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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 195.
A Fit for any Feet Narrow, Medium, Stout Toes for any Taste Pointed, Medium, Round, Square, Common Sense, with and without Tips the regular Vamped and Quartered. Foxed Shoes with Kid Tops; Ftiked Shoes with Cloth Tops; two shapes of foxing in each; best quality chrome-tanned kid in the uppers; white-oak sole leather in the soles and heelsj McKay sewed; specially prepared patented insole to make shoe flexible. We said how they should be made, having in mind comfort, style, service. Marked almost as if you had the fixing of prices $1.98 and $2.48. A dollar more on each pair would still be under nominal prices. $1.05 buys an elegant shoe, Pat. Tip, from bargain table. See them; try them; BUY THEM. ; LOCAL MISCELLANY. Easter, April 14. The women voted.' The farm and garden. It will soon bo Justice Bineliower. Not a voter was pulverized On election day. : EightjMne ladies voted here on Mon day. . ' . Read .Superintendent Kirmison's re port. The election is over. Let all shake hands. No .swords in use at present; all plow shares. No more regular elections until Tues day, Nov. 5. Mr. gardener, get your tools in shape for business. The lion and Iamb will now return to A weir quarters., . Some very fine maple syrup is being brought into town. The Wellington flouring mill is being run day and night. ' The milk wagons started upon a 240 day voyage, Monday. Wiiat can be done to create a business boom in Wellington. Secretary Harris is beginning to look after the coming fair. - Quite a number have exchanged resi dences within the past week. We print labels for maple syrup cans very cheap, and on short notice. The Wisconsin filled cheese has made bad work with the regular trade. 0. P. Chapman has been under the doctor's care for a number of days. The Big Four company is placing elec tric headlicrhts unnn Rome of its engines. u 4 - - o ; It is certainly in order now for the women to remove their lints at all indoor meetings. I - What will be done with the $35,000 ordered to be used to construct water works with? . Printed circulars flew thick and fast oathe streets Saturday night and Mon diy. morning. Tn, tninw.i,n t,.. , V. -.).. .i xiiu icji'ijuuiio taics jiutc ukvu itruuucu i 4... I - 1 l An a i io to j.ur uueuuess miuHt's ami $z ior pn ' vat residences. Thanks to A. H. Palmer, of North On tario, Cat., for an illustrated copy of the Ontario Record. Some of the judges at the recent elec tion don't speak very favorably of the Australian ballot. Hon. J. T. Haskell is now receiving numerous invitations from different parts of the state to speak upon the temper ance qnestlon. . John Howk has made an equal division of his real and personal estate between his two daughters, Mrs. H. 0. Barbor and Miss llattle Howk. The Oberlin News man is still penning editorials on the electric railway. This is the second annual affliction of the kind that has visited him. j faiuveiiug Limine aifuiueu uu utu opera house Thursday, Friday and Satur day evenings, last week, but failed to meet with financial success. Parties from Greenville, Pa., have writ Postmaster Arner that they expect to be here in a few days to consult with the business men, with the view of locating a manufactory here. On account of scarcity of hardwood logs, L. H. Wadsworth has ordered his mill at Greenwich to shut down for a time. Rnnpom Ppabodv is in chartre of the lumber business there. ; : ' P. J. Llnder loft for Oberlin, Monday, "where he expects, to make his future Iwmip. PlHnpns has heen the correspond ent of the Tlajn Dealer from this place for many years, nd occasionally penned some very picy articles, . , ur lniiAnf 4 Tin wtfft mimlnrn. nf W III. UUCwnt, IUU . OTllU .1UU4UU1U1, U Manda$ N. D., has been granted a new trial. . (Paneost robbed the bank at Me dina, "and is charged with poisoning his firBt .wife hore, and evaded the law; and he may yet escape justice in North Da kota. "" The'trial of Charles Geska, of Colum bia township, charged with murdering his step-father, William Gletzer, occupied the entire week in the common pleas ourt. Tho jury brought in a verdict of bK 'r in the second degree, late Satur dayVternoon. T. Doland and A. W. Griggs Berved as jurors in the case from Wellington. .. Complaint has been entered about dis turbance being made in the opera house, of late, which has been very annoying to the performers on the stage and to the audience. We do not like to speak of this, as such conduct is hardly in keeping with the high-toned morals of Wellington. Womeo J j It is to be hoped that the individuals who I have been over-rejoiced there on former occasions will try and bo more consider ate in the future; then there will be no , cause for compMnt. . Try the change, and see. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY. Miss llattie Howk, of Cincinnati, is spending the week in town. P. J. Linder and family have removed to Oberlin. Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Howe will remove to Lorain. W. J. Jones (colored) has gone to Co lumbus. Mrs. S. Nichols, of Norwalk, spent Sat urday in town. Hon. J. T. Haskell addressed the anti saloon congress in Cleveland, last week. '. Rev. E. T. Hagerman is attending the ministerial association in Elyria. Miss Ella Warren, of Oberlin, spent Sunday at home. R, L. French was in town over Sunday. Miss Sade Vischer spent Sunday in Cleveland. " Miss Edith Brink went to Pittsfleld. Monday, to commence her term of school Rev. C. E. Manchester, of Cleveland, spent Monday in town. Mrs. Shubael Smith is visiting her son in North Fairfield, 0.. OUR JUNIOR EXHIBITIONS. In behalf of the junior class and the teachers of our high school, we heartily thank tho public for tho splendid house with which they greeted our young peo ple last Friday evening, enabling us' to put to our high school bank, account a little over $80. The total receipts were $102.70. Having been asked by some how we spend this money, I have thought an itemized statement of how we had used the proceeds of tho two., exhibitions pre ceding our last one might be of interest to the public. Tho junior exhibition of 1893 netted the school $ii5.32 and that of 1804 $75.94, making atotalforthetwoof$171.36. Out of this fund we have purchased for Jhe exclusive benefit of the high school, dur ing the last two years, the following in ventory of supplies, apparatus, books, etc.. Books, for,H. S. library $25 08 Duplicator (copying) 6 00 Labratory fixtures 8 00 6-cell battery, box etc 5 01 Scientific American, 3 years 7 95 Public Opinion, 2 years 5 50 Telescope 25 00 2 International dictionaries 18 00 Electric bells, for high school.... 10 00 Electric dynamo 32 00 Bookcase 8 50 Chemical and physical apparatus, 18 05 Tolal 170 74 The last item includes glass retorts, arc lamp, incandescent lamp, hydrome ter, glass and rubber tubing, magnets etc., all of which are so indispensable to good work in chemistry and physics. The $80 Btill remaining to our credit will be spent in further enlarging our high school library and giving us more physical and chemical apparatus. Bespeaking the further patronage of the public when we have something good to bring before you, and assuring you that the proceeds will be judiciously spent for the benefit of our high school, the above report is respectfully submit ted. R. H. Kinnison, Supt. The Smallpox. Louis Barrick has fully recovered from the smallpox and is able to be about. His son, Martin, is now afflicted with the disease!, but in a very mild form. Health Officer Lang says he anticipates no fur ther "spread of the disease outside of the arrjick family. The parties Who were exposed and quarantined did not take the disease and are out on the streets again. Beware ot Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the dam age they will do is ten fold to the, good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. In-buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, ana made in Tole do, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co., testi monials free. , tirSold by druggists, price 75c. per bottle. - Dr. Price's Cream Faking Powder Awarded Cold Mtdal Midwinter Plr, San Frandwa. Shos SERAGF,, tle SCHOOL REPORT For the Winter Term or 1805 A Credita ble Showing. The following table gives by schools the total enrollment, per cent, of daily attendance and tardiness for the term be ginning January 2 and closing March 22. Total PerCt. enroll- daily Tardi- nient. attend, ness. High School 122 98.2 3 A Grammar ...... i') 98 . (i 0 B Grammar 45 00.7 4 C Grammar 3li 95.4 9 D Grammar. .... . 