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Elyria Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 9, 1904, Elyria, OhioChato Klill monday. May 9. 1904 revival to the How much shall i one of our Young men asked the pastor the above question in regard to his Church obligations. We Wisny that every member was this much interested in this Side of our Church life. If so we would have but Little trouble making both ends meet in our financial problems How much shall i give Church each it is not our policy to set a Price on people or in any Way dictate to them How much they shall give to the lord s work yet we do suggest something when asked or when we feel that the Christian is neglecting this import ant part of the lord s work we fee sorry for those who feel no Joy m giving to the lord s work or who give so eagerly that they feel mean about it. This Young Man was in Earnest he works he prays he pays and Bible school notes attendance 171 contribution brother Riey is p Ayag his Cornet in the school now which proves a valuable help in our mus c children s Day. The first sunday m june let us make it a great Day with a Reat offering also a nne in Terra moment. The month of april was a Good one Lor our and contribution were both Large each sunday. Our rally Day the last sunday in was great Suc Cess despite the ram 325 present and both these items we asked for been Fine hard does it All joyfully that the work of the lord be prospered. He said that he had been giving 50 cents each sunday dividing it equally be tween sunday school and Church be sides giving to the extra things that come along. Some one had told him that this was too much for a Young Man to be giving. We asked him How much he was making a Day. Replied we asked my thought that one third of one Days wages was too much to give to the lord s work each week. He thought that it was Small enough what do you think figure on the amount you Are giving each sunday and see How it measures up with your in come the Only person that Many of us Are stingy with is the lord let us give As the lord has prospered us when our income increases let our gifts to the lord increase there were contribution were larger than if the weather had telling How Many would have been present. The school was never in better shape for work than it is now another new class has been formed by dividing mrs. Rawson s class of boys the boys were sorry to leave mrs Rawson s class As she had stood by them faithfully in class and out of it. We feel sure that they will soon become attached to their new teacher mrs Riley who we sure will do her Best by them the Garfield class of Young men Are Labouring most diligently to enlarge their class. Tell any one of them of a Young Man you would like to see in the sunday school and we assure you that he will be looted after a Gold class pm will be the Reward to the Cne bringing in the or gust number of Young men our Young men Are in Earnest hard working human heart. Some one with an aptitude for statistics has been doing a Little calculating on the subject of the human heart and its activities. The Normal heart it appears beats about seventy five times a minute so that an hour s record would be something like beats. Supposing that a Man lived to fifty his heart would have beaten times. If a son of this Man More robust than his father should fill out the scriptural allot ment of three score years and ten his heart beats would number 2049. It is easy to understand after computation Why this hard working servant of the human body frequent la Wear out per weekly the regular monthly meeting of the c w b m will be held afternoon at 2 o clock at the Home of mrs r m Summers on Earl court the meeting has been postponed from last Friday because so Many wanted to at ind the county s s convention in Grafton Twenty five saloons in Cheyenne have closed As the result of an order by the Union Pacific r. R. Their employees to enter a Saloon. Hoymel s Success in Elyria cured Many serious Carea of Ca a. Dykeman will refund Money if it fails. Idaho Wyoming and Montana Points from Chicago Dally during March and april. Corresponding Low rates from other Points. Dally and personally conducted i excursions in Pullman tourist sleep ing cars to Francisco Losangeles and Portland without change double berth Only fait through trams. Choice of routes. Rates and fun info Mazlom on to a. Hutchison. Manager. North Western Union Pacific excursions in Quai Ift Wahta Square meal Wade s restaurant Elyua Block profbss10nalc Ards . 590 to a. Dinner from it a. In to my sapper from p. M. To p. M. Quick lunches at All hours. Stew milk item or Fried. Got ready on Short no Tice. Leo. Al Chamberlain suite Century Block Elyria Frank Wilford at Tomey at Law room 308, Elyria Block. Elyria. O. F. M. Stevens attorney at Law 332 Ely Power bldg., Elyria. O. Insurance has. C. Lord Justice of the peace fire insurance room a. Century Block Elyria. Officers meeting and financial report. The regular monthly meeting of the Church of cers was held tuesday night May 3 e5sht members were present Bros Riley. Laddock. Rob Inson Fauver and Sala and Sisters Strickler and Robinson it was decided that the business of the Church should be attended to in a Little More business like fashion. The Church will have its account at the Bank from which All of the accounts of the Church will be paid. This Means that the