late to Classify . WANTED—Faithful person to trayel for well established-house in a few counties , calling on retail merchants , and agentsi ; local territory ; salary , § 1 , 02-1 per . Wear and expenses , payable $ 19 . 70 nor week ill cash and expenses ad anced . / Position permanent . B isinesaA- successful and rushing . , Enclcfse self-addressedl envelope . S tand ard House , 300 Cax » . ton bldg , C ricago . ,, _ , . ¦ .
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
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SIIUI RUSH 111 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
SIIUI RUSH 111 Ten to Twenty-Five People Called Each Day Last Week for Free Ex amination . Many of the Callers Were Bluntly Told That the Glasses Eitted by Other Opticians Were as Good as Could be Had at Present Time , or That Their Trouble Could Not be Corrected With Glasses—This Fact of Not Attempting- to Intimidate Everybody Into a Purchase Has Won the Confidence of the Public and as a Result of Their Fair Dealing the Eye Specialists are Busy From Morning Until Night . One More Week Mr . and Mrs . RatKff Will Remain in Urbana at the Columbian Hotel , or Until Saturday , March 28 , Giving Free Examinatioa of Eyes . 105 Pairs of Glasses Fitted in Urbana During the Past Two Weeks .
SEAMLESS TOY BALLOONS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
SEAMLESS TOY BALLOONS . An Amerlonn Novelty Lately Added to the l . onvc Lint of the Street Trade . Look at that , said a wholesale dealer in street novelties . The very latest and newest and biggest thing in the market to-day . He picked out of o box on the counter a little , loosely folded rubber bag about two inches long and having at one end a Httle neck , which he drew over a nipple on a machine something like a bicycle pump , and expanded the bag into a red rubber globe ; it was a child s toy balloon , and a perfect sphere in shape , says the New York Sun . There it is , he said , a seamless gas balloon , the first ever made anywhere , and this produced in the United States . Up to now all the toy balloons sold in the world have come from Belgium , France and England . Wo import , all told , a million gross a year , and these ballons all have seams In them . They are made in sections and united on a machine something like a sewing machine , except that instead of needles it ha...
PRESIDENT IS PLEASED . JF [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
PRESIDENT IS PLEASED . JF SayM Action of Semite on the Cnlmn | Treaty Shown Good Will of S Country Toward I * I mid . I Washington , Jinreh A — Only five E members of the cabinet attended the f meeting Friday , and they were in ses- \ sion less than half an hour . Sec-re- t tnry Hay was present for the first time k since his return from the south . H Both the president and the members H of the cabinet expressed great satisfac- E tion with the results accomplished by E congress at the regular session , and I by the senate at the extraordinary ses- t sion which has adjourned . Thepresi- f dent believes that more scarcely could [ have been expected . Bothihe and the . j members of the cabinet are satisfied \ that the Cuban reciprocity treaty will I be ratified by the Cuban congress , as I it was ratified by the senate . Pre si- J dent Roosevelt is particularly gratified , i because the senate has demonstrated g what he regards as the good faith of E g the United States in extending , s...
FIFTY CASES OF HEADACHE OVERCOME . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
FIFTY CASES OF HEADACHE OVERCOME . One of the greatest defects of the eye is astigmatism , which invariably produces headache , pains in and back of the eyes and across the forehead , . also will experience pains in top of the head ; then again the pains will occur In the back of the neck and extend down the shoulders which is as often thought to be neuralgia but is produced by defective eyes and nothing more . ^ W hile properly fitted glasses will overcome this condition of the eyes , thereby do away with all your neuralgia , eye strain and .: nervousness , shooting pains in the eyes , watering bloodshot eye ball , blaclcsspots appearing before Jhe eyes , nauleatlng feeling or . the stomach when turning the head sud den ^ , blurring and tjbixing of let-r ters wtfen reading . f If yoxk have any of the ; above symptoms cau . at once andivTeceive a free test and Examination , fg What j | D . Green , ^ prom inent business man | pf Urbana ^ i ays : / It is sui-ely with afdegree of safte...
