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.WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7, 18&5.
Business Corals. Items under this head will bt charged one f cent a word tach (niertiun. Roller Rink. Mwsrs.' Wadsw ortli and Waldeck now bave charge ot the Holler Rink and pro pose to make U first class la every respect, excluding all qui'stinnalile character!), und irinke it a popular place of amnst!irient. All are invited. . : ' . t ' T r Twnnty cents off Iroin every Dollar you pay lor an Overcoat at Hurvey's. . Cuoi'i'KRN Oo to Benedict's for bar gains in warranted axes and saws. 51tf A larjre lot ol very choice goods are just opened at J. Sv. Houghton's. Look at Benedict's leadein in horse blankets. 51f Fon hunt. Tho Cottage Hotel will le for rent on and after Oct. 1st. Apply at Houghton's Drug store. . 8Blt. Many bear evidence that our 20 per cent discount sale on all overcoats is far below other bouses. W W. Hauvky. Fresh Bread every day, at R.J. Robin son's, at 11 o'clock, sharp. Loaves Inun 5, 7 to 10 cents or three for 25 cents. Fresh Runs, Biscuit and nil kinds of Cakes, made to order. 40tf A flue line of pocket and table knives, ra.ors and shears just received at Bene dict's. Ollf Mrs. F. L. Wells on South Main St. will do washings for individuals and fam ilies, and guaranteo fine laundry work, such as collars, cuffs etc. to be done in tho very best maimer. Hp For the lowest prices in all kinds ol Clothing, IMta, Caps and furnishing goods, regardless of discounts, per cents oil", &c, &c, go to E. E. Goodrich, for bis goods ore maiked right down to the lowest net cash price. The Annual Renting nl Keats of the Congregational Church will tiiko place at the Church on Monday evening next. Jan. 12th, at 8:30 o'clock, sharp. . Do not lorget the hour. Rexpectrully, W. R. Wkax, Sec'y & Treas. The remaining Grocery stock and fixtures of F. C Leach's assignment mini and will hn sold Immediately at any sacrl. (Ice. The sU.ck and fixtures are at W. W. Harvey's store and for sulo by him For Sale. The lluntiugtou Hotel, furnished, A)i acres of laud, plenty of fruit, lour wells of water. Terms easy. Inquire at theprem . ices or of J. Turley, Wellington. 4tf. N. 8. Hicks. For Sale or Kent. House with 8 moms, summer kilelien, good cellar, wood bouse, l) j lot of ground, good well, two cisterns, fruit shrubbery etc., also a good bam. . . Situated on Brown street one dojr east of Dr. Emerson's and opposite R. A. Horr's residence. Terms easy. Apply to R. J. Robinson, Liberty street, Wellington. tut Delewuro Couutj Creamer. Mr. I). I'etcrs has the agenry for the sale of the Delaware County Creamer, a full size sample ot. which rimy bo seen nt Hoyt & Woolley's Cabinet rooms. It Is highly recommended by exH-riem.rd but. ter makers and by actual test lias won lor itself a repututiou second to none. It would require a leDgtby description to give an accurate Idea of Its merits, to ob tain which call on Mr. Peters or at Hoyt & Woolley's for circulars and for an sxaiu Inallon ol the Creamer ltsclt. It is guar anteeil superior to anything in the muikel and those desring to buy are invited to inspect Its claims for popular favor. 5:1(8 Heartburn at once relived by one dose Cheney's Stomach and Liver Regulator.. Never neglect constipated condition or the bowels, or serious rc.ulls surely bi low, such as piles, Impure blood and many enronic complaints, iiurdock. Uloou iJit tors Is the remedy. Administrators Xollce. T11K EHTATK OP JACOB IIHOI'HB. Notice I hereby lvc, that the nnderxlc'icd hit Ix'cn duly pikjiiiKkI ud nu.lMiil Aclimiil.tr. lor of the Krtala of Jacob ilruuw, tloceaavd, lata or I'l-nielil, Loraiu lounijf, uuin. fists M. II. Humus Wht Will Tnv eonrb whrn Shlloh's Cure will ilri Immrdlioi relief. rice lutu., J et. aug i. rur el Ujr WousUir Adams. all? ' For lama back, tide orcheit Bhllob's Poroas PUafr. Price J3 cents, For sala l Woo. er Aoania. mij - THE CHAMPION Sugar Evaporators Are Ahead Of nil competitors for the follow ing reasons : ' 1st. Tho material of which they are composed Is heavier and they am mucli bettor made than any other; are quicker and require less fuel. 8d. Their, being composed of several small pans makes Ibem convenient and easy to handle, whereas large pans are so heavy (hat many who as them do not re. move or clean lliem during the season. , 8d. The Syphons are a complete sue aess and are considered by parties using them a great Improvement. The following persons bave purchased Champions this jrewi tt. D. Bowon, O. D. Stocking, D. B. Stocking, O. J, Whitney, K. Campbell, two; P. Binllh, H. Mason, D. W. Davles and H. Brtts. E. CAMPBELL and H. BETT8, Agents, t i. ... 