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[Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
\ | HOMESEISKEKS EXCURSIONS to Missouri , Kansas , Texas , Oklahoma and Indian Territory , first and third Tuesdays of February , March and April . Tickets will be sold ai the rate ofONE FAKE plus $ 2 . 00 for round trip , ickets good going 15 days from date of sale , and stip over allowed at points beyond St . Louis and Kansas City . Return limit 21 days . Thti Frisco System are extending their tracks in Southwest Oklahoma and new land oari ^ je bought cheap . . Come in and see me or write me for descriptive literature . ? Land in Southwest Oklahoma ia 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 ia Indian and Oklahoma Territories , Texas , Louisiana , Colorado , Kansas and Ne * w Mexico . Rate one half of first-class fare , plus § 2 . ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
UHM ID Will HI , OB IELE 61 RHS CO . * 2 uuuaB * ^ Cor . Main an d Walnut Sts . BEST f OH THE BOWELS , If yon havent a regular , hculthy movement of tho i bowels every day , you re ill or will be . Keep your j bowela open , and bo well . Force , in the shape ot violent physio or pill poison , is dnugorouH . The smoothest , easiest , most perfect way of keeping •; j the bowels clear and clean is to tako EAT EM LIKE CANDY Ploasant , Pnlntoble , Potent , Tasto Good , Do Good , Nover Sicken , Weaken or Gripe ; 10 , 25 and 60 cents per box . Wrlto for Ireo sample , and booklot on health . Address 43 . 1 . Sterling Remedy Company , Chicago or New York ,. KEEP Um BLOOD GLEAM IJi Man Will Swear 8 Quicken over bad laundry Wt ^ k B work than any ^&amp; B thing else on ^| mB B Better send your .... B . LAUNDRY WORK wh / ere it will be .... I QfcoNE RIGHT . TROY LAUNDRY 125 Race St . is the place . j Bowling Alley . THE ONLY REGULATION ALLEYS IN THE TWIN CITIES . Everytlffg New and Up-t...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
ITS A SHAME TO MAKE YOUR WIFE WORK ALL DAY SUNDAY e TAKE HER TO New Columbian FOR SUNDAY DINNER . By the way ^—ax-ss ^ call and let us figure a little . Perhaps we can board you as •¦• cheaply as you can board at home . That will save the wife lots work . Perhaps prolong her life . F . I . GARRIGAN , Prop . ffmstmmEmmmmmmaaHms si I Thousands Saved By I pn . Kiirsa [ ioisni | I This wonderful medicine ppsi- 1 lUively cures Consumption , Coughs j § Golds , Bronchitis , Asthma , Pneu- 1 cjmonia ; Hay Fever , Pleurisy , La- | Grippe , Hoarseness , Sore Throat , § HCroup and Whooping Cough . 5 I Every bottle guaranteed . No 1 | Cure . No Pay . Price 50 o . &amp; Si . | MTria ! bottle tree . . ¦ , % tm $ 5 X %£ &amp; ffl &amp;&amp;^&amp;* Tsn $ B ? v &amp; m &gt;~
SENATES TO REM 4 IN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
SENATORS TO REMAIN President Issues Proclamation Requiring Them to Hold Extra Session . TO CONVENE MARCH 5 . Declares That Public Interests Demand Tbat Senate Assemble in Special Session Washington , March 2 . —The president Monday issued the following * proclamation : By the President of tie United States of America . A Proclamation . Whereas , public interests require that the senate should . convene in extraordinary session ; therefore , I , Theodore Roosevelt , president of the United States of America-, do hereby proclaim and declare that an extraordinary occasion requires the senate of the United States to convene at the capital in the city of Washington on the 5 th day of March next , at 12 oclock , noon , of which all persons ¦ who shall at that time be entitled to act as members of that body are hereby required to take notice . Given under my hand and the seal of the United States at Washington the 2 nd day of March in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Thre...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
• Important results have been obtained . Among the acts of this session is that creating the department of commerce and labor and adding another cabinet officer to the president s official family . That department , with George 11 . Cortelyou , late secretary to the president , as its head , is now in j process of organization . ) Klklns Antl-Ucbntc l . nw . | Another important piece of legislaI tinn enacted at this session is the iintiI rebate act , commonly known as the : ElUin-s law . Another bill was passed ! which enables the attorney general to I 1 expedite suits brought under theSher- . man anti-trust law , and incorporated I in the legislative , executive and judicial appropriation act is a provision j which places at the immediate disposal of the attorney general the sum of $ 500 , 000 to better equip him for the enforcement of the anti-trust laws now existing . A further provision is made in the general deficiency bill for two assistants to the attorney general ! and addit...
