The Daily Herald from Delphos, Ohio on December 6, 1898 · Page 8
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Delphos, Ohio
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Tuesday, December 6, 1898
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STOVES] 5TOVES! At Delphos Hardware Co. All that is desirable in Heating Cooking, Stoves and Ranges, At Extremely Low Prices. ©! ©. Lamps. Lamps. Finest Collection Ever Brought to Town, Just the Thing for a Christmas Gift. NEW DESIGNS. Oetll £t:ncl Soo, Delphos Hardware Co. 'Phone 76. C. W. MOOTS. Physician and Surgeon. c J is Block, over ("ommfrcial Rank. ML--:- hour? -,- :o 11 a ::... . t» -4 and 7 to > p. m. ;n KoivM'i: ci>'.:a;."e, cor. 4th and PRISONERS SENTENCED, Jos. Herron Goes to the Penitentiary For 12 Years. Country Butter. : LJ = Clean as a Pin, j School of Dress Cutting Just Enough Fat to Make it, fin l_ Goa i n Buildin 9- Good. ALONG WITH Chase & Sanborn's Cele-i brated Coffees, AIDED BY Buckwheat Cakes SOAKED IN Pure Maple Syrup, The kind we sell, Is Fit For a King. Call us by 'Phone and tell us what you want. You'll get it. Tailor Wade Suits a Specialty. Holiday Novelties, For Mother, Sister or Wife. See Them. • J. H. Zimerle. BOTTLED MILK. MORNING DELIVERY. Our milk is treated by the latest process of cooling and aerating, and immediately bottled and Cutting and fitting done on short order. Also Ladies' Coats and Jackets altered r.ud repaired. . TILiLdE Room 6, FISHER BLOCK. !&* CASSON & SEVITZ. TUESDAY EVENING. DEC. 6. 1S9S. Weather Prediction. Snow, turning to rain; warmer; high southwest to west winds. Bargains in holiday toys at Wagners, dwtc Regular meeting of the council this evening. Extra low prices in groceries, at Moennig's. tf Call and see our holiday goods. King Bros. 37-ti The K. of P. lodge will elect officers sealed. Free from dust and dirt. Wednesday evening. Judge Richie passed sentence on a number of prisoners X'ouday morning. Edtnond Richards was the first to appear in judgment. He had plead guilty to bnrgiaiizing Heath's store at Lafayette. The court gave him only ten years. Tfce prisoner was glad he was not bung. It was merely to reform him. H. F. Long, who plead guilty to forgery, drew 135 days in Columbus, to reform him. Anna tjuaintance loved not wisely but too well. She has two husband and it cost her a year. Frank Riley drew a year as a reward for being a burglar. Court thought he didn't mean it but was drunk, and let him down easy. David Davis, who was Riley 's pal. got more of it. He tried to shield Riley and got five years for his attempted good turn. Davis criid. Bartley Stroger got a bunch ol five years for assault with intent to kill He asked for mercy, claiming he didn't strike first. Court told him he had been up before and ^ave him five years. Last came Joseph Herron, charged of assault with intent to commit rape. Herron pleaded for leniency and said he had never been in trouble before. Court said that was true, but hiscrime was revolting, and he would give him twelve years, within three years of the limit. I, 0. 0. F. SLEEP, PEACEFUL SLEEP, Tenderlj/the Remains of Mrs. Fisher Were Laid Away. Loving; Tribute Paid to Her Worth l>y Her Pnstor, llev. The Funeral. Grand display ol toys at Wagner's. Try it. We carry skimmed and sour milk. Cottage cheese. GIVE US AT.IAL OUR MILK IS BOTTLED. PELTIER HKOS. OR. H. /V\. VIEL, Dentist. Graduate of University of Hichigan. Office, Over Commercial Bank. Office hours—.> to 1^ ami 1 to ~i. Mrs. Joseph Hoelderle.of S'juth Cl&y street, it- critically ill. We beat them all on prices fur hoi- day goods. Wagni-r's. dwtc Result of the Electi n For Officers of Grand Encampment. Qtieensware at coat prices, at Moen. nig's. tf See the elegant lino of holidRy g'<ods at King Bros.' new pharmacy, tf TO Cl'KK A COI.O IN ONK DAY Tnko Uaxsilivi- Hrnmo Quinino TnMota. AH liniKKi""' ri'fiiiul immoy if it fnilfl to euro. 2r>o. Tho Bomiino Ims L. H. Q. on ouch tnblet, tf POPULAR MAN GONE, Any old thing that has runners is filling a long felt want. Enplen bus b^en grunted an increase of pens-ion, .ffi to sfS. Buckwheat cakes now in order. Get Lang's buckwheat Hour of your grocer, tf _ I . ^.