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GEN . WOOD RELIEVED . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
GEN . WOOD RELIEVED . | | Retire * from Ills 1 oxll Ion In fiibn « Mli 1 rnlse for HI l-: illeliiie &gt; In Coniluel of . vrfnli-M . Washington . Marili - &gt; —Pocrctiiry Unnt h ; i ^ i- &gt; . ui-il nil unler u-lieuim Cn-u . Leonard Wood fioin I m l In r i ut \ in connectioii with tin * « n \ ernmont of Culm . ( leu . Wooil liavini ; complcliil his report of tho milit . iM occii | Mtinn of tli &lt; - i » l . iiul . 1 hr si-cic ! ar \ pi sii-i n (! i n . Wood for tin- i-tllciiM t ni mi . i : m « liili he conducted the . t 11 . iii — ol the M . iimI and thanks him in the name of the president | Injunction Will Slmid . Chic . ioo . M . m-h • . • . Indue lliitn-c ^ ha ^ nlii-iii tn ilis-ohr ; lu m jnnctiun olit . iniit h \ U illi . im I . di inii-r . • ic .-nii-. t the board of i !&lt; ction coiiiiiii-.-ioiiii s , in which the \ . no ri si r . uncd liiini producing the ballot * o . i .-t in the LoriincrDurboiow ennirie- —ioiial i lection last fa...
THE BURDICK INQUEST . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
THE BURDICK INQUEST . Dlxtrfer Attorney Expect * to End tJie Insiui . ry- Very Soon—Xo Xew Evidence Discovered . Buffalo , X . Y .. March 25 . —District . Attorney Coatsworth says that he ~ expects to wind up the inquest into the Burdick murder by noon Thursdiay . The hearing will be resumed Thursday morning-. Have you discovered any new evidence ? he was asked . We have brought out at this inquest everything that we have , he replied . The public knows now as much about the case as the authorities do . Nothing- of importance has developed late ~ -ly that we did not know before the Inquest began . Mr . Coatsworthsaidihe knew nothing concerning a plot alleged to have been concocted by Pennell to entirap Burdick by using a woman as a lure and ; thereby prevent Burdick f ronvpressdngl the divorce suit ag-ainst his wife . New Haven , Conn ., March- 25 . —Mi « s Nellie Lamb , sister of Mrs . Axthjir Pen-
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
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*** B ^ H *< " ^ M " aa >»»" BaM >* aBaaM ^ iiMMW ^^ a ^^ ma ^^ MMMaaMM aaaaaaaaaisHaaaiaMasaiasaagiaa 1 PERSONAL NOTES . 1 b a te W a te a M U m tti u u a e > ci tf . a a a in ei w 171 * m m m [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
*** B ^ H *&lt; ^ M aa &gt;»» BaM &gt;* aBaaM ^ iiMMW ^^ a ^^ ma ^^ MMMaaMM aaaaaaaaaisHaaaiaMasaiasaagiaa 1 PERSONAL NOTES . 1 b a te W a te a M U m tti u u a e &gt; ci tf . a a a in ei w 171 * m m m Subscribe for The Courier . Telephone The Courier . Walter Hollis M sick at his home in Ilomer . „ A [ . Harry Winston / of Sidney , was here _ . ^ - yesterd ay . ^^ Mrs . Ida B . Lindsey is recovering / from her illness . j / A . A . Clark has returned from a bus- I iness trip to Onarga . I W . A . Hall was a Homer business visitor here yesterday . William Susdorf , of Dewey , was a city visitor Wednesday . The Calumet club dances tonight at Crystal lake pavilion . , Charles Core , of Homer , was a county seat visitor yesterday . « Mr . Prather of Stanton was a visitor in the city yesterday . Miss Lida Kamp , of Tolono , is vis- : * mg friends for a few day * . Miss Minnie Fraser , of ltantoul , was a guest of her aunt in this city . - llev . G . D . La...
