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CLEVELAND WOMEN ENDORSE ZOA PHORA , [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
CLEVELAND WOMEN ENDORSE ZOA PHORA , Breaking It Gently , The cashier of a certain firm had absconded and the head clerk was decided on as being a fit and proper person to acqunint the head of the firm of the fact on his arrival . There had been a dog fight in the Istreet , and a small crowd was just dispersing as the chiefs carriage dashed up . What s the crowd after , Jorkins ? demanded the head of the firm . The , chief clerk thought he recognized a chance of breaking the news gently , and seized it . The vacancy , sir , he replied . VavancyV What vacancy ? Cashier , sir . But we want no cashier , Jorkins . Beg your pardon , sir , but we ve a vacancy for one . Jorkins , are you mad ? No , sir . That is , sir , I dont know , sir . Fact is , sir—all the cash is gone , and—and Well . The cashiers gone with it , sir . — London Answers . The Stoinach is the Man . A weak stomach weakens the man , because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment . Health and strength cannot ...
68 CASES OF , HEADACHE OVERCOME . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
68 CASES OF , HEADACHE OVERCOME . One of the greatest defects of tie . * eye . is astigmatism , which invariably Uroduces 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 la the back if the neck , and extend down the she ilders which is as often . / thought to b i neuralgia hut is produced by defective eyei and nothing more . Whill properlyf fitted glasses will overcom &gt; this conflition of the eyes , thereby do awaj | with all your neuralgia , ej ) strain and nervousness , ehooting pai is in th &lt;| eyes , watering bloodshot ey ball , biffisk spots appearing before tl 3 eyes , nauseating feeling of the stoma : h whenfturning the head suddenly , hi rring and mixing of letters when r ading . | If you hav s any of the above symptoms call at once 6 nd receive a free test and examinaticSi . Vhat J . D 3 Green , a Prominent Businessjpanf of Urbana Says : It is surels wijh ...
MRS . BURDICK ON STAND . j [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
MRS . BURDICK ON STAND . j Admitm Gi * niilitrm &gt; NN of I . i-tter from l enniII—Siuys He- KLnmimI Her . 1 Buffalo , N . V ., March . ¦ —The first witness in the Burdick inquest Mon- ¦ day wus ( lotirge ( I . Miller , attorney : for Kdwin U liurdick in tht ; divorce ease , Mr . Miller testified tbnt he had been retained by Mr . liurdick to j carry on the divorce proceedings ; against Mrs . liurdick . The case wiia id come up on March 3 . he said . Mr , Burdick was murdered on February 20 . Mrs . liurdick took the stand at 3 : 3 ( 1 p . in . She appeared pale and wasted . She had known Pennell four or five years , having met him at a party of her friends . She reluctantly identified a letter written to her by Pennell in WOO from New Haven . She took tile examination very hard . Witness said Pennell had taken her into a doorway and kissed her . She thought she had remonstrated . Horesless carriages , fiielless engines and the wireless telegraph are the greatest innovations ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
Spring Suitings ! 4 ^ 1 TR OUSERINGS . ! Of Foreign and pomestic WoolFIl iHI # . JOHN R ^ SSl 103 Main St ., : : A Urbana . Also repairing , cleaning antko / essing done in a workmanlike manner . LOW RATES —TO—CALIFORNIA , WASHINGTON , MONTANA , OREGON , IDAHO AND / UtAH § Big Four Rofte One Way Colonists Tickets ; ftt very low rates on sale dai ly from Eftbruary 15 th to April 30 th , inMusive . | ITor full informatlon \ and particulars as to rates , tickets , \ llmitsf call on Agents Big Four Route / ob address the undersigned \ 3 . WAREBN JALYWOH , Genl Pass . &amp; Wckft Agt , . - Cincflinitl , Ohio . W . P . DEPPE , Asst . G . P */&amp; T . A . , 1 Oincinnatl , Ohio . JNO . A . GLOVEB , Agt
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
j IV . Lewis , Prop ., Champaign , Illinois . r ^^ -K jVIAKV Inl oAJL lZ s £ » l Outturns , Mut-eli bale . - •— —• ~ - - — * ^ , / «„ Kii pair $ 3 . 25 ^ llr -- /* 1 , SU RUGS , CHINA , GLASS AND HOUSEFURNISH ! NGS . I The astounding values olTored at this unparallollod sale have brought hundreds of buyers from all sections . | WERE YOU ABSENT ? IF SO remember that Saturday , Marcli 28 , to ill end your chance , to obtain the most important advanm tage offered to | ho housekeepers of tho Twin Cities and county . I \ 1 v Fine Lace Curtains 1 Here in abundance , in all the njewest . / pat1 terns and styles . The impulse ^ fco buy will § certainly manifest itself whenj you have § seen the record-breaking bargains we are I now offering . | g Ruffled Bobinet Lace Curtains , lace tripimed edges , Eg also fish net curtains , $ 1 . 50 values ; sped- QO „ B al for our Annual March Sale , per pairi - VOL § Ruffled Bobinet Lace Curtains with Battenburg or 9 lace edge and insertion , $ 3 line ;...
