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GIRL IS ADJUDGED INSANE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
GIRL IS ADJUDGED INSANE . Miss Anna Reagan ot Champaign Seat to Kankakee Hospital . Miss Anna Reagan , of Champaign , was adjudged insane by a commission in . the * county court yesterday . The hearj |© was before-Judge F . M . Shonkwile ^^ f Montlcello . who was . called ^ to this county in the absence of Judge C . 0 . Staley . Miss Reagan was taken to tho hospital at Kankakee in the afternoon by Sheriff Ola rk . . Hoopeston Is Pious . The enterprising city of Hoopeston has decreed that no man can become a member of her social club who ln-dulgea-itl betting or intoxicants .
P . AND E . OFFICIALS HERE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
P . AND E . OFFICIALS HERE . Brass Collars Spend a Night in the Twin Cities . A inspection party of Peoria and Eastern ollicials spent Thursday night here . In the bunch were M . D . Schaff , i general superintendent ; Harry J . Underbill , trainmaster ; C . K . Haverfleld , chief dispatcher ; Miles Gibson , \ road foreman of engines ; Ford Woods , general freight agent ; Sam Townsend , traveling freight agent ; T . S . Bunn , general agent , Bloomington ; H . N . Griggs , freight agent , Peoria ; W . S . Winters , agent at Peoria , and George Markley , of Crawfordsville . Fined Usnal Sura . A Big Four machinist was given the usual fine and costs in Magistrate . Sims court yesterday morning , on pleading guilty to a charge of drunkenness .
ARCOLA WANTS AN ELEVATOR [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
ARCOLA WANTS AN ELEVATOR Movement on Foot Among the Farmers to Establish One . Areola Herald : A movement is on . foot to establish a farmers elevator in Areola . Just what may come of this attempt we are unable to say , but we are creditably informed that some of the leading farmers of this vicinity , have signified their willingness to take _ stock in the concern . Tuscola , Hayes and other towns of this locality have farmers elevators , but we are unable , to give information as to how profitable they are proving .
PACKERS HEAVILY FINED . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
PACKERS HEAVILY FINED . Defendant )) , tn Onater ProeaeiMnsfs In Missouri Mnst Pay 910 , 000 or Leave the State . • ——_ * Jefferson City , Mo ., March 20 . —The . Armour , Cudahy , Swift , Hammond and the Schwartzschilds and Sulzberger packing 1 companies , the five defendants in- the ouster proceedings brought by tbe attorney general-of Missouri . against the alleged beef combine last summer , were fined $ 5 , 000 each in the Missouri supreme court , and ordered to pay the costs , of the case , which amount to $ 5 , 000 . Unless the fines and costs are paid within 30 days , thet - defendants will be . ousted from Ihei state , so the court orders . Journey of a Pin . • . Policeman John Coleman , of Quincy , had a pin extracted from his foot that ho had swallowed several years ago . The pin had worked its way through his body . Rantoul Men in Toils . - ~ D . Williams , deputy United States .-: ,. marshal , arrested two men at Ran-. ;; ; C toul under the charge o ~ illegal liquor , . ...
PRAISE FOR PENNELL . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
PRAISE FOR PENNELL . Yale AlamnI Weelcly Praises tho Man Who Met n Trnslc Dealth in Buffalo . New Haven , Conn ., March 20 . —The Yale Alumni Weekly publishes a long statement signed by seven members of the class of 87 in appreciation of the late Arthur R . Pennell , of Buffalo , whose death occurred under tragic circumstances a short time after the murder of Edwin L . Burdick . The article characterizes Pennell as a man of the finest Yale type . It says his course during the trying days immediately preceding his d . enifh was thoroughly characteristic of the man and served only to strengthen and confirm the confidence of his friends , and concludes thus : Not all the sons of Yale are worthy of her , but in this man s life she can find no cause for anything but pride .
Township Committee Meets . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
Township Committee Meets . The new republican township committee met Thursday evening and organized by electing George M . Bennett , chairman , and Joseph W . Roger , secretary . Mr . Hoyer has served the past two years as secretary , and Is well acquainted with the duties of the office . The committee is getting in shape for the township election .
THE STEEL HIGHWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
THE STEEL HIGHWAYS will bo extended from ten to twelve hours , and guaranteed service may be abolished . The running schedule is announced as sixty hours , but that time is seldom made , and the most unsatisfactory condition has become chronic . The trouble with running fast freigths is that , slow freights are delayed too much by keeping tho tracks clear for the llyers , and the result is that the system of freight forwarding is too easily changed into a condition of chaos . LUOAVY PASSKXGKK TRAFFIC . The Clover Deaf railroad anticipates a heavy amount of passenger tratlic during the St . Louis exposition , and are making many preparations to successfully handle what comes their way . New rails will bo laid at many points on the road , curves will be straightened out and the heavy grades cut down . The company expects to have their road in tirst-class condition when the St . Louis fair opens and tho extra business which they will do during-that time will amply pay for the improveme...
