The Chronicle-Telegram from Elyria, Ohio on August 20, 1903 · Page 8
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From the standpoint of the manufacturer, the Par-' 86fta6n is over; from the standpoint of the consumer now is the time they are most needed. '.'.';) ; ???;???...!..'???/..' ??? ???' V-Jvj'v. ???'??? ,-."' ^ t??e liave just purchased at about half price a large lotof th?? choicest and prettiest styles??? all new goods, perfect in tfrery way, worth from $1.75 to $3.75. These we will $ell in two lots. One lot at 98 cents } One lot at $1.39 WANTED POSITION WANTED ??? Male stenographer want* work Saturdays for experience. Could work after 13:45 each day. Leave word at AGENTS WANTED??? To sell burglar alarms. Exclusive territory. It *aves lives and property and nev- j er gets out of order. Prire ajc. Martin Meyer, American House. . 39* WANTED ??? by young man, room with or without board. to TV B., Chronicle office. Reply 3739 WANTED??? Man and wife with* out children to occupy furnished house and board owner and child. Inquire at No. 128 Clark street, afternoons and evenings, or to Chronicle office. Tuftt of the Tide Wanted??? Several persons of character and good reputation in each state (one in this county required) to represent and advertise old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing. Salary $21 weekly with expenses additional, all payable in cash direct each Wednesday from head offices. Horse and carriage furnished when necessary. References. Enclose self-addressed envelope.' Colonial, Caxton building, Chicago. 37OO WANTED???A high office desk. Leave word at Chronicle office. 3638 ??? oo??? We offer Best Quality WASHSILKS sold by small dealers at 50c, now 25c a yard. We also have marked down about 50 pieces of Waisting Silks. WANTED-Places for young men and women to work for board. Send address to Ely'ria Business College. Phone 461 2200 la order to unload at a profit THE KINGS OF FINANCE and MARKET LEADERS must have a BULL MARKET There is every ndkation that it has commenced. We told you they were on the bottom a week ago. Have you profited by it? We .open account* in turn* of from $100 upwards; exceptional New York connections enabling us to execute orders in lo-share lots on practically the same figures as loo-share orders. (No -discretionary accounts accepted.) We shall be pleased to send free to your ad| dress any or ail of the following: i "Wall Street's Golden Opportuni ties." th?? May "Railroad and Industrial Guide," or our Daily Market Review. We also issue free to present or prospective ' ""clients the "Stock Market Annual." th* mo*t valuable work ever issued on this subject). Whether or not a customer you are invited xto make our board room your business headquarters. Phones, Main. $86??? ??? Cuyahoga, ???-49. FARN HAM, RHODES CO. Bankers and Brokers 'SUITE 704 -705, NEW ENGLAND BUILDING CLE VE LAN IX OHIO WANTED??? Address of those wishing to take Elyria Business College students to board. Send your address to the College. Phone 461. 2200 WANTED ??? Young girl to help HOADIEY FAM- ILHEUNION The Hoadleyfamily reunion will be held at the town hall at Columbia, Wednesday, August 26. All connected with the Hoadleyfamily, the decendants of the Hoadleys. who were among the earliest settlers of Columbia, are invited to come. There will be a fine program. ??????????????? o ??????????????? GRAFTON. Grafton. Aug. 18. ??? Miss Carrie Martin \va? a caller in town last Tuesday. Robert Smith moved his family to Elyria last Tuesday. The Congregational minister will , occupy the rooms they vacated. F. R. Showalter went on the excursion to Niagara Falls. last Tuesday. A twelve pound boy arrived at the home of Mr., and Mrs. C. H. about liajht housework. Inquire at i li1 No. 252 "East Seventh street, morn- Ferguson, last week. ings. 3840. GRAIN AND STOCK QUOTATIONS Bi Scum-lfcIUB PMUM ABSOCIATIOJI. East Liberty, Pa., Aug. 20. ??? Cattle light, steady; sheep fair, slow; hogs 15 double decks, steady. LOCAL PROVISION QUOTATIONS Chicago. Aug. 20. ??? Cattle, 8,500. steady to 10 cents higher; hogs 14.