13 p 7 $ y * Rudyard Kjpling I [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
13 p 7 $ y * Rudyard Kjpling I me Inst summer that 1 wiis doing better , and hed let me exhibit tills year . Not In this place , surely ? Of course not . The salon . You fly high . I ve boon beating my v . lngs long enough . Where do you exhibit , Dick ? I dont exhibit . I sell . What is your line , then ? Havent you heard / Dick s eyes j opened . Was this thing possible . IIo i east about for some menus of convicI tion . They wen .- not far from the Marble arch . Come up Oxford street a little , and Ill show you . A small knot of people stood round a printsliop that Dick knew well . Some reproduction of iny work inside , he said , with suppressed tri- ; umpli . Never had success tasted so sweet upon tho tongue . You see the sort of things I paint . D you like them ? ( To be Continued . ) A Woman s Words of Praise . Neosho Kails , Kans ., Nov . 13 , 1000 . Pepsin Syrup Co ., Monticelia , 111 . Dear Sirs : —For almost fifteen years 1 suffered from indigestion , and last winter though...
to Missourilvansus uiuanouia r )* » nOMBSEEKERS EXCURSIONS ft i _ • .., . r ,, ,..., _ , [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
to Missourilvansus uiuanouia r )* » nOMBSEEKERS EXCURSIONS ft i _ • .., . r ,, ,..., _ , :, , ;; . , , j . exas , fj ^ and Indian Territory , first and third - te Tuesdays of February , March and , Vi April . Tickets will be sold at the rate jfeof ONE FARE plus $ 2 . 00 for round B ^ trip . icketi goo d going 15 days from IH | date of salel and stnp over allowed at IS points . . beyond St . Louis and Kansas Kcity . . Return limit 21 days . The !||| Frisco Sysjem are extending their ME | tracks in Southwest Oklahoma and v | j ||_ ew land cfjn be bought cheap . J Wm Come in and see me or write me for ^ descriptive literature . g 111 Land inf Southwest Oklahoma / ia § black loamj and can * be farmed to / as lljJgood advaifjtage as that in northeast ; plenty of v « ter and rainfall . j Hi I will befeladjto give you anyjlnforH mation deared . Join the next / excur- §§ sion on Fdb . 17 th or March 3 rd and m see this coantry . / K SPECIAL || ONE WAY C 0 LONIST I 1 TICKETS / jte ; . To sou...
WANT COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
WANT COLUMN WANTED . WANTED—Faithful person to travel for well established house in a few counties , calling on retail merchants and agents . ; local territory ; salary , ^ l . OLi . per year and expenses , paya &gt; bie . $ lb . TO por week in cash and expenses advanced . Position permanent . Business successful and , rushing . Kueiose self-addressed , envelope . Standard House , SOO Caxton bldg , Chicago . WANTED—A Baker s helper ; must bo experienced . Call . Sunday morning at VS ^ North Race street , Urbana . Wl-t _» \ VA . \ T _ ij—An apprentice ; at this o £ fice . Must be at least 10 years old , and mean business . WANTED—Typewriting , stenographic work and duplicating neatly done &amp; t reasonable rates by an experienced stenographer . Call at OOS John street . i &lt; u W 4 WANTED—Three or four experienced o xperenced grocery clerks and order men . GEO . P . BL 1 SS . HH-W Wanted—A girl for general housework . \ Y . It . HOUGHTON . Apply at jail resi...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