^ t , Call and see us at our new store, • • feSlllltrl, north of Jeuinghotl"d clothing store. King Bros., pharmacists. 37-tf Dentist. Graduate of University of Mary- | Anyone desiring to learn telegraphy ! will be solicited in this line by leaving Rooms U ami 4, ITifhcr Block. Si-con'] Flour. ' i jj IT i name and address at HKKAI.IJ othce. Mrs. J. T. Brown royally enter- tainea Mis*« Jennie Arthur and the P. (». girls at a chicken pie dinner last evening. F. C. Garrett, Grand Scribe, has announced the eif-etiot) of the follo'vii g officers of the Grand Encampment, of I. O. O. F. The entire vme j' the subordinate lodge in not yet in hut enough has been received to assures re suits. The ofTL-ei>-e!r- ( 't a r p .Grand Patriarch, W. N. Mundo, of Forest ; Grand High Priest, John A. Garver, of Toledo ; (irand Senior Warden, A. R. Miocker, of Miamisburg ; Grand Junior Warden, M. B. Evers. of Van Wert ; Grund Scribe, F. C. Garrett, of Das ton. f 're elected; ; Grand Treasurer. J. H. Hart, nf Cincinnati ; (irand Kepre.-erj-a'.ive, \\'. H. Beebe, of Ravenna. /j\ GEORGE S *P Pliyaii.-7.tiii ar {ft lioouiR 1 and L'. .Si (R Bl'jck, Cor. Maiu <IS W/EGER, \l/ hurio-on. \l/ v!/ mil I-lmir, I-'itihor v)/ U<! St'CtjUi-i St^. iM — OKKICIC I It'll Mo 11.a. m. - to * p. rn. Clean Towels. Sharp Razors. A Good Shave. to'.'p.m. *' Local weather prophets who have i^eg^g* since the middle of last August been predicting "the coming of winter," are now smiling Hugely. Constipation prevents the body from ridding it-e.f o: waete matter, De! Witt's Littie Kisriy Ki.-er, remove 1 the trouble ar.d ,• ire ,-ick Heedache, i Biliousness. Liver and clear the Complexion. .Small, sugar coated, don't gripe or cause nausea. King Bros. tf The M. E. church was crowded this morning by friends who assembled to witness the last rites over the remains of Mrs. Aaron Fisher, and attest their appreciation of her worth. The cortege reached the church at 11:IU1 o'clock. Rev. J. W. Holland, of Fremont, could not be present, as had been arranged, to assist the pastor. A quartette . of voices, Messrs. Gurney Sorrels, Jesse Ernsberger, John Krieft and Cloyd Hunt rendered beautiful selections, including one that Mrs. Fisher had requested should be sung at her funeral. Rev. Biggs' text was taken from Revelations, second chapter and tenth verse: "Be Thou Faithful Tnto Death and I Will Give Thee a Ciown of Life." The words of the Saviour embodied in the verse, were favorite ones of the deceased, and in which she found an all satisfying comfort in her last hours. She was indeed faithful unto death, and she has received a crown and entered upon life everlasting. The words of the servant of God were more a heart to heart talk than a sermon. His delineation of her character was given in a manner that touched a responsive chord in the heart of everyone who knew her in life, but who were unable to express their appreciation of her worth in adequate terms. No more beautiful, far reaching and merited tribute could be paid to the life of anyone than was framed in the words of Rtv. Biggs in speaking of Sister Fisher. The cortege left the church at 12 :30 o'clock, and the remains were conveyed to Walnut Grove cemetery, followed by the sorrowing relatives and friends, where the last earthly rites were performed and the body consigned to earth. The pall bearers'were D. E. Baxter, Jr., Thos. Rice, F. W. Baker, T. B. Sevitz, Dr. C. C. Bliss and W. H. Strahlem. The floral offerings were very beautiful. There was a wreath of roses and carnations from the Lima Lodge of Elks. From the children a pillow of roses and carnations on which was the word Mother. A pillow of roses, feres and carnations whith the words At Rest, was presented with the sympathy of P. Scbuck, Mr. and Mrs. Hohenbrink, Mr. and