STILL A MYSTERY . i [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
STILL A MYSTERY . i No Ttrnee Fonnd of liar of Gold That DilMnppenred from Union Depot In Detroilt Detroit , Mich ., March —Nothing has developed to help solve the mysterious disappearance Wednesday night from the Union depot office of the Pacific &amp; Dominion Express company , of the ingot of gold valued at 523 , 500 . Superintendent Newhall . of the express company , still refuses to talk to newspapermen , referring them to Capt . McDonnell , of the detective department . The captain declares he has nothing to give out . No arrests have been made , and so far as can be learned the police have n » clew to the whereabouts of the precious bar . Superintendent Newhall and the local officials of the express company have had several conferences with the detectives . Chinese Lnlior for South Afnien . London , March .. —Commissioners Skinner and Noyes , who have been appointed to proceed to China to investigate Chinese labor with the view of its employment in the . mines at Joha...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
Spring Suitings ! ¦ ± M TROUSERINGS . Of Foreign and Domestrc Woolens . Mor I FIRST ifillteliG . JOHN ^ SS , 103 Main St ., : y ; Urbana . Also repairing , cleaning and pressing done in a workmanlike manner . LOW RATES • —TOCALIF 0 UNIA , WASHINGTON , MONTANA , OREGON ! IDAHO AND Itah ¦ ¦ ¦ I . Big - FlrSo Dte One Way Colonist Tlcl | ets at very low rates on sale Sally frdm February -, 15 th . to April 30 th | lnclus |? e . For full Information , and particulars ai to rates , tlckfts , jfmlts , call on Agents Big Four % tou &amp; or address the undersigned \ g WARREN J . LYNCH , Genl Pass : % Ticket Agt „ V v Cincinnati , Ohio . ,.- - W . P . DEPPE , Asst . G . P . &amp; T . A . , Olncinnatl , Ohio . ; V JNO . A . GLOVER , Agt . . a . .
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
^^^^ i „ - ]| M ]| MBBi ^ BWIMMimMiiiiiiiin mii iM W . Lewis , Prop ., Champaign , Illinois . J ___ _ , „ „ _ . - __ j— ~ . m -wf m ¦¦« iS i-Ml Nottlnuliam T . neu fl $ 1 Nottingham Lace - » or A W ^ f ^ i Tj ff A _ T &amp; 1 IT * Ctirtiiliin , March Hale : H $ ^™ . y % MAPCvH SALc ^ NittfnKi . ^ I $ 5 Nottingham Luce / V JL xTL JC % . ^ R ? Si A i * .- / XJ * . JS—&lt; B . 4 Curtiitiis . March SaJe ; i Curtulns , Miircli Sale ; - * - - «¦ * - - ¦»¦ • ¦¦ ^ im ( r ! f 4 . &lt; B 0 H I &gt;» lr $ 3 . 25 aJ * fv B RUGS , CHINA , GLASS AND HOUSEFURNJSHINGS . 1 The astounding values offered at this unparallelled sale have brought hundreds of 9 buyers from all sections . 1 WERE YOU ABSENT ? IF SO remember that Saturday , March 2 S , will end your chance to obtain the most important advantage offered to the housekeepers of tho Twin Cities and county . Fine Lace Curtains Here in abundance , in all the newest patterns and styles . The impulse to buy will certa...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
; ___^ . OUR LINE OF ENGLISH Nottingham Lace Curtains Has never been so complete—especially underpriced during this sale . 1 , j Nottingham Lace Curtains , Z \ i yards long , 54 to 60 B inches wide , ten patterns to make a selection trom I includes $ 2 and $ 3 values ; special for &lt; P | iA ¦ our Annual March Sale ; per pair 4 ^ 1 • TV B Nottingham Lace Curtains , twelve new patterns to 1 select from , Z / 2 yards long , 48 to 60 inches wide , ft values among them up to $ 3 . 50 ; spe- &lt; £ } y £ 7 H cial for our Annual March Sale ; pair » P ¦«• ¦ . • Finest Nottingham Lace Curtains of linen and lisle , Z / i yards long , 50 to 60 inches wide , daintiest of patterns , 15 new styles to choose from , not a pair worth less than $ 4 ; special during d *^ QF our Annual March Sale ; per pair &amp; UL * y % J Nottisgham Lace Curtains 3 and V / z yards long , ^ ilaf ge selection of new patterns , worth $ 1 . 50 , -i ^ special for our Annual March Sale ; per Q ^ r...
| * , . ^ i ; -. —— ., Letters from ,- Women I j [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 24 March 1903
| * , . ^ i ; -. —— ., Letters from ,- Women I j .. Uired by the ftse , of Kodol are received felly . ; . Their troublasWrly M begln w ) th ) ndT &amp; M . tlon or other affftiach disorder . | If tho food you eat fails to give strength I to your body , It is because the Juices seI creted by the stomach and digestive organs f ; are inadequate to transform the nutrient prop- | I ertles of the food Into blood . That If I / Indigestion . The system is deprived of the \ , amount of nourishment required to keep up I f the strength , and the result is that one or I . , more of the delicate organs gradually grows ! weak , and then weaker , until finally it if 1 diseased . Here a great mistake ls made . | ; That of treating the diseased w organ . The . best doctors In the land make this very mistake . Why should they ? It is so easy to see that the trouble Is not there .