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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903

A JOLLY ONE THE WELSBACH IS A JOLLY GOOD LIGHT . THERE IS NO DENYING IT . THERES NO USE IN GETTING . ALONG WITHOUT IT ; GOOD FOR THE EYES , • MAKING THE FINEST LIGHT EVER INVENTED 111 M If :, US S ELECTRIC CO . ^ a ^ MfliB - ^ Cor . Main and Walnut Sts . Bowling Alley . THE ONLY REGULATION ALLEYS IN THE TWIN CITIES . Everything New and Up-to-Date Your patronage Solicited ( 24 West Elm Street . URBANA ILLINOIS . ^ S ¥ wrl BILLIARD HALL . ! 25 WEST MAIN ST 4 SKISIII : i en _!&< $ _? Mi ..

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903

IEOKIA AND EASTERN RAILWAY Short Line East and West . Departures , No . EASTWARD 2 Local express for Indianapolis and Cincinnati C 3 t a m 4 ( Arrives ) Local express between Urbana and Ieoria a 05 p m lfi lnlianai > o ! is , Cleveland . Cincinnati . Columbus , Uoston , BulTalo , Albany and New York 10 45 a m 15 Indianapolis . Cleveland , lioston and New York Limited , arrives in New York fcOOnuxi day 2 45 P m 36 Columbus , Cincinnati , Cleveland , Boston . New York and all points east and southeast via Indianapolis and Cincinnati 11 21 p m No . WESTWARD 41 Mloomincton , Peoria , Kansas City .-3 24 a m 5 Local express for Peoria 7 30 a m 9 Peoria , Kansas City , St . Paul , St . Louis , Denver and Pacitic coast -. 1120 a m 11 Peoria . Bloomington . Kansas City . Omaha and all points west 3 30 p m — ( Arrives ) Local express between Cincinnati , Iuiauapolls and Urbana---8 24 p m Trains 11 , IS , 36 and 43 are daily . Drawing room and dinlnit cars on trains 11 , 18 and trai...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903

Cheap Tickets To Many Points in the West , Southwest —AND— > Southeast —VIABIG FOUR ROUTE On sale the first and third Tuesday oC each month to and including A » ril , 1903 . ONE WAY SECOND-CLASS COIX ) NIAL TICKETS AT VERY LOWRATES FROM ALL BIG- FOUR ) FOINTS , For full information and particulars as to rates , tickets , limits , call on Agents Big Four Route , or address the undersigned . WARREN J . LYNOH , Genl Pass . & Ticket Agt , . Cincinnati , Ohio . W . D . DEPPE , Asst , G . P . & T . A .. Cincinnati , Ohio . JNO . A . GLOVER , Agt LOW RATES -TOCALIF 0 RNIA , WASHINGTON , MONTANA , OREGON , IDAHO AND UTAH —VIA . — Big Four Route One Way Colonist Tickets at very low rates on sale daily from February 15 th . to April 30 th , inclusive . For full Information and particulars as to rates , tickets , limits , call on , Agents Big Four Route / or address ., , the undersigned ,, . . WARREN J . LYNOH , , . - , ; , Genl Pass . & Ticket Ag...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903

SATURDAY , MARCH 21 , 1003 . 8 THfi URBANA DAILY COURIER - —— .

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AT MERCY OF FLOOD [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903

AT MERCY OF FLOOD Water Eight Feet Deep Running Through Streets of Marion , Ark . PEOPLE ARE PENNED IN . Resolve to Dynamite Levee Unless a Rescue Boat Is Sent Without Further Delay . Memphis , Tenn ., March 20 . —A special from Marion , Ark ., received at a late hour , tells of great havoc by the flood at that point and says that such extremities have been reported by the people there that it was decided at a conference of prominent citizens to use dynamite on the levee Friday at Mount City , Ark ., unless the St . Francis levee board sent a rescue boat through the break a-t Trices Landing before jioon . UlKli Water In Street * . Water is running eight feet deep through every street of the town with fearful force and a rapid rise is in progress . Twenty white persons ar « quartered in the second story of the courthouse and fully 200 negroes , many without food , are penned up in various buildings of the village . Several hundred head of stock , without sufficient food , are on stat...

