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I : CURES THE SICK ! * , . - -¦ : ... [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
I : CURES THE SICK ! * , . -- ¦ : ... THE ADVANCED METHODS IN MEDICINE OF THE BRITISH-AMERICAN INSTITUTE . A % fl lo the Afflicted-All Chronic DiseaWTreated in a Scientific Manner—No Cas &lt; rs Taken Unless a Cure Can be Effected— -28 Incurables Were Rejected Last Month—Their Office Rooms are Crowded Daily—Many Testimonials From People Who Have Been Cured . , NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION . There is not another office in the city of Champaign that is visited by more people than that of The BritshAmerican Medical Institute . Many of these patients heard of the wonderful succes of their new treatment at the other offices of the Institute In this State , and when they learned through the columns of the press that a branch of the Institute was to be PERMANENTLY LOCATED in Champaign they were not slow to take advantage of the ^ oppofjgjdty to be treated by these emfnenfspecialists . A number of people who have called have been told frankly that their cases were incurable and no fee ...
1 *»>»» i »»»»»** Y » YYYVvinfvrvYVVYVYVVY ¥¥ rvYyyYvyyyvYYYW ( LATEST MARKET NEWS . I | > Furnished by William White and Son , 5 C Members Chicago Board of Trade . 5 t [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
1 *»&gt;»» i »»»»»** Y » YYYVvinfvrvYVVYVYVVY ¥¥ rvYyyYvyyyvYYYW ( LATEST MARKET NEWS . I | &gt; Furnished by William White and Son , 5 C Members Chicago Board of Trade . 5 t \ CHICAGO GRAIN LETTER . Urbana , March 17 . —WHEAT—There was a little spurt of strength early , but the weakness In corn started selling , although May did not decline be . low yesterday s low price , 73 % . The Northwest and . Southwest were the best sellers , but offerings were well taken by commission houses and there was covering of a large short line for a wealthy outside operator . There appeared to be good buying on the largo Uradstreet s decrease , while toward the close the bull element felt encouraged over the large export business that developed . We think the market is now in a position to improve considerably and would favor purchases on all recessions . CORN—it was almost impossible to till orders satisfactorily at the opening , May selling at 45 % and 44 % in different parts of t...
HATS OF CORNHdSKS . Style of Headgear Thnt Will Rival t & e Costly Panama the Com -ing Summer . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
HATS OF CORNHdSKS . Style of Headgear Thnt Will Rival t &amp; e Costly Panama the Coming Summer . Corn husks during the present season have been bought up for the purpose of utilizing them in the manufacture , of a new style of hat which may become ^ both fashionable and popular next summer , says the Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post . The material is cheap . In fact , it is usually wasted . Properly cured corn hu &amp; ks are tough , and may be folded without cracking . Dampened , they may be made to assume any desired shape . The process of working corn husks into hats is novel , somewhat intricate , and is protected by patent . It is said that sampres already turned out are artistic as well as light and strong . An element which enters significantly into the . construction of the hat is the natural 1 shape of the husks , which taper in width from base to tip . When split the parts maintain this configuration , as they parallel the fiber . This tapering of all th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
—DEALER IN—- ¦ .-I- • % ¦ ,. ; ¦ * -. LATH , SHINGLES , DOORS , J * SASH , BLINDS , CEMENT , HAIR , LIME , ETC . Estimates made aad bills furnished forbuilcimgorfapplication . Also dealer in 1 I lu i piCl from the best mines in the country . Highest cash price paid for grain . :: :: :: :: :: LUMBER YARD AND COAL OFFICE MARKET STREET , URBANA . / ~~ , ___/ - THEYTAST / VF . 9 Y jA
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