EMPEROR ACTS FRIENDLY . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
EMPEROR ACTS FRIENDLY . Auks President Roosevelt to Send a Fleet of Bnttlcslijpx to tlie German Regatta nt Iviel . Washington , March 25 . —The Post says : Emperor William of Germany has given further striking-proof of his desire to maintain friendly relations with the United States . In a personal cablegram to President Roosevelt he has invited the battle fleet of the United States in North American waters to visit Kiel , Germany , during regatta week in May . The navy department Wednesday made public a statement to the effect that the North Atlantic squadron would not visit Germany this summer as has been suggested in some quarters . When the summer maneuvers were projected the principal feature framed by the general board was a long distance cruise in fleet formation . The board selected the stretch of water between the Ciiesapeake Capes and the Azores for the run and it was suggested that if the ships arrived at-the ¦ A zores in good condition and with sufr ficient coal supplies...
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if ^ PJSrTSP ^ i ^ JP ^ rH &amp;^ iLrrHtr ^ SPvSrni I County INews TOLONO . Tolono , March 25 . —Wm . Meharry and daughter , Miss Mae , spent Sunday afternoon at Philo with Mrs . Jane Dick . Miss Jane Karcher was in Champaign over Sunday . . Mrs . J . II . Campe entertained two sisters from Benient over Sunday . Miss Mae Meharry spent . Monday In Champaign and took in King Dodo . Mrs . P . Flynn and Mrs . Tom Mulligan spent a few days this week in Champaign . . Aids . Will Miller and children , from Champaign , are spending a few days with John Douglas and family . Miss Lizzie Green has come back to her uncle , William Redhed s , after a short time in and near Chicago . Mrs . R . E . Carney left Saturday for her home in Ohio , after spending four months with her mother , Mrs . J . B . Lyons . Mrs . R . A . Bowen will leave in a few days for Chicago and Milwaukee tp consult a specialist in regard to her hearing . I . A . Mauley is acting as agent for the I . C . Railway compa...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
NEW ARRIVALS A J * IN OUR PlflTHIMfi RFPT 1 x i a- ~ 4 11 j 7 ^ . r \ j . \ v jhl JL / k , • 1 gl ^ g Uyj i ULUI ilrSiy RJUl 1 I M Toile du Nord Ginghams I special clearing sale of r , *~ regular i 2 jc Longley 9 Low and Alexander and Stiff Hats /\ t iO Cents Per Yard i / vr i-3 off : IN THE LATEST COLORINGS . J IN ALL SHAPES AND STYLES . riasonic Temple . FJ ^ C ^ L ^^ i ^^ CT ^ J ^^^ g Tir g lIE ^ Ij ^]^^^ , gr ^ RBANA , :: ILL . &lt;^ fflg 3 ggJ 8 SS £ iffgE 5 ! sreig » areagam » sg ^^ r , _„ ii iwnimrtiiriMtflfri T- rrTrg- re aTroniaiii ^ ! Cood Goods at Right Prices § No Other Goods at Any Price . E j HENS j I and 1 | WOMENS j | RELIABLE WATCHES AT EXTRA LOW PRICES ™] I We cannot afford to handle cheap watches . Our customers require I watches that we can safely guarantee to be absolutely good time- § keepers . All repairs free for one year . If you are in need of a watch E it is well to buy one from a source that is dependable , and you will § never feel sorry . We sel...
CURES THE SICK ! [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
CURES THE SICK ! THE ADVA NC ED METH ODS IN MEDI C I N E OF THE BRITISH-AMERICAN INSTITUTE , A Boon Io the Afflicted-All Chronic Diseases Treated in a Scientific Manner—No Cases Taken Unless a Cure Can be Effected—28 incurables Were Rejected Last Month--Their Office Rooms are Crowded Daily—Many Testimonials From People Who Have Been Cured . HO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION . There Is not another office in the city ot Champaign that is visited by more people than that of The BritshAmerlcan Medical Institute . Many o £ these patients heard of the wonderful succes of their new treatment at the other offices of the Institute in this State , and when they learned through the columns of the press that a branch Of the Institute was to be PERMANEiNTLX LOCATED in Champaign they were not slow to take advantage - of the opportunity to be treated by these eminent specialists . A number of people who have called have been told frankly that their cases ¦ were incurable and no fee was asked . But the maj...
