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I HE 7CALS0lJ-;4 WELLINGTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. NO. 38 V THIKTY-FIRST YEAR. I v0 It I. 1 i CORRESPONDENCE. School has Commence And most of the boys are in need of new Suits Suits that will wear! DAUGHERTY, HELMAN & COMPANY, have a large stock of them in all sizes and will sell them cheap. Bring the boy in and we will fit him. Our Goods PITTSFIELD. Wednesday September lBt a very large gathering assembled in the Sheldon grove to attend a reunion and basket picnic ot the teachers and scholars of sub-district No. 5. The morning was spent In meeting old friends that had not met before for years. Eleven ot the old teachers and about 50 of the scholars over 35 years old. were present. . After dinner the following interesting pro- gram was carried out: Song, America; Prayer by Rev. Danes Welcome address F. Root; Response Chas Metcalf : Song by Uto Dudle; Recitation Mvrta Rogers; History of the school from 1844 to, to 1860 by Mrs. A. Lake, Mrs. Lake taught school in the old log house for $1.50 a week and. boarded around, Recitation, Loie Cole; History from 1860 to 1890, Fred Briggs; History from 1870 to 1880 Chas. .Metcalf ; His- tory from 1880 to 4897 by Frank Root: E. Goodrich who -held Sunday school there gave a short talk; Rev. Danes gave the closing address, he thought the old log school house discribed was the same old house that he went to school In In Michigan. After the song "God be with you till we meet again." Chas. White photographed about 50 of the old teach ers and scholars in a group. There we.e a good many present from Lorain, Elyria, LaGrange, Grafton, Oberlin, Wellington, New London, and some from out of the state, A very re markable feature was the attendance of so many of the old scholars. Geo. Probert stated that he taught school there thirty three years ago and out of forty-nine scholars thirty were present. It was an occasion long to be remembered by those who were closely connected with the dis trict. A good many letters were Bent by those who could not be there but a threat ened thunder storm prevented the read ing of them. - Edith Avery spent part of last week visiting friends in Oberlin. Mary Friend spent Sunday in Grafton with Mrs. Mary Weinle. .. Mr. and Mrs. R. Gibbons start this week, Tuesday, for the west, to be gone four weeks. They will visit his sister ra Taber, la., and her 'brother In 'Kansas Among our young people who are I teaching this fall are, Alice Bartholo mew, Gertrude WatU, Grace Branston, Amy Hart and Alex McCoy. Ernest Nichols was badly bitten a few days since, by his own dog, while trying to prevent it from fighting with another dog. As his dog was in good health, it is supposed that no serious harm will re sult from the bite. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Starr have returned to our town to live. . SO; City. ...t We do our best to cater to the tast9i0idur 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 eood one, but we don't do business that way. Oberlin, called on friends in town Sun- We want trade ana exDect to give iair anu nonesi treatment in return. CJome and try us. Airs, Jane Avery and Mrs. i.Knapp of Wellington visited Mrs. Carlos Avery last Friday. ' . ,. . Mrs. J. Hobbs spent last week 'in Elyria, with her son Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Root spent Satur day and Sunday in Lorain. Mr. Lowry and daughter Vileda, of HUNTINGTON. Miss Ida Eclin ot Cleveland, visited friends in town recently. Mrs. Gordon of Pittefleld. visited her parents Rev. and Mrs. Kneal recently. . Mrs. Calvin Sage and daughter oi Wellington visited Mr. L. Clark's family one day last week. . Mr, L. A. Walker is visiting in Michigan.; Messrs1 Theodore Dirlam and T. D. Phelon attended the Soldier's and Sail or's Reunion held at Klpton last Wed- ...... Mr. ani Mrs. David Hull and son Clatie, Mr;- and Mrs. Henry Smith and Mr. Theodore Dirlam attended the Sol dier's and Sailor's Reunion held at Nova last Thursday. ' Mr. M. D. Smith and family, of 'Ash land, spent a part of last week In town. The young people gave a surprise party for Harry Pratt at his home last Monday evening. All repori a good time, i 4 Miss Lou Ward has returned to her school in Lorain. Mrs. E.! Cook, of Spencer, spent a few days with T. D. Phelon's family. The members of the Junior league gave a surprise to their superintendent, Mrs. John Hockensmlth, at her home last Saturday afternoon. They left a very nice present in remembrance of the time. All report a very pleasant after noon. C , Mrs. J. B. Pratt gave a recital for her music scholars at her homo last Friday evening. Mr. and. Mrs. Mix. "of Atfiherst, visited MIlo June's family last week. Mr. -Will Olurpman, of. Wellington, vis ited his uncle's family, T .D. Phelon, Sunday. Our schools in ,each -district began last week with a stood crop of teachers. Mr. andrMfs. Lewis Meachum have re turned totueir home-in Elyria. Let J everyone remember- the Junior social next Friday evening, Sept. 17. Everybody invited. Give them a good crowd. ; " . CAMDEN. "Say, John, Hold on a min ute. "Well, What is it Have you seen that new kind of portable bath- Bennett's?" f. tub at "No Ihave'nt, what is it like? WILDER & VINCENT. V, - J - i ... "Well, sir. It's the most convenient and de sirable thing of its kind I have ever seen. It re sembles one of those folding beds, in construction. When closed it occupies a very small floor space, and makes, a very handsome piece of furniture, Open it, and you have a bath-tub complete in every, detail. It has a water heating attachment of its own, and can be made ready for a bath in a few minutes. Why! its the nicest and, cheapest thing out. Every Q home without a bath-room should have one of these tubs. I intend to have one, and" I advise you to get one, too." "Well, I will go and look at them". By-the-way! Who is this Mr. Bennett? 