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I LATEST . MA RKE T NEWS , f S » Furnished by William White and Son , £ C Members Chicago Hoard of Trade . J > [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
I LATEST . MA RKE T NEWS , f S » Furnished by William White and Son , £ C Members Chicago Hoard of Trade . J &gt; UHIGAGO GRAIN I . ETTER . , Urbana , iVlarch 5 . —Lower cables and bearish weather conditions started soiling by commission houses and supposed to bo largely for Northwest . May was forced under 77 , striking lots of stop orders that brought about general liquidation , hlle deferred futures were very heavy and declined with . May . A feeble rally appeared late In session , but the Ohio crop reIKirt was very bearish compared with last year , and induced free selling by Southwest . The severe declines witnessed in stocks awd cotton in New Vork added somewhat to the demoralization which increasing the short Interests to quite an extent . The closing was heavy and looks tonight as if values would work lower . CORN—Export sales , 7 loads . The weakness in wheat and renewed selling by provision houses brought about declines in this cereal , although there was buying by...
AUTOMOBILE SEA SCOUTS . A Sunrircntlun Which MIkIH lie- Adopt -ed by Naval I ' wt'cra to Th « iT Advuntiucc . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
AUTOMOBILE SEA SCOUTS . A Sunrircntlun Which MIkIH lie- Adopted by Naval I wtcra to Th « iT Advuntiucc . As military inotor-Mcycles have already proved themselves to be of vahie in scouting , it is proba . bl ( - that in nearly every civilized country they will be largely used in future land warfare . Why , if the fast land scout prove so useful , should not the navy adopt the same methods ? A boat , CO feet long , with two 25-horse power engines , built very light , to carry , say , f &gt;&gt; ur persons and to be capable of considerable speed , would be a most useful addition to a battleship of a fleet , says the London Star . The ordinary torpedo boat is too long and draws too much w :: t-ur for scouting near shore or in shallow water , but a launch might be made to draw less than three feet of water , and yet have a speed of upwards of 30 knots . There would be no funnels or smoke to attract the notice of the enemy , and with underwater exhaust the boat might be ...
They Work Wonders ! 1 * " 4 m [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
They Work Wonders ! 1 * 4 m ° f _[ Extremely Extraordinary Are the Cures Daily Being Per- - M formed by Mr . and Mrs . Ratliff , the Eye Specialists , M • , tffl Their Great Success and Rapidity in Curing Headache Eye Strain and Nervousness is a Revelation to the Aledical World . Which Is Effected m by the Celebrated jfjj Crysto Vitrine J Lens—Its Marve- ; | lous Power Is a -1 I Source of Wonder k and Astonishment Jl to All . ; | |
Free Examination . No One Urssd to Buy f ^ JM [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
Free Examination . No One Urssd to Buy f ^ JM m Will Remain One Week in Urbana at the Columbian Hotel , or J j Until Saturday , March 14 . - , yjffl Mrs . O . W . Kiser , who lives in Piqua , Ohio , says : Nearly two years ago I had Mrs . Katlitf tit me with glasses , that have nearly made new eyes out of my old ones . . My eyes had bees failing for quite a time ; every day they ewere growing weaker and weaker . I could not get a glass I could read or sew with . Mr . Kiser and I had heard a great deal about Mr . and Mrs . Ratliff , so we decided to call on them and see if they could do anything , as every one else had failed , and it was , you might say , our last resort , Aftei Mr . and Airs . Ratliff examined my eyes in a dark room , I was told they could do nothing for me in order taht I might read immediately . I was greatly disappointed , and so was Mr . Kiser . But they said if I would use a certain kind of lens for a few months to strengthen my eyes I could read nicely after ...
DOUBLE SPEED OF WARSHIPS . Germans Sutil to Have Acquired an Invention "Which May Revolu -tionize the Navy . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
DOUBLE SPEED OF WARSHIPS . Germans Sutil to Have Acquired an Invention Which May Revolutionize the Navy . Emperor William s navy has acquired an , invention ) destined to revolutionize the whole system of vessel • construction and to make the Genii an Warships , the swiftest fighting- craft aitoat . The invention / is credited to Prof . Kretzschmer , chief of consiructio _ in the . German navy , who completely rejects the traditional type of ship patterned aiter the fish and substitutes for it one in the form of an aquatic bird . By annihilatiw wave resistance the new form augments the propelling capacity , of the screw 50 per cent ., thus making possible a corresponding-accel-eration of speed without increased expenditure of power . The new type of boat will make no waves or commotion of any kind , but vviM glide along the surface with the easy motion of a duck . The German naval authorities believe their latest | acquisition is a tremendous advance in the direction of increasing t...