LEAVE UKBANA No . 30 7 : 38 a _ 32 9 : 48 a m 34 11 : 42 am 36 3 : 17 pxn 38 4 : 57 p in ARRIVE AT DRBANA . No 31 9 : 15 an 33 10 : 59 am 35 12 : 46 pi 37 4 : 20 p m 39 6 : 03 p in All trains daily except Sunday . Close connectioiiF at Sidney wftb main Hue trains for all points a ist and west . Passengers taking Nos . 34 and 3 ti will be transferred to the Continental Limited and Pan-American Limited at SiJuey for all oastevn points . Passengers taking No . 32 will be transferred at Sidney to . train No . 9 for St . Louis , Kansas City and all points west . MAIN LINE . EAST BOUND . WEST BOtJKD . No . 6 6 : 38 am No . 51 8 : 35 am 26 10 : 17 am 9 . 10 : 27 am 24 12 : 10 pm 31 2 : 20 pm 4 12 : 34 pm 7 3 : 52 pm 16 4 : 41 pm 5 10 : 27 pm 50 6 : 40 pm O . O . STRICKLAN , Telephone 21 or 403 . Agent . Urbana , 111 , ii
ILLINOIS CENTRAL . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
ILLINOIS CENTRAL . Trains leave Champaign—GOING SOUTH . No . 2 FastJIal ! 6 : 33 p ra t 4 Chicago Limited 7 : 20 am 22 Northern Express 2 : 13 am * 24 Local Mail 1 : 50 p m 20 Cnicago Coach Express 8 : 40 a m 16 C iicago Express 9 : 05 am 92 Local Freignt 7 : 00 am tXos . 24 and 92 daily except Sunday . All Diners daily . t \ r estibule train carries only sleepers and parlor ears . aoiva south . No . 1 New Orleans Special .. 1 : 15 pm t 3 New Orleans Limited 9 ; 55 p m 5 Fast Mall 6 : 07 am 21 Southern Express 1 : 25 am * 23 Local Mail 12 : 30 p m 25 New Orleans Coach Express ... 9 : 00 p m * 93 Local Freight 6 : 45 am * Nos . 23 and 93 daily except Sunday . All others dailv . tVestibule train carries only sleepers and parlor cars . No . 6 arrives from south at 11 p . m . HAVANA LINE . GOING WEST . No , 593 Clinton Ace , daily ex . Sun 7 : 00 a m 705 Decatur Accommodation 7 : 30 am 623 Clinton Local Ma . 1 : 10 pm 725 Decatur Mail— 9 : 00 pm ARK 1 VK FROM WEST . No . 624 Clinton Loc...
Cheap Tickets To Many Points in the . ' j ¦ West , Southwest / [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
Cheap Tickets To Many Points in the . j ¦ West , Southwest / —AND— /• j J ? Southeast / -VIA- / / BIG FOU pp _ On sale the first ajd thlrd ^ Tuesday o £ each month £ &gt; and including » _| ril , 1 ^ 93 . ONE WAY SEdOND 3 d _ ASS COLONIAL TICKlfe 4 T VERY LOW KATES FB 0 M ALL BIG FOUR JfOlJNTS . f 4 # For full i-forniStion and particulars aa to rat ^ J fiickets , limits , call on . Agents Bflg Four Route , or address the undersigned . I / -WARRBN J . LYNOH , Genl Pass . &amp; Ticket Agt Cincinnati , Ohio . W . D . DBPPE , Asst , G . P . &amp; T . A ., Cincinnati , Ohio . JNO . A . GLOVEIt , Agt SittdoS iS yc-jpwaijjjsSSi isarwOigestG what yrra es . 1 , Knowlton &amp;^ ennett
WABASH RAILROAD . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
WABASH RAILROAD . ANNOUNCEMENTS Very low one ways colonist rates to points In south and southeast , west or southwest , north and northwest , on first and third Tuesdays of each month until May , 1 » 03 . Homeseekers round trip tickets to points in the west , south and southwest on the first and ^ third Tuesday of each month , at onVfare ^ plus $ 2 . 0 u for the round trip . / Tickets good returning 21 days . i 0 California tourist / tiqfiets good returning In nine nfimtMs , with liberal stop-over privileges ijfi each direction , on sale dally . f / Take the Waba &amp; p for Kay county , Oklahoma ; 23 hoors from Urbana to New Kirk , arriving at New Kirk at 0 a . m . Other lines 30 hours , arriving at New Kork at 5 p . m . j practically a day later . O . O . Stricklan , ticket agent at Urbana , 111 ., will be glad to have you call at the ticket office of the Wabash railroad , or your letter addressed to him will receive careful consideration and attention , O . O . STRICKLAN ...
