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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

THE URBANA DAILY COURIER

Publication Title: Urbana Daily Courier
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
PUT A DIME IN THE SLOT [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

PUT A DIME IN THE SLOT And Uncle Sam Will Deliver Your Letter For You . Washington , March 13 . —A dime in tho slot machine for special delivery letters is to be tried here . If tho scheme works the boxes will be put up at busy corners in all the big cities of tho country . M . B . Mills of Chicago , tho inventor , is here to install a dozen of the boxes to give the postotlice department an opportunity of testing their useful . ness . It looks like any other mail box , , said Mr . Mills . It is provldede with a cash box and a receptacle for letters . By dropping a dime In the slot the lower box opens . The moment the letter falls inside it is stamped with a consecutive number , each coin corres . ponding to the letter deposited at the time , so that if a bad piece of money is dropped , the accompanying letter is at once indicated and the cheat is frus . trated . Frequent collections will be made from the boxes .

Publication Title: Urbana Daily Courier
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CATARRH CURED BY DRY AIR , [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

CATARRH CURED BY DRY AIR , Hyomei Medicate the Air You Breathe , Kills the Germs and Cures the Disease . Hyomei cures catarrh thoroughly and permanently , because it reaches the smallest air cells in the head , throat and lngs , kills the germs causing the disease and drives it from the system . Hyomei goes t o the root of the disease , destroys the cause , and makes permanent cures which can be effected in no other way . Breathe it for a few minutes four times a day and benefit will be seen at once . Contnue this treatment for a few weeks and Hyomei will have cured you . The llyomeiiin the inhaler furnished with the outfit dries and sterilizes the air you breathe . It is a local and direct treatment for eradicating all catarrh germs in the mucus membrane and tissues and in this way cures catarrh in any part of the system . Used in connection with Hyomei Balm it has been successful in curing the worst and most / deep-seated cases of catarrhal . deafness , - i A . W . Clark of Everet...

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DUTIES OF ABATTOIR SHEEP . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

DUTIES OF ABATTOIR SHEEP . Trained Pet * That Head Their Vaanapeotinff Companion * to the- Slaughter . Out at the abattoir the pets among the sheep may be distinguished by their superior height and shapeliness and by the intelligence of their expression . The pets are murderers , says the Philadelphia Record . In the other pens sheep come and go by thousands to the slaughter , but the pets remain . They are trained to lead their f . ellowa to death , and they do thf » work well , for they have by reason of their strength , intelligence and beauty a great influence . When the butchers o £ the abbatoir wish to slaughter a flock of sheep word is passed to the pets , and they indifferently , calmly saunter in among the flock , gain their confidence and esteem and then take their places at the head and lead them to the slaughter house . Tho bloodstained and murderous pet » have more than one unsheeplike quality . They eat pretzels and pie and drink beer . Dear * In Yellowstone Park . STu...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

peMed ¥ W JMnsTl h nn rkTiirrio v H Is now located at 106 Main St . £ 2 pi Third door west of Market St . M « Everything New and Modern . H W The patronage of tke Public M IM is Solicited . ? 2 8 I Removed to 106 Main St . I —¦———¦—_—_——___________—_—___ I , ., ____ _______ 0 30 YEARS SELLING DIRECT 0 \ We arc the largest manufacturers o £ Vehicles and ^ g ^ NpljS ) il LI Harness in the world selling to consumers exclusively . VNV / W h ) K Ko . 78 » -Drlvln « WnBon . Price N 7 . No . CU-TopIlumryi will . \ ln . Kelly ^ Br Ah iroixl us noils fur IM innn-. Kultlift ilMS . Piij . ni .. I Eitm fur X lu . Kully Itubhcr Tlrci ew . As too . l iw Bella fur 136 mora . L WE HAVE NO AGENTS k nj but ship anywhere tor examination guaranteeing safe delivery . You arc out noth- H ft ing if not satisfied . We make 195 styles o £ vehicles and 6 S styles of harness . II 1 No . 53 S-Stanhopo . Prlco MJ . >•»¦ SS ? -Surrey . Price 178 . ¥ I As good as aolla for m more . as cood us noils for...

