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1 A Knight of the Highway 1 1 By CLINTON SCOLLARD , | W Author of " A Man nt Arms , " " Tho Bon of a Tory , " Etc . 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 1 March 1903
1 A Knight of the Highway 1 1 By CLINTON SCOLLARD , | W Author of A Man nt Arms , Tho Bon of a Tory , Etc . 1 Copyright , iboi , bj J . U , Hppincoh Company . All rights reserved . Rossiter was tempted to turn and watch them , but restrained himself from doing so . lie chanced to look towards the Becraft box and caught Joes eye . That young man gave a little emphatic nod of his head which told its story of admiration . 1 shall have to threaten to report to his sweetheart , thought Rossiter . What can they bo doing- in the hop-yard ? he mused . His unspoken query was answered an instant later by the carpenter s wife , who said to her husband : That s Miss Merton , the one with the red cheeks , and the other s a Miss Densmore , a cousin of the Morton s from Illica , who s come out to pick for her health . I heard Mrs . Merton tell some one so last night . During most of tho afternoon tho face of Miss Morton s cousin was bofore KoRaiter , although he did not actually see her nrraln til...
WANT COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 1 March 1903
WANT COLUMN wanted ! WANTED—Mrs . Dolly Whitter of 30 T Railroad street would like a few hoarders by the day or week . d ! 86 * WANTED—A canary bird at Brothers restaurant . It must be a good singor - nota WAITED- t-veryboay to kuuw that shoe repairing ts ueaciy done at tat Kiley Shoo store . We hsve u , nac machine for sewing up rips . 2 y 7 tl WANTED—Ladies to work for uu o * sowing niachlue at home . Material * furnished any distance . Good wage * , Stamped envelope for particular * . Arnold s Co . Operative Sewing Go „ So , End , Boston . r-UH SAL . E , FOR SALE—A dark-wood bedroom set , including mattress . Inquire at Brothers restaurant . 160 U FOR SALE—A vacant lot on University avenue , between Mathews and Goodwin avenues . A bargain . Geo . Franks , 204 E . University Av « t , Champaign . 160 tt FOR SALE— One of the finest rea £ deuce lots In the city , midway between University and business canter of Urbana ; near public school * and churches . Good neighborhood and a beau...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 1 March 1903
n ~ -...- fowling Alley . &amp; THE ONLY REGULATION ALLOYS IN THE % : ¦ TWIN CITIES . | W verytlijirfS 8 and Up-to-Date ¦ ; fer . Your patronage Solicited Sfc &gt; ¦ , gl 24 WesLEIm Street . URBANA ILLINOIS , tlTroom ^ BILLIARD HALL , 125 WEST MAIN ST .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 1 March 1903
ILLINOIS CENTRAL . Trains leave Champaiim—OOIKO NOSTH . No . 2 Fast Mail 6 : 33 pm t 4 . Chicago Limited 7 : 20 am 22 Northern Express 2 : 13 am * 24 Local Mail 1 : 50 pm 26 Chicago ( Joach Express 8 : 40 a m J 6 Clicago Express— 9 : 05 am 92 Local Freight 7 : 00 am tNos . 24 and 92 dally except Sunday . All oihere dally . tVestibuJe train carries only sleepers and parlor cars . ( JOINO SOUTH . No . 1 New Oilcans Special 1 : 15 pm t 3 New Orleans Limited 9 : 55 pm 5 Fast Mall 6 : 07 a m 21 Southern Kxpress 1 : 25 am • 23 Local Mail 12 : 30 pm 25 New Orleans Coach Express ... 9 : 00 p m * 93 Local Freight 6 : 45 am * 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 LINK . GOING WEST . 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 AESIVK FKOM WKST . No . 624 Clinton Local Mai...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 1 March 1903
LEAVE DKBANA No . 30 7 : 38 a m 32 9 : lS a m 31 11 : 42 am 36 3 : 17 pm 38 4 : 57 p m ARRIVE AT URBANA . No 31 9 : 15 am 33 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 the Continental Limited and Pan-American Limited at Sidney for all aastern -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 . WEST 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 3 : 52 pm 16 4 : 41 pm 5 10 : 27 pm 50 5 : 40 pm O . 0 . STRI 0 KLAN , Telephone 21 or 403 . Agent . Urbana , 111 ,
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 1 March 1903
