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I BAD BANK FAILURE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 16 March 1903

I BAD BANK FAILURE . First Xntlonul llnnk of Florida at Jacksonville Mured » n llnuils of lleev-lver . AVnsliington , March 10 . —The First national bank of Florida , at Jacksonville , Fin ., was closed Monday by direction of the comptroller of the currency upon the report of an examination made by Natioival Bank Kxuminer Charles A . llanna , which showed the bank to be insolvent . National ISii nk Examiner i . W . Norvell has been appointed receiver . The failure of the bank , it is said at the treasury department , was time to losses which absorbed the entire capital and surplus , leaving a deficiency : in assets , which are of a slowcharacI ter and of poor gradie , consist ing . large- ! ly of phosphate and lumber mill maI chinery , insurance policies , real estate , ¦ etc . The bank has liabilities of $ 375 ,- 162 ,

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CHAMBERLAIN IW COMMONS , [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 16 March 1903

CHAMBERLAIN IW COMMONS , His Return to British House of Parliament the Occasion of Popular Reception . London , March 16 . — Colonial Secretary Chamberlain s reentry into the house of commons Monday was signalized by an unusually cordial reception from the conservatives and unionists , while the liberals and nationalists maintained a significant silence . Volleys of cheers from the government supporters greeted the secretary as he entered the house and lasted several minutes . Mr . Chamberlain looked much worn , but was obviously in the best of spirits as he rose to inform a questioner that he was afraid it would be difficult to collect and publish all his South African speeches . He was ashamed to say he had made about 70 and he had had no time to read them , much less collect them . There was a vociferous liberal counter-demonstration when Mr . Crooks , the new liberal member for Woolwich , who recently won that district for the opposition , took his seat . Thawing- Dynamite . Exp...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 16 March 1903

> 0 _ P . oil for 43 or 50 cent . ( W W | fflr n p 9 r po nd , n „ may h i n \ _ ll I | H _ Jf • xorbll-nl pries which Bk _ fft _[ | 1 Mf j _ B _ __ r on the consuma r and ^ _ k _ ___ Efnl I lS _______ ^ • nrloba * tb « truat ^^^*^ Wfl __ 1 \ Calumet I I JDSkMiilFtSC I ~~* i <I Powdef I _ a ^ A ff The only high grade ft 3 powder sold at a ^ 1 > >— ^^ Moderate ^^ v _ l H ____| r ^^ wQvv * Bmw ^ VHlfl h ft Price g j | w ^ ____ F ^ IL . __ fl ^ v ; a L . ^ L . A . MLEAIN l I 5 = LOANS , INSURANCE , REAL ESTATE ^ Z f IE : Gill Block . : URBANA , ILL . 53 | liaiiiuiuuiiuuuuU ; iiiiiuiiiaaiuiUiif 1 ; *; J g ^^ i ^^ ii ^^^ i ^ ii ^ miiiii ^^^^ mi ^^ 1 I Think of It in the Night | ^ j j || . If necessary to remember tbu x act , that TRANS-CONTI- - ^ NBNTAL trains of the NORTHERN PACIFIC railway & « $ | reach nearly all the points of REAL IMPORTANCE in ¦ § g Jg 1 | the Northwest . | j | 3 f li Beginning at St . Paul , Minneapolis , Dulu...

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of AND HARP ' St . Patrick ' s Day Occe l it for Big Celebratio ; .. J Here , f -FATHER CARAHER SPEAKS { j & afest' . ; ., : ' Chicago Prtfeit Tells oi Ireland ' s ; Joys and Woes—Grand Ball Last Evening . ¦ - m ? % > [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

of AND HARP St . Patrick s Day Occe l it for Big Celebratio ; .. J Here , f -FATHER CARAHER SPEAKS { j & afest . ; ., : Chicago Prtfeit Tells oi Ireland s ; Joys and Woes—Grand Ball Last Evening . ¦ - m ? % > F ^ To stirring strains The Wearing of the . Green and St . Patricks Day in the Morning the IrishAmericaas of Champaign county marched into Urbana yesterday morning . Three bands crashed out the tunes , and the parade , which included representatives from all parts of the county , folio-wed . The parade was but the start of the celebration of St . Patricks Day , which lasted until this morning , when the special train bore the visitors away . The green was everywhere . It was worn in every conceivable fashion , but the shamrock . The chosen leaf Of bard and chief was the favorite . Old men walked in the procession , not as straight and sturdy as they were when they first made their St . Patrick s march , and many an eye kindled and perhaps some moistened ...

