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opiates. Sold by and wage- pat- white y ln ROCHESTER The remains of Mra. Sarah Shank who died last week were brought to this place for burial on Friday. Mrs. Mattie Porter and son Elmer visited her aunt and sister In Nova last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Albert Balrd entertained three of their cousins from jFitchv'lle, Sunday. i Mrs. Carl Andres Is visiting in Ashley. | Mrs John Beardsley is on the sick list. I Mrs. Stella Serage of Wellington Is spending a few days at J Beardley's. The Rochester bacjl will give a lawn fete at Lewis Barnes' Saturday night, ice cream will be served. The Epworth league will hold a business meeting at the home of Henry Barnes, Jr., next Friday evening Dr A. L Garrison of Sullivan was Nienstedt of lowaww Taylor on, Saturday afternoon at- tn | g week instead of last as an- (nounced last week. M rg Wallace Day of Wellington to Mrs Nienstedt of Iowa spent one a y i ast wee ] c at Henry Barnes' Sr. Mr and Mrg w Scranton and little ot Delphos spent one week visit- viola- | nR relatives In this place to Mr and Mrs Pred Thompkln, Mr in and Mrs D Burke and children of Photo- |Buttenult rl(1ge and Mrs John C hap- a n d , j r a a n n n d Bon ot Huntlngton, visited Geo choats' last Sunday. Benjamin Marshall is very 111. 1 having had three strokes of paraly- ] as (. -wee^, B u r t Parker o f Colllnwood and was ca iied to this place last Thurs- per-' a y O n,nccount of the severe Illness | her mother Mrs P. Schade Mrs and p k e r was accompanied by her cou- the Mrs Harper of Collinwood and San i aun t Mrs. Perkins of Cleveland to Mrs Schade being much Improved, and Mrs Parker and cousin left for their homes Monday. Mrs Perkins will remain with he sister for a time eating | Mr Burr Coats has been very 111 the past week and a council of phy- was held last Thursday. We of are glad to report that he is now much better, Mr and Mrs. Norman Pond of and Mrs Dave Day over Sunday. Mrs C Church of Wellington one day with her sister Mra Crapo last week. Mrs Addle Ledyard la visiting father W M Crandall at Seville week. Mr Dell Simmons of Cleveland spent a few days with his mother last week. Will and DeForest Ward spent Sunday with their parents. The M E Harnionlal Society will be held at the home of J P Friday this week Does evil still, your whole life fill? Does woe betide? Your thoughts abide on suicide? You need a pill! Now for prose and facts--DeWltt's Little Early Risers are the most pleasant and reliable pills known today. They never gripe. Sold by all druggists. GRAFTON Quarterly meeting was held at M. 1'J. church Sunday. All Sunday schools in Lorain uounty are invited to attend the nir held at Linwood Thursday, J ar,. The Ladies' Aid society of the E. churi'h will serve supper in the basement of the church Wednesday, J u l v 23. -Mrs. A. Boeso of Elyria anad O r i n Skiinif-r and daughter B u f f a l o were guests of Mrs. Brjden and Miss Buder Thursday. Miss liensing entertained Mr. Sholcmnn of Clevelanad Sunday. Mrs. J.imes Robson and children of Bellefountaln are visiting relatives and friends in Grat'ton. The Misses Sheldon entertained Miss Hauck of Beattle Sunday. Mrs. Emily and Mrs. O. M visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Buell of Ponfleld Friday. Miss Mary Chamberlain returned from Elyria Monday, bringing her cousin R u t h Chamberlain spend some time with hem. TK FAMOUS YELLOW DOG New York, June 23.--The Mutual Life Insurance company, through legal department served the complaints in its two suits against Andrew C. Fields, the former superintendent

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