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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
lEGONOMY ! 1 15 I HE F 1 R 5 T LAW OF SUCCESS . i - -jfl p To economize in small things every day is a surer way than to wait for T tho occasional largo Item . | GROCERIES YOU USE EVERY DAY . 9 = s ^^ Here is a enhance / or daily economy . We have tho largest and best ^ ^^ 0 *^^^ jt selected stock of Groceries in the tw ^ n cities , and we are selling at prices ii ^ S ^ k ^ HS ^ f which are bel _ fvv what some stores ^&gt; ay for their goods . fyi &amp; gj ? 9 f * MM ^ Call and 4 ee tw * or telephone ana let us tell you all about it . Both ^ . ti 1 fi ^ y phones . Goofls delivered td any paf t of the two cities or at any railway sta- XWt i » 3 WC tion jn the poujrty free of deliver ^ charges . . J ( to 1 GIVE US aI ^ TaL ORJDER AND BE COV 1 NCED . O . Jfci &gt;!¦¦! i : U \ -. r- y v , .. ,- } ? At Hidys Old Stand . GEOl I ¦ ^ BLISSl Champai ^ Rlllinois . : ; Removed to 106 Main St .: ~ K f ^ g Z 4 a V . i t . }&lt; ¦ r . ; . &gt; . i ; , i , v...
A Knight of the Highway By CWNTON SCOLLARD , Author oi " A Man « t Arms , " " The Son of a Tory , " Etc . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
A Knight of the Highway By CWNTON SCOLLARD , Author oi A Man « t Arms , The Son of a Tory , Etc . Copyright , igoi , by J . li . Llppln Rossiter was with her a decidedly new experience . Before the Sunday afternoon in the woods she had regarded him somewhat wonderingiy as a man out of place . Once it had occurred to her that lie mijrht be masquerading , but she , put this thought aside . Now , since she had come to know him better , she began to see that he had a history , that he was not simpl y one who had chanced to pick up this and that from books , and through his power of adaptability make cunning use of what he had read . No , lie was to the manner born , a person of good breeding and of education ; but why , with his pleasing address and his talents , was he occupying the position of a pole-puller in her uncle s top-yard?—honest enough work , but not just what a man of Rossiter a tastes and acquirements would seek by choice . Her few moments conversation with him since comin...
WANT COLUMN 1 f | TVSS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
WANT COLUMN 1 f | TVSS WANTED . il WANTED— . Ladies or gentlemen for ? a legitimate business at home or to : travel . $ 2 . 00 per day . For particulars address H . i- \ Andys , Champaign , 111 . 1823 t * WANTED-Mrs . Dolly Whitter of SOT Railroad street would like a few hoarders by the day or week . dlSfl * WANTED- L . verybodv to know that . shoe repairing is neatly done at tot Uiiey Shoe store . We have a flxc &lt; machine for sewing up rips . 20711 __ ___ » . ¦ * - . WANTED—Ladies to work for Us OiL-,. sewing machine at home . Materia ]* 1 furnished any distance . Good wage * . Stamped envelope for particular ! . ¦ Arnold s Co . Operative Sewing Qo . t So . End , Boston . - ¦ FOR SALE . POR SALE—A new cottage located at the corner of Babcock and Clark streets , Urbana . Well and cisteru water . Must be sold at once . Gall at the office of O . E . Miller &amp; Co ., No . 30 Main St ., Champaign . 18418 POR SALE—A Jersey heifer , one year old in May . Will sell che...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
HOMBSEEKERS EXCURSIONS to Missouri ,:-Kansas , Texas , Oklahoma and Indian Territory , firstJam ! third Tuesdays of j February , . March and April . Tickets will be soldjf at the rate of ONE FARE plus § 2 . 00 for round trip , ickets fcood going j / jto days from date of sale , and stnp ojfer allowed at points beyonfl St . LouJS and Kansas City . Retufn limit 1 * 21 days . The Frisco System are Jextending their tracks in sbuthwestj Oklahoma and new land call be bought cheap . Come in apd see me or write me for descriptive literature . Land in | Southjrest Oklahoma Is black loam sand cin be farmed to as good advantage al that in northeast ; plenty of water ajid rainfall . I will be glad to give you any information desired . / Join the next excursion on Feif . fth . or March 3 rd and see this country . SPECIAL ONE WAY COLONIST TICKETS To southwest and west points In Indian and Oklahoma Territories , Texas , Louisiana , Colorado , Kansas and New Mexico . Rate one half of first-class fa...