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W . A . DAY IS confirmed : Former Urbana Man Is Now an Assistant Attorney General . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

W . A . DAY IS confirmed : Former Urbana Man Is Now an Assistant Attorney General . Senate Committee on Judiciary Yesterday Acted Favorably on Nomination and Reported it to the Senate . A private telegram received in Urbana yesterday conveyed the information . that William A . Day- had been confirmed as assistant to the attorney general of the United States by the senate . It was said that the action was unanimous , the senate committee on judiciary having reported it favor , ably . Mr . Day was nominated to the post some time ago by President Roosevelt , but his nomination was held up on account of certain charges preferred against him , arising from his divorce suit . The new assistant attorney general will probably handle the cases against the trusts , much work in connection with , which he has already done . The salary to the office Is $ 7 , 000 a year . St . Joseph Ball Team . The baseball team of the St . Joseph high school has been organized with Captain Hill at the head . T...

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SECOND LENTEN LECTURE IN SERIES BY MINISTER . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

SECOND LENTEN LECTURE IN SERIES BY MINISTER . Rev . Geo . E . Hunt to Congregation of Presbyterian Church . The Basis of Authority in Religion the Subject of the Address—Stand Taken by Minister . Rev . George E . Hunt gave the sec . ond of a series of Lenten lectures before a large audience at the First Presbyterian church Sunday evening . His subject was , The Basis of Authority in Religion . Following is a brief digest of his discourse : When doctors disagree , who then shall decide ? in matters of religious truthV This is the question often facing thinking men , who are trying to think out their own faith , especially in these days of religious opinions . We all need some arbiter , some Stan , dard , some authority by which to test ourselves , and know whether we hold the truth or error in our creeds . t First , let us go to Jesus and study his lifepof whom men said , He taught with authority , not as the scribes . Here we find two kinds of authority—that used by the scribes , th...

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SUIT FOR DAMAGES [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

SUIT FOR DAMAGES Charles Smith , Illinois Central Section Hand , Sues the Company . LIST OF PETIT JURORS . For the Third and Fourth Weeks of Court—Entries in Circuit Docket Yesterday . The damage suit of Charles Smith , against the Illinois Central Railroad company occupied the time of the cir . cuit court yesterday . Smith , who is a section hand , was injured while unloading ballast on the companys right-of-way near Hayes , a station south of Tolono . His foot was crushed and as a result part of it was amputated . Smith claims the injury was caused by a defect in the gondola car , which had been condemned previously . The petit jurors for the third and fourth , week of the court are as fol . lows . J . X . Connett , Hensley ; Ohris Hummel I , East Bend ; William Susdorf , Compromise ; Thomas Naughton , Champaign ; William H . Allison , Compromise ; Wlliam Mitchell , Condit ; Wm Walker , Ludlow ; Simon Holmes , O-g . den ; Frank Davis , Fesotum ; A . G . Guard , Philo ; Marcellus B...

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AN ECHO OF ST . PATRICK'S DAY . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

AN ECHO OF ST . PATRICKS DAY . The Twins , in Chorus—My , Doesnt Papa Look Grand .

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EXPERIENCE OR BEGINNER ? [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

EXPERIENCE OR BEGINNER ? tion by the Illinois Central Railroad company , in a complaint filed with the railroad and warehouse commis . sion at Springfield against W . D . Curry & Co ., elevator men of Mason Cty , III . Subpoenas were sent out by the commission for twenty-two members of the association and were returnable on Tuesday of last week . It is said that the commission is pleased over the turn of affairs and the prospects of a thorough investigation , as conditions in th ? grain trade have been deplorable for some time past . It is insinuated that criminal proceedings may follow the inquiry by the railroad and warehouse commission and that the grain men in the Central Hlinois association may find themselves in a . predicament similar to that of the Chicago coal barons as a result . The complaint made by the Illinois Central is that Curry & Co . have undertaken to drive out of business the Farmers Elevator company , which is competing for the Mason Cit...

