Elyria Chronicle in Elyria, Ohio
11 May 1904

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11 May 1904

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Elyria Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 11, 1904, Elyria, OhioThe Biggs and Everard go. Special Sale this week Percale wrappers 25 dozen Fine wrappers made of Pungah to Percale in Navy Cardinal and Blacks All sizes special this week Choice b9 cents the lot is not Large so if interested Call at once while the assortment is com plete. Wrap pers cents ladies suits and separate skirts second floor entire new line ladies Fine suits in All the ii2w styles and materials. Special values at and ladies separate skirts. Examine our new Stock of ladies and walking skirts. Complete assortment special Val Oes at and of each. Special values for close buyers. Large 35c Bath towels each and Loc handkerchiefs Choice so. 25 pieces 40, 50 and 6sc Wool dress goods per Yard and is Swiss handkerchiefs 8c each 2 for is. Len pieces 01 Fine Laoc damask 72 in. Wide Choice 88 cents a laundered shirts Choice 39c. One lot 2sc Lancaster Gingham aprons 17 cents each. 3 for bleached bed sheets. 81x90 inches each 6oc. 250 Swiss handkerchiefs this week lie Doz. White aprons i7c each. Ten Doz. Soc corsets lot of corsets fige the Biggs and Everard go the chronicle wednesday. May c personals weather j. E. Wise of Howe St is sick with pneumonia. Will a Call at this office for answers to want and. Miss Ethel Herrick spent tuesday afternoon and evening in Oberlin. Mrs. S. Richmond of West Avenue spent tuesday with miss Gleason in Oberlin. John w. Vogley s big minstrels will appear at the Warbeck wed. May nth. Miss Jennie Arman of Oberlin. Formerly of Elyria was in Elyria tuesday. D you can still secure Fine Cabine photos at Monroe s studio for per dozen. 5500 the annual reunion and Dinne of the first congregational is to occur on thursday evening May i2th. 6087 Happy and Jolly Lew Benedict of ancient and pleasant memory is now a funny fixture with John w Vogel s big minstrels. Pap a hangers supplied on Short notice. Wall paper from Down to 21a cents. Spring Stock of dinner and toilet sets. A o Donnell Elyria Bazaar. 6081 the four men killed by the Lake Shore flyer have been identified As Stephan Walter and Joseph Bazela and Joseph Nic Kolicek. Having been buried Ini the Catholic they will not be disturbed. For Ohio warmer to night. Thursday fair except showers in Northern portion warmer. Discovery in roman forum altar dedicated to Marcus pm tins the patriotic youth is found by big. Giacomo Boni. Sig. Giacomo Boni the famous archaeologist who is directing the excavations of the roman forum has made what is considered the greatest discovery of Many years. He came upon a place where there was an altar dedicated to Marcus cur tins a patriotic roman youth fro a 362 b. C., to placate the gods jumped completely armed on horseback into a chasm which had opened in the forum and which the soothsayers declared could cot be filled except by the sacrifice of the chief wealth of strength of the roman people. After Curtius sacrifice tradition says the chasm immediately closed up. The orifice of the chasm found by Boni is formed by 12 Large stones roughly sculptured. The archaeologist also found a Hole which contained the remains of sacrifices made a later to Roaas Curtius on the altar. Banner year for Coal. On tent of Anthracite in 1903 Breaks All toys. The year 1903 stands As the High water Mark of Prosperity in the anthrax cite Coal Trade according to a Repon Al tag j issued. It says that the ton Nastof year exceeded by More than 090 on that of any previous year that the demand for Coal enabled a Fai return to All concerned in the Industry the consumption of the smaller sies of Coal increased 2.46s.c94 tons Over 1901 despite the opinion expressed at the close of the Anthracite strike that bituminous Coal had largely supplanted Anthracite for steam purposes. The year showed an increase of 15 cents in the average value per ton at the mines the total production was 66 351713 tons valued at the aver age Price per ton was number of men employed 150.463, and average number of Days each Man worked. 206 declares Othello lurid. W to sri Nuffield of says belongs to blood and Thunder class. He your ices from Champney. We make All kinds. 5800 a events wednesday May big minstrels at Verbeck theatre to thursday May Down East at the Verbeck theatre rain. V Friday and saturday May 13 and convention Lorain coun y Christian Endeavor Union at the u. B. Church Lorain Ohio. Conven Ion opens at 3 p. M. Friday and closes at 3 p. M. Saturday. Sunday May rally Day of the Carlisle township sunday schools in the disciple Church la Porte. Othello is a blood and Thunder drama a wild and woolly production a time novel emanation of a fevered imagination. At least that is the opinion of the w. T. U. Of Springfield. O. U will probably be a revelation to shakespearean students to learn about this although some of them May seek to Controvert it it All came about through a play to be presented Here called the boys in and the Billing of a travelling company the tit. T. U. Discussed these Pia is denounced Othello no less thru ther production. After themselves the Worsen Ommittee to Stop play. Mot enough. . The printed portraits of vice Admira who is to take command o the russian naval forces at Portarthur suggest according to the Washington Star wears too Many medal for safety in a Campaign Mai any moment for Nat Atory doll to. It Gibson tie s ask to see it i we Are going to clean House and get ready for Spring Trade. We expect to do lot Olte pairs on our room and want to dispose of All our pianos and will of our it it it s and thatus what you Are interested in a great Deal More than you Are in the furnishing of the store our pianos Are artistic and they Are paid for and we can save you Money. Come and see us and be convinced. We have the largest Stock of Sheet gu1tars mandolins Harmoni Cas strings Etc Ever carried in Lorain county. All kinds of repair work on All kinds of instruments. First class piano tuning. Cleaned and repaired and All work guaranteed. See the list of pianos then think it Orer and see if Yon can find As Fine a lot in inv other piano store. Pianos Davenport treaty Alexander Bailey talk of phone behrbros., Vough the changeable pitch Milton Becker bros., music boxes r. M. Summers son the car Load House the Only one in Lorain county it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it a wedding for May and june weddings a Fine line of Cut Glass Silver Ware of All descriptions knives works and spoons. Clocks from i Day to 400. Call and see Rogers spoons at one Dollar a set rim Hill jeweler optician Wurst Block 533 w. Broad both a let us assume that your shoes a fit you. Now what next a what is most important in a questionably demand a that a shoe shall possess style. A if it Baa style Yew want it if a has not style but everything a else you Don t want it. The a style of Dorothy Dodd is a unique. It cannot be duplicate joked by any other maker. 1 Philpott s Jfe it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it vow is the time to buy your Supply of hard Coal All the Best grades at delivered hygienic ice co. Why not patronize the new Plant manufactured ice from distilled water. Pure ice Early to Manly service. A special feature. A Light Wagon for Telephone Calls. Bell phone 500 Rawson phone 500 Street. Elyria. O Champney makes first Slass ice Cream. I lot Lancaster Gingham aprons each 170, 3 for soc. The Biggs Everard co. Instructive. The four track news for May. Only 5 cents at nearest new dealer a the particular Elyria lumber Coal part Olto cite soft St. Office Day s Kar Dwart store v up n a a a wji0 wislie8% w6liv and at the same time at moderate Price is sure to find exactly what he wants in our magnificent Dis play of Fine ready to Wear suits. They Are so brim full of individuality and Char Acter that their superiority Over the Ordi nary ready made suits is apparent at a glance. Farther than this Young men find that the suits they buy from us give them Good service in fact we guarantee every garment we sell to Grive perfect satisfaction. These Are the reasons Why we Are Sel Ling More clothing than any other store in Lorain county. The Robinson Hancock co the Corner store Ely Rulo y pc v

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