FOUR DAILY TRAINS TO ST . PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
FOUR DAILY TRAINS TO ST . PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS . Via Chicago &amp; Nprth-Wffltera Railway . £ Leave Chicago d a . nf , G : 30 p . m . ( the North-Westefin IHmlted , lectrio lighted throughoutl , 8 f p . m # Fast schedules . Most complete and luxurious equipment in the west . Dining car service unequaleW For tickets , reservatons and descriptive pamphlets , apply to your nearest ticket agent oi address A . H . Waggoner , 22 Fifth Avenue , Chicago , 111 .
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
LEAVE CKBANA No . 30 7 : 38 s m 32 9 : 45 a m 34 11 : 42 am S 6 3 : 17 pm 3 S 4 : 57 p m ARRIVE AT UKBAXA . No 31 9 : 15 am S 3— 10 : 59 a m 35 12 : 46 p m . 37 4 : 20 pm 39 6 : 03 p m All trains daily 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 tne 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 aud all points west . MAINLINE . XAST BOUND . WEST BOUND . No . 6 6 : 38 am No . 51 8 : 35 am 26 10 : 17 am 9 10 : 27 am 24— :. v .. 12 : 10 pm 31 2 : 20 p m 4 12 : 34 pm 7 3 : 52 pm 16 4 : 41 pm 5 10 : 27 pm 50 5 : 40 pm O . O . STRICKLAN , Telephone 21 or 403 . Acent . Drbana . 111 .
PEORIA AND EASTERN RAILWAY Short Line East and West . Departures , [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
PEORIA AND EASTERN RAILWAY Short Line East and West . Departures , No . EASTWARD 2 Local express for Indianapolis and Cincinnati C . SI n m 4 ( Arrives ) Local express between Urbana and Peoria 8 05 p m 16 Indianapolis . Cleveland . Cincinnati , Columbus , Boston . Buffalo . Albany and New York 10 45 a m 18 Indianapolis . Cleveland , lloston and New York Limited , arrives in New York 0 : 00 nex ; day 2 45 p m 30 Columbus , Cincinnati . Cleveland . Boston . New York and all points east and southeast via Indianapolis and Cincinnati 11 21 p m No . WESTWARD 43 liloomiiiKton , Peoria . Kansas City .. 3 24 a m 5 Local express for Peoria 7 30 am a Peoria , Kansas City , St . Paul , St . Louis , Denver and Pacific coast -. 1120 a m 11 Peoria . Bloomington . Kansas City . Omaha and all points wust 3 30 p m — ( Arrives ) Local express between Cincinnati , Inlanapolis and Urbana---8 24 p m Trains 11 , 18 , 36 aud 43 are daily . Drawing room and dining cars on trains 11 , 18 and train 16 Is a t...
