The Chronicle-Telegram from Elyria, Ohio on August 7, 1903 · Page 7
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THE CHBONICUB FRIDAY, AiTCHTSTi V 1908 PAOK ··········MM THE BIGGS AND EVERARD CO. 8 ^B mm Saturday's Extra Special Sale AUGUST 8th, 1903 Fifty Ladies' Fine $2.50 Parasols. We will close them out Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. Choice while tney last 98 Gents SILK JACKETS and COATS Special Sale cf Ladies' Silk Jackets in Fine Peau de Soie and Taffetas OFFtCUL fAffi Of THE CITY 15.00 Silk Coats ........ ; ....... , ......... now gl Q Ofi 12.00 Silk Coats ...... . ..... . ......... . ......... ....now [\ 8.98 10.00 Silk Coats ------------ . ...................... ; .now | 7.98 7.50 Silk Coats ......................... , ....... ..now J |j Ofi 6.50 Silk Coats .......... : ........................ U0 w (i.OO Silk Coats ........................ . .......... now 5.00 Silk Coats: ................................... now 3.98 Good roads meeting tonight. . Miss Clara Gratz has returned from a visit in Lorain. £. H. Wurst is in Norwalk and Bellevue on business today. Lorain is now in the throes in the el«*~tion of a queen of the carnival. Norwalk is having a session of carnival this week, as well as Lorain. All prisoners at the county jail v.-erc photographed Thursday afternoon. Miss Edith Braman has returned home from her summer's work at Escanaba. J. Vaughn and family have returned from their vacation in Penfield and Litchfield. i A barn dance was given at Mrs. Susie K. Clarke's of West River St., Thursday evening. J. F. Rr-l;» :rr.«J ;vife .reis.rncd Thursday evening from a month's trip through the south and west. Miss Mary Phillips of 416 East avenue, left for Homellsville, N. Y.. Thursday, to spend -a few weeks with friends. Natural gas is being advertised in Norwalk papers in competition with coal for winter fuel. Similar conditions will obtain here in a short time. Mrs. B. F. Grandy and Miss 1 j Grace Grandy of Middle avenue. I have returened from a visit with F. | L. Fuller and other friends and rel- I atives in Cleveland. Ira Root, a former Monroeville tried being a desperado in To- i ledo last week, and was run in. He was flourishing a revolver and had a bottle of vitrol with him as weapons. He has been ruined by- drink. R. E: Braman, who Has been ill for several months, but is now able to be about the house, met with a fall Thursday morning which it* was feared at the time might cause a relapse. No seriou* results followed, however. · · : . . .. The remains of Dr/ Adolph Cudell, one of the young men drowned off of Cleveland, has been recoved. The other, Dr. Ernest: v Lueke, has ·UfeteeV *· a Jeeeo Von Puttkamer, the 14-year-ett grandnephew of Prince Bismarck, im a prtaa feeder in a job printing establishment in Wllkesbarre. Pa. Hig mtm t. Mrs. Mary Royer. with whom he lives, is a scrubwoman. The boy's father. Fran- els Von Puttkanwr. was an oflcer In the Oeman cavalry. About 25 years mgo. the boy says, he quarreled with Prince Bismarck and fled from Germany, glr- up home, position and money. In New York he was at one time a dishwasher. He married and two children were born--Marguerite, aged 16. who is now a mill worker in Philadelphia, and Jeaco. In Australia the haystacks are of enormous size. The great stacks are built with picturesque peaked roof lines and smooth, well-raked sides. It is a scaimoa slglit In Australia, however, to we a haystack several times the size of the barn which houses the rest of the crops cf the farm. These enormous hay. stacks frequently contain some thousands of tons of hay. One mammoth stack, when complete, was 298 feet long, while its width was 97 feet. Th- height of the stack was nearly 100 feet --N. Y. Sun. . MEN'S OUTFITTER Afraid He'll Die. Mrs. Brownovich--I understand your husband is seriously ill? Mrs. Smithinsky--Yes; he's too ill to do anything except make good resolutions.