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wiveland o. a TH1KTY-FIKST YEAR WELLINGTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1897. NO. M siX:;:;;i j30PULAR PRICES. 5.00, 6.00, 7.50, . At above prices we can show you all wool Suits, Overcoats and Ulsters. The suits are made from selected material and represent the highest quality that cash 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. ' DAUGHERTY, HELM AN & CO. 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: 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 & VINCENT. Home Flour ... Duke of Wellington Flour ... is manufactured here and defies competition frvo. any flour wherever made. FOR SALE AT ALL FIRST-CLASS FLOUR MILLS. PRICE, $1.35 per ROOF YOUR BUILDINGS WITH OUR XXXX White Cedar Shingles. Our llemlocl; Shingles soTLY 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 BEICK. r BRICK. : BRICK; :.t " i' We Have " Some - Cleveland i .r..- , a;' ' f " )?". u Several car-loads will be . .Cpme; find arrange to take them direct from tme cars, and we can Bell theni cheaper than after we have had to' un load' them. ; . THE WELLINGTON MACHINE CO. 8,00, 9.00, 10.00 nor does any other store an inferior article below ihe we don't do business that way. For Home Use (UIOCERS and 49-pound Sack. nd Railroad St. Jl :'!.. . . ' '. -r ? Stock: Brick (Best Red Building Jrick) ; ( U Coming! ; here' in a few daj 8. ' 1 CORRESPONDENCE. I ' PITTSFIELD. i ; The annual meeting Of the Mission ary society met with Mrs E. Bennet last Thursday. The following officers were elected for the year, Mrs. .Ilines, President, Mrs. O. Rowel Vice Presi dent, Mrs. Hobbs, Treasurer, Mrs. Gibbens, Secretary. 1 i 1 1 At a meeting of the EpwortU League held recently the' following officers were elected, President, Mrs. Eva Jor don, 1st vice president Mrs. May Gillet, 2nd vice president, Hattie Rose ; 3rd vice president, W. J. Jordon, ; 4th vice president, Edith Avery, ; Treasurer II, M. Gillet, Secretary J. P. Stone. H. Betts and wife went to Toledo iast Thursday to visit their daughter Mrs. II. E. Eldridge. . , Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cole spent Sat tirday and Sunday in Norwalk. Mr. and Mrs. R. Merriam &fld Myrtle Sheldon returned Thursday from a five weeks visit in the east. - , Mr. R. Gibbens returned home re cently from a four weeks visit in the west. Messrs. F. Root, F. Bigg, C. F. Av ery and wives and J. S. Baldwin attend ed the temperance rally in Elyria last Saturday. 1 The funeral sevicea of Mrs. O. Toll were held at her home last Thursday, Rev. Danes officiating. Obltunry, Dora Ihlen felt was born in Peters burg, Micklenburg, Strelitz, Ger- many, September iu, imj. in August iso she marricu (Jari loll, ana in a few days started for America, settling in Russia township, Lorain county, O., moving later on to Amherst. They came to Pittsiield in 1868, locating on the farm where she died October 12th, 1897. Aged 65 years, 1 month and days. She united with the Lutheran church while young, and in whose folds she remained as a faithful mem tier, as long as she resided near the church, but having moved to Pitts- field no church of her choice being near, she never united with any other church. She was the mother of three children, Wilmene, wife of M. Ober August, wife of Clarence Barrick, and John, all living with their aged father and four grandchildren, ltiey mourn the loss of a affectionate and devoted mother and wife. She was one of those women that look well to her household and home was her life where her place can never be filled but we have the assurance that she rests in the Lord. HUNTINGTON. Mr. und Mrs. Burt of LaGrange spent Sunday with Rev. Kneal am wife. Mrs. Harry Crosier of Pittsiield Visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. R Smith few days last week, ferry Urown ot Howling tfreen is helping to care for Milo June. The quarterly meeting of the M. E, church will be held Sunday, Oct 31 The presiding Elder Rev. Kimble will be present. ' Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haulk of West Salem visited Mr. Miltan Hatilk's fam ily over Sunday. Mrs. Morton of Leroy and Mrs, Shunk of Brighton visited Mr. Elwood Russell's family last week. Messrs. Henry Smith and Thomas Smith visited Mr. Al Smith's family in Sullivan Sunday. Mr. Judson Clark and wife visited J. V. Phelon's family Sunday. The remains of Mr. Tom Pattrick was brought from New London for burial here last Wednesday ; services held in lie M. E. church, Rev. Kneal olHciating. Mrs. l.ura Rogers spent Sunday in Wellington with her daughter Mrs. Wm, Hand ley and family. BAKER'S CROSSING: Mrs. M. J. Beckley and L. M. Wilcox have returned from Akron. Miss Maggie Herlabus spent Sunday in Litchfield. s Sylvester Boice died at his home Saturday afternoon.. Funeral will be held Tuesday at 12 M. ' Mrs. Nellie Chaffee of Wooster is visiting her parents. ' 1 i Mr. and Mrs. Emory Root are enter taining A friend Trom Norwalk.. ' O. H. Dirlam and family spunt Sun day in Lodi, the guests vt D. B. Hir-lam.