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CJEVElAND. 0- r" r i THIRTY-FIRST YEAR. WELLINGTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1897. NO 50 IF D. H. & CO. SELL IT; IT'S QOOD. I WE WANT YOUR CLOTHING Trade. We think we deserve it. You will agree with us on this point, when you see how well we have provided for your wants in all our well filled , departments. Gift Giving Time 1 will soon be here and should you be in a giving mood, remember your friends with the practical and useful things. For instance: A flan or Boy would like au Overcoat, Ulster, Mackintosh or Suit of Clothes. He would like a Cap, either in Plush, TWvpr or Worsted. He would like an all silk Initial - w Handkerchief. Among other things, too numerous to mention, he would like a pair of Gloves or Mittens, a : Worsted or Silk Muffler; a fine Necktie, in Bow, Teck or 4-in-hand; a Sweater, plain or turtle neck; a a pair of Cuff Buttons, plain or link; a Shirt, plain or . 'fancy bossom; a set of warm Underwear; fine Hose, wool or cotton; an Umbrella, Collars and Cuffs, etc. " , And remember, he would like the above selected from the up-to-date (Clothiers, D. H. & Co. There's Such a Thing as clothing being too cheap to be good, but there's no - tl.ino oa V. c n rr inn rrnnn r hp fhpflTV n o a Come in and convince yourself that the best place to x buy clothing is at the store of DAUGHERTY, HELMAN & CO. CORRESPONDENCE. 00000 BO CK. On hand, Best' Cleveland Red Stock Brick. Will have a few car loads only. Get them now. The Wellington Machine Go. i-r - -.";vif ' S 1 loii'llo.Ilonie HUNTINGTON. Mrs. Crittenden of Shelby is viniting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gassell.' Messrs. Wm. Sampson and Frank Richmond have bought a livery stable in Wellington and have taken poses- sion. Mr. Geo. McQuate and Edith John son were united in holy wedlock at the congregational parsonage, Monday evening, December 6, by Rev. Skeele. Their friends wish them much joy on life's journey. Mrs. Morgan of Wellington visited her daughter, Mrs. Luke Chapman and family last week. Mrs. M. 1$. Smith and Mrs. T. D, Phelon visited Mr. Henry Frank's fam ily in Spencer one day last week. Mrs Lura Rogers and son Warden are spending a time at Baker's Cross ing with her son Alonzo Rogers and family. Mr. Al Smith of Sullivan visited his parents Mr. Henry Smith one day last week. Mr. M. R. Smith was in Elyria Mon day. . On Wednesday evening, Dec. 1, when Luke Chapman looked out and saw his yard full of teams he suddenly lost all desire to retire early and con eluded that he was a victim of a sur prise. Old friends and neighbors kept coming in until the delightful ana spacious home of the Chapmans was well filled. A plentiful supper of oysters and other delicacies to num erous to mention added greatly to the enjoyment of the occasion. Luke is good citizen and his family is greatly appreciated In church and society They will have no reason to doubt their welcome back to Huntington Query, would not such gatherings in dulged in oftener tend to keep the ice of cold reserve and selfishness broken up and greatly benefit us socially? SULLIVAN. Those who love to trip the light fantastic had another social hop Thursday night. Citizens" who tried to sleep thought pandemonium had broken loose. One of the large win dows in the front of Hotel De Gfar wn broken. Some who came had inbibed a drop. tQ.mucll and were ,put out of the hall. Mrs. Cynthia Chapman pre pared the supper for the dancers. The F. & A. M. met here last week and conferred more degrees. Land lord Giar prepared dinner for the men and Mrs. J. B. McAdoo for the ladies of the lodge. Rather a novel departure from the ordinary program. Fayette Hubler goes to Spokane Fulls. Wash., next Thursday to tuke his nephew, Jay Myers, home. The "Trmdie-bed trash" had their first piirtj or the season at John Ring ler's, Friday evening. They had most delightful evening and voted the Ringler homestead as one of the pleasantest places to congregate to have a jolly party. Oysters helped to make the evening entertainment per fect. Rev. J. A. Findley has returned from Howard where he has oeen holding very interesting meeting. The Sunday schools of Sullivan hav Christmas trees and a short literary and miiMcul