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OSTEOPATHY — AND— -HVGSENfe . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
OSTEOPATHY — AND—HVGSENfe . Mrs . Julia is . Ross , D . 0 ., of 308 £ outh Neil Street , / Champaign , 111 . / ( who holds a certificate from the Stale Board of Health ) treats jr f / Diseases of Every / Nature I f by the above methods / Mrs . Ross has had five years practical experience and makes a ^ specialty of Diseases of Ladies , bvjt will / ftreat all who come , except incvfrable / cases , which will not be taken . fSherwill give you her honest opinion \ ft \ o-ux case . CONSULTATION IS FREE . Office Hours—1 : 00 to 8 : 00 p . m . tW &amp; o Treatment on Sunday Too Late to Classify . WANTED—Ladies or gentlemen for a legitimate business at home or to travel . $ 2 . 00 per day . For particulars address H . F . Andys , Champaign , 111 . 1823 t * FOR RENT—A furnished front al ^ cove room with closet , centrally located and near a good boarding house . Two eentlemen preferred . 303 W . High St ., Urbana , 111 . 182 t 6 *&gt; FOR RENT—The four-room house at G 03 Sout...
' SMALLPOX IN ILLINOIS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
SMALLPOX IN ILLINOIS . L _ State Board 0 ! Health Has the Situation Well in Hand . &gt; A Number ol Cases in Hamilton County—Disease Is Widely Scattered in the State 0 ! Illinois . ; Springfield , 111 ., March 3 . —The state board 01 health is advised of fourteen or fifteen cases of smallpox at Mace1 donia , a village in Hamilton county . • J ) r . H . S . Baker , of Jacksonville , in- • spector of the board , has been sent to I Macedonia to inquire into the situation and arrange for the control of the contagion . Dr . J . C . Sullivani of Cairo , a member of the board has been di- . reeled to proceed to Dongola , Union . county , where from twenty-five to thirty cases of smallpox are said to exist . 1 One hundred and eighty cases of • smallpox distributed among forty-live 1 localities in thirty-four counties , were - reported to the state board of health during February . Many cases are . probably not reported . Yet the health . authorities are gratified by the improvement ...
EASY TO BUY FURNITURE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
EASY TO BUY FURNITURE . How the A . 4 W . Co . Helps the People to Be Happy . The A . &amp; W . Furniture Co . is becoming one of the most popular firms in the twin cities . These are the reasons for such popularity : First . They trust the people—selling goods on weekly or monthly payments Many a home has been made jriSfe pleasant and beautiful with some piece of furniture , carpet or stoverwithoul drawing on the [ bank accotuft or missing the money paid out . J Second . They please / the peopleaiming always \ o gb / e satisfaction Moreover , theirlstocsK , which is ne ^ and up-to-date , consists of everything to furnish a housexjfroni kitchen to parlor—stoves carpets , lace curtains , dishes and furniture . Third . They help the people—selling goods at tho lowest prices . The combined purchasing power o ) their eight stores enables them to buj their goods at jobbers prices . Consequently they sell as cheap on pay ments as you can ordinarily buy foi cash . They give 10 per ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
Our stock of WALL PAPER is in a class by itself . You cannot make comparisons with other stocks in this part of the state , because there is no similar one . We have Paper that is unusual in quality , design | fh d distinctiveness , a selection of all that is best in all of this year s papers . There is pleasure and profit m picking from such a stock , especially nnhen you get p / ices that cannot be beaten elsewhere . We want you to know that we tah / e pleasure in showing you paper . PHARMACISTS KflOWltOFI ^ ^ t BOHHOtt 135 137 Main Street &gt; Mm Good Goods at Right Prices I NoOlherGoodsat Any Price . 1 Prosperous J Times . I That s what we are enjoying now , and now is the time to buy DIAMONDS . It is just like buying gold doUars , and when hard times come your Diamonds are just as good as money in the bank . It is a good investment and you get the use of your money every day . Come and talk . with us and TRY US FOR DIAMONDS . T $ jpmim $ / Lsere / / I 0 PP 0 SFTE HOTEL ...
ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL B . R . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL B . R . W * The second Illinois Central Ex1 ^ . 11 tiff cursion to Cuba will leave Chi- ^ ruftsu . cRROi st _ r . miis . Cincinnati and touisvllle Feb . 13 , 1903 , reaching same points on the return Feb . 54 . A dellKhtfu ! voyage , across the Gull of Mexico , a six days stay on the Island of Cuba , including a visit to Havana , Matanzas , the Valley of Yumuri , the Caves of Belle Mar and other Interestlne points under the escort of the American Tourist Association Rate from the points mentioned will be S 1 C 0 for the round trip , which amount will Include all expenses everywhere . Itineraries , rK-Iiik full particulars , of your local Illinois Central scent New Orleans t % 3 £ * 2 &amp; l ^ W YV VI IVUUO (() rthetollrili , ; to visit . Winter tourist rates now in effect . Double daily service snd fast steam-heated vestibule trains with through eleepiiiR cars , buflet-llbrary-smoking car service and all meals en route in &lt; Mnlntr c...
ODDEST OF ALL FADS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
ODDEST OF ALL FADS . Lovmm ol Out Day Scofc «» Have Their Picture * on Tuelr Swenthearts Shoo * . It 1 » * aid that the fiusMonahl * gdrl of t h * present day oarri &lt;&gt;* the picture of the youi ^ r man she lo v «» iu her sho « , and the secret ot her heart may , therefore , he learned by looking- at her feet . There is nothing- occult about It- Hypnotism , uiontnl t-elefpiuthy and things -of tluvt sort « ire not concerned . Jf the girl is up to Cxte , all yon h « . v » to do is to look at her feet , for there you will see the picture of the happy man , say * the Chicago Ch . ronicle , She wears it lathe buckteof her slipper , so th . at the be &amp; t tame to learn the truth is when she is at u . dance- At a function of the kind in Wlssnhickon recently ft haJMoeEik of the girls hod their sweet-heart * at their feet , which , according- to arrnatory tradition , is right and proper . When the minia-tttre fctd orig-iiui . t * d the modish girls ? were . ple...
FOUR DAILY TRAINS | ; TO ST . PAUL-MINNOAPOLIS . f [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
FOUR DAILY TRAINS | ; TO ST . PAUL-MINNOAPOLIS . f Via Chicago &amp; North-Western T 3 U 11W- , : V . i Leave Ohlcago 9 a . m .,-Q- &amp; 0 p . m . ( the North-Western Iiimit | fd , lectrlo lighted throughout ) , 8 ; p . m f , , | lHwt schedules . Most complete * nd ( liixuri ious equipment in the went . Dining car service unequaley . For tickets , reservatons and descriptive pamphlet * , apply to your nearest ticket agent or address A . H . Waggoner , 22 Fifth Avenue , Chicago , 111 .