DR . BENADOM CERTIFIES . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
DR . BENADOM CERTIFIES . and swore to the same with a full • knowledge of its contents . JAS . RALSTON , Notary Publiic . Commission expires July 4 th , 1903 . 1 IOMK UNI ) ORS 13 MllNT . Maquoketa , Iowa , Feb . 15 , 1002 To Whom it May Concern : Wo , the citizens of Maquoketa , Iowa , take great pleasure as citizens in noting the succes of our professional men , and especially one who has chosen our city as his home , and cordially and heartily join in this public expression of goodwill and esteem for one of our fellowtownsmen , Dr . J . w . Benadom . And we unreservedly assert that since his residence among us he has been ever at the front in all public enterprises ami public benefactions , and that the hundreds of cures he has performed have been as permanent as they have seemed marvelous . A man of honor and integrity , he holds a high place * in our esteem , and we are proud to present him with this public testimonial of our appreciation of his worth as a citizen and physician...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
-When Your Appetite L J I Plays Truant— ^ 1 | J To Coax L I It Back . I \ Sold only in In-er-seal Packages 1 If ^ NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY xsfe jr HV ^^^ -, ^ -j r &gt; ^ £ Z &gt;^ S ^ T \ TJ &amp; ON PERSONAL , CHATTLE OR REAL ESTATE SECURITY FIRE INSURANCE WRITTEN IN SUBSTANTIAL COM- :: PANIES AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES :: Come in and talk to me about Red River Valley , Minnesota , Land . I have a good thing for you . Jtoto—S . W . LOVE , Urbana . J ! You Want a Good TPEjf £% fil $ I f % 11 Ift with v o U R DAILY PAPER THE OUUHlEli ™&gt;™ In Urbana Support ^^^ ^^ MtM ^^^ MWi ADVERTISING ! W . Lewis , Prop ., Champaign , Illinois . ^&gt; OF &lt;^ ~—- Hniioofiirniohinffc ? SB ^^ H ^ SM UUMlUHlIbllllip .-PPIaq ^ f — .. tt . n -1 1 M . | H i iii i it This sale affords the Jong-waited * or opportunity to secure extraordinary bargains in your household needsjQ . ; Beautiful Wilton Velvet Carpets in New Ingrain Carpets , Best All Wool Gra...
• 6 URES THE SICK [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
• 6 URES THE SICK THE ADVANCED METHODS IN MEDIGIN / OF THE BRITISH-AMERICAN INSTITUTE . I &amp; A Bo W , the . Afflicted—All Chronic Dis- ^ 1 $ g &gt; ca i . treated in a Scientific Manner—No Cases Taken Unless a Cure Can be EffectE * ed—28 Incurables Were Rejected Last Month--Their Office Rooms are Crowded Daily—Many Testimonials From People Who Have Been Cured . y N 0 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 otllces of the Institute in this State , and when they learned through tho columns of the press that a branch Of the Institute was to be PERMANENTLY L OCATED in Champaign they were not ftn ? iV to take advantage ol the opportunity to be treated by these eminent specialists . A number of people who have called ha KJll | J told frankly that their cases were ...
• || jLATEST MARKET NEWS . c >> . - ——— . — Furnished by William White and Son , _ L 5 c Members Chicago Board of Trade . *> [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
• || jLATEST MARKET NEWS . \ c &gt;&gt; . - ——— . — Furnished by William White and Son , _ L 5 c Members Chicago Board of Trade . *&gt; CHICAGO GRAIN LETTER . Urbana , March _() . —WIUCAT—There was a rush to sell at the start on the largo Argentine shipments , cold weather in the Southwest being ignored , but shorts were disposed to cover on the appearances of support und buying against privileges . There was selling by the Southwest while there appeared to bo some commission house buying for the Northwest . Clearances were light , while crop reports were very favorable , although there was somo fear expressed as regards damage by the cold . simp . Sentiment was bearish , but changes fn values were unimportant with the closing firm . CORN—Elevator people with dryers were the buyers of low grades at an advance of about J /_ c , while there was buying of the futures by commission houses on the wet weather and light movement . A feature was the buying of July by...
^^ K ^^^^^ B ^*~"" 5 Br [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
^^ K ^^^^^ B ^*~ 5 Br 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 PARE plus § 2 . 00 for round trip , ickets good going 15 days from date of sale , and stnp 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 , pl...
BIG FOUR ROUTE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
BIG FOUR ROUTE C * C C , &amp; STY L , .. j 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 , N _ w 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 , ria BIO FOUR ROUTE Commencing October 15 th , 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 advantage of the low rates and long return limit . ...
All Irish but tile An 9 . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
All Irish but tile An 9 . Matthew J . Donohue , a Tammany dlrtrict leaders tells this story of an Englishman and an Irishman who were discussing the old race question . When England wants a really good man she s got to go to Ireland to get him , said the Irishman . Look at Roberts . Look at Kitchener . Both Irish . I suppose yon think that Wellington was an Irishman , said tho Englishman . Sure . And Nelson . Sure . I guess youd claim Caesar if you had a elianco . Sure . All good fighting men are Irish . ¦ Well , said the Englishman ns a - clincher . To go back further , what _ , would do do with Balaam ? Oh , that s nil right , retorted the Irishman . Balaam was Irish , but the ass was English . —New York Times . Whats In a Name ? Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve . E . 0 . DeWitt &amp; Oo . of Chicago , discovered , some years ago , how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for-piles . For blind , bleeding , itching and protruding p...
ITEMS OF INTEREST . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
ITEMS OF INTEREST . So short is the wheat crop of Australia that inquiry for American wheat is being made . The annual loss of frnit from insects is put by the United States entomologist ( it 9300 . 000 , 000 . During last year there were 430 , 000 teachers in 240 , 000 public school buildings in the United States . Tho faculty of Columbia university has added a course in automobile mechanics to tho curriculum . Puerto Cabello lias a line harbor and La Gnuyra an open roadstead with a costly breakwater . Tho oat crop and sugar crop of tho United States have each increased tenfold in fifty years . It is a popular saying in Brazil that every ton of rubber from the upper Amazon costs two lives . The number of passengers carried by boats on the great lakes is from a qunrter to a third of a million each season . If You Were Scared Kasily you might suppose that the pain in the lower part of your back meant kidney trouble . But being a person of sense you know it is only muscular stilTness ...