1, . Piltsfl.Wl, Ohio. ., .. . . A tun J. W. WTl.Ht'R. Arrant ' ! gent, ! I Wellington, Ohio. I (oatrj 'n..f. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. ? . i ' t -Re. Dr.Hoyt preached in the Me th odist church, Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Chasv Perkins went to New York to spepd the holidays. . ' --Dr. C, (J. Benton,' brother' of Horace Benton, died Saturday; in Cleveland. . ' Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pratt, from Well inglon, were in town Christmas. Berea Advertiser. ... n n ' ' --Tlieie are forty-four families who remain at Lakeside through the year and make up its wlntor sooiely. 'Mrs. Waldeck, of Akron, mother of William and Daniel Waldeck, of this place, dien lust Sunday night. Tho W. & L. E. R. R. Is running through trains from Filtsburg to Chicago, with sleepers attached to night trains The loss on Wagner's saloon, boarding house and dwelling, burned in Elyria last week, was about flOOO, covered by insur ance. Itcv. Father Halle, pastor of the Cat olic church, Norwalk, died Jan. 4th, after a lingering Illness. He was lormerly at Grafton. Alonz.o Brinsmade, while on a busi ness trip through Ashland County, was seized with typhoid fever and obliged to stay at Jeroiueville. F. M. Ashley, ol Litchfield has pur chased (he Aaron Sanders property, on Washington Street, Medina, and will move there this coming soring. Mrs. Stanhope, the instructor of nearly all who have had any practice in oil paint, ing. in Wellington, is again here, teaching former pupils and some new ones. Major Armstrong, chief proprietor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, lias sold out a majority of the slock to a syndicate ol political brethren. Mr. Goo. Hoyt, manag ing editor has resigned. The daily applications for relief to tho Cleveland city authorities average one hundred families. Men will be given food for work in grading Clm k avenue, connect, ing tho South and East sides. S. F. Black brought us a medium sized strawberry, well developed, fully ripe, picked Dec. Hist. The vine blossomed in October, was covered when froMts came and ut last taken into tho bouse. It was of Hie variety called "Sharplcss". The Mission Helpers held their annual meeting Friday evening, at Mrs. J. II. Woolley's, electing olllcers lor the year to come, reading reports and having other literary exercises. There was a good attendance. Miss Eli uuorMcDermott was re-elected President. Oherlin had a church wedding New Year's Day, Normand S. I'ntlon, of Chlca. go, to Frances M. Keep, daughter of Rev T. .1. Keep and grand-daughter of Father Keep. Tho bridegroom la an architect In C'liicJi'o, son of Dr. Pulton, President of Huwuid University, Washington, D. C. Rev, Dr. Hoyt conducted religious services in the Meibt dist church Monday and Tuesday evenings. This evening union services will be held in the same chuieb. Thursday evening (lie various churches hld their regular prayer-meetings and Friday evening union, services at the Congregational church. Wm. H. II. Hutllir killed two pigs Monday, live weight, 003 pounds, dressed weight, 003 pounds; age, 0 months and 10 days. Tbey wero ot the Chester White breed. This Is a remarkably good show Ing, the shrinkage amounting . to but little more than oue seventh. Can any one make better showing? The W. & L. E. Ry. now runs two fast trains between Plttsburch and Chlesiro making the quickest timo of any rouieCs twevn these points. There Is a saving of 13 miles between Norwalk and Chicago over that of the Lake Shore