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HEWS, COLLECTED BT THK BNTERPBUR'S OORM Or CORRESPONDENTS. ItMtlHtfpwIifi ud Special Brants la WatllnctoB Immediate Vicinity, of latere to Everyone Our Correepond ate Spare Mo Peine to Glean the Mews. PENFIELD. Our Center schools closed (or the summer vacation, on Friday last. Mrs. Fannie Auble, of Spencer River Corneri, visited at A. W. Denham'e the flnt of the week. Memorial lerviees will be held in the Congregational church at 10:80 on Sun day next, aermon by Rev. Long, pastor of the Methodist church. Deooration day services will begin at 8 o'clock, to enable our people to visit other town services in the afternoon W. L. Denslow, resident pastor of the Congregational church who has Just superceded Rev. V. J. Jacobs, will de liver the address. Our people are all agog with enthu slasm over Decoration day at present. It is hoped that the G. A. R. Poet from Wellington will honor us with their comradeship on thia occasion. W. L. Denslow, Congregational pas ior, will deliver the address. The Sab hath last past was .Mr. Denslow's first ft resident ptistor, Mrs. Denslow hav ing joined hlnv last week, accompanied by two charming Masters Denslow. Our people all seem much pleased with their new minister. The ministerial reception at Fred Oott's on Thursday evening, the 18th Inst., was well attended, 'the house be ing so full that our hospitable hostess found it utterly impossible to set tables, and wns forced to consent her self with offering her numerous guests a "lap supper," which was very nice and well served. Quite a number of our M. E. breth ren attended, and all seemed to enjoy themselves hugely. Married In Penfield. on Wednes day evening, th)e 17th instt, at the home of her parenits, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Dalgleish, Miss Vira Dtilgleish to Mr. Irvine Gallatin. The wedding was well attended, quite a large house full present despite 'the warring elements which seemed so fiercely bent on keeping the guests away. The parlor in which the ceremony was performed was tastefully decollated with haw thorn and ferns, and all arrangements "were thoroughly made and well car ried out. No ring-dropping or other awkward "contretemps" occurred to mar the felicity of the occasion, and to use Mie old hackneyed expression an went bs merry as a marriage bell." We . hope and trust th old poetic proph esy, "Happy the 'bride that the sun shines on," followed by its less happy prognostication, "Unhappy the bride that the rain fails on," may not prove true In this instance; for the jolly old aun never gave us a single view of hi genial countenance the entire day, while the ram surely did its prettiest endeRvors to spoil the festivities, TTnwver fnr onpp. the weather irot beautifully "left." The young coupl will make their home in Congress, we are Informed. A number of valuabl end tasteful presents were on exhibi tlon, showing the fair bride was not foraroMen by her friends and relatives, The Smith road boys also furnished "in pan serenade," free gmtis, which . was thoroughly enjoyed by all present, being finally put an end to by the rroom setting up the cigars. After which th boys retired in good order. It was their way of showing their good will to their old playmate, "Mr. G., and If trifle overpowering wps at leas: sincere. It was both "loud and deep, Mrs. Lester Richmond, of Medina, and daughter Vic, and Mrs. Jane Dale, of Oberlin, .were present, despite the bad weather. Mr. William Taylor, of Iowa, is at present visiting his brothers, H. D. and C. A. Taylor, as .well as many other friends and relatives in our little burg. We saw Mrs. iWatt Starr, of Elyria, in town last week. She is much missed here, 'being a steadfast church worker, and a hard "pusher" at any thing she undertakes. We hope she may find new friends to appreciate her talents as did the old in Penfield. spent Sunday with Mrs. Zilkha Bat tles. Rev. T. L. MaCounell will deliver