-' ' Mrs. .Laura La bone is visiting friends in Wellington. 11 1 Mrs. Ina Johnston and daughter Lulu were at ILTillitsim'a Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Gunn and daughter of Wellington visited at Henry Labor le's recently. 1 ' , ' I Mrs. Hannah Laborie is in ' Akron for an indefinite time.' "' ; , ... i i Small p'lla, safe pills, lest pill. De Witt's Little Early Risers cure bilious ness, constipation, sick headache. J. W. Houghton BRIGHTON- The Bteam shovel working near the Black river trestle proves quite an at traction. One day last week thirty- two spectators were counted at one time witnessing its operations. Rev. R. F. Mayer and family of Port Clinton have been calling on their many friends in town for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Allyn enter tained friends from Michigan and Cleveland last week. There was a merry nfe'ig party at J. Jordan's last Saturday?-. N."Eggltston drove tqog chigan last week; : ' IS? 1 V G. Grundy expects toeave for Mich igan this week to be gone for some time, 1: - ' Rev. R. L. Waggoner will deliver a lecture in the M. E. church Wednes day night, Oct. 16. Free. Mrs, J. C. Paul and Mrs. Andrews and son Roy, of Wellington, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Fox over Sunday.- . A number from Brighton visited the Kipton Grange last Saturday night to assist in conferring degrees. Honi Mr. Chamberlain, of Elyria, will speak-upon the political issue of the day, at the town hall Monday evening, October 25. Several members of the Brighton Grange attended the Kipton Grange Saturday evening. Mrs.iTurner of Massillon spent Sun day at tB. Herbert's. ' SULLIVAN. Man-ied, Oct. 12, '97, at the residence of Mr. Eli Smith, Mr. Arthur Offineer to Misg Mabel N. Smith, Rev. J. A. Findley officiating. The best wishes of many friends are theirs. Mr.- Offi neer is our genial barber, who has won many menus during his year 8 stay in Sullivan. Miss Smith is the eldest daughter of Mr. Eli Smith, one of our progressive farmers. Wednesday the hnppy couple wended their way to Jeromeville to be entertained by the parents of the groom. They were the recipients of many elegant wedding presents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oarver are nicely settled in their house in town We are pleased to welcome them to town. ' Mr. Jake Plum is in Sullivan visiting his aiA;?.,,'Mrs, Henry Bidinger, V The chicken pie supper given by the Ladies' Aid society of the Congrega' tional church at the town hall was most delightful success as it deserved to be. Miss Jennie Beck's Boy is here visit' ing his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs II. B. Harvnot. , Maurice McConii"!! came home from school at Woosler last Friday to visi his parents, lie returned to his sciioo Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Turner are visiting Mrs. Ada Arndt. Miss Millie Arndt, from Hiram here visiting Miss Laura Arndt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Park visited Will W. Whitcomb and family Litchfield last Saturday. in Mark A. (jrissinger lias nought on his brother, L. O. Grissinger and will take possession of his hardware and tinware store this week. L. U. Blocker was out of town on business last week. Dame Rumor tells us he has secured a lucrative pus iiiun on the road. SPENCER. Geurce Ormeroid and wife of War ren are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Lemuel Oakley of Michigan, i unending some time with her friend in this vicinity.. Jessie Wideman went to Litchfield to spend Sunday. Fannie and Gertie Betz, Minnie Freeman, Beda Rice, and Professor Martin attended the Teacher's Insti tute at Lodi. Mrs. Fannie Firestone and daughter Myrtle of Wellington, spent Sunday at E. A. Firestone's. Mrs. C. W. Aldrich accompanied her daughter to Cleveland, last Monday returning the following day. B. L. Wells of Medina, was in tow Friday. : John Mflnosmith and wife