preacher will get his salary promptly each month. The janitor will get his and All Bills will be kept paid. If there is not enough Money to meet the Bills the Church will pay interest on the Over draft this Means that officers expect each member to pay his share promptly notes and news be sure and read the report of the officers meeting and join a helping hand in reaching the desired end june i the county c e convention will take place in the Lorain to e Church next Friday evening and saturday All Day one of the interest no addresses be Given by Rev. John pounds. Of Cleveland. It will come just be fore the noon hour the state convention of this Church will be in Cleveland May 23 to 26. The program wit be a most excellent one. This is right at our door and we should go in Large num Bers it is an Opportunity which we do not have every year the offering for Howe missions last sunday was not nearly equal to the giving ability of the it was Only Many Best givers did not give anything certainly shall expect then Church of our do not thing for two or three months you will put an extra Virden on the Church. If you have no make one at once and help in this work. We need every member in the weekly contribution t oiled on list the manual for lows receipts received dunns North disbursements. John p Sala. Geo. Englc janitor Logan Gas co water rent for car entering total total april Iol sunday the Church it offering to this gifts in next should a rack cause not less than Wise indeed is the Man who b a Little treasure for the Rainy Day but far is the Man who sends a goodly amount of his treasure on Rhead o. Him to prepare a place for 10 too 890 12825 a is of balance Bills unpaid and due. John p. Sala go. Engle. Weaver grates plumbing Lucas plumbing co fixing Heht outside of Church for All eternity Vears and lea1 e All on Earth behind at the meeting of but tuesday night it was decided to tie Fli right u a. Decided to fair of or Mui to act her fatter Thi be for to Cacoilo do Ever of the men shall be appointed Anict be a Tui in attendance both morning and _ o new beatitudes. No other Medicine or treatment for Catarrh has Ever achieved such Quick and remarkable Success m Elyria As Yomei the fact that h. A. Dyke Man when he first introduced Hyo Rae. Sold it under a positive Guaran tee to refund the Money in Case it did not cure contributed largely to its successful introduction. A guar Antee from a from like h a. Duke Man gave people Confidence at the Stait those who obtained a Yomei out fit found that the treatment did All that was claimed for it the first few breaths of Yomei cleared the air passages and gave exhilarating and invigorating effect its continued use freed the system from All catarrhal germs soothed and headed the mucous membrane and made a Complete and lasting cure. Compared with the dangerous stomach dragging that had been used heretofore in the treatment of Ca Tarrh the Balsamic air of Yomei created a most favourable impression. And he Medicine itself did even More than was claimed for it. In fact to make a Success it was Neces Sarv that Yomei should cure nearly every Case of Catarrh n it was used for every outfit was sold on a guarantee to refund the Money in Case it failed it it had not possessed unusual Merit a off a like this would have resulted m an enormous loss. By curing As it did Yomei soon gained an enviable reputation and made Many friends who recommended it far and near. Its Success Here in Elyria has been remarkable and h Dykeman is still Selling it on i personal guarantee to refund the Nonty in Case it not give Satis after exposure to wet and cold a dose of Hinkley s Bone liniment in a Little warm milk or water pre vents illness wards off pneumonia. It s a sure cure for colds coughs sore Throat and pain of any name. Only 25 cents a bottle and every bottle is a whole family Medicine in itself. I am satisfied it saved Ray life on two different occasions when i could not secure the services of a Chas. Woods West Branch Mich. Why not get a bottle the druggist has Hinkley s Bone liniment Senour s floor paint specially made for floors. Dries Over night. Cements up the cracks. Will stand washing. The More Yon scrub the harder it gets. Hardens almost to Stone and out wears any other paint made. Nine handsome colors. Ask for color card. Contractors Fred o. Wolf contractor and builder estimates furnished room a8 Turner Block. Phone 593. I dentist. Hubert Day brim o. T sigh Nav Mich. H. A. Dykeman druggist. The Cleveland i by Felt transit coh paid Cleveland and Buffalo _ while Tom . Stems City of Buffalo City of Mil wit Hurt i of Taeu that big four at Grafton. Mafit so. 88, daily a. M 22, except sunday a. M 86, daily i m p. 4, daily m West 0o. 6, ools. Zintl a St. Lou. A. M. A Oola. In Dps a by. . 