a emorlal sermon at the M. E. churvh next Sunday morning. Decoration day will be observed here at 10 o'clock a. m. The speaking will bo done by home talent, mostly by the children. Committtee on music, Kev. and Mrs. McConnell; martial music, G. W. Greene. Committtee on flowers and decoration, Misses Alice Hart, Jen nie Herbert, Jessie Evereon, Blanche Kaufman, Ida Mills, Anna Allyn, Jen nie Stocking, Grace Day, Ethel Burge, Mabel Manning, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Griggs, and the Misses Storrow. The Pomona Grange of Lorain coun ty will meet with Browrohelra Grange on Saturday, June 10, 1899. Patrons from their part of the county are urged to attend, as it will be an Im portant meeting, and Brownhelm Gmnge will entertain the visitors roy ally. C. E. FOX, Secretary. "A word to the wise is sufficient" and a word from the wise should be sufficient, but you ask, who are the wise? Those who know. The oft-repeated experience of trustworthy per sons may be taken for knowledge. Mr. W. M. Terry says Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction than any other in the market. He has been in the drug business at Elkton, Ky., for twelve years; has sold hundreds of bottles of this remedy and nearly all other cough medicines manufactured, which shows conclusively that Cham berlain's Is the most satisfactory to the people and Is the best. For sule by Near & Wells. Mrs. Green (nee Nora Long) started for her new home In (Burton Saturday morning. 1 Mr. J. B. Robinson was In Cleveland last Monday. . . ; Messrs. George Nimock, 'Dudley Fin kle, and George Boone, Jr., were in Elyrla the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. PheVm were In New London last Tusday. Mrs, Low, of Wellington, spent Sun day with Eugene Bliss and wife. Mrs. Cadnuis, of Lornin, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. S. ,Buck, and family. ' - Miss May Hollenbeck, of Wellington, spent Monday night with Litta Thelon. Mr. "leorgo Boone, Sr., of Welling on, visited David Hull's family list week. The band boys have their new suits. Mrs. John Casscll, of Liverpool, is visiting the family of her futhw-in- law. Mrs. Lura Rogers and son Warden spent Sunday with Mr. William Hand ley's family of Wellington. Mr. Swlucegood and family visited Chris Frederick and wife Sunday. Mrs. Lew Dibble and Mrs. Bird Van Arsdale, of Wellington, spent last Tuesday with Mrs. L. E. Chapman. J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., conductor on electric street car line, writes that his little daughter was very low with croup, and her life saved after all phy sicians had failed, only by using One Minute Cough Cure. DR. J. W. HOUGHTON. BE SURE. Be sure you need medicine before you take it, but having once found out that you need it lose no time in get ting the best. If it's for the Kidneys, Liver, Bladder or Blood, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia or for Chronic Constipation, the best is Dr. David Kennedy's Favor ite Remedy, and very simple way to find out if you need it, is to pit some urine in a glass tumbler and let it stand 24 hours: if it then has a sediment or a milky, cloudy appearance; If it is ropy or stringy, pale or discolored, you do noi neeu a physician to ten you inai you should take Favorite Remedy at once. It speedily cures snch danger ous symptoms as pain in the back, fre quent desire to urinate, especially at nignt, burning scalding pain in passing wator, the staining of linen by your urine and all the unpleasant and dan gerous effects produced on the system by the use of whiskey and beer. All reliable druggists sell Dr. David Ken nedy's Favorite Remedy at $1.00 a bottle, or 6 bottles for te.00. By a special and particular arrange ment wit h the manufacturers, our read ers can try this grand medicine abso lutely free. By simply sendingyour full name and post office address to the I) It. DAVID KENNEDY CORPORATION, Rondout. N.Y.. mentioning this pnner, when a trial bottle of Favorite Reme dy, together with a pamphlet of valua ble medical advice, will be sent you by mail postpaid. The publishers of this paper guar antee the genuineness of this liberal offer. Sunday morning, which was highly appreciated by all. Mr. 'H. Fisher is a very promising young minister, and his many friends wish him success In the good work. The Armenian missionary ser mon Sunday evening and singing at the . M. E. chwcfo were delightfully rendered to la large audience by Mr. Life, student of Oberlin college, a na tive of Armenia. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Con. gregational church meets pt the par sonage Thursday, June 8. Cordial in vitation to all. I was reading an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Colera and Diar rhoea remedy In the Worchester Enter prise recently, which leads me to write this. I can truthfully say I never used any remedy equal to H for colic and diarrhoea. I have never had to use more than one or t wo doses to cure the worst case with myself or children W. A. STROUD, Popomoke City, Md. For sale by Near 4 Wells. BRIGHTON. We forgot to mention last week the meeting of the Ladies' Society with Mrs. M. E. Seeley. It was one of the society's meetings, and the hostess spared no pains to make it pleasant for her guests, John Branchfiower, of Jackson, Mich., is spending a week with Mrs. Harriett Dunbar. Miss Mhy Grundy visited friends In Spencer Friday. Mrs. Sarah Beach, of Wellington, Is pending a few days with relatives here. Earl Merrills and family spent Sun day in Clarksfleld. Mrs. Electa Hall spent la few days last week with Mrs. Harriett 'Dunbar. Mrs. Alice Battle, of Wellington, LA GRANGE. Mrs. William Ormsby is reported On the sick list. Mrs. R. E. McKisson, of Cleveland, is visiting in town. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lyman Knowles, of Elyria, spent Sunday with LaGrange friends. Mrs. D. E. Morris and little daughter Marion, of Geneva, O., are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Z. R. Parsons. Mrs. Ellen McKisson, of Cleveland, is spending a few days with Mrs. Nettie McKisson. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Gott and daugh ter called on Elyrla friends bunday. The commencement exercises of the LaGrange High School (for 1899 are thjngs of the past. This institution has just closed a successful year successful in Rlmost every respect. The increase in the enrollment of stu dents is 10 per cent over that of last year. The reputation of our school is made, and is steadily on the Increase, while friends of the school are con stantly increasing in number. The ex ercises of commencement week showed what the institution is accomplishing under the management of Prof. 'H. 0. Merrinm. The annual commencement exercises of the LaGrange high school were held in the City Hall Friday evening. May 19. The class of '99 has concluded Ms work and received their diplomas. The stage was handsomely decorated with palms, ferns, cut flowers, and the class and national colors. The crowd, an immense one, was orderly and in telligent. The exercises passed off pleasantly from beginning to end. Ev ery one was Satisfied and happy. It was a bright gathering. It showed progress and advancement. The plane of scholarship, as shown by the orar Hons, was highly creditable ftlike to faculty and students. The speaking was clear, brisk, and to the point. The following programme was ren-dered: Music, LaGrange Orchestra; music, "We Meet Again," Phreno Mole Quar tette, of Bereia; invocation, Rev. W. E. Lyon; music, "When the Day Fades," quartette; salutatory, "Character Greater Than Wealth," was delivered in a very pleasing manner by Ethel H. Clark; music, "A Medley," quartette omtion, "Concentrated Energy." by LeRoy A. Freeman, was full of thoughts properly composed and well rendered, which showed his full un fierstnnoing oi tne selection; music, orchestra; oration, "Decision," by Frank R. Wilkins, was