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XVYVYVYYVWYYYYYYYYYWVV ^ I LATEST MARKET NEWS . ; ] C — Furnished by William White and Son , 5 C Members Chicago Board of Trade . J > [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
LATEST MARKET NEWS. Furnished by William White and Son, Members Chicago Board of Trade. CHICAGO GRAIN LETTER. Urbana, March 2 WHEAT -- There was little selling early, but offerings were well taken. Foreign statistical news not near as bearish as expected, while the visible proved a surprise to the trade with its large decrease, There was good commission house buying, while what strength that appeared was assisted somewhat by the upturn in corn. The spring wheat situation is a strong one, 82 cents paid in Milwaukee for good No 1 Northern to arrive, and it looks as if millers were quietly buying where available. There seems to bo a steady absorption of May, and while a good deal of selling appeared the market closed strong. CORN -- The weather was favorable for movement, while statistical figures were bearish, but the market was very strong with good buying of May by commission houses, although the selling was rather influential. The clearances were large and primary receipts were 755...
NO FARMS FOR TENANTS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
NO FARMS FOR TENANTS. Land Scarce and Champaign County Farmers Forced to Quit. City Capitalists Invest in Large Tracts and Number of Small Farms for Rent is Rapidly Decreasing. A number of men who have been farming in Champaign county will lay off this year owing to the extraordinary demand for land by tenants and purchasers. A number of instances have been related lately of tenants who have been forced to sell out and quit the business because the land they have been farming has been sold and other tenants are coming on or because some one else has overbid them. Only this week a tenant living south of the city sold his stock and implements because the farm he had been cultivating had been rented to another and he could not get land anywhere else, though he had tried for several months. A number of cases of this kind are known and farmers and land agents say the demand by renters is unprecedented and has never had an equal in the past. The same general condition exists in Iowa and t...
CATARRH CURED BY ORY AIR . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
CATARRH CURED BY DRY AIR. Hyomei Medicate the Air You Breathe, Kills the Germs and Cures the Disease. Hyomei cures catarrh thoroughly and permanently, because it reaches the smallest air cells in the head, throat and lungs, kills the germs causing the disease and drives it from the system. Hyomei goes to the root of the disease, destroys the cause, and makes permanent cures which can be effected in no oilier way. Breathe it for a few minutes four times a day and benefit will be seen at once. Continue this treatment for a few weeks and Hyomei will have cured you. The Hyomei in the inhaler furnished with the outfit dries and sterilizes the air you breathe. It is a local and direct treatment for eradicating all catarrh germs in the mucus membrane and tissues and in this way cures catarrh in any part of the system. Used in connection with Hyomei Balm it. has been successful in curing the worst and most deep-seated cases of catarrhal deafness. A. W. Clark of Everett, Mass., writes "I hav...
SMffittlf ] i [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
SPENCER E. HUFF &amp; CO. LUMBER LIME, CEMENT AND COAL ! If you are going to Build or Repair You cannot afford to miss getting our figures. Only the best of everything in our line handled. Prices and treatment always right. Come and see us. Don't forget to buy Coal at HUFF'S. _________ SPENCER E. HUFF &amp; CO. Phone 488. Lincoln and University Aves,
BIG FOUR hOUTk C » C , C , & ST . L , [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
BIG FOUR ROUTE C. C. C. &amp; ST. L. HOMESEEKERS' Excursions at very LOW RATES to many points in the following territory; Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indian Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming over the BIG FOUR ROUTE Selling dates: Nov. 4 and 8; Dec. 2 and 16; January 6 and 20; Feb. 3 and 17; March 3 and 17; April 7 and 21. WINTER TOURIST RATES. to CUBA, FLORIDA, Gulf Coast Points and all Inland SOUTHERN WINTER RESORTS also Texas and California, via BIG FOUR ROUTE Commencing October 15th, 1902, and continuing until April 30, 1903, tickets will be on sale from all points on the "Big Four Route," good for return passage until May 31, 1903. Take advautage of the low rates and long return limit. For full Information ana particulars as to rates, tickets, ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. Cuba The second Illinois Central Excursion to Cuba will leave Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati and Louisville Feb. 13, 1903, reaching same points on the return Feb. 24. A delightful voyage across the Gulf of Mexico, a six days' stay on the Island of Cuba, including a visit to Havana. Matanzas, the Valley of Yumuri, the Caves of Belle Mar and other interesting points under the escort of the American Tourist Association Rate from the points mentioned will be $160 for the round trip, which amount will include all expenses everywhere. Itineraries, giving full particulars, of your local Illinois Central agent New Orleans A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit. Winter tourist rates now in effect. Double daily service snd fast steam-heated vestibule trains with through sleeping cars, buffet-llbrary-smoking car service and all meals en route in dining ears. Ask for and illustrated booK on New Orleans. Florida Through 'Dixie Flyer Sleeplng-Car ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING Consists of patronizing the Proper Medium Continuously :: THE COURIER IS THE MEDIUM For: Urbana : Merchants ILLINOIS TITLE AND TRUST CO. BANK JOINT STOCK CO. NO. 10 MAIN ST. .. CHAMPAIGN, Ill. Forty Champaign Co. Stockholders. :: Responsibility Over $2,000,000.00 THE STRONGEST BANK IN CENTRAL ILLINOIS. General Banking. Savings Dept. Abstracts of Title. Always glad to see our friends and make new acquaintances. 3% semi annual interest paid on savings deposits. Frank B. Vennum, President. Virgil W. Johnston, Vice-President . SB Shields A. Blaine, Cashier. George R. Shawhan, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS John H. Savage, John W. Richmond, James B. Busey. N. M. Burt, W. J. Lateer, Cornelius Dyer, Frank B. Vennum. Virgil W. Johnston, E. B. Hazen, F. H. Llovde, J. L. Ray. John G. Clark. Abstracts made by the Champaign County Abstract Co. are accurate and reliable. Their certificates mean something 10 Main St., Champaign, and 103 Main St., Urbana. YOUR HOUSE FURNISHED O...