route. It Is said to be well patronized, has parlor cars and sleepers and tuns through without change. Miss Lois E. Morse, of Berea, and a graduate of (he University, formerly tescner in the Cleveland schools, was married Dec. 23d, at Denver, Col., where she has been teaching three years, to John J. Fraser, of Colorado. The ceremony was performed by Bishop Warren a broth, er-lu-luw of the groom, and alter the wed ding breakfast the newly married couple started on tour of the Pacific coast, ex pecting to be absent three months. Frank Smith has succeeded In getting about 03 ladies of Jessamino County, Ky to subscribe lor Demorest's Monthly at 13 ccqts less thai the publishers' price. Sev oral weeks have elapsed, Smith has disnp peared, and the mngar.inisbnve not been received. The young man Is probably working new fields. Ex. The same fine game has been played at dill'eienltlmei on Wellington ladies. It is best to give itinerant subscription agents a wide berth. By order of the JCeutral Urlon Tele phone Co., subscribers desiring to inquire concerning the arrival and departure of trains are requested to ask the operator at the exchange and not the telegraph oper ators at the ofilces. Often the same ques tion Is asked four or five times by different Individuals regarding the same train, and the telegraph Operator Is obliged each time to leave bis work st serious Inconvenience to himself and to hit business which re quires tbs closes attention, PImm, here after, ask the operator at the exchange for any Information you may require concern ing trains, and not bos. or 88. : Th exchange; can fet the Information by Interrupting the telegraph-operator once liiiGrTojrfciug me leiegrapn' oponiiur once and can give it to all subsequent Inquirers with less trouble than a connection1 and a call can be made. In order to help sub scribers to remember this regulation we hope subscribers will not regard it as an impertinence for the operator at the ex change to Inquire when the numbers mentioned are called lor, whether they desiro information concerning trains. The Lakesldo News comes out for December with a new head, new type, better paper, quarto form and a new editor, Mr. Wilson M. Day, of Clevolaud. Its price is 50 cents a year, and it is full of lulormation concerning Lakeside and those things that Interest all who have memories or anticipations of that delight ful summer resort and religious and edu cational camping ground. Tho editor's address is 122 Water Street, Cleveland, O. Subscriptions, advertising etc., should be sent to S. R. Gill, Lakeside. O. Annnal Report of the First Congrega tional Snnday School, of Welling, ton, Ohio, for the Year Ending Dec. 28th, 1MN4. Total attendance) for the year . 14,5)02 Aveiage attendance per Sabbath. . . . 277 An average Increase of 24 per Sabbath over the year 1883. An average Increase of 114 1-5 per Sabbath over the yenr 1882, before the adoption of the gradod system. Class No. 1, Senior department, taught by N. Hacking, contributed $53.10, the largest amount by any one class. Class No. 4, Assembly department, taught by Rev. S. D.'Gatumcl, contributed $3.48, Hie smallest amount by any one class. Class No. 2, Senior department, taught by W. II. Fisher, bIiowb tho highest average at tendance, Infant class excepted. Class No. 4, taught by Mrs. II. O. Biggs, Is the banner class In that department as rcganis attendance and punctuality. Class No. 1, Intermediate department, taught by Mrs. J. A. Chapman, was In attendance 32 Sab baths without a single member being absent or tardy and is the banner, class of the school, t'lass No. 1, Div. "B," taught by Sadie Watts, was present 40 Sabbaths without a single member being absent or tardy and Is the banner class of that de partment. We have lost by death during the past year, two members of our school, Mrs. Wm. Jordan, a faithful teacher and Miss Addie Brink an attentive pupil. Miss Lizzie Frank, a member of class No. 3, Senior department has been present every session of the school for nino con secutive years. Dca. Wadsworth and Miss Maggie Whitney, teachers, have been pres ent every Subbuth during the year. W. R. Wean, Superintendent, has been present every Sabbath, since t'iking the Superin tendency, two years ago. There were given In pupils, at the close of this year 24 excelsior, 44 blue, 30 white and 30 red badges. Resp'y submitted, Eva A. Lano, Sec'y. I'AHU HU'OHT. Cub oa hind at clone of rear.' t 14 10 Total amount received from S. 8. rollec- tloue (avenge per Habbath, 14.61)- Stt S8 Total amouut from church appropriation 71 97 Special Contrlbutlona 71 Kec'd la payment fftr 8. H. (uartrrllea.,, S 70 Kcc'd from sale of 8. 