TEACHERS WILL MEET [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
TEACHERS WILL MEET Central Illinois Association Are Soon to Meet at Bloomington . LOCAL PEOPLE INTERESTED There Will Be a Good Representation from This County at Gathering—The Program . The nineteenth annual meeting of the Central Illinois Teachers association will be held in the coliseum at Bloomington , March 27 and 2 S . There will be a good representation at the meeting of Urbana and Champaign county teachers . County Superintendent Watts will head the local delegation . The University of Illinois glee club will sing at the gathering . Prof . Robertson , of Peoria , chairman of the executive committee , said : I fully expect that the Central Illinois association will be a bigger and better convention than the state teachers meeting held at Springfield in December . In tne first place , we have a stronger program—I say this without disparagement of any of the talent taking part in the Springfield meeting . This is the first time , as I remember , that the principal address is to ...
APPETITES [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
APPETITES Created and Maintained by Vinol . THAT THE FOOD IS DIGEST-ED-IS ASL 0 EQUALLY NECESSARY . We Recommend Vinol as an Appetite Creator . WE GUARANTEE THAT VINOL WILL AID DIGESTION . Vinol is the greatest aid to digestion that we have ever known . It is because Vinol acts so beneficially npon the stomach that it accomplishes so much good . ; • Vinol contains the active curative principles that are found in cod-liver oil , without any oil or grease . These medicinal elements act so favorably upon the stomach , that this organ obtains for itself the elements necessary for creating new flesh , muscle tissue and for making rich red blood . When the stomach acts easily and naturally , a desire is created for good simple food and a good appetite is the cure result . With cod-liver oil as . formerly taken the medicinal elements which it contained were too often unable to counteract the harm that was done by lie obnoxious grease that enveloped them . Now that in Vinol we have those I ...
KICKS SOLICITED . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
KICKS SOLICITED . The Courier Management Wishes Subscriber lo Complain When Badly Served . The Courier management supposes that everybody who subscribes for the paper gets it , unless we hear to the contrary from the subscriber . When a name is given us , we give the order to the carrier , and unless complaint is made we have to means of knowing that the carrier is not doing his duty . No paper will ever be stopped by the ottico for any cause without due notification , so if you do not get your paper , you will know it is the carrier s fault , and you will lay the manage • ment under obligations If you will i make complaint promptly to the office . You need not come to the office ; telephone us from anywhere , anc we will see to it that you get good service . nail to ljlMrrnnchlde Givlway . ! London , March 2 . —A motion tc ¦ disfranchise Onhvay in consequence ¦ : of Us action in electing Col . Arthui ; Lynch , I iccnily convicted of higl * i !¦( - • ¦! &lt;•(! . • .. ¦¦ :- ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
Calumet Baking Powder Not Made by the Trust Trust baking powders sell for 45 or 50 cents per pound and may be identified by this exorbitant price which is an imposition on the consumer and enriches the trust Calumet Perfect In Quality Moderate in Prlce ^ m . ninini ? nmwm ? mmmmm * m . mg at- — . - *» L . A . / VVLEAIN | -S = LOANS , INS U RANCE , REAL ESTATE i ^ S ! £ = Gill Block . : URBANA , ILL . 3 j eg— - , * Hj * «»— - —&lt; m ¦ wmmmmmmmimmK I W . Lewis , Prop ., Champaign , Illinois . . j j j Below we quote a few extraordinary values as a forerunner . to 1 j | give you an idea what we have in dress goods . The fabrics , ^ ncl , T | j l colbringsare in harmony with only the latest approvedI effects to I I — = —— kff worn this season . — 1 , A Few Special Values In \ ;| Novelty Dress Goods J ¦ I i Beautiful satin striped Nun s Veiling in black , white and colors , with ^ vhite polka dots ; a new faaric for / CA ^ VS I f ¦ , ¦ ¦ h * afternoon dress . Per yard • ---- ¦ t ...
BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
BUSINESS / there Was a Big Grist for / Judge Philbrick to Dis- / pose o ! Tuesday MANY ORDERS ENTERHf Grand Ji $$ Is Now at-Work-Summary oi Business Done . The wheels of the circuit court are now grinding merrily . Judge PhilUrick made a number of orders in the ¦ dopket yesterday . The grand jury is noV hard at work . The orders entered yesterday were : . William A . Kirkpatrick vs . Henry k Welaney , appeal , by plaintiff ; passed f t ? * % agreement . ( . tevfflma J . Besore , executrix of estate &lt; % | ieorge Besore , and Charles A . BesoT ^ surviving partner of the late firni of Besore &amp; Brother , vs . Right ilev * . lames Kyan et ah , garnishees of ( Jfeorge l . Standahar , garnishment ; garnishment dismissed and garnishee discharged . Emma J . Besore , executrix , et ah , vs . Kight liev . J . L . Spalding et ah , garnishees of George I . Standahar , garnishment ; suit dismissed by complainant and garnishee discharged . Wilson S . Doan vs . Samuel Xicewan...