one of the best on the program. He treated the sub ject in a philosophical manner, and pleaded for the cultivation of thn habit; music, "Juanita," quartet oration, "The Needs of Yesterday and To-Dny," by Charles E. McKisson, won the hearts of the audience by his nobl thoughts. His voice is full and rich and gives promise of great hchieve ments In the future; music, "The Jolly Blacksmith's Lay." quartette; Esther M. Dale w4 (valedictorian, and her theme. "One Unwavering Aim," was an interesting prodmeHon and was de livered in a grticeiful style, and should prove inspiring to all who heard it music, "Alma Mater,", quartette. In short address that should not be soon rorgonen, rroi. n. w. Merrlam pre sented the diplomas. Music, orchestra A. R. Webber, of Elyria, delivered helpful and inspiring address on th subject, "Onr Boys." He emphtislzed the need of a temperate life as a means of success, for in 'business life we must be strong In mind and body to perform the work that is before us, The man who is to win in the struggl of life Is he who can do honest, hard work, do it well, and stand it long. was an roble and scholarly discussion Music, "Until the Dnwn," quartette, Music, orchestra. BAKER'S CROSSING. Messrs. Anderson and Hockley had their hliy baled last week. Clnrenee Dirlum is the guest of his brother, 0. A. Dirlam, and family. Miss Mida Rowland, with her sister, Mrs. Tu'dium, of Nova, spent lust week with their sister in 'Ashland. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson and daughter, of Huntington, were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Sage, Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Beckley visited Mr. and Mrs. Byron llileuian in Sulli van recently. Miss Jennie Hurlebaus spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. II. Lauorie. She returned to Wellington Sunday even ing. Mrs. H. B. Stevick and Mrs. Shepard of Wellington, were recent guests at A. Laborie's. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Peet and little daughter, of Homer, were guests Kit E, n. I have been a sutleier from chronic iarrhoea ever since the war and have sed all kinds of medicines for it. At ast I found one remedy that has been ruccess as a cure, ard that is Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea W,0K nns Deen """'"IT l"e R,iup p. fi.rfo.hon. finnr. viit funeral of his wife. PITTSFIELD. Mrs. llaker visited friends in Norwalk ast week, Leland Avery, of Cleveland, was at iime over Sunday. Rev. Andes.of Oberlin, has accepted the position "as pastor of the Congre gational church. Mrs. Woodtird, of East Rochesiter, vis- HUNTINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. Richmond, of Indiana visited Mr. Walter Hull's ftimily a few days the past week. Fisher's Sunday. cut. A good literary program was pre sented snd well rendered". The singing by the brand new male quartette was very good. The occasion was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Young and her daughter, Franc, hlive moved buck to their place at the Center. Mrs. Rose, of Elyria, visited he. daughter, natlie, at Mr. C. Gifford's part of last week. Mr. G. J. Johnson returned home Saturday from a three weeks' sojourn In Illinois. There will be a school picnic at the Center Snturflay of this week. R. If. Kinnison, of Wellington, will deliver an address. Each school is expected to hlive a short literary program. A good time is expected. Rev. Andes will preach the memorial sermon In the Congregational church next Sunday. Memorial day will be observed with appropriate exercises. Messrs. Alton and Grant Pitts anil families spent Sunday with their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Pitts, In Wei lington. Mr. land Mrs. J. Hobbs, of Oberlin, visited at C. F. Avery's last Friday, Mr. and Mrs. iWm. White, Mrs. Jake White, Adam Beard and C. F. Avery were in Elyria Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Troerrel accom panied Mr. Clodiwick to his home in Watertown, N. Y., last week. Mr. Clod- La. For sale by Near & Wells. Mr. Clodwick, who has been visiting friends here since the funeral of his wife, returned to his home in Water- town, N. Y., accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Troerrell, last week. SULLIVAN. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet with Mrs. Kate Rioket. The election of officers for the ensuing yetar will take place on this occasion. Miss Lou Rodgers, from Cleveland, In Sullivan visiting her many friends and relatives. Rev. Howard Dennis, of Cleveland, was the guest of the people of Sullivan last week. He addressed the congre gation (it the Christian church in the evening of last Lord's day. He is n pastor who has spent the ibest of his life working In the Master's vineyard. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Grissinger at tended the commencement exercises at Spencer Friday evening. The even ing's entertainment wns exceptionally good. Five young gentlemen gradu- ted with high honors. One of the graduates was Charles Mann, second son of Frank Munn, Sr., who was a Sul- van hov. Mr. Orlando Johnson has improved his fnrm buildings by the addition of n ew barn roof. Some of our high school scholars ent fishing Thursday. We hear it re ported that a 13-pound catfish was their largest catch, Nextl The severe electrical storm last Tuesday night, which set fire to Mr. Charles Spencer's barn, burning the contents and barn to the ground, also set fire to the ltirge new 'barn of Anson Hyde's in three places. They were so fortunate as to extinguish the fire be fore any great damage was done. An son s garden is covered with the pine plinters which the lightning made fly. Mr. Spencer's loss is considerable, as t was insured very lightly. One great loss was the burning of all his gitain Mr. and Mrs. Streets were visiting W. E. Heichcl and family. Decoration day will be observed as usual here. The music is in the etli- clcnt hands of Mr. Joseph Gawar, School closes Friday. The scholars have a picnic planned for next Snt nrdny In the Parmely grove. A base ball game is under consideration for one of the drawing features. The Hoxwell class were notified on Monday that all who attended have ptissed with high honors.. , .The ROCHESTER. Dr. Dignan spent Saturday and Sun day with his parents in Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs. D. Phillips, of Clarks fleld. visited Mr. and Mrs. Solomon ted her brother's, Grant, and Alton Phillips, of this place, Saturday. itts and families part of last week. Miss Arda Barker, of Wellington, pent Sunday at Wm. Avery's. The ice cream supper and literary en tertainment under the auspices of the i. O. T. M. Friday evening wns well at tended, about one hundred being pres- is My ' TCOTii? If so, there must be some trouble with its Food. Well babies are plump; only the 1 sick are thin. Are you sure j the food is all right? Chil- J dren can t help but crow ; they must grow if their food nourishes them. Perhaps a mistake was made in the past and as a result the di gestion is weakened. If that is so, don't give the baby a lot of medicinet just use your every-day common sense and help nature a little, and the way to do it is to add half a teaspoon- tul ol SCOTT'S EMULSION j to the baby's food three or ' four times a day. The gain : , will begin the very first day j you give it. It seems to i correct the digestion and f gets the baby started right i I again. If the baby Is nurs- ing but does not thrive, then : the mother should take the emulsion. It will have a I good effect both upon the I mother and child. Twenty- live years proves this tact. 90c and If.ao. ll drugglsti. SCOrr 4 BOWNB. Clwmi.li, New York. cetablePrcparationfor As similating thc7oodandRetfula-tiriteSiomadisariiLBowclsQf Promotes KgeslioaClreiful ness and Rest.Con tains neither Optum.Morptitnc nor Mineral. NotNahcotic. lnfOUDrSJtttVUJtTCSIM Pmqbm Sml jHxJtnim Jtd Aocrfecf Hemedv for Constipa tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions , Fevensh aess and Loss OF SUER TacSimile Signature of KEW YORK. Ill For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears EXACT COPVOr WRAPPEB If 9 the .i Signaturejpr lM Use ill w . - $w ror uver Thirty Years mm u tin THK eiHTHUH OOMNHf. HtW VOBII OTTT, consists of the following members: Misses Helen Park, (Blanche Ililman, Hozena Park, Enola Eaton, Ethel Smith, Ethel MoAdoo, nnd Roy Du.Min. They expect to have a commencement soon. Orrin Lnshcl, of Wellington, with Alex. Justice, put in a day recently shooting. Nine cranes, one hawk and woodchuck were Inid low by their suns. Steve Cowie and Carl Hackus were in Wnkeman Sunday. Allie Battle, of Wellington, called on friends on our street. Sunday. Frank Richmond, of -Wellington, was at J. Hall's over Sunday. It. .7. Unckus land family visited at Mr. Fish's in White Fox Sunday. Elsie Eil wards was at home Sunday from Camden. Mrs. Barnum, of West Clarksfield, called on Mrs. liackus Saturday. Clarence Garriss, of Rochester, is getting to be. a frequent visitor on our street. Fred fiillctt etiims the champion ship on growing pigs. He recently sold one to Gott, of Wellington, which was seven months and thirteen dayi old and weighed 350 pounds. Who can class Uwm M . . - TIME TABLES. W. L. K. In effect Sunday, November 18,1808. WIST. Train No. 4 Pally. 10:2Bsm " 6 Dally (except Sunday.... . B JOpm Train No. 40 Local 10:04 a. m. EAST. rnln No. 1 Pal I v (ezecot Sunday!... 104 am Train No. 3 Dally 4:14pm Train No. 48 Local 8:16 a. m. 1IIO FOUR. Col. Gin. Ind.AStL.... i Dally Ht. L. Kx 27 Col. Ex V DhIIv Col. A Cln. Ex 10:(Kpra Local rrelitlit 1- 26 Wellington Ex. (Sunday only) XAKT. 2S Dally Col. & Clu. Ex 8:0im i (iiilllon Kx 8:11 am ii-I)iily Col. Ind. 4 8t L. Ex 1:08 pm We imton Kx 6:20Dm Dallv Col. Clu. 4 Ind. Ex 8:10 urn U Local FrelKb 5:'J0pm 0 WELLINGTON jfllMETS!) After a lapse of about three months, David Dny had another attack of his old complaint Ifcist Tuesdny. He is re covering slowly. The fnrmers are lilir. their surplus stock of liny this week. Mr. Willard "Welsher, of Iowa, is vis itimr relatives and friends of this place. ' Mr. E. Rowland has bought the W. E, Crandall property and will move into town next week. Mr. W. M. Phelps Jias moved into part of R. Potter's house Mr. John Brfiman, of Cleveland, vis- ted his brother, Mr. Samuel Braman over Sunday. Xfr. and Mrs. S. (Phillips spent Sun day in North Fairfield, O. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pifer visited her mother, Mrs. Krobs, in Lodl, O., over Sunday. Mr. Peasley and family, of Ilrigton were the guests of Mr. J. F. Beardslcy Sunday. y Mr. Willinm Dignan, brother of Dr. Dig-nan, of this place, returned from Culm Saturday evening. Mr. Dignan enlisted in the Eighth Ohio Cavalry last fall and was sent to Cuba. He was recently discharged, and Is on bis wny home in North Fairfield, 0. Mr. 'Dell Simons, of Cleveland, is visiting his mother, MrB. J. Porter, of this place. Miss Daisy Webb, of New London, O., came over on her wheel one day lust week and was the guest of Miss Josie Reardsley. Mrs. John 'Dagnan and her daughter, Mrs. flobishhw, of Wellington, were in town Saturday. Mrs. Anna Fisher, of Wellington, was the guest of her father, Mr. Henry P.nrnes, Sunday. Mr. Fred Rowland, of New London. 0 was in town Sunday. Mr. Oley Hnnley was home from Co lumbus over Sunday. Mii-s Julia Cotita, who has been work ing at dressmaking in Oberlin the past winter, has opened a shop on Norlh State tr1 in rhi place. Tha Ladles' Aid Society of the M. E church meets with Mrs. Mary Starron Friday, June 9. Cordial invitation to all. The Ladles' Aid Society of the Bap tist church meets with Mrs. Anna Ketchum on BuMes road June 8, lft)9. Cordial Invitation extended to all. There will be memorial services at the Baptist church next Sunday morn ing at 10:30 o'clock. Ail old foldlers are invited. Rev. A. H. Lash will de liver