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Is ,," ' ... ... s CIEVELAND, 0. Jt,I XBRPRISR WELLINGTON. OfilO, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1896. 1 V 7(1 VYY CORRESPONDENCE. Notice NEWS ITEMS FROM OUR NEIGH BORING TOWNS. a i g The 'fine' goods we keep and-the low prices at which we sell make misrepresentation un n ii j i-i, -.r ,m1i folV in i necessary, see tnem auu mcy 1 you of honest worth, good values and low prices in better and more convincing language than all the words in the dictionary. They will bear inspection like a clear conscience and satisfy the buyer as good deeds comfort Tin r?nrlit.fmiS Underwear 25c to $1.50 per All-wool suits $5 to $10. garment. Working pants 50c to $1.50, . . .. 1 - L 1 J Child's suits, perfect fitting elastic waist uauua Work shirts 25c to $1.50. double seat and knees, 1.50 to $3.50. Daugherty, ESelman Go. JExclusivc Clothiers. All About the Recent Happening and Event of Special Interest to Head ers of tlie KnturprUe, Claimed by Its Corps of Reporters. SPENCER. September 21.School began. Mon day morning, September 13, with an un usual large attendance. The high room with Mr. Martin as teacher, has an en rollment of twenty-eight, the inter mediate, under Miss Wideman, thirty four and the primary, under Miss Free man, twenty-seven. The principal for this year is a very competent and exper ienced teacher. The board phould cer tainly be complimented en their judg ment in securing as good a superintend ent. Quarterly meeting at the Baptist ehurch closed Sunday evening with exer cises by the Christian Endeavor. Quite a good many people attended from Roch ester and Kipton. Clias. E. Miller left for Berea, Tuesday where he expects to attend school. Mrs. Seth Miller, of Savannah, was seen in our town the past week. On account of the inclemency of the weather the ice cream social, which was to have been held Saturday night by the Christian Endeaver society at the home of Miss Emma Coleman, was put oil un til weather DroDhets send us better which we hope will be soon. Mr. and Mrs. Denier, of Mansfield, are visiting at A. T. Van's. . . Mrs. Spencer, of Oberlin, has been vlsitincr at Mr. Oakley's the past two weeks. Saruuel Marsh Bnd Miss Bee Rico, who have been on the sick list, are improv ing. Miss Emma Coleman has been called to Medina by the sickness of her aunt. Rev. Ball preached his farewell sermon Sunday. May success attend him to his new home in West Salem. ROCHESTER September 21. Dr. Dignan'a father, of Fairfield, was in town last week. Mrs. Bishop, of Cleveland, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Ashcraft of this place. The Ilurmonial Society of the M. E. Church moot with Mrs. Mary Sturrow, Friday, Octobers. All are cordially in vited. ' The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist Church meet with Mrs. Addle Ledyard, Thursday, October 8. All are cordially nvlted. y , Dora Blair has rented the Switzer house and intends moving soon. Little Twnmy Humphry, of Cleveland. visiting his grandmother, Mrs. C. Hum phry. - , A cantata,- "The Two Ways," will be given at the M. E. church Saturday even ing September 26, for the benefit of the E. society. Admission ten cerita, Mrs.' Seagers new house is nearly com pleted. 11 When finished will be tho finest residence In Rochester. Mr. Whiteley. of Massachusetts, was visiting at L. Johnson's and Win. Cran- dall's laat week. Sunday morning Miss Jessie Ward and Mr. D, Day repaired to the parsonage at Brighton and were quietely married by Rev. Mayer. Returning, a wed ding breakfast was awaiting them at their home which was partaken of by their immediate friends. They took the afternoon train, midst showers of rice, for Berea, where their home was in read Iness for theni wishing them a happy pathway on life's Journey, Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report II C7 1 vm ft BAKER'S CROSSING. September 21. Mrs. Richardson of We are Candidates Not for office "but for Trade OUR PLATFORM IS GOOD VALUES AT LOW PRICES. We want sound money for our goods but not enough to change the financial policy of the country. Gold, Silver or Paper Will Do. DR.J.W. HOUGHTON. Druggist and Bookseller. PRATT & IIERRICK, flour and feed store. Free delivery to all parts of the TRAVELERS' REGISTER corporation-Railroad9treet- TTARRY L. KING, Dentist, Otterbacher BIG FOUR. - -D- block. Assisted on Thursdays by , m -21. 