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Lorain County Reporter (Newspaper) - January 1, 1898, Elyria, Ohio TT J LORAIN COUNTY VOL VIII NO 5 ELYRIA OHIO JANUARY J 1898 PER YEAR S TRIPLE KNEE LEATHER STOCKINGS FOR BOYS 25 Cnts a Pair They wear 50 per cent longer than ordinary stockings 3 knees heels and toes made finest smoothest softest cotton the BLACK CAT BRAND est heaviest most elastic and cheapest FAST BLACK Boy's Stocking in the world We warrant the same to wear or money refunded Mothers all we ask is to try one pair for your boy F H FOSTER and CO Successors to Baker Foster Clothiers and Gents Furnishers 35 West Broad St Elyria The Holiday Season is Here t Hi r to table Ith nil tht of tht M asi n A full lino or Oranges Lemons Bananas Malaga Grapes Nuts of All Kinds A Fine I ine of Confectionery New Dried Fruits Peaches Apricots Prunes Ruby Prune Rais ns Etc Canned Goods of all kinds and i fine line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES DON'T If you are in need Dental work have it done now Waiting n painful and expensive We have the finest Ion ID county and have practiced all of modern many years CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK 18 OUR PLATES THAI FIT Gold Fillings thai will not drop out and Gold nk Extractions by our own Bisl tet of fS PHILADELPHIA DENTAL PARLORS Dr J B Ford 48 W BROAD ST WURST BLOCK ELYRIA OUR CROCKERY is now blocked with a complete lino oi Decorated and Plain Dinnerware and an endless variety oi Lamps Toilet Setts Plain Blown Glass Fancy China Jardinieres Lamp Fixtures Jelly Glasses Fruit Extra Rubbers Covers Granite Ware Tin Ware Wooden Ware Fibre Ware Boylan Bros EAST BROAD ST BARGAINS IN FURNITURE Await you 111 our store NORTH AMHERST Dec 30 1897 Miin Lizzie Keller is visiting at Cleveland MNs Tillie Fey o Loram u visiting friends here Mri M Seeley n her ton at OaM Harbor Mr George of Cleveland ii bn Mr and Mri H Miller of Lorain are relatives here Mm I illie Brown of la home for the Nettie of Cleveland home for Ihe holidays Harry of Fremont u home for the holiday vacation Miss Fav is ni me Veek with t Lar li Mr I utic uy morning for i to the w er Mr ind Mrs Bu ton ul Detroit ire the of Mr and H Sm th Mr and Mrs Fred Seoley spent batur day wnh fr endi at Pearl of is visit u her brother Ylr Dudley Gul ck and wife Mrs Johnson ind Rrand d I I ure the R lesls of Mr uu A Happy New Year To all are the beat wishes of Ensign Wilkins Phone 10 No 37 laat Broad St Elyria O Lost on day Mrs S Ii Hubbard s E W Hubburd s A silver fork R H Will the please leave he lime at Mra E W Hubbard i and receive Mrs H it ax it wai the gift of a very dear friend Mri S L entertained bar children and in all present ware of Dakota Miss Norms ind Mri C A Wilcox At two o Ihe guests were mv ted to the where B de- licious dn ner The tuble under III load of good things Tho wai cooked and raw then came tried chicken nnd hi Her cofT i c ke co sj ice dies qtc dinner wai music both vocal and and cime the Christinas which the h In OOHS who each received Tie older ones were also rn It wui R pleasant and en ible n and will long be remein b nv ill who Mrs V and chil Ire i of 1 lei spent vv tl Mr J K t mond Grind il ot s Iht ol Mrs ind Mri L r i k Seeley M Her met on Clyde uf S i ville nre Ihe ot Mr ind VI j Miller Mr ind Mrs Seiley vi i t I a and Huron the ore p r f the week The Misses McNeal of L the guests of their aunt Miss 1 I i e i i i this week Mr and Mrs E of spent w th the itler 6 pare its Mr and Mri G Wilford went to Cleveland I cs day for the pi a in which lo store Ihe v papera Mr Tinker of Rome county the week with his B start Mrs H L Hill and Mrs V Foster Mr John Backer u his place was united in marriage Miss Minnie Mon tigal of Llyna at her homo on Ihe Mrs Roth of the roia c led F ner il were htl I run St 5 cl i rch Tuesday m ring 1 e siloon business is on the wane in this place OIK has gone oui of I us i tss and more intend to alter Now i Mrs I bl upe Mr ind Mrs J Rich t ID i I Mrs B Dr N Cornell and v fe lef I lies Uy for lo d v nter Mr Henry was presented will