The Urbana Daily Courier from Urbana, Illinois on January 23, 1923 · 10
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The Urbana Daily Courier from Urbana, Illinois · 10

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Tuesday, January 23, 1923
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JWWtk ip ft! fpf s?F:of4 :K2 I ‘ ht trie ’ ti ff4Ss ' !l' La ' Jci 4 ct rr nb lasHI K - P :C‘ W !“! 8 ki f hill pi I ma bi iRop K W 'trFro: ''i r n j w! - f t 1 ’ 9 iWti 4 ysftsp u! mi As insurance agents of dependable insurance companies we are allowed a commission to In figuring out the kind and amount of insurance you need For drawing the policy contract and inspecting your property For watching values so that you do not pay for too much insurance nor for too ’ little For keeping your insurance in force For safeguarding your interests preventing error and loss We are alsoi bound to give you counsel and advice that will make your property safe from fire Hie policy 122 SOUTH RACE ST ssaodoi I0ES01 g SCREENED LUMP COAL $690 We Also Have Sharon f Peabody ' Reliance Pyroliie Lump and Nut Coals SHARON COAL YARD 12a E Main St Phone 7-1290 Urbana U o K0E30) Nemo Self-Reducing No 3J3 is a real bargain It has a low ttp and medium skirt Made in durable pmk or White coutil sizes 24 to 36— and costs only $300 i f your dealer ain't Bet It end n ne td-dress size and $3 We'll send the corset Hyaienic-Faihinu Institute “120 E 16th St New York (Dept b) ' pay for our a customer is for jour protection The agent is your Boggs & Armstrong URBANA ILLINOIS TALK AMERICAN NOT ENGLISH By Halbert O Crews (Bulled I ‘toss Cot respondent) Spnnglleld 111 Jan 23— "Oh 1 beg your pardon for not understanding you hul you aeo I do not speak English I talk only the Aroeitoan language" Illinois residents who tiavel abioud may be compelled to make this ixciimi in the tuture If State Senator Fiank J Ryan of Chicago suc- NEVER USE DRUGS To Relieve or Prevent Colds Drugs me liable to have an injurious effect upon the nerves or heart A pute healthful laxative herb tonic like Bulgarian Heib Tea ta very effective and positively harmless— jimt take it steaming hot with lemon juee at bedtime It helps bieak up a cold (illicitly Mrs Mabel Powell ) ARE YOU NERVOUS? Bide’ up Your H-altli Strength tnrl Good Looks by Following This Woman’s Advice Springfield 111 — "For a rundown nervous condition I know cf nothing that will equal Dp Pierce’s Fuvorlto Preccriptiou I have taken it when In a veal: nervouu roumtion and always found it to ho very beneficial I would never hesitate to recommend Dr PJeroe’s Favorite Proscription to all women who are ailing iml nervous”— Mrs Mabel 1 ’on ell 1000 id 15th St Start on the read lo beauty by obtaining this “Proscription” of Dr Pierce’s of your nearest druggist or send 10c to Dr 1'ieico’s Invalids’ Hotel in Buffalo N Y for tiial pkg Experience is the Best! Teacher Therefore you might profit by our leading contractor's experience and buy your material of Hunter Wood Service Organization Where quality is assured ORA EBERT of Hunter - W ood Service Organization “Let Us Figure Your Bill” service to you frirnd See ye 4Pj is PHONE— 7-3902 IS 1 ’nil teeds in persuading the legislature to adopt his bill aim lie says he is injing dead eaiuest about It The bill would mother the wake the ollieiul language of the state ot Illinois ttiu "Amuucun language' Over in Indiana and across the itvei in Mlssouil and up in Wisconsin they would continue to talk English but in Illinois we would talk only American The bill which was introduced a week age is lying on tee president's table in the s aae -t is a question as to what comm Klee will get it Since there lb no committee on languages and none oi ethnology it probably will he scut to the judiciary committee when that committee is unpointed Souutor ltyan thinks that we will he less English if we will cease to call our language by that name ills bill reads as loilows: hereus Since the creation of our American republic there have been certain toiy elements In our country w ho have never become reconciled lo our lepuhllean institutions and have ever clung to the traditions of king and empire and "Whereas The assumed dominance of this lory element In thp social business and political life of America tends to force the other racial units In self defense to organise on racial lines thus creating nations within a nation and tosteiing those racial and religious differences which lead to disunion and disintegration and uirsu Whereas The supreme problem of American statesmen and Buprerae de- sire of American patriots is to weld the racial units into a solid American nation in the sense that England vv h e U cl jie r 11 1 a “ y alfe nations and V hoi eas Hie name of a language of a country hu8 a powerful Influence in' siimulating and preserving the mi- anv?n on - I Hheteas The languages of other! countries bear the name of countries' to which they belong the language of! Germany being called Herman of France Fiench ol England English and son on and "Whereas Our government laws customs ami ideals as