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CLEVELAND, 0." j ' FN THIRTY-FIRST YEAK. (WELLINGTON, OHIO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1897. NO. 36 tri TTD T CTV Tl T"S -16 :i TkT IS our Chance ' f ' ... I - I .'. , ..'a . .To lay in a supply of shirts at less than cost of .. t . : ' production. All Dollar Percale Shirts, Collar and Cuffs attach . , ed, 75c. All Seventy-five cent Percale shirts, Collars and Cuffs attached, 50c. These goods are the very best , the market affords. They were bought in large quanti j 1 1 ties direct; from the makers and were excellent value at , ...... the orignal prices. The patterns are the very latest and ' ..... c the workmanship the best. Come while; the, assortment is good. See hem in our west window. Daugherty, Helman 7 Exclusive Our Goods Are Always Fresh "We do our best to cater to the tastes of our cus W. r-.f ' ,0.mr8 buying our goods. We buy only the best, and always try to sell never sell below cost; Sometimes merchants sell cost of a good one, but We want trade and expect to : give fair and ; honest treatment in return. Come and try us. . . ' WILDER & 11(8,(9 ' ; ' - v5'-r' I v. J kit. I v v , , The accompanying cut represents the only genuine V i i; You will observe that every genuine Round, Qok Stove has the name "Rouud Oak" on the legs. This stove is so well-known and deservedly popular that it needs no special comment from us to convince you of its superior merits when compared with any other make. We handle these stoves in all sizes" and our prices are as ---; HrH, fP . & Co. Clothiers. at a reasonable profit. We nor does any other store. an inferior article below the we don't do business that way. VINCENT. l.rii . AT BY? cheap aspoasible. psa n rw jgg. vrm PITTSFIELD. , Messrs J. Watklns. H. Barrett and Chas. Stone attended the G. A. R. re union In Buffalo last week. - ' j ' The Missionary society at C. B. Rowel's last Thursday was very well attended, and also the ice cream social in the even ing at the same place, about seventy-five being in attendance. A very enjoyable ime was had by all. ' Those from out of town were, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. W. Betts, Miss'Kirk and iMlss Perkins, of Oberlin. n -. . Mr. and Mrs. W. Pitts, of Oberlin. Vis ited friends in town last week. -Sv Mr. A. J, Wilson has stock at the state fair this week for exhibition. ' Arthur Shurburne and family have re turned from Kansas .where they have lived for several years. Thev will live with her father, Mr. Agustine Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, of Lorain, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8... D. Whitney. Jennie Archer, of MassiDon.. : is !"th guest of her grand-parents, Mr, and Mrs. , P. Whitney. The ladies of the M. E. church will give a "Green Tea" social at the parsonage Thursday evening, September 9th. All are cordiallv'invited. Messrs J. Pember, E. Sheldon and wives spent Sunday at R. Merriams. : Mrs. JS. E. Cole spent last Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. L. Chapman, of Hunt ington, assisting in preparing for the funeral services of Mrs. Chapman's mother. . LITCHFIELD, Miss Helen Smith has returned from her trip to California. Mrs. Anna Yeacley and little daughter Josephine, of Rye, N. Y.. are visitine her parents, Mr. and'Mrs. 8. Church.: Mr. Jas. Ilandyside. and familv. of Cleveland, were entertained at J. Handv side's, L. W. Starr's and I E. Halliday's last wees. Litchfield's T'tue-of-war" team still continues to possess the prize banner won at the Medina business men's Die nicof'96. A. E. Handvside caDtured the first prize in the fat man's race, ' and uan White was second in the cracker race. m The Ladies' Aid society met with Mis, E. R. Turner, Thursday afternoon. Miss Foekett, of St. Louis, Mo., favored the company by singing two fine selections, Miss Grace Halliday spent last week in Laurange. MissMargie Smith is , visiting in JSIyria. ROCHESTER. . r Mrs. Gott, of Wellington, was a visitor at the homes of Myrtle Nangle and Miss Dora Blair last week. Mr. and Mrs. Muliett, of Clinton, Iowa, are visiting relatives and friends of this place. Parties attending the National G. A. R. reunion at Buffalo, last week. were. IMr and Mrs. Samuel Call, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Collin, Mr. G. Hanley, Miss Edith Collin, Mr. A. W. Mitchell and Mr. : Anthony Shipman. Messrs W. E. Crandall and T, B. Gar rison attended the teacher's institute at Elyria last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Williams spent Sun day in Greenwich. ' Rev A. H. Lash and mother were vis itors in Clyde, 0., last week. ' About 8:00 o'clock Sunday evening lightning struck and set on fire a barn owned by S. H. Fay. The barn and con tents were entirely consumed. TheHarmonial society of theM. E. church will meet with Mrs. Peter Ostrander, Friday, September 3. All are cordially invited. HUNTINGTON. Miss Jennie and Ellen Bodv of Well ington, are visiting their friend Miss Ethel Gillett. Miss Grace Chapman of , Wellington. spent a few days the nast week with her uncle's family, T. D. Phelon's. The social given by the Ep worth League last Wednesday evenine. was a Buccess throughout, the proceeds were 110.00.. The little children deserve a word of praise, they did their part so well. Miss Lltta Phelon gave a party to her young friends at her home last Friday evening. There were abont twenty-five present. The spider web idea was car ried out. An elegant repast was served. AH report a grand good time. Rev. Ralyea and family have returned from their summer vacation. Mr. Samuel Barnes of Michigan called on his