Mrs. Eckenhorst. W. Flanagan, F. Reinemeyer, Mr. Grote, T. Ludwig and T. Welsh. There was a spray, of chrysanthemums from her brothers and sisters, spray of rosee and carnations from the K.of P. Lodge, bouquet of geraniums and smilax from her grandchildren, a spray of roses and chrysanthemums from Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Baxter, and a spray of white roses from Mrs. E. E. Rogers, of Lima. County Clerk and Mrs. U. M. Shappd, M. J. Sullivan, Miss Etta G. McKenzie and Miss Ida M. Ritzier, employes of the Clerk's office, presented a spray of roses. Among the many present from abroad at the funeral were: Mrs. Jennie NeS and daughter, Mrs. Mauk and family. Mrs. J. N. Haller, Sheriff E. A. Bogart, County Treasurer A. Luu, County Cltrk I'. M. Shappel, Auditor Philip Walther, Recorder A. Harrod, Probate Judge T. D. Robh, Commissioner Geo. Kaoawl, Neil! Roush, Louis Kocb, Howard P. Wil- i I liamsoh, Marion Watt, Ed. Cunning- j him. George Felt/., Geo. Humston, ! John Kifsel, Jas. Langan, Abe. Frinic- i el.A. D. Miller, Wilbur Fisir, J. N I Hut'.-hinsoQ, from Lima; Mrs. A. E. Swii.ehart, Bluffton ; A. Mauk and ! family, S; encerville ; S. Foster «i,d fami'y, H. Foster and family, Wtii Veach and daughter, Frank Rid<-nour. Mirs Lena Manehip, Win. Manship and Mrs. A. Ham ley, Middle Point; James Hawk and wife, \Vrn. Fisher and wife, Lafayette ; Mrs. G. Swinehart, Harrod ; aud Mr. and Mrs. G. Lauer, Van Wert. Ed. Senring has gone to Lima to enter the ollico of Leland it Roby to study la.v. John Clement and John Kroeger heve opened n cignr factory in the Moennig room, e st of the National Bank. The fifty-fourth annual session of the Northwestern Ohio Medical Association will be held in Lima on Thursday and Friday of this week. King Bros, new pharmacy is the place. A pood smoke, fine perfumes, pure drugs. Como in and see us. Prescriptions carefully compounded, tf Minnie Si ult ?., of Lima, was granted a divorce from her husband, who deserted he>' «'•"<• <; ; x -vt-eks. She was 14 and he IS ,. >..irt. of age when they were married. News of the Death of Mr. Pierce Came As a Shock. Wax Sitting In a Cliulr RpndiiiK a NewupB- pi>r Wlu'ii Hie Sudden Summons Cnine. M. E. Longsworth's harness shop and carriage repository now occupies two rooms, the one recently vacated by Ray's grocery being utilized as a carriage display room. When you a*k for De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve don't accept a counterfeit or imitation. There are more cases of Piles being cured by this than all oth- eis combined. King Bros. tf F. & A. M. Members are requested to be present at ti e regular communication Wednesday evening, Dec. 7th, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. J. D. LUDWIG. W. M. We are informed ou good authority that a new company is being organized to erect an electric light plant here next spring, and that two 150- borse power gas engines will be used to generate power. An experienced electrician is at the head of the movement. The anti-imperialist league has sent out postal cards for the signatures of legal voters, which will be presented to the president and congress protesting against the extension of the sovereignty of the United States over the Philippine Islands in any event, or other foreign territory, without tho free consent of the people thereof. Watson R. Cook wns the first white 0'iild brought to Van Wert county, in 1S37. He opened a grocery at Van Wert after the war, but went to Cripple Creek when the gold mines were discovered there. Being unsuccessful he went to Texas. He returned to Van Wert a few weeks ago broken down in health and died of consumption. Harmon Buseert, one of the em- ploye? at the Can Works, was engagf d in cleaning a fire pot this morning when the ga»oline in the pot laught tire and the burning liquid set fire to the work bench. A Babcock extinguisher from the Fire Department was secured but the blaze was almost extinguished by a few buckets of water before it arrived. Snow Bound. Owing