The Chronicle-Telegram from Elyria, Ohio on August 28, 1903 · Page 3
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' -*r** :$T,-? ???'??????1V'!"i"f-*.yNi .-???-??? i.f. ???: x'i-vi1;-'^ f-.'.'*?v.::e-". ???' 1 " ,'i-* .-:???'-. .'???!??????*/-- '??? ; '' : ??? ..??? '' TOE CHBOKICLE, FBIPAY. ATTG8UT 28 190fr?AU3B TRAVELERS' REGISTER L. S. ft M. 8. R*Y. No. East Bound, ao Night Express, daily ..6:25 a. m. a8 N. Y.-Boston Ex. daily 6:40 M 126 Norwalk Accom ......6.52 40 Toledo-Buffalo Accom *p:??3 . " 32 Fast Mail,daily ...... 10:40 44 Accom ............ 12:48 p. m. 6 Lim. Fa,st Mail,daily 4:56 " 10 ChL, N.Y. Bos Spec, d'y 6:45 " 42 Mien. Accom ........ 7:55 2 Daily Express ........ 7:57 ".. Trains 20, 126, 40, 6, 2 over Norwalk division. Trains a( 32, 44, 10, 42, over Sandusky division. No. .West Bound. ?? IS N. Y., Bos. Chi. Spe. d'y 3:58 a.m. 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 " 141 Sandusky Div. Accom 3:54 " 127 Norwalk Accom \..... 5:55 ** 37 Pacific Ex. daily f.....8:io 3 Fast Mail Lim. D'y .JH:3fr " Trains 23, 7, 47, 12?, 37 over i.'or- walk division. Trains 3, 15, 41, 133, 141 over Sandusky division. A. J. Smith, G. P. A. L. P. Baxtine, Ticket Ag't. CLEVELAND IUFFALI TRAISIT COMPACT SOMHICTINS CLEVELAND and iUFFALO WHILEYOU SLEEP" VMMMLLI U?? NlfNTSERVICE.HEWSTEMUM "CITY OF BUFFALO" ???wo "CITY OF ERIE Both together being, without dMM. ta??U tUffwOt the finett mod fastest thmt are raa 1?? the tateraft of the troeUac public in the Uvted State TIME CAM Mil* (??????UM??IH?? MM*** IKAVB . AltftlVB Clmliit I PJi. Bitfili 1:31A.M. liffili I " ???;imiiitfi:3l . CIHTHAi. BTMftAft* VIMS OftCHCSTIta ACCOMPANIES EACH STUMCS Connection* nude ??t Buffalo wtth tttlM for ??D Eaitern *md Canadian poinu, at Ctrvttai for Toledo, Detroit and nil HtoH Wert nd Sootfewe*. BPKCtAX, UOVT *AT*S dJKWKLXim TO BUFFALO AND NIAGARA VAIA* XWKV ???ATCKDAT MIGHT, ALSO KOTA1VO TO CUtV*X,AND. Ticket Agents for ticket* *????? C. * B. UM. fiend four cent* for Ultttttntcd * ' F. HERMAN, SliirilPlttttpr Apit CLCVEIvANO. O. BIG FOUR 5 :48 a n; 8:17 a. m 1:35 p. n 6:1;: p. AT ORAPTON. " * BAST No. 88, daily " 82, except Sanday "M, daily " 4, daily WEST No. 5, Cols. Cinti. St. Loo. 7:04 a. m. ' 87, Ola. ladpls St. Lou 4 :58 p.m. "86\ Cols. Cinti Ex. I0:3lp.im. All trains are daily except number 27. For time tables, rates of fare, through tickets, and baggage -checks, and farther information regarding the ranniafe of trains apply to J. K. Knight, ticket ???gent, Grafton, O. BLOOD WrSE FOE TOTTXG GIBI.S on tne threshold of iuaturity U the most necessarv meiiiciri5 ever x^tcl. lu gentle, stimulating qualities bcinsr jutit the necessity required ID such case??. It revives the drooping spirits, strengthens the organs, expels the germs from the system, restores vitality aiia weakness, relieves and prevents headache-:, sharpen* the Appetite, brlgiitfcns the eve, clenra the complexion, and acids the glJw of health to ths ??ale cheek. JSOc. a bottle. All diagglsta. THE CLEVELAND AND SOUTHWESTERN TRACTION CO. 