1 b Why he's the man who bought out Hoyt & Peters furniture store. Mr. Bennett is an under- taker and embalm sr also: he has -the finest Funeral car in this part of the country." ' " "Well, old man, I'll stop in on my way to dinner, and if those tubs are what you claim for them, I'll buy one and surprise Maiy with a pres ent. She has always wanted something bigger than a wash-bowl to bath in." "So long!" X -c JSame here!" .1' uL The accompanying cut represents the ta!y gcauiaa You will observe that every genuine Round Ook Stove l,na thfi name "Rouud Oak" on the lediV 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 cheap as possible. f For sale by EVERY '-.WOMAN 0lBtlMOMdiTCHlil,Bithl7,wtbUiiCBMdiiM. Only htralMt """" lyuMlAiugiikMMktawi, Uavut Ik bMhgtt . Dp- PccS'q Fcnnpoal Fills .Int. iiiMrirhfl., tMAM. KlMMI O, Cl.Tld, O. - - F. B. T8SOT, Druggis Mr. and Mrs. James Meredith, and Mr. and Mrs. James Twerrell attended the state fair at Columbus last week. Rev. Danes went to his former home in Michigan, Monday, accompanied by J. 8, Baldwin. Mrs. Hines, Mrs. H. Gillett, Mrs. Geo. Glllet, and Rev. Beichle and wife atten ded the Missionary convention in Elyria last Wednesday. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Jonh Osborne of Russia was brought to town for burial Monday. Mrs. Frilton and daughter Ella atten ded the funeral services of Mrs. B. Peck of Wellington last Thursday. The Benevolent society met last Wed nesday with Mrs. Polly Fisk with about forty in attendance. The Green Tea social given at theM.E. parsonage Thursday evening was a suc cess. About one hundred and fifty be ing present. Music by the Kipton band. A very enjoyable time was had by all. Mr. and Mrs. K. Merriam and Myrtle Sheldon started Saturday for a visit to Canada and the eastern states., . . ., Quite number attended the show, la Elyria. last Saturday. ' vlInMlUfsrnl!ijak(iv 4ft I'll. -.-..... Tnt,.,Jt.r..il .A&.V- . Vise Mabel Clctra, tJ C 3 Tlslting relatives tofti Miss Carrie Brown tietotflni la town. Miss Sade McCoy has returned from a visit in Cleveland. Mrs. John Tost is visiting her son In Oberlin. . . . Dr. J. W. Houghton and wife were gests of her brother last week. There is a little daughter at Eugene Craddock's. Frank Scoville preached in the M. E. church Sunday evening. A large number of our people went to Elyria, Saturday to take their children to the show. Ray Hastings, Carl Wilson and Mary Hayes are attending school In Welling ton. . '' There will be a literary and musical entertainment In the M. E. church, this week Friday night given by home talent. Admission 15 cents; children, 10 centa September 8th, was truly G. A. R. day in this place. A large number of old.com- rades assembled with their families In Chas. McCotters maple grove for their 20th annual., reunion. The forenoon was taken up with business. John Griss ta was chosen president and Phillip Richanthaler secretary. The program was carried out without a hitch. The music was furnished by the Perkins Band. The next annual meeting.wlll be held at Grafton, ROOF YOUR BUILDINGS WITH OUR XXXX White Cedar Shingles. Our Hemlock Shingles Clear. As E. 8. Ptentice, wife, and daughter $3.00 PER SQUARE laid on roof will last your life-time. a 1 rt J were returning irom a riae ouuuay evening along the street by the railroad a train came up facing them, Mr. Pren tice saw the horse was going to be afraid so got out of the buggy to keep it from turning around. The horse reared dan plunged, throwing Mr. Prentice down and the surry passed over him breaking two of his ribs and bruising him badlv. Mrs. Prentice succeeded In stopping . the horse with no further injury. George Williams, ot Holland, Bpent a part ot last week with his mother and brother. C Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Jordan a daughter. Septembers. Mrs. V. D. WiUard is quite 111. Clayton Williams Is taking a course in the Cberlin BMlnMsCollege. CLEAR BUTT CEDARS are next; good stock, too. Try them, We have 16-inch and 18-inch. H. WADSWORTH & SON, Corner Prospect andEailroad St. . Home Flour For Home Use Duke of Wellington Flour in in t-rvr is manufactured here and defies competition from any flour wherever made. rJZtt?ZZZZ2Z:i FOR SALE AT ALL FIRST-CLASS GROCER and la OtslU rTiiircf.'PJ U. f 'U tern v watermelon iZtS&xx&'tili erenlcg, September -,n.-V "f cJ tHAtoWriBlted her fcik last 'week. FLOUR MILLS. lWrSI,35.Bor:::lff: 1 .Clia regard W'Dr.'amBsV.EeadacliB, r-5ir, I have no hesitation n cpm-, ending them to Buffers from headache. Thry relieve pain speedlly.pd I bare 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 ot 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 lieved me at times, and I never allow myself to be without them, and have recommended them to others freely. ' C. C. McCABE." ' For sate by J. W. Houghton. Certainly you don't want to suffer with dyspepsia, costipatipn, sick head. acde, sallow skin and loss of apdetite. You hove never tried DeWitt's Little Earla Risers for these complaints or you would have beon cured. They are email pills but great regulators. J. W. Hough ton. r JtiorlndepGiident wp c; JCv WELLINGTON, OHIO. 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