the a'ddress. Mr. Hubert Fisher, of Wellington, delivered a very able discourse to a large audience at 'the M. E. church on As the season of the year when pneu monia, la grippe, sore throat, coughs, cold, catarrh, bronchitis and lung trou bles are to be guarded ngainst, nothing is a fine substitute," "will answer the purpose, or is just as goal as Une Minute Cough Cure. That is the one infallablc remedy for all lung, throat or bronchial troubles. Insist vigorous ly upon having it if "something else" is offered you. DR. J. W. HOUGHTON. PLEASANT STREET. SPENCER. Rev. W. .7. Gray, who came from Michigan to preach the bncenlnurea'te sermon, mlule an all too short a visit to his former parishioners Jn Spencer, returning lust Tuesdny. The commencement exercises last Friday evening were very largely at tended. The town hall was crowded to its utmost and many went away. The performances were a brillinii't success Five young men formed the cljuss of T Corrected tvSry Wednesday Morntar Pavlns;. ' Ray pel ton Corn In ear, 70 lbs Cornaholled,56 tbs Oatnperbu ttye per du New wheat per bu nuiier.aairy, per a Hutter, creamery, per t Kirvs, per doz Honey, per lb .aro, per m olatoea per du Selling. Plonr per sack of 4Utbs Com Meal perewt cnop per cwr Ml.ldllnm per cwt Hran per cwt Oil Meal per cwt chki:ne makkkt. nilllng Prices Monday's Sales. Ohio State Flats Creamery Butter 09, and Spencer has jut reason to be We had ft light frost this morning proud of its schools. Receipts were nnd yesterday morning. $16. Quite a strong wind passed through The L. O. T. M. furnished the nluiiin here lust Tuesday, blowing down trees banquet Saturday evening, nnd all who nnd unroofing some small buildings. i iiimih iM The Leading Specialists of America I 20 YEARS IN OHIO, 250,000 Cured. WE CURE STRICTURE Thousands of young nnd middle-aged men are troubled with thin dimmse many uiioontwiouBly. They way have a smart ing sen nation, email, twisting Bt renin, shurn cuttinr nainsat timeit. fliahtdi- I charge difficulty in commencing, weak I organ it, em in?! linn, anl all thepymptom I I or nervous aooiniy iiiey nave hi iut I TURK. Don'tlatdootorHuxtwrimcnton you, by cutting, stretching, or tearing you. This will not cure you. aBtt will re turn. Our NKW MKT HOD TKfclAT MtiNT absorbs the stricture tiHtme; hen on removethestricturepornian'ntly. Itean never return. No ittin,uo suffer ing, do dutcntion from b urinous by our method. TbeHexualorgansnrestrongdi oned. The nerves are invigorated, and I the bliss of manhood returns. WECURE GLEET Thousands of young and middle-aged men are having their sexual igor and vitality continually pupped hy thin dis ease. They are frequently unconscious ot the oauiw ot mew prmpiomt, uunorai Weakness, Unnutnrtu Discharges, Fail ing Manhood, Nervousness, l'oor Mem ory, rri lability, at time Smarting Hen nation, Sunken Kyes, with dark circles, Weak Bark, Uenornl Depression, Lack of Ambition, Varieoeolo, Hhrunken Parts, ete. (1LKLT and KTR1CTUHK may be the caue. Don't consult family doctor, as they have no experience in these special diseases don't allow Uuacksto experiment on you. Consult rTpeciiilists, who have made a life study of Diseasesorfcn and Women, UurMiW MKTHOD TREATMKN'f will posi tively euro you. Une thousand dollars for a cose wo accent for treatment and oannotcura. Torm moderate for u cure. CURES GUARANTEED We trent ind care: EMISSIONS, VAKIOICKIX RYl'HIMS, UI.KKT. BTKICTUHK. IMPOTKNCY, SF.CKKT DRAINS. DNNATUKAMHSni Aim ES. Kl UNKV smi HLAH1KII blumm. CONSULTATION FUUK. HOOKS FRKH if uiibIiIk to cull, write for QUKSTTON 1ILANK for 110MK TKBAlMIiNT. 