IS HARD ON THE SPORTS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
IS HARD ON THE SPORTS . Can t Play the Lottery Through Express Office . Decision oi United States Supreme Court Givs Game a Hard Jolt—The Rise and Fall of the Lottery . Some of tlie sportily inclined people In the twin cities who have been playing the lottery through the medium of the express company are in desJ pj ^ r . The United States supreme court jpffs decided that the sending of lottery tickets from one state to another is an act of interstate commerce , and as such is prohibited by the anti-lottery act of 181 K ) . Those who do not know the number of people that play lotteries in the twin cities , would be surprised if they did know . Of course the number is much less than it was years ago , when lottery tickets were sent through the mails . Any get-rich-quick &gt; scheme , however , can always catch a number of suckers in every community . An in stance was seen in the recent wholesale investment in E . J . Arnold s turf scheme , and other similar devices for wooing ...
MARIE AND BELLE WORK . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
MARIE AND BELLE WORK . Young Women Bootblacks Reaps Harvest in New York , Girls Who Say They Are from Champaign Shine Shoes of the Brokers on Wall Street . New Vork , March . &gt; . —The young women bootblacks , Marie and Belle Forrest , from Champaign , Hi ., set up a stand Monday and polished the shoes of a score of men who presented little blue tickets which had printed upon them , Good for one shine March 2 . Tickets 10 cents . The business created quite a diversion on the street . In explanation of the one day stand in Wall street , Belle said they made the limit for a stay in one place because they did not want to drive all the bottblacks in one particular section out of business . This is no fake . continued Marie . We left home about a year ago , and by shining shoes are making money so that we can set up a manicuring parlor . Arent we . Belle Y Belle said yes , and at that moment a possessor of a blue ticket took his seat in ths chair . The two girls went at their t...
WABASH STRIKE NOW ON . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
WABASH STRIKE NOW ON . President Ramsey Notifies Kansas City Agent of Fact . . injunction Served on Members of Trainmens and Firemens * Committees at St . Louis by United States . Marshal . St . Louis , March 3 . —Because certain demands for an increase in wages on ¦ the Wabash system east of the Mississippi river are not granted , it is probable a general strike will be instituted . Committees representing the trainmen and iiremen sent an ultimatum to President Ramsey notifying him that the result of the recent poll among the employed members of their , organization was a demand of 15 per cent increase for freight men , and 12 per cent increase for passenger men east of the Mississippi , exclusive of the Canadian line , and double pay for double-header freight trains . j The conductors and engineers noti- j fied Ramsey at the same time they i would abide by the increased schedule ; granted a week ago , and were not in j favor of a strike . St . Louis , March 3 . —United States Mars...
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS . County Dads Are Now in Session at the Court House . Expert MunhatI Makes Report Which Reveals . Few Discrepancies in Accounts of the County Officials . The board of supervisors is now in session at the court house in this city , having convened yesterday afternoon . After a short meeting the board adjourned until this morning at 9 o clock . Two new members are in attendance . for the tirst time . They are Mr . BoyrLof Condit township , who takes JohtfrWv Church s place , and Mr . Wood , of Kerr township , who was appointed to the place made vacant by the resignation of C . L . Kuder . • S . O . Mimhall , the expert accountant , who has just completed the task of auditing the accounts and records in the offices of the county officials , was present and rendered his report . The report was quite voluminous and covered the scope of his work thoroughly . Only in two or three instances did his examination reveal any discrepancies , and these were for only a few dol...
WOMAN IS IDENTIFIED [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
WOMAN IS IDENTIFIED Body Found in River , at New Albany , Is Hannah Goddard . TO BE SENT TO HAMILTON Sister of Knapp Appeals to Police for Protection from Woman Who Threatens Her Life . Louisville , Ky ., March 3 . —A telephone message just received from New Albany , Ind ., says Edward F . King , of Cincinnati , and Charles Goddard , of Hamilton , 0 ., brothers-in-law and brother of Hannah Goddard Knapp , have positively identified the body found floating in the Ohio late Monday afternoon as that of Hannah Goddard Knapp , wife of Alfred Knapp , now under arrest in Hamilton . The statement was made that the jewelry found on the person was the same knowji to have been worn by the young woman before she became the wife of Knapp , and that there is not the slightest doubt of her identity . Careful work of the embalmerg during the morning did much to restore the appearance of the body . The remains will be sent to Hamilton . Chief of Police Kuemmerling , of Hamilton , accompanied the two...
A WARNING BY DR . DRAPER . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
A WARNING BY DR . DRAPER . University Executive Bids Students Beware of Suiface Wells . 1 resident Draper s name is signed to the following notice : Statements are made to me that at several clubs and other places where students board , water Is used from surface wells . I think this exceedingly dangerous , and trust that all students will refuse to use water except from the city supply With such a serious object lesson as is presented to the country by the typhoid fever visitation at Cornell university , it behooves us to take every precaution against possible danger . Now , jv it as the frost will be coming out of the ground , the wells are more than ever likely to be contaminated , it seems to me that the time has come ¦ When the city authorities in the adjacent cities should require all surface Wells to be abandoned . In any event , let students be upon their guard .