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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 12 March 1903
—DEALER IN—LATH , SHINGLES , DOORS , SASH , BUNDS , CEMENT , HAIR , LIME , ETC . Estimates made and bills furnished foHfKMciingon application . Also dealer inlill AND W COfiL * , . £ rom the best mines in the coun- , ¦ try . Highest cash price paid for grain . :: :: :: :: ¦ „• ¦ :: &lt; ¦ , . ..... = -LUMBER YARD AND COAL OFFICE MARKET STREET , URBANA . ;&lt;• , &gt; l — - -xu &gt; &amp;)&gt; ¦ • - , : -. &amp;&gt; Hloher In Quality il . un mos » R l V , 10 * Cigars . ! ¦ •• &amp; is W sli ^ ii % &amp; mm ( fc ; STRASGHT ^ CIOAR IpCottiparo them with other Cigars and I § $ v 6 u find go , o &lt; S reasons for their costing wftho . dealer . more than other brands ¦ ^ IT INK RUYVI 5 , PEORIA . IIL j £ 0 HI 3 IN . _ R TIN FOIL -MOKER PACKA 61 _ y ¦ SB * W : I &amp; r
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 12 March 1903
____ _ « a __ __ a ___________ y _^^^ ffllBWaTBtTB IV . Lewis , Prop ., Champaign , Illinois . TUESDAY , WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY \ I MARCH 10 , 11 , 12 , 1903 J | 11 « M 6 IIP Mllllil I ^ SP _ Dress Skirts , mi SilkCoats I j tik ^^ Waists 4 B- » 1 The Higher Standard j I of style and quality are more in evidence in each and every garment than shown in § any previous season at the same price . 1 You will find assembled here not only the most stylish TAILOR-MADE § SUITS , SILK SKIRTS , CLOTH SKIRTS , SILK COATS and SILK WAISTS , 1 but the most complete stock ever displayed in this city . On These Days 1 Dress Goods , Silks and Wash Goods departments will have their Special Open1 ing displays , and the ladies will find it a wise investment to take advantage 1 &lt; £ &amp; &lt;&amp; while our large stocks are most complete . &lt; £ &lt; £ A FOR SALE ! ¦¦¦ ~ — ¦¦¦ — ¦ ——- ... m OF THE FINEST ,.. Residence Lots IN THE CITY . Midway between Un...
THI DAILY COURIER [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 12 March 1903
THI DAILY COURIER POBLISUKD BY Till DBBANA COURIER COMPANY . J . K . GROOM Ma » aokh Office in Oodbikb building North Race street , at rear ol PostofUce TKKM 8 OF SBBSCBIITION . J ? er year - 15 . 00 Per week 10 , Addiess Thk Urbana Coubier Co ., Urbana . III . Entered at the postoBlce at Urbana , Illinois , as second-class matter . Anonymous communications will not bo noticed . Rejected communications will not be returned . • WOrders for delivery of This Daily Courier to either residence or place of business may be • made by postal card or through telephone , Bell 1781 $ or Home phone 417 . Any tr . regularity in delivery should be immediately reported to the office of publication * . -
RIVERS ON RAMPAGE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 12 March 1903
RIVERS ON RAMPAGE High Water at Cairo and Other Illinois Towns Doing Great Damage . LOSS OF LIFE IS FEARED . Situation in Nebraska Is Improving—Ice Gorges Are AH Broken Up . Cairo , Ills ., March 11 . —The river at Cairo is gradually rising-, the gauge showing a stage of 48 . 4 feet . The situation below Cairo is hourly becoming more critical . At Bird Point the water is running over the Iron Mountain tracks and is within a few inches of the Cotton Belt tracks . The entire place is under water . The water has backed in behind the levee at Norfolk and- the entire country between the river and Charleston is fast being submerged . Reports from Belmont , Mo ., say the entire place is under water and that the situation is gradually becoming worse . The steamer Rees Lee arrived from the lower river and reports a serious state of affairs at Columbus and Hickman , Ky ., thousands of acres of farming lands being- covered by ragingwaters . The farmers have been moving as best they could but m...
