The Chronicle-Telegram from Elyria, Ohio on August 25, 1903 · Page 8
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The Chronicle-Telegram from Elyria, Ohio · Page 8

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Tuesday, August 25, 1903
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ifswsissss? wm ?????*W??W^''''*"??*4Wai^^ '^'"'???''" :''H':''-^:::^'-???^^ THE CHBONICLK, FGUST 25, 1908-PA0E ???"*.??? ??*%??????-' Wi*' argam in ':???.. . . ??? \mJ ???^ ?????*.* . . * r Parasols From the standpoint of the manufacturer, the Parasol season is over; from the standpoint of the consumer now is the time they are most needed. \?"e shave just purchased at about half price a large lot of the choicest and prettiest styles??? all new goods, perfect in every way, worth from fl.75 to $3.75. These we will sell in two lots. One lot at 98 cents One lot at AMERICA* FAMILYLIFB. $1.39 ?????!?? Family life cannot be experienced without a family. \Tb*% is the effect of the law of primogeniture upon families, family life, and. incidentally, upon population?^ England, where priiKCgrenituw'stillob- tains, families are large. In America, where It does' not obtain, families are criticised in. being so small (among the native born) as to make observers uneasy about the future of the race. ???ays Harper's Weekly. In France, where the division of property among all the children 1* largely prescribed by laws which leave testators a very limited discretion, the population it dwindling at a rate that is thought to threaten disaster. One reason given for the small size of French families !??? this compulsory division- of all ev tat-es. Where properties are small and there are several children the divided estate affords none of them a home. and inheritance taxes eat np a large part of what is handed down. Where parents wish their home to stay in the family, the temptation is strong to raise but one child. The English law. with all the hardships it involves, was at least made for the perpetuation of family homes, and incidentally it teems to have made for the perpetuation of family stocks. Englishmen have rarely refrained from raising younger sons for fear they would come to want. They have feared rathex a I dearth of heirs than a dearth of in| heritable property. They have never- had the special inducement to raise one child and n*??more. which is said to be such a restrhining- influence in France. When, a family estate goes all in one parcel some, at least, of the responsibilities of h?? former owns* Th?? pessimistic sentiment with which traders have viewed the market for the past few weeks, is slowly giving way to a more optimistic feeling. SHREWD TRADERS, are free to ADMIT that the BOTTOM HAS BEEN TOUCHED and that from now on the general trend of security prices WILL BE UPWARD. If you share -this faith in higher prices, we shall be pleased to re- ceive a portion of your business. We open accounts in sums of from $100 upwards; exceptional New York connections enabling u* to execute orders in lo-share lots on practically the sam* figures as loo-share orders. (No discretionary accounts accepted.) We shall be pleased to send free, to your address any or all of the following: "Wall Street's Golden Opportuni ties," the May "Railroad and Industrial Guide," or our Daily Market Review. We also issue free to present or prospective clients the "Stock Market Annual." the most valuable work ever issued on this subject). Whether or not a customer you are invited to make our board room your business -headquarters. Phones, Main, 586??? Cuyahoga, C-49- The Farnham???RhodeS Bankers and Brokers C o m p a n SUITE 704 - 706, NEW ENGLAND BUILDING C L E V E L A N D, OHIO are apt to fro witj* it. Ytfcere an estate Is divided each participant may more reasonably be expected to look out for himself. Moreover, the condition of ft younger ton. with no expectations, itt doubtless often, more stimulating than that of a coheir with a prospect of inheriting just enough property to keep him from actual wast. English younp- er sons- have certainly been a tremendous force in the spread and development of the British empire, and Er.ir- lish heirs have at least perpetuated English family homes. Primopf niture is not. antl doubtless never will he, desired in this country, but with nil if? drawbacks there is something' to br said for it.. ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? i WANT COLUMN _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 Fancy Waisting Silks. WANTED WANTED??? Man and wife without children to occupy furnished house and board owner and child. Inquire at No. 128 Clark street, afternoons and evenings, or to Chronicle office. ??? If We offer a special line of Rust Proof Corsets at 39 cents each. image serial: 8199552 image serial: 8199552

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