ILLINOIS CENTRAL . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
ILLINOIS CENTRAL . Trains leave Champaign—GOIKO NOBTH . No . 2 Fast Mall ... 6 : 33 pm t 4 Chicago Limited 7 : 20 am 22 Northern Express 2 : 13 am » 24 Local Mall - 1 : 50 p m 26 Chicago Coach Express 8 : 40 a m SB Ciieago Express 9 : 05 am 92 Local Freight 7 : 00 am tNos . 24 and 92 daily except Sunday . All others daily . . ¦ . - tVestibule train carries only sleepers and parlor cars . GOING 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 Mail 12 : 30 p m 25 New Orleans Coach Express ... 9 : 00 p m * 93 Local Freight 0 : 45 a m * Nos . 23 and 93 daily except Sunday . All others dailv . tVestibule train carries only sleepers and parlor cars . No . 6 arrives from south at 11 p . m . HAVANA LINE . GOINjG WkST . No . 593 Clinton Ace , daily ex . Sun 7 : 00 a m 705 Decatur Accommodation 7 : 30 am 623 Clinton Local Ma 1 : 10 pm 725 Decatur Mail 9 : 00 p m AEKIVK FR 01 T WEST . No . 624 Clinton ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
p w ^ V • - - V ¦ ¦ a jollhne THE WELSBACH ISA JCJLLY GOOD LIGHT . THERE . IS NO f ^ S ^ ENYING IT . 1 THERES NO USE IN GETTING ALONG WITHOUT IT . GOOD FOR THE EYES , MAKING THE / FINEST / LIGHT fj / EVER INVENTED : ¦ i _ £ / hi iiiwN Rl m i pic co . 2 zzzB an— - vCor . Main and Walnut Sts . Ji Man Will Swear Quicken over bad laundry $ W &amp; k gj work than any ^ f fiwi fj thing else on a $ Sa &lt; * § j earth ! &gt;§ pP / § Better send your .... / . 1 LAUNDRY WORK I where it will beV • 1 , 1 DONERlte . § TROY LAilNDRr 125 Race St . is the place . g BEST FOR THE BOWELS It you havent a roeular . hoalthy movoment of the bowels ovoryday . you roillorwllloo . Keep your bowels open , and be wollAForco , In the shape of violent physio or pill pols | n , Is dangerous . gTho smoothest , easiest , moat sbrfoct way of koAplng . the bowels clear and clean Is to toko |&gt; ^ ATEM LIKE CmSf PWasant , Palatable , Potent , Tas \ ofGood , Do Good , Never Sicken , We...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
WINTER TOURIST RATES -TOCUBA , FLORIDA GULF COAST POINTS and all Inland Southern Winter Resorts Also Texas I and California ^ Big Fir Aite Continuing until Aprilj $ , 1003 , tickets will be on safesdaily jfom all points on the / Big FourSKout ^ j good for return passage until Ma / 31 , 1903 TAKE Ai 3 VAXTfVGJS OF THE LOW KATES ANDll / NG KETUBN lMit . For full information and particulars as to rates , tickets , limits , etc ., call on Agents Big Four Eoute , or address the undersigned . W-A 1 UIBN J . LYNCH , Genl Pass . &amp; Ticket Agt ., Cincinnati . Ohio . W . P . DEPPB , Asst . G . P . &amp; T . A . , Cincinnati , Ohio . JNO . A . GLOVEll , Agt j _ ¦ _ - ____ ; ff ^ TH 6 Wawfti ^ Aviiity Wi % foiiislfliipfiil I Thiswohderfui mediyine posi-l ; gi lively cures Con sitoptioft , Coughs | j Colds , Brbnchitis , fl ^ trfma , Pneu-1 i V monia , Hay Fever , Pleurisy , La- | ! | Grippe , Hoarseness , SoreThroal , ! H Croup and Whooping Cough . rt E Every bottle guarantee...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
Cheap Tickets To Many Points in the West , Southwest So pea ^ BIGfiiROlJTE On sale thjLfirst and third Tuesday of each . aaonth to and including r April , 1903 . ONE WAY SEOOND-OLASS COLONIAL . TICKETS AT VERY LOW &gt; KATES FROM ALL BIG FOUR POINTS , For full information and particulars as to rates , tickets , limits , call on Agents Big Four Eoute , or address tho undersigned . WARREN J . LYNOH , ¦ Genl Pass . &amp; Ticket Agt . . Cincinnati , Ohio . _ W . D . DEPPE , Asst , a . P . &amp; T . A . i v Cincinnati , Ohio . , - , -U ^ JNO . A . GLOVER , Agfc ; ;&lt; . ££$£
NEW ROAD IS PLANNED [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
NEW ROAD IS PLANNED Survey Is Being Made ior Projected Mattoon—Charleston Line . i TWIN CITIES INTERESTED Trolley Line MayParallel Illinois Central from Tuscola in Time . Tuscola , March 7 . —The first steps toward building the new MattoonOharleston electric line were taken on Monday morning last , when Mr . Milhelm of Chicago , and a corps of six men began making the survey between the two citiefs . Two routes will be surveyed and the one offering the least difficulties will be accepted . The citizens of the two towns are enthusiastic over the prospect of securing the interurban lines , as well as the farmers living along the route , as it will give them all the advantages of living in town and yet escape all the annoyances . They can take a cat any time in the day and run over to Charleston or up to Mattoon in a few minutes , as the cars run at a rate of 20 and 30 miles an hour . Should this route prove a paying piece of property , which it no doubt will , other lines will be buil...