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: j THE ADVANCED METHODS IN MEDICINE OF THE BRITISH-AMERICAN INSTITUTE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

: j THE ADVANCED METHODS IN MEDICINE OF THE BRITISH-AMERICAN INSTITUTE . A Boon to the Afflicted—All Chronic Dis cases Treated in a Scientific Manner—Nc Cases Taken Unless a Cure Can be Effect ed—28 Incurables Were Rejected Lasi Month—Their Office Rooms are Crowdec Dally—Many Testimonials From Peopl * Who Have Been Cured . ¦

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JLATEST MARKET NEWSJ : £ Furnished by William White and Son , 5 £ Members Chicago Board of Trade . 5 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

JLATEST MARKET NEWSJ : £ Furnished by William White and Son , 5 £ Members Chicago Board of Trade . 5 OHIGAGO GRAIN LETTER . Urbana , March 13 . —WHEAT—Al- . though j . orelgu markets were lower , there was a good demand early on small Argentine shipments , but tho • . Modern Miller report was bearish [ enough to induce liquidation of long I wheat , while the spring-like weather was a bearish factor and only one load sold tor export . The closing was weak and it Is quite possible that further declines will appear , as local sentiment Is more bearish than otherwise . CORN—Not much In the way of a movement to this market was expected and occasioned what little strength t that appeared , although trade was \ rather light and sentiment bullish on May . There was commission house , selling , but offerings were well taken . OATS—Were quite strong and advanced sharply , due to light offerings from the west , while there was enough buying by elevator people to start short s covering In a rap...

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A KEW ERA FOR RUSSIA . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

A KEW ERA FOR RUSSIA . Oar Iknucm a Decree Glvlnur llellHloiiM Ijllierty to All III * Subject *—- JiWN Thought to IIo Included . St . Petersburg , March 3 . —The czar has issued a decree providing for freedom of religion throughout his dominions , establishing to some degree local self-governiiKnt , and makingother concessions to the village committees . After referring to the efforts of his predecessors , paticularly his father , to add to the welfare of the Russian people , the czar announced his decision to grant freedom of religion to ull his subjects who profess non-ortho-dox creeds , and to improve the conditions of village life and those of the local nobility and peasantry . Among the measures outlined by the czar for the attainment of these ends is reform of the rural laws , which is to he effected with the advice of persons who possess the confidence of the people . The system of administration in the various governments and districts is to be examined by representatives of...

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NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION . ¦ There is not another office in the city of Champaign that is visited by more people than that of The BrltshAmerican Medical Institute . Many ol these patients heard of the wonderful aucces 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 bo PERMA- . JVJSNTtY LOCATED in Champaign tJP were not slow to take advantage ofthe opportunity to be 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 few 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 Do...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

i ITEMS OF INTEREST . Russian Jews to the number of 24 ,- , 000 came to New York during 1902 . A . A . Aal Is a St . Louis merchant , who uses but two letters in signing his name . Anarchists arc responsible for the strike which has paralyzed all business in Buenos Ayres . The savings bank deposits of the United States equal the national debt multiplied by three . In Hawaii there are move Chinese than natives , and the Japanese outnumber the natives two to one . The average life of $ 1 and $ 2 bills from issue to redemption as mutilated currency is little more than two years . A tract of 20 , 000 acres in western Kansas has been bought by Indiana and Ohio capitalists for raising polled Angus cattle . A Woman s Words of Praise . Neosho Falls , Kans ., Nov . 13 , 1900 . Pepsin Syrup Co ., Monticella , 111 . Dear Sirs : —For almost fifteen years I suffered from indigestion , and last winter thought I would die . when my doctor , Dr . A . J . Lieurance of this place , advised me to try ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

CURES THE SICK

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

THE URBANA DAILY COURIER .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

| ITEMS OF INTEREST . Zola left a fortune of ? 400 , 000 , made up entirely from the profits of his novels . Street car conductors in Switzerland are paid 80 cents a day for twelve hours . Three tho . usand Chinese carpenters are on strike for better wages at Hong Kong . Two white miners have been killed and eaten lately by the blacks at Mambure , New Guinea . Widows will form the majority of the women guests at a charity ball to be given shortly at Vienna . Among the many hobbies of Senaor Hoar of Massachusetts is his fondness for trolley trips and dime , novels . The Stomach is the Man . A weak stomach weakens the man , because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment . Health and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without first restoring health and strength to the stomach . A weak stomach cannot digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body . Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses , purifies , swee...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

GiAiBESORE —DEALER IN— ¦ LATH , SHINGLES , DOORS , SASH , BLINDS , CEMENT , HAIR , LIME , ETC . ^ NlONrff ^ l LAflt ^ Estimates made and bills furAt nished for building on application . TWfeAlso dealex in P ID II COIL from the best mines in the coun- . try . Highest cash price paid for ¦ grain , :: :: :: . :: :: LUMBER YARD AND COAL OFFICE j MARKET STREET , URBANA . Vou pay lO cent * fbr CtgnrsnotsogoodUS URMS ) -e ^ B ^& fg r 7 ^ j STRAIGHT ^ <* \ ff . p . LEWIS , MANVR y . PCORIA . ILlt

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

j Though the cost of Jf ffl living has increased , ¦ Mjj % the cost of pj - ;? Uneeda • Biscuit I is ever the same— J j S ^^ li In the same In-er-seal Package . J J ? 5 ? v NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY JA ^ ^ m ^ mmkmk ^^ mkmk ^^ 11 mis i id in co . IK if «| g * JOINT STOCK CO . * £ g $ &\ NO . 10 MAIN ST . CHAMPAIGN , LLL .. | g | H ? v \*^ wwvwvvw % vw \ www ^ wwwwwvvtvvv »* S | j | Forty Champaign Co . Stockholders . :: Responsibility Over $ 2 , 000 , 000 . 00 |& m THE STRONGEST BANK IN CENTRAL ILLINOIS . Wif General Banking . Savings Dept . Abstracts of Title . || ; Us Always glad to see our friends and make new acquaintances . 2 % | R | £ | semi annual interest paid on savings deposits . , § k , *?_* X _ k mk Feank B . Vikkum , President . Vikgil W . JoHNSTON , _ J 1 ce-President . SB O Shields A . Blaine , Cashier . George R . Sua mi an ,- Assistant Cashier . BLH DIRECTORS gj ; g £ John H . Savage , John W . Richmond , James B . Bdsky , N . M . Bcet , - §&a...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

THE DAILY COURIER PVBLISUSD ttV TUI URBANA COURIER COMPANY . J . K . GROOM Mawaokb Office to Courier DuildiuB North Kaoe street , » t rear ol Postofflce TXRMS Of SBBSOKIPTION . Per year W 00 Per week 10 - AddieBs Tub Dbbaha Courikr Co .. Crbana , HI . Entered at the postoBlco at Urbana , Illinois , as second-class matter . Anonymous communications will not be noticed . Rejected communications will not be returned . * 9-Orders for delivery of The DAitv Oourikr to either residence or place , of business may be made by postal card or through telephone , Bell 1781 or Home phone 417 . - Any irregularity m delivery should be immediately repbrted to the Office of publication SATURDAY , MAItOH 14 , 1903 . ANNOUNCEMENTS SUPERVISOR . I hereby mnounce myself as a candidate for the office of Supervisor of Urbana township ( to succeed myself ) , subject to the acti » n of the Republican primariy . FRED B . BUBBLING . ASSESSOR . Please announce my name as a candidate for township assessor at the ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

FRANCHISE CAUTION . Over at Decatur they are having trouble getting the interurban line into the city . The traction company controls all the streets which are ap . - proaches to the city , and like all other city lines , object to the interurban entering On their lines or streets occupied by them . Why the traction companies oppose this deponent saith not , for he does not know , but it is general all over the country . The traction companies secure valuable franchises and then either refuse admittance to interurbans or rob them by the high charges to them e for the very privileges they themselves secured without cost . They do not care a fig for how much these lines benefit the public . Generally they do not . want to build interurbans themselves so they do the dog in the manger act . The Decatur council took the matter In hand , however , and told the traction company it must let the Interurban in . The council , of course , adniit-

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All Humors [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903

All Humors ted tho traction company s right to charge , but it stipulated how tho amount should be arrived at , so aa not to be more than fair . Urbana wants to bo mighty on at least two points in granting franchises . First , no exclusive fights ; second , not too long a time . But every franchise ought to be a source of revenue to tho city . The most progressive cities in Illinois reap benefits from the valuable franchises they granted . The city , to bo progressive , must Have public utilities , and franchises must be granted , but due caution should be exercised in granting them . IlnngluK to Fence Pout . • Louisville , Ky ., March 13 . —Hanging to a fence post on the Thompson farm , half way between the tracks of the Louisville Jockey club and Wathens trotting- track , a man was found dead . In his pocket was ft letter addressed to It . Sergeant and signed by the Oliver Snyder Machine company , of Pittsburg , Pa . Robbed the Mails . Boston , March 13 . —The city police and post...

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