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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
5 . E . HUFF &amp; G 0 LUM &amp; R . LI , ffiUD COIL ! - ; If you are going to Build or Repair / oti cannot afford to miss getting out figures . Only the best of everything in our line handled . Prices and treatment always right . Don t forget to :: :: :: BUY COAj / AT HUFFS , Come and Se / Us . jf Cjdl Us Up . HOME PIIONr ^ 488 j ^ tll / PIIONE , 4914 f $ ? s S . E . WUFF &amp; CO Corner Lincoln &amp; University A \ es . iiMTiiiE 206 E . Green Street jujOfidCltD URBANA . ILLINOIS gjfEUUGOlIU I i WE ARE NOT PUSHING The Laundry Business But if w y ° u yv want A GOOD JOB DONE ON YOUR SHIRTS , COLLARS and CUFFS .- . -.. • f AND WILL TAKE rilE TROtJULE OF . ** TAKING TH 3 M TO THE TROY UNNDRT or the New Columbian Hotel Ri rfrW you will liavc them laundried &amp; »• LOW RATES -TOCALIFORNIA , WASHINGTON , MONTANA , OREGON , IDAHO AND UTAH —VIABig Four Route One Way Coloalst Tickets at very ; ow rates on sale Bally from February L 5 th to April 30 th...
CURES THE SICK ! [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
CURES THE SICK ! THE ADVANCED METHODS IN MEDICINE Lfe OF THE BRITISH-AMERICAN | f INSTITUTE , A Boon to the Afflicted—AH Chronic Diseases Treated in a Scientific Manner—No Cases Taken Unless a Cure Can be Effected—28 Incurables Were Rejected Last Month--Their Office Rooms are Crowded Daily—Alany Testimonials From People Who Have Been Cured . NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION . There is not another office in the city of Uhampaign that is visited by more people , than that of The BritshAmerlcan Medical Institute . Many of these patients heard of the wonderful succes of their new treatment at the other c $ tees of th ® Institute in this State , asjjBj when they learned through the coluWs of the press that a branch of the Institute was to be PERMA- / ¦ KNTLX LOCATED in Champaign ( . uey were not slow to take advantage ( -- • of the opportunity to be treated by these eminent specialists . A number of people who have called have been told frankly that their cases were incurable and no fee was ask...
I LATEST MARKET NEWS . 5 > Furnished by William White and Son , 5 V Members Chicago Board of Trade . Js [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
I LATEST MARKET NEWS . 5 &gt; Furnished by William White and Son , 5 V Members Chicago Board of Trade . Js CHICAGO GRAIN LETTER . Urbana , March 1 J . —W 1 IKAT—The market displayed strength early on llrin cables and the threatened cold wave , although crop advices from the Southwest were of a character to make a great number of local operators bearish in their views . There w ; ts selling by the Northwest , while long wheat came out on a report of increased Argentine shipments for the week . A fair sized export business was worked and it would appear as if considerable wheat will be moved from here on opening of navigation . Should any recessions appear we would favor purchases . CORX—Receipts were light and there was a better demand for drying purposes and enough commission house buying appeared with shorts covering to create fair sized advances , but the closing was rather soft . A good deal of changing took place , selling of May and buying of July . On dips we would fav...
POSTURES OF THE FEET . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
POSTURES OF THE FEET . Well-Bred Girls of To-Day Seem to Lack TrmliilnB In This Im ~ portuut Particular . Why in the name of the graces are the girls of to-day not better trained in regard to the disposition of their feet ! said a masculine critic recently , reports the New York Tribune . Especially , he continued , as it seems quite permissible nowr adays to show foot and ankle with perfect freedom . In olden days young women were taught to sit with their pretty feet daintily crossed before them—a position which can never be awkward—but now the postures assumed by our society maidens are ungainly in the extreme . Well bred , charming girls to tho knees , I heard some one comment last summer , at a function where short skirts were worn ; but below the knees—rough peasants . Did you ever see such positions ? And I looked nnd marveled . Feet widely separately and planted flatly and heavily on the floor -was one favorite position , another was tucking each foot around the legs of the c...
e CONDENSED SPECIALS . " [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
e CONDENSED SPECIALS . New York banks sent $ 1 , 500 , 000 to t Chicago , the move causing a bad im- 1 pression in financial circles in the i : former city . Chicago congressmen will have at their disposal March 4 the appointment of five midshipmen to enter the naval academy at Annapolis . r The New Jersey supreme court de- 1 nies the right of National Biscuit stockholders to see books of the cor- t poration under certain conditions . ^ An appeal has been issued in jj Sweden calling for contributions for 1 the purpose of endowing a chair at g naturial science in Augustana college „ in Illinois . 1 An alleged plot of New York bell § boys to rob hotels astounds the t &gt; police , who say the accused h ad cor- j respondents in leading cities and were compiling a list of wealthy per- t sons . p Cuban soldiers at Cabanas fortress , % Havana , refused to obey orders and ] were attacked with a sword by the J officer of the day . Twenty-two aro r reported hurk and all will be court...
