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HE ;VELAND 0. . r WELLINGTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1897. THIRTY-FIKST YEAR. NO. 41 ir j na, I ' u a I a . h a D i n u t a i iiw IS- I El Hi 4 . i i : ' I i i it I I " . We are Ready CORRESPONDENCE S ' In garments PENFIELD. Eev. E. H. Warner moves to his new Autumn 18 here, and as USUal, Wellington's Lead-J appointment a Rocky Elver this week ana Kev. Jv, i. micer moves into me Methodist parsonage here. TheC. E. society will give a pie supper at tJlf. Henry Taylor's, Wed nesday night. . . "Wedding bells" will soon be heard. The Methodist Aid society will meet to elect officers for the coming year, Wednesday afternoon at the home . of Mrs. Collins. There will be a chicken pie supper at the Maccabee hall Thursday even ing. . - ' - J. H. Damon will attend the Attica fair, where his horse is entered for the races. ' There is a baby girl at Kev. Jacobs Rev. H. 8. Powell and wife have been visiting her parents. Miss Mary Sutliff was in town last week. Don Disbro is attending the Busi ness College at Oberlin. Miss Mary Hayes entertained a few of her classmates last week Wednesday night. An old-time supper served by candle light was one feature of the evening, and out-of-door play by the light of jack'-o-lanterns. ing Clothing Store is the first in tte field with the lar gest, the finest and the best collection of Clothing, Hats, Caps and Furnishings for Men, Boys and Children to be found in Lorain County. Buying in large quantities and for Spot Cash,' enables us to secure the best values 'in the market' at the Id west possible price. ; Mens' all Wool Sack Suits $5.00, $6.00, $7.60 and up. ; Mens' all Wool Frock Suits $10.00 $12.00,. $15.00 and $18.00. Boy'B all Wool Sack Suits $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 and up. Childs all Wool Suits double seam, double seat and knees. . Elastic Waist Bands, hold faBt buttons, 3 to 15 years $1.50 to . $5.00. . - . . ' .... Overcoats and Ulsters. this extensive department of- well-made will find a good assortment from which to make a selection. Overcoats, light. medium ,. " . - ' w ' you ex SULLIVAN. The Ladle's Aid society of the Chris tian -.hnrnh mot. wit.Vi Tisi A. fi-nr- or heavy weight, Black, Blue-back, Brown or Gray, $3.00 to ham last Wednesday. Although the $20.00: Heavy Storm Coats, all sizes and colors "just the Jg7nLb1r we TattendL f., . J 49A ftn . Mrs. Maggie Parks and Mrs. Long ,uBxviOWma;,.Uv, rv.vv. started for Illinois to make an TIipca orft mfirfi hints. VOU mUSt COme ! and tended visit. , The Drodieal husband returned see to realize how well we have provided for home last week, whether Mrs i v uacoDs kineu tne iattea can or not we all tastes and purses. K have not heard. Miss Eva Motter from Norwalk is in Sullivan visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Susanna Bidinger. Ruel Gibson remained in Cleveland about two weeks when he concluded that Sullivan was a better place to abide so he returned home. The Xo-graphophone concert, was given at the town hall Friday evening. Dame rumor tells us Joseph Garver has concluded that it is not good for man to be alone, so last week he was narried to an estimable lady of Ash land. Our congratulations are theirs. Eev. J. A. Findley returned from Belleville last Saturday evening where he has been to see his brother, Luke II. Findley, who is very ill and not ex pected to live." Literary at the high Bchool Friday of this week. ' .; . Daugherty, Helman & Co, Exclusive Clothiers. Our Goods Are Always Fresh We do our best to cater to the tastes ot our cus " - tomers in buying our goods. 