i ne go d vitch on Christmas bv the off CLM cf the bank is i rewar I for saving it from robbery 1 he V F b C E ol the Congregation al chu ch held tie r nit at g ind social at the residence of Mr D Freest ot V1 u i Tuesday evening is tees have put tha roid from here to Bro v hilm in cond 101 b u leivily w I Drivel Iht cor oration is now al work Mil in alreot Mr ind Mrs Cameron Mr and Mrs H II ill n M ss Louise Wood tie vec n t of Mr Dalmer Ka ser and M ss iv it Meat il U s Mrs P lie 11 verv sick MHS Maggie De IH ver s rk Mri Irene W ult 9 on tlm H Lk st Mrs H I I ia Cl rislu is n We glo i vis in cl vs RSI Vetk Vrs C is in Olm f r i d ri le i it Wl lie of i v s i ome Liura and so W re I unit 10 Berea 1 Reese his been D pist r ihu rev iva in Graf on i was born to Mr it r-i I ren an Hastings Usl week S and I V Ir L man wire n Clevi 1 ind 1 Frank Hoi kins and I I i is of were on DLC 15 I Mr ind Mrs Crooner have I en t ler tun ng relatives from Coll 1 I Wash While is reported as h uini i bid I fall on the icy which broke oni rib Denham wife end child of F T run are spend ng ti ne w ih his p ir W F Lyon and wiln are lining ID Mon le They will return 1 of this k Mrs anl lur a m in I isi evening at he M ch re i which deser e much praise There were trees ill both churches inri among the iilnable k fti a lei set for Mrs Ceo French from her hui band and te a numb r of pieces were givan Mr and Mrs h Blanchard hid a pleas nt iin I lie 1 of spe iking g v itg p ind IDS were mjk ng a verv pleasant affa r NORTH Die 30 1897 A Happy New Little Lida It very III with brain fever Mm Hannah Clapp n quite nek will throat trouble Mri Manon wai Mm Helen o this place Miss Mi Parka of Cleveland IN it home for the Mrs Roberts of guest on Monday of Mrs Mr Mri Slatson of Liberty have been here Mrn Ettu Wall of Kenlon n Mr and W B Mr and Mrs Maech and family were Ihe of Mr li I I hei d jre ng the wall Mr and Chaa Horrick Mr and Mrs Bruce Manon of Port Ni Va Hre at the homo of Mr W Li Mr and Mri Joshua L sh Christmas with Mr and Mrs Clarence J of Cleveland Mis Jenn e H ckb of has been spending d lys ai the home of her f iher J Middock Mrs Br R ico and daugh er MIRB V of Cleveland have been ibe of Mr ind Ames J me died at hn lume Wat morning lie has been n very ioor for the pist M SH C of M s GHO M si Katharine d Miss of Llyna Mrs Sriv were recent of Mr and Mrb Josept 1 e folio vi IK olh ers were nl the b S on Dec 26 1 Ja nns bayers L b Mr MISI Leh i Kace issi unt and Lila LA D c 19 1897 New i ear to i 1 Master Ned Gotl 13 in Mr s reported on itiL sick 1st C Christmas tr ends ID Mr and Mrb N L Barnum were in L lyrn list George H of t lyna a st r ci in toun iv Mrs Cirabiswell visit eu friends in lawn past week Mrs mL Chris 11 b ult I orn tu Mr Mrs Freeman Hast tigs 1 h Uec 23 i daughter Mr and Mrs C H CurM fr LLC b fro i Cleveland nd Berea Christ m s ind 1 s K tm 11 d d of i ot trends in town S 1 Johnson and s P Mernam m t a business tr p u ed Mr rd Mrs 11 im spent L in tin s it the f tl LIT son r C t land for Mici g t i i sd y in i lib i o c 1 ome M Lark r o IMS on Ihe rn i nh ot ij n th pist has i CM c Cl cl bl v veil to Spencer to spend L ho id t tLt ion t of parents M id Mrs b m 3 Lc s T of OLer in ape t S ur liv I nd v it el ol i s i oil i Irs ss n Mr anl H V i r no it the 15 t ol son H n Ll a d Christmas Cl ir J ot C Lek spe it inJ bi i nv at the h me of nib p ru i M nc Mr I B Wheeler Mis Lur ler Mr 11 1 Mrs W H r ihe week Mr nd Mrs 1 r i k o r i g ind Mi s R L McK of Cle el no tl e Bl of Mr in I Mrs D H Vi o ru g iy Jol n an old anc respected ci uan DBL a alter a loag illness AI tht hjme of 1 is so George on the n er road 1 uner il toon p I riday it his laie residence M Th Dec 23 at the I one of he bride s aunt Mibs Sarih Knowlcs bj Reece Mr Chester Han a id M sb H both of Grange i Hey have our best Afler the ar exercises of Buckeye Ilive No 19 L J T M for the of ihe order Mrs S i Hastings Mrs and tre led the ladies to a daia y lunch The next of the High School lecture course will held m Ibe M L c lurch This w II be the occasion of the