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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
( U . BES 0 RE —DEALER IN—LATH , SHINGLES , DOORS , SASH , BLINDS , CEMENT , HAIR , LIME , ETC . Estimates made and bills fur- &gt; nished forbuildingon application . ¦ A ^ s ^ ealer in \ ID ID IT ( M -. from the best mines in the coun- • , try . Highest cash price paid for f : grain . :: :: :: :: :: LUMBER YARD AND COAL OFFICE MARKET STREET , URBANA . w ¦ £ ¦ I Bloher in Quality lUan mos &lt; | - , 10 * GSgars I ; t £# lS * I STKAISH ^ CIGAR l &gt; Compare tliem wilh other Cigars oi )( . K ¦ rou flivJ good rea . or . s for their costing BP rjie dealer mors than other branda 1 / ritANK R LEWIS , Pr . 0 IM . tll . If 1 ORIGINATOR TIN FOIL bMOKER PACKAG 6
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
jSPRGIAL saljbJ IONE CAR LOAD EARLY OHIO SEED 1 I 600 I Pfc flT ITftrft GOO | I bushels rU I AIDES bushels i 0 — | J Famous Red River Valley Stock . | mjyiniyo also special sale on nfyiflltm 1 UIIIUIHU RED , YELLOW 4 WHITE VARIETIES UlllUBlO I Including Onion Sets . $ g At Hidy s Old Stand . jj £ Q _ P _ BLISS Champaign , Illinois . I ^ nwmrommmmsmmmnwmntg % L . A . / VYLEAIN % g 5 LOANS , INSURANCE , REAL ESTATE 3 £ r Gil ! Block . : URBANA , ILL . 2 Pkuuiuuuiuiuuuniuuuuuiuuuui S . E . HJJFF &amp; CO LUMBER LIE , CEMENT HD ML ! If you are going to Build or Repair you cannot afford to miss getting out Sgures . Only the best of everything in our line handled . Prices and treatment always right . Dont forget to :: :: :: BUY COAL AT HUFFS . Come and See Us . Call Us Up . HOME PHONE , 488 ; BELL PHONE , 49 U 5 . E . HUFF &amp; CO Corner Lincoln &amp; University Avei . I 1 mi lElilif ¥ lii ( l i * SC . # ~ JOINT STOCK OO . ~ . i | jg ggg $ NO . 10 MAIN ST . :: CHA...
THE DAILY COURIER [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
THE DAILY COURIER PUBLISHKD BV TUB URBANA COURIER COMPAN 5 T . J . K . GROOM ManaokU Ofllce in Cot-uiER building North Kace street , at rear of Postolliee TEKMS OF SVBSCBI 1 T 10 N . fer year - SS . OO Per week- 10 Addiess The Ukban-a Couriek Co .. Drbaua . 111 . Sntered at the postolliee at Drbana . Illinois , as second-class , matter . Anonymous communications will not be uoliced . Rejected communications will not be returned . • 9-Orders lor 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
DROWNED IN BUNKS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
DROWNED IN BUNKS Steamers Collide on Long Island Sound in a Fog and Six Lives Are Lost . VESSEL BADLY DAMAGED . Five Hundred Passengers Were on Board , But No Panic Followed Accident . New London , Conn . March 20 . —In a fog which descended upon the waters of Long Island sound the big Kail Elver passenger steamer Plymouth , from New York for Tall Kiver , with 500 passengers and a crew of 200 men , was run down while passing through the race by the freight steamer City of Taunton of the same line , bound for New York . A full . hundred feet of the starboard side of the Plymouth was smashed in as if it had been paper , the staterooms of the second cabin were entirely cut away , while down in the hold members of the crew who were asleep in the steerage were drowned by the torrent of water that came through the great gap made by the bow of the freighter . The Known Dead . . The known dead , are : John McCarthy , watchman , head cut off ; Snow Coleman , negro , pantry man , drowned ; Ju...
J A friend of the Hom « - il A foe of tho Tvu-t Calumet fe j Modomtoln prlco-Makos pure . tfood . 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
J A friend of the Hom « - il A foe of tho Tvu-t Calumet fe j Modomtoln prlco-Makos pure . tfood . 1 0111 c In 1 IV e Ironic . London . March 20 . —Colonial Secretary Chamberlain received the city of London s congratulations f &gt; his mission to South Africa in the C . uihlhall , where Lord Mayor Samuel and the corporation presented him with an address of welcome in the presence of a large gathering of distinguished representatives of politics , tho services , art , science , the church , the law and the drama . lllch Gold Strike . El Baso , Tex ., March 20 . —Much excitement has been caused at Parral , Mexico , by the discovery of a phenomenally rich body of ore . The vein is five feet in width and of unknown depth and assays 200 ounces of gold and 2 , 000 ounces of silver to the ton . The Hidalgo mine , where the body of ore was discovered , belongs to a company of Texnns . The MeirKer Cnse . St . Louis , March 20 . —Counsel for the defense continued arguments in the North...
