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   Adrian Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - July 18, 1901, Adrian, Michigan                                PRINTING That delights the eye and brings in not the re cult ol To produce a ROOU job requires experience and good We have at your It will pay yon to see us before pUcioR your THE TELEdRAn ADRIAN DAILY PUBLICITY Is as necessary to the growth of a busi ness as are gentle balmy and generous sunshine in the propagation of flowers and An increase in business is bound to follow an adver tisement in THE TELEGRAM A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR THE LATEST LOCAL AND GENERAL JULY TWO Economical Whatever fuel Is most conve nient to your can be used In Round FurnacerchunkB of sott hard thet fire will What ever you put In H will give most because Bound Oak Furnaces waste no fuel burn all the the and most of tlie smoke keep flre 12 hours with 24 hours with The Round Oak Furnace ts solidly constructed and is airUglit tbe only airtight and is reasonable In All of the heat goesInto the through flues sidexhe ney or in If you want a write for the Hound Oak Furnace book of fuel hints on fur nace Makers of Bedaeitht Round the most famous ttove in the Round with ootcr castag BARGAINS IN Summer Shoes There is no better time than now to buy Summer Prices are at the very and if you contemplate buying you should not fail to come here at once to our ANNUAL CLEARING For Ponfilas formerly 54 oo Cft now Douglas formerly DocRlas formerly f 3 oo DocRlas formerly f 3 oo tJ now You will never get a chance again to buy Douglas Shoes at a For Empress Shoes in for now Empress Shoes in for now Ladies Fine Vici for inerly now Laiics Fine Vici for inelv now Ladies Hne Vici for merly now Lti These Goods are all New and the Latest This Sale is Strictly WEHLES SHOE 3 West Maumee White Front Telephone your wants to THE TELEGRAM Isnt It Dont feel much like baking bread this kind of Were used to by tlie our Salt Rising Bread is just a little the Iiest jou ever Try us on Monuuient 99 The Time And Expense Saved by using Vapor Gasoline Stoves Leaves you eaough margin for other kitchen utensil See them at our The Glacier Line of Refrigerators are built look better and cost less than any other on the Taylor Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Next door to For the Summer TOILET nennens Borated Talcum Viola Talcum Almond Highly Viola Cream Positively removes Sunburn and A Superb Line of Perfumes and Toilet Full Line of Bath Shampooing and Scalp Pre JOHNSON ANDREWS Four Corners Drug Citizens Phone CASH Always just a little under the market in selling Ior this week STRAWBERRIES EARLY CABBAGES RADISHES and other early garden Our stock is always complete in i Fresh and Salted Goods delivered I WILSONS Opposite Vedder SALE OF Summer Footwear The Best Womans Strap Sandal 0 I in the market for the 0 I l Womans Vici Kid heavy Mens Outing S25 Mens Tan medium Mens Fine Shoes in Lace or plain or cap Mens Guaranteed Patent Leather the latest lasts and patterns Womens and Tan and REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY Hayes Cash Shoe ADRIAN AND Men are Enthusiastic and Em ployers are Mum ADDITIONS TO THE STRIKERS The Amalgamated Officials Profess Great Satisfaction Over the Results Accomplished Since the Strike Be July We have not from the other side at any in any or on any subject since we parted at the Lincoln hotel last This positive state ment made by President Shaffer Uio Amalgamated association disposes the rumor from New York that the strike had been The principal events in the days strike history were the failure of the sheet steel people to reopen the Wells ville plant with nonunion the of fer of financial assistance made to the Amalgamated association of by members of the Federation of Labor and by the American Window Glass Workers association the concerted action of the association to organize the immense sheet steel plant at Van dergrift ami the fact that several of tue closed plants are being patrolled by armed watchmen and The Vmaigamated officials profess great satisfaction over the results ac complished since the strike but officials of the as hereto will say The only man on the companys side vho has said anything up to date is Persifor Smith district manager of the sheet steel The fight he has on at Wellsville is being followed closely by the workmen and today an open public meeting will be held at Wells ville when President Shaffer in per son will present the strikers side of the case and endeavor to overcome tue effects of alleged misstatements concerning the late Man ager Smith has been invited attend the meeting and make a state ment for the sheet The en tire community of Wellsville is worked up over the strike and friends and enemies alike are expected to be present at the WWle Wellsville Is the strike cen ter the battle great will be shift ed to McKeesport next week if the re port is true that the Dewees Wood plant of the American Sheet Stcol Co will resume This would afford one of the most trying situa tions of the It would necessi tate the importation of nonunion men from other and the bitter feel ing engendered would be hard to con ft The platform of Enterprise lodge of the Amalgamated which includes most of the employes of the Wood is