annual public cila of the senior class It promises to be very interesting rece a fron Mrs M a dear fnend in There was is as varieties of roaas Chinese mignonette smilax etc NORTH RUSSIA Dec 18 John Parsons and fumily spent Christ rj this Missei lie Chri tm s I j i n nth ki UL frid G i s aii v re H ifs frc i L f Ian 1 r c M HP Mi lit D ik Mrs Kite bchm ick i r s i IK 1 es in Mr ar 1 Mrs JTI tows f Murry sprn with relatives here M sues Cor i G bson ind hll i I aff of are at their li r v ex Misses Hie nd Veil H Sell o rt are spending the with in Barl ert meetings are being I eld in sib district so 2 under tie of Mr of M ss 1 lor i Ward of Olx Im in sub so 2 1 er last 1 for the Chr WELLINGTON Dec 29 1897 Minn fell last Friday and broke her wrist Dr K ng and wite vere in New London Chris mas Mm Nocni an I Mrs were in It e i i iday D B and fan Iy went to De pi os for ChristmuN Miss of the ho idays her par nil Miss Mibe ct is at home from Ph I idn ph a f r ho holidays Dr S and family spent me hoi wi h Mr and Mrs The Lp gave a calendar social i the M L church Wed even ng Mrs im Hull of Ihe Y L C A spent Christmas at he home of A P Dimock I to ihe city for the holidays and wh la there looke I I for a few high bred dogs Mrn an aged lady fell m Ihe house last Saturday and broke her hip The Dr says she may never siep again Ihe Christmas festivities were this year The people gave the r children a irea in iha a nip per selves bv i real Sanm Linus house with Mrs Sana nt I ome telephoning binta II wis said thit in the h story of t le church had so m ny and beau if i presents been brought in PHIL Dreadfully Nervous GKN s s c nerv is and or re lef to k on K s C over Koot Tea I m ind re ened mv i er nus i I was troubled w h co isn ition k and bowel nr tei cleansed mv tho u t at I re gained i alth and L is rs s A S eel tori C n bib n n 1 M h vs i vV H t b 1 1 i A 2 Cureti v Sh hs ure Ihe ts H I i cr ip pro ll v 0 e m i i s IJ I st i lo s frr h an r 2 ot or K IKS PITTSFIELD Dec 21 1897 Lelter Mri Jne Roit tuts gone to Michigan as the of Mr and Mri Butler dur ing the Mr and Mrs Frank Rool and daughter and Mabel were among Ihe m my who viewed the display of Christinas presents Mrs R Gibbons Jr has been in cer d the past week her ter Mrs I osier in the preparation of a coming event which occurred on Thursday n ght It was ihe wedding f Miss lie hosier L he marriage of Burt Belts to Miss Clara Merad th on Thursday evening was one of Ihe grand social of the season and pronounced bv ill present i i complete success in every wiy e ex trc congratulations to Ihe young S i ce our neighbors of the classic n e convicted the driver f tho b er wag n and ire the cl truel ire m leu nl f v lor i north led bo nil ne M iv jur labors buar fruit in 11 me remember if vo ir t e bors on lie soulli ire in in J wor 111 for he simp object Boom th p nt will Star In Tho of Ihe Barber ot Seville la tht roll of to on Wednesday Jan 3 Ibe of Walter C A Elln will be the event of nnd 11 eagerly by all loveri in Madam bai Diver Ix fore appeared la J The B ir- of run nob IB land unco Adeline PatU beard hert in the role of Munc hall mge will and with winery Ii will be at com pleie an production M li anywhere all the nnd ind orcheilra Madam will in the role of PU next In Philadelphia aud every a perfect rendition of tha pin The conductor will be Signer 1 for who biro conduct the performance of I Aida in York a year ago will be little need to recall Im worth I his will be the only one of opera tint Cleveland Ail enjoy thu year ind wi 1 also be Madame appearance here during Ihe leinon beam be by B D and may be called or al Music hall box on ibe evening of opera Dec 27 1857 ill June and wife spent in All land killed x red fox on Doc Evelyn attended the carnival in Norwalk on Ihe Harry Hrait who in Berea is home for Iha V ill Handly and family mai al Rodger t Miai Lew Ward who n in LoMin came borne Friday or a week Mr and Mrn of Cleveland al her father i S Hicki Lew Meachum and wife of Elyria are pending Ihe time with here and wife of Rochester took Christmas with Charley