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rn THIRTY-FIRST YEAR. WELLINGTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897. NO. 37 HE 1 1 School has Commanced. And most of the boys are in need of new Suits Suits that will wear! DAUGHERTY, HELMAN & COMPAMY. have a large stock of them in all sizes and will sell them ehean. Brinp; the bov in ,, T mt - v and we will fit him. CORRESPONDENCE. CAMDEN. The Free Baptist society held their quarterly meeting in their church here Saturday and S'mday. Delegates from Spencer and Rochester were in attendance. The Lorain County S. & S. will hold their annual reunion in thia place Sep tember 8. Bring your baskets. Jlrs. Lindsley and three children re turned to their home in Norwalk, Satur day, after spending two weeks with friends in town. Mrs. Charlotte Morgan is in Fairfield the guest of her friend, Miss Truxell. Mr. McCrady had a slight stroke of paralysis last Monday. Wm. Priner met with a painful acci dent one night List week. While bath ing his limbs with liniment it became ig nited and he was severely burned. Dr. Pomeroy dressed the wounds. Nathan Calkins was born in Stuben, N. Y., Auer. 25, 1819. He moved t3 Hunting ton when, the place was a wilderness and from there .removed to Camden in 18151 where he peaMiilly passed away .August 25, 1897. Soihlus the life of an honest, UDricht christian man. He leaves a widow, five sons and five grand chil dren to mourn his loss, besides a host of friends. Our Goods Are Always Fresh "We do our best to cater to the tastes of our cus tomers in buying our goods. We buy only the best, and always try to sell at a reasonable profit. We never sell below cost; nor doea any other store. Sometimes merchants, sell an inferior article below the cost of a good one, but we don't do business that way. We want trade and expect to , give fair and honest treatment in return. (Home and try us. WILDER & VINCENT. M. R, Green Wake fami- HUNTINGTON. . Mrs. Wm. Handley and children, of Wellington, visited her mother, Mrs. Lura Rogers and family the 'past week. Mr. West Smith, Mrs, Tobias, of Red Hawk; Miss Ida Mathew, of PolRjtMiBses Bertha Smith and Mary Shocking, of Findley, visited Mr. Henry Smith's fam ily last Sunday, August 29. Mr. A. D. Eglin and family, of Well ington, visited T. D. Phelon's family last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs W. H. Worthstimes, of Nova, and Mrs. Bert, of Pennsylvania, visited Mr. Long's family Sunday, The following ladies attended the con vention of the Foreign Missionary So ciety held at Elyria last Wednesday, Mrs. John Hockinsmith, Mrs. Geo. Hoi land, Mrs. L. E. Walker, Mrs. D. P, Wells, Mrs. Luke Chapman, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. J. B. Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin June, of wich and Mr. John Whittou, of man visited Milo and Wm. June's lies over Sunday. Miss Mary Sprague, of Wellington spent Sunday with Milton Haulk' family. Misses Eflie Mann and Treva Couch of Wellington, spent Sunday with their friend, Miss Litta Phelon. Mr. McClure and Mrs. Doane, of Cleve land, visited Mr. Carl Roger's family last Thursday. Miss Litta Phelon spent a few days in Sullivan with relatives last week. Mr. Edward Russell and family -spent last Saturday in Ashland, v Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Cummins and son of Rochester, spent the Sabbath iu town. Mr, and Mrs. Clifton Chapman, of Cleveland, are spending their vacation with his father Mr Mr. E. F. Chapman. Misses Kilgur and Myers, of Akron, are visiting Mr. John Fenwick's family. Mrs. John Hockensmith and children spent Sunday in Wellington. The junior league will give a social at theM.E. church parlors Friday even ing, September 17, to which everyone is invited. Lot us give the juniors a good crowd. . SULLIVAN. Married, September 5, 1897, at the res idence of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler D. Park, Miss Bertha L. Park of Sull ivan, to Mr. Mark A. Grissinger of Spencer, Rev. J. A. Findley, officiating. Miss Grace Grissinger of Spencer, was bridesmaid, and Mr. Earnest Hubler of New London, best man. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party and relatives and guests partook of the wed ding supper, after which they attended church. The bride carried a boquet of white Egyptian lilies presented by her great aunt Mrs. J. C. Palmer. Should the old adage. "Blessed be the bride on whom the sun doth shine," be of any value, then' this couple should be happy and prosperous. Congratulations came from all parts of the country. Mrs. D. S. Houseman lost a black satin cape lined with blue china silk, last Sun day while on the way to church. The one who picked it up will confer a great favor on the owner by returning it, or leaving it At J. B. McAdoo's store. Mr. Victor Streator came down from Oberlin on his wheel Saturday afternoon in an hour and thirty minutes. The most of our citizens went to Ash land Saturday to "see the elephant." Hon. Geo. L. Blime threshed 488. bushels o? wheat on his farm in Sullivan. 'art of it he sold at the highesi market price the balance he will hold for $1.00 per bushelf Mrs. Mary Long and daughters, Villa and Maud, return! to their name in Ak ron last Thursday. Miss Dora will remain witTr- her aunt, Mrs. Marie Dir laneuntil her health improves. Judson Burt met with a painful acci dent last Monday. While driving in the yard with a wood rack loaded with Z cords of wood, the wood slid out of the rack taking Jud with it. He struck the ground beneath the horses feet, and the wheel struck his arm, bruising it very badly. Had he been driving a fractious team, he would not have escaped so eas ily. But he called "Whoaf to his team and they "Whoaed," just as the wheel was going to commence dissecting him. School began Monday. No school in primary as usual, as Miss Swartz was sick. rn The accompanying cut represents the only genuine 0 ROCHESTER. Mark Humphrey and family of Cleve land, visited with hia mother, Mrs. C, Huni phryUst week. Mesdames Ease and Myer, of Licking countv, are visiting their mother, Mrs, R. Coats of thta place. Mrs. C. Briggs returned Monday of last week from Indianapolis, Ind., with her mother, Mrs. Graham Law. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crandall visited with relations in Wooster last week. Mrs. Geo. Yacum and two sons of Wil loughby, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Cropo, last week. Mrs. John Moore, of Topeka, Kan., is visiting with relatives and friends of this place. Dr. J. C. Dagnan visited with hia sister in Columbus last week. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. Annie Ket chnm, on the "Battles road," Thursday, September 9. All are cordially invited. Miss Presley of Wyckliffe is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ashcroft. Mrs. Bradley and son, Warren of Cleve land, visited at the home of Mrs. C. H. Felton last week. m n rn m frrK m jar sFIk jk"JM n SI Kin You will observe that every genuine Round Ook Stove i has the name "Rouud Oak" on the legs. This stove is so well-known and deservedly popular that it needs no special ,.nmnared with anv other make. , We handle these stovesin JT all sizes, and our prices are as cheap as possible. an w. LA GRANGE. Obituary. Died, at 6:56 West Madison Avenue, Cleveland, 0., August 26, 1887, Olive B. Rupp, aged two mouths and fifteen days; burial at LaGrange, 0., the day follow ing at 1:30 p. m. Little Olive was the only child of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Rupp, who reside in Cleveland. Mrs. Rupp came to LaGrange to visit with her mother when her child was four weeks old. The little one was taken ill while here and after four weeka of suffering without visible improvement the mother returned with the child to her home in Cleveland, where tshe died one week later. -The buiiul casket was profusely decorated with beautiful flowers and in their midst was laid a lovely wreath of ..... .... snow white mossoms; out lanvr, purer and sweeter thau tKey, was liie lovely flutter of ciiiV.hu.iJ tuhr.ly n-ijoainir in the long slwp of death. !!t,L pall L'.'