opposed to all During the strike last spring no effort was made to hinder men from going to work The same it is will te followed in the present and every suggestion of violence will be frowned At about 500 men or the steel hoop mill are Much pressure Is being brought to hear on the 800 men of the tin plate and it Is now considered more than probable that they will refuse to Notices were posted in the tin mill granting a voluntary advance of 10 per cent to heaters and and 8 per cent to the Percy Don the superintendent of the tin said As far as I have been able to after a close only four or five men talk of I am firmly persuaded the strike will last for at least two The Monnessen tin mill has a great er output than any other mill in the and all efforts will be made to keep it Repeated efforts to organize the men in the tin null have proved Ouida a Little July Theophilus brother of Olive has sent a letter to the South African association contradicting the state ments made by Ouida Louise de la to the effect that Olive Schreiner was held a prisoner by the British in South and published in the London Daily News July Theophilus Sehreiner says his sister Olive is living in Cape Col for the sake of her and that her is The town of Hanover is un der martial says Theophilus but Olive Schreiner is al lowed the freedom of the military cor A Notable July Turnbull of was married in Pauls Knights to the American Miss Elliott daughter of the late John Augustus Page ot New There were 300 guests at the church and many notable personages were later present at the reception given at the residence of the brides Amid a Deafening July steamship the first boat of a regu lar line to make a trip from Chicago to Europe and left the harbor yesterday amid a deafening salute from other The round trip took 84 but it is expected this time will be materially lowered on the next Kindles anew the firea of Its the head of the The main spring of Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madison Medicine Johnson Commencing May the Detroit Southern railway will rnn a regular Sunday leav ing Adrian and returning leaving Deroit C 30 Fare to Detroit and return and one fare for round trip to aH other a practicing physi cian of Smiths for over thirty writes his personal ex perience with Foleys Kidney For years I have been greatly both ered with kidney trouble and enlarged postrate I used everything known to the profession without re until I was induced to use Foleys Kidney After using three bottles I wns entirely relieved and I prescribe it now daily in my practice and heartily recommend its nse to all physicians for such for I can honestly state I have prescribed it in hundreds of cases with perfect Wyatt Johnson MATTERS IN Results of a Cloudburst Upon the Streets of Ionia SREAT DAMAGE DONE THEREBY Lightning Struck the Standard Oil Companys Building and Tore the Roof But Did Not Set Fire to the July cloudburst occurred over this city at fi oclock last and in 15 minutes Wain street was a running It is declared the worst storm ever experienced though thousands of dollars damage was done a few weeks It is much worse this cellars being plate glass blown out of store and trees All kinds of damage suits arc threatened against the wlme the theorists are trying to figure out how 18inch sewers can be made to care for the floods that swoop down from the Soon after the first Hood ofwater from the east a creek in the residence part of the city became and turned a flood ot through La fayette and Rich streets and through two blocks of residency find ing its way to Main which was under water for three doing much damage to residence struck the Standard Oil building and tore the entire roof but did not set fire to the oil Considerable damage was done to the Pere Marquette the large doors being blown in by and the ma chine shop and roundhouse being To Be Buried With July son of Under Sheriff of this enlisted in Company Forty fifth in In while on a skirmish line in the he mortally The remains arrived in San Francisco two weeks ago and last Fri day were shipped to Clare for It is expected that the body will reach here on Friday of this The citi zens have taken charge of arrange ments for the which vill be held on when the of and other societies will Addresses will be made by Alward and Welch was the only Clare county sol dier known to have lost his life in the Fear Port July re rating of old members is the impor tant subject before the supreme tent It means considerable to the Macca bees of the for it has been shown that since the last biennial re view the old memuers have fallen be hind of what it has cost to carry This fact presents a grave question to the convention and calls for immediate for the officials realize that if it would re sult A Young July young cy clone struck the Barren lake four miles yesterday and played havoc with things general A large barn owned iy George Sterner was unroofed and the flying debris seriously injured John Chap Threes were blown down and tents were torn into A tre mendous downpour of rain was wel comed by the An Overdose of Ann July a proofreader and newspaper space writer from has been here for the past week and out of Tuesday night he took an overdose of chloral Prompt medical assistance revived and he was taken to the University hos but he is reported