program. - continued on 8th page. ANNOUNC 4 -Tithout seeing the Name 'iOUD CM On the Leg of the best heating Stovo in the World. If You're in ww i a Hurry For Groceries, there's always a wagon at our door, ready to bring them to you. Plenty of clerks here enough to fill your order without neglecting others. Everything that's choicest in Groceries, and prices nohigher than you'll pay for inferior grades. Real Good Coffee and Tea We are particular in selecting our Coffees and Teas. We keep them fresh and up to the standard of strength and quality. If not exactly right any time, bring it back and we will make it right or return your money. When we learn just what you prefer, you'll get it every time. Wilder Sand Vincent. Holiday EMENT. This week we start our sale ofJIIoli day Goods, which we intend to be the most successful of any former season. ! WE DO NOT PRETEND to be leaders in making low prices, b)it we challenge comparison of our goods with those sold by any com petitor, feeling confident that the verdict for quality and finish will be decidedly favorable to us. BOOKS. A large line, well assorted. Bellamy's latest book, "Equality." Stories by Capt. Chas. King. Burdette, Stockton. Poems, Histories, Adventure, Fiction Uiit Books of all descrmtions. dxford Bibles, from $1.50 up make y appropriate Xmss presents. GAMES. illow Dex. Fun with Electricity. Fun with Magnetism. Card Games of all descriptions. Games for little people. Games for old people. ALBUMS were never so cheap and so attractive as this year CELLULOID and ALUMINUM. Toilet Cases. ShavingCases. : Manicure Sets. PERFUMES. In f uncy bottles and in bulk. POCKET BOOKS. NVatest Styles and designs,- - - - FOR THE BUSINESS MAN. Paper Weights. Paper Knives. Ink Stands with new wrinkles. Memorandum Desk Pads and Calen dars. M icilage Bottles. Letter Scales, very cheap. Bill Files. Scrap Books. WRITING PAPER. All prices and qualities, from 3c. to 20c. per quire. BOX PAPER. 5c. to 50o per box. W e carry the latest styles and de signs. It will puy you to examine the stock. IT IS A SELLER. Standard Grand in its New Case. FINEST OF THE FINK -EVERYBODY DELIGHTED. IT WILL MAKE A NICE HOLIDAY PRESENT : : : : Standard Grand. CLOSED. Head drops straight down and does not tnrn over or slide at an angle. The box draws up out of the way of operator when machine is in use. STANDARD GRAND. OPEN. Head comes straight up. All that is required is to throw back the leaf of table and the entire work of raising head and box, and fastening both is accomplished. Everything fastens automatically ro buttons required. Samples of these machiries can be seen at E. "Wells & Son's harness shop, and at my reidence, corner f East Maiu street and Courtland Avenue. REPAIRINa..NEATLyiANI),EROMETLX.PQNE,. NEEDLES, OIL AND SUPPLIES CARRIED IN KTOnK ' . 5. P. HASTINGS, Agt. NO ONE Can beat us on Envelopes. 3c. a bunch. PRIMERS. Palmer Cox Brownie Books, 10c. Linen Primers, 5 and 10c. A large assortment. JUVENILE BOOKS. Stories for young people, by best author. History. Adventure. MEDALLIONS. ' A fine assortment. Prices very low. Medallions are new Xmas gifts. , and pleasing MARKED DOWN. , A large line of Plush and Leather Goods, Toilet Sets, Traveling Cases, Odor Bottles, Etc., at less than wholesale prices. There Was a Hot Time in Tho Old Town, Dr. Bigelow, the Cleveland expert den tist, did One hundred aud tifty dollars cash business in two half days, and as two halves make one whole, he took in $150 cash in one day. That was'nt so bad ! You remember that one year ago the local dentists set up a grtat howl about Di. Big-low bring a fraud and that his rmdicine for painless extracting was poison. Well the rumor hud its effect, but Dr. Bigelow kept right on the even tenor of his way; mad' all kinds of money in Lorain coun ty and jealous competitors can yell tliemselves hoarse now for all the good it will do them Next Friday, December 17, 1897 the Dr. will give his Wellington patients' a. Christmas benefit. He. will extract teeth without pain fo one-half prire. You will find him at the STEfflPLE HOUSE, formerly the Paik house, from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. h'emember the date, Friday, December 17th and don't miss the opportunity. 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