well as our language differ materially trom those of England now therefoie "Section 1 Be it enacted by the! over Sunday people of the stale of Illinois repre ! The Delphian society met with settled in the general assembly 1 Mrs Ous Kuhne on South Chandler "The official language ot the state street this afternoon of Illinois shall be Known hereafter Dewey Wood and family of Wills-ns the ’American' language and not1 ’ visaed his parents Mr and Mrs as the 'English’ language" J Robert Wood over Sunday - — — i Mrs Charles Harris and Mrs Gus I Kuline were Paxton visitois on Tuesday Peeves ’Em a Bit Did you ever notice the expression of contempt on the face of a French Canadian when cm asked 1dm If he was lioi n In France? asks the Somerville Journal 1 THE URBANA DAILY COURIER g -jj — ---ri — " HAS CARED FOR PLOT 50 YEARS AGEGD WOMAN NEVER HAS AL LOWED LINCOLN GRAVE TO BE NEGLECTED Illy lfa lulled I’m I Janesville III Jan 23— ‘‘I am paat 7i years old and I am si 111 waUhing the giave of Thomas Lincoln the lather of Abraham Lincoln" This is the statement of Mrs Susan D Baker ol this uty who claims she Nel) ( la visiting relatives and litemls has kept an eye upon the neglected jere an(j j8 the guest of Alex Me-moimds of the Lincoln family for over jjarry 30 yea-s j jrs y A Brown will entertain the 1 Mrs Bakei’s father owned the Knday Afternoon club at her home giound whete the cemeteiy Is lotat-l(n East Sangamon avenue Friday ed and the homestead is but a short J j C Webber visited his mother I distance away From her window Mrs Mary E Webber at Urbana ou she says she can look out over the Sunday graves When Abe Lincoln paid a Rev C W Herat will attend a visit to the grave of his father he woild movement business meeting at at ked Mrs Baker to look after yie lot the First Baptist church at Cbam-uniil m tints Hanks could place a paign from 1 to 5 o’clock Wednesday monument over It That was In 18?() afternoon In 1898 a movement was started to move the bodies from the piesent mo location but the trustees of the ceme ter: ry objected and the matter was dropped rr There is a memorial window In the church here to Thomas Lincoln an 1 Buiah Bush Lincoln ami above the window there is a pictuie ot the log cabin they occupied The final rebt-ptace of Abraham Lincoln's own second wife of Thomas Urbana R F D No 1 Jan 23— Mr and Mrs John Nelson entertained W H Scott and daughter Hortense on Sunday Bernice McLaughlin who has been critically ill with enlarged kidney is 1 I Oj-eg 32 S'Rin Richard were calling on her sisetr The grave of Thomas Lincoln and bis fust wife appears to have tecelved little attention I’osteiity has been piejudieed against Thomas Lincoln latgely due to the slighting references lo him in the works on the life of Abraham Lincoln (onveying the Impression that hp was lazy and tome what shiftless and unworthy icpie-sentatlve of the Lincoln line Ho died a sti auger In a strange land ami "meinoiy o’er his tomb no trophies’ raised” Altlio it appears to have been the wish of ids son that the grave should be properly marked theie has been nothing done Mrs Baker is under the impression that a national movement was Matted 12 years ago to provide funds for a fitting monument If the money was inked it was utilized for other purposes she says as it has not been expended here RANTODL WINS FROM T0L0H0 k Jan' 23 7T'e Sa?toul 3S- pPIC piiair cpi(ed tbf T° °no te?m a at ‘‘J ownship i f m ' ‘T’1' eam 8 ‘ °£ l‘° Thrt r L nf cHuioli will serve a chicken dinner in ujg iiagement parlors of the church lrom n t0 3 on vyednesday Robert Martin of Posey Ind is the new lnan as thitd trick operator at u1P j f depot Fred Funkhouser was unable to attend to his duties n- Champaign during the week-end on account of Neil Garley of Illiopolis was the guest 6f Mr and Mrs Jacob Stengle Sundaj Mr and Mrs Maurice Goidon visited friends at Champaign on Saturday Fred Lambert of Alton is visiting old tnends here this week Misses Grace Diller and Grace Higgins of Champaign visited at the home ot the former's parents Dr and Mrs F S Diller Sunday Mr and Mrs H II Sckle of Ur bana visited Howard Frazier and family Saturday Mrs Alice Trees returned Friday from a two months’ visit wllta relative and friends in Indiana The household goods and furniture of the late Mrs Margaret Lovejoj was sold at public auction at the home of Kail Ljnn on West Champaign avenue Saturdav Miss Beadle Lanmim left Saturday for Kelley Field San Antonio Tex where she has accepted a position Mks Lannnm has been employed at J Chnnute Field lor the past year and j lias made a number of friends waile I here who on Friday evening gave her a farewell party at the home of Mr and Mrs G Kimes on East Bell ave-! nue The evening being spent in j music and games and I’ght refreshments were seived Miss Bell Webb of Mans'eiG visile 1 her sister Mrs M Clark and tamll” Sunday Mrs Sol Mantle Hattie Clark and Mis Lenox Trickle were Champaign visitors Saturday William Purtill and family of Pax-ton visited his parents Mr and Mrs 1 John Purtill on East Champaign ave-I nue Sunday Mrs Frank Iordon visited lelatlves an3 friends at Centralia during the j week-end 1 The Ladies Aid of the Congrega-! tional church will meet with Mrs C R Blood on Fast Bell avenue on Wed-1 nesday j Kenneth Stv and Llovd Crane v'sit j ed ftiends at Paxton Sunday 1 Mr and Mrs Teddy Kelley of Pen-! field weie the guests of th latter’s j parents Mr and Mrs Henry Kaler I on East Campbell avenue Sunday Mrs Isabelle Graves of Warsaw Ind is visiting her mother Mrs Ellen Thompson and cisters Mjna and Lu-ei'e on East Sangamon avenue Dr and Mrs Timothy Daily aie in Chicago this week where the former is attending a convention now In session Earl Turfall of Spence Ind visit- ' ed at the home df Fied Munson and family Saturday and Sunday 1 risking her bister Mrs Jake Arnold and family at Tub i an this week R M Cox and W Coddington trans-j acted business at Urbana on Monday j Miss Juno Parker visited her parents at Ludlow over Sunday Marshal Zanders has resigned his position at Zander's grocery and ac-1 r opted a position as traveling salesman for Swift' Ab Co Chicago Mr and Mrs Thomas ifurphy of t Roberts visited their- son Dr 0 E 1 Murphy and wife Sunday Jessie Miller entertained the Mon-i ! day Card club at the home of her mother Mrs Anna Miller on East I Bell avenue Monday evening Andrew Jessellson of Holdr’dge Mr and Mrs Leo Siela are the parents of a daughter born Thursday URBANA R F D NO I Mrs Melvin McLaughlin and Mrs W F Merrick Sunday afternoon P M Watson and family have moved on a farm near Staley and Mr Lewis has moved into the property vacated by Mn Watson Mr and Mrs Alhert Grice attended church in Urbana Sunday morning Mrs W F Merrick and children visited with Mr and Mrs Frank Merrick recently Miss Bertha Peters was calling at the hone of Mrs John Nelson Sunday afternoon Read the Advertisements STORAGE Clean Sanitary Vermin Proof WAGNER & SOn MAIN 10 COAL EGG $600 FURNACE $750 LUMP $800 Consumer’s Fuel Company Robert Wagner Telephones 7-2414 7-1814 TRY SULPHUR ON AN ECZEMA SKIN Costs Little and Overcomes Trouble Almost Over Night Any breaking out of the skin even fiery itching eczema can be quickly overcome by appljing Mcntho-Sulphur declares a noted skm specialist Because of its germ destroying properties this sulphur preparation instantly brings eave from skin irritation soothes and heals the eczema right up and leaves the skin clear and smooth It seldom fails to relieve the torment without delay Sufferers from skm trouble should obtain a small jar of Rowles Mcntho-Sulphur from any good druggist and use it like cold cream FEW FOLKS HAVE GRAY HAIR NOW Druggist Says Ladies Are Using Recipe of Sage Tea and Sulphur Hair that loses its color and lustre or when it fades turns gray dull and lifeless is caused by a lack of sulphur in the hair Our grandmother made up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to keep her locks dark and beautiful and thousands of women and men who value that even color that beautiful dark shade of hair which is so attractive use only this old-time recipe Nowadays we get this famous mixture improved by the addition of other ingredients by asking at any drug store for a bottle of “Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound” which darkens the hair so naturally so evenly that nobody can possibly tell it has been applied You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair taking one small strand at a time By morning the gray hair disappears but what delights the ladies with Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur Compound is that besides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications it also brings back the gloss and lustre and gives it an appearance of abundance Just Like Picking Up Money Dollar Day Bargains here are real bargains and you’ll never find money any EASIER! - ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS 15 25 40 50 60 Any size-4 for Willow Clothes Baskets $100 White Bread Boxes $100 Carpet Sweepers $250 values $149 Alarm Clocks $100 Shears — first quality nickel plated 6-7-8” $1 pair Oil Mop — full size detachable swab for washing $100 BLUE AND WHITE ENAMELED WARE Dish Pans Tea Kettles Water Buckets — ' blue and white — choice FREEMAN & SON HARDWARE 110 West Main Street Bring your Pleating to us— And Have Done Right Your Old Garmenls Made Like New We maks a specialty of repleating old garments Any style accordion side or kilt pleating One way or with a box or panel front Box and combination pleats good work and satisfaction Getting Ahead of the Children Having the children’s 'clothes looking just so is a constant source of worry and labor to a particular mother The problem is to reduce it to a minimum and get a maximum of satisfaction with the least possible work Send the Children’s Things to Us Right Methods — Right Prices — Prompt Service American Dry Cleaning Co "Efficient and Reliable" Cleaning Dyeing and Pressing Work Called For and Delivered 217 West Main Street Urbina lunois Phone 7-3507 - TTie Best Results from COURIER WANT ADS-Try ’em ’ TUESDAY JANUARY isj ' f Urbana It ir

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