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Elyria Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 10, 1904, Elyria, OhioThe co icicle tuesday. Mat 10. 1904. By Banks in South if too is Toub i activity show it to of any la with capital of Orer great business activity in tit South compared with that in other parts of the country in clearly indicated by a review in a recent Issue of the manufacturers record of the growth of nation Banks in the South and Southwest since the act of March 4. 100, authorizing the incorporation of National Banks with a capital less than the article Saj s during that period there were chartered in the entire country of which had capital less than 000, the average capital being about 000. Of this number of Small Banks 463 or 3l74 per cent were incorporated in the South and Southwest the number of larger Banks incorporated in the United states was 670, and 234 of these were incorporated in the South and Southwest amounting to 34.92 per cent of the total. The entire number of National Bank chartered in the South and Southwest since the approval of the act was 697, 01 tt.6 per cent of the total number incorporated in the entire country. There Wai on an average 14 National Banks incorporated per month in those since March 14, 1900. The number of Hanks was particularly Large it being tt.42 per cent of the total there. It will be observed that in therein corporations the South displayed an activity and Progress beyond the average and some of the states made particularly Strong individual showings Texas Foi instance being second in the full list with a total of 217 Banks 148 being of the smaller class the aggregate capital being of which it represented in the smaller Banks the remainder being represented in the 69 Banks of the larger class. Penn Sylvania which Heads the list had total of 219 incorporation the Southern and southwestern states in which More than 25 National Banks were incorporated during the period Are Virginia 40 West Vir Ginia 39 Alabama 28 Kentucky s6 Missouri 26. Marylln and Georgia came very near getting into this class with 24 Banks each. It is to be noted however that Ala Bama incorporated of the larger class nearly twice As Many Banks As she did of the smaller there being 18 of the f Ortmei and ten of the latter in her total. South Carolina with a total of nine incorporated sir Banks of the larger class Flor Ida with a total of 13, incorporated ten of the larger Mississippi with a total of ten incorporated sight of the larger. Louisiana has nine of the larger and eight of the smaller and Arkansas six of each. The aggregate capital of the 697 new National Banks in the South is or 30.63 per cent of the total aggregate capital of the Banks incorporated in the entire coun try. The aggregate capital of the new larger Banks in the South and Southwest is or 27.94 per cent of the aggregate capital of new Banks of that class in the country it will be observed that these reflect strikingly the Progress and development of the Southern and Southwest Ern portions of the United states As fat As the Western boundaries of Oklahoma and Texas the number of new Banks being incorporated in those sections shows no signs of decrease. Every Day there Are new Charters and organizations in some of those states and Terri tories to meet the expanding require ments of their respective communities and this does not cover the Large number of state Banks and Trust companies which Are constantly being president gave a private Audi ence the other Day to the Harvard baseball team headed by capt Walter Clarkson. Or Roosevelt received the 25 cordially and was wishing them Good Luck on the Dia mond when the Veteran doorkeeper came in with a senator s card. Yes i said the president the Ante room is full of senators and representatives must be taught their place when a Harvard delegation is about humane prisoner. While a Swiss policeman was conduct ing a handcuffed italian prisoner into Italy they were overtaken by a Violet snowstorm and the policeman wat obliged to take off the Handcuffs and at Tach himself to his prisoner a rope so As not to lose him in the Blind us storm. Finally the policeman fell exhausted. The italian dragged him Hyo Mefs Success in Elyria a Village and then disappeared after refusing a Reward. Dust floated Over Ocean. Scientists have explained the great dust fall that surprised Southern eng land in 1903. By a study of the weather maps it was shown that the Dusi originated on the Northwest coast of Africa and after Riding out in s great Cloud far Over the Ocean to the neighbourhood of the azores it turned to the Northeast and was sprinkled Over England it resembled when swept up a Fine Reddish yellow pow Der. Historic Maine Village. A recent maritime disaster Calls at Tention to a tiny Maine Village of historical interest Pemaquid Point was one of the earliest of the new England White settlements and the ruins of the Stone fort built there in i860, still stand near the Steamboat Landing with a Short and bloody history Indian hostility making the locality uninhabitable the town site was shortly after Waro abandoned. Amiable but High spirited. Does this elephant Ever give you any asked a visitor at the zoo not if she has her oven sait the attendant but if of Cross the least bit she wants to Fly Arturo and tear things or else she goes Anc Sulka you have to treat her just As if she was a Prima Tribune. Cured stray ser Iona of Ca a. Dykeman will refund Money if it fails. No other Medicine or treatment for Catarrh has Ever achieved such Quick and remarkable Success in Elyria As a Tomci. The fact that h. A. Dyke Man when he first introduced Hyo Rae sold it under a Guaran tee to refund the Money in Case it did not cure contributed largely to its successful introduction. A guar Antee from a fun like h a. Duke Man gave people Confidence at the Start. Those who obtained a Yomei out fit found that the treatment did Al that was claimed for it the first few of Yomei cleared the air palaces and pave exhilarating and invigorating effect. Its continued Ose freed the system from All catarrhal germs soothed and Heaed the raucous Meir rare and made n Complete and lasting cure compared with dangerous stomach drugging