PI- M ^ aET > [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
PI- M ^ aET &gt; for a while than have a lot of rotten . &lt;¦ . .:. pi ! cow pox thrust into his blood . _ e _~ Bvery d : iy The Courier is asked , ,- Ilo \ v is the opera house getting on . To be frank , The Courier does not know . It hopes the project has not died a bornin . There will no doubt be much pavement laid in Urbana this year , and there ought to be a goodly amount of sewer laid . ANNUAL TOWNSHIP MEETING AND ELECTION Xotice is hereby given to the legal voters , residents of the Township of Urbana , County of Champaign , Illinois , that the annual Township meeting and election of orlicers of said Township will take place TUESDAY , the Seventh , uth ) day of AlltlL , proximo , being the tirst Tuesday in said month . The election will begin at the hour of T a . m . and close at o p . m . in tho places designated as follows ; Precinct No . 1 : At Police Justice ( Sims ) Office , City building . Precinct No . _ :. J . M . Chase s paint shop . West Main street...
Spring Humors [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
Spring Humors Come to most people and cause many troubles , —pimples , boils and other eruptions , besides loss of appetite , that tired feeling , fits of biliousness , Indigestion and headache . The sooner one gets rid of them the better , and the way to got rid of them and to build up the system that ha * ¦ offered from them is to take Hood s Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination the Spring Medicine par excellence , of unequalled ftrcngth in purifying the blood as ¦ hown by unequalled , radical and permanent cures of Scrofula Salt Rheum • c ater Head Bolls , PimplwB All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism :. ; Catarrh Dyspepsia , Ete )/ , -. : - Accept no substitute , but be sour * to t &gt; got Hood s , and got it today , V , ¦ l t i - *
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
BU [ LAJ ^^| „ ~ A little thought will convince U 4 R . . -fAVJaft _ _„_ ___ - that the only way to save money Uk ~~ M ? y n &lt;&amp; s ^^ &amp;__ i There is no quicker %$ a to Qb M ^\ / V ^ vV ^^ SM ^ rr wealth , no easier way tflfcfeealth . JO hM ^ - /( iVJv ^ • sT 51 . ar 9 . 1 t ! iu le property will soon grow in- £ r % / illl V ^^ n ^ -Z t 0 , m K er P r ° i , crt y ; il wltI P rov &lt; ! a &amp; K . * inil 1 M ^ i « iumnnn _ mn _ Q « MoSu 5 MC hank to catch your stray pennies jfff ™ lirisiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiif ««™^« - we , irc « jni estat ° &amp; [ JfiiO 1 «« agents ; we have some good oilers $ i i / Ik I WW t 0 »» , ke &gt; ou « ht ow ; but I ? , nd S lS-i P ^ PSii i yoU ) w 0 don t know how long 0 TO » 1 \\ tKb _ -jT : ~~ - 1 , 0 n , t 1 , UiU 1 CilStlCS in t , 1 C air - ^ R y . , « i _ Ja ^«« B H v ] jjggWM-- I ) ou i t th j llk t i ,, lt you w ; n buy a Qk ? Q home by and by . By and by is a land positively empty ; . _ ...
^ UMWWM _——M*—W *~—^*** < M * — aaaaaaasaiaaaaHiaMaMiaaBacsnaBi 1 PERSONAL NOTES . a H ., K « Ettl __ I _ I !_ 5 Kk 2 Ki-t-8 t » Ktf BI-l-SaBa [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
^ UMWWM _——M*—W *~—^*** &lt; M * — aaaaaaasaiaaaaHiaMaMiaaBacsnaBi 1 PERSONAL NOTES . a H ., K « Ettl __ I _ I _)_!_ 5 Kk 2 Ki-t-8 t » Ktf BI-l-SaBa Subscribe for The Courier . Telephone T ^ tpourier . S . G . Lehma „| was up from Sidney yesterday . Frank Ileeb has gone to Indianapolis on business . Jesse Kirkpatrick was in from Mayview yesterday . Miss Jessie Layton has recovered after a week s illness . George K . Martin , of Mansfield , was in the city yesterday . Mrs . J . L . Hardesty has returned to her home in Kautoul . G . II . and Herman Burns , of Royal , were in town yesterday . Mr . Kincheloe , of Sidney , was in the city yesterday on business . The little son of Mr . and Mrs . Fred Eiklor is reported quite ill . Dan P . McCracken , of Paxton , was in the twin cities yesterday . Judge 0 . C . Staley is spending the week at his farm in Missouri . A . W . Martinie , of Longview , transactor business in the city Friday . Patrick Murphy continues quite low at his hom...