40 95.7 0 A Primary 47 9(5.4 3 B Primary... 43 90 0 CAD Primary, S. 54 97.2 0 C & D Primary, N. 45 95.2 5 477 9(5.0 24 The above report shows a good attend ance for the term, considering the pre vailing colds and grippe. The punctuality, as shown by only twenty-four cases of tardiness, is excel lent. Four of the schools closed the term with no tardiness during the twelve weeks. The final examinations showed that good work had been done in all the grades. A larger per cent, of first grade cards than for last term is alike creditable to teachers and pupils. The tuition fund for the term was $256.50, making $629.56 for the year thus far. This is more than was received all last year. The fall and winter terms of last year gave us but $412. The spring term has opened with a good attendance quite a number of new pupils being enrolled. This term is a very important one, as the last half is mostly taken up with re view work, and the regular attendance of every pupil is greatly desired. R. K. Kinnisox, Supt. :.,- BUSINESSTIOTES; J. P. Eidt wifl hereafter be associated with his. father in-law, John Roser, in the cheese business. Mr. M. I. Rowe, who has had an interest in the firm for the past three years has severed his con nection with the firm and will go to Lo rain. G. L. Blinn, attorney-at-law, has moved into the office occupied by the late J. H. Dickson. B. Pearce has leased the Nickel Plate restaurant, which is now open for tran sient custom and boarders. The building has been entirely refitted. E. H. Chandler, of Collins, Huron, Co., will occupy the Cottage Hotel for the coming year. CHURCH NOTES. The Congregational ladies will serve a supper in the M. E. chnreh on Friday evening, April 5, from 5 to 7 o'clock, for tho benefit of the choir. An excellent supper, and plenty of it, will be served for 15 cents. The plans and specifica tions of the new church will be exhibit ed. Everybody interested should turn out, and all are welcome. THE KINO'S DAUGHTERS' ENTERTAIN MENT. The circle of King's daughters had in tended giving an entertainment in the opera house the last of this month, but tho town having had so many home tal ent entertainments this winter it is thought best not to do this before fall. However, the financial affairs of the cir cle are so low it is necessary to take some way of replenishing the treasury. There fore, on Friday evening, April 12, the young ladies are to give an entertain ment, lunch and social gathering in the third floor room of the town hall. A very enjoyable programme will be propared,to begin promptly at 7:30, standard, admis sion being 15 cents. After this enter tainment a five-cent lunch will be served. together with other attractions,, suitable for young and old. The King's Daugh ters' circle being non-sectarian; we trust all churches will bo well represented, as it not only helps tho circle in its noble work, but affords an opportunity for a most enjoyable Bocial gathering For rurtner particulars, seo next week's En terprise. The Skill and Knowledge Essential to the production of the most perfect and popular laxative remedy known, have enabled the California Fig Syrup Co. to achieve a great success in the reputation of its remedy, Syrup of Figs, as it is conceded to be the univer sal Jaxative. For sale by all druggists. The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder so pure or so great in leav ening power as the Royal. Sroe Man. THE ELECTION. The Priipoitition to iHitue $15,000 Addi tional IlontU lit Defeated. The election nassed off verv ouietlv but with unusual activity. VTh'ere was considerable quiet work being done dur ing the day. The bond issue for water works in the corporation was the issue. and was fought hard by both parties. In the afternoon there was a little excite ment caused for members of the school board. The name of Miss Sarah I. Nich ols was substituted for J. S. Mallory, the regular nominee. ' The following is the result: corporation. For issue of additional bonds for water works, Ki; against, 174. A two-thirds vote was necessary to carry. FOR COUNXTLMEX. C. II. Horton, 391; Asa Pratt, 508; E. M. Vincent, 508; David Peters, 117. " SCHOOL BOARD. S. Windccker, 486; J. S. Mallory, 421; Sarah I. Nichols, 116. THE TOWNSHIP. There were 06 votes cast, therefore the regular ticket was elected. For super visors: District No. 1, 1. Wright, 9; Dis't No. 2, P. C. Clifford, 4; Dis't No. 3, H. Barber. 