8. Banuera ( S3 tsesos DISBLKHEMKNT8. Ilfnevolcucc, Mif.loua, 8. 8. Union, 4c. $ 41 H Kxpenxca of picnic His Cobh. Andrews ft Co. for ulnglug boolu. 1 40 Ililli for Anniversary of US. 7 to WIU for printing v a in On piano ya 00 8. 8. Banner SJ J7 lunulngexpcnet....i Mtvi For 8. 8. Anniversary of "4 , IS 04 SO) 01 04 llcwp'y rubmllted, Eva A. Lash, Treat. Amount on hand. Eranorators. E. O. S. says, "quite a mistake was made by your correspondent in regard to an exhibition of evaporators." The said cor respondent did not make any written re port, but did have some conversation with Dr. Houghton in reference to said exhib ition, In which be said to him thai a part of the committee wont home before the trial was ended, and that there was no written decision given by the commit tee, though three of them did give prefer ence to Hie Success. Will E. 0. 8. give the public the benefit of a written or printed report of said committee, giving the poiuts of sup priority in the Success? J. W. Wli.lll'K. A Deceived Woman. la woman who nma cotmutlce, face lotion, while lead, blamuth. powdera, araenlc, He, In the belief of enriching and beautifying the completion. It la bat temporary and ultimately dotroys the .kin beyond the power of natnre to rritore. Stop It I Stop It now and naa only Dr. Ilartvr"a Iron Tonic, which Imparts I he rigor and lovcllneaa of yontb. ha Perhaps, "No Doubt" that M, Sorry, (he M. stands for Miserable. To be sure, the Postmaster elect got into the water, caused by tho Ice giving away. But wlu'n "Miserable" says that the said Fostronster was Intoxicated tells a falsehood, based upon a frightful delusion such as visited his mind shortly oiler the Democratic Jollification. No one but near relatives can realize bis condition. Vr.Rnv Sonny. To any body who has disease of throat or lungs w will send proof that Plso's Cure lor Consumption has cured the ssme complaints In other cases. Address, JK. T. I1AZELTINK, W arren Pa. DEATHS. Died. Dec. 81. the infant child of Mn and Mrs. Eddie West, with congestion of thabralri.' Interment took place In the Huntington cemetery New Year's day. The parents have the profound sympathy of the entire community. . "The World's Wonders, . ( As seen by the great Tropical and Polar Explorers," is the title of a new and valu able book Just published by the Historical Publishing Co Its object is to "place within reach of all, in one elegant, finely Illustrated volume, all the achievements, discoveries, travels, and adventures of the great explorers; a history of marvelous things on the earth; of strange countries and races of people ; of curious animals, birds and reptiles; and the world's great natural phenomena and curiosities." It possesses an additional Interest in an offic ial history of the late Groely Expedition in search of tho North Pole, and is no doubt a book of standard merit and great Interest. The publishers claim that it is a complete encvclonedia of exnloratlon. discovery and adventure in all parts of the world, and as such, It must possess very great interest lor all classes of readers, ec advertisement elsewhere. Something for the Baby. What a terrible a fillet ion about the house Is a cross, crying baby I A young man on uie very edge ot matrimony might easily be frightened from bis purpose by bavins too much of that sort of music at the homes of his married friends. Yet babies cry commonly only when ihey are sick. une leaspoontul ot Parker a Tonic, given the little one, will bring res and sleep to tho baby and all In the bouse. Only 50 cents, at druggists. ltlm Quinsy troubled mo for twenty years. Since I started using Dr. Thomas' Electrio Oil, have not had an attack. The Oil cures sore throat at once. Mrs. Letta Conrad, Blandish, Mich., Oct. 24, '83. REPORT of the CONDITION Of TUB FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Wvlllnxton. In the Bute of Ohio, at the cloae of bn.lnru, December 30th, 1W ItESOUItCEH. Loaoi and l)lcounu, $1411,4114 71 Overdraft!. 