attended the wedding of their neiue, Mabel in Sullivan last week. ' ' : Grace Grissinger spent some time in Sullivan recently. ; Hattie Grisbinger Ingraham and children, are visiting here before join ing Mr. Ingraham in, Kansas, where they expect to make their future home. . Hellhar. Gribsinger and wife, of Seville) spent a short time in Spencer, recently. ... B. C. Smith and wife are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Ed. Fishack in Toledo. ' John Sharp it home for a few days. Annie More was in Grafton, the last of the week. , . Quite a number of young people at tended the funeral of Hattie , Miller last week. frank Aldrich is erecting s very ii 'iin'r'""JJ""Vi TMUlflfiriT" 1" 'ii mnwn n f i in iiiiiwii mi in ' Wrfl" Vht hi HAVE YOU HEARD 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. neat dwelling street. house on South Main ...i U!. v. CAMDEN. Camden has a new industry. A s.tw mill has been recently moved here from Oberlin and is being erected on Chas. McCotters farm it is nearly ready for buisness there being a number of logs on the ground ready for the saw. The creamery has shut down. Rev. U. Bouncy and wife of Bronson Mich, are visiting in town. Mrs. M. Hill and son Ora of New London spent Saturday and Sunday in town. S. H. Whitney has gone to Litehlleld' to see his daughter, Nellie. Married at the home of the bride, Tuesday evening October 12, Clayton Whitney and Miss Mable Hnrd by their Pastor Rev. V. D. Willard. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitney attend ed the marriage of their grandson, Clayton Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett of Oberlin attended the marriage of their grand daughter Mable Ilurd. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Badger of Oberlin spent Sunday with their Cou sin Frank Williams. There has been 15 couple marrie l in the past year that one or both of the parties lived in this town. Is there another town that can beat the record? Webber Calkins accompanied by his uncle E. C. Cook drove to Elyria Oct. 15 and took in Governor Bush nell's address in Oberlin on the return. The L. O. T. M. served chicken pie to a large company Saturday night. Water is very low. Mrs. Carrie Gill of Pittsfield spent last Friday with her aunt Mrs. Hesser. George Stafford and George Giar have rented Mrs. Naylor's house and moved into it. Mrs. Emmeline Ream went to Mich igan, Wednesday. ROCHESTER- Mrs. A. Jones or Detroit, Mich, is visiting her daughter Mrs. G. M. Gar rison. . . i Rev. and Mrs. .Mayer was in town calling on friends Saturday. . i Mr. A. vv nuns the night operator is on the sick lisc, Mr. Hoag of- Green wich is working in his place. ' Miss Mary Biibcock left for Ada, 0 Saturday to a tend school. ; Mrs. Allis Chamberlin of South Eu clid, O. is visiting her sif ter Mrs. G, M. Garrison. .. ' ... i On account , of quarterly meeting CASTORIA For Infanta aad Children. Hall iiN ntf ltutu of the M. E. church at Brighton next Sunday there will be services et the Baptist church here Sunday a. m. at the usual hour. On Saturday evening, October ltf about 75 friends and neighbors gather ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Coats and gave them a surprise, it be ing the event of their thirtieth wedd ing anniversary they were presented with two clocks one from the friends and one from the children. Tuesday evening October 12 the peo ple of Rochester were highly enter tained by Prof. W. A. A. Mason of Ash land. 0. who is a skilled elocutioi.ist. Probate Court. Loren J. Myers appointed guardian of Maude Myers, of Elyria. Bond 3,200. Lillian Russell appointed administra tix of will of Sophia Fox, late of Black River. ' A. Z. Tillotson appointed adminis trator of estate of E D. Merriam, late of Oberlin. Benjamine Crabtree appointed exec utor of will of Jane P. Oliphant, late of Elyria. Mary J. Gilmore appointed execu trix of will and estate of Quartus Gil more, late of Lorain. Court of Common Plea. NBW CASES Elizabeth Ann Long vs. Samuel Long; divorce. Custody of children alimony and restraining order. C. W. Johnson vs. 0. H. Tilden ; money only. The Citizen's Home & Savings As sociation Co., vs. Gilbert and Eliza beth Parker; money, foreclosure of mortgage and equitable relief. John A. Berry vs. Rachel J. Mar shall; money only. Kitty M. Berry vs. Allie Blackwell et al. ; partition. H. J. Barrows, administrator, vs. Frank Freeman et al. ; money, fore closure of mortgage. 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