- ooo. steady; sheep 12,000, steady. Chicago, Aug. 20. ??? Closing Sept. wheat Soy2; corn 51; oats 34^; P??rkJRej Cleveland, Aug. 20. ??? Butter, creamery. 2O-2O}4c; dairy, i6-i8c. Cheese, York State, full cream, ic; Ohio State, new, 9-pj4c: Ohio, full cream, Eggs tSi'i-iQc. Chickens, iol/2-uc. Broilers, per Ib.. Young ducks, n-i2c. New potatoes, choice, ~o-/5c. FOR SA!E ???op- We.oJter a special line of RustProof Corsets at 39 cents each. . ???*:*??? ???.* .*???--???:.,?????.-??. *??? -- ~j^ - - .... *r Speciallot of 45 and 50 f me Organzmes and ??????'??? .'' U ??? FOR SALE??? A Marshall furnace, used one season. F. M. Whiteman, Real Estate, Mill St.. Elyria, O. 3941 The L. O. T. M. had an entertain! ment at their hall. last Tuesday | night. A party of boys are. camping out on Mr. Benzing's farm. Mrs. Watson is visiting her sis- j Corn. No. 3 yellow. 5! ter, Mrs. Vet. Richard. Flour, winter patents, $4.40-54.60; The following is corrected daily. J. A. Reubfin'* Grocery Qootationa. - Selling New apples, per pk ....... 20 New potatoes, per pk . . . . 20- New corn, per doz ........ 12 Black berries .............. .. \-o8 Peaches, home srown, per qt 10 Elbertas ......... .... 15 Green gage plums pk., .........30 umSj pk ........... 35 i Huckleberries, qt, ....... 15 best ! Spanish onions, Ib ........ fi ,. Green Onions, bunch 3 for nrsis, . " ??? ??????" Turnips, per pk ........... 25 Onions ,...,.... ........ Cabbage .... .. = ........ ea Bermuda Onions per tb Dairy Butter, per Ib..... Elgin Creamery ... " Clover MilJ brick... *' Strictly fresh eggs ...... Cauliflower ............ ea Egg plant .............. 5 FOR SALE ??? Burglar alarms, 25 cents each, saves lives and property. Never gets out of order. See Martin Meyer, American House. 39* FOR SALE^Sleeper go-cart. In quire at 130 Rush St. 4449 . MUST gE SOLD AT ONCE A new ten f66m house 6ri 14th avenue, Lorain, Ohio. All improvements, electric lights, gas, bath-room complete, steam heat, cemented cellar, water closet in basement, barn i6x- 24, must s*ell ' at once, One-third cash, balance to suit. Frank A. Smith Bro., Elyria, Ohio. Dressed meats, steers., /J4-8c; veal 8'/-9c: mutton, 7-Sc; lambs, Q-9^c. j Rhubarb, home grown per Ib Wheat. No. 2 red. 8ic; No. 3 red, [ Tomatoes, -lb ............. .Beets, 2 bunches for ...... '. Celer/. 3 bunches .......... Oats, No. 3 white 37^- FOR SALE ??? Fine residence pro- perity on East Third St., 66 foot frontage. Ely Charles L. Morse office Rev. Cr^z and family are away on a two weeks' vacation. ??? Frank Hastinngs and family are visiting relatives, in town. Miss Maggie Felt has been visiting her mother in Bellevue. the past week. Two Polanders, "working on the section, -were struck by a freight arid" quit*? bAdly injured, last .^~- -- ???. Saturday^ Frank. Showalter, Jr., went to Lin- wood lasj Monday, to stay a week. Mrs. Matteson of Cleveland, visited her brother. 'F. R. Showalter, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Coon and son of | Wisconsin", are visiting at . F. G. Rawson's.' Mrs. Jago and son have been visiting relatives and friends in Strong- ISSiS Mulls reduced to FOR SALE ??? Home with sl/3 acres in town of lOOO- Good railroad, conj nections. Inquire a this office. . __ _____________ . ____ ???, CORNET FOR SALE??? Inquire at the Wheeler Wilson sewing machine rooms. tf Sfctt Miss Jago" from Strongville. is spending an indefinite time with Mr. Jago. straights, $3-4O-$3-8o. Hay, car lots, choice, $12.50; bulk. $i4.oo-$i5.oo. Straw, rye, baled, .