MOUNTAIN PEAK MAY FALL . Tourl «<» Are In Great Danger from Threatening Mountain Top in the Alp * . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
MOUNTAIN PEAK MAY FALL . Tourl «&lt;» Are In Great Danger from Threatening Mountain Top in the Alp * . Although It has been rumored throughout the Alpine region for some time that the AK . Is—the great mountain peak which rears itself high above the famous Gemmi pass—was in a more or less shaky condition , no one expected , to hear that there was any danger of its falling . Now , however , it is definitely stated that the Altels is on the point of splitting in two and may come thundering down almost any time , says a report from Neuchatel , Switzerland . Damage enough will be done if the famous peak dbes fall in any case , bul it is to be hoped that the crash will come before the next tourist season begins , for the Gemmi , above which the Altels towers , is used to a greater extent than any other Alpine pass . The inhabitant of the region can imagine what will be the result if th « Altels should come crashing down , having experienced such an occurrence on a smaller scale w...
A CHICAGO « QUICK LUNCH . " [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
A CHICAGO « QUICK LUNCH . It Toole Only an Hour , But the Chica _ oans Must Have Been Joshing ; the New Yorkers . Wherecan we get a quick lunch ? asked one of the official stenographer ! of the National Civic Federation who same on from Chicago to report the proceedings of the executive committee of the industrial department of that organization , reports the New York Times . Before the reporter to whom the question was addressed could tell of the neighboring beef-and places which met his idea of a quick lunch , the Chicago stenographer asked howfar it was to s , mentioning a place where a New Yorker would not go unless he had several dollars to spare for luncheon and a couple of hours to devote to gustatory delights . The stenographers compromised on one of the best downtown restaurants . We had a good , quick lunch , said one of the stenographers on their return . And it only took us an hour . Do yo \ i call that a quick lunch in Chicago ? asked the reporter . Anything over 15 min...
NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION . There is not another office in the city or Champaign that is visited by more people than that of The BritshAmerlcan Medical Institute . Many of these patients heard of the wonderful succes of their new treatment at the other offices of the Institute in this State , and when they learned through the columns of the press that a branch .... of the Institute was to be-PERMA-NENTIA LOCATED in Champaign they wer ^* ot slow to take advantage of the opQgJ ^ unity to bo treated by these eminent specialists . A number of people who have called have been told frankly that their cases were incurable and no fee was asked . But the majority of the cases the doctors have treated , and not a single One has been heard from that has not Been cured . People who have been suffering for years have been greatly relieved by a lew treatments and cured in a short time . It takes time to cure most Chronic diseases but any cases we accept we guarantee to cure . The British-American...
====== _ == _ = _ == _ = _ = _ = _ == ^^ $ j WABASH RAILROAD . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
====== _ == _ = _ == _ = _ = _ = _ == ^^ $ j WABASH RAILROAD . I , ! I ANNOUNCEMENTS i j Very low one ways colonist rates to ^ points in south and southeast , west or V J j southwest , north and northwest , on jfi first and third Tuesdays of each month , until May , 1903 . ^ Homeseekers round trip tickets to ^ points in the west , south and south- , f || west on the first and third Tuesdays - « of each month , at one fare plus $ 2 . 00 , S for the round trip . Tickets good re- -s : ™ turning 21 days . ¦ *» California tourist tickets good re- ^ turning in nine months , with liberal . -m stop-over privileges in each direction , r * on sale dally . .- ¦ .. ¦ • * • ¦&gt; CJS Take the Wabash for Kay county , „ Jj S Oklahoma ; 23 hours from Urbana to &gt; ^ c . New Kirk , arriving • at New Kirk at J 8 9 a . m . Other lines 30 hours , arriving ^ at New Kork at 5 p . m ., practically a . , ^ day later . ¦¦ . • -. ¦¦•¦¦ • , ^ j } O . O . Strlcklan , ticket agent at Ur- ! M ba...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
— DEALER IN—LATH , SHINGLES , DOORS , SASH , BLINDS , CEMENT , HAIR , LIME , ETC . Estimates made and bills furnished for buildingon application . Also dealer in IBB I I I I CI from the best mines in the coun- \ ¦ try . Highest cash / price paid for grain . :: :: :: :: :: LUMBER YARD AND ; COAL OFFICE MARKET STREET , URBANA ; • t . . ,. . 7 ¦ i . ^\ 9 ..- i S flooc so Rlct Id Quillly . Too ns 10 c (&gt; r Ctjars M so Cool . j ^ - swieiE •¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ______! : j STRAIfinT ^^ j STRAieKJ j 9 © i ^ as ; - I , 0 f , r \_ r _ it . M * fr rB , r . Otl * , RI . I I * ¦ i 0 OIWIHsTfl • * foil • MM * Me **** ¦ I po &gt;» Ti _ tJMiT * To »» r »»^» om t * L ___^ J I 1 * ¦ ; . J : • . : . _ *¦ . ¦ ,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