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SESSION IS ENDED [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903

SESSION IS ENDED Senate Adjourns Sine Die After Adopting the Cuban Reciprocity Treaty . DURATION OF THE TREATY An Amendment Requires House Action Before the Treaty Becomes Effective . Washington , March 20 . —The special session of the senate adjourned sine die at 5 : 30 o clock Thursday after ratifying the Cuban treaty with an amendment requiring the cooperation of the house __ making the treaty effective . Department officials are alarmed lest the Cuban senate reject the treaty as amended and insists on immediate action by the United States . Outline- of the Treaty . The Cuban treaty , ratified by the senate , was negotiated in Havana , December 11 , 1902 , between Gen . Tasker H . Bliss , representing the United States , and Senors Carlos de Saldo and Jose M . Gracia Monies , representing Cuba . The United States senate made several amendments to the document . As ratified by the senate Thursday , it provides that all merchandise produced by either country which now enters the ot...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 21 March 1903

g UP-TO-DATE ^ 11 ^ - ^ | I m RESTAURANT M * J 1 & LUNCH ROOM . * 1 § First-Class Home Cooking , g $ Lunch all day and till midnight . Comfortable dining room and jo & clean surroundings . Meals 25 cents . Give us a call . Uk § No . 110 W . Main St , Urbana , III , nnnr 3 § MRS , BELLE POPE , Prop . £ I Refrigerators , Wm 3 CW / J Poultry \ j ? MM % Netting , IfMl ^ f ] I Tools . I ^^?^ C >^ S I In fact any kind of Tools and all E ^ l ^| fe \ f ^ y 7 <^^^ m a kinds of Hardware at low prices . i ^ 2 SmKttstik : aisi ^ tii > i ^ dB ^ ia » SK ^ II IB 1 II ill ! | HUBBARDS ! JURBANA . I w ^ Sma ) WILL GBMHO D YOU VALUE I ML bUUlilLlt V FOR THE IN VESTMENT AND HELP — f BUILD UP THE TOWN BY MAKING , EWM ^^^ ) A 00 DA , LY PAPER ^ - * -- «) K <_* S * Sfe ?< _* S !* POSSIBLE » - = gWKKKK -KK-KK ^^ % mm a 9 % — — & % Bargains For Immediate Use . f / ffl ¦ — ; —— ¦ 97 i For Housecleaning SPEC , ^ 5 ALE ...

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COLLEGES DON'T LIKE IT . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 22 March 1903

COLLEGES DONT LIKE IT . Foul Strike Rule Not Popular in Western Colleges . Milwaukee-Illinois Series to Be Played Under It , However— Information for the Fans . Although the foul strike line is adhered to by both the professional leagues , there is doubt that the western colleges will adopt it . Last year the western athletes did away with it and followed the old code . This year , while nothing definite has been decided upon , it is likely that Jluff of Illinois , Stagg of Chicago , and the other coaches will come to an agreement . The Milwaukee series which opens here April 1 , will be played under the foul strike rule , however . Some of the base ball fans are puzzled by the newspaper talk about the changes in the rules for this season . Strictly speaking , there has been no change . In the peace pact between the American and National it was agreed that the rules should be uniform and the former agreed to accept the foul strike rule which has been in force in the National league ...

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MUST BE VACCINATED . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 22 March 1903

MUST BE VACCINATED . Champaign School Pupils Must Show Certificates . Board o ! Health Is Working Energetically—list ol Places Under Quarantine in Champaign . Champaign school pupils must be vaccinated . That is the edict of the board of education . Certificates of vaccination will be required the beginning , of the next term . The Champaign board of health is working hard and it is Jiojt believed that the pest will spread . Here are the places under quarantine : Grant Mitchell , pest house—J . E < . Shipley and Bert Shipley . Hawise , Champaign street—J . M . Oogghill and Nell Woodruff . Sam Hobick , bartender , Cottage restaurant on Oak street , east sideFrank Clogg and Henry Miller , days ; ¦ P . W . Dust and James McCullough , nights . E . W . Kane , « A 08 East Springfieldavenue—John Wilbur and Thomas Butled . Hill ,-104 East White street—William Riley and A . H . Fithian . \ Viola Allen at Bertha Frankenstein s place , 201 North Water street —John Brown , Mart Endic...

