The Chronicle-Telegram from Elyria, Ohio on August 11, 1903 · Page 3
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Elyria, Ohio
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Tuesday, August 11, 1903
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THE TOMPAY, AJOU8T 11 1900-PAGB L. fcft M. S. ITY. No. East Bound. » Night Express, daily ..6:a$ *· ». aft N. Y.-Bostoa Ex. daily 6:40 " M6 Norwalk Accom 6.53 " 40 Toledo-Buffalo Accom 9:13 N 3* Fast Mail. (Wily ...... 1040 " 44 Accom 12:48 p. sa. 6 Lim= Fan Mail, daily 4:56 " 10 Chi., N.Y. Bos Spec, d'y 6:45 " 42 Mich. Accom ... 7:55 " 2 Daily Express .7:57 ".. Trains ao, ia6, 40, 6, 2 over Nor* "walk division. Trains 28,^32, 44, 10, 42* over San-dusky division. , No. West Eounj. 15 N. Y.. Bos. Chi. Spe. d'y 3:58 7 Day Express .6:50 " 41 Toledo Accom 6:58 " 23 Western Ex. Daily 11:25 " 133 Clev. Detroit Ex d'y 1.27 p. m. 47 Norwalk Div. Accom. 3:44 " -Mr Sandusky Div. Accom 3:54 " 127 Norwalk Accom 5:35 " 37 Pacific Ex. daily 8:10 " 3 Fast Mail Lim. D'y ..11:38 " Trains 23, 7, 47, 127, 37 over l.or- walk division. Trains 3, 15, 41, 133, 141 over Sandusky division. A. J. Smith, i^. P. Baxtine, G. P. A. Ticket Ag't. To San Francisco, Cal., July 31, to August 13, inclusive, limit October 15. Rate from Elyria $56.35, account G. A. R. National Encampment. .Aug. 13 For further Information call on tr address nearest B. O. Agent or M. G. Carrel, D. P. A., B. At O., Cleveland. O. ' B. ft O. EXCURSIONS. On first and third Tuesdays of each month to and including Nov. 17, 1903, the B. ft O. R. R. will sell oneway settlers' tickets to points in the south and southeast, and round trip home* seekers' tickets to south and south east, west and .northwest, at greatly THESE ARE WHO WILL SHOW HOW THEY USED TO PLAY BALL --SOME STARS IN THE BUNCH. reduce*, rates. 11-17 THE CLEVEUID IUFFALI TRAISIT COMPACT C L E V E L A N D and tUFFALO "WHILE YOU ILEEP" CITY OF BUFFALO Both tofft thcr bring-, without do«' ·the final and f**t«t that are nui of the traveling public ia tke Vi TIMK CARD MtLV IMUfftlH* MaaaV tte tatefMl Ictfalo C litfiH ·3lmliMi:3l CoonecUou mtAt at Bvflal* wtth Butern and Cuudiaa point*, at faM for «O _________ for Toledo, Detroi We* *ad DOU t and all UPKCIAl, LOW KATV8 BUrKAT.O AND NIAGARA VAIAS SATCRDAY NIGHT, ALSO CI,BVKr,AND. Ak Ticket Agent* for ticket* via C. *: B. ttaa, .*nd four cent* for illwMiatod yiaiyMtt. F, KERMAH, 6llin! CLgVgLAM».O. BJ FOUR AT QRAFTON. EAST No. 38, daUj " 22, except Sunday " 86, daily " 4, daily WEST ·4,', A ·"· V. 1-: . ' 87, Gobi. .. .. St. Two Lake Chautauqua Excursion*. On July 3 and 24, excursion tickets to Lake Chautauqua and return will je sold from all points on the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Ry., west of and Including Cleveland, O., at specially low rates, good returning ;or 30 days. For particulars, or copy of illustrated Chautauqua Lake book, apply to ticket agent or write to A. J. Smith, G. P. T. A., Cleveland, O. Summer Schedule. Summer schedule of the New York Central will take effect June 14, when the train service will be put on to Clayton, The Thousand Islands, Montreal, Quebec, the Adirondack Mountain, New England Coast and numerous other summer resorts reached by the New York Central Lines. o $5.00 silk waists, black and all colors, $3.95 each. The Biggs Everard Co. Following is a list of who will give a game Side park tomorrow of the hospital: North Side--Chas. Stark, Young, George Haserodt, Hennirigs, Geo. Krugman, Whiteman, ^ Oscar Haserodt, Seward, L. B. Fauver. Chas. the playera at the East for the benefit Wm. Chas. Walt Jas. Sav- B. ft O. RAILROAD. Time Schedule. May 17,' 1903. LORAIN BRANCH. GOING NORTH. » No. 21 No. 25 Leave a m. p. m. Lester ...... .. ... ....... 