to the T. & 0. C. train bo- ing late our telegraphic service failed to reach us from Columbua to-day in time for use. The s*me thing occured yesterday, the train arriving at Dunkirk too late to make connection with the Pennsylvania train. Our readers will please b^ar with us until the deficiency in the tiain service is corrected. LODGES. KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS. K. of r. Dolphce Lodge No. l;«t, incuts every Wodnesl day evening tu C'nstlc- ti.ui, M tlo block. TranJ siunt momberd in tlio city arc invited to attend] D. K. Baxter, Jr., C. 0., U. b. MoCullough, K. < H. 8. M. 3. Uathboiio Bistort; Crtwcent temple, No. EH)I Meet* every Tneml&y tjveuini* at '• :*) o'clock Visiting tuombert aro i'urd.:Uiy in-ited; Mr Mollio Spencer, M h C , iln, Faunfo MeCo lough, M of H C. 4-188 MASONIC BODIES. HEAVY FINE. Paid By William Bryan, Who W.ll Remove to Toledo. Annual election of officers of the Koyal Arcanum, Tuesday evening. All oifmherH are requested to be present. J, K Fait, Regent. 21 Regular meeting of St. Eli/.nbeth's benevolent Society at C., K. of A. hall ' Wedne^diy afternoon at '2 :3n o'clock. All members are urged to be present. W. C. Huff. Now at the old (.'LOVER LEAF burlier shop. First door north of Fnuikvn- berg's. You are invited to call. The Kathbone Sisters'social will be held at the home of Mrs. A. F. Schmueckle, on south Jefferson street, Wednesday afternoon. All ladies are i n vi t ed. 21 Holiday toys, half price. Wagner's. The tO"vn of K'ida was entirely cut off from the outside world yesterday by the heavy snow breaking down the telegraph aud telephone lines, both lious of the latter entering the burg being down, and freight trains were held for hours, being unable t,o get orders. Mrs. Alexander K. Mullen, of Van Wert, while on her way to the Baptist church Sunday night became ill. Her daughter assisted her to the steps of the Church of Christ and called for help, but it came too late as the women was d^ad. Heart disease was the cause. "Faust" Coming. C'huH. A. Hood has arrange 1 with Richard Lambert, Manager of "Fauci," to bring bis great scenic and electrical production here on Friday, J)ec. | 1<>, with Porter White in the role uf j i''MepListo." This is said to he the | mo'-t instructive and entertaining pUy [ on the American Stage, and should be attended by all who enjoy a dramatic j treat. The press throughout the country has pronounced thin to be a production of a very high order. The company, which is an excellent one, should he greeted with an o • ing houc.e. Luna (!ii:i-ti<-: Monday morning Mayor Prophet overruled the motion for a i<ew trial in the case of Win. Hryan. found guilty of running a house of ill fame, and asnefsed hia fine at flOO, which, with thecoats, amounted to -f loXHO, which Bryan paid. He h»H discontinued the European Hotel and will remove to Toledo. VOTE FOR JUDGE. In thiH, the Third Common Pk-aa Dibtrict, FUrBt Subdivision. I.ate to bed and early to rise, pro- j pnre» a man for his home in the ski«s. j But early to bed and a Little Early Riser, the pill that makcn life longer and better and wiser. King Bros, tf Capt. Verne Caldwell, of the regular army, was married to Miws Lulu Noble, of near Hpencerville. Mr. Caldwell is a graduate of Weut Point and will be stationed in Arizona. I'liirnlity •'I'i'iiii 11 .V.i-l lCnb. U, IVJ'.I. ITurm lic'(,'in- R. B. F. Pierce, Ex-receiver of the Clover Leaf, breif mention of whose death was made yesterday, suddenly died at his home in Indianapolis, Ind., Monday morning at 8 :30 o'clock while sitting in achair reading a newspaper. Deceased made many friends during his term with the Clover Leaf. He quickly became popular with all his subordinates, who came toad mire him alike for his qualities aa a citizen and a railroad man and for his courteous treatment of those under him. Mr. Pierce, who was about 55 years of age, was born in Crawfordsville, In<l., where hn ruceived his education, attending the college at that city. He