20; Dis't No. 4, F. Douglass, 10. There were thirty-five ballots thrown out on account of ' being improperly marked, and many other ballots that it was a difficult matter for the judges to decide upon. Eighty-one ladies came out and cast their ballots for members of the school board. A WOMAN'S EDITION. The Courier to be Iaxued by the I.adien In the Hands of a Competent Corps Sure to be a Grand Success Buy One Tor Yonr delf and Send One to Each or Your Friends. The woman's edition of the Courier, which is to be issued by the ladies of the Congregational Church at Easterns coin- Ling on W4LJrh-Uvrtisiflg- -fr.ee-ifl nearly full already. An energetic exec utive committee composed of Mrs. G. L. Couch, Mrs. F. W. Bennett, Mrs. S. S. Wilcox, Mrs. Erwin Adams, and Mrs. J. S. Mallory, has the paper in charge. The editorial appointments are as fol lows: Editor-in-chief, Mrs. W. Rl Wean; managing editor, Miss Edith Dickson; associate editors, Mrs. A. F. Skeele, Mrs. E. A. Horr, Mrs. G. H. Palmer, Miss 0. L. Warner; city editor, Mrs. C. W. Horr; assistant, Miss Alma Sprague. The services of numerous other ladies are engaged in different departments, and as contributors. The paper is to be double the usual size and entirely original. All commu nications in regard to advertising or sub scriptions should be addressed to Mrs. G. L. Couch. Advertised Letters. The following are the unclaimed let ters for the week ending April 1 : Mis. Ilulday Heyde. C. W. ARNER, P. M. MARRIED. BREYLEY FULLER. By the Rev.G. II. Nor ton. ut his residence. In I'enfleld, March Si. lS'.Vi, Mr. Lionel Iireyley and Miss Nettle A, Fuller; both of Spencer. 0. . COMMON PLEAS COURT. E. H. Hastings vs L. W. Richmond; money only. In the matter of James B. Vincent et nl. ; to vacate plat. Kennard Shoe Co. vs Albert Baird et al; money and equitable relief. J. M. Van Tilberg vs Henderson Pully and the C. L. & W. railroad; equitable relief. Martha J. Waite, administratrix of the estate of Dorastus Waite, deceased, vs G. W. Bobbins et al.; money and equita ble relief. , , a The Genuine Merit Of Hood's Sarsaparilla wins friends wherever it is fairly and honestly tried. To have perfect health, you must have pure blood, and the best way to lm!o pure blood is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, the best blood purifier and strength builder. It expels all taint of scrofula; salt rheum, and all other humors, and at the same time builds up the whole sys tem. , Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient. 25c. 1 jo wmj meirj sa9 tq 'naiptpQ PWt ""UA vijojoto oi Simp etp "win enraooq etp osbju joimo jo; feyio qt pt"0 q nqM The fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla, once fairly tried, becomes the favorite spring medicine, spenks volumes for its excel lence and merit. GRAND -OF- pin IN EVERY DEPARTMENT, Ttorsday, Friday, Satnriay, Marcii 14, 15, 16. Prints, Ginghams, Sateens, Dimities, Galatea Cloth, Silk Stripe Ginghams, Corean Silk Novelties, Swivel Silks, Wash Silks, Japanese Silks, Taffeta Silks, Henriettas. Crepons, The ladiea are especially invited to see our suits and skirts, as this is a new department for us, and many of them will not be duplicated. Eighty-seven different styles of capes and jackets, and no two alike after you ,'e,t above $3. JBSHiViaIIry& P. S Choice Hne of RUGS just received a little late, but we will more than make it up in LOW PRICES. SAWS. SAWS. WE WILL OFFER At a Very Low Price for a few days only. Call in and BENEDICT HARDWARE GO. SAWS. SAWS. You Will Surely Meed in your homes, this coming spring, something in the line of BOOTS &n& BHOEiS. Allow me to inform you that we are strictly "EST IT" with our i3ew Spring Stock, ranging in prices from $1.50 to $3.0.0, all first class goods and ; , The Latest Styles. Remember, we deem our First door west in ! mum oods Carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Chenille Curtains, Curtain Mulls, Dress Skirts, Ready-Made Suits, Capes, Jackets, Etc., Etc. SAWS. SAWS. 00 w CD CO look at them. GO SAWS. S1WS. it a pleasure to show goods. First Nat'l Bank.