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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
LEAVE UKBANA No . SO ; ..... „ .: 7 : 38 am 32 9 : 48 a m 34 11 : 42 am 36 3 : 17 pm 38 4 : 57 p m ARRIVE AT DKBANA . No 31 9 : 15 am 83 - 10 : 59 a m 35 12 : 46 p m 37 4 : 20 pm 39 6 : 03 p m All trains daily except Sunday . Close connections at Sidney with main line trains for all points east and west . Passengers taking Nos . 34 and 36 will be transferred to the Continental Limited and Pan-American Limited at Sidney for all eastern points . Passengers taking No . 32 will be translerred at Sidney to train No . 9 for St . Louis , Kansas City and all points west . MAINLINE . EAST BOUND . WESTBOUND . No , 6 6 : 38 am No . 51 8 : 85 am 26 10 : 17 am 9 10 : 27 am 24 12 : 10 pm 81 2 : 20 pm 4 12 : 34 pm 7 8 : 52 pm 16 4 : 41 pm 6 10 : 27 pm 60 . — 5 : 40 pm O . O . STRICKLAN , Telephone 21 or 403 . Agent . Urbana , 111 ,
vm [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
vm HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS to Missouri , Kansas , Texas , Oklahoma and Indian Territory , first and third Tuesdays of February , March and April . Tickets will be sold at the rate of ONE FARE plus § 2 . 00 for round trip . Ickets good going 15 days from date of sale , and st ^ p over allowed at points beyond St . Louis and Kansas City . Return limit 21 days . The Frisco System are extending their tracks in Southwest Oklahoma and new land can be bought cheap . Come in and see me or write me for descriptive literature . Land in Southwest Oklahoma is black loam and can be farmed to as good 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 , Louisiana , Colorado , Kansas and New Mexico . Rate one half of first-class fare , plus § 2 . 00 , Child...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
1 A JOLLY ONE 1 * S » THE WELSBAGH I ISA I JOLLY t GOOD LIGHT . I THERE I IS NO I ^ S ^ YING ITI THERES NO USE IN GETTING ALONG WITHOUT IT . GOOD FOR THE EYES , MAKING THE FINEST LIGHT EVER INVENTED tlfl l ffifll IT ; IB I ELECTRIC CO . &lt; __!_ _ ¦ ^ Cor . Main and Walnut Sis . Ji Man Will Swear 1 Quicken over bad laundry S ^ Sk § f work than any &gt; ^ Ifr , S thing else on &gt; a _ 8 fl 8 Better send your .... B LAUNDRY WORK I where it will be .... a DONE RIGHT . 1 TROY LAUNDRY 125 Race St . is the place . B BEST FOR THE , BOWELS If yon havent a roeular , healthy movement of tho bowels every day , yoa ro 111 or will bo . Keep your bowels open , and bo well . , Force , ln the shape of violent physio or pill poison , Is dangerous , Tho smoothest , easiest , most perfect way of keeping the bowels clear and clean is to taka . ^^ - _^ q ^ mi ^ iiip——^ - EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant , Pnlntablo , Potent , Taste Good , Do , Good , Never Sicken ; Weaken or Gripe ; ...
BURDICK INQUEST [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
BURDICK INQUEST Investigation Begun Into the Buffalo Murder Mystery by Authorities . WITNESSES IMPORTANT . Mrs &gt; Paine , and Mrs . Barnett , the Stenographer , Among Those in Court . * ¦ ¦ Buffalo ,. N . Y ., March 14 . —The in- •• quest into the murder of Edwin L . Burdick was begum i _ the police court here Saturday before Judge Murphy . * The courtroom is small and only a limited number of persons were admitted . Among the first witnesses to ap- . pear were Mrs . Seth T . Paine , Miss Harnett , the stenographer , ¦ who ¦ boarded with Mts . Paine , and A . Carlson , another boarder at the Paine residence . Mrs . Paine was accompanied by counsel . Only one witness at a time was -admitted into the courtroom . The inquest began with the calling of Dr . Howland , assistant medical , examiner , as the first witness . J &gt; r . Howland handed to Judge Murphy the report of the medical examiner on the death of Burdick , -which stated the cause of the death . Under the ...