that had been us j de heretofore in the treatment of Ca i Tarrh. The Balsamic air of Homsi 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 which 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 an offer like this would have resulted in an enormous loss. But 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 his personal guarantee to refund the Money in Case it does not give Satis faction California Oregon and Washington Pride interceded. Why did she marry him he has t any i know out she has but he has t any brains either True too but people inept Telline her How sinning the looked together till she just could t Bear the idea of letting him get away free press. Fire memorial. It is proposed that Chicago build an emergency Hospital in the Center of the City As a memorial to the victims of the Iroquois theater fire. It is thus that the world redeems its losses. In the course of time the Hospital will relieve suffer ing and save life enough to Over balance the loss which brought it into existence. Had seen better Days. Rob where d you Rake up those seedy old shoes Man those Are my Patent leathers but the Patent has expired Yale record. Accounted for. The that a rays Are the cause of an abnormal thirst Points to the belief that a rays have been in existence a great Deal longer than tie scientists journal. False optics of old. Artificial eyes first used by the Long before the Christian Fra mummies Haie been found with Rufi Cial optics they were fashioned if Gold Silver Copper or Ivory. Sheriff s Sale Tion. In parti t h Rowland is Alexander Wynn it Al., m Lorain county Ohio court of common pleas. Caqaj no 71.30 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 within and for the count of Lorain and state of Ohio made at the May term thereof a. D. 1904, and to me directed i have levied upon and will offer for Sale at Public auction at the North door of the court House in Elyria on Satur Day june 4, a. D. 1004, Between the hours of 10 and ii o clock a. A. Of said Day. The following described real estate situated in the Village of Oberlin county of Lorain state of Ohio and known As part of the Village lot no. 234 of the West Side of South Street in said Village bounded on the North by land owned by t. H. Row land on the East by main 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 75 feet Distant therefrom. Being a parcel of land feet in Width from North to South and 75 feet in depth from East 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 St oooo dollars and cannot sell for less than two thirds of said apr tement terms of Sale Cash on Day of Sale c. F Sylsbury sheriff of Lorain county. W b Johnston. Attorney. O blood a tote to wot a Wix at All. Is Tho ugh u Louica like wine tastes like wine and has All the medicinal i Fecit of the beat wine i without a Trace of any alcoholic effects. Hence i it is the Only Eure Ami All round Medicine i for Ovchiy ill from Lul Oncy to age. Fico. All druggists. Ices Fortune to wed. Rawll Nocon a Rich Young new yorker who went to Wyoming to Cowboy life and has been working on a Large Stock ranch for some time Baa created a sensation at Hartville by marrying Misa Jessie Everett a de troit girl who went there for the Benefit of her Mother s health. She if Tat 17 Yean old and will her right to her grandmother s Fortune of by marrying bawls non who it is against her Bower or Fortune to for a cold take a Small teaspoonful of Hinkley s Bone liniment in half a Tea cup of sweetened hot water just before retiring Bathe the freely with the liniment at the same time. Repeat the treat ment morning and evening until cured. One dose generally eff eds a cure As this wonderful medi Cine ads like magic. Here you Nave my Good word for a Nuey s liniment. I know its Virtues. I have experienced its benefits and am familiar with its history. It Vas m by my father before me and his for colds and cramps for bruises and aches Raj will May a mob to the Leal proof mob. 8lavm thu phys Ciao great Iteck try pc aaa eared Tow Aaaanda m Root Rhea Era Ulm aft tend a All Lowr awl Vitoi Catarrh aa4 Al vital we Kami Saqr Tonata Aida u a flu blood Aai Beta do Matt re Twat fab he door Feu to any ending by bum u bom la neat co Nich. U. S. A. H. A. By Altman Kyru o. 5t e of to Ink Irving of Bambi Al fac mis pain "1 compact try run map Xefue a gone and 1 watch to a i column t and i made up my Milit that i soon a cow i to. The it i Ciok i Mcd w do me no Good and i teas u nov a pitiable object. I a Ftp we and in i Bardln walk Najj. 5ir were con tent la to Elmenie tint i had consumption Otini Urah c at length i la ird of u in k. I b to Trike it run t Marc Una True 1 live i it Medicine alone t Noti v Clu 4 to. 11 the i r. Iti pc a nil h 0 b Pic steins Tom a tit Willty and we Knem nth t Lite so years experience Taroc a. An rom mid inc it and ital Cir most Man our opinion whether u has. C. Lord Justice of the peace fire insurance room 32, Century Block Elyria of contractors Fred o. Wolf contractor and builder estimates furnished room 28 Turner Block. Phone 393. Dentist. Or. A. G Ward dental Parlours. Room 9, Eady blk. Open or. W. H. Henkel dentist Century Block Elyria miscellaneous ural a Titi Uii ethos a. Nieding attorney room 24. Century Block Elyria o. Gas Wells contracting for Oil cad work guaranteed. Call a write Roger Bros. Grafton Ohio. L r. T. Of t. Meeting first and third the adar of month. Klao Tabeb Hall Wurst blog select Oon Nilor Pia. Secretary frs j. B. Woodruff j. E. Woodruft 838 ave. 838 e. Are. Tribe of Ben Hub meetings second and fourth Fritiaf a each month in a o. T. M. Chief scribe c. W. Tattersall mrs. Ella 350 fourth St. 349 eighth St Bankers paternal Union meetings second and fourth monday of each month. Sdao Oake Hall Wurst Block president Secretary mrs. Suite Berlin 48? Wear River by. L. 0. T. M. Meeting Leomond and fourth Tea Day each month Iao Abee Hall Wurst Block lady record keeper mrs. Frances a offs at i ukr United brotherhood of carpenters and join Elf of America. Elyria local Union no. 1426, meet at carpenters hah Cheapside monday evening. All resident to Neyman carpenters Are invited to come members. Initiation tee we be aryan or i to March t

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