i— ™» Tr « Mgm »^—« M ___________ B _____ ga __ g _ M _ i _„^ ^^ gM IV . Lewis , Prop ., Champaign , Illinois . I I ^ OF &lt;|^ — 1 I I Pornoio Diinro JmIi 1 1 j uaipclSj Hugo , i ^ p ^ riilffl 1 Curtains , and 9 H 1 1 Housefurnishings WWW j ¦ 3 . , ¦ J _ , \ This sale affords the long-waited- * or opportunity | to secure extraordinary bargains in your household needs . I — — ¦ ¦ 1 I Beautiful Wilton Velvet Carpets in New Ingrain Carpets , Best All Wool Grades , in 1 ; i I 1903 patterns , suitable for any room , li- colors suitable for any room in choice de- I 4 1 brary , parlor , dining room or living rooms ; signs ; this is an exceptional big P P I I I also border and stair carpet to match , take bargain ; special for our annual Wl ^ p i $ I advantage of this offer , as they CW A A March sale ; per yard t / t / U I - / 1 are sold regularly at 1 . 25 &amp; 1 . 85 ; ^ I JI j I I « sp cl for annual March sale ; yd IiVv E , : &gt; Tapestry Brussels Carpets with...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
GOOD NEWS FOR THE SICK . [ Licensed by the State Board of Health of Illinois . ] The representatiTes of thd Chicago Medical and Optical Co ., which has been in Chicago for the last thirty years , in order to demonstrate to the people of Champaigne and vicinltr that their new method of treatment cures all chronic deseascs , no matter of how lone standing , will make Their next regular visit pf &gt; i / -Jnv JM a r OCl and can do consulted at *| to Champaign on » -I lvJc * y , yiVl „! • * ZKJ The Hotel Beardsley . 1 These are the Dijeases mostaSuccessfully Treated by Their Method . V EYE—Weak , watery and granulated lijC wild GOITRE and cancer cured at home wlthon , hairs , cataract or film over ttwjeyes , cross eyes , operation , datRcr or pain . J-i cn ^ d D witho n n 1 ^ E CZEMA in all forms , nervous diseases , rheu- ^ cured without the knife . Spectacjgit « made to or- matism , diseases of stomach , intestinal and Md- ^ EAR-Dcafness , singing , roaring noises , thick- •??...
TOUR OF PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
TOUR OF PRESIDENT Itinerary of Roosevelt s Trip Throughout West Practically Completed . HE WILL LEAVE APRIL I . Will Tour Yellowstone Park , Thence to St . Louis to Attend Dedication Ceremonies . Washington , March 17 . —The itinerary of the president s coming trip has been practically completed . The party will leave Washington on the morning of April 1 , and proceed directly , via the Pennsylvania railroad , to Chicago , arriving there the next morning . April 2 will be spent in Chicago , but the programme for the president s entertainment there has not been completed . He will make an address some time during the afternoon or evening . Prom . Chicago the president will go to Madison , Wis ., where , on the morning of the 3 d , he will address the legislature In the statehouse . Thence he will go to Waukesha and , after a brief stop there , will proceed to Milwaukee . That night he will be entertained at a banquet by the Merchants and Manufacturers association of Milwaukee . In th...
THE DAILY COURIER [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
THE DAILY COURIER PDBUSHKD BY TH » URBAXA COURIER COMPANY 3 . K . GKOOM Manager Office in Courier buildltiK North Kace street , ¦ t rear of Postoffice TKBMS O * SUBSCK 11 T 10 N . Per year $ 5 00 Per week 10 Addiess Tub Uhbasa Courier Co .. Urbana , HI . Entered at tho postofllce at Urbana . Illinois , as second-class matter . Anonymous communications will not be noticed . Rejected communications will not be returned . WOrders for delivery of Thk Daily Coubiib to either residence or place of business may be made by postal card or through telephone , Bell 1781 or Home phone 417 . Any irregularity iu delivery should be immediately reported to the office of publication
OFFER AMENDMENTS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
OFFER AMENDMENTS . Effort to Make Changes In the Panama Canal Treaty llefore llatlllcutlou . Washing-ton , March 17 . —The senate met at 11 o clock Tuesday and went into executive session as soon as the journal was read and approved . Shortly after the doors were closed Senator Money offered a substitute for the fourth article of the treaty , which disavows any intention on the part of the United States to increase its territory at the expense of South or Central America . This is one of the two amendments on which the democrats have agreed to net as a unit . At three o clock the vote was taken on the Money amendment and it- was defeated by a party vote of 51 to 27 . Senator Daniel then offered nn amendment providing- that the treaty should not take effect until approved by congress and proceeded to address the senate upon it . City Republican Primary Convention . A call is hereby issued for a City Hepubiican Primary Convention for the City of Urbana , Illinois , to be held in the C...