--Cincinnati 'Enquirer. EXOLUSlVENESa t Is written all over our display of : NEGLIGEE AND FANCY 8HIRT% You pfck from our stock and get what yoo foo*t' see ·'j£f : cVef y" : : store about town as we handle the INTERNATIONAL u ARMOR BRAND » of Shirts, Collattjand Cuffs, noted for perfect workmanship and ezdushrenest of fabric designs, but you pay no more than is asked for regular grades Shirts from $ 1.00 to $2.50 Collars I Sets two for 2Sets Coatly Cor on »t ion Robe. The coronation robe presented to the impress of Russia was of fur. It weighed only 16 ounces, yet was worth £1,200, or £75 per ounce. Widow* and Orphan*. AecordiEs to a Beor journal one of the res-.:Its of ;-:ie .var with England is the aec.ssr.y ci :.upportu:g 2,150 widows with 5,19t children, and 1,081 orphans. WOOL BRFSS SKIRTS Splendid Assbrtmenis in Groadeloths, Venetians, Serges R.M Mo-hairs ff m Friday evening, August 7th--Ely- ria good roads meeting, with address on present laws in regard to roadj by. Senator Chamberlain. Wednesday, Aug. 12.--Carlisle township Sunday-school picnic at Glen's beach. Wednesday, August- 12.--Picnic, addresses by Hon. Myrton Herrick and Senator Chamberlain at Grafton. Saturday, August I5th,--Elyria Crescents against Florence Base not been recovered!'l f One of the [Ball team at Berlin Heights. Daniel Freese 547 Broad St Elyria. Table Hints.*.* A SLICE OF WATERMELON. On Saturday we will cut watermelons and sell you a quarter or half or a whole one guaranteed. THE ELYRIA GROCERY CO. FOR SALE. doctors was drowningjwhen the other jumped in to : »rescue;.; : him, but which was, the hero : wi{l* ; neVer be known. · · ' " · ··'l'-^ : - ; -:-^'^^-.-.'. : -' : - ··"..' · FOOT CRUSHED BY ICE. Martin Braman, the Elyria sanitary policeman, is confined to his rooms on West Broad street, by a iame foot, caused by- the injured member being crushed under a falling cake of ice. o What Wet the Wlrele». Ship Steward--Mr. J. Brown, sir? Wireless message for you, sir. j Mr. Brown--Why, man, it's soaking ! wet! You've let it fall into the water. | "No, sir. Flurry of rain, "sir, between i us and the other vessel. Must have got ! wet in transmission, sir."--N. Y. Times. A «»reater Seed. , He (droning along)--There are various v/ays of testing a diamond She (petulantly)--Pshaw! is there any way of testing a man who comes often to find out whether he has any j intention of giving a diamond?--Wom! tn's Home Companion. 2f.0" Skirls ................ . .......... ........ now $17.48 $14.08 $13.48 $10.98 $ 9.98 8.98 7.49 548 $ 4.48 $ 3.98 2.98 2.48 1 ; .00 Skirls ........ ................ - .......... . ...... now 15.00 Skirls ......................................... .HOW I3.o0 Skirts ........................ ....... ; .......... now 12.00 Skirts .............. '. ......................... now 10.00 Skirts ....... . .................................. now 7.50 Skirts ................................... . ..... now rt.OO and .-"0 Skirts ......... ................ .now 5.00 Skirts .................... . ....... . ............ now 4.00 Skirts ......................................... now 3.00 and 3.50 Skirts .................. . ........ now SALE OF LADIES 9 SUITS One Lot of 10.00 Light Grey Suits, to dose £ 4.98 10.00 All Wool Venetian Suits..... f 6.89 12.00 All Wool Cheviot Suits...... f 8.98 13.50 and 15.00 Ladies' Suits £ 9.98 18 00 and 20.00 Ladies' Fine Suits, sate price.. $13,48 20.00 and 22.50 Suits......... $14.98 .25.00, 30.00 and 35.00 Suits.:..., i.... $19.48 5 N. B.--Tlies* Suits are all oew tttte season and at our regular prices are the best Talues erer, . shown in this city. THE BIGGS AND EVERARO CO. Rough on the Doctor. Doctor--I thin»t there is poison of one kind or another in your system. Patient--I wouldn't be a bit surprised. What was in the last bottle of medicine gave?--Der Dorfbarbier. A vacation at the Sea bhore. Go on Lake Shore Ry., excursion, August 18. Low rates; tickets good is days. Inquire of Agents. 