FINE TRAIN IS WRECKED [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
FINE TRAIN IS WRECKED Golden State Limited Collides With Passenger Train at Dwight , Kan . ENGINEER LOVE KILLED Engines Wrecked , But Neither Trains Are Thrown from the Track . Kansas City , Mo ., March 14 . —The Golden State limited , on the Rock Island system , due in Kansas City Saturday morning , collided head on just outside of Dwight , 30 miles west of Topeka , at three o clock in the morning with west bound passenger train No . 3 , which left Kansas City Friday night . Both engines were damaged badly and the baggage and mail cars and the smoker on the westbound train , were telescoped . None of the other cars on the westbound train left the track . None of the cars on the limited were derailed- or damaged , and that train continued on its trip east after a few hours delay . Engineer Love , of the westbound train , was killed . Three other members ! of the westbound crew and three passengers in the westbound smoker , and the engineer and fireman of the limited were injured . T...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
\ . [ I I . A + Afi + S *^^ I SEE __ - _~__~ vvx «* % £ FOR ANYTHING y ? IN THE LINE OF , &gt; # Real / Estatp , loans f f : . 1 = AN . O = * JInsurance . A Bank Account GIVES STANDING IN THE COMMUNITY , « THE SAVINGS BANK IS THE POOR MANS FRIEND , / It enables him to place his small surplus / THE SAVINGS BANK Does : not discriminate against small accounts but treata ^ all alike . Your small account will rec $ Kre just as much attention as though it wairfarger . t / — Firsfj AgflvE CAPITAL , $ 150 , 000 . 00 . * jr Loans Made on Farms ami * NoilOtl CU Choice City Property . * | \ jT Saiety Deposit Vaolt »» t Low Rates Bank Fr « n _ 8 M . Wright , Prea . A . P . Pay . Vtoe-Prea . URBANA , - - II I . C . M . Richards . Cash . B . H . Griffin , Asst . Casta . MlSSM . JJESjfRE 1206 E . Green Street lj | firl _ tOtiQ I URBANA , ILLINOIS || f || | Uuullu £ £ . . 8 . • &amp; v ? _ K - _¦_ - __ Ml _ - _ t _ n- _ _ ih _ mm \ - _ __ _ s at n m ___ MR m __ B ¦ ^ I A PRF I L -RF...
MRS . DAY AND DR . NICHOLS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 16 March 1903
MRS . DAY AND DR . NICHOLS ; Mrs . Day Returns from Wash- ¦ ington and Makes Some Statements . i I HAS AFFIDAVIT PRINTED ? . Declares Visit to Washington Was to \ Clear W . A . Day of Charges ; in the Senate . i . i r * Mrs . Susan C . Day , formerly the wife \&lt; of Wm . A . Day , nominated for assistant attorney general of the United i States , and declared by Dr . G . A . Nicht ols , of this city , to have been married i to him nine years ago , returned Sunday J , from Washington . &amp; Mrs . Day s return has been awaited with interest , because of the statement P i made by Dr . Nichols . Mrs . Day was ir , talked with over the telephone last | , evening by a representative of The jf Courier . , What do you desire to say- in The , Courier regarding the matter ? was I . asked . . . . * . • g * , I want you to publish Dr . Nichol- s g \ affidavit in the Halberstadt case , ; said Mrs . Day . § j , Mrs . Day , you are said to deny that jjR you were married to Dr . N...
WILL OF B . F . BOGGS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 16 March 1903
WILL OF B . F . BOGGS targe Estate Disposed of in Document Filed for Probate Monday . PROVISIONS OF THE WILL Widow and Sons and Daughters Remembered — Mrs . Boggs and F . H . Boggs Executors The * last will and testament of the late B . F . Boggs has been filed for pro . bate in the county court . It reads as follows : 1 , Benjamin F . Boggs , of the city of Orbana , in the county of Champaign and State of Illinois , being of sound mind and memory , and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transit , ory life , do therefore make , ordain , publish and declare this to be my last will and testament . First &gt; I order and direct that my executors hereinafter named pay all my just debts and * neral . expenses as soon after my deceale as conveniently may ; be .- Second . -After the payment of such funeral expenses and debts , I give , devise and bequeath unto my beloved wife in fee simple ^ all the real and personal estate ( which I now Own in Urbana , Champaign county ...
WOODRUFF IS HERE I [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 16 March 1903
WOODRUFF IS HERE I - — ¦¦ ¦ , 1 New Football Coach at Illinois I Arrives and Holds 1 Practice . I PLEASED WITH OUTLOOK . 1 * I University Track Team Returns | from Michigan Where It 1 Did Well - ! . I j-j-ji George Woodruff , the new football coach at the University of Illinois , arrived yesterday at the University from ; Chicago , and inaugurated spring football practice . Thirty men , headed by Captain Kothgeb , responded to the call , and followed the new football j teacher to the south campus , where -i they took light work and listened to • j Mr . Woodruff . ; Mr . Woodruff is engaged In business in Chicago and therefore caa 5 j take a jaunt here several times before , &gt; j next fall . Yesterday s visit was his - j first , and he was much impressed with • been thinking up new formations and he will see how they work out in practice . He made a favorable impression * &gt; with the squad . He expects to be ^ here for some time . „ The track team has returned fro...
