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THE ENTEltPUISE WEDNESDAY. MARCH 16.
The value of Goodger & Co.'s Shoes Curtail anil Drapery Department Is so fully known and their reputation bo well estab lished that statements concerning their quality and de sirable features are almost superflous. In point, of quality , These shoes are unsurpassed. During this season we will make our sales espec ially attractive by offering fresh and seasonable goods at prices that will commend attention. Ladies, see our 6hoes and prices before you pur chase. A full line of the ? Famous 'Labette" Shoes always on hand SERAGE,the Shoe Man. PORTIERES. Lace Curtains, Mulls and Drapery Silks open Friday morning, March 18; and in connection we shall show a full line of BUGS. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Lent. Genuine March weather. Thursday is Bt. Patrick's day. Head the mayor's proclamation. Spring poetry is being received. Who will be the candidates for mayor? A new mayor Is' to be elected this spring. Every elector should be on band at the caucus. Shall we vote to appropriate money for a new Jail? ' Very little real estate Is changing bands In the county. - Clover seed is good property to have In stock Just at present - Very few business changes are reported to take place April I. There appears to be sufficient money on hand to supply the trade. . The Daniel Williams property will be sold Saturday, March 19. The Park and Cottau hotels will change landlords April 1. rimden comes to the front with can didate for county eotuintssloner. Mall has to be carded twenty-one miles from here before it reaches Huntington. Warm sugar at the 0. A. It ball Setur- day evening, March 14, by the Sons of Veterans. The firemen on the W. ft. L. E. have pe titioned the powers that be for an Increase in wages. Our correspondent will please mail their communications as early as possible on Monday. Just hold your bresth-lbe gates ore being nut In at the North Main street crossing on the Big Four. An automatic switch hss been placed at the crossing of the Big Four and V. A . & W. at New London. On account of the unusual amount of maple syrup being produced It can w be purchased at very reasonable prices. it., it. inhl for the W. ft L. E. is published this week, gly ing t Ime ol arriv - al and departure of trains at stations from Toledo to Wheeling, W. Vs. Miss Babcock, of Pslnesville, O., Is as sisting In the high school during the Ill ness of Miss Alma Sprague. Miss Bab cock Is reported to be a ery efficient teacher. . The owners of articles In the historical room are calling for them dally. The Ume will expire April t that the society leased the mora for, bence the necessity of having everything taken away before that date. The Law and Order league In New London, Is etter the parties mho have , been disposing of tangle loot contrary to the local option ordinance. Henry Bat tle, formerly ol this place, Is one of the number placed under arrest. A voter In Penfleld want money jppro- nrlated to build a vault. He must believe In protection even beyond the jurlidlctlon of the McKinlcy bill, as thst only protects the necessaries for the llvjng and "Voter" wants to reach beyond that end protest the dead. On account of the gas generators in the town ball and M. E. church falling to pro duce material for light It would be an ex cellenl time to consider the. propriety of procuring electric lights. To replace the two generators will probably reach one- eighth of the expense of a plant. The gas generator at the opera house re fused to produce last week ana upon exam Inatlon It was found to be worn 6ut It will probably be tlx weeks before a new one can be brought here, u It will have to be manufactured for this spec'.al slie and shipped from Newark, N. J. Coal oil lamps will be purchased for nse in the library, voting room ana council cnamoer, Letters patent were granted T, Doland, one offcw enterprising carriage dealers, March 1 on what is known as a cross spring for buggies and wagon. The Invention bos been in practical use for the past two years and has been tnor oughly tested in all kinds of weather and condition of roads. It does away with the objection raised in the nse of the side bar spring, as by the use of the new design ot spring both side barr are strengthened which keeps the box In a more central position. They are being need in a num. beret carriage factories and in every Instance they are reported a success. stunlev oi an explorer. Edison a a In ventor, Miss Flora A Jones s the discover of the famous Blush of Roses tor the com plexion; ar names that will be banded ,inwn as benefactors of the race, to all re corded time. F. D. Felt comes in lor his Qtmra (at the profits) ss he always keeps big supply on band ind sells it for 75 eta. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. J. B. Smith spent Sunday in Alli ance. O. Mrs. D. L. Dudley and son, of Osulstata, N. D., are visiting in town. Mrs. O. D. 8celey is visiting ber daugh ter, Mrs. E. P. Cllfford,.oi Cleveland. Rev. J. F. Brant has gone to Dresden, O., to visit his invalid sister. Mrs. F. 8. Powers, of Cleveland, spent Sunday with Miss Flora Young. Mrs. U. H. Boweis' Is spending a few days with ber daughter In Akron. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Woooter of Sun. Frnnclsco, Calllornla, arrived here on Monday. , Mh1. W. U.Williams left for Washing- ton. P. C. Tuesday morning on a call from the state department to talk ovei the seal question. Frank Proctor, n Hillsdale, Mich., has been visiting J. C. Dyer ancHainlly. W.V.Rood, of Akron,ipent Sunday with hisifather-ln-ltw, W. W. Wells, on South Main street C. W. Ilorr is spending the week In central New York in the interest of the HoKteln cattle association where arrange ment will be perfected to have that grade of cattle represented at the world's tair. A New Mayor to be Elected. In another column will be found the mayor's proclamatiou of election also a call for a csucas on Friday evening nextt to place In nomination candidates for tbo several offices to be filled. We truBl there will be a good turnout aid that good men will be selected to compose the ticket. The financial affairs of our city In the past few years have been well man aged, and If the (-dicers elected this spring sre as competent, as tboie whose term expires the citizens generally will bave cause to congratulate themselves. At the election one year ago it was generally sup posed that a mayor was being chosen tor the full term of two years, but within a law days past a closer examination of the law reveals the fact that a vacancy in that office can only be filled for the unexpired terra. Upon the resignation of Mayor Ilusted In June 1890, hi successor could only be elected for the remainder of the term which would expire in April of the present year. Mayor Couch has filled this position bor nearly two years with credit to himself and there probably will be no hesitation In making him his own suc cessor. The retiring members of the council Messrs. Branson, Ilerrlck and Jobns have been noted for their prompt ness In attendance at the meetings uul These goods are sent us on consignment and will be marked in plain figures FIVE PER CENT. ABOVE MANUFACTURERS' PRICES, This to 1 The Century Club. The club met last WVdm-wJnv evening at the residence t lion. .1 II. Dickson. m;?tb0T,n",,!MSiS2 and will be in stock only a few weeks. and Fiction ' was riipunswd with Interest. - - rf Gooseberry Tom- experienced further .ne oniy advertisement we shall make on Rugs, vidtude at the hand of llev. W.E.Barton. " In spite of the stormy evening a goodly Ug 6 prices Will do the rest. i . TV... T 17 I numuer w ere urewsm. iiev. n . . uaivju having served two twin s president de cllnod further re-election and the other officers followed his example. The fol lowing were elected lor three months Rev J. F. Brant. Pres; Kev. A. G. Wall, vice president; Miss Lenora Laundon, sec retary; Minnie Clegon. treasurer. Meet lng next Wednesday night with Prof. R.1I. Klnnison. J. S. MALLORY & CO A Great TmnWe in Fnrnitnre. DIED. TUTTLE At the home ot hlsson-ln-law.Oscar Avery, on Liberty street, on Tbursaay, March 10, 1892, John Mills Tuttle. aged 79 jrs, a months and 23 days. Funeral from the house Saturday at 10 a. m.. Revs. W. E. Bar ton and J. F. Brant officiating:- NEWMAN At his residence, 62 Margaret street, Cleveland. O.JOeo. P. Newman. Fu neral services were held March 7. lie was born In Wellington In l&tt. I am selling Furniture at astonishingly low prices to make room for my Spring Stock, which is already purchased. Mr. Horr will spend the latter part of the ,ck thefore v h ft- lL Lt. L 1. t) 1 IIah i W I week with his brothei, R. U. Ilorr in New York city. R. D. Fjote is stopping in Springfield, Mass. Mrs. O. A McKee and daughter Clara have been visiting friends in town tbie week. They will leave tor their borne In West Mill Creek. Penn, to-morrow morning. Church Notes. METHODIST. . ' Services were well attended and two persons were received into the church. The Ladles Missionary and Aid society at a special meeting held at Mrs. J. u Wooley'a last Fridny afternoon, passed resolutions ol resDect on the occasion of the death ol two ot their honored mem bers, Mrs. AurUle L. Hayes and Mary J. Wilder. CONOnKOATIOKAl,, The church book shows h membership la mud stnndimt of two hundred end elghty-'iree. Supper will Im served Friday evening at the church parlors Ir.uii 6 to 