COMPLETE THE TICKET . Michigan Democrats Nominate Re -gent * of the State University and Adopt Resolutions . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 12 March 1903
COMPLETE THE TICKET . Michigan Democrats Nominate Regent * of the State University and Adopt Resolutions . Detroit , Mich ., March 11 . —After nominating Judge George L . Yaple for justice of the supremo court Tuesday , the democratsin convention here named Wellington R . Burt , of Saginaw , and Willis J . Abbott , of Battle Creek , for regents of the state university . The resolutions adopted bespeak the support of thoughtful citizens for those principles of government which And expression through the national platforms of the party . This is the only reference made to national platforms . The , initiative and referendum is demanded , and the recent coal strike is taken as an indication of the necessity for the municipal ownership of public \ itilivies . The resolutions deprecate judicial participation in the manipulating of conventions and the activities of ante-convention politics . Pride is expressed in the state university and the democratic party is pledged to continue its eff...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 12 March 1903
THURSDAY , MARCH 12 , 1903 . ANNOUNCEMENTS SUPERVISOR . I hereby rnnounce myself as a candidate lor the office of Supervisor of Urbana townshib ( to succeed myself ) , subject to the action of the Republican primariy . FRED E . BUBBLING . ASSESSOR . Please announce my name as a candidate for township assessor at the ensuine township election , subject to the decision of the republican convention . — • A . McLean . ROAD COMMISSIONER . I hereby announce myself as candidate for Road Commissioner for the second district of Urbana township subject to the vote of the Republican primaries . Having served one term I have Rained a knowledge of tne ueeds of the district , which will enable me to do more satisfactory work than an altogether new man could . If nominated and elected I will give the best service possible . R . B . HOY , I hereby announce myself as candidate for Road Commissioner for the second district of Urbana township , subject to the vote of the Re publican primaries . If nom...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 12 March 1903
:. • .: • . ; . ^^^^ b- ^^^^^^ t ! ^ &gt; ! 5 ID 8 &lt; -z- *^ z * ^ ^ ££££ ~ / &lt;^ 5 ^ fa ^^ S-r 4 &lt; IB Forget the name soda biscuit or \ C | H f soda cracker —the dry and dusty * , lM ¦___ kind that s sold in paper bags . There s ^ I , | I only one kind worth having— sjfl JBiscuit ^ I JK Sold only in In-er-seal Packages . S NATIONALBISCUIT COMPANY f ** ^ W ^ m ^^&amp;^^^^^^^^^^^^^^&amp;^ M ¦ I S WE U I ¦ I y ... TO OUR ... \ Quick Meal Range Exhibit EVERY DAY THIEK _&gt;_ - —g \ « a special representative from the /^^^^^^ P ^^^ p ^ H | WlP c C . Quick Meal factory will be with us . (^^^^^^^^^^ MHl W &lt; K During this week only a beautiful fijp *^^ C &gt; set of imported Dresden China , fffiPiil ^^ % I Spice or Cereal : Jars will be given 1 M »¦§ H | f ^| l i | $ ? free with every range sold . Prices remain the same * 1 It Iff fill - _ S ^_^__?^_ Stlir !! ^ ¦! R ^^^ - ^ fflffil lilP-l liilljlmllfl ^^^^ . ...
HsgaaaaanaBnaaaiaMaMnaBaaaisa I PERSONAL NOTES . j BBBfi 9-H . _ ll- _ lU _ 1 Uk : i--1 EBfS- ] filBBiaBESB [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 12 March 1903
HsgaaaaanaBnaaaiaMaMnaBaaaisa I PERSONAL NOTES . j BBBfi 9-H . _ ll- _ lU _ 1 Uk : i--1 EBfS- ] filBBiaBESB D . E . Park went to Sidney yesterday . Edward McCool , of Decatur , is in JoiyBpn . Cherry was in from Ogden yesterday . M . Prindiville was here from Chicago yesterday . Jackson Caldwell has gone to Monticello on business . O . 1 &gt; . Dresback , of Ogden , was a city visitor Tuesday . G . W . Adams and son , of Fisher , were in town yesterday . Miss Lottie Wells , of Mansfield , is visiting Urbana friends . Edward Jackson made a business visit ) to lhilo yesterday . B . F . Swartz was reported somewhat improved yesterday . A . E . Jackson , of Springfield , is a guest at the Coumbian hotel . Miss Allie Ayre returned to her home in Monticello yesterday . Mrs . Frank Clapper , of Bondville , visited in the city yesterday . The Storks will dance at Crystal Lake pavilion tomorrow night . Dr . J . iL Bartholow made a professional visit to Sidney yesterday . L . A . McLe...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 12 March 1903