and family Mrs Sumner and daughter of Cleveland are at her father s A J Burrell i for the holidays Social al J V Phelan 9 on y evening al so Chapman on Til day evening F D m 1 n Iv of Lorain are the guesti of i n b i id d leu during their A free show HI li I i I hall even ing this week I I i li of kump pat em nud cine co i T ho enier i i i i 1 the VI n church on C L v s v ry DC i so well 1 d is it have been tic i LL i to vn all IHU week v is Klwood K s blacksmith bu verv lev ha I lo be 0 wai in business in Ibe Miller block in which was in ihe irack uf ihe big fire there lam 7 COLUMBIA Dec 29 1897 is somi of her old schoolmates Jennie Howe ana daughter Gertie spent with al this place Mr and Mrs George Buker and child ren are spending the hoi days in Michigan j here was a tree nt the bap lint church Christinas eve An program wis pre Jessie has gone homa to stay with her mother Mrs R Smith of Medina who is very low with t ion 1 here will be an on of ot the Grange Ja i 4 al the hall Oysters will be served for dinner A good time is expected J he entertainment held Christmas eve at the Methodist church well attend ed At the close every person present old and youni were presented with a box of a id nuts and all away Much is due the Mr Wi for his untiring effort lo it success ewe OPERA CLEVELAND ONE OF TWO WAYS Thin Blood Where the blood loses its i intense thin and watery as in anemia there is a constant feeling of tion a lack of and the spirits Emulsion 1 of Oil with Hypo- phosphites of Lime and Soda j is peculiarly adapted to correct this condition The oil emulsified to an exquisite fineness enters the blood direct and feeds its every corpuscle restoring the natural color and giving vitality to the whole system The hypophosphites reach the brain and nerve centres and add their strength- ening and beneficial effect If the roses have left your cheeks if you are growing thin and exhausted from over- work or i to tell use sion re you gel SCOTT S Fmu i on Al antl oo SCOTT Clc New from over- X if age is beginning se SCOTT'S f ed foi too i 3 i lor the ur ne ind is s ich s net li nle lo riny for n ol disease D om ol T le I rat v iy is d m 11 perfect union of the kidneys Tl e I va s fiom c trt i mi of ti ler disease Mil I CAI M i r f om 1 id re st So i le ika ihe creat onu purpose md if not doc ored id 11 not to or except in es It is situated biCK t ind cose lo he bladder ri any p n d seise or incon 1111 in the K drevs back 1 1 idder p is often by m bt Ke i tr lo female weakness or womb roul le af somu sort The error is ea ih and maj be as lo find on set your urine aside f r four hours i sediment or aet ind cites k or bladder trouble lie mild Iht extraordinary edeU of Dr K 1 Ter s Svv Root the great kid ney and bladder remedy is soon realized It need a medicine you shoul I have Ihe best Al fifty cents and one dollar u miv have a sample bottle and both sent free Mention HKPO iTER and send your address 10 Dr Kilmer t Co Btnghamton N Y The proprietors of Ibis paper guarantee Ibe genuineness of this offer Karl s Clover R Tea b a lax Ve the bowels purifies Ibe id the complexion Easy to ind pleasant to take 2 cts Sold keman TR nd Java codec fine moderate price Delayed Dec 22 1697 Baker died Dec 17 J lie funeral vas held Monday O Law rence officiating She a train cincar She a bus ban 1 ind one da ig Her 1 1 mourn her loss r dun neir Mi man s p ice 1 liom is A ni nje s horse fel down the Linb throw ng hi 11 on to the ground IK VMS hurl ou te A he H t ol able o be out Miss die 1 Dec lO aged 19 mon hn lie funeral was held it ihe ii ip 1st chinch Stind iv KLV Longion o I where she nns been i niL i bei for llm past three Theia was i large bne vis i bright having school me pist four She i fit her an 1 i other 1 1 i o un Ikr Miss Cari gave her pupi s n treat of i C tree J even ing Dae K mo binn Cl H s put i i Ins ap ind d s c mdy pop corn ind Chr to eich chi d 1 1 retur i the vis with a flirt p lot graph n ind ol ILT little toke i of fro 11 I er pupils will be al the opera houie Cleveland next week beginning Monday Jan 3 popular priced