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. rri. to 12:30 a. m. Cars leaving on thje even hour * make good connection at Kamms with Puritas Springs,LJnndale, 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 at 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 Nortif 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 hours'.it*--,' *:Jb 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 minute* from 4-to a. m. to 11:00 p. m. I?or Loraih every 40 minutes from 4:20 a. m. to 11:00 f. ????? . . Cars leive Elyria for Grafton hourly from 5:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. Can leave Grafton for Elyria hourly fr^MD 6:00 a. m. to nx?? p. m. For farther information, cxcnrskm /rate*, etc, addro**, j: O. Wlboa,G.??A* 614 GarMd Bld'f* Cleveland, O. raete Rice Is s native of southern Asia. It was cultivated flrst by the Chinese, and until within the last d??cade little effort has b????n maHe outside the orient to make a serious business of Its production elsewhere. There- at* 1,500 varieties of the rice grain known, of which 50 or more are cultivated. * Girl* Should Kat Thr*w?? "Ball throwing I do not advise to any great exftot for girls," says Dr. Luther Gulick, physical director of the public schools of New York. "It makes the clavicle prominent and destroys the symmetry of the neck, a fact every girl is likely to regret when she is older and begins to wear evening gowns." Tfc* C??Ml The only heavy cut necessary in making the ship canal across Scotland from the German sea to the Atlantic, near Glasgow, trill be one at Loch Lomond. averaging 200 feet deep for one and three-quarter miles. In the remainder of the. route the average will be 60 f eet Wh*r* Ltttlc Great merit or great failings wfll make you respected or despised, but trifles, little attentions, mere nothings, either done or neglected, will make yon either liked or disliked in the general run of the world.??? Michael Angelo. The Liver, Kidneys, Bowels and all secret! ver organs are kept clean and healthyby Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills Nature's own remedy ??? being composed of four medicinal herbs. At your druggists. ?????????? ?????????????? % SPORTING A MATTERS NATIONAL LEAGUE. Yesterday's Results. Boston 3. New York I. New York 7,' Boston I, Cincinnati 8, Chicago i. Brooklyn n, Philadelphia IO. Pittsburg-St Louis ??? Raim The ' Standing. Clubs Plyd. W. Pittsborg ...... 109 72 Chicago ....... no 65 New York ..... 112 66 Cincinati ...... 108 59 Brooklyn ...... 109 54 Boston ....... 106 46 St.* Louis ...... m 38 Philadelphia ... 101 33 L. Pet 37 .661 45 .591 46 .589 49 .546 .495 .434 .342 .327 55 6b 73 68 B. O. RAILROAD. Time Schedule. May 17, 1903. LORAIN BRANCH. GOING NORTH. No. 2i No. 25 Leave a m. p. m. Lester ................. .8 16 5 12 Grafton ................. 836 532 Elyria ...'.......,....... .8 54 5 SO Lorain, arrive ........... .9 to 6 05 ??? a: m p. m. GOING SOUTH. No. 22 No.z6 Leave p. m. a. m. Lorain .................. .4 05 6 30 Elyria .................. .4 22 6 46 Grafton ............... ...4 3.9 704 Lester ........... .arrive 5 oo 7 22 p. m. a. m. GOING NORTH VIA. B. O. Bridgeport Flushing Uhrichsville New Phila C Dover Justus Massillon C. Fulton Warwick Barberton Akron a.m a.m. No. I No. ii 5 3?? 6 30 7 32 , 7 50 7 57 8 29 8 46 9 04 9 15 9 30 9 49 6 oo 6 18 6 27 p.m. No. 15 1220 1 20 2 23 2 41 2 48 3 19 3 37 3 54 4 02 a.nv No.s 3 40 45 6 05 6 31 7*03 i 19 7 38 7 46 % 03 8 20 VIA. MAIN LINE. Sterling Seville Lafayette Medina Lester S. Brooklyn Cleveland 6 48 6 54 7 07 8 16 8 30 1 100 a.m. a.m. 4 25 4 3* 4 45 4 57 510 556 6 10 p.m. GOING SOUTH. MAIN LINE. , p.m. p.m. a.m. ??jn~ No. 22 No. 10 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 VIA. B. Akron 5 40 Barberton 5 56 Warwick 6 45 C. Fultfcl 6 56 Massillorf 7 04 Justus.. 7 20 C. Dover 7 27 New Philadel. 8 03 Uhrichsville 8 10 Flushing 8 30. Bridgeport ' p.m. ft O. 2 IO 2 27 ?? 45 2 52 3 15 3 29 ^4 03 " 40 541 6 42 p.m. image serial: 8199657 image serial: 8199657

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