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TATA 1 i If TH1KTY-FIRST YEAR. WELLINGTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1H. 1897. NO. 42 4 5 JHL1 II 1 I KJk. IV 7 rV, 1i : six POPULAR PRICES. 5,00, 6.00, 7.50, 8,00, 9,00, 10.00 At above prices we can show you all wool Suites,' Overcoats and Ulsters. The suits are made -from selected material and represent the highest quality that cask can buy. Cassimeres, Worsteds and Cheviots. Plain or plaid effects in Single or Double Breasted Sacks and Cutaway Frocks. Overcoats and Ulsters in any style or weight de sired. The workmanship and trimmings are the very best. In the immense assortment you will find Beavers, Kerseys and Chinchillas from which to make a selection. For Clothing, visit the Exclusive Clothiers. PENFIELD. Rev. F. E. Baker preached his first sermon on this circuit last Sunday to a large audience. A reception was given the new pastor and his wife this week ' Tuesday even ing at the home of Mr. Willard Hart. Mr. and Mrs. ' O. K. Starr recently returned home from a two weeks visit through the eastern states, spending some time at the home of - her., child hood, near the Catskill mountains. The social event of last week was the marriage, on Tuesday evening,' of Miss l.ou M'Coy to Louie Mead of Cleveland. Miss M'Coy was one of our popular young adies and will be missed by a large circle of friends. , Since the wave of prosperity struck Penfield Esquire Krebs has put down a fine sawed stone walk in front of his house and also built ah addition to the house which makes it one of the most commodious dwellings in the village. Another evidence of prosperity is the J fact that a feed mill is soon to be erected at the center by Everett Taylor. We wish him success. Mrs. L. T. Starr starts 'this week Wednesday for Canada to visit her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Alden Starr of Flint, Mich., are visiting relatives in town. DAUGHERTY, HELM AN & CO. Exclusive Clothiers. cus Our Goods Are Always Fresh We do our best to cater to the tastes of our tomers in buying our goods. "We buy only the best and always try to sell at a reasonable profit. We l 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 ... is manufactured here and defies competition frim any flour wherever made. . , -"l S" T . 1 A T A m ATT "i"" V T"k 1 m St T 1 ' tA rt . l tt n JJUJt M ALili F1JKSX-VJJL.ASS HliUUJiKS and FLOUR MILLS. PRICE, $1,35 per 49-pound Sack. ROOF YOUR BUILDINGS , ' WITH OUR , XXXX White Cedar Shingles. Our. Hemlock Soineles y Clear $3.00 PER SQUARE laid on roof will last your Hfe-time. CLEAR BUTT CEDARS are next; good Btook, too. " Try them. . AVe have 164nch and 18-inoh. ; , ( H. WADSWORTH & SON ' Corner Prospect hudRailroad iSt. CORRESPONDENCE. Last Friday was the first literary of the season. .The senior's debate was lively and the boys and girls did noble work. The question was the new one of woman's suffrage. The girls were the victors. ; ' Invitations are out for the "Smith Offineer" wedding for October 12, at the home of the bride. Rev. J.A, Findlev goes to Pleasant Grove, Morrow county, to hold a pro tracted meeting of three weeks dura tion. ( Mr. Levi Sholtz of Bronson. Mich. is here visiting his neice, Mrs. Dan Hileman, after an absence of seven teen years. ; Mrs. Jane Burt has been very ill for the past two weeks. She is slightly better at this writing. , Mrs. Lucreta Garver has been on the sick list for the past week. The in fluenza has come this way and claims quite a number of our citizens as victims. me tiumner of logs liauled to our depot, 'awaiting shipment, is unusually large. ' Sunday school convention here two weeks from next Sunday at the Con gregatioiMtl church. HAVE YOU HEAR are PITTSFIELD. Mrs. Campbell and son Rosco visiting in Green Springs. Frank Root was in Elyria a number of days last week and week before re pairing property that he has recently purchased". Mr. and Mrs. E. Rogers were in Elyria last Monday. The Benevolent society met last Wednesday with Mrs. Volney McRob- erts with about forty in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Avery were in Cleveland last Monday. Mr. Avery attended the district steward's meet ing of which he was a member. Rev. Biechel started last Wednesday with his horse and carriage to drive to Ashly. his new charge Mrs. Biechele went by rail. , Rev. Wagar, the new - minister for Pittsfield and Kipton, moved into the parsonage, Friday, September 27. Mrs. 8. D. Whitney is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Archer in Massillon. Communion services were held in the Congregational church last Sun day. Pitt McRoberts is reported to be im proving. CAMDEN. Two piarriages in town recently B Linderman of Elyria to Miss Libbie Kemp of Damdem September 29. October 6 John Ward and MNs Mary Guthrie both of Camden were united in marriage at the Catholic church at Wakeman. Rev. V. D. Willard and wife return ed last week ofter being absent ten days in Portage Co. where Rev. Wil lard met a sister he had not seen for 25 yearS. Mrs. Nathan Calkins is in Toledo for a short visit with her brother J. S Cook. J The Ladies Society 'will be entertain ed at the church Wednesday afternoon by Mesdames Latteeman and Kothe. There will be a series of meetings held in the Baptist church commenc ing Oct, 10. Mrs. Sarah Weeks is in Cleveland for the winter. Mrs. Hat tie Hewett has gone to Con neat to. visit