.yi't:::; v; r. AiYir C'aulhld, Frank Forbes, fiuy and . Willie WevtOl. TilO nr; ;;:!l V.;m ei'nil'tl to the cnivo !iy '!;-' ?...iU:t. M .r Vm Imriul the bereaved parents departed fur their home in Ciuveiitiiu. They desire to express sincere thanks to all those who so kindly asoi.itj 'i V.xm. ia their great trouble. No baby ever rested In the soothing arms of (!l"IHl, mat Iiiiu loi'iiiHU more iwumift or sorrow, wiMi llslUlltt IliUhm breath, And no (mii.Tiil nvcr ull.'ituuod with more sympathy profound, Thiiii whs in the vliiiln of teardrop tbat eneiHspea uiose mourners round. , PEIROE Edncnto Your i;wfl .Yttli CaicareM. Cnncly CnthnrUc, euro cormUpatlon forever. lOo. 86c U C. 0. 0. taUt druggUU refund money. Hlxhop SIcCabe, of New York, on Dr. Jamen' Headache Powders. ''With regard to Dr. James' Headache Powders, I have no hesitation in com mending them to suffers from headache. They relieve pain speedily, and I have never known anyone to be harmed by their use. I have been a great Buffer from headache in my life, but have almost gotten rid of it by the constant use of hot water and fruit, and by doing without coffee. The Dr. James' Head ache Powders have, however, greatly re lievedmeat times, and I never allow mvselfto be without them, and have recommended them to others freely. C. C. McCABE." For sale by J. W. Houghton. What Dr. A.' E. Salter Say. Buffalo, N. Y.- Gents: From my personal knowledge, gained in observ ing the effect of your Shiloh's Cure In cases of advanced consumption. I am prepared to say it is the most remark nble Remedy that has ever been brought to my attention. It has cer tainly saved many from Consumption Sold by E. W. Adams. a Shiloh's Consumption Cure cures where others fail. . It is the leading Cough Cure, and no home should bo without it. Pleasant to take and foes riuht to the snot. So!2 by E. W. Adams. b For Constipation take Karl's Clover Root Tea, the great Blood Purifier, Cures Headache, Nervousness, Erup tions on the face, and makes the head clear as a bell. Sold by E. W. Adams, Comfort in the Home Desired by Everybody. Nothing lends a more comfortable and homelike l' appearance to a sitting room or bed room than a few easy rocking chairs scattered about in convenient places. I have a choice assortment of rockers at differ ent prices to suit a long or shrt purse, and the price vu ctiiu io iuw aa 10 tuuoistcub Willi JJUUU lUalciiUi and workmanship. For a limited time only, I will sell your choice from this stock of chairs at 10 per cent discount from the regular price. They are beauties ; come and see them. I also have a handsome line of Couches, Bed lounges and Lounges ; all at low prices. They will please you if you see them. H. W. BENNETT, Undertaker and Funeral Director, Successor to HOYT PETERS. ROOF YOUR BUILDINGS WITH OUK XXXX White Cedar Shingles. Our Hemlock Shingles Clear. $3.00 PER SQUARE laid on roof will last your life-time. CLEAR BUTT CEDARS are next; good stock, too. Try them, "We have 16-inch and 18-inch. ' " H. WADSWORTH & SON, Corner Prospect andBailroad St. Home Flour For Home Use Stop that Cough 1 Take warning. It may lead to Consumption. A 25o, bottle of Shiloh's Cure may save your life. Sold by E. W. Adams. d Who Dare Miss The Orrville Fair? Next weekSept. 14 to 17. A Special Train leaves on W. fe L. E. Thursday and Fri day mornings, returning leaves Orrville at 7:30 P. M. HALF FARE ON EVERY TRAIN ENTERING THE TOWN. Positively the best program for amusement ever offered at any fair. THE MOST DARING & SENSATIONAL FREE SPEC IAL ATTRACTIONS EVER SEEN. The Great Real Baby Show in the Infant's Casino. The Wonderful Nevada he who ascends a spiral tower in , " an iron ball. The Marvellous Bicketts The world's greatest acrialist. Wednesday, Bicycle Day The best races in Ohio this Vear. Thursday and Friday Fastest Trotting And Pacing Races ever on our grounds and for largest purses. Pools and Books sold. See the Oriental Dancing Girls and Kincaid's Novelty Show. . I Will t jiav, mew When in doutit wh.it to use for Nervous Lebiiity. Loss o l'ower, Impottncy.Atrophy.Varicoccie and other weaknesses, lrom any cause,, use Sesine Pills. Drains checked "uirl full viijor quickly resiorcd. T' Vf iMtnl, noh ithMm rculi r.l.llf. Mailtu(or$l.U0;6boxes$5.00. With, $3.00 onlcvs wc Rive a Kiiaraniee 10 nire or rrf unrt the money. AddTe1; PtAL KEDICINE CO.. Ucvekud; O.