ROAD IS NOW CERTAIN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 16 March 1903
ROAD IS NOW CERTAIN Interurban Line from Springfield to Twin Cities . W . B . McKinley o ! Champaign Will Build Que This Summer by Way o ! Decatur —Right-ol-Way Secured . There is a prospect of an interurban electric line from Springfield to the i twin cities , to be completed this sum . mer . W . B . McKinley , of Champaign , has . been in Decatur at times for the past few weeks , securing signatures to a frontage petition , as a result of which it is understood that a franchise is to be granted him in that cityC Mr . McKlnley makes the statement that an Interurban line is to be constructed be . tween Decatur and Springfield and from Decatur to Champaign this summer . The right of way already has been secured . Mr . McKiley represents street car Interests of enough force to construct the proposed system without outside help , but the proposed road will probably , be owned by eastern interests . A special from Decatur this , afternoon says there are no strings tied to the Decatur pr...
IT IS ST . PATRICK'S DAY . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 16 March 1903
IT IS ST . PATRICKS DAY . The Loyal Sons of Erin Will Celebrate the DayGiven Good Weather , There Will Re a Big Parade—Father Caraher , Orator of - r . ; the Day * Arrives .- , -, t r-. ? - - ~ The twin cities will wear the green today . Irish-Americans from all parts of Champaign county will throng here to celebrate the natal day of Irelands patron saint . Given good weather , the celebration will be a record breaker Rev . Father J . II . Cannon . said last night that the weather indications were the only things to worry him . The weather man had predicted cloudy weather , but it is to be hoped that he has made a mistake . Father Cannon has as his guest Rev . Father Caraher , of Chicago , the orator of the day . The reverend gentleman arrived last night , and will make an address appropriate to . the day at the conclusion of high mass . this morning . Delegations expected to take part in the parade are : Champaign A . O . H ., C . K . of A ., and A . O . IT ., University Ivesdaie A...
MASK SOCIAL BY ' BEN IIURS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 16 March 1903
MASK SOCIAL BY BEN IIURS . ^ Caledonia Court Has a Ghost Walk and Other Diversions . The mask social given by Caledonia Court No .-50 ; T . B . H . last night , was a success in every respect . Fifty couples were present and some very un . iquo and original masks were worn . One of the amusing features was the ghost walk , given by eight persons , dressed In sheet and pillow-case costumes . The prizes were awarded to Mr . and Mrs . S . B . Roach for th * o most comical make-up . The music for the grand march was played by Miss Clara Mollendorf and Claude Frisinger . Mr . l \ M . Grant and Walter Bond led the grand march , dressed as clowns . Songs and music added to the evening s entertainment , I—3 l . ? $ i ,- 1 . iws \ -c * r * -r . . * . &lt; -. , \ J K tVv ^ I ^ - * ^ ,-x I 1 * # &amp; $ &amp; £ &amp;** « - ^ * k ^^^^^^^ i
—____ ' ANNUAL STAR BANQUET . p > ¦ ¦ / l [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 16 March 1903
—____ ANNUAL STAR BANQUET . p &gt; ¦ ¦ / l j • Vs Urbana Lodge Celebrates Their Sixteenth &gt;• £ Anniversary . * , ! fi V ? Hope Chapter Makes Merry With a Banquet - . 4 and a General Social Time Enjoyed , ^ *^ i by a Large Number . / / ,, * . , \ Ay * f ^ jHope Chapter No . 104 , Order East- • t , ) fi em Star , was instituted sixteen years V , | *\^ ago and last evening its members gath- , ^ ~ » if cred around the festal board In cele- . t (| p bration of the occasion . _ _/_ ; ,-- &gt; - § = The banquet was gotten up under ,, V , , &amp; the supervision of Edward Sampson , -Xs- f &gt; HiR and was by far the most elabfirate ever ; - ¦ J ZiM 3 given by the Stars . Covers were laid . * ,, Af *\ fim for one hundred and fifty and the serv . . * ^&gt; - £% ing was in charge of the young men , • . ; J ° A » who are members of the order . T » . -- ^/ f The banquet is an established annual ¦ * p ; p , ^ Ja affair and always proves to be one...
THE STEEL HIGHWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 16 March 1903
THE STEEL HIGHWAYS Condensed News Items of General Interest to Railroad Men . GATHERED BY THE COURIER Doings oi the Officials and Employes Along the Peoria and Eastern . t Manufacturers admit that many rail , roads which have underestimated their ? steel rail requirements for 1903 will be obliged to go abroad for supplies . The steel rail mills of this country already have more unfilled orders on their books than they can conveniently handle and it is because of this they are turning new orders away . A repre . sentative of one of the largest mills in the country made the statement that the production of steel rails during the current year would be considerably below early estimates , owing to the inability of the railroads to handle raw supplies consigned to them . Railroads are consuming rails faster than the mills can produce them , and it is because of this that consumers are seeking foreign source of supply . It is ligured that the net cost of rails purchased abroad is somethin...