her daughter Mrs. Frank , Ephram Cook is in town on a visit to his mother and sisters after an absence of 14 years. His home is in Travers Co. Mich. BOWLBY AND ; HALL. For Fresh Roasted Coffee HUNTINGTON. , Mrs. Henry Lawrence has gone to Marietta for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Phelon visited ir West Salem and Orville lust week. Mrs. L. H. Chapman of Rochester Mrs. Geo. Wilbur and daughter, Bertha, of Warrensville called on J. V and T. D.Phelon's families. Mrs. Jennie Shipman of Cleveland visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Stephen Hicks and other friends last week. Mr. ana Airs. r. .z. steaman are visiting relatives in Wisconsin. Miss May Spicer and Florence Rood of Wellington spent last Sunday with their friend Miss May Rush. Mr. W. W. Chapman and his bride of Findlay are here on their wedding trip visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, M. T. Chapman. Mr. tfrown or loieao called on Henry Smith's family one day last week. Mrs. Ross of Fremont Bpent Sunday with Walter Dirlam's family. ; Mr. 'and Mrs.. Henry Smith spent Sunday in Burbank. Mr. and Mrs Lewis Meachum of Elyria are spending a few days with relatives in town. Mrs. Norton and Tullie Riohards are visiting in Seneca county. Mr. ana Mrs. J. a. Kobinson are visiting in (Jenterton. ' Mrs. Hiram Cole spent a day in Wellington lust week with her par ents. ' i Jacob Garver of Michigan f nt Sun day with Mr. David Hull's family. , j. Miss. Maud ..CuupMitm has gone to, Michigan to make a visit..'- Mrs. Kuriiftt ofs Cl-n'rhnd visited Milo June's family lust week. Rollin. BauKhmttii spent Sunday with liis parents. of that handsome line of upholster ed couches at Bennett's furniture store? It's funny if you haven't, for lots of people have been in looking at them, and those who have seen them pronounce them "Just the finest thing out! " We have an ex- tensive line of these couches in dif ferent styles, colors and patterns and prices. They are all new goods and for sale cheap. Come in and look them over. H. W. BENNETT, FURNITURE, UNDERTAKING, AND EMBALMING. Successor to HOYT & PETERS, ROCHESTER- Mr. and Mrs. M. Mann of Imly City, Mich., are visiting relatives of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Rugg of South Euclid, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Garrison last week. T. B. Garrison visited friends in Cleveland and South Euclid over Sun day. Mies Jenny Sheets of Cleveland, was in town Sunday. Her grandmother, Mrs. E. D. Tinker returned to Cleve land with her Sunday evening. Wm. Rugg has rented the Ben Ross place and will move his family from South Euclid to this place in the near future. ' Mrs. Hunnuh Laborie was visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Phelps and call ing on friends in this place last week. Mrs. F. M. Dugnan is again conflued to her bed. . liev. McConnell, the new pastor of the M. E. Church, preached a very uble sermon to a large audience, Sun day forenoon. ( M. Goss gave us some ' very in teresting talk to the young people at the M. E. Church Sunday evening. Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Homer, of Greenwich, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Williams, Sunday. The Baptist church is undergoing a coat of paint. . SULLIVAN. i The ladies' aid society of the Con i(''T:iH.n;il chmrh will have a chicken pie supper ut the tow n 'mil, 'Saturday tlight. Oct. 1G. The ladies realize that hard times have hi'ld full kway for this inany a day, and so they have put the price of the supper down to hard times prices. Just think of it, only 10 cents for a chicken pie euppn-. So now vou see ther Is nothing in hinder your attending, and you kn- the ladies of this society are famous for their skill in making pi-esv DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED. by 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 cnused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube is hi- flamed you' have u 'rumbling sodnd or imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely dosed, deafness is the result, and unless the hiilauuition can be ta ken out and thSs'tiibe restored to its normal state, heading will be destroy ed forever; nine eases out of ten are caused by, catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mu cous surfaces. ' We will give one luinderd dollars for any case oi deafness( caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Ilafl's Catarrh Cure. Send for circular free. ' : F, J.'CIIffNEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggest, 75- cents. Hall's Family Pills are the best. 10 LQEC i AT IT! The accompanying cut presents the only genuine ROUND OAK STOVE. You will observe that every genuine Hound Ook 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.8toves.in all ftizefC'arid our prices arenas cheap its ptsible. .. ... , For Consti'patfon take Karl's Closer Root Tea, the great Dlood Purifier. Cures Headache, Nervousness, Erup tions or the face, and1 makes the hend clear n a bell. RafiT by W. Art. The Independent Oil and Supply Co. . WELLINGTON, OHn. : Ee'ai'fers ami J(ibb(T8nf TeniitiylvHijia High Grade ILLUMINATING OILS AfID GASOLINE, All kinds of Lubricating Oik, Pure Old Process Liusetd Oil, hit Lead, 'and Colors. . Oil and Ohxoline delivered iu t'tnke in rijv part of the town free. A hare of your patrouage ih solicited. ' ' E. C. JE1FERIES. PROP. V KM u iiiiftaJi.-vr &a . .