v I ^^ Sfc I SPECIAL SHIRT AND HAT SALE I ngiey , MS DAYffi I F 0 R n 0 NDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY I nyu ond ^? JfcfrS , I All $ 1 . 50 Shirts ; special for 3 days . $ . 00 All $ 3 . 00 Hats ; special for 3 days 2 . 15 LU II ClllU HIV IVBR SHIRTS , I All $ 1 . 00 Shirts ; special for 3 days 68 A J ) f ^ O Hats ; special for 3 days 1 . 65 -. . ftj ^^ S 8 ., S ^ Ts I Aura . shw . i . pa-- _ .. _« . 48 Au Sf . £ i £ ffl £ , fc ::::::::::.: 1 : S § A BXandfif . t-Jj P- *^ tilfc &amp; niKI . bnlHlb | AH 50 c Shirts ; special for 3 days 39 All § 1 . 00 Hats ; special for 3 days 75 niUAUIIllUI I -fUllEnTl ! 1 SPECIAL H ALL 50 c NECKWEAR G . . 35 c SPECIAL ALL 25 c NECKWEAR . . 19 c SOFT AND STIFF oHltlld UMI . . PORTER , UMaNa HATS j-. - ;^ MmwEaaiiCT mBB ^^ i « i &amp; onffl hTrc ? fff ? mm » ^ S IF YOU BUY IT OF FERGUSON &amp; J J CRAIG IPS ALL RIGHT . t g . $ I IN STERLING \ \ I SILVER I $ j We beg to announce the ± 9 receipt of a large ship- ? o ment of 2 2 Vase...
| HEY WORK I WONDERS ! Sr--, & e [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 12 March 1903
| HEY WORK I WONDERS ! Sr--, &amp; e | V Extremely Extraordinary Are $ . y : tne Cures Daily Being Perr-, : formed by Mr . and Mrs . RatiiH , the Eye % Specialists . V Their Great Success and Rap » idity in Curing Headache , £ Eye Strain and Nervousness Is a Revelation to the Medical World . : ; Which Is Effected by the Cel- ;; . ebrated Crysto Vitrine % Lens-Its Marvelous Pow- ; j er Is a Source of Won- | . der and Astonishm ment to All . h FREE EXAMINATION . [ ,, NO ONE URGED TO BUY . S Will Remain One Week in Urbana at The V Columbian Hotel , or Until Saturh- day , March 14 , l ^ Thirty-five years ago no such thing l \ as overcoming headaches with glasses ^ was ever heard of ; the sight of a child J- wearing them was a curiosity ; but | things have changed since that time s and the more Intelligent people have jy awakened to the fact that headaches , £ l nervousness , dizziness , sinking spells , * nausea , excessive winking and watered tag of the eyes can be overcome by ...
OLD AND NEW WAY i [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 12 March 1903
OLD AND NEW WAY i Ilyomei the Latest Scientific Discovery fo the Cure of Catarrh . The discovery of Hyomei has wrought a wonderful change in the treatment of catarrh . Prior to three years ago the medicines ordinarily employed in the cure of this disease were nauseating drugs and worthless tonics . In some instances they benefited , but the improvement was not lasting . With Hyomei you take into the air pasasges of the throat and head a balsamic air that goes to the minutese cells , effectually killing all germs and microbes of catarrh . It enters the blood with the oxygen , killing the germs in the blood , and restores health to the whole system . Many astonishing testimonials have been received from those who have been cured by Ilyomei . N . G . Durham 23 Wellington St , Boston , Mass ., writes . I have suffered from catarrh . for a number of years . I tried Hyomei and found it the only cure for this disease I have ever ¦ used . Perhaps the strongest evidence that can he given to ...
ORIGINATED RAILWAY MAIL . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 12 March 1903
ORIGINATED RAILWAY MAIL . The Grcnt Service First Thought Of by a I ONtimiHter nt St . JoHojih . Mo . I ran across an old memorandum In looking tluotijrh the illes the other day that showed very clearly the origin of the vast railway mail service now in vogue in the United States , said a post office oilicial to a Washington Star man . The man who started what is now an elaborate system was the postmaster at St . Joseph , Mo ., at the lime , appointed to the position by President Buchanan . His id ^ a grew out of the old pony express , which also had its origin in St . Joseph . He evolved an ingenious system of boxes for handling his mail expeditiously on the arrival of the express by rigging up a lot of partitions in an old dry goods box , and labeled each hole with the name of an office served by the express , on the arrival of the rider he would sort out his mail and tie up the packages in the different partitions . When baggage cars were first in vogue , i \ dale-box idea was us...