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THINK OF GARDENS NOW . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 22 March 1903

THINK OF GARDENS NOW . Time to Clean Up the Rubbish ol Winter . Urbana Fathers of the Family Are Easy ; These Days—Some Hints That Will Be Useful . With the approach of April , while the young Urbanan s fancy may lightly turn to thoughts of love , his elders are ; beginning to think of more material j things . Gardens are being started and ; rubbish cleared up . The city will look . much better in a few weeks . This is the month to make plans for neighborhood improvement and to proceed to carry it out . All rubbish that has accumulated in the yards and va--cant lots should be gathered in heaps . A garbage man will cart the stuff off for a few cents , or if it may be burned the boys will And fun in a bonfire . Pull up the weeds and dead vines along the ( lower beds , borders , and next the fences . Shrubbery that is positively frozen should be dug . out and burned . . Dead branches should always be burned , as by so doing pests are destroyed and ^ diseases killed . Rake off the lawns...

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SCHOOL BUILDING SOLD . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 22 March 1903

SCHOOL BUILDING SOLD . Albert J . Busey Secures Lincoln Avenue Structure for $ 225 . The old Lincoln avenue brick school building * vas sold yesterday afternoon at public sale to Albert J . Biisey , the consideration being . $ 225 . 00 . The only • opposition Mr . Busey had was by V . W . Shuck , of the Urbarfa House Wrecking company , who bid up to $ 210 . 00 . Mr . Busey will wreck the building and it is said he intends to build a residence on West California street with the salvage . The old building has done service as a school building . for many years and is yet in good condition . It was used until a few months ago when it was abandoned for the new building on account of being inadequate in size . I

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PLANS A HOT FIGHT . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 22 March 1903

PLANS A HOT FIGHT . New Grain Company to Buck Board of Trade . Headed by Geo . T . Sullivan—The Concern Promises Lively Competition in the Cash Grain Business . Fight to a finish against the Chicago Board of Trade is the motto of the George T . Sullivan Elevator and Grain company , which is to be incorporated , probably tomorrow , under the laws of South Dakota . This organization is intended to promote the interests of the Chicago Open Board of Trade and as a competitor in the cash grain business with the regular board . It contemplates , as alleged , controlling a big string of elevators , and will haye __ a ^ jegmnjete ticker service of its own . ¦ . George T . Sullivan , the active leader in the new corporation , said yesterday , that the New York Produce Exchange would work in harmony with his concern and intimated that large Wall street interests are or soon will be behind the project . The Chicago Board of Trade has violated its agreements and has been guilty of various conte...

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SAY SAM HAS DL 0 PED . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 22 March 1903

SAY SAM HAS DL 0 PED . Reported Former Urbana Boy Has Taken a Bride . A report has been in circulation the past few days to the effect that Miss Nellie Jessoe , youngest daughter of Mrs . Virginia Jessoe of Crittenden township , and Samuel Blckley , a young business man of Philo , eloped last Thursday night and went to Bristol , Tenn ., where they were married . AVe were unable to get any particulars concerning the affair but it appears the young lady went to her room at 0 o clock as usual and when her mother went to call her Friday morning she was gone . Just why it was necessary for them to elope we were unable to ascertain as they are both very estimable young people . It is claimed , howover , that they are related and perhaps this is why objection was made to their marriage . Mr . Bickley is a former resident of Urbana , he having been connected with The Courier for some time . Old Horseshoe . A horseshoe was found in Tremant buried in a tree said to have lodged there during th...

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MAYOR GLOVER IN RACE i [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 22 March 1903

MAYOR GLOVER IN RACE i City Executive Consents to Run Again . Will Ask Republican Nomination—Is the Only Aspirant tor OHice So Far . As predicted in this paper , Mayor John A . Glover has yielded to the urgent solicitations of many members of the Republican party and consented to enter the mayoral race again . It is understood that his honor was averse at lirst to seeking renomination , but repeated urging and the fact that no other candidate had so far presented himself , prevailed upon him to run . Some time ago a movement was started which had for its object the securing of Mr . Glover s promise to stand for renomination . Those at the back of this movement are more than pleased to know that it has been successful . At the present outlook , it is hardly believed that Mayor Glover will be opposed , although of course one can never tell what will happen in politics . John Glover has made a good mayor , said a business man yesterday . He has not blown trumpets and tooted horns but h...

