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WEDNESDAY. MAY 24, 1893,
'loired Shoes. "We are headquarters for them . "We have a very complete line in colors at bottom prices lor first class goods. The Blucher cut in high boots and Oxfords for ladies, misses and children. ' GENTLELEW A Hack Stress. You are not forgotten. We have Bluchers, Balls, and Cong, in tan, patent leather Cordovan and calf. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE GRADUAT ING CLASS. eirage, the Shoe WJ an. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Baseball. Dtcoratlou day, May 80. This It the week for planting corn. A full crop of dandelions this year. The forest trees appear in full dress. Very fine quality of fresh fish on the served." market this spring. Assessor Goodwin made his returns to the connty auditor Wednesday. Prices on wheat and oats are advancing a little. It is reported that John Binehower left .for the world's fair Saturday evening. Rev. A. W. Hayes, ot Buffalo, N. Y, will silver the address on decoration day. Train, on the Big Four and W. & L. E. ne the PKf .... I flwl inn raanhan Vior rut hor'a Clanm were delayed last week on account of higb water. PERSONAL MENTION. The Portland Oregonian of May 7 says: "A very pleasant surprise was tendered T. W. Russell on Friday evening at his residence, 893 First street,the occasion be ing the anniversary of his birthday. Games and music were indulged la until 11 o'clock, when a bounteous supper was Tommy was formerly an em ploye of Laundon, Wlndecker & Co., of this place. Mrs. Clara Seymour, of Tallmadge, known to many In Wellington, died May 14. Dr. and Mrs. Houghton went to Tall madge Friday before her death, remain remaining till Wednesday after. Rev. S. D. Uammell officiated at the funeral. Mr. A. W. Hayes, oi Buffalo, N. Y., A heavy gale of wind visited us Tues day morning and dislodged soma branches on the trees in the park. Rev. 8. D. Gammell, of Tallmadge, 0., has beea selected by the graduating class to deliver the baccalaureate sermon The requbllcan electors in precinct A will bold their caucus in the town hall; those in precinct B in the mayor's court room. .The tinner and carpenter bad numerous calls after the rain last week to repair roofs of buildings that bad been considered in good condition. The township paid $36,000 for a hall In which - to hold elections, and now the township is taxed $20 a year for.a place for a part of the electors to vote in. Paasenirers for the world's lair Cn leave here at 5 :80 a m. and arrive in Chi Cairo at 5:15 p. m., via the Big Four route, This train eoes by me way oi inuianapo " lis and makes the best time that is made between here and Chicago. Notice should be given the station agent the day before in order to be sure of having the train stopped. A New Industry. We are creillblv informed that a new Brooker, Thursday eveuing, twentyfour hours on the road. John Hackett, son of ez Marshal Hack- ett, has been appointed civil engineer of the Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley & Pitts burg railway. J. J, Thomas was sent to the slate con vention as delegate, at Hamilton, U., from Hamlin post, and Mrs. E. R. Btanard rep resented the W. R. C. Miss Edilh Dickson has returned from Germany. Miss Agnes Haskell, lyy Tow nf end, Tiny Hathaway and Fern Smith attended commencement exercises at Greenwich Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Lang.of Cleveland, spent Sunday in town. Messrs. C. W! Arner, J. P. Eldt and W. E. Peine and their wives have gone to Chicago. . Dr. Sheldon, of Norwalk, called Mon day morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bradner, of Cleve land, spent Sunday in town. Arthur FUk and friend, Mr. Sherwood, of Elyrla, spent Sunday In town. C. McDermott has purchased the W. R. Santley residence on Magyar street. George D. Seely is now engaged in Sal vation army work io LaGrange. Mrs. Carrie Wlnchel, of Monroe, Mich., industry will soon be planted in Ihls p ace lor me njanuiaviuro uu VJ ,Uo ur umbla oil burners. The company has al ready been formed by the following named poisons: E. E. Husted, F. W. Ben- nett sod G. L. Couch, of this place, and B. N. Hawee, of Norwalk. The castings and fixtures will be manufactured by the Wel lington Machine company and the office and store room will be in the J. H. locum building on Kail road street. The burner is designed to be used in all kinds of stoves and furnaces, and is fed by oil, which is converted into a con- bustlble ca as good as natural gas. The oil Is conveyed Into a generator where it is converted into a vapor. Thedeslun was patented in 1880 and has