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URBANA GETS STAMP CLERK . Postoffice Force Is Given a New Man and There Is Rejoicing . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

URBANA GETS STAMP CLERK . Postoffice Force Is Given a New Man and There Is Rejoicing . The Urbana postoffice help famine has been relieved in some measure by the government . The postoffice department has notified Posthaster Lindley that the office has been given a stamp clerk . Curtis Collins , who , is employed as a book-keeper for S . E . Huff , will be the new employe , and he will begin work April 1 . The new man will be a great aid to the force and will relieve the conditions Jn the office , which have been extremely bad . Postmaster Lindley , is now eagerly awaiting the action of the department on the petition for twq new carriers . The petition is now being considered , and it is believed that the carriers will be given . Judge Day Passes Crisis . Washing-ton . March 17 . —Dr . Hardin , after his morning- visit . Tuesday to Justice Day , issued the following- bulletin : Justice Day slept , well last night , and is doing- well this morni ^ jg . He has passed the critical stag...

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MADE DIRECTOR OF CENSUS . President Appoints S . N . D . North a * the- Successor of Director Merriam . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

MADE DIRECTOR OF CENSUS . President Appoints S . N . D . North a * the- Successor of Director Merriam . Washington , March 17 . —The president has tendered the position of director of the census to S . N . D . North , formerly chief statistician of manufactures of the census bureau , to succeed Director Merriam , resigned . • Mr . North has accepted and will eniter upon his duties some- time in May . Mrs . Paine- on Stand . Buffalo , N . Y ., March 17 . —In the Burdick inquest Tuesday Mm Seth T . Paine was the first witness . The other witnesses were Dr . Paine , Adolf Carlson , the boarder at Mrs . Paines home . ; Charles S . Parke , the business partner of Mr . Burdick . and Alfred Brookman . Coming to Champaign . R , W . Daley expected to leave Farmer City to go into the dairy business In Champaign by April 1 , but may de . lay the opening of suoh establishment until next year . To Plant Trees . The town board of Deer Creek expect to set a day for the planting of tres in the new ...

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MARCONI SENDS 1 A MESSAGE . Blinding Flash of Illulnli 1 . 1 kht and Great Electric Sparks Signal Its Departure . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

MARCONI SENDS 1 A MESSAGE . Blinding Flash of Illulnli 1 . 1 kht and Great Electric Sparks Signal Its Departure . All ready ! he cried to the electrician , who stood in the power room Watching the inventor through the • long connecting hallway . A lever was p . ulled and a dim hum tilled the room . The indicator of the volt meter beg « u to race past all sorts of figures ou the • Dace of the dial . Now Ill- send to Poldhu . He pressed the key , says Worlds Work . There was a blinding flash of bluish light , for with each movement , of the key great sparks jumped two inches •• between the two silvered knobs of the induction coil . One knob of this coil is connected with the earth , forming the groundconnection , the other with the wire leading to the aerial wires . Each spark means an oscillating im- ¦ pulse from the battery to the aerial wire , and from the wire the oscillations of ether occur which carry through space at the speed of 187 , 000 miles a second . With the blinding fla...

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NEW SYSTEM OF TELEGRAPHY . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

NEW SYSTEM OF TELEGRAPHY . One with Jfovet Font tire by Which -50 , 000-Words an Hour AreTransmitted . At . a recent test in Germany of the Pollak-Virag syste . ni of telegraphy a speed of 50 , 000 words an hour was attained-. In transmitting , this system , like other fast systems , uses a strip of paper previously punched with holes representing dots and . dashes . The most novel feature of the system is the method of receiving , says an electrical paper . The incoming electric impulses cause a thin strip of metal , resembling a telephone diaphragm , to vibrate and thus move a tiny mirror attached thereto . A slender beam of . light- from an incandescent light falls upon the mirror , and is reflected thence to a strip of photographically sensitive paper , which is steadily unrolled by clockwork when messages come . Cbeimicals for development being applied , the paper exhibits aeontin uous dark line , with upward projections for dashesandidownward ones fOr dots . The message must t...