1896. Standard tluieT" by Dr. C. T. King, of New London. (12 niilKO wBT. OOINO SAST N. ffi ...... 2:&iP- No.28 6:06 a;m p E SUTLIFF, dealer in coal-anthra- " Ti 5;W V, .fill .. J cite, Massillon, Jackson, etc. Terms -fl ; i'oiio .m " 6 '.'.'.I:'. Stf p.m cash. Office West Liberty street. Tele- a 8:55 " "2 6:28 eohone 48. 51 loo ft 11 :00 " "62 loc ft 2:35 p m ePnone 0' ; "Kos. S, 26, 52, 27 , 61. dally o except n SAGE & CO.,insurance agents. Fire, Sunday. Nos. . 24. S5 , 37 . 28, 86, dally. j, lie accident and tornado. Repre- Ko, 25. Sunday only. gent begt pae, in the United States. W & ! E. Wadsworth block. lBeltBctDeo.8.195. Btandara ttme. R FRANK GREGG, Mallory Block. Oo1.k e' 4.Xam-il -ol Em" ' 0ffice hour 8 t0 10 -t 1 to 8 and 'v l Uil"rdaPi!,: 7 to 9 p. m. Residence on Forest avenue. B. & O. -p N. GOODWIN, insurance agent and "iasthound trains leave Nova at 12:01 p. notary public. Deeds, wills, con- id and t:41 a. m. Leave Siilllvan at I2:u tracts, etc., written neatly and legally. jTin. and t4:49 a. "J-.j o"1 at 12:30 p Over Serage's shoe store. "frestbound'traini'leave Nova at 2:22 B, m"and r3:: a. m. Leave fuUlyan at 2:18 VANAT0R. Notary Public. Deeds, TAT B- Mortgages, Lease, ContracU Etc' Dally. tStop on iljnal only. neatly drawn at reasonable rates. Collec- ' " tione and the execution of pension vouch- NortllBril OlliO. 813 we specialties. Crosier Block, Well- ington, O. Trains doing west leave Spencer, Oj, at ' i ; iiMM'i m?9 ViWp'-' n L. BLINN, attorney-at-law and no- Trains KolngeiSt leave Spencer, O.. at VI tary public, will attend to all legal LSWftD0, Ss!p.Km:7:28la.Pn, busines7in Lorain, Medina, Ashland, and ' Huron counties and elsewhere, that may DENTISTRY. A; T. Haiel, Dentist, be entrusted to him. Prompt attention Office in Harvey Block, Welling- given to collections. Contracts, deeds, mort ton.Ohio. 48 gages, etc., legally and neatly drawn. Office over Goodrich's clothing store, west I? H. PERKINS, attorney and coun- gide public square. ! selor-at-law. Office over Crabtree's market, West Main street. "" ' . liver and kidney a,' turea constipation anfl elck headache. 26 all "Irulsts Lodi, and Mrs. Triplett and daughter, of Shelby, visited at 8ylvanus Kelsey's recently. Miss Esta Bolce, of Gallon, Is a guest at W. A. Peets. Lena Knapp has returned home after a short visit In Cleveland and Loill. S. 8. Bolce and wife ;pent last week with friends in Wellington. Mrs. Earnest Butson and daughters, of Elyria, spent Sunday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Murray. Miss Nelire Murrey returned to Elyria with Ihem Wednesday evening. f There was a dance at C. Kelsey.s Wed nesday evening. Some people say girls were scarce. F. A. Waldeck, of Akron, spent Wed nesday night at E. D. Baker' rf. Miss Whitney, who has lieen at D. I. Beckley's for the past two weeks.returnwl to Cleveland, Thursday. Mr. Bush and Miss Opfer. of Elyria, were sruests of Miss Chloe Beckley, over Sunday, There was a corn cutting bee at E. L, Wilcox's, Wednesday. Bert McClellan and family, of Well ington, were at M. Andrew's, Friday. Miss Wilcox, of Wellington, visited friends over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Switzer, Mrs. Hess, Mr. and Miss IIbbs. of Polk, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Knapp, Snnday. ' Emery Knapp and wife spent the Bun- day in Lodi. Miss Laueherr. of Ashland, is at H. O, Beckley's. Mrs. Kelsey and Mrs. Laborie have re turned from an extended visit in Pen- fleld. ' " O. A. Bolce and wife and little daught er were with friends Sunday. BRIGHTON. September 22. James' Whipple was born March 10, 1811, in Pomfret, Windham county. Conn. He came with his parents in 1815 to Westmoreland, Oneida county, N. Y., where his parents died. In May, 1833, lie came to Brighton, Lorain county, 0., having previously purchased 100 acres of land known Loomis' farm. This farm he afterwards increased to 20ft acres. On November 14, 1839, he was united in marriage with Miss Mellnda Dunbar, who was born September 6. 