been in con. stant use ever since and is giving the best of satisfaction. The cost of fuel U about two thirds that of wood or coal and is free frum dust or smoke. We are assured by the gentlemen Inter ested that the business will soon be run nlng In order to supply the orders now on band. We wish them success In every particular. Chosen Friends. The members of the order celebrated Its seventh anniversary in this place Friday evening. W. E. Peirce read a paper on L. C. Wlnchel, of Prospect street, who lies very low Mrs. F. C. Williams, of Creston, O., wss in town Tuesday calling on friends. The Misses LuBclle and Caro Finch, daughters of L. E. Finch are spending their vacation with their grandma Finch. Mrs. D. B. II arris (nee Wilbur), returned to Passadena, Cal., Monday. Mrs. P. A Emerson is in Flndlay look ing after the interests of her new grand, son. Miss Gertrude Ludlow, of Fargo, N. D, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Metzger during the past week. F. W. Bennett left lor Chicago Tuesday, Mayor's Court. Affidavits were filed before Mayor Couch Saturday and Monday, charging Lewis Dibble, Bert Felt and Wilbur Bar rick with furnishing Intoxicating liquors to minors. Court convened Tuesday morning Hon. J. T. Haskell appeared for the state and J. U. Dickson for the defense. The case against Dibble waa first called. The testimony was not found sufficient and he was released. Felt's case was then called and the evidence closed at 4 o'clock, when his honor took the matter under advlse- Keep Their Graves Green. Memorial day, May 80, will be observed In the lollowing manner : All ex-soldlers and sons of veterans are cordially Invited to meet with the G, A. R. at their hall at 1 o'clock sharp, marcb to the opera bouse, and from there to the old cemetery, escort ed by the band. After the decoration of the graves, return to the opeia bouse and march from there to the new cemetery, where the graves will decorated by the members ot the G. A. R. on arriving at the cenotaph, which will be decorated by one of the schools selected for that pur pose, after which there will be a song by the school appropriate for the occcasion. Returning to the opera bouse the follow ing program will be carried out: Song by scholars selected from the schools; prayer; song by a quartet; address by Rev. Mr. Hayes, of Rochester, N. Y.; song by quar tet . E. R Stanard, Post Com'r. C. Saoe, Adjutant. Sons ot Veterans, 1 All members of camp No. 223 are here by ordered to report at G. A. R. hall on Sunday, May 28, at 10 o'clock and from there attend services ai the M. E. church. Also, on Tuesday, May 80, at 1 p. m., to assist In the ceremonies of the day. All sons of soldiers who are not mem bers of the order are Invited to join with us on both occasions. - Bert Kkafp, Capt. E. O. Furrow, O. S. Surprised. A few special friends of Mr. and Mrs. G. , Couch called In a body at their resi dence, on Saturday evening, to remind them that It wss the thirteenth anniver sary of their marriage. An elegant sup per was served from supplies ordered by the company. The colonel upon taking his seat at the head of tbe table, found let of solid silver spoons under his nap kin. ' It had s tendency to unnerve the bead of the family, nevertheless, when called upon for a speech, he delivered one in good shape, thanking the donors for the presents. . The balance ot the evening was spent in games and conversation. Tbe company departed just belore tbe new day was ushered in by standard time, leaving their victims to enjoy the balance of tbe night free from bold invaders. NOTES Olf TRAVEL. A Duerlptton of Soma or tho Scenes Be yond the Mlululppl. We passed through Oklahoma on the way here. .It is a grand strip, well watered and well timbered and has a splendid soil. Western Kansas is level as far as one can see. In Colorado the scen ery Is immense words can not express its magnlfllcence. We passed through tbe Black Canyon-it was grand to behold and tunnels dark as night. As we pas sed through Salt Lake City we caught sight oi the Mormon temple. The build ing is 233 feet long, 133 feet wide and 70 feet high ; and has a seating capacity of 12,000 and is regarded as tbe greatest acoustic accomplishment In the world. Its organ has but one rival In America. The corner stone of the temple was laid April 12, 1803. The total expenditures In construction np to present date amount to (3,500,000. It is 200 x 100 feet and the 1 walls are 100 feet high". The middle tow- era on either end will be 200 feet hlch. It Is built entirely of granite. Dimensions of building 120 x 88 feet; seating capacity 2300; coat $150,000. It