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Free Examination , No One Dreed to Buy [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
Free Examination, No One Urged to Buy Will Remain One Week in Urbana at the Columbian Hotel, or Until Saturday, March 14, Mrs. C. W. Kiser, who lives in Piqua, Ohio, says: Nearly two years ago I had Mrs. Ratliff lit me with glasses, that have nearly made new eyes out of my old ones. My eyes had been failing for quite a time; every day they ewere growing weaker and weaker. I could not get a glass I could read or sew with. Mr. Kiser and I had heard a great deal about Mr. and Mrs. Ratliff, so we decided to call on them and see if they could do anything, as every one else had failed, and it was, you might say, our last resort. After Mr. and Mrs. Ratliff examined my eyes in a dark room, I was told they could do nothing for me in order that I might read immediately. I was greatly disappointed, and so was Mr. Kiser. But they said if I would use a certain kind of lens for a few months to strengthen my eyes I could read nicely after that. Which I found to be the fact . 1 didnt see any improv...
BID QUIGLEY G 00 D-BY . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
BID QUIGLEY GOOD-BY. Archbishop Takes Formal leave of Buffalo Diocese Preparatory to Going to Chicago. Buffalo, N.Y., March. -- ”The formal farewell of Archbishop Quigley to the Buffalo diocese was said Monday and in commemoration of the occasion farewell services were held in St. Joseph's cathedral at which a vast number of dignitaries of the church and the laity were present and at which the archbishop officiated at pontifical mass. Father Connery, administrator of the diocese, spoke the farewells for the clergy and Anselm J. Smith performed that office for the laity, Archbishop Quigley responding. Archbishop Quigley goes to Chicago as the successor of the late Archbishop Feehan. Selects New York lawyer. Washington, March -- ”President Roosevelt has decided to appoint George C. Holt as United States district judge in the district recently created in southern New York. Mr. Holt is a well-known lawyer of New York and was indorsed generally by the bar of New York city. A Remarkable C...
BIG FOUR kOUTE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
BIG FOUR ROUTE C. C. C. &amp; ST. L. HOMESEEKER'S Excursions at very LOW RATES to many points in the following territory; Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas. Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indian Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming over the BIG FOUR ROUTE Selling dates - Nov. 4 and 8; Dec. 2 and 10; January60 and 20; Feb. 3 and 17; March 3 and 17; April 7 and 21. WINTER TOURIST RATES. to CUBA, FLORIDA, Gulf Coast Polnts and all inland SOUTHERN WINTER RESORTS also Texas and California, vla BIG FOUR ROUTE Commencing October 15 th, 1902, and continuing until April 30, 1903, tickets will be on sale from all points on the Big Four Route, good for return passage until May 31, 1903. Take advantage of the low rates and long return limit. For full information ana partlculars as to rates, tickets,...
| 9 & odpg . ; tBw @ pejpssa Oure [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
| 9 &amp; odpg . ; tBw @ pejpssa Oure Digests what ycu ei-L Rnowltou A . Beaneti Blaine Did Not Cure for Bnlra . A disappointed man , yet James G . Blaine , as secretary of state , was not without friends or consolation . A delegation calling on him some years ago mentioned the fact that in the country s history nix secretaries of state had been advanced to the presidency by the appreciative people . Blaine was reminded by the callers of his extraordinary ability and not a hopeless future . The office of secretary of state is a stepping-stone to the presidency , said a member of the delegation decisively . Perhaps . snid Mr . Blaine , but if you gentlemen soft soap that stone as you have me it Avill prove n slipping stone Into oblivion . —Jacksonville , ( Fla . ) Times-Union .
WJ' 3 ASH RAILROAD . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
WJ 3 ASH RAILROAD . ANNOUNCEMENTS Very ] pv one wayfc colonist rates to points in j outh and southeast , west or southwest ,: north and northwest , on first and thirdj Tuesdays of eaCh month until May , 1903 . / Homese ^ reife round trhf tickets to points in ^ SH Sswest , soutii and southwest on the irst and mird Tuesdays of each mont 1 , at one / tare plus $ 2 . 00 for the rounc trip . JTIcketfl good returning 21 days . / California tourist / tickets ; good returning in nine m / nths , with liberal stop-over privilege * in each direction , on sale dally } / J Take the ^ atesh for Kay county , Oklahoma ; 23 jnours from Urbana to . New Kirk , arriving at New Kirk at 9 a . m . Other lines 30 hours , arriving at New Kork at 5 p . m „ practically a day later . O . O . Strlcklan , 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 . STRIOK...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
GLASSES , $ 2 . 00 TO $ 8 . 00 . -J-S--We have no agents representing us , so beware of frauds . PROFESSIONAL CARDS . DR . if . 0 . SALE D ^ NT ^ kr Office Southeast Corn / f Alain and Race Sts . Upstairs . Home Phone 1015 . TOTi . ° . 12 tX URBANA . I Thousands Saved By p . KifsiipEfif I This wonderful medial tie posi- g ; I tivelycuresCorlsumption ^ oughs H I Colds , Broncpis , Asthma , Pneu -: ! $ J jjmonia , Hay FJever , / P ! eurisy , La ~ M I Grippe , Hoarseness , Sore Throat , H | Croup and M / hfeoping . Cough , k j Every bottle guaranteed . Noi a Cure . Wo tinf . Price 50 o . &amp; S I . § • j Trial , hottlefree . v hmsmmm / mmRssBssK wiBm * ..
THE DAILY COURIER [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
THE DAILY COURIER PUBLISHED ur TUB URBANA COURIER COMPANY . J . K . GROOM * .... Manaokb Office In Courier bullditiK North Kace street , at rear of Postofllce TUBUS OF SUBSCRIPTION . Per year S 5-00 Per week 10 Addioss Tuk Urbana CocbikkCo .. Urbana . 111 . Kntered at the postotlicc at Orbana . Illinois , as second-clash matter . Anonymous communications will not be noticed . Rejected communications will not be returned . WOrders tor delivery ot Tun Daily- Cookikr to either residence or place of business may be made by postal card or throuRb telephone . Bell 1781 or Home phone 417 . Any irregularity m delivery should be immediately reported to the office of publication WEDNESDAY , MA . ROH 4 , 1903 . ANNOUNCEMENTS SUPERVISOR . I hereby mnounce myself as a candidate tor th » office of Supervisor of Urbana township ( to succeed myself ) , subject to the actitn of . trie Bepubllcan primarly . FRED E . BUBBLING . ASSESSOR . f * Please announce my name as a candidate for township assesso...
DEMOCRATS FILIBUSTER [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
DEMOCRATS FILIBUSTER house Continues Slowly to Dispose ol Business in Face o ! Tactics . CLERK CRE 4 TES S 01 V 1 E FUN Member of Capitol Police Force Drafted to Supply Place of Worn-Out Clerks . Washington , March 3 . —When the house reconvened at 11 o clock Tuesday morning the prospect was that it might remain in continuous sestdon . until Wednesday at noon . Despite the fact thai the session . Monday night was prolonged till midnight there was a fairly large attendance on the floor Tuesday and the galleries were well filled . As soon a « Chairman Henderson called the house to order Mr . Richardson , the minority leader , attempted to make the point of no quorum , but the speaker recognized Mr . Payne to demand the ayes and noes on the pending question coming over from Monday night—the adoption of the conference report on the immigration bill . Mr . Richardson , insisted that his point was good , but the speaker overruled him and when the democratic leader appealed from the decisi...
SEERIDAN ARRIVES . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
SEERIDAN ARRIVES . Transport llench ** Sim KninoiUco from Philippines with Many l unnenjrem . San Francisco , March 3 . —The United Slates transport . Sheridan arrived early Tuesday morning from the Philipp ines . She left Manila on February ti , and Nagasaki on February 13 . She brought U 7 cabin passengers and 1 , 222 in the steerage , including -KM marines , 213 discharged men , and 142 sick , seven insane and l . &gt; t &gt; casuals . Only one death occurred during the voyage . The . Sheridan took the place for this trip of the Sherman , which recently struck n rock and was forced to put in nt , Hong-Kong for repairs . The . Sherman will remain at HongKong for more than a month . j The steamer Sonoma , just arrived here , reports that w . lien she left Honolulu on February 21 , the transport Solace was at anchor in that uort .
KICKS SOLICITED . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
KICKS SOLICITED . lo send It . from third reading back to second rending , to amend It and Improve Its cliaiicen of passage . The Work was done loo well , however , for the senate voted to refer the bill back to the eoininiHee , and now it must begin all over again . The senate also passed the hous * bill appropriating $ 5 , 000 for the fifegy ferers in Sweden and Finland . T ^ bill now goes to the governor . I . nilroiien Capture INiivn . Manila , March 3 . —Imdrones captured the town of Ous , in the province of Albay . - . Monday . They first disarmed the municipal police and then surprised the c onstabulary garrison . A few of the constabulary obtained lilies and resisted stoutly , but they were finally overcome . Two of the constabulary were killed and 15 were captured . Tragedy Averted , . lust In tho nick of time our little hoy wns saved writes Mrs . AV . Watkins of Pleasant City , Ohio . Pneumonia had played sad havoc wjtii him and a terrible cough ( set in / besldes . Doctor...
Hood s Sarsapanlla and Pills [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
Hood s Sarsapanlla and Pills , Attentive opposition to it . Tho mon Interested in tho passage no doubt were careful to seo that the aldermen were posted on their side of the case . No one else peeped . Those aldermen no doubt expect to do as is desired by their constituents , and as no protest was made , they had an excuse for believing the ordinance as passed was what the people wanted . No one in town , so far as The Courier knows , has a right to kick but itself , for so far as it knows its was the only voice raised in protest at a time when protest could amount to anything . If its editor had been longer in the community and better acquainted with conditions its protest would have been more vigorous , but . the old resident ought to take as much interest in public affairs as the Johnny come lately , and from modesty The Courier was constrained to forebear . It is too late to now , but if the score of citizens who talked yesterday to the editor , had talked before to the aldermen...
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE . For DlHous and Nervous Disorders , ^ euch u Wind and Pain In the Stomach , Sick Ilead- ¦ , ache , Giddiness , Fulness and Swelling after meals . Dizziness and Drowsiness , Cold Chills Flushings of Heat , I , oss of Appetite , Shortness of Breath , Costiveness , Blotches on the Skin . Disturbed Sleep , Frightful Dreams , and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations , &amp; c THE FIR 8 T . 00 SE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY ^ MINUTES- This is no fiction . Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try on « Box of these Pills , and they will be acknowleditedtobe WITHOUT A RUAL . BEECIIAMS FIXI . S taken as dire * . t » d , will quickrt restore Females tocomplet * health . They piomptly remove any obstruo . ( tion or irregularity of the system , tfor • Weak Stomach , / Impaired Digestion , Disordered Liver , they act like masie— a few dosis will work wonders upon thewital Organs ? Strengthening the muscular System , restoring the longlost Complexion , fringing back ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
I ^^ IS INOIA / OIN ^^ I | Ct Prices on Housefurn g shing Goods , Carpets and ! € This Is a Chance of a Lifetime ElnHQOhfllfl Oflftfi Q This Is a Cham *? of a Lifetime $ to Furnish the Home Cheaply ! | IflUUuUelUiU UUUUU to Furnish ^ Ke Home Cheaply ! &gt; C TO show that we appreciate the / large S S 1 trade we have been eVijoylng We have # C concluded to give our customers some use- y 9 ^?^ ful and valuable presents . \ j ) lfe customer QS * ffl $$ # &gt; fc | g iift $ - holding No . 27581 can call and get a beau- ^? 5 ^ 8 | $ $ S ^ CSk tiful 9 x 12 rug ; the one having No . 13812 a SliP ^ Tti V € ¦ ? 5 nSL 53 &gt;* Karpen couch ; No . 4696 a Quick Meal ^ vS &amp; At &gt; &gt; Steel Range . % If the above are not called J i for within ten days we will announce other % S numbers . A &amp; A- ¦ &amp;¦ . ¦ A A A J i ^ A ^ VW ^ W V ^ rVV ^ A ^^^ - . &amp; ^ % M . - » i * . t ? M &lt; J , 1 * g V , • , k l *...
RMaaaanEsaisaaaaaDinniaaaaaanta I PERSONAL NOTES , i H it mfinRttuuuBi & D & iBi & vieiviBeiiziMtEimmmm [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
RMaaaanEsaisaaaaaDinniaaaaaanta I PERSONAL NOTES , i H it mfinRttuuuBi &amp; D &amp; iBi &amp; vieiviBeiiziMtEimmmm John Koohy , of Ivesdale , was a city visitor yosteltey . John Wood , of Glfford , was a city visitor yesterday . D . Mclvennan returned to his home Jn leorla yesterday . B . If . Swartz contlues 111 at his home on South Vine streetAttorney H . L . Kelly was down Irom Fisher yesterday . Ex-Sheriff Ernst Lorenz is here from Dewey on business . Mrs . J . J . Kea has gone to Peoria lor a visit with relatives . There is no change for the better In the condition of Peter Iloag . Attorney F . M . Green transacted business in Homer yesterday . President and Mrs . A . S . Draper • went to Springfield yesterday . George F . Mead , of Pinckneyville , called on Urbana friends yesterday . Rev . and Mrs . J . M . Galley have gone to Siegel on a visit to relatives . John Dorsey and Mike Whelan were in from Koyal yesterday on business . Postmaster M . C . Thom...