1633 - o Seton Bros, put on carriage tires. i^i^^i^^^^^^M^^i ATTENTION EAGLES! \ On account of Wednesday. August 5th, 1903, being "Eagles Day," at the Merchant's Carnivla, Lorain, Ohio, the regular meeting of the Elyria Aerie, No. 431, will be postponed until Friday evening, August 7th, 1903, at G. A. R. hall, at 7:30 p. m. All Eagles are cordially invited to attend the carnival. ;·.·-·· A. E. Lawrence, Worthy fE»res. Chas. H. Stone, Worthy Secy. KEEP POSTED August 17-31---County teachers' institute at Elyria. Wednesday, August 19.--Lorain County Firemen's convention, at North Amherst. Monday, August 31.--Opening of i schools. Thursday, Sept. 3.--^County Soldiers' and Sailors' reunion at Wellington. Sept. 8, 9, to and-II--County Fair. September 3Oth, and October ist and 2nd, meeting of the Ohio Library Association in Elyria. Tuesday, September 8th.---Annual meeting of the Elyria Park Association, at the office of Johnston Leonard. SALE RAPIDLY INCREASING. Mi-o-na, the Flesh-Forming Food, Increases the*Weight of H. A. Dykeman's Customers. One of the greatest successes of late years, has been achieved by Mio-na. the remarkable flesh-forming food. Its sale here in Elyria, is increasing so rapidly that H. A. Dykeman, the enterprising druggist who introduced it, is having hard work to keep it on hand. Have H. A. Dykeman sign this bond when you buy a box of Mi-o- na. o o o o o o o o o o o o O Guarantee Bond. O O I hereby agree to refund the O O price paid for Mi-o-na, if the O O purchaser tells Me that it has O O not increased flesh and given O O freedom from stomach troub- O O les. . O O O O O O O O O O O O O It has become very popular with well-known bankers, ministers, lawyers and others whose business or profession prevents their taking much exercise, while those who have been troubled with indigestion, mal-as.similation of food and loss of flesh, brought on by irregular eating, worrying or other causes, have found health and strength in this reliable remedy. Mi-o-na has been so uniformly successful in building up good, solid, healthy flesh, and in curing all stomach troubles, that H.- A. Dykeman sells it under his signed guarantee to refund the money if it does not give satisfaction. A guarantee like this speaks volumes for the merit of Mi-o-na. Seventy-six feet on Harrison street, 330 ft. deep. Fronts on 3 streets--Gas. Water Sewer. Room to build 7 houses. Will sell right. 6-room house oh Qirincy St, in first-class condition. Will sell cheap. J. C. CRISP, CLAYTON CHAPMAN. THE^WHI^E" § You'll Make No I IN GIVING THE WHITE A TRIAL You are not bound to buy it, but we think you31 decide to keep it after giving it a thorough test. It has all the good points characteristic of a high grade machine, and some very · important ones that are found £ ONLY on the WHITE. Our · H. T. Catalogue explains ful- · ly. It's" free. · J I. J. CARPENTER, Agent 2 Commercial Block, over 5 Walsh Russell's store £ WHITE CLOVER HONEY. Fresh, new white clover honey in boms. Delicious. Try it. REUBLIN'S GROCERY lasaaaaaaaaaaHHaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaHEBBaBBBBH ·· ':.; .:...-:.:---£_ W. J. HARWELL " Will Open a High Class Tailbringrfestablishment In Elyria about August 15th at No. 378 East Broad street, Topliff Hotel Block. Evorythtftcj Kew and Up-to.date Your Patronage is Solicited West Side G rocer You'll enjoy the Butter and Eggs I sell you, bfratisc of their sweetness, purity and freshness. EGGS FROM WELL BRED HENS. BUTTER MADE OF CREAM FROM REGISTERED COWS, CARED FOR IN THE BEST WAY. Costs no more than the ordinary kind. 602LodiSt. W. H. SMITH Both Phones Is your money You are on the watch against oounicifcK coin. are Roods that ate opuutcifcil. None of these our shelves. We boy calf the bat. The none too good for oar cattomea. Both Phones CONRY «r STARK 667 BROAD STREET State Your Wants in the Want ARTISTIC WALL PAPERS Paints, VaraishM, es...Oar large stock enbnct* ajl tstt best colorings and latest design* ta Domestic and Foreign WsH Papers, See our line before yon boy. We do Paper Hangtng, Frescoinit. Honee and Sign F. t CAW 69O West Brotd

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