is situated in Temple square. Every woman owns a black dress at least every woman should own one and its purchase is often the oc casion of sundry little excursions, firs't to one store, then to another, before the precious fabric and its varied acces sories are chosen.' We invite feminine taste And jndgment To examine our Hne3 Of Black Goods; Whether a purchase, Or simply a friendly call Is the object. the history of tbe order, R. N. Goodwin on fraternities, Mrs. J. T. Gardner "Our men, un( monag it 8 0docki when Order ue Best une," alter wnicn a noun- h . d . t300 jj, to 4DDetr tlful repast was served by tie ladies. The orchestra from tbe M. E. choir was pres ent and discoursed some flue music. The order has a membership of ifty and is In I a very flourishing condition. The by-laws provide that In case of total disability the before tbe court of common pleas. Bar rick's case will be beard Thursday after noon, Society Meeting, There will be a meeting of the mem policy holder draws one-half tbe amount bers of the society of the First Congrega of the policy. The assessments being tlonal church of Wellington, on Wednes- graded according to tbe age, no person day, May 81, at 7 :80 p.m., to consider the can Join and become a beneficiary after question oi calling Rev. Arthur Bkeeleas flftytour years of age. Alter a person pastor of said church. A full attendance reaches the age of seventy five years his u desired. 4 Wm.Vischbr, policy matures and the1 amount is drawn. Toere appears to be many good points In this order to benefit tbe policy holder that are not adopted by other similar societies. 'The order baa been organized here for seven years and no deaths have occurred among its members. . One Indemnity of $500 was paid to W. F. Sawtelle. Hood's Caret. In saying that Hood's 8arsaparllls cures Ha nroDrletora maae no Idle or extrava gant claim. Statements from thousand of reliable people of what Hood's Barsa narllla has done for them, conclusively proves the fact Hood's Sarsaparills cures. 8. K. Laundon, J. O. Johnson, ' Trustees, For Prosecuting Attorney. The many republican friends of Chas. A. Metcalf, of Elyrla, will present his name before tbe coming county conven Hon for the above named office. Mr. Met. calf 6 as assisted In tbs prosecution of nearly every criminal case In the county for live years, and haa bad much expert ence In criminal work. : '" Mart Rwublicajis, , ,, ' - Bather Ktecp i ' Than lika In anv othw form ! whit HoodVTifls set especially upon the ltv-1 manv Deoole think, and Park's tea is ft. rousint it from torpidity to Its natural I made lor lust such folks. It cares oonsU- itutles, cure constipation and assist dlges-l nation and, though not a cathartic, moves Hon. i tbe Doweis every asy. iwi See our window. Church Notes. METHODIST. Union memorial services will be held in the Methodist church Sunday, May 28, at 10 a. m., standard time. Sermon by Rev, E. T. Uagerman. Rev. A. W. Rupert, of Baldwin univers ity, Berea, preached last Sunday, evening, la tbe absence of the pastor who preached to tbe graduating class of West Salem higb school. coNonauTiONAL. Rev. A. F. Steele filled tbe pulpit morn. ing and evening, large and attentive audi, encea being present at botn meetings. The church will vote on the question of extending blm a call at the regular Thurs day evening meeting. There will be no services next Sunday morning or evening. Notice. Tbe members of Mrs. F. W. Bennett Sanday-school class will o&cr for sale, at tbe America House sample room, home made bread, ctkes, coookies fruits, can dles, etc., on Saturday evening, May 27, from 6:30 to 7:80, tbe proceeds to be sp iled on .the contributions for children' day. School Hours Burned. Elyrla met with a heavy loss by firs early Sunday morning, when the large high school building was destroyed with Its entire contents. Tbe Are is supposed to have been caused by a defective flue, as one ot tbe chimneys burned out during tbe day. Loss $30,000, Insurance 112,000. All the records of the county examining board, and the only complete list of grad. nates of the school were burned, besides the school library and aparatus and Prof. H. M. Parker's books and papers. Cleve land Press, May 22. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, As mercury will surely destroy the sense ol smell and completely derange tbe whole system when entering It throu the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on perscrlp. tlons from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the good you csn possibly derive from them Hall's catarrh cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney ft Co., Toledo, JJ- contains no mercury and la taken Internally, acting uirecuv upon nie uiooa ana mucous su faces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh cure, be sure yon get the genuine. It la taken Internally and made In Todedo, Ohio, by F.J. Cheney Co. Testimonials tree. Sold by druggists price 75 eta. per bottle. You will find, not only the fabric for the gown, but also the necessary adjuncts which go to make up an effect- Through Nevada we passthrough snow :v wV,nlp rvivfi nlpnsnrp. tn thft wpnrpr. nnrl to tho rpIW sheds for miles and miles. As we neared I Sacramento we saw trees in bloom March the Satisfaction of having given to his Customer ail honest io, ami orange trees wun meir goiaen l frmt. article at a proper price. in nortbern (Jalilornla the train stopped Ave minutes at the ML Shasta Soda prlngs. One spring spurted SO feet In theal(. We crossed the Columbia river In the cars on a steam ferry and reached Montesano March 10. We have hod quite a good deal of rain since we arrived, but have had some nice warm weather. The spring is quite back ward, Montesano is the chief city of Chebalis county and tbe key to Gray's Harbor. It is on the pure, beautiful Chebalis river at the bead of tide navigation. It is the cen ter of the best agricultural as well as one of tbe best timbered countries west ot the Cascades. No town in western Washing ton i surrounded by more beautiful tarmsor rural Homes, ibeown was platted in 1881. It has grown without a boom and has a population nf wlmut 2C00 active, Intelligent people ; with academy, schools, chuiches, hotels, banks, factories, sbops and business bonnes that would be a credit to older towns In the east N. J. B. Montesano, Wash., May 15, ISO:). If you want To buy J. S. (UlALLORY & CO A Generous Offer, fhe Cleveland World offers a $5."0 Sim piano, f 350 self-playing symphony org.in, 'J0 gold watch, $85 parlor set, $00 dia mond ring, $15 opera glass and a round trip ticket to Chicago and $25 In money WRfl. RININGER, Headquarters for New Spring and Summer Dry Goods DRESS GOODS: Latest and best styles. None can beat our prices. for expenses, to the seven most popular U i)crs0nal inspection will convince you of what we say. most voles to have her choice nf the prizes, the one standing next hiabeat will have her second choice, and sc on. "Busi ness women" includes every woman em ployed in a clerical capacity In any store, office, shop or factory, such as saleswomen, bookkeepers, cashiers, shorthand writers, typewriters, etc. It costs nothing to enter this contest. All the contestant has to do Is to get ber friends to save their copies of the World for ber, clip out the coupons and send tbem in once a week. Anybody cau vote, and a good deal of interest is be ing taken in the contest in various places. Unclaimed Letters. Tbe following letters remained uncalled for at the poatofflce In Wellington, May 22: H. M. Lockward, Miss Ophelia Lewis, J. M.Stewart, Winfleld S. Tuell. . E. Hcbtkd, P. M. Low Rates to the World's Fair. BIO. FOUR ROUTS. Commencing April 25, the World's Fair Excursion Tickets to Chicago will be on sale at all ticket offices of the Big Four route. Liberal reductions In fare will be made and sale of tickets will continue daily until October 80, inclusive. Return coupons will be good until November 5. Remember the Big Four route is the only line landing passengers directly at the en. trance gate to tbe exposition grounds.avoid. Ing the disagreeable transfer across the crowded city via other lines. Ladles and children will And the advantages of ths Big Four route specially adapted to their wants, and very body should be sure their tickets read via the Big Four route. The local agent oi the Big Four route will be able to furnish you valuable Information regarding the trip and also as to aocommo datlons In Chicago. It will be to your ad vantage to see bim before completing ar rangements for your trip. Call on or ad dress Win. H. Fisher, agent Big Four route, Wellington, O. TwentyoM New Process Vapor Stoves sold this spring by W. E. Peirce. Good Standard Prints 5 c. per yd. STRANGE BUT TRUE! Is the fact that the only place in the city that you can buy the latest spring styles in fine footwear is at our store. We can furnish the Gents With a fine pair of Patent Leathers, Russets or French Calf: lace and congress. For the Ladies s "We have the latest hand turned city common sense and opera patent tip. Also, a fine picca- dilly blucher that is a dandy; and our stock of russets for misses' and children's wear is complete. All goods guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction.