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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 14 March 1903
Keep You Hunting To think of anything T ^ TTTZ umri / I i not found in THIS WEEK I TS ^^ S ^ Z ^^ TSTSSS We offer a choice pattern of g f ^^^ decorated Semi Porcelain 3 I BT V W ~ T W m Ware , all large pieces ; your 1 HUB h 24 c ___ Vrooman s Sanitary Sink St jg » A g ^ Strainer— § M OAI &lt; 25 c I &gt;^ Another new pattern in Glass- 8 ware 12 c to— 1 \ \ DS , 0 c £ JUT ik * J • • Handsome Berry Sets—- ¦ 59 c &lt; Bargain .., cobbler outfits—- .. Department 38 c 109 Main Street , Urbana . n-jn ^— - —s-sms .,.,,., 1 , S . t . HUFf &amp; C 0 LUMBER LIME , CEMENT 1 ( M ! If you are going to Build or Repair pou cannot afford to miss getting oui figures . Only the best of everything in our line handled . Prices and treatment always right . Dont forget to :: :: :: iBUY COAL AT HUFFS . Come and See Us . Call Us Up . HOME PHONE , 488 ; BELL PHONE , 4914 S . E . HUFF &amp; CO Corner Lincoln &amp; University Aves . i ^ aeafca ***^^ | i = * yx ...
WILLJVEAR " THE GREEN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
WILLJVEAR THE GREEN iExpect Throng Here Tuesday I to Celebrate St . Patricks I . ¦ DayHIBERNIANS TiJMCH . \\ JSB ^ - . . Big Parade Is Planned—Rev . Father Caraher of Chicago the Oratfr of the Day . Then up came Napper Tandy , , And took me Ijy the hand : ¦ tie says to me , Old Ireland ; ¦ • . And how does she stand ?* * Tits the most distressed country ¦ vfhat ever you have seen ; Tor theyre hanging men and women For the wearing of the green . - That is the song of an Irish bard , . and Irish people sang it in the dark tdays of the shamrock . The hand of I the oppressor and conqueror drove the , singers to find new homes across the ~ sea , but the sons and daughters of Erin ^ never forgot the land of their sires , and on next Tuesday they will gather In the twin cities and celebrate as it ; has never been celebrated here before , , St , Patrick s day , the natal day of the &gt; patron saint of Ireland . % ¦• The celebration will not be confined I to the twin cities , but wi...
INTERURBAN MATERIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
INTERURBAN MATERIAL . Is in Champaign and Will Be g Placed Soon as Jfossible . Towns Through Which Road Will Pass Are Historic—Histories of Some of Them . Material for the street car Y at Main and Walnut streets , in Champaign , and for the 100 feet of new track to be put In by the Danville , Urbana &amp; Champaign Railway Co ., on Walnut street , has all been received and will be placed as soon as the weather is suitable for such work . The company does not intend to - tear up the street until the danger of interruptions by rain is considerably less than at the present time . — The * new track on Walnut street is to be used for cars engaged in the interurban ser . vice . Some of the towns through which the new road , passes are among the oldest in Champaign and Vermilion counties . Oakwood is one of these , it was surveyed just thirty-four years ago this month , and like Chicago , was burned out . In 1871 the business por . tion of the place was destroyed by lire , but in t...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
RUDYARD KIPLING f Kudyard Kipling , novelist , poet , and patriot , has written many things , but never anything better than his novel , The Light That Failed / which begins as a serial story in The Courier this morning . Kipling is probably the most prominent literary figure in-the world . He is paid the highest prices for his work , which is eagerly sought for . The opportunity to read his great novel has never been given newspaper subscribers before . The / Light That Failed is a stirring story of love , war and adventure , depicted by a master hand . The hero is an artist , who is also a war correspondent , and who is threatened with blindness , hence the title . The heroine is lovable , and one of the few women Kipling has drawn at length . To give a synopsis of the story would be spoiling the pleasure of reading it .
RESULT IN CHAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
RESULT IN CHAMPAIGN Republicans Over There Nominate Township Ticket . 0 . H . Swigart Misses Out for Assistant Supervisor—The Result of the Primary in Detail . For Collector— GEORGE W . DA . VIDSO . N . For Assessor—A . S . WEEKS . For Township Clerk—F . W . BASSETT . For Constable—AUGUST M . EVANS . For Highway Commissioner—J . M . BLAINE . For Assistant Supervisor ( two to elect . )—T . . J . PATTENGALE , M . L . ARMSTRONG . The ahove township ticket was nominated by . the Champaign republicans yesterday . At 1 o clock the Champaign meeting was called to order by Chairman P . G . Jones . C . X ) . Brownell was secretary . The temporary officers were made permanent . It . was moved . and carried that the list of election officials as published be the officers of the primary . They were as follows : Judges , Judson Sayers , L . II . Bridges : clerks . Harry Stewart , L . F . Wingard ; challenger , H . J . Townley . Notwithstanding the bad condition of the country roads , the farmers...
TOWNSHIP " PRIMARIES [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
TOWNSHIP PRIMARIES The Republicans in Urbana Township Choose Their Candidates . WERTS AND GARRISON . Winners for Commissioners of Highways—Othres Named by Acclamation . For Supervisor—FRED . E . EUBEL1 NU . For Assistant Supervisor—JOHN ! MCCULLOUGH . For Town Clerk — FRANK IN . GALLS . For Collector— C . B . HOLMES . For Assessor—L . A . McLEAN . For Highway Commissioner , District No . 2—G . A . GARRISON . For Highway Commissioner District No . 3— FRANK WERTS . The Urbana republican township primary was held yesterday afternoon at the city building in the council chamber . For only two offices was it necessary to ballot , as the candidates for the other offices were unopposed . Township chairman M . S . Parks called the convention to order at 1 : 30 o clock . Secretary Joseph W . Royer read the call for the convention . A . M . Pauley was chosen chairman and Mr . Royer secretary . When the meet , ing had thus been organized , it pro . ceeded to business . A committee of three was ...
WINS THE CORN CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
WINS THE CORN CONTEST W . H , Stanner of Mayview Has the Best Exhibit And He JsThereTore Awarded 510 in floldr the Prize Hung Up by Coffin &amp; Freeman , the Real Estate Men . The corn contest inaugurated about three months ago by Coffin &amp; Freeman , the local real estate men . ended yesterday afternoon , and proved to be one of the most novel and interesting methods ever devised for advertising purposes in the twin cities . Great interest was developed and all dur . ing . the day the office of the firm was thronged with farmers and town people who came in to view the exhibit . Twelve exhibits were brought in , and the opinion of everyone who took the time to look them over was that the exhibit as a whole was the finest ever brought together in the county . White corn predominated , but the yel . low which was shown ranked with it . The firm had asked Dwight S . Dalby , of the University Experiment station , to furnish a judge for the contest , and he sent them M...
M' ¦ ¦ CURDY THREW HIM OFF [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
M ¦ ¦ CURDY THREW HIM OFF ,.. • ji | John Miiligan oi Champaign Has to | telk . . ; gj —V—;—Conductor Dumped Hira In Desolate Portion of Indiana—Cnampaign Man Will Sue . John Miiligan , the well . known marble man of Champaign * Is at his home confined to bed as a result of the shak . ing up he received yesterday when Conductor McCurdy of the Peoria and Eastern , threw him oft a passenger train . This is the second time Miiligan and McCurdy have had trouble . . Miiligan has brought one suit against the conductor ; he will bring another . Mr . Miiligan states that he bought a ticket , round-trip , to Indianapolis , He gave the correct portion of it to Conductor McCurdy . At Covington , the conductor appeared and because the passenger had no hat check , de . manded fare . Mr . Miiligan declares that the conductor had purposely failed to give him a hat check . When Miiligan went to produce his roundtrip ticket , he could not find it at once and he declares that the railroad man did not...
' ACCEPT ROVER ' S PLANS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
ACCEPT ROVER S PLANS Urbana Architect Gets Piatt County Court House . Two Architects Oppose Him—Building to Cost $ 80 , 000—Description of the Plans for Structure . Monticello , March . 14 . —The plans submitted by Architect J . W . Royer * , of Urbana , for the new court house here , were accepted by the board of supervisors . Three architects com . peted . The other two were R . O . Rosen of Decatur , and J . C . Lewellyn of Chicago . These three were selected from the first- fifteen who presented plans . • .-, ¦¦¦ ¦ Mr . Royer once before submitted plans , but the estimates were too high . This time the plans call for a build , ing to cost nearly ^ 80 , 000 , including the fees of the architect . It will be built probably on the public square and will be of . brick , stone and terra cotta . On-the lower floor will be the supervisors room , the slier , ills office , county superintendent s of . lice , and other offices , together with vaults . On the second floor will be the count...
BURGLARS AT WILL M'CLURG'S [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
BURGLARS AT WILL MCLURGS Noctnrnal Intruders Alake Appearance But Are Frightened Away . Burglars entered the home of Wm . McCJurg , on South Vine street , Friday night , but were frightened away before they had time to get anything . Entrance was gained through a window . One of the little girls was awakened by a man rummaging about the room and thinking it was her father , called to him . The fellow spoke ^ to her In awhisper telling her to be quiet that her mother had been taken suddenly ill , and that the doctor had been called . The child was frightened and with a scream awakened the family . The fellow saw that the best thing he could do was to get out , and he escaped through a door . Mr . McClurg gave chase , but was unable to get near the fellow .
DR . NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
DR . NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS . Will Lecture at the University . Cbapel-on Wednesday Evening . Perhaps the best and widest known preacher in America is Dr . Newell Dwight Hillis . In the west he is best known as succassor . to ... David Swing , as pastor of the Central church , Chicago . In the east he is known and worthily , as the successor of Henry Ward Beecher and Lyman Abbott . His reputation has gone beyond bis native shores , and he is internationally known as one of America s leading thinkers upon religious topics . During the last half century the world , or at least the modern part of it , has been going chr ^ ugh an evolu . tion , the magnitude of which only future generations can fully realize . In government , society and religion there has been a shaking up of old institutions—a coming of new , and a conse . quent _ readjustment of the old ideas . There has been and now in the minds of many , an uncertainty as to just what part wll be swept away and what part remain . This...
DIES FROM INJURIES . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
DIES FROM INJURIES . Mrs . WHIsey Who Was Struck by Big Four Passenger Train . Mrs . William Willsey , of 400 East Stoughton . street , Champaign , who was struck by a Big Four train at the de . pot in that city , about 3 oclock Friday afternoon , died at 9 : 30 o clock Saturday morning at the Burnham hospital . She had a severe scalp wound and both her legs were broken below the knee . Mrs . Willsey was born in Clarks . ville , Albany county , New York , sev . enty-three years ago . She was married June 10 , 1847 , and came to Champaign with her husband thirty . four years ago . She was one of Champaigns oldest and most respected residents , and her tragic death was a shock to all who knew her . Besides her husband , Mrs . Willsey leaves six children , Mrs . Elizabeth Rose and Mrs . Hannah Robertson , of Champaign ; Mrs . Kate Dockens , of Chicago ; John , William and Hiram Willsey . The remains are at the home of her daughter , Mrs . Robertson , 305 West Tremont street .
DEATH OF OTTO M'CLUGHEN . j [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
DEATH OF OTTO MCLUGHEN . j Big Four Shop Employe Passes Away Satnr- « - &gt; &gt;&gt; day After a Short Illness . ¦ */ Otto McClughen died at his home at ^ , 501 South Prairie street , Champaign , , \ . v at 5 : 30 oclock Saturday morning , ! 5 from measles , after an illness of a /; - « , week . ( ^ The death of Mr . McClughen Is a i * V particularly sad one . Aside from hia SM seemingly untimely taking away , he / ^ P had been married only four weeks , his - \ ^ w bride being Miss Stella Swearingen , of H &gt; JJt this city . Had . he lived until April 1 , % ^ % m he would have been twenty-five years &gt; iwm old . He was employed In the Big 4 lM Four shops here . He has a mother , ;« and two sisters and two brothers in a ;^ S Urbana , and a sister , Mrs . George ^ lllil Doss , in Philo . The funeral will oc- ! r | J | | cur today at the residence at 2 o clock / SmS and will be in charge of Company . -M . , v , $ ta § i
THE STEEL HIGHWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
THE STEEL HIGHWAYS Condensed News Items of General Interest to Railroad Men . GATHERED BY THE COURIER Doings ofOthe Officials and Em * ployes Along the Peoria and Eastern . Notwithstanding the fact that Presi . dent Ramsey of the Wabash is apparently fighting the brotherhood men to a finish , in the United States courts , there are indications that he will soon offer a compromise to the men in the shape of a slight increase in . pay to all of the employes east of the Mississippi river , who were denied any such increase during the recent conference . At a meeting of ail of the division superintendents of the system and some of the trainmasters at his office in St . Louis Thursday , the wage question was the chief topic of conversation and it was the opinion of the major , ity of those present , that the men on the east side of the river were entitled to a little more pay . The increase to the men west of the river , will not be changed , as the men were given what they asked for . I...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
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CURES THE SICK ! [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
CURES THE SICK ! THE ADVANCED METHODS IN MEDICINE OF THE BRITISH-AMERICAN INSTITUTE . A B ^ to the Afflicted—All Chronic Diseases Treated in a Scientific Manner—No Cases Taken Unless a Cure Can be Effected—28 Incurables Were Rejected Last Month--Their Office Rooms are Crowded Daily—Many Testimonials From People Who Have Been Cured . NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION . There is not another office in the city of Champaign that is visited by more people than that of The BritshAmerican 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 PERMANENTLY * MOATED in Champaign they were nWelow to take advantage of the 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 ...
Ilatest market NEWS . f [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 15 March 1903
Ilatest market NEWS . f C Furnished by William White and Son , 5 C Members Chicago Board of Trade . 5 CHICAGO GRAIN LETTER , Urbana , March 11 . —Although Liverpool was lower there was some buying early on fears of cold weather , while foreign statistics were rather bullish . The market was very nervous , May ad . vanclng to 75 on good commission house buying with shorts covering , but the weakness in corn and selling of the deferred futures brought about declines with the closing soft , although there was a fair amount of export business tor the hist of the week . It is possible that values may be worked lower , but on soft spots wo would fa . vor sin-chases . CORN—There was some commission house buying early , and it was thought that Cudahy was selling through brokers . Late in the session offerings were very heavy with May declining nearly 1 c and it looked as if the bulk of the soiling was for Armour account . There was a slight recovery toward the close . We would not be surpri...