NOTICE FOR BIDS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
NOTICE FOR BIDS . Notice is hereby given that bids will be accepted by the Board of Local Improvements or the City of Urbana , Illinois , for the construction of a Sanitary Sewer with appurtenances , to be Known as Sewer . District No . 11 , commencing in Main street at the first manhole located on the present sewer therein east of the east line of Orchard street , and extending west in said Main street to the center line of the alley located immediately west of the west line o £ lots 5 and 0 in C . It . Gregg s addition to the town of Urbana , Illinois , and extending thence in a southerly direction along the center fine of said alley to the center of Stoughton street , and thence extending in a westerly direction to the center line of Liiicoln avenue , extending thence soutt to the center line of the alley locate ! between Springfield .- avenue and Stiughton street , and * thence west alongjthe center line o | r £ aid alley to the east line of Kominfe street in said city ; jilso a...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
IP-A RCOOWl UiHiDLdUnL —DHALKR IN—LATH , SHINGLES , DOORS SASH , BLINDS , CEMENT , HAIR , LIME , ETC . Estimates made and bjfls furnished forbullcMngou application . Also dealer \ a £ ID w f 16 DIL from the rfest mjjes in the country . Highest oifsh price paid for grain . / :: / : :: :: LUMBER Yifo AND COAL OFFICE ¦ MABlfarSTHEET ^ URBANA , plication to | W . U . LOWE Ir , Urbana , Illinois . i 01 MAIN STREET . SECOND FLOOR . Bowling Alley . I THE ONLY REGUL 4 TI 0 N ALLEYS IN . XRf : I TWIPJ CITIES . / I Everything New and Up-to-Date r l / ¦ • P- Vour patronage Solicited - I / H 124 West Elm Street . URBANA ILLINOIS rwtte fi ~ ¦ BILLIARD HALL , 125 WEST MAIN ST £ .. _! - r ^ _ -w- _——i l THE Wl MANS WAY ! t . Frok Waint Louis tb the fertile Jf h agricultural districts of g j V Oklahoma and Indian Territory | t Reduced Rates—both Single and Round Trip—r on the first and third Tuesdays of each month , tJ Descriptive literature furnished upon applica1 ., tion to # PASSENGER TRAFFIC DE...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
^ Am £ t tKJKtA AND EASTERN RAILWAY Short Line East and West . Departures , No . EASTWARD 2 Local express for Indianapolis and Cincinnati - 6 31 a m 4 ( Arrives ) Local express between Urtiuna and L eoria s 05 p m 16 Indianapolis . Cleveland . Cincinnati , Columbus , Huston , liuifalo . Albany and New York 10 15 a m 15 Indianapolis . Cleveland , Boston and New York Limited , arrives in New York ( 1 : 00 next day 245 pm . ) C Columbus , Cincinnati , Cleveland , lioston . New York and all points east and southeast via Indianapolis and Cincinnati 11 21 p m No . WESTWARD 43 ISloominetou , leoria , Kansas City .-3 24 a m : j Local express tor l eoria 7 30 a in 9 leoria . Kansas City , St . Paul , St . Louis , Denver and Pacific coast .-11 20 a m 11 Peoria . ISloominetou . Kansas City . Omaha and ail points west 3 30 p m — ( Arrives ) Local express between Cincinnati . Inianapolis and Urbana .-. 8 24 p m Trains 11 , 18 , 36 and 43 are daily . Drawing room and dining cars on trains 11 , 18...
... . 8 _ SIX MEN j DROWNED | [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 25 March 1903
... . 8 _ SIX MEN j DROWNED | c Four Commercial Travelers G and Two Negroes Meet C Death in Flood . ft 2 BOAT IS OVERTURNED . - Worst Blizzard ol the Winter * Rages in Western Part \* of Michigan . 5 Memphis , Tenn ., March 24 . —J . R . K Hood , an employe of an Arkansas saw- vj mill , returned- from the flooded district g of Arkansas Tuesday morning and re- * j ports that while at Gavin , a station on ft the Frisco railroad Saturday after- v &lt; noon , he saw a skiff containing four S drummers and two negro oarsmen Jjj swept under the track of the railroad , in fc a stiff current . The boat was over- Vj turned , all six of the occupants were g • drowned , Mr . Hood does not know the . * j names of the traveling men , but says ft they had employed the negroes to row vj them across the submerged territory g to Mound City , Ark ., where they in- * J tended to take a steamboat for Mem- ft phis . Vj To Relle—6 Starving Stock . S Natchez , Miss ., March 24 . —The Mis- * j sissi...