1 Kennedys Kergan 247 SUPERIOR STREET, CLEVELAND, O. participated were highly pleased. The literary program which preceded the supper w(is very interesting and profit able. David Monosmith showed mark ed nls'lity as toastinnster, nnd the oe- casion wns a very successful one every way. Kev. J. II. nhickhurn will preach th memorial sermon May 2S. All soldier with their fltimilies are requested to he present, gathering in the anteroom and march into the church, sitting to. gether In the center pews. The meeting for making arrange menis for Decoration day showed more than usual interest, especially by civilians. Arrangements are made for a good celebration. An invitation ha been extended to all the children in the township to come and assist. The la dies are 'to meet at the ha 11 at nin o'clock to make wrflalhs and bouquets, and any one having flowers is request cd to send them there. The exercises begin at one p. m., when the procession will form at the hall and march to the cemetery. After the exercises there, proceed to the 'M. E. church, where t'upt. McLcllan, of Wooster, will deliver the address. Hev. .T. II. Mackbnrn will attend ministerial conference at Burbfrnk the coming week. 'Mrs. Illockbiirn nnd children luiv gone to Crestline to spend a couple of weeks. The dnmnge by the storrn last TueS' day wns considerable. The farm of Mrs. Solomon Dimock was severely visited 17 apple trees rooted up, fences torn down, etc. Mr. llradly lalso suf fered. The tower to the M. E. church was struck by lightning and various other pluses show the effects of the storm. 1'. Rullerton, of Lodl, was in Spence Wednesday in the Interest of the Ohio Farmers' Insurance Co,, in which the diuroh is insured. Miss Georgia McDowell, at Seville, 8:88 am 1:08 pm f :20 pm 11:00 am SUM am t 60 35 S5 8N 50 n 12 21 11 1 00 1 oo 1 ou 90 w 1 40 SHERIFF'S SALE. J. W. Smith vs. James Serage, et al.. In Loral n county, 0, Court ot Common Fleas Case No. SB. KtierlR's sate on order ot sale. In Durtuance (it an order ot sale Issued from the Court of Common Flas, within snd (or the enmity of Lorain and state of Ohio made nt the Fntiruitry term thereof, A. I). !WI, and in iiKid reeled, i mve ev en UDon ana will offer for g.ile st public auction at the north dnnrof the court hoimn, In Elyrla. on Satur day. MaviT. A. D. I'M, between the hours of in and II o clock, a.m , of suld day, the follow ing described real extato, towlt: hltuiitl in the v site of we nzton. coun ty of Lorain and state of Ohio and known si bet iik lot number five (.") and thirty three (IS) leel off from the west aide of lot number four (4 in block number live (f) extend nil back the lull leneth of aald lot number (our (4) In u. ij. waoHworurg aivision oi tne incorpo rated village of Wellington. Hld premises have been appraised at twen ty five hundred (IZVKl.mil dollars and cannot ell for leas than two-thirds of said appraisement. Terms of Sale, cash on day of sale. W. II. Warden. Sheriff of Lnraln eonntv. O. J.T. Haskell, Attorney (or Palmer Steadraaa. c NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of J. II. Woolley, deceased. The undersigned has been appointed and 3UHllfled as ailmlnlairator of the estate of . II. Woolley. late of Lorain county, deceased. Dated this Uth day of May, A. D., m. J. W. Houghton. Administrator, visited Spencer commencement time. John Nestor and wife, of NorwaJk, were at A. T. Van's over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. liichter, or Lodl, visited relatives here last week. Mrs. Maun and son and daughter, of Sullivan, were at Will Fulk's Friday. Solon Tucker, of Wellington, was in town a couple of dnys last week. Mrs. Kmma Ketcham, of Lorain, spent the Sabbath M C. W. lAldrlch's. J. J. Hair Is seriously sick again. 11. Freeman is having a serious time with a carbuncle in his hand, being unable to attend to business. If you have a cough, throat irrita tion, weak lungs, pain In the chest, dif ficult breathing, croup or hoarseness, let us suggest One Minute Cough Cure. Always safe and reliable. ) DR. J. W. HOUGHTON. Happy is the man or woman who can ent a good hearty mcul without suffer ing afterward. If you cannot do it, take Kodul Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what yon eat and cures all forms of dyspepsia snd Indigestion. . . DB. J. W. HOUGHT05.