WEDNESDAY , MARCH 18 , 1903 . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
WEDNESDAY , MARCH 18 , 1903 . A NON-UNION UNION . There has been organized at Ajider . son , Ind ., a sort of a non-union . It has not only organized , but has incorporated under the laws of the state , and will be in shape to call for some Injunction protection when the opposing labor organization s undertake to prevent the non-union men from being employed . The articles of incorporations set out that the objects of the association shall be to encourage industry , economy , thrift and honesty among its - members ; to maintain amicable relations between employes and employ , ers of labor ; to assist its individual members in obtaining the highest possible wages , consistent with the gentral good of all concerned ; to promote all forms of productive industry and increase the employment of labor at good wages ; to prevent unjust and unreasonable discrimination against any of its members by any person , com . bination or conspiracy to prevent such members from securing employment in a...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
Hood s Sarsaparilla Has won success far beyond the effect &lt; rf advertisingonly . The seere * of its wonderful popularity is eiplatoed by Its unapproachable XJertt . Baaed upon a prescription which « nred people considered incurable , Hood s Sarsaparilla Unites tho beet-known vegetable remedies , by euoh a combination , proportion and process as to have curative power pecunar tc | iteelf . Its cares at scrofula , eczema , psoriasis , and eveiy kind of humor , as well . _ j catarrh ana rheumatism—prove Hood s ^ S &amp; rsaparilla : the beet blood jrarllBr ever produced . % Its cares of dy * pef | iia , loss of appelate and that tfre | fagling make it the &gt; greatest stomach fonfb and strengtbi nstorer the world Wfwever known . Hood s Sarsaparilla 2 ti a thoroughly good weficlne . Begin to take it TODAY . Gil HOODS . f tV , , • i i- *
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
HOW I » YOUR IVIVE &amp; Ifc ^ , U 8 SB 5 ^ iPIiuLS For Bilious and Nervous Disorders , » uch as Wind andlP * ia . ln the Stomach , Sick Headache , Giddiness , Fulness nnd Swelling alter meals . Dizziness Bn 4 Drowsiness , Cold Chills , Flushings ol Heat , Loss ol Appetite , Shortness ol Breath , Costlvehess , Blotches on the Skin , Disturbed Sleep , Frightful Dreams , and nil Nervous and Trembling-Sensation * , &amp; c . Tho First Dose will alva Relief In Twenty Minutes . This Is ^ jjo fiction . Bvery sufferer Is earnestly Invited to try one Ho * olthesc Mils , andI they will Ottockno-wlcdeed to be WORTH A OUINGA A BOX . B EEC HAMS PILLS , Ufcen as directed , will quickly restore Females to complete health . They promptly remove any obstruction or Irregularity ol the system . For a V C \ 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 long...
SMASIMIP ON MONON [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
SMASIMIP ON MONON A Single Track and a Short Siding Cause Collison Between Two Trains . SLEEPERS BOWLED OVER . Ten Passengers Are Injured , But None Seriously—Wreck on Rock Island Road . | . Frankfort , Ind ., March 17 . —Southbound passenger train No . 35 on the Monon railroad was in a wreck at Cyclone , a small town six miles south of here , about 2 : 30 Tuesday morning . The last sleeper on the train was turned over and another sleeper and a day coach were damaged , while the passengers were shaken up and ten of them had scalp wounds and bruises , but all were able to continue , on their way . Cyclone is the meeting- point of the traiu and north-bound train No . 36 . The south-bound train was first to get to Cyclone and found a freight train on the siding-. The freight was so long that all of the passenger train could not get on the siding , leaving 1 half of it on the main track . A heavy fog prevailed and a brakeman from the passenger ifcrain was sent on ahead to flag iha north...
BaaBaaaBasBaaBaaaataasaaaaa 1 PERSONAL NOTES , j KHBBUHHHBglHBBHHBBHKlBBHBaaB [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 18 March 1903
BaaBaaaBasBaaBaaaataasaaaaa 1 PERSONAL NOTES , j KHBBUHHHBglHBBHHBBHKlBBHBaaB Van Doren and family , on West Orchard street . Mrs . E . B . DeLong left Monday for her home in Sadorus , after a visit with K . C . Attebury and family , on West Besliu street . H . Swartz and family , of 1310 West Champaign street , left yesterday for Warren , Minn ., where they will make their future home . Rev . and Mrs . C . B . Taylor of BloomIngtou , are visiting with the latters parents , Mr . and Mrs . J . O . Sheldon , on West Main street . Mr . and Mrs . Wm . Snyder , of Be . ment , who have been visiting Mrs . Ida B . Lindsey and family in this city , will return to their home today . A . B . McDonald , of this city , has traded six residence properties owned by him in this city for a 240 . acre farm near OIney , and expects to move onto It soon . Attorney P . H . Boggs departed yesterday for Anthony , Kas ., where he will spend about ten days looking af . ter the farm owned by his father , th...