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DEATH OF MRS . WM . WARNES [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
DEATH OF MRS . WM . WARNES Aged Urbana Resident Passes Away at Home on High Street . Mrs . William . Warnes . died at her home at i ! 0 S West High street about 8 . oclock last night . Dealth was due to old age . For the past two years she has been in very poor health , but it was only two weeks ago that she was confined to her . bed . Since that time she has been growing gradually weaker , and it was known several days ago ilhat she could survive but a short time . t } he was born near Lynn , England , eighty-six years ago , and came to this country in 1 S 54 . On July . 5 of that year she was united in marriage toWilliam Warnes , who survives her . One child died in infancy . With her husband she came to Urbana about 1 S 7 S ; and together they have continued to reside here . At the age of fourteen years she united with the Methodist church and was always a devout member . Besides her husband , she leaves a large circle of friends Avho will be pained to learn of her death . The fu...
R . E . RICHARDSON IN TOWN . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
R . E . RICHARDSON IN TOWN . Missing University Fellow Arrives from Buffalo , N . Y . K . E . Richardson , the fellow in zoology at the University , whoso sudden disappearance caused much anxiety until he was located at Buffalo , N . Y ., arrived yesterday . from Buffalo , lie went to the home of George Crosswait , on South Mathews avenue , where he had boarded , and paid his account there . • Richardson had little to say about his action , buib it is understood that he was . filled with an impulse to leave and got on the first train which left town . When he got to Buffalo and fell 111 his reason asserted Itself and he returned as soon as he could . He consulted yesterday with the University authorities and will rest for a month at his home in Shipman before returning to work for his mast « r » degree at the University .
ELOPED WITH THE CHICKENS . John Runyan Gees to County Jail as a Resnlt -Pleads Guilty . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
ELOPED WITH THE CHICKENS . John Runyan Gees to County Jail as a Resnlt -Pleads Guilty . . John Hunyan Is languishing behind the bars in the county jail because of several depredations in Urbana chicken yards committed by him . Kunyan was arrested in Champaign ye ^ erday morning by Officer McGraw . . Magistrate Buch placed him under $ 1 , 000 bonds , which he could not secure . He waa taken to jail , hauled before Judge Staley , where ho pleaded guilty . The chicken coop of S . T . Hawkins , - at 1006 West Green street , suffered from his visits several times . The fowls were sold to a poultry dealer , but were returned ito the owner after the triat
. DAVID L . SCROGGIN Has Announced Himself as a Candidate for fioad Commissioner . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
. DAVID L . SCROGGIN Has Announced Himself as a Candidate for fioad Commissioner . David L . Scroggin has announced himself as a candidate for roa . d commissioner of the Second district Of Urbana township , subject to the decision of the republican primary to be held at the city building Saturday , March 14 . Mr . Scroggin resides wl &amp; h his family on West W r ashington street , just outside of the city limiits south of the city . He is a machinist by trade and for several years was employed at the Big Four shops .. His mechanical skill has been substantially recognized by the appointment as instructor in the machine shop at the University of Illinois , which position he is holding at this time . Mr . Scroggin is popular among the large number of shop employes , and also with the people in general .
ARMSTRONG IS LOCATED . ^ - — i Mhn Who Escaped from Smallpox Hospital " 4 at Danville Found . * t [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
ARMSTRONG IS LOCATED . ^ - — i Mhn Who Escaped from Smallpox Hospital 4 at Danville Found . * t George Armstrong , the smallpox pa- ^ tient who escaped from the isolation ^ hospital at Danville last week , has $ f been located at the home of his par- ^ ents in Newcomb township . It- is Jg learned that Armstrong , after spend- v &gt; -9 ing last Saturday in : the twin cities , 3 ra walked to the place . He says he never i ^ S slept indoors since his departure from . &lt; J Danville . M The board of supervisors have em- * 3 § ployed Ueorge Feehy to nurse him . ^ Armstrong is sick , but whdSher he has f 3 broken Out or not is not known . Hi 3 J * wife is still in the isolation hospital _ jK at Danville , where their child died ^ of ¥ 3 the disease . j t 3-Js The situation at Danville is becom- « . Jig ing more serious , according to re- i 1 | B pouts . It is declared by traveling men . I iWm that the newspapers there do not tell - tfH g half the ravages the red . pest i...
BUYS HUBBARD DRUG STORE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
BUYS HUBBARD DRUG STORE . W . H . Leslie ol Peoria Secures easiness and Will Take Hold at Once . W . II . Leslie , of Peoria , has purchased the Hubbard drug store on Main street , and , will take possession Immediately . Mr . Leslie is a registered pharmacist and comes to Urbana with the best of recommendations . • . ^ SS ^!^ : - ¦ ¦— ¦ • ¦ ^^¦ • . ¦ ^ U-. V . M i * mmM ^^
LAST WILL OF ANDREW HAMM [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
LAST WILL OF ANDREW HAMM Fisher Resident Makes Provision for Wife and Children . The last will and testament of th « late Andrew J . Hamm , of Fisher , has been offered for probate in the county court . The estate is valued at $ 3 , 000 , and the instrument makes provision for a home for the wife as long as she shall live , after whfch the estate Is to be cohverteo . Into cash and divided equally among the children . The son , Frank B . Hamm , and the daughter , Ella M . Hamm , are named as executors , v . • ¦ ¦
REVIVE LOYAL STAR LODGE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
REVIVE LOYAL STAR LODGE Former Urbana Organization Is Reorganized With Excellent Prospects . The Loyal Star Lodge was reorganized last night with quite a large attendance . Mrs . Anna Lapine was elected president ; Mrs . Flora Storer , vice president ; Mrs . Minnie Eichter , secretary ; . Mrs . Ida Johnson , treasurer ; Mrs . Lillie Pence , sentinel ; Mis » Goldie Eichter , warden . All old members are requested to be at the meeting at Besores hall March ID .
