The Chronicle-Telegram from Elyria, Ohio on August 21, 1903 · Page 3
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TRAVELERS' REGISTER L. S. ft M. S. R'Y. No. East Bound. ao Night Express, daily ..6:25 a. m. 28 N. Y.-Boston Ex. daily 6:40 " 126 Norwalk Accom ......6,52 40 Toledo-Buffalo Accom 9:13 " 32 Fast Mail;daily "......10:40 44 Accom ............ 12:48 p. m. 6 Lint. Fast 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 20, 126, 40, 6, 2 over Norwalk division. Trains 28, 32, 44, 10. 42, over San- ???dusky division. No. West Bound. 15 N. Y., Bos. Chi. Spe. d'y 3:58 a.m. 7 Day Express ........ 6:50 41 Toieiio Accom ...... 6:58 23 Western Ex. Daily. .. .11 125 133 Clev. Detroit Ex d'y 1.27 p. m. 47 Norwalk Div. Accom. 3:44 " 147 Sandusky Div. Accom 3:54 " 127 Norwalk Accom ...... 5:55 37 Pacific Ex. daily ...... 8:10 3 Fast Mail Lim. D'y ..11:38 " Trains 23, 7, 47, 127, 37 over f.'or- walk division. Trains 3, 15, 41, ??33. 141 over Sandusky division. A. J. Smith, J.,. P. Baxtine, G. P. A. Ticket Ag't. THECLEVELAND IUFFAU TRANSIT COMPANY ???ONNtOTlN* CLEVELAND and iUFFALO "WHILE YOU SLEEP" tt???AIUU.ELEONltHT SERVICE. NEWSTIMUM "CITY OF BUFFALO" AND "CITY OF ERIE" Both together being, without dcral*, IB all twpcct* the finest and fas.cH. th.it are nut la tile interest of the tr*Teling public in the Baited fttata*. TfMK CARD ???AUT AIIIIIVB tlcvelaad I P.H, luffilo I Bnffili1:31UL Jlwlill 6:30 ???IMTKAI. ???YAHftAltO TIM CKCMCftTftA ACCOMPANIES) CA0M ???TEASIfl Connections made at Buffalo with trains for all Eastern and Canadian points, at Clerelaad for Toledo, Detroit *nd all potata Went and Southwest. WFCTAI. I.OW RATBS CUtTgtAJtP TO 817 1- HALO AND NIAGARA FAU.S BTOfcl SATURDAY NIGHT, AXSO ??UF??AI/ TO CXKVB1.AND. .Asi Ti.-tert Agents for tickets fto C. Si ??. UM. ??.tu:l four cent* for illutrated pampklct. F. HERMAN, 6snert! PissiiorAfllt CLCVELAND. 9. BI Q FOUR AT QRAFTON. EAST No. 28, daily o :4fi a n " 2*, eso* lit- Sunday 8:17 a n " 3t5, daily I:HO p. o " 4, daily *:l~- p. WEST No. 5, Cols. Ciufi. St. Lou. ?:'! a. m. ' 37, Cols. Inrtpls St. Lou 4 :5S p.m. '.' 25 Cols. Cint-i Ex. '.0:21 p.;m. .All trains are daily except number 27. For time tabiea, rates of farr , through tickets, and baggage checks, and further information regarding the ruaniafc of trains apply to J. K. Knight, tickel agent, Grafton, O. r.t,O"D TVIM-: l-T.-U TOt'NG ;:'1L.S on tnt tlirtf-ih'.ii't of tii..iiiii:y i i;u: mud i';n-:^;uy incdii-in-; evi'i- ii-n.l. ll.- ^ciitli-, ^UniulMtiiiy tjiialilit-':? I'ciiiit ju ji liiu :u:i-o^iiy r- ijiiii c'i SL such t:i!i"- H ri'vivu." tl??; tli'm|ii!i:j sj-uiu, etrcnptlnjns thu oi-.sr.-ifis, exj-ol- tlic ;cim.i Iroiti the s-ydtviii, re-tir??9 viriiiitj- aiiil v.-u.-ikness, relieves ami jirvvrnts licait.-u-ht'?, sharpens the jippctite, bvighiens Uie.-eyc, clears Iho coin- fluxion, and aUi.U the jflow o? heftlth to the k.' oOc. u boitic. -\lldtaggists. THE CLEVELAND AND SOUTHWESTERN TRACTION CO. B.C REDUCE R.R. 9RATES To San Francisco, Cal.," July 31, to August 13, inclusive, Hmit October 15. Rate from Elyria $56.35, account G. A. K- National ??ncamp- ment Aug. 13. For further information call on or address nearest B. O. Agent or M. G. Carrel, D. P. A., B. O., Cleveland, O. B. ft O. EXCURSIONS. On first and third Tuesdays of each month to and including Nov. 17, 1003, j the B. O. R. R. will sell oneway settlers' tickets to points in the south and southeast, and round trip home- seekers' tickets to south and southeast, west and northwest, at greatly reduce^ rates. 