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THE DAILY COURIER [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
THE DAILY COURIER PCBLISHKD BVTIM URBANA COURIER COMPANY . C . O . OARTKR : Editor J . K . GKOOM Manager Office hi Courier building Nortu Kace street , ¦ t rear ot rostofllec TKKMS OF BVBSCRUTION . . Per year 55 . 00 Per week 10 Adthess Tub Urbana Courier Co .. Drbaua , III . Entered at the postofflee at Urbana , Illinois , as second-class matter . Anonymous communications will not be noticed . Rejected communications will not be rctnrned . &lt; * 9 Orders tor delivery of Ths Daily- Coukiir to either residence or place of business may be made by postal card or through telephone . Bell 1781 or Home phone 417 . Any irregularity in delivery should be immediately reported to the office of publication
¦¦ is dcse tim A March , I pril , May [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
¦¦ is dcse tim A March , I pril , May £ * - « ere a e tor doing % J - everything—that is , a time when a li thing can be done to the best ad- ; t vantage , most easily and most efjfh \ feofcively . Now is the best time | l - . for purifying your blood . Why ? I - Because your system is now trying f ; to purify it—you know this by the g- pimples and other eruptions that . sjj . nave come on your face and body .
' i ¦ tue icines to taice y & ^ j _ Jioods Sarsaparilla W : - and Pills [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
i ¦ tue icines to taice y &amp; ^ j _ Jioods Sarsaparilla W : - and Pills Bp |;&lt; - * « mea —tney do Wk fc , the work thoroughly and agreeably ^ fe - and never fail to do it . Bmj &amp; w . ¦ Hood s are the medicines you Hraph ^ have always heard recommended . HK ^! I cannot recommend Hood s Sarxaparlll * BHa ^*» f ° P . h « hl X . as ° sprlne medicine . When we ¦ BBs &amp;*&amp;! 6 *? , n ino sprlnir wo nil feci better through ffi ^ W ^ -tte ^ nmmor . Mns . S . H , Neal , McCraya , Ft . | Hftetf $ Hood s Sarsaparilla promises to |^^; wcure , and keeps the promise .
^ jpggp 7 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
^ jpggp 7 SUNDAY , MAECH 20 , 1903 . jg * —i— ¦ .... ,... ¦ r REPUBLICAN TICKET . Supervisor F . E . BUBBLING Assistant Supervisor JOHN McOULLOUOH Township Clerk FRANK A . INGAI . LS . Assessor li . A . McLBAN Collector C . B . HOLMES Commissioner , District No . 2 S . A . GARRISON Commissioner District No . 3 . . . # . FRANK WBRTS ANNOUNCEMENTS . FOR ilAYOR We are authorized tj announce the name of JOHN A . GLOVES for the ofliee of Uay-or of the city of Drbaua , subject to the decision of the republican piimaries . FOR CI 1 Y TREASURER . We are authorized to announce tha name of ROY H . GRIFFIN as candidate for the office of City Trea urer . subject to action of the republican city primary We are authorized to announce the name of M . E SMITH as candidate for the office of City Treasurer subject to the action of the republican city primaries . INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES . FOR ALDERMAN ; The Courier is authorized to annouace the candidacy of ADOLPH KLINGELHOFFER - for re-eleetionas alde...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
Easter Opening ^ ... of ... y ^ M — , v urns i im ^ dv ^ WILL BEGIN ON THURSDAY , MARCH 26 CONTINUING UNTIL AFTER HASTBR . Mi . MISS L . McWlLLIAAtS * * S UP-TO-DATE- ^ i 8 ^ - ^ | i tikt lESTAURAliT ^ -l vi * i 1 £# i iiiiriu nnnifi IS « |^ LUNliH K 00 m » ^*| First-Ciass Home Cooking , g T &gt; Lunch all day and till midnight . Comfortable dining room and Ti ^ clean surroundings . Meals 25 cents . Give us a call . ( U | % No . IfO W .. Main St , Urbana , III . S g MRS , BELLE POPE , Prop . S 0 ^ — --- — - — - — - — —j &lt;» x &amp; J mmswmmm r ^ m LmgT if fk tmsmaamwem $ % gSHBSSSiBWBra j ^ ZLJ A J \ ¥ BBBKBOBBB S 0 ~ H - * ^ - ^ ^ S 0 /&amp;&amp; -g—^^ _ Cm .. fa ^ F &lt; W ^ Sf g I AGES THREE TO SIXTEEN YEARS % 3 ——__—__ i _— T ¦ g 0 - - ^^ ^^ ° m ^ m ¦ • ¦ ™ ¦ 29 e . : _ 65 I - _ ^ M 4 S aJa ____ xr f : » They are all assorted and placed on special tables in order to avoid confusion P Q &amp;¦ &gt;^*^ 5 ALE BEG INS...
WITH THE CHURCHES , j [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
WITH THE CHURCHES , j ? - »&gt;*??**?¦? - *?*?*??? - *¦?¦?**??*?*?* - »?¦»¦*?¦* - ?*?¦*???**?•»«»* Christian church—Rev . G . D . Lawrence , pastor . Sunday school at D : 40 a . m . Christian Endeavor at U .-iiO p . m . Preaching at 11 a . m .. and ~ : M p . m . Subjects : Morning , Dimensions of Grace ; evening , The Basis of Religion . Everybody invited . All made welcome . Universalis ! church—Rev . Ohas . E . Vnrney , pastor . Morning subject , The Mission of Jesus ; - evening subject , A Grain of Faith . Presbyterian church—Morning worship at 11 o clock . Preaching by the pastor , Rev . George E . Hunt . Subject , The Church s Most Vital Law . Vesper worship at 7 . i ! 0 p . m . Mr . Hunt will give the fourth lenten lecture , subject The Twentieth Century Conception of Man . Sunday school as usual at 0 : 43 a . m ., and Young Peoples meeting at ( J- . oO p . m . St . Patrick s church—Rev . Father J . II . Cannon . Services at the usual hours today . Baptist church—Rev ....