as much worse and there are doubts of his Made Him Run for July Buckley was sentenced to three months in the house of correction for assault on his tie jumped from a Grand Rapids train here and was chased by Detective To who was in charge of twice through the Huron and eanght after a bloody struggle one mile from the is not BO much in the ordinary vacation as there is in a single bottle of Htmds which refreshes the tired sharp ens the dniled restores the lost Take Hoods Sarsaparil la this Avoid the Heat and When yon go east by traveling via the coast The new steel passenger steamers leave IK Cheboygan and Al pena four times per week for New and all points south and What Two Cents Will It will bring relief to sufferers from asthma or even in the worst This is abont what one dose of Foleys Honey and Tar Isnt it worth a trial Johnson Reduced Rates Queen Special reduced rates to Queen Crescent Great oppor tunity to visit the Pacific Quick schedule and excellent train Ask Queen Crescent ticket agents or address for The greatest healer of modern times is Banner SaJve for piles and all skin dis It is Use no sub Wyatt Johnson Our want ads reach the Any advertised dealer is authorized to guarantee Banner Salve for burns ulcers and any open or old F Wyatt Johnson MICHIGAN The total expenses of the state tax commission for the year endingJune 30 were Martin Anderson of driver for a hardware was thrown from his wagon agoiuH a tele phone breaking his Charles Beebe was fined by Justice Roche of Howeil for cruelly beating his While Henry Effiins c Entri can was visiting at her daughters home her twoyear and threamonths old child was drowned in a William Nichols of Kentucky has keen arrested on a charge of attempt ing to shoot Frank Birdsall at Turners a few miles south of Arrangements are being by Dryden people for the entertainment of the Eighth Michigan which is to hold its reunion at that place in Pay of the motormen and conductors of the Jackson Suburban Traction has been increased from cents to cents an unsolicited by the Sugar beet weeders for the Linking sugar factory at this point were paid over for their work last The company has paid out upward of to tlie weeders in this The twoyearold child of Jamis Jewell of Xegiiunee was playing about the wan fell into a pan of boiling The little one was terri bly but death soon relieved it from its SHOCKING foung Girl Who Never Heard of God ily the Id girl who iaims hc was i in a box car ind assaulted by a has created i During tliR examination in this city e was by Prosecutor Riforcl he erer hoard of she re jeated Ive never herd of him rhats he ICGC like The girl ap jeared to he shaking She s much when told of the Jhristians Ministers and church members here ire shocked that a child who has lived a the heart of Joseph for eight fears should iifver have heard the lame of The case against the iobo will probably be FASTEST THREE Though Coney Lost the He Paced Fastest July three fastest ever paced on a race track That was tlie spectators t GJQSSC saw yesterday ufter ron in the si1 arace which was won iy AnatoMdn om Both horses oo a part in the recordbreaking per fnr Very gets the credit of fsrcrt time in spite nf tf fatt that he lost the In the first heat he the miie in by all odds the best mile of the ycai and one of thu best that was ever The subsequent heats seemed to show that the great New Haven geld ing had overdone the matter in the first ror Anaconda gave him a sound beating in each of and he was even nosed out by Connor in the The time in these heats was and Man July a prominent died yesterday aged 60 He was corporal of Company Twenti eth Michigan under and had been almost helpless for the result of army He leaves a widow and two Miss a teacher in the Normal This leaves only of the four Wise who served in the civil Harmon having died at Chancellors ville and David about a year frosecuted uy a July Eargood went to Justice Weston of Yuma and secured a warrant for one Vernie Trowbridge for threatening his Trowbridge gave bail and his trial is set for the 18th It now transpires that Eargood is violently and is chasing his neighbors with axes and setting ure to He has been twice confined in an in sane The trial of a man prose cuted by a lunatic will be watched with UASt American Wash ington 3 Oovriand Boston first game Cleveland Boston 10 Ath letics Milwaukee National Louis first Atrime Louis Bos ton 5 Brooklyn Pittsburg 3 Chi cago New York Western Grand Uapids i Fort Wayne Day ton 2 Marion Columbus 1 Wheel The expression of grateful women who have experienced wonderful bles sings using Rocky Moutuin com pensates us for our effort in their be Johnson SUFFERED FOR YEARS OHIO DAY AT Eighth Nash and Chief Geronimo the July famous Eighth Ohio otherwise known as the presidents arrived here last evening ami went into camp at the exposition They will remain at Camp Fillmore for a Today the Eighth will act as the es cort of Nash in the parade that will precede ihe ceremonies to be held In the temple of music to comwemo rate Ohio day at the It might be said that the Ohio day festiv ities have already for visitors from Ohio were seen ai the exposition grounds yesterday in large Large parties of representatives in the state legislature and men who served the state in me house of rep resentatives at Washington are