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A DRY SUMMER . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 22 March 1903

A DRY SUMMER . That is What is Predicted by the Knowing Ones . A local weather prophet expresses the belief that the coming summer is to be dry . This opinion is based on the fact that such a great amount of rain has fallen this spring , a condition they say , alwaysjndicating dry summer weather . The effect of the inundation by the river will of course be good for the crops in the matter of enriching the soil ; but the agriculturalists have established the theory that ground which is literally saturated will dry out quickly and then will not hold the moisture after as well as if the rains had come only at intervals . A dry year does not only mean bad crops . Sometimes when the outlook appear to be most unfavorable , fall rains , come and insure at least a fair , if not a full crop . The farmers , however , are discouraged always over the prospect of a drouth and many are predicting a short crop . Circuit Court Adjourned . Circuit court adjourned yesterday morning to convene again T...

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LOSE MEET TO M 4 | 00 NS > [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 22 March 1903

LOSE MEET TO M 4 | 00 NS > Illini Colors Are Again Low * • ered by Chicago Track Athletes . LOSE BY FOUR POINTS Meet Is . Closely Contested But Records Are Only Fair—the Summaries . Stagg s Maroons defeated the Illini track men in a dual contest in the Illinois gymnasium but only by a scant margin . Chicago , 45 ; Illinois , 41 , the points read and the sting of defeat was appreciably lessened by the victory of Conibears relay team which set the crowd wild . The relay race was the most exciting event of the meet . The Maroon and orange and blue men ran nock and i . eck and when Kern , the la- ; t Illinois runner , crossed the tape first , the rooters were crazy . While the meet was closely contested the records were only average . Kern and Taylor had some pretty races and Hall , the Chicago runner , performed as usual . The summaries : 35-yard dash—Kern , Illinois , first ; Friend , Chicago , second ; Taylor , Chicago , third . Time—04 2-3 . Mile run—Hall , Chicago , firs...

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. SAYS BOOZE CAUSED IT . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 22 March 1903

. SAYS BOOZE CAUSED IT . J . W . Donahey of Decatur Disappears From View . Decatur , March 21 . — This is not my way—it is booze . My advice is for you to sell all the household goods and go to your aunt , and if you dont hear from me within four weeks do not shed a tear , for you never will . J . W . D . » . • The above note / addressed to his wife , is all that can be found to ex- : . ; plain the disappearance of J . W . Donahey , who for the past eleven years has been the collector and confidential , ; clerk of E . L . Pegram , the loan bro- - , ker . Mr . Pegrani is greatly worried ¦ over the disappearance of Mr . Donahey , as is also Mrs . Donahey , and efforts are being made to locate the missing man . It is thought that he has become mentally unbalanced . Mr . Donahey has not been seen since » Sunday morning by even his most intimate friends . Sunday evening he called up Mr . Pegram by telephone and asked p , ermission to go to St . Louis to spend Monday . Mr . Pegram told , ...

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WORK OF CARRIERS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 22 March 1903

WORK OF CARRIERS Government « Official Sees How Much Work Local Men Do . WILL GET TWO MORE MEN Postmaster Lindley Sanguine That Department Will Heed Local Demands . The outlook is roseate for more carrier help , said Postmaster Lindley yesterday afternoon . I believe that the department , having seen our needs , will give us two more city carriers . E . G . Warner , a superintendent of free delivery , inspected the postolfice Thursday , and as a result ofhis visit , the postmaster is sanguine that much needed help will be given . Supt , AVarner took a keen interest in the loads that the carriers carried and brought back . To one who has no idea just how much mail is carried and- collected by a carrier , some of the facts which were presented to the attention of the government official are of interest . For Instance , Carrier Somers , who attends to the University district , carried out and delivered 255 3 / i > pounds of mail . He collected 503-pounds and the total , 758 ...

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