& K 7 Senator Mason ' s Pugilistic Son . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
&amp; K 7 Senator Mason s Pugilistic Son . Senator Mason has a youthful son , Rodney , who is very much of a puncher . As a tot he was puny . This fact impelled his fond parents to encourage him In strenuous exercise . Among other things he -was trained to hit a punching bag , and so enamored of that form of sport did the lad become that in school he has developed strong puglisticpropensitles . He was placed in a well-known Quaker Institution for boys nnd displayed such a propensity of settling all difficulties by fistic encounters that the senator decided it was wiser that Roderick should prosecute his studies elsewhere . He had licked all the boys in the school . After the election of Representative Hopkins to he senator from Illinois , succeeding the present Incumbent , the Mason family was assembled one evening lamenting their enforced departure from Washington , talking over prospects , what the senator should do when he went out of office and what was likely to become ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
GiAflBESGnE ,.. £ £ . - ^ DEALER . IN- | Ilath , shingles , doors , sash , jblinds , cement , hah * , lime , etc . ^ dk 4 , t i Estimates n / ade and bills furnished forbuilPingon application . vVlso dealer in / i SOFT 11 from the b / st mines in the country . Hiopest cash price paid for LUMBEj / YARD AND COAL OFFICE MARKET STREET , URBANA . i : ! — -r ¦ ¦ —&gt; rs Rett so Rlct a Ca : llli ? i ¦¦ ¦ k TSDPa lCc . W . Oprs K « S &gt; Gosl , snei £ bEwer I s &amp; wjgtfkmm I &lt; P % « SiAS £ I h &lt; CftU * i * . « Mfrr * , MowA . tu . ^ ¦ eaitm * TiiM tm r &lt;»&lt; i « mo «* »» eiiMl . l &gt; • lljUlgWWII — MIIIWBIII i » w » ri ;»« ii l _ MI I III———j , ; w # * Mn — n * W ~ 7 * V &amp;^ : ~ m ~ ~ i— __ r ~ ^*^ ° K-
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
jSPEGIAL SALE | | ONE CAR LOAD EARLY OHIO SEED | l 6 oo nftTATArft I e °° i 11 BUSHELS Hi IAI UtSI BUSHELS i 0 i y » n Famous Red Rirwer Valley 3 toclc . 2 miymiyo also spbcial ~ Se ON ^ iinMo 1 U 11 I U I ! lU RED , YELLOW / 4 WHIP VARIETIES U 11 1 U I lU § Including O / iion Sets . S 9 At Hidy s Old Stand . | jtU » l / ll BLISS Champaign , Illinois . 1 gwmmmwmmwifiimmmmwwg I L . PJ . M ^ EAN 1 g ^ LOANS INSURANCE , REAL ESTATE ^ S ^ Gill Block / URBANA , ILL . 3 ^ uaauuMuuuuuiuuuauiuuuiui ifPadiiic Coastlft M— imm from Chicago daily , Febraai 7 15 to Anrffso . sbbI H ^ m Daily and ijersonaliy Conducted Eftursions in H H HjH Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars B B s ^ H H Only $ 6 . 00 doable berth . Choice . i ^^ outes . Dining cars , 9 H HoH meals a la calte . The only douWf-track railway between BBS ^ ft \^ A Chicago ana the Missouri ffliver . The direct route , mW JB ___\ . Fast time . I Splendid sen ^ e . Three trains a day to JV Mm m ]» . San FpnciscQ / tos Ange ! es , ^ fc * M ^ g...