among the Ohions in the One of the distinguished visitors at the exposi tion grounds was secre tary of state from A short time later Nash visited the grounds visited a number of the exhibit buildings as the guest of the exposition officials and saw a num ber of the midway While at the Indian congress Xash pre sented a silk flagof the state of Ohio to the famous Apache Geronimo expressed his thanks and then in return inscribed Nashs name on the tribal parchment as a member of his naming the gov ernor Big With Kidney a Case That Baffled the Best I make he following statement for the benefit of people in advanced years I have used Warners Com pound of Seven Cures with the best possible I am sixtyfive years old and have suffered more or less with my kidneys for over three After taking eight bottles of your Seven Cnres I feel like a new I can truthfully recommend it as one of the greatest remedies of the Toars Wyatt Job printing promptly executed at oroner prices at this of had kidney trouble and one bottle of Poleys Kidney Cure effected a perfect cure and he says there is no remedy that will compare with Wyatt Johnson lj nut nor rliinpn tary Iluy ally clouuso eliectuaiiy unit Give Sold by all 25 LOOKING FOR Supposed Attempted Murder Proved a OneDay July firing of a pis tol shot at Pierre minister of public while he was driving to a cabinet meeting by Madame has proved a oneday Explanations made at the foreign of fice tend to diminish the sympathy for Madame Olzewsky and her who say the art was comtnitted in or der to draw public attention to their poverty and It appears the Olsewskys exaggerated the injury to their means of hvlihood resulting from the arrest of Olsewsky in charged with being a and for which Italy refused compensation on the ground that the arrest took place under normal The foreign office treated Olsew sky giving him a position worth francs a Instead of attend ing to his work himself Olsewsky farmed it out to others and thus re duced his income from it otrancjled to July a woakliy aged re turned froin Canton yesterday and found his aged dead in the It first thought heart dis ease was the but later develop ments show murder by The parties are prominent and the murder is a An Excellent The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well n SrBUP OF manufactured by the CALIFORNIA Fict Svivcr illustrate the value of obtainingthe liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshingto the taste and acceptable to the It is the one peifect strenfftlipmiig1 laxa cleansing the system dispelling headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub and its acting on tin liver and weakening or irritating make it the ideal In the process of manufacturingfigs are as they are plumant to the but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic by a method known to the CALIFORNIA Im SYRUP In onkr to gct its beneficial effects and to avoid please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP SAN NEW Forsalo by all per Youll Like Our BAKING We have a knack for making bakery goods taste home Like to have you try our Phone us your street number and our wagon will stop at your Gem 8lSG Enst IPhone Citizens Phone Do You Want the Best of FLOUR FEED HAY OR STRAW If so call up the GASH FEED STORE FISH Bell Phone Prompt 3 If you have not already secured sotne of those Bargains In Table Linen 0 At The Cash Dry Goods S Red Ticket Closing Out 9 Would advise you to do so at W 60c Red Ticket 37 50c Red Ticket 0 40c Red Ticket 27c 35c Red Ticket 22j4c LINEN Sc quality Stevens all 18 Gc 9c qualityStevens all 2T lOc quality Stevens all 20 W 12Jcquality Stevens all 9 9c value Absorbent 72C Oft He hare oiily a left and imuld do well to mil 9 9 while they 98c 9 while they 79c 3ffr while they 59c CASH DRY GOODS 9 9 West Maumee S Vacation Shoes Mens 60c and Mens black or and Boys and Youths rubber Boys and Youths Canvas Misses and Childrens Strap Strap Sandals and Toe Ladies High black or to Tne largest line of Mens Shoes in the city at and Mens Working and We have on hand a large stock of Ladies Fine Shoes in small and all priced shoes we are cleaning them out at Also can give you good bargains in Misses and Childrens 5 North Main ALL AT ONE PRICE We have 50 styles of Picture Moulding in Bone Mummy varjing in width from onehalf inch to three inches that we propose to make up in any size frame you may no matter how for We have the largest stock of Frames and Mouldings ever shown in Drop in and look them Refuse all substitutes and insist on having Tom lOc Will 5c Havana 5c K your dealer does not handle them let us THE LATEST BIT OF SOCIAL An item about the newest thing in fashions all the society all the church all the local and county thats the way THE TELEGRAM Caters to the women of the city and It is a newsy and the ladies like to take the items therein and discuss Thats why the paper is valued so greatly by the for the women buy seveneights of all supplies for the If you dont take The TeleEram you dont get the If you dont advertise In The i Tele you don t get the CUT PRICES ON ALL TAN SPECIAL LOT OF LOW SHOES AT COST LA DIESBlack Pat ent Kid riRu lar LADIES Black Vici Kid regular cut price SPECIAL LOT of Womens Tan Misses and Childrens Strap Sandals at Less than Cost   

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