HOMESEEKEES EXCURSIONS to Missouri , Kansas , Texas , Oklahoma and Indian Territory , first and third Tuesdays o £ February , March and . April . Tickets will he sold at the rats of ONE FAKE plus $ 2 . 00 for round trip , ickets good going 15 days from , daie oi sale , and slip over allowed at points beyond St . Louis and Kansaa City . . Heturn limit 21 days . Tho Frisco System are extending their tracks in Southwest Oklahoma and new land can be 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 aa good advantage as that in northeast ; plenty of water and rainfall . I wall be glad to give you any infor-, mation desired . Join the ne # excursion on Feb . 17 th 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 . Kate one half of flrst-class fare , plus $ 2 . 00 ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 1 March 1903
| FOUR DAILY TRAINS to st . paWminneapolis . Via Chicago &amp; North-Western Railway . Leave Chicago 9 a . m ., 6 : 30 p . m . ( the JS ortn-Western Limited , lectrlo lighted throughout ; , 8 p . m . Fast schedules . Most complete anil luxurious equipment in the west . Dining car se / vice unequaley . For tickets , reservatons and descriptive pamphlets , apply to your nearest ticket agent or address A . H . Waggoner , 22 FJftfc Avenue , Chicago , 111 .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 1 March 1903
* * m ^ W ^ M ) ^^^^ 0 ^ J \ - ilPlif m f t « 4 i ^ . ftfc 5 ^* j 8 y 3 K &gt; * A JOLLY ONE i THE WELSBACH , ISA ; JOLLY I 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 . % B 11 SIN - Si m flEETl GO . &gt;&gt; ^ siujjiiu- - vCor . Main and Walnut Sis . DYSPEPSIA &gt; . For six years X was a victim of dysttepsia in i ts . svorst form . I could ea t nothing „ . Dm ; milk toast , and at times my stomach would - not retain and dig-est even that . Last March I j began taking CASCARETS and since then I . have steadily improved , until I am as well as I : ever was in my lite . £ ¦* . ^^^ David H . Murphy , Newark , O . V ?^ F &amp; ti % BEST FOR * m ^ j ^ THE BOWELS j » mmm / ^ 8 Hh * J ? A . NDY CATHARTIC • : ^_ g ^ t ^ T ^ ¦ ¦ ¦^¦ MuSaSHP ^^^ Pleasant , Palatable , Patent , Taste Good , Do L Sood , Never Blcien , Weaken or Gripe , 10 c , 25 o , Mo , ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 1 March 1903
IKOKIA AND EASTKK . V KAII . WAY Short Line Kust and West . Iicpurturuh , No . KASTWAHIJ 2 Local express for ltjriianapolin and Cincinnati ii 3 J a m i ( Arrives ) Local cxprtHn between Urbana ami i eoria 8 05 t &gt; m Hi Indianapolis . Cleveland . Cincinnati , OolumbuK , Boston , ISuflulu . Albany and New York 10 45 am 18 Indianapolis . Cleveland , Boston and New York Limited , arrives in New York 0 : 00 next day 2 45 p m 3 d Columbus , Cincinnati . Cleveland , Boston . New York and all points east and southeast via Indianapolis and ClncitiLati 1121 ii in No . WKSTWAliD 43 liloomineton . Peoria . Kansas City-. 321 am 5 Local express for Peoria 7 30 am 9 Peoria , Kansas City , St . Paul . Ht . Louis , Denver and Pacific coast -11 20 a m 11 Peoria . liloomiriBton . Kansas City . Omaha and all points woat 3 30 p m — ( Arrives ) Local express between Cincinnati , Inianapolls and Drbana---8 24 p m Trains 11 . 18 , 36 and 43 are daily . Drawintr room and dining cars on trains 11 ...
PRESIDENT TO SENATE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 1 March 1903
PRESIDENT TO SENATE Sends Special Message Urging Passage o ! Philippine Tariff Measure . WANTS SENATE TO ACT . Senate Passes Fortifications Bill and Then Displaces the Statehood Bill Washington , Feb . 28 . —President Roosevelt sent to the senate late Thursday afternoon a special message urging in the very strongest terms the passage by that body of the Philippine tariff bill , which has been passed by the house and now languishes in the senate . The president took this action after a full discussion of the subject at a meeting ¦&lt; ot the cabinet . The Philippine tariff bill provides lor a reduction of the American tariff on all products coming from the Philippines amounting to 75 per cent . ! The message is as follows : I have just received a , cable from Gov . Taft , -which runs as follows : Necessity for passage house tariff most urgent . The conditions of productive Industry and business considerably worse than in November , the date of last report , and growing worse ...