$8.00 per ton; wheat, $5.50; oat, $5.00. Prime clover seed, $5-65-$5-/5. Prime Timothy seed, $i.6o-$i.oo. Woo!, washed, 28-33C; unwashed, 23-26, Hogs, medium to heavies, $5.65. Yorkers, $6.JO. Calves, $6.oo-$7-50. Cattle, steers, $3-6o-$5.^g. Sheep, lambs, $4.oo-$5-65- Mixed sheep. $3-5O-$3-65- cents FOR RENT j FOR RENT??? W. F. Burgert offers his six room cottage for rent i at $14 per month. Hot water heat-j | er. and bath. 350 East River St. 4042 NORTH AMHERST. North Amherst. Aug. - IO-??? '"Wel| come. Firemen.'' today. Eugene Streator of Oberlin, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. E. P. i Streator. The. M. E. Sunday school held I their annual picnic at Randall s [ Grove. August 12. _OO- ??? FOR RENT ??? Furnished- room including ail modern conveniences. In- The Congregational Sunday S. held their annual picnic at Randall's Grove. August 13. ark Down * - ues in the Following A large lot of Laces at half??price. Embroideries af 3c, 7c and Embroidery Apin white and linen, worth from 19c to 7c. A large lot of White Goods at 6 1-4c a yard. Lersch Co. quire 820 West Broad Si. 4042 j \jr. and Mrs. Holsing, who have been visiting in Cleveland the past returned to their home last j FOR RENT??? A good room surta^ j ble for milinery, -tailor or barber ???: week, shop. Outfit for barber shop can be evening. had. Inquire Brewer's,. Bakery. 3900 Miss Mattie Brow-n -is camping at FOR RENT ??? Two furnished rooms, modern conveniences. Inquire 236 Second street. 30000 FOR RENT??? Six rooms, qr.ire at. Chronicle office. In- LOST ltf.tr W???? ?????? H????d. "This, indeed," murmured the poetic maiden, as they sat on the side of the mountain trail, "is the primeval solitude." " Just then a pack peddler came around a Send of the roatf, airid asked' if they desired to purchase any suspenders, collar buttons, s??ap, combs, hair pins or handkerchiefs. When he had passed on the unpoetic man turned to her and said: "Sollytude? Seems mere to me as if it were Ikeytude. He said his name was Isaac Einstein."??? Chicago Tribune; 30 10 08 22 28 28 2O 15-20 10-20 forg . 5 5 10 20 Cucumbers, each ..... 3 for Squash. ....... ...... ......2 "for Carrots. 2 bch for ...V..... ,. Lettuce Ib, .......*....'.. Parsley, 2 bch. ............ Endive, head ........ ...... Peas, per pk., ....I;........ String beans, 2 'qirti.' for . Spinach, i. ome grown peck Sweet potatoes, pk ; Comb : Honey,, . Maple Syrup, ...Iper jgtl. N. Y. cheese, full cream, Jb .Ohio cheese, per Ib ....... Switzer Cheese, per Ib. .". . . Jane Brick Cheese per Ib. . Granulated Sugar, per Ibr. All grades light brown " Cut,Cube, Con. Pal " Water White Oil per gal.. Palacine Oil, per gal. ..... Gasoline, per gal. ......... 5 30 5 45 20 I OO 16 16 20 18 8 13 15 15 Southern Vegetables and Fruits. Bananas ....... ...per doz 20, Oranges, per doz., 25 to 50 Lemons, per doz ....... ...30 to 35 Watermelons ........ ..... 35 Musk Melons ................ 5-1$ Rocky Ford Cantalopes 6oc basket. Pineapples 10-25 _\o Bother "Do you have any trouble with ttoe plants when your wife goes away?" asked the hatchet-faced man, sadly. "None whatever," replied the cheerful chap, "they always die within a week after she leaves, and all I have to do is to put them away until-she comes back."^Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. Jackson Bros. Meat Quotations. Spring chickens I2j??c; dressed, 2oc. Ducks, paying ...... .... 10 Beef live, per cwt. . . .4.00 to 5.50 475 ;'at Sheep, per cwt. ....... .3.50 5.00 Calves,live, per cwt...... ..6.50 Lambs, per head .......... 2.00 5.00 Hogs, live, per cwt ...... 