1819. at Landy, Rensselar county. N. Y. Of their four children, two survive him; Jefferson, a merchant here and Manette, who has always lived at home, lie was a most honored and esteemed citizen. He was .known both far and wJ.b as a wan of great integrity. He (imparted this life September 15. Edward Dantworth, of Springfield, O., has bem visiting friends and relatives here for a few Jays. . Many of our townspeople and almost all of the McKinley Club attended the grand rally at Wellington last night, all being much pleased with the npeech of Hon. W. S. Kerr, of Mansfield. It is expected that there will be a sil ver plated speech here Friday night and a gold speech Saturday night. Come and lisltm. . HUNTINGTON. September 21. On last Friday even ing tho members of Mr. McCaskey's Sun day school class, including a number of young people of the church, called at the parsonage, where they spent a very Dlea3ant evening. Just before the com pany left, Harry Pratt, a member of the class, in a neat speech presented both Rev. and Mrs. McCasky a beautiful souve nir, a substantial token of their love and esteem.. The pastor and his wife in the reply expressed their hearty thank3 for their generous gift and grateful remem brance. The call will long be remem bered. C. H. Cousins, one of Huntington's farmers on Monday last, put 145 shocks of corn, commencing ten minutes aftur six in the morning and finishing at the same timo in the evening. Who can beat it? Let us hear from others. Elder dough, from near Savannah, preached in the Baptist church Sunday. Deacon E. West attended the Methodist church last Sunday. Arthur Mse, Arthur Cole and George McQuate are working on the new reser voir in Norwalk. Some of Horatio Norton's frlonds sur prised him by taking dinner with him on his eightieth birthday. Will Watt, of Greensburough, Penn., was calling on friends n town las) SULLIVAN. September 21. School Is running smoothly with four rooms and one hund red pupils, The old corps of teachers is retained with the addition of Grace Johnson, who teaches the B. grammar department. The McKinley Club Is going to Well ington tonight en masse to hear Kerr. 8. E. Harvnot has returned to Waah- ington, Pa., to resume his studies. Chas. and Arthur Hyde are attending Hiram College. James Slsson and Alanson Chaffee are sick with typhoid fever. Tod Carver's new house is" nearing completion. , C. B. Couch Is bulkllug arouse on his farm south of town. Workmen are laying the foundation W. Main PITTSrlELD. Septemrer 22. The annual meeting of the W.C. T. U. was held at the Congre gational chureli last Wednesday. The following nfllcers were elected: Pres ident, Francis Young; first vice pres- ldi-iit, Mrs. C. F. Avery; second vice pres ident, Mrs. Bentley; secretary, Mrs. M. West; treasurer, Mrs. Beichels. The ice cream social at Grant Pitts was well attended, and a: pleasant time was had. . Messrs. Frank and Charles Sheffield and wives, spent Friday and Saturday In Medina visiting friends. Mrs. E. Campbell and son Bert Norris are spending sometime in Green Springs. Pitt Campbell is attending the Toledo fair this week with his flock of sheep H. Betts attended the Berea fair last week with his herd of Ayrshlres and this week he Is attending the -Sandusky fair. Mr. R. Merrlam and wife and Myrtle 8heldon spent Sunday in North Amherst, The Missionary Society at Mrs. Hines last Thursday was well attended. Rev. Kneale preached his last sermon Sunday evening. He expects an ap pointment at the .coming conference. On account of poor health he retired from the regular work two years ago, He has been the supply at this place ever since. His health is so much better that he has decided to take up the work again. He and his wife will be greatly missed In the chnrch. The best wishes or all will go with them where ever they go, The ladles of the M. E. Church will give a Chicken pie supper and entertain ment at the town