saaaaaaiaiSBBaaaMisaHasiSJiaHB PERSONAL NOTES , jr 3 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
saaaaaaiaiSBBaaaMisaHasiSJiaHB PERSONAL NOTES , jr 3 Frank Gere , who is a mail agent on the Peoria and Kastern railway . Prof . . 1 . W . Hays and County Superinlenrent C . II . Watts returned from Itlcomington yesterday , where they attended the stare teachers convention . Cal Tufts is unabjre to be at his place at Burr s machine shop on account of an injured foot , received a few days ago by dropping a heavy casting on-it . Miss Delia Anderson of Indianapolis , who has been visiting her brother , W . li . Collin and wife , on West University avenue , left for her home yesterday . Mr . and Mrs . J . O . Burford of Farmer City , -came yesterday for a visit with the former s brother , William liurford and family , 80 S West Green street . ¦ / Mrs . K . I . Fisher and daughter , Miss Florence , are here from Indianapolis , the guests of the former s parents , Mr . and Mrs . S . Bernsf . ein , on West Rim street . . Airs . Allie Dawson leaves this morning for Chicago to be at the beds...
Diseases of Every Nature [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
Diseases of Every Nature by the above methods . Mrs . Ross has had five years practical experience and makes a specialty o £ Diseases of Ladles , but will treat all who come , except incurable cases , which will not be taken . She will give you her honest opinion of your case . CONSULTATION IS FREE . Office Hours—1 : 00 to 8 : 00 p . m . E ^~ No Treatment on Sunday
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
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CURES THE SICK ! [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
CURES THE SICK ! THE ADVANCES METHODS IN MEDICINE OF THE BRITISH-AMERICAN INSTITUTE . A Boon to 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 .
NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION . There is not another office in the city of Champaign that is visited by more people than that of The BritshAmerican Medical Institute . Many of these patients hoard of the wonderful Bucces of their new treatment at the other offices of the • Institute rn this State , and when they learned through the columns of the press that a branch of the Institute was to be PERMANENTLY LOCATED in Champaign they were not slow to take advantage © I 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 majority of the cases th « doctors have treated , and not a single one has been heard from that has not Deen cured . People who have been suffering for years have been greatly relieved by a lew treatments and cured in a short time . It takes time to cure most chronic diseases but any cases we accept we guarantee to cure . The -British-American Doc...
Application of the Law , The Courier ' s Sunday Culling from the Bar - Decisions in Cases of Interest to Lawyers and ( lie Public in General [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
Application of the Law , The Courier s Sunday Culling from the Bar - Decisions in Cases of Interest to Lawyers and ( lie Public in General HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION _ COMMITTMENT TO ASYLUM One who , having a wife and infant , child , and a house which he has occupied as a homestead , induces a daughter , because of the infirmities of himself and wife , and their inability to provide for themselves ., to move into a house with them , and to assume its expense and care , is stiU a housekeeper with a family so as to be entitled to the homestead exemption . His character as a homesteader , with the attendant rights of homestead exemption , is not lost by his committment to an insane asylum and the death of his wife while he is there . 71 Southwestern Rep . ( Ky ., Judge Oltean MO . BURGLARY BREAKING — WHAT CONSTITUTES—Under a statute in the state of Arkansas a burglary is committed by either breaking or entering the house of aiTbther with intent to commit a felony . Held , that the removing o...
THE RACE IS A GO . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
THE RACE IS A GO . TRACTION COMPANY PLAN S ARE NOT TO BE ABANDONED . Decision in Another Week as to Plan Under Which Work Will Be Prosecuted . Decatur , March 28— The construetion race between the rival ititerurban companies seeking to connect Decatur and Springfield with a line of that nor . t seems assured . Wednesday the statement was made that tho McKinley syndicate had given to the men in charge o £ the execution of the detail , instructions to hurry the work as rapidly as possible . While none of tho McKinley syndicate representatives said as much it seemed likely that the plan to work on the Springfield end of the line « i due to the fact that the representatives of the Decatur Traction company had announced that that company would construct a line to the capital . Thursday when Messrs . D . S . and W . L . Shelhibarger of the Traction company were asker if their company would adhere to the plan of constructing a * line between Decatur and Springfield even though a rival comp...
MARION WOMEN ENDORSE ZOA PIIORA [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903
MARION WOMEN ENDORSE ZOA PIIORA | Proiniin . Mil Ladies of This City Are Cntimsiastic in ihdr Praise u ( the Remedy That Has Cured Them . . Marlon , Imi ., Judy 11 , 1002— e , the undersigned , have either used Zoa Ihora personally , or know of friends who have used it with beneficial re- | suits , and believing the remedy will do a . l that is claimed for it , cheerfully recommend its use to all women suffering from any of the Ills peculiar to , tho sex . Wo will gladly give partlcu . lars to any lady who may wish to call on or write us , and in order that others may know of the benefits that may bo derived from the use of Zoa Phora , ! we are willing that our names be publislied in the daily papers : Mrs . Addle Chambers , 002 E . First St . • Mrs . Eva Ring , 1120 W . Fifth St . Mrs . ( 1 . JudUins , 711 W : Second St . Mrs . Jennie Moore , 7 . 10 Boots St ., So . Mrs . A . M . Curtis , 420 X . Adams , St . Mrs . J . N . Eastes , i , 427 S . Race St . . Mrs . Mary C . Dalloy , 17...