matinee on and Ibe Saturday The the and moit opera ir ihu country The play form i a bright and meet Irom lo the end til well written dialogue 11 and clever the lyrici are of the beit and Ihe munc ID it sparkling and ee one could desire in tbe itory that the aod at Ihe Tea HOUM of Ten juit the r i s en In other where are Unlike ot the ganzai or there u a pretty and coherent itory running through the play which ii lo two acti ihe fun being tbe Tea HOIM of Tea and the Chrysanthemum Fete in ibe Palace Garden I ia iLe and Ihe ot tbe play place in Japan tbe treaty A porty c-f naval officer The G nha who them much a ma le mint Then a of luh upon he 1 ha Chief of the G ihe Cover nor of ihe who lo marry her and when hii hetri her unging to an he the proprietor the Tea t-I of hia and at public auction hn goodi and me uding the unking nod Ihe Governor to buy one and ihe one he to bur li bought by an English who him Une of the foreigners by as a Geisha IB ao d lo the Governor in- Head com but eventually there n a aui of everything endi ily The humor of the dialogue and the diverting situations keep the audience in continual laughter and Ihe bright and pleating melodien evoke ibe A most feature of the entertainment IB Ihe aud tbe 1 he tint of a 1 ii extremely pretty but it n by tbe lovely ibe Palace which tho moM vv th the of 1 he Geisha 1 be effects are I and the 8 it of tht highest cUss As 0 Mimosa San the chief Geisha M ss Laura Millard tings I dances and acts brilliantly when ing the when pleading for from the Governor bidding i farewell to her lover she is especially nnd clever longK The Amorous Go d Fith nnd the Jewel Asia are among her the Duet will Reginald t ated by Mr John Parks n ren dered A of her ing generally n the charm with which her tre rendered and are trmne of her genuine acting i de- apparent in the Duet which is loudly encored Mils Linda Di as Molly can ije excelled bhe hit an te voice in a winning manner tand dances graceful v Bet I am Geisha in Japan and Monki y on a Stick are very pleasing Ihe 1 oy Duet sung with Fairfax u well received that it has actually onu of the strongest hits in play The balance of ihe co had and incl ides Mark Smith Chat W J lm Pirk Henry hh Cornelia ana others under the management ot Mark bmnh h Consumption Cure where others tail Ii is tbe ng cough cure and no home should be without it Pleas ant lo take ind goes right to spot So d by Dykeman fi Malthews a 51 Jj IP S 1 M 1 CO n 111 I 1 l-r ll I II i J I 1 I1 I I L t I J 1 1 L v lllL U ll t IIS C I I t L i lC Ml s ifa 1 JuV C c 1 1 H 1.1 K ng tin I g Di i n W s a most roi all 11 nve usul Di Baby Lt his I I it in ll L h la in Ui bi Mtb 13 mm Di John W b 25 cents at all ask for Di JohnW Bull's tup b r li Chum.iKle THE THREE It B with pi asure that KumKTER u i t he HLI that u soo i to be nored wi li a visil b ihe t n o w dul k iown New L i 1 and f is ig popular i iha ns ihi 1 lireL The ni s s R-w vl MI r I rank Libbey of tir nine and Laton the on the anil 0 ia who wherever appears Lich mcmoer of ihe ino han id led froh laurels in the west to loose brought with them from ihe e hive seen many presb hive g lined this seison and also have we from critical ind re- 1 able sources home arc making return dates wherever they notably m this slate Defiance Kenlon 1 indlay lona eic 1 ley will in conjunction with Ihe male i of onal church ihe auspices of tbe music and the being a worthy every suai in the house sold Lei we come the with the same enthusiasm they meeting with wherever gueu one ot il c novel programs Ihe quartet and thons interested will spare no pa ns to give the a crowded house and incidentally we might H that tbe public no lo make tins effort of IDs quartet and munc au event tn be bered Popular pn ee will IH ilie reserved seals selling for and gen- eral admission January IK the dale determined upon Left For The dandruff in my hair after Smith Dandruff Pomade the only live cure for itching and falling hair Price 30 centi For tale by H J Hady i CENTRAL Shoe Store For Fine ut
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