studied law and after being admitted to the bar practiced in his nr.tiv« town for some years. He first became connected with the railroad world as attorney for the Indiana, Bloomington, & Western. Some time later he became trustee of the Indiana, Decatur & Western aud at the time of his death was manager of that road. Three years ago Mr. Pierce was appointed receiver of the Clover Leaf, a position which he had just resigned, the resignation taking effect on Thursday last. He was a widower, leaving two children, Mrs. R. J. Hughes, of Indianapolis and a son, Edward Pierce, manager of the National Head light company of Indianapolis. Mr. Pierce served in congress and was at one time a leader in Indiana politics. SHOP AND KAIL. The October report of the Clover Leaf has been filed in the federal court. The total receipts wore $490,327.78 and the disbursements ir'4-14,170.% leaving a balance on hand of $52,4:56.82. The Clover Leaf employes have received notices with their edges neatly trimmed with a black border announcing the death of D. D. Davis who was auditor of the ro-id for eleven years. r m A A • Nl • tlove Lodge, No. 214. F A A M. Stated me. ings ilret and third \V eduoaday of each mont imitated brethren cordially invited. J. D| Ludwig, W. M. }. H. Cowdin, Seo'y. 3-162 R. A. M. The regular convocation of Delphos Chapt_, No. 106, Uoyal Arch Masons, will be held »n thj first Monday of each month at 7:3U. VUitio oompanionB always, welcome. J H ' owdtn, H K W Hastings, 8»c. R.A S. M. DelphoB council, No 72 H A B M moots fonrtij Tuesday evening in each mouth at Masonic Ha Vieitin« companions cordially Invited G Bliss,T I M; J K Fast, Heo O. K.8. Dolpbos chapter. No 26 O B S meeU »t Uasonit Hall tiie second and fourth Friday evening! ii each month Visiting members made welcoml Mrs M E Longsworth, W M; Mrs W M Mil barn,Secy. niiiK ni-cuml Mouduy in January, l-'.''.i. TOPICS OF TRAVEL Mr.- 1 . Roby was in Lima : ast evening. Mis> Lillie Arthur returned to Lima yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Berryman returned this morning fr m a visit in Spiincerville. Mr. j . Marie Jettinger returned this morning from a visit, in Spencerville. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Lea Sure left this morning for their home at Lancaster, 0. C. Sherger, Herman Goette and E. L. Stallkamp were in Van Wert to-day on business. Rev. W. H. Leatherman, pastor of Grace M. E. church at Lima, was in the city to-day. Krhart Elchert, who has been vigit- ing at the home of L. A. Best, r turned to his home at X w Reigel. Marion township Treasurer John Herlihy was in Lima yesterday to make settlement with the SoIJier's Relief Commission. RUSHMORE. Rrsii.MoiMc, O., Dec. ;j, 1S9S. C. L. Ganny i/s in a critical condition at this writing. A gun shot wound in the thigh in the year 'G5 is the cause of his present trouble. One of the worst kind of old time sbakeups took place Saturday evening at the hi'tnn of David Hum. James Good and bride catne to stay over .Sunday. While this happy couple weie calling on thi-ir many frieuds in town, the boys were gathering up horn?, bells and everything possible to make a noise with and at (> p in 12;") boys and men marched down, and what they did to Junas was a great plenty. Jeukin Williams WH.H captain. Overcome evil with good. Overcome your coughs and coldn with One Minute Cough Cure. It is so good children cry for it. It cures croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe and all throat and luug diseases. King Bros. "The Mountain Hero" will not appear here on Dec. Kith, the company having closed at Toledo. White's company in "Faust' 1 is booked for an engagement here next week. The following table nhows the vote for Common Pleas Judge in this nub- diviftion : iJi-iii. KI>II. Doin. 'I'liiiniii^liiim. IMutt ingly. !Ann>-tronif. All.'i, 4,.|yi ;;,ij'.i;) 4,1 In AiiKlm/... ... :i,r,l l.-. r i7 :i,22' - . .Mi-lr.T II.U'lll 1,711^ H.l'.ll Hli.-lliy H.7-.1 -." 