A COSTLY WRECK . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
A COSTLY WRECK . Bloomington , III ., March , —Traffic on the Peoria nnd Eastern branch of the Big Four was blocked Monday night by a costly collision between an east-bound passenger train and a . westbound freight . The latter was on a side track at Tremont , but the switch had been left open nnd the passenger crashed into the freight while going at a high rate of speed . Both engines were demolished , and much other damage caused , to equipment . Eight persons were injured , none fatally . The four most badly hurt were : James Jarvis , conductor , Indianapolis . Miss Forney Russell , Tremont . John Koch , Tremont , and John H . Issemneyer , Peoria . Alleffed Robber Cmijtht . ¦ Milwaukee , March .. —Gilbert Wa . vfleld , a member of the Sylva Opera . conv pany , was arrested at Eagle , Wis ., charged with robbing Treasurer Nirdlingerat a hotel in this city Monday of $ 2 , 700 . Wa-rfleld was brought to Milwaukee Tuesday . He confessed to the theft . VParfleld is the man who slept w...
lllllIHFRIInnfflllEo [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
lllllIHFRIInnfflllEo I —— i i en &lt; o Twenty-Five People ; Called Each Day Last I Week for Free Examination . ilany of tlie Callers Were Bluntly Told Tltat the Glasses Fitted by Oilier 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 . Ratliff Will Remain in Urbana at the Columbian Hotel , or Until Saturday , March 28 , Giving Free Examination of Eyes . 185 Pairs of Glasses Fitted in Urbana During the Past Two Weeks .
BIG FOUR ROUTE : As . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
BIG FOUR ROUTE : As . G C . C , &amp; ST . L , HOMESEEKERS Excursions at very LOW RATES to many points in the following territory ; Alabama , Arizona , Arkana ai , Colorado , Florida , Georgia , Indian Territory , Iowa , Kansas , t Kentucky , . ¦ - Louisiana , Michigan , Minnesota , Mississippi , Missouri , Nebraska , Naw Mexico North Carolina , North Dakota , Oklahoma , South Carolina , South Dakota , Tennessee , Texas , Utah , Virginia , Wisconsin and Wyoming over * ^ the BIQ FOUR ROUTE Selling dates : Nov . A and 8 ; Dec . 2 \ and 10 ; January 6 and 20 ; Feb . 3 and • 17 ; March 3 and 17 ; April 7 and 21 . \ WINTER TOURIST RATES . : * , -, to . ; . „ . __ CUBA , FLORIDA , Gulf Coast Points and all Inland SOUTHERN WINTER RESORTS also Texas and California , via BIG FOUR ROUTE Commencing October 15 th , 1002 , and continuing until April 30 , 1003 , tickets will be on sale from all points on the Big Four Route / good for return passage until May 31 , 1003 . Take advautage of ...
68 CASES OF HEADACHE OVERCOME . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
68 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 . While 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 , black spots appearing before the eyes , nauseating feeling of the stomach when turning the head suddenly , blurring and mixing of letters when reading . . If you have any of the above symptoms call at once and receive a free test and examination . What J . D . Green , a Prominent Business Man o ! Urbana Says : It is surely with a degree of saftey and surety that I can express word...
DYE THEIR OWN PRODUCT . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 26 March 1903
DYE THEIR OWN PRODUCT . SUkvroniiK of Various Shades Developed by Recent Experiments In France . The following report is made by United States Consul Atwell at Koubaix : Messrs . Conte and Lcvrat have recently been making experiments ¦ with silkworms , which have resulted , it is said , in the production of cocoons of varied shades , reports the Philadelphia Record . The ordinary cocoon is white , yellow , or sometimes green . The question to be solved is why different colors should be produced by similar species , and whether it is the direct result of the food taken by the worm . If this coloring matter , comes from the leaves fed to the worms , Messrs . Conte and Levrat considered that it should be easy to color their , food artificially and thus , secure different shades ; of cocoons , though several naturalists have attempted to prove the impossibility of coloring matter passing from the intestines of the worm into the silk-producing glands . The worms which served for their ex...