The Chronicle-Telegram from Elyria, Ohio on September 3, 1903 · Page 8
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The Chronicle-Telegram from Elyria, Ohio · Page 8

Elyria, Ohio
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Thursday, September 3, 1903
Page 8
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Co rf * 'li-ifr ???'-,.--r..w---mmij|M?? immiinini i n ???'"???"??? ???-' ???-'???' ' ??? 'v-' ilani THE CHRpyiCUC. THUBapAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1WWJ-PAGB the standpoint of the manufacturer, the Par- seaaon is over; from the standpoint of the consumer time they are most needed. just purchased at about half price a large and prettiest styles??? all new goods, lit every way, worth from$1.75 to 13.75. These sell in two lots. One lot at cents One lot at $1.39 f--. - ??? ???.: ?????? ??? - -...??? - . -??? *:" '-.-?????? We offer Best Quality WASH SILKS sold by jWANTCOLUMNl ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? LOST LOST??? Beagle and fox hound. Reward if returned to 835 West River street. 5153 Umbrella left in park Sunday af-l ternoon. Finder please leave at) Elyria Hardware. FOR RENT FOR RENT ??? Furnished room without board. - Inquire ae 238 West Fourth street. 5153 WANTED WANTED-??? Board and room for two -young men of good address. Address X. care Chronicle. 5052 WANTED??? Young lady to do light house work and learn dressmaking. Good chance for right party. Inquire 317 Elyria Block WANTED??? Position, by middle aged man with fair education, sober and industrious. Goo4 . references and security. Address Chronicle office, A. B. 4850 ________________ _ FOR SALE??? Home with $ acres WANTED ??? Man and wife with-! in town of loco. Good railroad con- vs The 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 'us 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 custo- jmer you are invited to make our board room your business headquarters. Phones, Main, 586??? Cuyahoga, C-49- The Farnham???Rhodes Bankers and Brokers Co m p any SUITE 704- 705,NEW ENGLAND BUILDING CLEVELAND, OHIO 24, must sell at once, One- third cash, balance to suit. Frank A. Smith Bro., Elyria, Ohio. FOR SALE ??? Fine residence pro- perity on East Third St., 66 foot frontage. Charles' L. Morse office [' 208 Ely Block. GRAIN AND STOCK QUOTATIONS BBBEBBBBEI out children to occupy furnished i nections. house and board owner and child, i ?????? ??? Inquire at No. 128 Clark street, af- ' ternoons and evenings, or to Chronicle office. Inquire a this office. Wanted??? Several persons of character and good reputation in each state (one in this county required) i 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. 3700 '?t: at 50c, now 25c]a*yard. We also have marked down about 50 pieces of ,-':X,~?-. . ~ v '???','??? "~ViV;- "?????? ??? ??? ??? Fancy Waisting Silks. Hf^i^i^^^s^tff -..'.' '?????????' ?????? ; v :;*-'.????? m ???% ???*' a special line of Rust Proof ^%^^:^i:^^-^-v.v;-':r;v---:.-. :;, ; -V . " j}?^'^i/~^-;---C^:-:':-:V"'-:''"'-:.'C;cr'; ";.-:-'x'*il:' ???* .'??? ??????. ^^^^^ at 39 cents each. i^sj:sjzy??f'f'::Z;(f^-:: -:'-..???:. ??? ?????? ^^s^^im^ss^^^--- '-?????????""' i^si^a^gfe?te??!iy;!:,,j-v. .-... ' ,. ^ti ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? OQ ????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????? __??? Special lot of 45 and 50 n^~M*^\Zf'~" '''???''- - ??????;"' :- ??? ??? - ??? SllS??^,|^4\'f"?? ' /\ ??? - . ' cent I- me Urganzmes and SilkMulls reduced to cents WANTED??? Places for young men and women to work for board. Send address to Elyria Business College. Phone 461 2200 WANTED??? Address of those wishing to take Elyria Business College students to board. Send your address to the College. Phone 461. 3200 FOR SALE FOR SALE??? Mealey seed wheat recleaned, $1.00 per bushel. S. M. -Mason, R. D.-"jfo. 2, Carlisle. *i 4752* MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE A new ten room house on I4th avenue, Lorain, Ohio. All improvements, electric lights, gas, bath-room complete, steam heat, cemented cellar, water closet in basement, barn i6x- SAT) FCR SPINDLESHANKS. Fashion Set by Klnie Edward Brlmfm \\or- to Gentlemen with SniMll Calve*. Now that King Edward has set the fashion for knee breeches in full dresi affairs, and is being followed by many of his subjects, it is likely that they will be received ere long on this side of the water. They must, of course, be made of black silk satin, and the effects resulting from such -a dress will, to say at least, be somewhat curious, says the American Wool and Cotton Reporter. Those who favor the innovation will be the well-built, athletic class, whle those who cry out most loudly against it ??? that they will not adopt such a ridiculous fashion ??? will have, no doubt, some personal reasons for not wanting to be seen In knee breeches. It will not be the first fashion adopted that has made men look ridiculous, nor will it probably be the last King Edward is etiJl the criterion of fashion in London. Tbere Is little question as to the style there, at least. ; Am !?????*????????? Op*l. An opal has been found In Australia, on the White Cliff fields, which, with good fortune In Uw cutting, will make * long by flv??,wide, or Belgium, weighs nearly a pound: and is valued at $250,000. A Nebraska family ha* been poisoned by sardines. Sardines are like people. says the Chicago Record-Herald. Then are some bad ones. image serial: 8199931 image serial: 8199931

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