ii 53 Kcsfta & I County News [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
ii 53 Kcsfta &amp; I County News „ ^ _ zc _ K _ sa-ca _ s _ _~^_ j _ a ^ CONDIT . Our roads are simply awful . Weather man says rain today . Harry Warner is slowly improving . James Hammonck is working for D . • Baumer . Mary Condit is home this week from C . II . S . Havent heard any oat seeder hummin yet . Lee Putnam was a Champaign visitor Monday . John Hays made a business trip to Fisher the last part of the week . The Susdorf and Nelson lawsuit was heard at the Urbana courthouse Wednesday . Joe Mounts , Charles Gourdier and Tom Quinn were Champaign callers the first of the week . A party of young folks spent a very enjoyable evening at the home of Mr . and Mrs . L . F . Putnam . Resolutions ol Respect . Whereas , The Almighty Father , in his infinite wisdom , has seen fit to call from our midst our beloved brother and fellow Workman , Winton Keimund . and Whereas , We feel the loss of his companionship , and have a deep sympathy for his bereaved family , be it Resolved ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
1 _ nn VAIT I 1 Remember Those White Waistings I ? WE HAD A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO ? $ m We received a new lot this week that beats anything we have had this season . Mercerized irc » Oheviots , Basket Cloth and Vestings in plain - ^ ^^ - — , ^^ g m Uk cloth and fancy weave , light or heavy weight , J ^§ J # iO m fwf * \ lf ~ M 2 _) 72 at the very low price of :: - _ fc V _/ LKJ t- / v- / 0 VIX » i Outings 31 c a yd . IaT ; gffiB = F _? Outings 3 fc a yd , I £ &amp; _ A g — - ¦ . $ | i W J * R ¥ J V $ 7 I 1 /* \ M ^ /^/ T J l MmN STREET , I § % JT 9 &lt; Lj 9 £ j UbJJZ ? CijjP 8 \ s : \* URBJWJl , : ILL . ..- &amp;&amp; fl &amp; $£ 5 &amp; % Z $£$£%£ 3 &amp; 5 &amp; $£ 3 &amp; 3 &amp; 3 &amp; 5 ® $ ^ W 3 ® $ ^ 5 ® 5 (^&amp;&amp;&amp;&amp; $ G &amp; 4 lM - ¦ -M h i * „ 5 * H Vt *
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
Spring Suitings ! 4 __ 2 TROUSERINGS , Of Foreign and Domestic Woolens , for fii HLJiioiii . JOHN ROSS , 103 Main St ., : : : Urbana . Also repairing , cleaning and pressing done in a workmanlike manner . ¦ M MISS , DES 10 RE 206 E . Green Street fJnHQOflO URBANA , ILLINOIS | SflUUUUllU Too Late to Classif y . WANTED—A Bakers helper ; must be experienced . Call Sunday morning at 123 North Kace street , Urbana . 107-t 2 FOK KENT—Rooms at 502 South Race street ; inquire at house . Modern improvements . Also house of 5 rooms : city water ; corner of Green and Market streets . Inquire of G . W . Call . 197-tO *
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
^ . _ I ^^ y E do not know just how far our wail paper stock would extend if un &gt; OUCH an assortment is seldom found . We are sure that our patrons , rolled in a continuous strip , but the distance would be measured by appreciate the variety of designs , the quality of the papers and the fair Lmiles . Never before have the people of this locality had an opportunity to ; ® aa p prices at which we offer them . To make a selection without looking them $ ck from a stock so ample as ours , X X 3 C 2 £ &lt; C X X X X X X ^^ over wil 1 be a sin a gainst Your own bcst interests , X X X X X X X &lt;*&gt; MMMM ^«_ NM « HH _ iHMM » aMaHH &gt; n » n &gt;« aM « BiMMWMM-mna _ -Mm- « HWwmaw ^ *¦ m ——¦ * wwmi i —iii » i—nu , —__«¦ — _¦_« — _ ¦¦ !¦ . » im « immwii iiiiimiii hub ¦¦ um , finm * » , * t , n&gt;—m—t—— ^ Bm ^ mmi—mmiimmBmimtmmHmm ^^^ mimmB ^ B ^ + mmmm ^^^^^^^^^ M—t—^^^^^—^^^^^ . ^— , ^ miu-J-i ^ -- ^——J _ - _ : : i ; ^ ¦ ^ ¦ ¦ ^...
M I RUSH UK [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903
M I RUSH UK Ten to Twenty-Five People Called Each Day Last Week lor Free Examination . Many of the Callers Were Bluntly Told That the Glasses Eitted by Other Opticians Were as Good as Could be Had at Present Time , or That Their Trouble Could Not be Corrected With Glasses—This Fact of Not Attempting to Intimidate Everybody Into a Purchase Has Won the Confidence of the Public and as a Result of Their Fair Dealing the Eye Specialists are Busy From Morning Until Night . One More Week Mr . and Airs . Ratliff Will Remain in Urbana at the Columbian Hotel , or Until Saturday , Alarch 28 , Giving Free Examination of Eyes . 105 Pairs of Glasses Fitted in Urbana During the Past Two Weeks .