THE DAILY COURIER [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
THE DAILY COURIER PUBLISHED BY THE URBANA COURIER COMPANY. J. K. GROOM .....Manager Office in Courier building North Race street, at rear of Postoffice TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Per year .............$5.00 Per week ............ .10 Address The Urbana Courier Co.. Urbana. III. Entered at the postoffice at Urbana, Illinois, as second-class matter. Anonymous communications will not be noticed. Rejected communications will not be returned. Orders for delivery of The 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 irregularity in delivery should be immediately reported to the office of publication.
DEFINES POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
DEFINES POSITION federal office holders whom I have appointed throughout your state are, as a body, men and women of a high order of efflciency and integrity? If you know of any federal office holder in Georgia of whom this is not true, pray let me know at once. I will welcome testimony from you or from any other reputable citizen, which will tend to show that a given public officer is unworthy, and, most emphatically short will be the shrift of anyone whose lack of worth is proven. Democrats Retained. "Incidentally I may mention that a large percentage of the incumbents of federal offices in Georgia under me are, as I understand it. of your own political faith. But they are supported by me in every way as they continue to render good and faithful service to the public. "This is true of your own state; and by applying to Mr. Thomas Nelson Page, of Virginia, to Gen. Basil Duke, of Kentucky; to Mr. George Crawford, of Tennessee; to Mr. John Mellheny, of Louisiana; to Judge Jones, of A...
. ^ gggAffijg ^ [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION LABEL CHAMPAIGN-URBANA TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1903. ANNOUNCEMENTS SUPERVISOR. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Supervisor of Urbana township (to succeed myself), subject to the action of the Republican primariy. FRED E. EUBELING. ASSESSOR. Please announce my name as a candidate for township assessor at the ensuing township election, subject to the decision of the republican convention. L. 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 prlmaries. Having served one term I have gained a knowledge of the needs 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 pr...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECHAM'S PILLS For Bilious ami Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Pain In the Stomach, Slck Headache, Giddiness, Fulness and Swelling after meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills Flushings of Heat, loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, Blotches on the Skin. Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, . THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES. This is no fiction. Every sufferer Is earnestly invited to try one Box of these Pills, and they will be acknowledged to be WITHOUT A RIVAL. BEECHAM'S PILLS taken as directed, will quickly restore Females to complete health. They promptly remove any obstruction or irregularity of the system. For a Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Disordered Liver, they act like magic -- a few doses will work wonders upon the Vital Organs; Strengthening the muscular System, restoring the longlost Complexion, bringing back the keen edge of appetite, and arousing with the Rosebu...
KKPiaflPICSMflPiaBaRiStS ^ PlHMISiaraHaG 1 ! I PERSONAL NOTES , i KBKUltOMkJUWHKKVBiattBKUHttfiC'IClSB [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
PERSONAL NOTES. Clyde Walcott is in Indianapolis. Mrs. Grant Carpenter is reported sick. Clarence Hoy will return to Pekin today. A. B. Glascock was in from St. Joseph Monday. Will Holmes is sick at his home on West Clark street. The Nonesuch club will dance at Besore's hall tonight. Regular meeting of Olive Rebekah Lodge Thursday night. Thomas Dickensen has recovered from his recent illnesci. James Hodgson was up from Philo yesterday on court business. Mrs. Stiner, of Mayview, was calling on Urbana friends yesterday. James Battershell went to Greencastle yesterday to visit relatives, Robert Ennis and family are moving from this city to Belleflower. Mrs. John Holloway is quite ill at home at 606 East California street. Dr. C. L. Van Doren made a professional trip to Leverett yesterday. Ross Wait was down from Chicago and spent Sunday with his parents. Cyrus Arnold, of Philo, was a business visitor at the court house yesterday. Mrs. Edward Egan is quite sick with the grip at her home...
CARELESS TRAIN MEN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
CARELESS TRAIN MEN Freight on Missouri Pacific Fails to Flag Passenger and Collision Results . PASSENGERS ARE INJURED None of Them Said to Be Fatally Hurt—Disaster Occurs on a Trestle Near Fort Scott , Kan . Fort Scott ., Kan ., March 2 . — Missouri Pacific passenger train No . 40 , which left Wichita Sunday afternoon at three o clock for St . Louis via Fort Scott , Rich Hill and Pleasant Hill , collided head-on with a freight train on a trestle four miles west of Fort Scott during the night . The engines were completely telescoped , but none of the passenger coaches were turned over . Twenty or more passengers sustained cuts and bruises , but none were dangerously hurt . James Garrett , of Eldorado , Kan ., the passenger engineer , jumped , and his left leg was broken and his right hip dislocated . Walter Smith , fireman , was caught between the tank and the baggage car , and several ribs were broken . The injured were brought to Mercy hospital , this city . THE INJURED . —James Ga...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
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