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A JOLLY ONE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903

A JOLLY ONE THEWELSBACH - ¦ • ISA JOLLY GOOD LIGHT . i THERE . { IS NO , . • DENYIN ( % T . ; THERES il NO USE 1 , IN GETTING I ALONG WITHOUT IT . GOOD FOR I THE EYES , MAKING THE | - FINEST Jr §•• • • I # 4 LIGHT ) / § i EVER INVENTED ; . | . _ L / l fl 1 IMIl I ., dis i brim : go . - 8 $ i | w ^ azsBB =- ^ vCor . Alain and Walnut Sts .

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^¦ Si ^ S ^^ i ^ aS ^^ [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903

^¦ Si ^ S ^^ i ^ aS ^^ ^ issss ^ s ^ HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS to Missouri , Kansas , Texas , Oklahoma and Indian . Territory , first and third Tuesdays of February , March and April . I Tickets will be sold ai the rate of OME FARE plus § 2 . 00 for round trip , / ickets good gdneiri _ j } ays from date of sale , and stnrb # > ver allowed at pointjs beyond St . IjOuis and Kansas Cit y . / Return Ij & it 21 days . Tho Frisco System jjSre extending their tracts in Soul & west Oklahoma and new land can ^ be bought cheap . Cpme in jnd see me or write me for desjeriptivaniterature . iand j / ln Southwest Oklahoma is blapk y jwim and can be farmed to as gooir advantage as that in northeast ; plenty of water and rainfall . I will be glad to give you any information desired . Join the next excursion on Feb . 17 th or March 3 rd and see this country . SPECIAL ONE WAY COLONIST TICKETS To southwest and west points in Indian and Oklahoma Territories , Texas , Lou...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903

| M A Man Will Swear 1 wQaicker M-over bad laundry ^^ a I K work than any iF * 8 $ h if hth Ing else o n / , jw && R ¦| Better send y ^ rur .... i ? LAbNDIJp WORK 1 I ? whera it wirf be .... i If . d \) ne right . I pilhiiei [ I i $ , 2 S Race St . is the place . I | Bffi . suffered the tortures of tho IHihiiincd with protruding piles , brought on / by Bltinstlpation with which I was afflicted / for HE-enty years . I ran across your CASCARETS BjE i tho town of Newell , Ia „» nd never founifanyilluBi ? to equal them . Tod 4 y I am entirely free llxom piles and feel like niiiw man . / yjfftp ; h . Keitz , Hit Jones St ., Sioux Clpy , la . H & MMant , Palatable , Potent , Tasto Good , Do land . Never Siokon , weaken or Qrlpo , 10 c , 25 c , 60 c . ¦ pjbV CURE CONSTIPATION ¦ HSlbiflUmeita Comr > nny , Chicago , Montreal , New York . 312 HfitTD DAP Sold and guaranteed by nil drugIBBl . l UDAu slats to OURC Tobacco Habit . pHinifAlIejii fflff...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903

i | | | IKOKIA AND EASTKKN KA 1 LWAV Short Lino K . ist and West . Departures , No . EASTWAltlJ 2 Local express iu » Indianapolis and Cincinnati G 31 a in 4 ( Arrives ) Local express between Urbana and Peoria 8 05 p m 10 Indianapolis , Cleveland . Cincinnati , Columbus . Boston , liuflalo , Albany and New York 10 45 a in 18 Indianapolis . Cleveland , Boston and New York Limited , arrives In New York C : 00 next day 245 p in 30 Columbus , Ciiicinuutl , Cleveland , Boston , New York and all points east and southeast via Indianapolis and Cincinnati 1121 p rn No . WESTWARD 4 H Uloomlneton , Peoria . Kansas City-. 3 24 a m 5 Local express for Peoria 7 30 am 9 Peoria , Kansas City , St . Paul , St . Louis , Denver and Pacific coast -. 1120 a in 11 Peoria . liloomlngtoii . Kansas City . Omaha and all points west 3 30 p m — ( Arrives ) Local express between Cincinnati . Inlanapolis and Urbana .. -8 24 p ra Trains 11 , 18 , 36 and 43 are daily . Drawing room and dining cars on trains 11 , 18...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903

; __ 8 THE URBANA DAILY COURIER . Wednesday , march 4 , ioos .