'We buy only the best, '' and alwavs trv to sell at a reasonable profit. We never sell below cost: nor does 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. Come and try, us. . . ' WILDER & VINCENT. Home Flour For Home Use Duke of Wellington Flour years, and has been home on a three weeks .visit. His brother James goes with him for work also. Mrs. Myrtle North was at her father's Sunday. Albert Kelsey of Steele, Ind. is visit ing friends here. Ray Baker is in Akron for an infin ite time. Mrs. Simmons of Nova has been vis iting her daughter, Mrs. Allan Rich ards. "' . - ' Mrs. M, Andrews and Lucy Andrews are visiting in Wellington., . E.E. Morgan and family, and Mrs. Maude Eglin and children of Welling ton ipent Friday and Saturday at E. D. Baker's. H; B. Stevick and fsmily of Welling ton were guests of A. Hall Sunday. A. I. Spanton preached his final ser mon on Sunday. It is regreted that he cannot.be retained here for a few weeks jnore at least. .But College duties claim him. W. M. Phelps and wife of Rochester spent Sunday at C. H. Burnett's.. Emory Root und wife, visited In Scotch Ridge last week and attended Bowling Fair. Albert Rowland returned to his stud ies at Ann Arbor, Michigan, Thurs day. 4 ROCHESTER Prof. W. A. Mason occnmnanipd hv the mandolin club of Ashland will give an entertainment in the town hall Tuesday evening October 12. 'Pro ceeds for the repairs of the Bapti church. Admission eO cents. - The ladies Aid society of the Bapti church meet with Mrs. W. M. Phelps Thursday October 14th, Cordial invita tion is extended to all. A. J.' Snyder has recently built very neat horse barn, which adds great deal to the looks of his premises. Mr, J. R. II ant i visited his parents in Columbia one day last week. ; Born : to Mr, . and Mrs, Stanley daughter. There will be a reception heldjat the M. E. church Friday evening Oct. 8th, for the new pastor Rev. and. Mrs. Mc Connell. Mra. Wm. Collins is on the sick list 1 - A W T? Ti- vr t J r iwrujH. curies ui iew ijonuon. lura vcliind, and M.- Geo. Hurshey of Ruggles were guests of Mrs. and Mrs. J. Partes over Sunday. Miss Rosilla Lawler is spending a few days with friends in Cleveland. Mrs. Howk of Tarrytown, N. Y. is visiting friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Robishaw of Penn., is visiting his mother Mrs. J. Robishaw of this place. I DO NOT BELIEVE YOU Could find a more complete and handsomer stock of household furnishings anywhere in this part of the country) outside of Cleveland, than I now have. I am proud of jt', and am always pleased to have people come and look it over. mention a few things; there are others, too numerous to mention. - 1 ist 1st III III and is manufactured here and defies competition frem. any. flour . ' wherever made. FOR SALE AT ALL FIRST-CLASS 0 ROCERS FLOUR MILLS. PRICE, $1.35 per 49-pound Sack. ROOF YOUR BUILDINGS . WITH OUR 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, z Corner Prospect andRailroad St. : ' L 1 - - 1 " - '" "' 1 HUNTINGTON. Mrs. Wm. Ward and Mrs. Norton spent last Wednesday in Nova. Harry Pratt spent Sunday at home. Mr.' Wm. Handley and family of Wellington spent Sunday with rela tives in town. Joseph Overhault of Spencer visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Steplv en Hicks Sunday. - Mr. and Mrs. George Roice of Wei lington were'in town Sunday. Mr. Hammond of Lodi spent a day atJ.V. Phelon'B recently. , Mr. and Mrs. Stimmetz of Orange visited Arthur Cole's family last Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Gardner of Pen- field called on friends in town recently, Mrs. Stover of North Amherst spent lait Sunday with Henry Lawrence and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey spent Sunday in Rochester. . , Lewie Myers was in Elyria, Sunday Charles Bush ot JN or walk was in town Sunday. Frank McClellan and family of Wel lington visited his parents, Mr. Wm, McClellan and family Sunday. Mrs. David Hull was called to Brighton last week to care for her sick son Mr. Wm. Hull who is bet ter at the present writing. BOWLBY AND HALL For Fresh Roasted Cofife BAKER'S CROSSING. W. A. Peet and wife are visiting friends in Michigan. ' Frank Perkins and wife of Rochester rnd Grace Boice of Galion were at E. B. Fishers Sunday. . ' Mrs. Williams is slowly regaining her health having been confined to the house many months, she now walks about the house with a little help, and rides out occasionally. Z. Jones