8 o'clock, Good music will be the special entertain ment aside from the snpiwr. All are cor dially Invited. BAPTIST. A sugar social will be glveu by the Unites of th Baptist Aid society at the home of Mr. L. Ream on North Main street. Friday evening, Maieh 18. A cor- dial Invitation given to all. The Wenger Dipping Machine. A company was organized here a few weeks ago for the manufacture of dipping machines, Invented by J. E. Wenger, of Burton City, O., with a capital stock of $40,000, divided into shares of $100 each The following named gentlemen are sub- sctlbersto the stock: S. Wlndecker, . K Laundon. E. W. Adams, D. L. Wads- worth, S. D. Bacon, D. J. Peters, A. B, Lambert, F. W. Bennett and J. E. Wenger. T,.,t week It was Incorporated as the Wenger Animal Dipping Machine com come well versed in matters pertaining to the corporation and If they desire a re- nomlnatlon they will doubtless receive it without opposition. Society Notes. Mr. and Mrs. T. Doland, of Liberty street gave the first party of the spring at their residence Friday evening. Supper was served In first dais style by Edward Robinson. The evening was spent with the usual amusements. The following persons were present: Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Uairy Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. O. L Couch, Mr. snd Mrs. W. B. Follansbee, Mr. and Mrs. O. W, Crosier, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. tfemenway, Dr. and Mrs. Hatha-ay, Mr. and Mrs. J, VL Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. S, Mallory, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wean, Mr. and Mrs. 8, Wlndecker, Mr. and Mrs. S. Wilcox, Mr. snd Mrs. W. II. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. 8. K. Warner and Orle L. Warner, Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Vlwher and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. VanCleef. Business Notes. Livonia Brown will open a millinery store in the WadsWurth building, next door to Rininger's store, April 7th. C A. bush, boot and shoe dealer will occupy the James Sheldon building west side of North Main street, April 1. Nicholas Eelllcg, of Elyrlo, has pur chased Floris C. Williams right In the lease he holds of the American house and will take posession April 12th. Mr. Eell ing has bad seven years in the business, Call tor Your Mail. The following letters remained un called for at the postofflce for the week ending, March 14th. O. W. Ferguson, Mrs. Annie Oulsb, C. R. Harsha, Elvira Lewis, P. M. McCartney. John Rlese Miss May Klebman,. E. E. IICSTED, P. M. Teacher's Examination. Editor of Enterprise: At the exam paoyandthe plant to be established all nation of applicants for ceiliflcates to thts place. The articles or Incorpora- teach school field at &iyria, iuarcn rlan calls for nine directors, consequently thirty ladles aud fourteen gentlemen were all of the stockholders were elected as dl-1 present Four ladies and five gentlemen rectors and at a subsequent meeting held I received certificates. The questions were F. W. Bennett was elected president, D. not more difficult than the average ... a . . : J . - IT w . I I I .1.1- ... . questions useu in una uuuuijr. au cmui Inatlon will be held at Wellington on Sat urday, March 20. Respectfully, Elyna, March 12, 1802. II. M. Parker. L. Wsdsworth vice president, js. w, Adams secretory, A. B. Lambert, treasur er. ' The Parting of the Ways, Wllklns and Watklns were, college chums snd close trleuds. They had been h.n. undents and had taken little out door exercise. When tbey shook hands and said good-bye, at the end or their coi laira xarr. thitv were In I m Dared health, Rnthhad dvsDePsla. liver troubles and troublesome cougns, $ jg? Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Whsa Baby was sick, vs save her Cutorta. Whea she was a Child, she orUd for Castoria, Wbn she tMouue Hiss, she olunf to Osstoria, Wbws)MludCbJldiiB,ihocs tbBCorit BUSINESS LOCALS. SPECIAL CAUCUS. The qualified voters of Wellington village will convene at the town hall Friday evening, March 18th at 7 sharp for the purpose of placing In nonv Inatlon corporation officers according to Wllklns had plenty of money, and de- the mayor's proclamation. cided to travel for his health. Watklns Maui Citiikks. wmnoor. "I must eo to work for my r .i ..A I a. n a n nnr Ann m i fn living," saia Be, "dui hi wj iua icmc-ijr iiuu uiiwaiui iuv that Robinson talks so mucU about ut. Tne reajer 0f x, pRner will be pleased Pierce's Golden Medical uiscovery. . to , tDBt tuere )g ,t feMt one drealed In less than two years wuains came riiMJllM that science has been able to cure home in his coffin. Watklns, now in tne ln M lu it8gei ,Dd thlt u cat4rrn, u8lp, prime of life, is a