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POPE LEO CELEBRATES [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903

POPE LEO CELEBRATES Magnificent Ceremonial at St . Peter s in Honor of His Coronation . MANY AMERICANS THERE Aged Pontiff Stands the Ordeal Well and Declares It Did Him Good . Rome , March 3 . —From sunrise Tuesday all Rome was on the alert and snowing most unusual animation nnd interest in the celebration of the twen-ty-fifth anniversary of the coronation of Pope Leo XIII . This movement was especially noticeable at the large hotels , which were illuminatedas though lor a ball . The immense crowds which gathered before the first cordon of troops were Impatient as they Btood dripping under the persistent rain . When , finally , the doors of St . Peter s were opened an almost indescribable struggle occurred . A period of comparative calm succeeded this great rush and the attention of the people was attracted to the gilded throne near the high altar and to the . immense pillars of the basilica , hung with red silken draperies . After an hour of very fatiguing waiting a majestic proces...

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HANDS TO ORGANIZE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903

HANDS TO ORGANIZE Declared Farmers Employes Are Banding ior Protection . BLOOMINGTON THE CENTER Drummer Tells of Queer Declaration of Independence by Hands . Farmers in the central states are confronted with a new terror . The hired man , the hand , and the hobo , who toils when stress of circumstances compels , are forming labor unions . Frederick W . Job , who has returned from a trip through Illinois organizing employers associations , says the farmers are flocking to the new associations by tha hundred in the hope of finding protection against the demands of the wage workers . In Bloomington I assisted in the organization of the Citizens Alliance , he said . The men comprising this are employers of labor , and the purpose of the organization is similar to that of the . Employers association , which has proved a success in Chicago . When the meeting was held in Bloomington some 500 men were present . What does this mean ? I asked . There are not half that number of men in the cit...

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WOMAN IS IDENTIFIED [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903

WOMAN IS IDENTIFIED ( Continued from first page . ) in the summer of 1 SS 6 , assaulted , a girl at New Madrid Bend ,, on the . Mississippi river , in Lake comity , Mo . He says he was chased b y a . mob bent on lynching him , and that he held a big crowd at bay with a Winchester rifle . He succeeded in saving his life by flight , making- his way across the river . The prisoner told his story without the least display of feeling , and even smiled when he related how he succeeded in getting across the river . Then he said : What will they do with me ? Dont know . Some say you are crazy . Well , I am not crazy . I only get those killing spells at times , thatsall . Knapp then told of other assaults on women from which he had narrow escapes . Five Men Were Killed . East on , Pa ,, March 3 . — -So far as can be ascertained at this time five mem were killed by Monday s explosion at the Edison cement works at New Village , N . J . The dead are : James Meyers , New Village ; Daniel Smith ,...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903

9 jttfc .. » W . \\\ V \ V 1 > \ t £ FOR ANYTHING \ > IN THE LINE OF € f Real Estate , Loans ] C AND — - ^ Insurance . I gmmmmmmmmjw mmmmmmg- - - L . A . MLEAIN Iff gP LOANS , INSURANCE , REAL ESTATE ^ S £ E Gill Block . : URBANA , ILL . E 2 2 _ z —¦• <~~ —40 PuumuuuuMuuuiuuuuuuuuuiu ^ II Yon Want a Good | b ¦_ «& jm v n an ¦ mm oh with y o U r daily paper j He bUyKlLn S ! r _ 2 la Urbana Support WBMBM fflB $ 8 EMi 8 $ ADVERTISING ! Bp _____ S ______ ____ a __ l l ^ 1 H BPh _ H ____ Hra H H H -9 m RWH ^ g § I w m m ____ Hi Hi M 1 / 1 M IT 1 B I I W . Lewis , Prop ., Champaign , Illinois . I Below we quote A a few extraordinary vaiues as a forerunner to give you an idea what we have in dress goods . The fabrics and i colorings are in harmony with only the latest approved effects to I - _______ —_ __ . be worn this season . ========= 5 ========== I Few Special Values in 1 l Novelty Dress Goods . I ] Beautiful satin striped Nun s Veiling in ...