hall next Tuesday evening. week. Miss NoraJLnng is at home on a visit and her sister Rose Is In Wellington. The pupils of Mrs. J. B. Pratt gavo a piano recital one evening last week, which was very enjoyable. T. 14 Phelon has improved the looks of his home very much by raising and en larging his barn. Mrs. Charles Burrell has been spending a week at his father's. Mr. Burrell came and spent Sunday and she returned with him to their home in Cleveland. Mrs. Lottie Shunk spent Sunday at her sister, Mrs. El wood Russells. . Mrs. Edson Clark is on the sick list . ' Rev. R. McCasky on last 8unday morn ing was greeted by a large and attentive congregation. The sermon was appro priate to the occasion, being the last one tor the present conference year and from these words, "Gather up the fragments that remain that nothing be lost." The installation of the officers of the Senior and Junior Leagues for the coming yoar were installed In the evening. The following are the senior league: Harry Pratt, president; Ruth Haskins, 1st presldent;Ethel Glllett, 2d vice president; Lena Dlrlam, 3d vice president; Btwie Clark, 4th vice presi dent; Arthur Dlrlam, secretary; Joseph Haulkj treasurer. Junior League: Mrs. John Hockiusmith, superintendent; Miss Ada Dlrlam, president; Helen Flnkle, 1st vice president; Mattle Hull, 2d vice president; Mabel Smith, 3d vice presi dent; Keut Robinson, 4th vice president; Lltta Phelon, secretary; Ellen Dubach, treasurer; Alta Dlrlam, chorister. Ed. L. Young addresses the K. 0. T, M. next Tuesday evening at the town hall. Also several other speakers. All are cordially Invited to be present, espec ially surrounding tents and hives. PENFIEL September 22Fred Gott had a horse struck by lightning during the recent thunder storm. Chas. Palmer, and wife, of Akron, both of whom were raised here, have suffered a great loss. A little child was bom to them, upon which, doubtless great hopes were built, but his Heavenly Fathor recalled the gift as soon as given and set the delicate little blossom, too frail for earthly gardens, among his choic est gems in that beautiful city of jasper and gold that was not built with hands. On Friday last Mr. Palmer brought the tiny remnant of mortality back here to the old home whero it was placed in th vault uutil he could secure a suitable burial lot. Our townsmen are all very much in terested In politics just now and the re publican side has organized a McKinley and Hobart Club, which has grown ii. number until there is scarce a republi can outside its ranks. They manifest much enthusiasm and It is to be hoped that each and everyone will put forth great efforts to help on the election ol KcKinloy the best man tho party has hat', up for office for many years. Lorain county turned out a big delega tion to call on Major McKinley at his homo In Canton, and Penfield, Bmall though it be, turned out as many patri otic admirers and supporters as many of our brave old soldier hero, as many of the larger places. Almost every republi can in town turned out to honor the many whom these grinning soreheads bate like poison. The Ladles' Aid Society of the M. E. Church held a conumdrum social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Krebs on Wednesday night last week. It was quite entertaining having several new features about it, chief among which was the conundrum supper. The ladies having printed menu cards, on which the eatables were named In form of conum- (irums and while a good gnesser would secure a good supper, a poor one might fail to get one thing that be liked or wanted. It was quite amusing and each had the choice of eix dishes for ten cents. Many failed to guess them and got left. Here is one or two of the ex tracts from the bill of fare: Woman's weapon pickled tongue. Cure for ach-, lng tooth pullet. What does the win ner takfl enkn. . A vnnncr man's noma. j Q WHU v wwr heart honey. What ham needs eirirs. " " DB On Monday, Aron Auble was thrown out of a cart while driving and had his ankle severely sprained. Mrs. Wm. Buckinham visited at Jeff Morgan's on Saturday last. NEW LONDON. September 21. The