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
FOR SALE ! —T ... ONE OF THE FINEST ... Residence Lots IN THE PITY . Midway between University and business . ienter of Urbana ... Near public schools and churche ^ . Good neighborhood , and a beautiful place for a home . .. Lot 66 x 120 feet ... Lays with a gentle $ lope , giving good drainagef . An ideal location for retired farmer .- Price is Cheap iff Taken Soon . - i ¦ i - ¦ ¦¦ ¦ - APP ^ Y at this office ,
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
( ECONOMY ! l I IS THE FIRST LAW OF SUCCESS . j 5 To economize In small things every day is a surer way than to waft for •* . * t tho occasional large Item . $ 1 GROCERIES YOU USE EVERY DAY . } 2 ^^ Here is a chance for daily economy . AVe have the largest and best &lt; ^ I I £ Vk 7 £ selected stock of Groceries in the twin cities , and wo are selling at prices VsT ** St 6 ISSw which are below what some stores pay for their goods . b « k 3 i ? #£ Sse : i . 8 * , v &gt; x — X O V JW * Call and see us or telephone and let us tell you all about It . Both A . « k X 0 lllff phones . Goods delivered to any part of the two cities or at any railway sta- vfcH * - *****¦ . tion in the county free of delivery charges . -WH J $ GIVE US A TRIAL (| RQMR AND BE COVINCED . I I nitnJ / h hi ic * o I k At Hidy s Old Stand . ill * UK T Ol I ^ A Champaign , # linois . § C &gt;* 04 l &gt; fO * C &gt;«&lt; H » 0 + 0 + (&gt;«&gt;* 0 + 0 * 0 *...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
( MISS FAY LEE , I 1 ^ President of the Shakespearian Club . Kansas City . / : Your booklet came to my j &amp; iik &gt; } nervous tension , The nerves home like a message of health || ^ Pk ^* soonbegin to give way under when I had suffered with ^ RM g ^ Wfc the strain . You perhaps jump headache , backache andbear- BB ^ jB at any unusual disturbance , ing-down pains . I was weak , WW Jy K or laugh or weep , hysterinervoos and hysterical and SL ! £ [ ? cally , at no apparent cause , had not consulted any doctor , ^ s ~ — % That is what Miss Fay Lee , thinking it would pass away • yvSggSSwUfi , 603 } £ North Seventh Street , in time , but instead I fojjnd /^^ Srf ^^ Kk Kansas City , Kansas , was that the t iains increased / and ^ kjft ^ f ^^ coming to when she rescued were m &lt;* e frequent . / l de- &lt; ^ W &amp; rQf 3 r herself by taking Wine of cided toiry WineofCardul arus raV Lu . Gardui . The Wine made and in afchort time-gras much I- . ...
WANT COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
WANT COLUMN WANTED . WANTED—Mrs . Dolly Whittcr of 30 T Railroad street would like a few boarders by the day or week . dl 86 » WANT Kb—a canary bird at Brothers restaurant . It must be a good slng- ° r- 17616 1 WAXTED- everybody to know that shoe repairing Is neatly done »^ ta « 1 Kiley Shoe store . We have S hue utachtue for sewing up rips . 2 SJ 7 U i — - — „ _—_ ^ WANTED—Ladies to work for us on sewing machine at home . Material * furnished any distance . Good wage * . Stamped envelope for particuUri , I Arnold s Co . Operative Sewing Go „ So . End , Boston . KOK SALE . , hOlt SALE—A Jersey heifer , one year ¦ old in May . Will sell cheap if taken soon . Oall at Mrs . M . Elrod , S . Rdce St . 18016 * FOR SALE—A dark-wood bedroom set , including mattress . Inquire at Brothers restaurant . lOGtt FOR SALE—A vacant lot on Univers i t y avenue , between Mathews and Goodwin avenues . A bargain . Geo . Franks , 204 E . University Ay * x . Champaign . 160 tf FOR SALE—One of the finest r...