11-17 ?????? o ???????????? Two Lake Chautauqua Excursions. On July 3 and 24, excursion tickets to Lake Chautauqua and return will be sold -from all points on the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Ry., west of and IncludingCleveland,O., at specially low rates, good returning for 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 j 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. B. O. RAILROAD. Time Schedule. May 17, 1903. '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 all points on Southern Division. Cars leave Public Square, Cleveland, for Elyria, at 5:00 a. m.; half- hourly from 6:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m.; and hourly from 9:00 to li:oo 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 4:30 a. 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 10:00 p. m. For North Amherst every 40 minutes from 4:20 a. m. to ii :oo p. m. For Lorain every 40 minutes from 4:20 a. m. to 11:00 p. Cars leave Elyria for Grafton hourly from 5:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. Can leave Grafton for Elyria hourly from 6x?? a, m. to 11:00 p. m. For further information, excursion rates, etc, address, J. O: Wilson, G. P. A. rttj Gar??trM Bid'*.. Cleveland; LORAIN BRANCH. GOING NORTH. Mo. 21 No. 25 Le? ve a m. p. m. Lesicr ........ ........... S 16 S 12 Grafton ................. 8 36 5 32 Elyria .................. -8 54 5 50 Lorain, arrive ........... .9 10 6 05 a : m p.m. GOING SOUTH. , No. 22 No.26 Leave P- m. a. m. Lorain .................. .4 05 630 Elyria .................. .4 22 6 46 Grafton ................ ..4 39 7 ??4 Lester ............ arrive 5 oo 7 22 p. m. a. m. GOING NORTH VIA. B. O. a.m a.m. p.m. No. I No. ii No. 15 Bridgeport 5 3O 1220 Flushing 6 30 I 20 Uhrichsville 7 32 2 23 New Phila 7 SO 2 41 C Dover 7 57 2 48 Justus 6 oo 8 29 3 19 Massillon 6 18 8 46 3 37 Fulton 6 27 9 04 3 54 Warwick 9 15 4 02 Barberton 9 30 Akron ??? 9 49 VIA. MAIN LINE. SPORTilG The Elyria Grays have arranged to play games with two local teams in the near future. August 23; they will play the "South Sides," and August 30. the "West Sides." ; Good games are expected botii days. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Yesterday's Results. Cleveland 5, Washington I. Detroit 3. Athletics o. ^ Detroit 5, Athletics 4. Chicago 9* Boston 5. * New York 6, St. Louis ??? I. ."'??? St. Louis 4, New York 2. The Standing. Clubs Plyd. W. L, Pet. Boston .... .... 102 65 37 .637 Atheltics .... . . 104 58 ' 46 .558 Cleveland .... .. 103 57 46 -533 New York ..... oH 50 48 .510 Detroit .... .... 100 51 49 .510 St. Louis .... .. too 46 54 460 Chicago ..... .. 103 47 56 .456 Washington ... ..93 32 70 .314 Today's Games. Washington at Cleveland. Boston at Chicago. Athletics at Detroit. New York at St. Louis. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Yesterday's Results. Brooklyn 2. Chicago I. New York 13. Pittsburg 7. Pittsburg 4, New York i. St. Louis 8, Philadelphia 5. Boston-Cincinnati, rain. The Standing. Clubs Plyd. W. L. Pet Pittsburg .. .... 103 67 36 .650 New York .. ... 103 62 41 .602 Chicago .. . ..V...105 62 43 .590 Cincinnati . . ... 102 55 47 .539 Brooklyn .... .. 103 51 52. -495 Boston .... ...... 98 42 56 .429 St. Louis .... .- 107 37 70 .346 Philadelphia . . . . 93 3" 62 .333 SPECIAL SERVICES AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH Reports from the Ohio Baptist Assembly, held at Hiawatha Park, will be given Sunday morning, in place of 'the regular preaching service. You are invited to be present. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Board of Education of Avon tp.. to Michael Dieterick, part section 27. price $225. O. Root to Herman Essig. lot 186 Brass Company's addition to Lo- rain. price $300. Rosanna Burrell to Philip Eiden, part lot 65, Sheffield tp.. price $??. H. J. Smith, J. F. Gerhart. and Sebenia Gerhart, lot 6, Black River tp.. price Si. Edwin Perkins, trustee, to city of Lorain. part lot 14, in Washington Street allotment, price $i. FUNERAL OF MAYFIELD INFANT. The funeral of the eleven days' old child of Mr. and Mrs. Sam May- held of Coonville, was held Thursday