WRECK IN LANDSLIDE i [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 1 March 1903
WRECK IN LANDSLIDE i Fast Passenger Train Smash * ed and Burned at Lenoir City , Tenn . THREE TRAINMEN DEAD , Engineer Remains True to His Temperance Principles and Refuses Whisky When Dying , . Knoxville , Tenn ., Feb . 23 . —The fast passenger train , Chattanooga to Salisbury , leaving Chattanooga at 11 : 45 Friday night , was wrecked about three and a half miles west of Lenoir City , Tenn ., Saturday morning about two o clock . The wreck was caused by spreading of rails . Three deaths are reported so far and 24 others were injured . Dead and Injured . The dead : John Bibb , of Knoxville , engineer . A . J . Tucker , of Newport , the mail clerk . Alifred . Best , of Knoxville , colored porter . The injured are : It . A . Tompkins , express messenger , Bristol , Tenn ., shoulder and . neck bruised ; G . M . Betty , Knoxville , mail clerk , arm and wristbruised ; W . T . Klutz , Knoxville , baggagemaster , back injured ; W . S . Overton , Knoxville , conductor ; Thomas Mills , Knoxv...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 1 March 1903
IB He Haw § L jLJS feaV 3 Ul fl J 1 B | B CHAMPAIGN . ^ m ** m ^^ mb ^ H ^^ ^^^ H ^ Hi ^ 9 B ^ ¦»»¦¦ ¦¦ SB HI L _ -J ~ V II - ADVANCE SHOWING OF NEW ^ - ARRIVALS IN SPRING , 1903 Tailor Made Suits j Dress Skirts and Coats I Mo part of the store is in more readiness to show what ^ is the correct style for spring than this depot . :: :: :: - - ^ Sl The garments for this spring are all tailored to perfection , and with the new and correct trimmings , bring ¦ them to a higher sphere of dressiness than was ever in evidence before . :: :: :: :: :: :: :: - It Is not too early to pick your spring and summer ready-to-wear garments . The assortment is already ex- • tensive and attractive for this early in the season . :: :: Come and see what we are offering this season and you will make this place your HEADQUARTERS , as the Values and Quality will demonstrate for themselves . :: ¦ ¦ , —j - - L . - 1 i 1 . . iSg . — Ladies Tailor-Made Suits , . . 5 . 00 to 30 . 00 i f Ladies Dress Skirts , . ....
IS GIVEN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
IS GIVEN Urbana Council Votes Thirty Year Franchise to Home Telephone Co . RATES PROVISIONS MADE * \ Usual Grist of Busines \ t the Gathering of the Locality Fathers By an ordinance which passed the city council at last night s meeting , the Home Telephone company is granted a thirty-year franchise in this city , With but few exceptions the ordinance carries with it the same provisions as outlined in The Courier a month ago , and was adopted by a unanimous vote . &amp; The action was in accordance with the recommendation of the special committee appointed at the last previous meeting for the purpose of looking into the matter . In it the company binds itself to remove all wires and poles from the streets located in the lire limits within a period of four years , and to adopt an underground system . The rates to be charged are not to exceed $ 30 a year for business houses and . $ 18 for residences . The company is to furnish the city eight phones free of cBarge , and for any ...
WANTS REWARD OFFERED [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
WANTS REWARD OFFERED James Yates Says Supervisors Should Seek Murderer . Mysterious Murder ol Several Years Ago Recalled by a Communication Irom Mr . Yates to The Courier . One , of Urbanas unsolved mysteries is recalled by a communication to The Courier from James Yates , a well Known employe of the Big Four shops . . Several years ago the body of Thomas Yates was found in the Boneyard branch beneath the . Main street bridge . The supposition of some theorists was that there had been a struggle and that the man had been killed and thrown off the bridge . No light was ever cast on the case . The communication is as follows : I would like to know through your paper what is the reason that the supervisors of Champaign county have never offered a reward to bring the guilty parties to justice for the murder of my brother , Thomas Yates . They have offered rewards for others , why not offer it in his case . He was an upright man and would harm no one . His brother , Jagnes Yates , is ask...
NEW TERM OF COURT [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 3 March 1903
NEW TERM OF COURT March Term of Champaign County Circuit Court Is Now On . JURORS ARE SELECTED , Judge Philbrick Presides Over Court—Number of Orders Are Made The March term of circuit court began yesterday morning . Judge Solon Philbrick presided , and the new jurist seemed to the manner born . The grand and petit jurors were sworn in . Judge Philbrick heard a number of motions and made some orders , adjourning the court early in the afternoon . Business will begin in earnest today at 9 a . m . The grand jury is as follows : Will iam A . Coolley , Ayers , foreman ; Ed- j ward L . B / ya , Tolonc- ; Charles II . t Russell , Champaign ; Henry Allen , : Champaign ; John Voss , Champaign ; J . j 1 . c ; roves , Champaign : F . L . Hutchins , Urbana ; Mort Killbury , St . Joseph ; John ( Mblin , Colfax ; Daniel Holterman , Sadorus : Eli Fenters , Stanton ; I-I . B . Go IT , Itantoul ; George J . J . Mumm , Crittenden ; John A . Hinton , Newcomb ; Isaac N . Parker , East Bend ; James Hen...