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I « S FINISHED ITS WORK ; : . CONGRESS ' SESSION ENDS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 5 March 1903

I « S FINISHED ITS WORK ; : . CONGRESS SESSION ENDS Fifty-Seventh Congress Has Made Record and Passes Into History !** ADJOURNS AT 12 OCLOCK In Housff ^ fr . Cannon Makes Protest Against What He Terms Legislative Blackmail Washington , March 4 . —The Fiftyseventh congress adjourned at noon Wednesday . The senate was called to order at ten . o clock for the last sitting . The session was interesting , not alone because of the official proceedings on the floor of the chamber , incident to the last day of congress , but by many occurrences which were purely social in their character , tfaie to the fact that the day marked the close of many careers in the senate . Of the 30 senators whose terms expired when the presiding officer s gavel fell at noon , 13 failed to secure reelection , either through defeat or through their own refusals to enter the contests in their various States . Included in the number Srhose official presence in the chamber will no longer be noted are six IKspublican...

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NEWS OF CIRCUIT COURT . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 5 March 1903

NEWS OF CIRCUIT COURT . School Directors Case Was Up Wednesday . Maple Grove and Philo Districts in Dispute —Orders Which Were Entered on Docket . The time of Judge Philbrick in circuit court yesterday was occupied in hearing the evidence in a suit instituted by the directors of the Maple drove school district against the directors of the Philo school . The suit grows out of the refusal of the Philo school directors to reimburse the Maple Grove people for tuitions which they claim to be due them for children residing in the Philo district who attended their school . Some years ago the Philo school district was enlarged by taking in surrounding territory . The school located on the Wise farm west of that town was included in the enlarged district , and was done away with , thus making the children in the Wise district go to Philo . On account of the distance to the town some of the farmers objected , and an arrangement was made whereby they could send their children to the Maple Grov...

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ORDER IS OBEYED [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 5 March 1903

ORDER IS OBEYED Union Makes No Effort to Get Wabash Employes to Strike . SITUATION IS UNCHANGED Effort Will Be Made to Secure a Dissolution of the Order of the Court St . Louis , March 4 . —The situation on the Wabash road is unchanged . At the headquarters of that system it was stated that the men who had threatened to strike are still at work , and it is not believed they will go t out . The injunction granted Tuesday by United States District Judge Adams is being respected , and no effort is apparently being made to order a strike . It is stated , however , that an attempt will be made some time during the day to secure a dissolution of the sweeping injunction . Most Sweeping Ever Issued . Judge Adams injunction is probably the most sweeping of all the restraining orders ever issued against labor unions . Never before has a court presumed to compel any man not a criminal to wx > rk against his will . After reviewing the railroad company s petition , the judge s order ,...

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GOOD HORSES ARE SCARCE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 5 March 1903

GOOD HORSES ARE SCARCE Said to Be Worth More Now Than for Many Years . Situation ia Champaign County—Increase in Price of Good Driving and Drait Horses Is Remarkable . Good horses are worth more in Champaign county at the present time than they have been for years , and the owner of a , good driving horse , saddle horse or draft horse may know he has something of value . Good driving horses are worth from $ 200 up , while it takes at least # 150 to buy a first class draft horse . It is declared horses are higher now than , ever before in the county , and that they can hardly , be found at any price . The farmers who generally supply the market are themselves looking tor horses A few years ago a good driving or draft horse could be found with no trouble for $ 100 , but it is not much of a horse that S 100 buys at the present time , and with the increased demand that this month and next will bring , horses will go still higher . P . P . Whitehead , of the firm of Telling &...