8 16 Grafton .......... ....... 8 36 Elyria .. ....... ....... ...854 I.orain, arrive ...... ... .....9 10 - ·· · · - · · - ; - - ·· .·· -.- -· · - · a: in.'p.m.* GOING SOUTH. No. 22 No.26 Leave p. m. a. m. Lorain ........... . ....... 4 05 6 30 Elyria ......... . ......... 4 22 6 46 Grafton ..... . ............ 4 39 7 04 5 12 5 32 550 605 25 Ools. OiuCi Er., 10 :s»J p. All trains are daily except: For time' tablets rare* otfarr, ir..Mi v 'l tickets, and baggage- ohecka, ii- fa* ·her information regarding the Hi»»}if» of trainapply to J. H. Knigh , ticke 1 ' agent, Grafton, O. i«r.ooD'wiXE 'roR-Torvi; .i.inr.* «-. threshold of maturity !· i.^: i-.-.,-.-:, -iivrw nicdirln^ ever ust-il. j · ^i-iit;.-, ii!j.n':;i. qualities. Iwliie jusfttic" :·· · «.-'- ·».-.· v .juin each casf*. It ruvives i t n - il ..·,;,!. £ t\ ftiren^ihcus the orirr.ns, cxi . I t i n - .t. n'-i the ftysitein, restores vlt:iM'»- ;i '! «»-.-i!jii^^-. relieves anil prevrnts 1«-ii!rn-!it-- , rli:ir;--ni« tin.' t!i')f ; i ii; t. ni" . p. m. a.m. GOING NORTH ' vLC%ftir ; ;' ; ",," i 3*ni 3L.m* -p.ori. No. i NoVit Nor r 5 30 1220 ^ : ( 30! i 26 : ; . : . ' 7 32 ' 3^40 Vew 'Phila' C Dover; , and ;n.-M f l i c L !·".«· «? 50:. a uuitlc. All ii all points on Southern Public Square, Cleve- THE CLEVELAND ANT) SOUTHWESTERN TRACTION CO. i Cars leave Elyria for Public Square, Cleveland, at 5:30 a. m. and half- hourly from 6:30 a. m.; to 9:30 p. m., and hourly from 9:30 p. m. to 12:30 a. m. Cars leaving on the even hour make good connection at Kamms with Puritas Springs", Linndale, Berea, Medina, Chippewa Lake, Seville, Creston and Division^ Cars leave land, for Elyria, at 5:00 a. m.; half- hourly from 6:OQ a. m. to 9:00 p. m.; and hourly-from 9:00 to 11:00 p. m. For Norwalk hourly from 6:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. Direct connections with North Amherst, Lorain and Grafton Divisions. Cars leave Elyria for Oberlin half- hourly from 4:36 fc. m. to 10:30 p. m. and 12:30 p. m. For Wellington hourly from 4:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. For Birmingham, Florence, Berlin Heights and Norwalk, hourly from 5:00 a. m. to 10 MO p. n. For North Amherst every 40 minute* fronl 4^0 a. m. to 11:00 p. m. For Lonun every 40 minute* from 4:20 a, n. to 11:00 p. Car* leave Elyria for Grafton hourly from 53° a. ·*. to 10:30 p. m. - Car* leave Grafam for Elyria hourly fro** 6ao a." am, ft* moo p. m.' ^·i___ ^^^^_»av^^_ #^^^^^^^^_j_#^^_ FBf lafUer MKNaUIMBV J. Q. WHaoavG. P. A* Biff, Ctevehad, C C. Fulto.j \Var\vtck Barbertott Akron VIA. Sterling 5evi!ie Lafayette Medina Lester S. Brpoklyn Cleveland 6 oo 6 18 6 27 7 50 7 57 8 46 9 04 9 15 9 30 ') 49 2 43 6 05 2 41" 6 24 2 4:8-6 31 '.'3 19 7 03 3 37' 7 19 3 54 ,. 7 38 4 02 - 7 46 8 20 I.1AIN 6 48 6 54 7 07 7 18 7 30 8 16 8 30 a.m. LINE. 4 25 4 3 1 4 4 5 4 57 10 56 6 10 p.m. S 5 1100 a.m. GOING SOUTH. 'MAIN LINE. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. No. 22 No. to No. 16 No.i4 Cleveland I oo 7 10 S. Brooklyn 7 24 Lester 8 14 Medina 8 23 Lafayette 8 32 Seville 8 44 Sterling 8 50 Akron Barberton Warwick C. Fulftm Massillon Justus VIA. B. ft O. 5 40 2 10 5 S5 6 45 6 56 704 7 » 7 27 C. Dover New Philadel. 8 03 Uhrichsville 3 10 Flushing 8 30 Bridgeport p.m. 2 27 a 45 2 52 3 IS 3 39 4 03 4 II 4 40 5 41 642 p.m. 9 12 9 20 9 4 3 IOOO 1031 1038 1105 1202 I OS a.m. 6 oo 6 29 636 658 7 13 743 7 5 0 8 12 9 13 IO2O All above trains daily except Sand*y. . . " ' · No.'a ran* to. Uhrichsville Saturday evenings. No. i starts from Uhrichsville if on- day mornings. ·;. r Electric car* between Bridgeport and Wheeling, Bellaire and Martin'* Ferry. M. G. Carren, Div. Pa**, Aft. . derehtad, O. age, F. M. Stevens. H. Lersch, and Ross Fauver. .South Side-- Forbes, Robson, Haserodt, Hornung. . Struck, Sew- urd, Sclmuercr, \Vursl, Duffy, Junes Teasdale, Wilcox, Crandall, Plocher and Laundon. Game starts at three o'clock, sharp. - Don't forget the game tomorrow for the benefit of the hospital. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Yesterday's Results. New York 3, Brooklyn i. Pittsburg' 7, St. Louis 4. Philadelphia-Boston, rain. The Standing. Clubs Plyd. W. L: "Pittsburg 94 62 34 New York 2 56 36 Chicago. 98 58 40 Cincinnati .... .. 96 51 45 Brooklyn QI 43 48 Boston 88 38 50 St. Louis 97 35 62 Philadelphia . . . . 92 31 61 Today's Games. .Boston at Philadelphia. New York at Brooklyn. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Yesterday's Results. Cleveland 10, Chicago 2. New York 6, Boston I. Boston 7, Athletics 2. The Standing. Clubs Plyd. W. L. Boston ..... -....., 93 59 34 Athletics .... ... 94 54 40 New York .... .. 87 46 41 Cleveland . .. 93 48 45 Detroit .... ..... 90 46 44 St. Louis .. 91 42 49 Chicago : 92 ,42 50 Washington .. . . 9 2 29 63 Today's Games. Chicago at Cleveland. Athletics at Boston. Washington at New York. Pet. .646 ..609 ·592 ·531 ·473 ·432 .361 ·337 Pet. ·634 -574 ·5*0- .516 ·511 .462 ·457 .316 YOUR FORTUNE SECURED. At the Dorcas social Wednesday evening, August 12, to be held at the home of Mrs. George Rimbach, on Elm street. Come, get a bunch of green and your fortune. o -- Fam«ta 'tor HI* 'WalMtcokt*.: Rostand, who was made an "Immortal" In Paris, recently, is famous for h!s fancy waistcoats, of which he is said to own over 1 n/ . Indeed, French papers talk more ahri'Jt. v 's varicolored garments than about his literary work. · "Speaking of hard trees reminds m« ·t the eatalpa.- e*M a mmm who tana* out in OM of the '-"··Haaa report* the New crat Tale la one erf t*« hard** tree* --hardest to kill and aardeat to cut- that I know of. I have had aa ingly singular experience with eatalpa treee which 1» worth relating and what 1 will .say will demonstrate that the kind of a tree la question If among the hardeat treea In the land. Some time back a little negro ran mte oar lot with a small bunch of young treea that were about eight inches long A tag was tied to the bunch of trees, and, thinking it singular that the boy should be In possession of the bunch. I aaked him where he had got the trees. 'Pound dem in de road.' he said, handing them to me. The name on th tag had worn away, and the negro boy had been twisting the trees aa if trying to tie .them into a knot The overseer came up just then and said the trees were poplar, and that they were dead. I gave them back to the negro. About 15 days afterward I found them in another part of the lot. Just for 'curiosity's sake' I planted them; I wanted to see if they would grow. Later I overheard an old Frenchman on the place say he would get on his hands and knees and crawl to France if they would grow. Well, those same dried, twisted and seemingly dead trjees came up. It was then that I discovered that they were-catalpas. I decided to transplant them and pulled them up. I planted all but one, and this one was about four feet long. I left this tree out by the lot force ID?! In thS sun until one day, when I roti-.r-i;! fiit. a!! the leaves on it were dying, I tcok pity on it and threw a sack over its roots and poured a little water the sack to keep the roots damp. This tree remained in this predicament all that summer and the following fall, winter and spring, »nd still lived as if planted deep in the ground. I put it in my garden, and today it is the finest looking tree on the plantation. I believe the catalpa is as hard as the willow or the Cherokee bush, and it would be an excellent tree to make railroad ties from. I heard that one of