THE DAILY COURIER [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
THE DAILY COURIER PlBLISHKD BV TUS URBA . VA COURIER COMPANY . 3 . K . QKOOM Mawaokb Office In Cowrikr buikliiiB North Kace street , &gt; t rear of Postottice TERMS OF SVBSCKIITIO . V . Per year 55 . 00 Per week 1 iui ncuiv- . _ ......-..-.- .. ~ AtWiess The Urbana Courikr Co .. Urbaua , 111 . Entered at the postofflee at Urbana , Illinois , as sccoud-class matter . Anonymous communications will not be noticed . Rejected communications will not be returned . WOrders for delivery ol 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
- 4 QHB ^^^ S : gED > [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
- 4 QHB ^^^ S : gED &gt; FRIDAY , MARCH 20 , 10 ( 33 . REASON FOR OPPOSITION . The following letter from the superintendent of the Western Union Telegraph company tells why the company are opposing certain bills : There have been introduced in the Illinois legislature the following bills , which were inimical to the interests of the company , and their introduction were actuated in some cases by malice and in others by selfish motives . House bill 55 , by Nohe . To prevent telegraph and telephone lines being used to promote gambling . On its face this would seem to be a laudable measure , but its meaning is better explained in the bill itself , which is far from being creditable to its author . It is a judiciary matter and the employes of telegraph companies should not be required to judge as to who does or does not conduct a bucket shop . The law against bucket shops is supposed to be sufficient and can be enforced without striking the bucketshops over the telegraph company...
BAR OF GOLD DISAPPEARS I [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
BAR OF GOLD DISAPPEARS I Found Missing When Wabash Train Reaches Depot at Detroit . CONSIGNED TO BUFFALO . The Bar Was Worth Over $ 20 , 000 —May Have Been Misplaced —Detectives on Case . Detroit , Mich ., March 19 . —A bar of gold , said to be valued at . $ 20 , 000 to $ 23 ,- 300 , disappeared from the express car of Wabash train I \ o . 4 , which arrived at the union station from the west atji ght o clock and left for Buffalo at nidnig-ht . The property was in charge , of the Pacific Express company and was consigned to Buffalo . Just as soon as the messenger missed the gold he notified the local express agent of the company , who in turn asked the police to assist in the search for the missing treasure . Detectives Pat on Case . Every available detective of the staff of Chief of Detectives McDonnell was issigned to the case and private detectives vveire also retained to assist . The general manager is expected in the city at 11 : 55 and he will then give out a statement . Pendin...
Fussing Is Unhealthy . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
Fussing Is Unhealthy . It somebody does a mean thing to you , don t try to got even . Just let them he mean . bet them snarl and hiss : let them be sarcastic and contemptuous : let them do the bickering and the backbiting . Because they do these things is no reason why you should . Xo one likes or admires such a person ; then why should you want to make yourself like them ? The better way is to hold yourself above such little petty meanness . Maintain your dignity and self-poise , and with a smile go straight on about your business , and say with Paul , Xone of these things move me . Give the other person the monopoly of hate , envy and jealousy : then watch its effect upon them . It will make them sour and haggard and lean and sallow . It will make them sick after a while . It will convert the wine of life into its bitter lees . Like attracts like , and all the mean , envious , hateful thoughts sent out attract to themselves other thoughts of the same kind ; and then , like chicken...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 20 March 1903
MONFY TO U LOAN lilUliLI 1 LUnlih PERSONAUHATTLEOR REAL ESTATE SECURITY ^ FIRE INSURANCE WRITTEN IN SUBSTANTIAL COM- :: PANICS AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES :: Come in and talk to mo jr j bout Red River Valley , Minnesota , Land . I have a good | iing Tor you . JM- __ S . W . LOVE , Urbana . I /\ _ \ y ¦ - ^ a aammm—««—— mamam n ¦ n i nm imBmmmaimnmMmBmM *^ ammm ^ amm ^* mBmMa * Mi ^ m % AT THE NEWI STAND H- GPOSfi ============== fi fjas reniou ^ ed to &amp;* - . I Wo . 2 I &amp; West Main St . w % I / ^ f Plumbing , Steam estimates furnished f nd fl ot Water Heating . Scientific Sanitary :: 1 / :: Work Guaranteed . t / mmmmmmmmk ^ mmmmmmm ^ mmm ^ mmm . Think of It in the Night | H If necessary to remember tb 3 zact , that TRANS-CONTI- ^ JB NENTAL . trains of the NO itTHERN PACIFIC railway 3 S reach nearly all the points of REAL IMPORTANCE in 8 II the Northwesf / _ l ji | Beginning ? -at St . Patff , Minneapolis , Duluth and | £ • jjB Superior andjending with / Seattl...