4 - -•'•''''•' VBU V.Vit. U.ia) H.M li,^iK> To reduce stock of groceries low prices will be made at Moennig's. tf I'lify i:«'.s;:ci> m.s viorUM. Iii Chiiiii tin- faith in heredity it sc -tr->HH that \vlnii a "habitual criuii- iiiil" is captured they not only cut him into small pL-ct'S, hut put all his HOUJ und <.'nuj<l.-.(!jj.-; : (J ikntii. The Cek-stials eviili-ntJy l.i.lii'vo that t'nilh without wurk.s is (U':id. — Bn=tcm Globe. In Miinituliii y<m c:ui turn a furrow lUu niili'.i ituj- and not C'licnuntcr a stone as largi 1 an your list. Thu earth, for a di.itiiiicu ilowu from thruu to livo feet, JH a rich, black Joam, made by oi'iiturius and centuries of duouyiug veg- statiuu. I. O. O. F. BODIES. I. O. O.F. Okonoxy Subordinate Lodpo, No. 201, meet- in tlm i. U. O. F. Hull, north Mnin stroot, ovori l-'ri ;.iy evening, at 1 o'clock, standard time! Vi.-itinR members a,r iiait-d to attend oul meetinBB. J. F. Irick, .. >. ,J. T. Uavia. Pen nianont Secretary, Jonn H. Judkin*. HocordinJ Secretary. D.OF R. Bernico Lodge No 343 meot§ at the I O O Uall every second and fourth Wednesday e ratings of oach month. Visiting member* are ooi dially invited to meet with as. Mrs Anna Ma N.G. Mro. Lizzie Stomon. Bee Seo'y 8" CATHOLIC ORDERS. C. K. Of A. Hall over J. H. Wahmhoff's drng store, Mail street. Regular meotiug night, second and fonrtl Tuesday «vening of oach month. Social meefl ings, Tuesday and Friday evenings of eacl week, also Sunday afternoon, 4 to 6. Eroth« Knights are invited to attend. J H Wahmhol Pros. J. H. Qladen, oec'y. TO. V-88 A Chance for the Boys. A charming maiii of eighteen yean With a very rich pnpa, Would like to meet a nice young man Who wants a raother-in-law. She isn't very hard to suit, In fact au easy mark, And jtiet the kind of a jolly girl That young men like to spark. Sho has a Bomowhat rocuish eye And a wealth of golden curls. Ami you can bet your bottom cent That she is one of the girls. She w ants a man who dresses well And always keeps quite neat By patronizing the TROY LAUNDRY, And sometimes washing his feet. It doesn't matter about the wealth, She doesn't care for rocks, Just so he keeos his collars clean And sometimes changes socks. Sho lives on Prohibition street And never rushes the can ; Her last name is a Cracker Jack, But the lirst is Mary Ann. Her daddy keeps a loaded cane And a bull dog in the yard, Which makes the chance for meeting her Perhaps a trifle hard. But sail right in my gay young lads And catch her if you can ; But don't forgot to patronize And Molican Washee Man. Respectfully yours, J. J. A Young Girl's Experience. >f.v daughter's nerves were terribly out o<| order, she-, was thin and weak; the least noiseL startled her, und she was wakeful at ni^ht.l Heforeshe had taken one package of C'eleryl Kiii^r the rlnuitfe in her wus so great that she! could hardly lie taken for the same girl. Shel is rapidly growing well and strong, her com-l plexion is perfect, and she sleeps well every I night.—Mrs., Brush Valley, Pa.1 Celery King for the Nerves, Stomach, Liverl and Kidneys is sold in 25C. and 50c. packagesl by druggists and dealers. 4 CHAPTER OFFICERS, Royal Arch Masons Elect ThemJ For the Yer. Delphos Chapter, No. 10"j, R. A. M., elected the following oflicers for the! year LSKD, Monday evening : H. P.—D. E. Baxter. King—J. D. Ludwig. S.-ribe—E. L. Morton. C. of H.—J. E. Fast. P. S.—J. H. Cowdin. R. A. C.—G. G. McCoy. Master H.I V.— F. W. Baker. Master '2 I V —D. V. Gasson. Master 1st V.—A. L. Fisher. Treasurer—W. F. Mills. Secretary—E. W. Hastings. Guard—W. C. llankinn. The installation will take place at 'he first convocation in January. Lima Lodge of Elks Monday turned over to the Lima Hospital fund $800, the proceeds of an entertainment. The most complete line of holiday ever brought to Delphos is to be seen at King Bros.' new store. 37-tf lie Easy Food "\m Easy to Buy, A Easy to Cook, $% Easy to Eat, Easy to Digest. ^uaker Oats —^ At all grocers k in 2-lb. pkgs. only

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