the railroad companies has planted about 500 trees in Louisiana to cultivate them for tie purposes. Ten to one this company has a great scheme, and one which will cause the cypress tree to be laid aside, so far as crossties In this part of the country are concerned, for catalpa will prove to be a much better wood for ties, being harder, more solid and making a better foundation for the rails." ; THE PEACH IS AN ALMOND. " · : Profe*»lon«l Tip. ' "Do you believe that arsenic is good for the complexion?" asked the female of more or less uncertain age. "'Yes, for some complexions," replied the gruff old M. D. "I have known it to produce clear white tombstones.!'--^ cago Daily News. Applie* to Himself. " 'Tis a rule of manaers to avoid exaggeration," said Emerson. The Concord philosopher might-be inclined tc make the remark witt fresh emphasis, were he here to comment on some receiit characterizations of him. Preserved , Preserved salmon in porcelain-lined Tans have been found in good condition n England, after Twins kept seven years. Bible Remltnirs in Rerlln. Readings from the Bible are now bong given 4 n Berlin by professional re- A Hiffh School for Gfrl.o. Munich, i; city of half a million inhabitants, has only one high scJ^ool for I'ears Are Apples, Gooseberies Are Cnrraats. and Tomatoes »ad Cv. camber* Are Froit. There are few more wrongly-named things in the world than the Jerusalem artichoke. In the first place it never came from Jerusalem at all; and in the second, it is not really an artichoke, but . ; sunflower with its tubers developed by cultivation, says Stray Stories. .. Cultivation has done wonders for fruit and vegetables. · ' ·. · For instance, through its means peaches, apricots and nectarines have been developed from the almond, to which family all three fruits belbngi There is little apparent connection be' tween the wild crab of the hedgerows and a newtown pippin, but both are members of the same genus. Indeed, it is from this same wild crabapple that the whole of the 700 odd existing varieties of apples have been raised. Technically speaking, too, the pear is an apple; and so is the medlar and the mountain ash, which latter is not an ash at all. 1 s a turnip a cabbage ? Yes; one variety at least of It is. This is the queer vegetable known as kohlrabi, which, although classed by scientists among the Brassica, or cabbage family, has huge roots just like a turnip. The cucumber is really a fruit, and net a vegetable. The same remark applies to the tomato, which is really a fruit also. The gooseberry is a currant. It is not the least like it in either appearance or Qavor, yet both belong to the same family of Ribes. The onion is a charming little flower, its various species bearing white, yellow, blue and rose-colored blossoms, many produced in beautiful drooping clusters. Originally the onion was a flowering plant, but the cultivation of certain of its varieties has produced the now world-famous vegetable. When is a chestnut not a chestnut? When it is a horse-chestnut This is another of the curiosities of the classification of horticultural nomenclature. The horse-chestnut is Aesculus, and the cither kind Castanea, .o LAKE SHORE EXCURSION TO THE SEA SHORE. On August i8 the Lake Shore * Michigan Southern Ry., .will have a popular, low rate excursion to Atlantic City, Ocean City and Sea Isle City, N. J., via Buffalo and the Le- heigh Valley Ry., and Philadelphia. Ticets good 12 days including date ·f. sale. Rate from Elyria, $13,50 for ·ound trip. Stop-overs permitted at, Philadelphia, Niagara Falls arid Lake Chautauqua returning. Coi- sult Agents in regard to trains, 4w write to A. J. Smith, G. P. T. 4, Cleveland, O. I COMB The prejudice against automobiles, which had