Motter block is nearing completion. Cal Brlce has ordered placed a large number of men on the N. 0. R. R dace It In first class condition. There are twenty-five on the New London sec tion. Mr. Ells, of Peoria, 111., is visiting friends and relatives In New London So far there have been no bids for the New London electric light plant. Tap the Wellington plant. What do you say The insurance agent and Mr. v anEpps have adjusted the insurance on the grist mill recently burned, $11,000. Mr. Van Epps Is now very unsettled just what he will do. ue tnougnt nrst ne wouia bnild, but now it appears doubtful. re- Be Convlnt ed. Would not bring happiness to the person Buffering wttu uyspepHia, out uowi s Sarsaparilla har cured many thousands of cases of this disease. It tones the 9tomach, regulates the bowels and puts all the machinery of tho. system in good Grace Grisslnger is attending school working or. n Bm- for Frank Park's residence on street. ' Sunday school institute . at Disciple church Thursday and Friday, at Spencer. piness, My little son had suffered three months from kidnev and liver trouble and con- Btlnation. Liirhtninz Kidney and Liver Remedy relieved him immediately. I also used it wnn mucn oeneni. retor iesn- Hood's Pills net Hood's Sarsaparilla. 25 cents. . harmoniously with Cure all liver Ms. Special sale of bicycles at Wights. On receipt of ten cent, cash or stumps, a arenenmo Maniple will he mailed f the most popolnr rainr'h mid licy (ever cure (Ely sl'resni imimi Hiimei''m to nnmrn strate Its gffnt merit. Full size 50c. KfA HnOTIlETl?. 5 Warren St.. New York City. Catarrh caused dlfflmlty in speaking and to a crept extent loss of hearing. By the me of Ely s Cream Balm dropping of mucus has ceased, voice and hesring Aave greatly improved. J. W. Davidson, ht ty at Law, Aionmonin, in. CHEAP ! BRAN, PER T0N-$10. MIDDLINGS, PER TON-811. Wellington Milling Compaxv. Reunion. Sept. 21.-A limited report of the fourth reunion of the families Of RtMimnnito Hulls and Saxtons may not be without Interest to the many readers cf your pap er as it gathers its companies from your own auusurrounuing towns. As the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J Richmond, of Medina, was agreed udou as tho place of this year's meeting. All began to make due preparations for the coming events, all who enter Into these yearly gatherings understand that preperation is greatly needed, one that calls for the laying low of many a proud aign-neaneu leader of the feathered tribe to meet thelneeds found In the stomach of a company like this, for who can fath om their depths? I answer none that have not been right here. Well to return from the stomach of these guests, the morning of September 3, which found all astir in anticipation of a good time and although the morn ing of that day was not as promising as might have boen desired yet all kept moving undaunted by the forecast for underneath the best fronts of these part ies are iounu orave hearts to outride all minor obstacles, so an early hour found most of the forty gathered there ready for business. The wore as follows: From Wellington, the veteran of our companyJoseph e! Jones and wife; from Penfleld, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Witbeck ?and daughter, Mrs. Lucy M. Saxton, Mr, and Mrs. Fred . Dagueand little Bessie, Mr.. and Mrs. Geo, Jackson and daughter Mabel, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jones aud daughter Flor ence, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Richmond and daughter Mary; from Spencer, Mr. and ' Mrs. Elmer Burgman and son, from Penfleld, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burirman sons Freddie and Carl and daughter Tres- sie; Litchfield. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Bull, MlssPhebe M. Bradley, of Cloveland; Mi. and Mrs. Win. H. Johnson and Mrs. Cynthia A. Bradley, of LaGrango; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hlnman, of Talmadg. Mr. atid Mrs. Chas. Hull, from PenGeld.' Since the holding of these yearly gath erings, four years since, there hasbe,, (CON'TIXCED OH EIGHTS PAGE.)'.