of Kipton were entertained Friday and Saturday at E. L. Wilcox's and D, I. Beckley's. R. E. Knapp and wife of Wellington spent Sunday with friends," - , The children and grand children of James Murray spent Sunday at home, They came to say the farewell words to their brothers, who leave Cleveland , for Moscow, Kussla, Monday evening, Will Murray has been engaged in working fn Russia for the past three BOOK. CASES. At different prices. I havejsomething entirely new; in this line a large, handsome double combination case, worthy to adorn any home at $30.00. Call in and look at this splendid piece of furniture. CARPETS. Before purchasing anything in this line. come in and see what I have. A fine assortment of patterns, and am sure you will And something to suit you. I am sure the prices will please you. ROCKING CHAIRS. A number of those $4.48 rocking chairs are left. If you want one, come this week. EXTENSION TABLES. A large assortment of these in differ ent styles and finish and at various prices all cheap. The finest table in town at $22.00. DININC CHAIRS. You can take your choice from 24 dif ferent patterns. These are new. goods And up-to-date. Can sell you a handsome set of six oak chairs at $6.00. ' PICTURE FRAMES. Avery large assortment of beautiful designs in picture frames. If you have any pictures which you desire to perserve, bring them here, pick your frame, and we will do the work cheap. H. W. BENNETT Embalmor and Funeral1 Director- Successor to HOYT & PETERS. Obituary, Koswell B. Boice was born in Blan- ford, Berkshire county, Mass., Oct. 12, 1814, came with his parents to Am herst, O., in 1827, where he lived until 1X35, when he moved to Rochester. He bought the farm on which he has since lived in 1838. He was married to Nancy- C. Stillwill, Dec. 25, 1839, with whom he lived for over fifty years. She proceded him to the spirit world in 1889. He died September 25, 1897 at the age of 82 yrs. 11 mo. and 13 days. Mr. Boice was well and favorably known through this community. He lived a faithful consistent christain life and was a member of the Congre gational church. The community loses a good friend and neighbor ; the church a worthy, member, and the famy a kind and indulgent father. Funeral services conducted at Roch ester center,. Rev. A. H. Lash offi ciating, from the text "He giveth his beloved sleep," and many friends followed his remains to their last rest ing place. - ' CARD OF THANKS. We wish to tend our sincere thanks to our many friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us in the illness and death of our father. R. D. Boicr and Relatives. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED, bv local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube is In flamed you have-a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirelv closed, deafness is the result, and unless the inflamation can be ta ken out and this tube restored to its normal state, hearing will be destroy ed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the ma ooui surfaces. We will give one hunderd dollars for any case of deafness( caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend for circular free. ' F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggest, 75 cepta. Hall's FunHy Pill are tike befct. 10 There is complete satisfaction in the use of a Waterman Fountain pen found at Wight ASons. A f ;' I LTOK AT IT! The accompanying cut represents the only genuine ROU WD AEC STOVE. You will observe that every genuine Round Ook Stove has the name "Rouud Oak" on the legs. This stove is- bo 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. . The Independent Oil and Supply Go. , WELLINGTON, OHIO". ' Retailers and Jobbers of Pennsylvania High Grade ILLUMINATING OILS AND GASOLINE, All kinds ot Lubrioating Oils, Pure Old Process LinBoed Oil, White Lead, and Colors. Oil and Gasoline delivered in tanks in any part of the town free. A share of your patronage is solicited. , ,- O. JEFFEBIES, PEOP. -, t Vlf Lr i i ! 4 1 I ' . E VV:' : 'iS I ! i I A i '