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K — . wmmmmmmammmmimmmimtmmmmmm ^ immmmmm ^ mmmmmt ^ m ^ Mrs . Fred VivraLt , ! No . 228 Territorial Stroat , B * nton Harbor , Mich . , [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

K — . wmmmmmmammmmimmmimtmmmmmm ^ immmmmm ^ mmmmmt ^ m ^ Mrs . Fred VivraLt , ! No . 228 Territorial Stroat , B * nton Harbor , Mich . , __ „ , I am pleased to give my experience with wine of Cardul iu I am very grateful for to help . After my first baby was bora I could not Mem to regain my strength , although the doctor gave me atonic which he considered very superior , but instead of getting better I grew weaker every day . My husband came home one evening with some Vine of Cardul andin ; *« hers , as are thoir ambitions , ^ triumphs and defeats . Healthy women do not suffer miscarriage nor does a woman who is healthy suffer tortures at childbirth . It is the woman who is ailing;—who has female weakness—who fears the ordeal o £ becoming a mother . Wine of Oardui builds up the womanly in a woman . It stops all unnatural drains and ststed that i take tt tor a week and see . attains—irregularities which are rewhat tt would do for me . As he seemed sponsible for barrenness and miscar...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

• 2 THE URBANA DAILY COURIER ; Wednesday , march is . 1003 .

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SUFFER BY THEIR GREED . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

SUFFER BY THEIR GREED . Wild Aitlmjills That Are So Rapacious as to Be Easily Lured to Their Death . It may be doubted whether those of nsiwho are able to obtainsufneientf ood without difficulty can appreciate the craving for sustenance experienced by Sea birdsiand other animals which have often by the force , of circums-tances , to fast for longi periods . Gulls will eat natal they cannot fly , and when , they find pilchards on board a boat will continue their feast until they can only lie down and gasp . A superfluity of food comes at such long 1 intervals that when it does come the avian , intellect reels sit the prospect , and what seems * horn • of .-plenty brings dire disaster . Seeing that , gulls and graimets- know no better , . we are not . surprised to hear of a John Dory , stuffed to the very mouth , floating helplessly on . the surface , of the water , unable to escape from a flock of s , ea birds which have deprived it of its eyesight and will quickly take away its Mfe ...

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MARION WOMEN ENDORSE ZOA PliORA . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

MARION WOMEN ENDORSE ZOA PliORA . Prominent Ladies of This City Are Entnusiastic in Their Praise of the RemedyThat Has Cured Them . Marion , Ind ., Judy 11 , 1002— e , the undersigned , have either used Zoa lhora personally , or know of friends who have used it with beneficial results , and believing the remedy will do ail that is claimed for it . cheerfully recommend its use to all women suffering from any of the ills peculiar to the sex . We will gladly give particulars to any lady who may wish to call on or write us , and in order that others may know of the benefits that may be derived from the use of Zoa Phora , we are willing that our names be published in the daily papers : Mrs . Addle . Chambers , 002 E . First at . . . ¦ . Mrs . Eva King , 1120 W . Fifth St . • Mrs . G . Judkins , 711 W . Second St . Mrs . Jennie Moore , 710 Boots St ., So . Mrs , A . m / Curtis , 420 N . Adams , St . Sirs . J . N . Eastes , 3427 S . Itace St . Mrs . Martf C . Dailey , 1713 Euclid Ave . I /...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903

^ m ^ mmammmm ^ pemo ^ WMaiii St . 1 ¦ W Is now located at 1 W Main St . ffl w Third door west of Market ^& jL H A Everything New and Modern . fi ~ ~~ « The patronage of tke Public Z 4 HAfe-1 is Solicited . R | Removed to 106 Main ^ St . | EggggsB ^^ ^\ ft \» y *\»\ j ^\ S ^\ tf \ fl \ axa \ j ^ N * SN » v-9 \ Av «^^*^ w N ^ sSvA ssvavsxassvs ^ svZ I [ THE i g g • 10 A Pflfin MnMODADFD 3 § 15 A hUUU NtWorArtli . § £ - ^© IT GIVES A SYNOPSIS OF ^ te- < £ *> »¦¦ a $ % WHILE IT 18 PRE 8 H . % Covers * the * Local ¥ Field # Completely I g IT WILL BE IMPROVBD FROM TIME / 0 TIME AS SUPPORT WILL WARRANT . g % \ / t g Everybody in Urbana wants a Goo < l Local Daily Paper . The g ( 8 way to get it is to su | scribe / yourseIf and see that your neighbor Q § subscribes also . J / g a : —;— \ . / ¦ : —— —— - g ¦ ^ A CITY-IS HNtfWN BY ITS LOCAL PAPERS . 6 S ^^ you want | i / rbana favorably known . ~*~ I 0 ~~~ : ] . ¥ . ~~ ~ ~ . Q 0 A 1 , 000 more sub...

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