afternoon at the Catholic church. Interment was made in the Catholic cemetery. Today's Carries. Pittsburg at New York. Chicago at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Boston (2 games.") St. Louis at Philadelphia (2 gms..) ??????????????????????????? O ???????????? ' ???????????? Great sale $1.00 and $1.25 Fine- Petticoats, Saturday, August 22. Sale begins at 8 o'clock, each 79c. The Biggs Everard Co. Kortiin* fr??Mn The late B. F. Jones, some thirty years ago, was a partner and bookkeeper in a Pittsburg firm that conducted a small forging shop; a few thousand dollars comprised the firm's entire capital. An employe one day, in a moment of carelessness while directing the course of a white-hot ingot of j iron through the rollers, allowed his cold steel tongs to be drawn along with the half inclten metal. The result was a pair of ruined tongs, but the discovery of a process by which a superior grade of steel could be produced. The workman's . accident became the basis of the fortune of $50,000,000 of which Mr. Jones died possessed. ??? Indianapolis News. Be*tT-let Sons in lni??ii|trration. The number of Americans who may enter the Transvaal or Orange River Colony is limited to 50 a month, and each mnst have a permit, the blank application for which can be had of any British consul. And, too, an affidavit must me m'ade that the applicant has sufficient moans to support himself and family after arriving. Consideration of such applications is often delayed for weeks, and those who grow impatient and arrive in , advance of their permit are generally given, the option of leaving the next day or imprisonment for six months, with a fine 1 of $2,433. __._ For Sal* Frank A. Smith New seven-room brick house on West avenue ??????....-... New frame boose, eight rooms, good cellar and rater, East River street.......................:.-...-..... .. New nine-room house.West Bridge, all conveniences, large lot-. .......................................... ..........$3,500 New, eight rooms, bath and gas, Cascade street...... -..$2,000 Good house in Fisherville, No. 1213 Bank street....... -.$1,800 New house on Seventh street---. ................. ..,.*..........$t,,9001 Hon-ap near po^t office, on Second ptreet------""-.-------.$3300 House of eight rooms, Fourth street..-.--. .......... ...... -$2^50 Neat place, East River street...- ???--.. .... ...... ..............$S,55Q New eight-room house on Furnace street, fine shade, near yellow ear line-..-.---... .......... ...'." ...... ??? -$2*300 Three houses on Hazel street, near steel mills and green line, each............................... ...... ......$tt!50 Three on Huron street, each-.--. .............................. $1,750 Nice place, Columbus street................................... $950 Large house and extra large lot on E. Sixth street,- --$3^00 Desirable lots in Daisyfield.........-.-............-..$250 to $500 West Second street, lot............ .............................. $750 Two large lots, East avenue, each--.-.----..-.-.-.--...-..----$t,400 FRANK A. SMITH BRO 305 ELYRIA BLOCK New line Ladies' Belts, special values, 25 and 50. c. The Biggs Everard Co. 1 1 AM PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF TEAMING AND CONTRACTING ON SHORT NOTICE COME AND SEE US Persons Lumber Coal Co. Rawson West 24 Bell Red 202 DAN EASON 301 Lodi Street Sterling Seville Lafayette Medina Lester S. Brooklyn Cleveland 6 48 4 25 6 54 4 31 7 07 4 45 7 18 4 57 7 30 5 10 8 16 ??? ,5 56 8 30 iioo 6 10 a.m. a.m. p.m. GOING SOUTH. MAIN LINE. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. No. 32 No. 10 No. 16 No.X4 Cleveland I oo 7 10 S. Brooklyn 7 24 Lester 8 14 Medina 8 23 Lafayette ?? _ 8 32 Seville 8 44 Sterling 8 50 VIA. B. image serial: 8199389 image serial: 8199389

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