1.4MJ S V. B. Honda to accure circulation, 5(1, ) 00 Due from approved rcaerve aaenti II, I'B OS Ileal eaute, furniture and Siturea, S.UU 00 Current ripeuiea and taiea paid S7 71 L'berka and other clb Heme 90 11IIU of other bank! '1, 10 00 Fractional Paper Currency, nlcklca, and nennlea -. 53 17 Specie VTISO Legal tender notes K'tX 00 Redemption fund with IT. B. Treaanrer, (5 per cent of circulation) V50 0) Total....'! S'ST.iM a L1AIIILIT1KS. Capital Mock paid la IIOO.no 00 SurplutFund t,9u0W Uudlrldid proSte 1,71 SO National Dank Kotua ouuiandlng 4UJ0 00 Dividend! Unpaid- 1 Ul Individual drpoelta subject to chock 77. SDK Iff Demand certtneatee of deposit. S.MS 00 Due toother National Uaokt- 337 7 Due to State Banka and Bankers If 17 Total f w.sos s Bute of Ohio, County of Lorain, sa. I, It. A. Ilorr, Caahler of tho above named bank. do solemnly swear that the ahuve atatrnirnt Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. It. A. HOItU, Caahler. Subu rllitd and swora to before ma this tb day of Jan.. IRKS. J. II. DICKSON. Notary Public Correct-Attest: R. 8. W KVF.lt, ) '. W. IKHtlC Directors. b. K.LAUNOON. S THE MARKETS. Ciia. Market dull. No change in prices We quote: Young America 12'j to VJ, Full Cream 12 to IS!',. Ohio Standard 10,'H'(u 11. hiiir-MiiNTs fob Week Emu no Dec. Cheese ll!)4. .boxes, W7.000. .pounds. ' Hulter 81..pkgs. 4,280. .pounds. General Produce. CoaniCTBO ar Baldwin, lackoor dt Co. Butter, dairy, per lb.... f0.14 .... Butter, creamery, per lb. 0.20 0.30 Chlckens.dresscd, per ft. 0.07 0.08 Eggs, per dor, 0.20 Beef, per cwt 6.00 7. 00 Hum, smoked, per ft... 0.10 0.19 Potatoes, per bush 0.40 0.50 Apples, green, per bush. 0.40 Apples, dried, per ft. ... 0.08 .... Tallow, per ft 0.05 Hides, per ft 0.05',' Wool per ft 0.25 0.80 Buckwheat flour perewt 8.50 Grain". Flour aut FcmI. CoaascTSD ar Wbllinotom Milliso Co Flour, per sack (49 fts)..l. 15 1.50 Graham flour, per cwt.. 8.00 .... Corn meal, per cwt 1.00 2.00 Chop, per cwt. 1.10 .... ' Middlings, per cwt 0.80 1.30 Shorts, per cwt 0.90 1.30 Bran, per cwt 70 .80 Oil Meal, per cwt 1.75 .... Clover Seed, lcr bush. . 4.00 4. SO Timothy Heed, per hush. 1 .80 1 .00 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.45 0.52 Corn, In ear, per bush. . 0.45 0.VI tints, per bush.. 0.2K 0.85 Wheat 0 77 0.80 Hay, per ton 10.00 Salt 1.25 Flax Heed 1.20 1.25 THE CLEVELAND PROTESTANT ORPHAN ASYLUM HAS FORTy BRIOHT, HF.A1.TIIV. ATTRACTIVE HOI S F1I"M TWil MONTHS TOF.I.KVKN VKAItS or At.K FOR WH"M liool) IIOMKS ARK DP.. SIIIKI) CIIHUhSroNDKNCK I'OIIOIM.LY l VITKU. A. II. SHI'S K. Sfl'T.. CLEVELAND. O. riles! Piles! ' Piles! A SUKE CI' HE FOUND AT LAST! No On Need Suffer. A sura eon for Blind, Bleedlns.lteblns and Dicer ated Piles baa beea discovered by Dr. Williams (aa Indlaa Remedy,) called Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment. A etnf le boa baa cured lha wont chronic caaaa of a or SO yean sua dine. aa seee) Mffar Svs minutes after applying Ibis woaderlal eootbJac madleln. Lotions, Instruments and eleetaarlee do more barm than good. William's Indlaa Pile Oint ment absorbs taw tamora, nllars sb laMaw Itcatnc (nanlealarly at al(M after (ettla warm la bad. ) acta aaa eoalUe, lives luuaa relief, sad la prepared only for Biles, liahlnf cf Use private pans, and for nattulBf ties. Head what tbe Ron. J. If. Conlnberry, ot Cleveland aaya sboat Dr. Willisana Indlaa Pile Ointment! "I sews bead aeons) of alia ewrea, and It ea-oraa ma pJasMra as nay that 1 bars awrwr fvand anvthlaf which fare sorb Immediate and peraiusnt relief aa Dr. William's Indian Ointment" For sals by all dmcslets and mailed M receipt of erica, sOc and SU