RURAL ROUTES ARE MUDDT /' -JK U ' r . rSMnHS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
RURAL ROUTES ARE MUDDT / -JK U r . rSMnHS Carriers Are Having Difficulties of Their ° kji § Hrag These Days . . tSSffiiB The Urbana rural route carriers , j |§ P * ra ||§ ter experiencing the hardships of tig ? l , $ Mjj cold snap , are now undergoing great CSjIjsi trouble on account of the muddy roads . * J | a Pedestrians In town who have , to ;| h . on 3 § across the streets , may judge ° f £ ? £ * **^ fflB ditricuMes encountered by . the ; \ 4 ? n - , « H | who distribute mall along thejrural ^ $ | f routes . The local carriers are , \ hW- ^^ 8 ever , doing little grumbling , bit a rJ ^ || | | looking ahead to better d . i &gt; s &gt; . . ^ &lt; $ Sj &amp; , ; jt v ; v -Vm , ^ &lt;• J *&amp; SKm
HONOR FOR ARTHUR M . BURKE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
HONOR FOR ARTHUR M . BURKE , Appointed a Member of the State Board ol / ¦ Equalization by Gov . Yates . • ArthurM . Burke , of Champaign , has -been appointed by Governor Yates to succeed Judge Solon Philbrick on the state , board of equalization . The announcement of the appointment was made yesterday . Mr . Burke is president of the Citizens bank in Chomr palgn , and secretary o £ the Champaign Oounfty Fair association . He Is a former alderman of Champaign , and has a-wide acquaintance . The new member , received many congratulations yesterday . - % iiife-ii
THE STEEL HIGHWAYS | [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
THE STEEL HIGHWAYS | Condensed News Items of General Interest to Railroad Men . GATHERED BY THE COURIER Doings of the Officials and Employes Along the Peoria and Eastern . There has been little , if any . improvement in traffic conditions on the Western roads during the past week . The weather has been ideal , but the scarcity of motive power has made it practically out of the question to distribute cars . Shippers are complaining bitterly on all sides , but officials appear to be unable to do naything for them . Every road reaching into Western sections is in the same fix ; they simply cannot take care of the business that is pressing for shipment , and they do not know when they will be able to do so . There is not only enought old business which has accumulated to keep them very busy for some time , but there is a great volume of new business continually coming forward .. This is regardless of the fact that more than 50 per cent of the corn crop of last year has not been moved , ...
County News 3 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
County News 3 noMion . Homer , March 4 . —Mrs . C . B . Miggincs returned home Saturday from a tew days visit with relatives in Danville . Mrs . F . M . Smith came homo Sunday noon from Decatur , where she had been guest of Mrs . J . II . Guilder . _ . T . Richard spent . Sunday in Champaign with Mrs . Kickard , who is visiting her parents , Mr . and Mrs . E . N . liaynor . Mrs . Frank Kingsley of Kansas City is the guest of her mother , Mrs . P . Summers . Mrs . Frank Poago arrived here Monday from her home in Iona to care for her son , Allen , who is quite sick with typhoid fever at the home of his grandmother , Mrs . Susan Poage . Miss Dora Connor , a trained nurse of Danville , Is also caring for Mr . Poage . Klmdale Farm in four acts will be given at the Homer opera house Saturday night , March 0 . under the management of C . E , Beyerle . This troup is supplied with appropriate scenery and elegant costumes . The specialties are above the average . Go and hear thern . Miss Erne...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
fBL ^ A ± 19 ME ! ^ r-a #$ n A little thought will convince U K £ b ^ JrK ^ w \ _^^_ __ . ^ __ i ^ . that the only way to save money ^ ^ i ^^^^ S &amp;^^^^^^&gt;&lt; SSsS is to spend it—in Real Estate . JR j A EB ^ f ~ -il | VS ^ 2 i 2 ^^ Ssi Little property will soon grow in- J 0 £ ? T ^ M ifflIrA *** 1 - fl . n &lt; ^ 5 ! -2 ! to ar K er property ; it will prove a ^ «/ l _ Bli \ i * • HfSBIiSiil ^^^^ F bank to catch your stray pennies Ml Vi ll ___ F _ I IrK - - vi 1811 I agents ; we have some good offers mf Qk v-Jffltfi la Hfi ^ v jf [ EslllliiJlllMlillll IMlllllillllllllllltf io n , a ce &gt; 01 right now ; but mind ^ &amp; . ^^ t ^ T ^ rf ^ t ^^^ . Dont think that you will buy a . Uk JO home by and by . By and by is aland positively empty . Do it V * Mr now , while you have the opportunity . Remember , opportunities dont ^ 2 \ ^ lie around waitiug for you to pick them up . We have choice resi- ^ o ^ dence property and vacant lots i...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
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