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FRANK WERTS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 5 March 1903

FRANK WERTS Is a Candidate for Road Commissioner of Third District , Urbana township . / The announcement of Frank Werts as a candidate for road commissioner of the Third district of Urbana township , subject to the republican primary to be held at the ^ city building on Saturday , March 14 , * will be found in another column of today s issue of . The Courier . Mr . Werts is a prominent fanner residing in the vicinity of Mira station , and is known as a reliable and energetic young man . He . has served in tlve capacity of road commissioner Heretofore , and is well acquainted with the duties required of him . Should his friends see fit to place him in the position 1 for another term , he promises to do all In his power to serve tliem satisfactorily .

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FREE BED AT HOSPITAL . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 5 March 1903

FREE BED AT HOSPITAL . Gift for One Year Is Tendered by the Guild . First Meeting ol Hospital Board Held on Wednesday—The OHicers and Standing Committees . The first meeting of the new Burnham hospital board was held yesterday at the home of Mrs . N . M . Harris , 0 O : i West Church street , Champaign . The principal business consisted in the appointment of the various committees for the ensuing year . They are as follows : House—Mrs . Pillsbury , Mrs . Shattuck , Mrs . Hess , Mrs . M . H . McCown . I Grounds—Mrs . Beasiey , Mrs . G . Harwood , Mrs . Frank Wilcox . Membership—Mrs . Trevett , Mrs . j Stern , Mrs . James Burt ¦ Ways and Means—Mrs . B . ^ F . Harris , j jr . , Mrs . Will Maxwell , Mrs . Swearin- ! gen , Mrs . Polk , Mrs . Townsend , Mrs . M . W . Busey , Mrs . P . L . Gushing , Mrs . Kaufman , Mrs . Beasiey . The officers are : Mrs . M . N . Harris , president ; Mrs . Pillsbury , first vice : president ; Mrs . Babette Stern , second • vice president ; Mrs . B . F . Ha...

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MAGAZINE FOR SMITH FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 5 March 1903

MAGAZINE FOR SMITH FAMILY The Pint Number of Novel Publication Is Received Here . The Smiths , published by The Smiths Publishing company , and A Magazine for People Named Smith , has been received by the many Smiths of Urbana and Champaign . The first number is a presentable volume of 80 pages bound in paper , and containing ten stories by prominent Smiths . The magazine is essentially Smithy , even to the advertisements . It is Smith from the title-page to the story of the nimble-ear , nimble-finger typewriter girl , whose name is Smith . It opens with a frontispiece of the Rev . Uriah Smith and closes with the advertisement of A Smith Success , by Jennie Smith . • Withal , the magazine is sufficient in literary worth to make the Smiths feel really proud of the name , and if it does not circulate outside the Smith family yet it is destined to become a great magazine .

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IMPORTANT REAL ESTATE DEAL [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 5 March 1903

IMPORTANT REAL ESTATE DEAL Large Amount of Real Estate and Money Changes Hands in This City . Two important deals involving a considerable amount of real estate and money were consumated in this city yesterday . O . A . Besore , R . T . . Robinson and ; John Thomas sold to Joseph Ogden 455 acres of land in Black Hawk coun- ! ty , Iowa , taking in exchange a 272I acre farm located in Jackson county , Illinois , and the brick store building on Main street in this city now occupied by W . W . Lindley & Co . Joseph Ogden then disposed of the 455 acres of Iowa land to John F . Busey , of Jewett , 111 . , getting in return a farm of 236 acres in Oumbeiv land county , Illinois , and a 230-acre ranch in Barber county , Kansas .

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CLAIM AGENT ON GROUND . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 5 March 1903

CLAIM AGENT ON GROUND . Frisco Man Is Seeing Property Owners Along Route of New Road . The claim agent for the Frisco road is now making the rounds inthis county where the cut-off is to go . He is interviewing property owners and trying to effect compromises regarding the sums to be paid for the right Of way . The agent will likely have his hands full , as there is a determined resistance about St Joseph , It is re- ported that on account of the opposition the road will survey a new route . B . of L . E . for Champaign . Champaign is soon to have a lodgo of Brotherhood of Railway Engineers , A petition has been sent to Chief-Ar-thur of the Brotherhood , and it is expected that the charter will be received before the close of next week , when a meeting will be held to arrange plans for Instituting the order . For the past thirty years all the Champaign district engineers have been members of the Centralia brotherhood .

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