FRAIIIR MKDICINI CO., Prop-rs, - Ct.sm.asn, Onto. 1885.! A Happy NOW THE FUN BEGINS ! We intend to make Friday, January 2d, :"a RED LETTER DAY in the history of the Dry Goods trade in Wellington, and this is the way we propose to do it : Having decided to invoice in February instead of August, as is our usual custom, we must reduce stock rapidly in the next thirty days. Our store will be closed New Year's Day and we shall re-mark in Red Figures all unseasonable goods, such Blankets, besides many staples. The former price will not be erased or changed but the red figures will be -the price and every customer can see what reductions have been made. ThQ TRUTH STATED ! rrT-iiz: is cheap, But you can buy more and better FUB N.I TV BE! i for leBs momey, at A. G. ip G. L. COUCH'S a Than at any other place. Good Reasons Why I We have the largest stock in Lorain Countv in snWt , iiv o wiviCJDw luimtuio dealers in the county. Our long experience gives us advantages others ll OVA Tint Oilli enlnt, Av1tn.l I... t.. 1 1 . t i-i ii wv. vui mivD mmcu ujr mi uiuhu vi out competitors, wmcn enables os to soil for les profit. HMinAY rcfifirK In enJle8S variety. Call and see for yourself. nUUUHl UUUUJ tef you leap , They Must be Sold ! 1 If prices On account of warm weather, I will reduce prices on those Blankets, Lap Robes, Wolf llobes, and all other kinds for the next thirty days, for cash. LAP ROBES, former M (( M Come and get prices and see for yourselves the nicest lino of Robes ever brought to this town. Also a fine line ot Trunks, Satchels, Whips and everything kept in a well-regulated harness store. J. M. OTTERBACHER. The Star that PM13IBmilF Tills cut shows the new slyls of wood-work Artistically Beautiful- .Sll Jm) . The new line of Attachments tnat .ire row teintr placed with each JJomestio are speolaltleB. fn ctter rrachue has them. These Attachments and the New Wocd.woik make the "DomeBtlo" more than ever, without question, The acknowledged Standard of Excellence. ' JgeaTA very fine quality of Oil, Needles and Attachments for all Machines kept in stock and Repairing done to order. Good second hand Machines for sale cheap. For sale by S.IMIASTIISGS, Booms and Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, Ohio. A PRIZE. tVnd Mil ! fur Wftmrr. ih) rtMS'lrr ttrr. ft rn rlv lni of giNiriii which will hrp fum io mum mwipy rmul war 7 mid. All, ot Hhr iHritj in nr tnur. Im brrsad rusul q foHunr utnt brfor th-' workrrt. nu anyimuir i in mim At mm mMitm, Tin t'. Ar $200,0001 nrnta ponu i i.i yn win kkm if art m wis. Start fnu n srork tr at will as oara Brian To axin.y fs.uirthaa anyttilncrlae la Anirlr, Ail abuut tM B.oui M arawDia lla aarh aii. A. a. a ant4 r.rywlMra. of altSrr ark, of all aavta. fur all tha tlaiM. or tpmr ilmr onlr, ta work tit as at Ihrlr nwn bomaa. tunnnr Inr all workrr. ahwtlulrly aMvrvaL Uon'laMa. Hatxirrt Co., I'vrllaiia, Ma. Ijrl 1885. New, Year! .' ! as Cloaks, Shawls and MALLORY, PRICE & CO. can do it. price, $3.00, now, $2.00 4.00, 5.00, 6.50, 8.00, 10.00, 3.00 3.75 5.00 7.00 8.50 M M LEADS them all! that tbe company Is now Iniroduclnjf. In its Mechanical. Construction 0 It has Aaa Tw Mad oilarrahla h laiUcrttlan, Cm.tl. hll..h s Vliallarr It a avaltlra cure. or sal Sr Wooatar Aoanu, t!!f SMtia'a CsTtaan Raaamr- aoalUra aara for raurrh, pipthrHa aa Caaker MoaUw for aala k WsoMarAidans. k J t workln(i ektaa. turn K au I fll I M "r """"aw. anf ara wM ai.ll sua trr, Wl WadV4 rsL ralaabia ai ar auipi. roas "Ml Pl o.llilhl war ot aisklaa ra sMmt t a fcw th.a rum im (aauht . alb a at anj kalnas. tiaoltal out raoalM4. Ws will start JO". Yon caa work all Uis til- or la raara tlma air. Thawwrk Uaaleialljr a4aift. w Ikiui via Icia"(anS old. Yaa aaa Hsllr aantfrua lu oi.nu uj Harartr aoaalai. That allwbowu.1 work ,i u,i Uis ha.kMaa s makr lhlaanDarallrolfr: tnul who ar ait Wrll i.Il.n wa will wna on. aollar to aao foe ttvs mtM twrltlat to m-., r.ll a.niofTra Slrarllona. ato., aoat troa. Portwaoa will a rnla b tbosa wao arl' ihlr whula tima to tua work tiraat sacrrM ogiJ Sara. loa'l !. Slart ow. Addraas Stiksui Co.. IHtrUaad. ataiaa.