CLEVELAND WOMEN ENDORSE ZOA PHORA . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
CLEVELAND WOMEN ENDORSE ZOA PHORA . Prominent Ladies of This City are Enthusiastic in Their Praise of the Remedy That Has Cured Them . Cleveland , O ., March 4 . 1903— We , the undesigned , have feither used Zoa Phora personally , or know of friends who have used it witn beneficial resu l ts , and believing the ! remedy will do all you claim for it , clieerfully recommend its use to all iSfjmen s / m * ering from ony of the ills pecjuliar tfi the sex . We will gladly give particulars to any lady who may wish to / cal ^ on or write us , and in order that others may know of the benefits that anay be derived from the use oof Zoa Phora , we are willing that our names be published in the daily papers : Mrs . M . G . Mullins , 09 Shiperd St . Mrs . Wm . P . Longley , 910 Clark Ave . Mrs . II . j . Baier , 117 Francis St . • Mrs . A . G . Summerill , 47 John St . Mrs . Stella Huhman , 20 Lefiston . Mrs . Wm . Dunbrook , 481 Wellington Ave . Mrs . J . W . Welsh , 32 Delaware St . Fd orence ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
LEAVE OKBANA No . 30 7 : 38 a m 32 9 : 48 a m 34 11 : 42 am 36 3 : 17 pn 38 4 : 57 p m ARRIVE AT DRBANA . No 31 9 : 15 a ifl 33 - 10 : 69 am 35 12 : 46 p III 37 4 : 20 p m 39 6 : 03 p m All trains dally except Sunday . Close connections at Sidney with main line trains for all points east and west . Passengers taking Nos . 34 and 36 will be transferred to the Continental Limited and Pan-American Limited at Sidney for all eastern points . Passengers taking No . 32 will be transferred at Sidney to train No . 9 for St . Louis , Kansas City and all points west . MAIN LINE . EAST BOUND . WZST BOUND . No . 6 6 : 38 am No . 51 8 : 35 am 26 10 : 17 am 9 10 : 27 am 24 12 : 10 pm 31 2 : 20 pm 4 12 : 34 pm 7 S : 52 pm 16 4 : 41 pm 5 10 : 27 pm 50 5 : 40 pm O . O . STRIOKLAN , Telephone 21 or 403 . Agent . Urbana , 111 ,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
ILLINOIS CENTRAL . Trains leave Champaign—GOING NOKTH . No . 2 FaetMail 6 : 33 pm t 4 Chicago Limited 7 : 20 am 22 Northern Express 2 : 13 am ? 24 Local Mail 1 : 60 pm 26 Chicago Ooach Express 8 : 40 a m 16 Ciiicago Express 9 . 05 a m 92 Local Freight 7 : 00 am tN os . 24 and 92 daily except Sunday . All others daily . tVeetibule train carries only sleepers and parlor cars . QOISO SOUTH . No . 1 New Orleans Special 1 : 15 pm t 3 New Orleans Limited 9 : 55 pm 5 Fast Mail 6 : 07 am 21 Southern Express 1 : 25 am * 23 Local Mall 12 : 30 p m 25 New Orleans Coach Express-.. 9 : 00 p m * 93 LoealFreight 6 : 45 am * Nos . 23 and 93 dally except Sunday . All others dailv . tVestibule train carries only sleepers and parlor cars . No . 6 arrives from south at 11 p . m . HAVANA LINE . GOING WhST . No . 693 Clinton Ace , daily ex . Sun 7 : 00 a ra 705 Decatur Accommodation 7 : 30 a m 623 Clinton Local Ma 1 : 10 pm 725 Decatur Mail-- 9 : 00 p m ARRIV * FROM WEST . No . 624 Clinton Local Mail 10 :...
1 A Knight of the Highway I [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 4 March 1903
1 A Knight of the Highway I neeing any nook there that took his ; fancy , and beiiifr attracted by t h e ! woodland beyond the meadow , he j loitered towards it along a clearly j defined path that ran parallel to the I fence for some distance and then j 1 swerved obliquely to meet an opening in the forest . As he neared the wood , lie discovered that the ground fell nway quite abruptly , and at the base j of the declivity near the pap in the I trees ( this proved to be the entrance to an old logging-road ) was the . most crystal of springs shaded by a gigantic willow . Beneath this had been , placed a rustic scat . j Jove : he exclaimed , Ive hit I upon it this time ! There was a glass upon a Hat stone i at the brink of the spring , and Kossiter refreshed himself with a deep draught from the cool well-head . Then he took possession of the seat , ! tried several positions , and finally leaned back with a sigh of satisfaction . It had been days since he had | read a line of print , an...