5.50 Fro*??m Cherrie*. Make a syrup with one quart of water and one pint of sugar. Boil ten minutes, The Elyria Milling Co.' Grain Quotations. '. Pay- Selling, ing. LOST ??? Pair of gold-rim eyeglasses, lost between post office and Broad street. Finder please leave at C. C. Bowers" drug store and get reward. 3941 A vacation at the Sea Shore. Go on Lake Shoic Ry., .excursion, August 18. Low rates; tickets good 12 days. Inquire of Agents. 1633 Great sale $1.00 and $1.25 Fine Petticoats, Saturday; August 22. Sale begins at 8 o'clock, each The Biggs Everard Co. 79c. at Florodora., Cigars, 2 for 5c., Elyria Candy Co. ??? ????????? o ??? ????????? ?????? Great sale $t.oo and $1.25 Fine Petticoats, Saturday, August 22. Sale begins at 8 o'clock, each ?oc. The Biggs Everard Co. Linwood for a few weeks. Mis.-? Lucy Hermes of Elyria. spent Sunday in town. "Oh. those, beautiful electric lights!" The engine at the power house having been thoroughly tested the past few days, was proved to be satisfactory, and " on Monday- evening abont 8:30 o'clock, our town 'was illuminated with- the beautiful electric lights. . f *.??? -;. ' Pipes are now being;: l?id from the gas well'., of Joseph Gawrf? through -August Brown's. George Linns and ?? C. Werselfe'.: property U see if the engine will rim by gas or gasoline.- ??? ?????? '" AVON. Avon, August mains of Oberlin Sunday, 19 ??? The re- , who died in were brought to Avon Tuesday, where funeral services were held by Rev. Stamm. Avon has been having a siege of Whooping cough, nearly all are re- of Rev. with the covered. The children Stamm are still down cough. Florodora Cigars. 2 Elyria Candy tCo. for at and add one quart of sweet pitted cher- No. 3 j-ellow shelled corn. .50 rjes rubbed through a colander. Let It !??? New yellow corn ........ .72 No. 2 red wheat .......... .77 No. 3 red . wli^at ........... 75 New white oats . . . . '. . . . . . .32 No. 3 white oats .......30-1 Hay, Straw and Feed. Timothy hay ..'.. 1 ???:..... 12.00 Straw ....:........... ... ..5-OO Hominy meal . . . .:. .... .'.,. "^ Gluten, per ton ...... --"-.. Chop Feed, per toru,,*...'^. ^f Meal ........ ....?- '."".".'.'. Middlings . . . '. ......... Bran ... .1. ......... ... Flour. get cool, then turn into the freezer and turn slowly until firm. Repack the freezer, and let stand in a cold place until time to serve. ??? Country Gentleman. Both Broke'. '. She ??? Who is that man you just bowed to? He ??? Oh! he's an artist. She ??? And who is i he one with him? He ??? He hasn't any money, either! ??? Journal Amusant. ' .???????????????--..?????? t'p tn P??p??. . . "So you want to become my son-in- ! law. do you?" queried the stern parent "Yes, sir," replied the modest youth. Best Patent .Flourvbbl. ... "That is, if you can afford it"??? Chi- Straight cago Daily News. Menufor Baking Day A SACK OF Rmd mill PM*t Flour in your kitchen and ??? food meal te mored ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT MorningGlory Flour per- sack .'.............. Red Mill Pat Flour1 per sack ............... 24.00 24.00 24.00 2J.OO 24.OO 2O.OO- 5-00 4.00 I.JO I Special sale Ladies' Silk Coats,. j this week. The Biggs Everard' ELYRIA MILLING COMPANY ELYRIA, OHIO BtOODWIfll, Itn. fww, MTTM UBrtnmg, i eketeton. IcouMat ???! Mack of CMnMdce. MM*., *mM : 'I was completely riu dowm, my??Vf%tU?? all' " ??? -|??B*nng,a??4I w6 wasted to ??. coiudat deep, nil I MMto Bp ??y ??? _ . . I M??a Twwived feel* I mmti. lie. The nedtctoe* I took see??wd to w ne no good, and I waa ml/ a pttUbM ??b}ect. I WM white as a sk*t???? aM ????? weak 1 conk* kardlr tantly Mviktaadawereeoii. that I Wid eoMMMioa or toewiib!* dlM*??e. At leMRht I henrd off BLOOD WINB.Ife^aa to tak?? it,, result wmi ??lmnly awrroloiK Aatntaalll*^. hntm??lh:tn?? alone cntlr??tf cwwliM." image serial: 8199361 image serial: 8199361

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