DIDN'T OBSERVE THE SIGN . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
DIDNT OBSERVE THE SIGN . I amchwle Performer Lunda in a Farmer * Pond And Is Called Down ( or It . Last fall I was billed 1 to appear at a small country fair , said the parachute juniper , with an amused smile . When 1 cut loose from the big bag 1 saw I was directly over a small pond . I paid no attention to it at that-time , for it is possible to steer a parachute more or less * bl slightly tipping it . But this time for some reason or other the parachute refused to answer , with the result that I came down in the middle of the pond . Just before I struck I noticed an old man by the side of the pond jumping around in an excited way , and yelling something to me that 1 did not catch , for 1 was busily engaged in wondering how deep that pond was . Well , I soon found out , for I went into the water kerplunk . It was over my head , and while I am a god swimmer , theparchutefelldown upon me , with the result that I had the struggle of my life to escape from tlie situation . But finally...
CLERK IN TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
CLERK IN TROUBLE Young Woman Arrested by Buffalo Police in Connection With Murder Case . HER HANDKERCHIEF USED After Being Examined , the Woman , Whose Name Is Said to Be Miss Marion Hutchinson , Is Let Go . Buffalo , N . Y ., March 7 . —Superintendent of Police Bull announced at ten o clock Saturday morning that a woman had been arrested in the Burdick murder mystery . We strongly suspect this woman , said Superintendent Bull . Her name is Marion Hutchinson , who was employed as an extra clerk in Burdick s office . Her former home was in London , Ontario . She is a woman of refinement and a fine musician . She came to Buffalo last summer with her mother and sister . Her father is dead . She is short and slight and has a light complexion . Miss Hutchinson was taken to police headquarters by detectives at an early hour Saturday . Much secrecy was maintained by the police . It appears that a handkerchief played an important part in the identification and that one not belonging to anyo...
MMMIMIHHIIIIIIIIM •««* 1 j WITH THE CHURCHES . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
MMMIMIHHIIIIIIIIM •««* 1 j WITH THE CHURCHES . First M . E . Church—Rev . W . H . Wilder , presiding elder of Champaign district , wil preach at 10 : 30 a . m . and conduct the communion service . Sab ~ bath school at 12 ; juniod league at 3 ; Epworth league at : 15 ; preaching at 7 : 30 . Subject of evening discourse , The God that Answereth by Fire . All are welcome to these services . Universalist Church—Rev . Chas . E . Varney , pastor . —Morning suBject , The Severity of Jesus ; Evening , ¦ Christianity and Insanity . The Foster trio will render a selection at the morning service . Christian Church , Rev . G . D . Lawrence , pastor—Rev . J . J . Douglas , D . V ., will preach at 11 a . m . and 7 . 30 p . m .. today . Other services at the usual hours . All are cordially invited . Third M . E . Church , Rev . M . P . Wilkin , pastor—Services at 3 p . m . Presiding elder Wilder will probably deliver the address at the evening meeting . St . Patrick s Church—Father J . II . Cannon...