bank president, rich iand ctt(arrh cure Is the only postlve cure respected and welRns SiOO pounds. "The k to ,ne me(nCBi fr8ternlty. Catarrh Golden Medical Discovery savea my me Mm t constitutional disease, requires at a critical time," he orten says, un, u congtitutonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh poor Wllklns had oniv tnea it. or I jre Is taken internally. -acting directly weak lungs, spitting or biooa, an linger- n th0 blooi tai mucow lurfaces of lng coughs, ana consumption in iu eany tne gygtenii thereby destroying the foun stages, It Is an unequaled remedy. datlon of the disease and giving the u.. t, t,..4 ft m hair In har I ostlent strength by betiding up the con ai,,,. .. b-j I j- r ... Slliuuon nuu smuDg naiurs to uoiog u For Sole A good span of mares about 0 years old -a No. 1 work team at a reasonable price. Call on or address C. S. Sheldon, mile east ot center or rutsneia. (ia Farm for BobS ThoC.E. Palmer farm, situated in the southwest part of Penfleld. For further particulars enquire of R. A Jones. (Utf '1 Improved Win Fane. For practicability, durability snd cheap ness, Buchanan's stationary and poitahle Ire fence, embodied in patent JMO. 4.W.. 643 and bearing date June 2nd 1801, is unsurpassed by any other known lence. Farm rights for Wellington township by J.C.Dyer. All Infrlngments prosecuted to full extent of law. 14 Blacksmitblng Having rented the shop east of Walt's livery stable, 1 am prepared to ao an kinds of blacksnilthtng ana solicit a snare of your patronage. Horse shoing a spec ialty. lMAOT. For Sale House and Lot.' My house and lot for Mle at a bargain and on terms to suit the purcbsser. - Wellington, U. . r. (JOLLiks. WANTED A capable married man to work by the year. Must understand care of horses. Good pay, and faithful service required. Loll on or address 1UJ Al. A. Bpragub, iserea, u. Excursion to Oregon and Washington April S and 26 and May 17. Through Cars. Personally Conducted. Low Rales. Free to Investors. Hend for circular. W. W. Sylvehtkr, 101 680 Pearl St., Cleveland, O. AUCHONEER-J. II. Arndt will suo tloneer sales ol all kinds of property Satisfaction guaranteed. P. O.: buliivan Ohio (Utf DO NOT FAIL to call at Dim went end store and try some ot our New TVh. W. also have a itood misortineut of (Cannes Goods, Griceries, Provision, etc. Prices as low as the lowest. W. Arnold. Troy Steam Laundry, Norwalk. 0. Orders left at the Boston Novelty store will receive attention and sutinfuction guaranteed. 4(iil DentlMtry. I have secured exclusive right to use Dr. Stedman's method of making clamp plates in Wellington. All k'ntls of dental work done In a skilful and thorough man ner. Yours Very 1 ruly, w. I Attention given to the Undertaking Department I have associated with me in this department Mr. Ben schoten, who has no superior in the country in taking care of the dbad. Embalming a specialty. J. L. SAXTF0BD. A word to the public. (The popular Oil 1 (Ta XV-C11 at the Round Front Store Are doin2 lively business by . their creat bargains. We have just received 175 cases !of new ISpring Goods, Iwhich we will sell ut greatly reduced prioes. tio.H mrl la over B0. She looks as young as her daughter. The secret ol lt is, that she uses only Hall's Hair Kenewer. For Sal A two-story brick house in good condi tion, on Liberty street, at a Dargaio. 13) J.O. Dt-u. work. The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers, that thev offer one hundred dollars for' any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Address, F. J.Cfienet & Co., rjTSold by druggists 70c. Toledo, O, L. HoLonooK. SOtf 925 to $50 Saved. CUT TU1S OUT AND BUIKO IT WITH YOU. To all persons in Wellington and sur rounding country who wish to buy a piano or organ : We will save you trom 125 to 130 sad ray your expenses to visit we lac- tory at Monroevllle. Highest grade In struments only, hdm 1'iano ana urg-jn company, Monroevllle, O. 44tf LAN D FOR SALE.-Two hundred acres of good farm land, well timbered, with liv ing water, well located, with a little im provement, situated In Osceola county, Michigan, near railroad station and mills. Also 107 acres ot land with railroad across It. and station, saw-mill, house and barn, blacksmith shop and other Improvements, for sate at $0.00 per acre. For further in formation lnnnira of ffitf Wm. lL 11. Sutuft, Wellington, O. Personal CAUTION Ladies beware of the many worthless substitutes of Flora A. Jones' famous Blush of Hoses. Get the genuine article. Price 7S cents. Take no substi tute. F. D. Felt Remember we have no old bankrupt stock to offer you, but we tfivc j ou . bankrupt prices. Don't forgut us. Respectfully, Harris & Orabtree. Round Front Store, let door west of bank ; i 1 t . per botue.