sister-in-law, Mrs. Lura Rogers, last Friday. A large number of our people spent the past week in Ashland attending the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rogers and Mirs Nora Long visitod In Nova, Sunday. Mrs. Asa Pratt and daughter of Well .ltfton, visited relatives in town last eek. diss Lou Ward has 'n un visitine in ? yrla uud Lui-.u iho, t&jt few Mr. A. J. Sage and daughter Ind, spent a day in Toledo recently. Mr. W. C. Chapman of Findlay. has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.! W. T. Chapman, the past week. Mrs. Miller of Akron, visited Mr. Wm. Sampson's family the past week. Mrs. Warren Wells of Wellington, spent Sunday with ber son, D. P. Wells. Miss Lucy Nimock has returned from Rocky River, where she has been most of the summer. Miss Florence Rood of Akron, is visit ing at D. P. Wells. Messrs. Albert Jones and Will Linin- ger who belong to the Ohio Militia, went to Steubenville, 0. last Monday, where they will go into camp with the rest of theO.N.G. Mrs. Wm. Smith and daughter Nettle, of Centerton, and Mrs. M. D. Smith and family of Ashland, visited M. R. Smith and wife, Sunday.- Mrs. Charles Chapman died, August 22 1897, at the home of her son, Mr. Luke Chapman.. TJie deceased was 83 years old. She Was a member of the Baptist church, and a good; faithful, christian woman. She leaves )o mourn her loss, three daughters and one son and a large number of grand-children. Funeral ser vices hold at the home, Tuesday, at ten o'clock, Rev.A. G;. Wall of Wellington, officiating. The communities sympathy is with the bereaved relatives. LA GRANGE. Mr. David Curtice has had another shock, and is very low. Ma. and Mrs. Culp of Brighton, and Mr. and Mrs. Richardson bpent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clark. Frank Roberts had his finger smashed in a thrashing machine last week. A temperance lecture was given at the M. E. Church, Sunday evening, to orgaa ize a temperance union among the young people. Little Olive Bertrude Rupp, died at her home in Cleveland. August 25. Age two months. Mr. and Mrs. James Clark were sudden ly called to Cleveland to attend the fun eral of their little grand-daughter. The remains were brought to La Grange for interment. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to express our sincere thanks, to the friends and neighbors, for the many expressions of sympathy and thoughtful and kindly assistance, ren dered in onr late' sorrow, also to Miss Lettie Souls, who so kindly remained with us through our great sorrow, Mr. and Mrs. F. Rupp. Mr. and Mrs. J. Clark. PENFIELD- Alexander M'Coy returns home from Ada this week.- Mrs. J ennle Adams of La Grange, is vis iting her parents. Mrs. Park of Royalton, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ferriman. Miss Stella Watson of Elyria, spent last week in town. Miss Adelaide Starr of Cleveland, has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Blanchard, were in town recently. Mrs. E. P. Hayes of Wellington, has been visiting in town. Mr. and Mrs. Ed.( Moore, were caJIed Seville last week to attend the funeral her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert of Wellington, were recent guests of her mother, Mrs. Cone. The entertainment given last week by some of the Wellington young people, was a perfect success, and those who at tended it, speak of it in the highest praise. The Ladies' Aid 8ociety of the M. E. church, will meet on Wednesday, at the home of Mrs. Erebs. $100 REWARD, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires constitutional treatment. Hall'a Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system .thereby des troying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith, in its mirative powers, that they offer one hundred dollars for any . case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Hall's Family Pills are the best. 8 fcoia cy all druggists, 75 cents. What Dr. A. E. Salter Sy Buffalo, N. Y. Genta personal knowledge, gained in observ ing the effect of your Bhiloh'a Cure In cases of advanced consumption. I am prepared to SOT it is thn mnnt. TwmArlf- able Ecmedy that has ever been orouKni no my attention. Tt ha ma I tainly saved manv from CmunimnMnn I 1 tn n. . m Home Do you realize that the home is the corner-stone of government? It is hen? that the plastic mind of youth is fashioned. Let the impressions your chil dren receive while they yet linger beneath the par ental youth, be of a nature to strengthen and beau tify character. The furnishings with which you embellish your homes, are important factors in the creation of moral sentiment. Probably no home is without a number of pieces of antiquated furniture, which an auction would prove that no one else wanted at any price. Pieces bought 20 years ago, tho' then in vogue, are today conspicuous for their crudeness an and unfit ness for sevice. The decay has been so gradual, that their increasing; unfitness has not been realived. Step into the show rooms of H. W. Bennett, at the Hoyt & Peters' block and you will find that you can afford to enliven and enrich your home with some fresh product of the furniture art. A little money will add many highest schools of modern design and perfect useful ness. Grateful wives and happy childred will re ward you for the outlay. My stock is complete and the prices as low as I can possibly make them. H. W. BENNETT. ROOF YOUR WITH XXXX White Cedar Shingles. Our Hemlock Shingles ictlt Clear. $3.00 PER SQUARE laid on roof will last your life-time. CLEAR BUTT CEDARS are next; good stock, too. Try them, We have 16-inch and 18-inch. H. 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