subsided somewhat, was given another inning by the recent stories of the road race accidents abroad, and the manager of one big English casualty Insurance company has since refused to issue any more policies to owners of machines. "We .found last month." he .said, "that 69 per cent of our accident claims were in some way connected with auto*, and, although we were insuring owners against damages to the extent of $5,000 on each machine, we had finally to give np such Insurance altogether. The owner of one machine had three suit* Instituted against him in six weeks. We have to defend them and pay If the plaintiff win*. There Is one consolation for as, and that Is that' the courts are five yean behind. A man Injured now will have hi* caee com* up in 1908--If he 1* lucky."--N. T. TUaee. She--I repeat, T should My not, out a* a girl i. lore doeeat atwaye aay what ah* aaoald, ill say raita la ta* Tavhte*. laith la the new steam taitdae eav gtaes Is abowatn the fact that twoataa- nfactnrers have eoatracta to furnish te the aggregate approximately 640,00*. horse-power capacity of them. »f m ftrmt Eal«l*a. A few weeks ago at a book auction held In London a Scotchman paid the sum of 11.25 for a copy of the first edition of Defoe's "Robinson Grume." published in London in the year 1710. laol* K |»r. Oplalaa. Dr. Arthur McDonald, the crlminbl- oglst In Washington, now «ays that unless a person wants to become a criminal he should never eat meat or potatoes. Of course it is useless to worry; but then it is just as useless to tell the average man that It is useless to worry.--Chicago Daily News. To Live L.OKIC, tio Soath. That a warm climate favors long life Is shown by a recent list of centenarians. Scotland has 46, England 146, Sweden 10, France 213, and Spain 401. "Worlrt'w EarnlnjtH. The gross earnings,of the civilized world are about $36,900,000,000 per annum. Canipttornte4 Oil. Dissolve one ounce of camphor gum :n four ounces of warm sweet oil.-Household Ledger. One lot 18, 20 and 25c Dimities, and 35c silk ginghams. Sale price, The Biggs Everard Co. to Salt Lake City, catty to 9444* to Spokane, Aa* j * 4 and i* Sept i and 15. ' ***** to Portland. Tar coaoa and Seattle, Aag. 4 ·«d 18, Sept. i and 15. f t4£0» to San Francisco and Los Angeles, Ang. ; I to 14 inclusive. $45.00. to Portland, Tacoma and Seattle, Aug. i to 14, inclusive. $50*0 to San Francisco and Los Angeles, Oct. « to 17, inclusive. W. H. CONNOR. G, A., 53 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O. DARLING'S HIGH GRADE PHOSPHATE AND PURE BONE FERTILIZER. at JOSEPH KELLING'S . Feed and Seed Store 556 West Broad Street Lunch al- OSMRN S (MIME'S 39O E. Broad St. THE BEST IN TOWN. Houses and Lots For Sale By Frank A. Smith Bro. House and large lot, corner of lake avenue and West street " New Center ' · for Klyria/West bide. Koom for 5 houses, anc r first-class location for a store. We want an offer. Two new houses just off West River street each $(,000 Seven-room brick house near tube mill, large lot -$2,600 Large lot on West Second street $ 750 Large house and lot, second house west of church on Lake avenue, 66 x 160. Small house and large lot on Woodland. $ 650 Large house on Glumbus street.......... $3»500 Seven-room house on large lot, HoWe street--.. $2,300 Lot 125 x 200 6n East avenue, near Harts 42,800 Will trade for smaller place or larger and pay differc. First-class place, good lot on Huron street, near Columbia Works, easy terms........... $1,750 Fourteen acres on Gulf road, inside corporation $1,500 Ten-room house, complete, Middle avenue $4,000 Best Farm in Ridgevifle, J33 acres, for sale. sSteftfe'u^fesI FRANK SMITH 305 ELYRIA BLOC m^^-M-uM^^M^i^^M

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