PROFESSIONAL CARDS . DR . F . O . SALE DENTIST . Office Southeast Corner Main and Race Sts . Upstairs . Home Phone 1015 . lWp ?_ , ! M &gt; ¦ ,,, • URBANA . THO ^^ wbWSAVED By . . M KiffSJllipif 1 This wonderful medicine , posiItivdly cures Consumption , Coughs &lt; | Colds , Bronchitis , Asthma , Pneu- t | monia , Hsy Fever , Pleurisy , La- | 3 Grippe , Hoarseness , SoreThroat , j iCroup and Whooping Cough , j lEvery bottle guaranteed : * ¦ No J Cure . No Pay . Price 50 o . &amp; S S . 1 1 Tria ^ boUle * free . * |
f THE DAILY COURIER [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
f THE DAILY COURIER , PUBLISHED BVTUK URBANA OOURIBR COMPANY . J . K . GKOOM ^ UWAOKB Office in Courier buildtaR North Race street , st rear ot Postofllce TERMS OF 8 WI 1 SOKHT 10 N . Per year 55 . 0 ° Per week 10 Addiess The Uhkana Oodrikr Co .. Urbaua , 111 . Entered at the postoffiee at Urbana . llliuols , as second-class matter . Anonymous communications will not be notlcrt . Rejected communications will not be returned . WOrders lor delivery of The Daily Courier to either residence or place ol business may be made by postal card or throuKb telephone , Bell 1781 or Home phone 417 . Any irregularity iu delivery should be immediately reported to the office ol publication
KEEPS HIS NERVE . Knnpp Khov . n No Nervousness Over Recovery nnil Ide-iiHilcntlon of Wlfe- ' s Roily . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
KEEPS HIS NERVE . Knnpp Khov . n No Nervousness Over Recovery nnil Ide-iiHilcntlon of Wlfe- s Roily . . * Hamilton , O ., March 5 . —The positive identification of the body of Hannah Goddurd . wife No . . ! , and the visit , of Annie Ciunhlo , of Indianapolis , wifeNo . 1 , have had ! n depressing influence on Alfred A . Knnpp , who scorns to lx &gt; pondering over not only the five murders to which he has confessed , but over other crimes . The funeral of llunnnh Ooddnrd took place from Wagner s morgue at four p . in . Thursday . The expenses will be home by Charles ( loddanl , of Hamilton , uncle of the victim , and William Storrett , of Hamilton , a brother-in-law of the dead woman . The request of Mary Knapp King and her husband for the remains to be buried at Cincinnati was refused . Neither Knnpp nor the public was allowed to see the remains . Knnpp does not . know that , the remains were brought to Hamilton . Mrs . Sadie We-nzel , sister of Knnpp , has retained four a...
POPE NO WORSE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
POPE NO WORSE . Hli Physician Snys He Is Only Suffering from Fati _ ne and Will Re &gt; coveir . Bnme , March 5 . —Dr . Lapponi visited the pope Thursday and found him no worse with regard to symptoms of any special illness . The physician has forbidden anyone to see the pontiff , except the laiters nephew , Count Camillo Pecci , who entered the popes room as Dr . Lapponi left it . The fact is that the popes physical prostration is due to overwork and overexcitement , which , however , leaves Ms mental faculties perfectly clear , wonderfully so , indeed . Therefore , Dr . Lapponi thinks that a few days rest will restore the pope to his usual condition . The physician also says that the suspension of audiences will induce the numerous pilgrims and notable persons who are now in Pome to j abandon the idea of seeingthe pontiff , and thus avoid causing the latter further fatigue , which might place him in sertous danger .
STRUCK ON A TRESTLE . ' [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
STRUCK ON A TRESTLE . Turkey W « . nts Powder . Constantinople , March 5 . —The ministry of war is negotiating with a German firm for a , large supply of smokeless powder . A number of reservists belonging to the Third army corps have been ordered to join their regiments . Would Subsidise _ ar-f ? e Families . Harrisburg , Pa ., March 5 . — Mr . Blumle , of Cameron county , the father of 11 children , introduced in the house Thursday a bill to subsidize large families and to provide for gold medals for mothers of large families . Gone to Wisconsin . Cloyd Davidson , of Monticello , has gone to Barron , Wis ., to take charge of a cannery . It Saved His Leg . P . A . Danforth of LaGrange , Ga ., suffered for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg ; but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly sured it in five days . For ulcers , wounds , piles , it s the best salve in the world . Cure guaranteed . Only 25 cts . Sold by Knowlton &amp; Bennett . | ¦ ^ . Mother anfl ...
Republican Township Primary Convention lor Urbana Township . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 6 March 1903
Republican Township Primary Convention lor Urbana Township . . Notice is hereby given that the republican primary convention for Urbana township . Champaign county , Illinois will be held in the council chamber of the city building of Urbana , Illinois , on Saturday , March 14 , 1003 , at l : o 0 o clock p . m . , for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for the following otlices . One supervisor . One assistant supervisor . One town clerk . One township collector . One township assessor . 5 One commissioner of highways for District No . 2 . One commissioner of highways for district No . 3 . to fill the unexpired term of Gilbert Taylor , who removes from the county , and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the convention . In the event that only one candidate shall be presented before the convention for any of the above offices , the candidate may be placed in nomination by acclamation . And in the eveat that two or more candidates are p...