96 ools. A inti sex. 10 m p. M. All trains Are daily except number 37. For Tate tables rates of fare through Tea feels. And baggage Cheeks and fur information rear i or. A. G Ward dental Parlours. Room Geady blk. Open evenings or. W. H. Henkel dentist Century Block Elyria miscellaneous it Tai it fire cute him a. Mieding attorney room 34, Century Block Elyria. Of regarding tha by . Gas Wells for Gas Oil cad work guaranteed. Call n writs Rogers Rob. Grafton. Ohio. Nawm Saleal discs time card Biffoli i Ioco total ss9 the finance 1 mrs Ler was instructed to tins Deli Cliency by june i if to Suic Klicic blessed is the Man who does things skied Are those who do not talk blessed Are the who keep 20q heir temper blessed is he who tries Gam were others Hwe failed an the Bush Tor hey shall few blessed is Tiv canst Ian who Joe Are some who not Bacn Gums anything to l in cd lenses of the Church that ought to help generously at Titre Are others who Are Back on their pledges this is your to show your love for you Church. The new financial year begins with june first. A student being examined in Locke where he Speaks of our re lation to the deity stated a Wel known fact when asked what rela Tion do we most neglect " and he Art Lessly answered poor relations our prayer meetings have proven not profess too loudly too often but ins life a Chance to Tell blessed arc in children and spend much teach then the Vay Nev shill be comforted a great com i t by and blessed is that Sci Dick of the King Dom his sword for the enemy and not for use on his Breth Ren or the servants of his own inheritance he shall earn a Good name. Era the meetings of the c e. Have been excellent lately. The younger members of the Church afe taking part. This adds enthusiasm. We Hope that they will keep up their Good enthusiastic work All most interesting lately. The study for next thursday night will be Thuv u1cu Ruusu Muniu lord s supper the presence the summer every Carch member would be a person a Church should be a a. Members of this society. Of rates every sunday Lake Shore railway. Sunday during Spring and summer agents of the like Shore Michigan Southern by will sell tick ets at reduced rates Between Points where passengers can go and return same Day sheriff s Sale in parti Tion. T h. Rowland in Alexander Wynn it Al. In Lorain county Ohio court of common pleas. Caqaj no. 7130 sheriff s Sale on order of Sale in partition. In pursuance of an order of Sale in partition issued from the court of common pleas and for the count1 of Lorain and state of made at the May term thereof a. D. 1004, and to me directed i have levied Pon and jul Offe for Sale at Nib in Clio at the North door of the court House in Elyria on satyr j Dav. Tune 4. D 1004. Between the hours of 10 and 11 o e Ock a. A. Of i said Dai the Oll Owmer described real Cost re. To t situated in the Village of Oberlin of Lorain. State of Ohio and known As part of the Village lot no of the West Side of South Mam Street in said Village bounded on the j North by land owned by t. H. Row-1 land on the East by Mam Street on the South by land formerly owned by Phillips and Taylor now known As Carpenter s court and on the West by a line parallel with the East line and feet Distant therefrom. Bring a parcel of land i6j4 feet in Width irom North to Bouth and 75 feet in depth from cast to West exclusive of the Street and including All the real estate in said lot no. 234 of which the said Cornelia a. Wynn died seized. Said premises have been appraised at eleven Hundred dollars and cannot sell for less than two thirds of said appraisement. Terms of Sale Cash on Day of Sale. C. F. Sailsbury sheriff of Lorain county. W. B. Johnston attorney. K Sleibi it to of Matt mint or. 1. A. A Mem altar years Al Teea atty Aai will care Amy Uysase to the Leal Drefes Stob. This u care Amy Uysase Kawwas the Leal profession. This Usu a phys Liaa Bis Mac Yery v its Sadi r. T. Of t. Site tag first Sod third tuesday Al Samoa. Month. Halo Abb Ball wub8t look. Select Oon Neislar Fia. Beare tary frs. J. E. Woodruff j. E. 838 e. Are. 838 e. At. All Witt ind am s Al Aamari f. Of in fab. I. F 4 Ron pro Bias Aai Al la Chattanooga stomach a Catanh Aai Al Birmingham Bergaas. La Staa 9 Throat aa4 Vera a. A m a Aai All the Jacksonville Charleston Shreveport the doctor Acadia tills writes Hist aay Points Texas Lea tag Ira for information address 67 Woodward Atic. Detroit. W. C. Rynearson q. P. A., w. V. Tac Tarti Ohio. Tribe of Ben Hub a meetings second Aad fourth fri4aa of each month in k. O. T. M. Hab. Chief c. W. Tattersall mrs. Ella 350 Fot Irth St. 349 eighth St. Bankers paternal Union meetings second and fourth monday of each month. Tea Koabek Hall Wurst president Secretary mrs. Susie Berlin. 487 West biter l. 0. T. M. Keating second and fourth tuesday each month. Aia Roabee Hall Wurst Block Boord keeper mrs. Frances Mona at. It Are atari. 1 j j wine Mack of mass., said i was completely run my appetite an Rone a rvs Unstrung and j was waited to a Skeleton. I could t Bleep and i my mind that unless i soon received help j he. The medicines i wok seemed to do me no Good and i was a pitiable object. I White As a Sheet and to weak i whte As a see n walk without staff Dehnk. My amends were con telling me that i bad consumption or mysterious inc Frame disease. A to Lengum i heart of blood wine. I result was simply that alone entirely but of a mom. Audrus Klam. For of is Acob i 60 years experience to Mcmanu a cram United brotherhood of carpenters and joined of America. Elyria local Union no. At carpenters halt Cheapside monday evening. All resident Nemea carpenters Are invited to come me sabers. Initial Iii fee Wal be Adra acc to March a a tilt bricklayers it masons l u. No. 64. Meets every thursday night at carpenters Hall on Cheapside. All members of the Trade wishing to join Are cordially invited to attend the meetings. H. Whitney Fin. Sec. If Yon want Good cheap Domestic co a we pc it Coal cow
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