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' HE NTERPRISE. 1 VOL. XXVI. WELLINGTON. OHIO. WEDNESDAY. MAY 11, 1892. A NO. 19 A Family Newspaper Devoted to tJi Interests of Lorain County and Vicinity. 'N - NEWS FROM ABOUT US. Highest of all In Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report jj-- CHAPMAN & ROBINSON are showing a fine line of men's suits at S3:50 5.00, 6.00, 6.50, 7.00, 8.00 and up to $20 Boys' suits at $3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00 and up to ; 18 'Children's suits at 81, 1,50, 1,75, $2, $2.50 and up to $8 Children's blouse waists 25 c. Boy's Children's Boys' and men's tennis flannel shirts, Has novelties not found elsewhere in Welling ton. The New Process QUICK MEAL Get one of J. W. WILBUR. DR. C. K. HISEY, . A Dentist of 20 Tears Experience. . TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT . PAIN, With til thi) latent An esthetics. GOLD Oil PORCH LAIS CROWN. CORRECTING IRREGULAR TEETH A SPECIALTY. I am assisted by Dr. E. O. Oitosite American Hotel and Misses' paps at 25 The best values in town in 50 c. Come to us for bargains. The Dutchess Pants. The fine clothing of L. & Co. Our prices the lowest. Our styles the latest. Our stock the finest, and Our sales increasing. W?S0N W. W. Harvey. GASOLINE STOVE Leads Them All. NO INFERIOR OP .. E RATIONS PASSED OFF FOR FIRST-CLASS WORK. ONLY BEST MATERIAL USED. Furrow, of Walla Walla, Wash. . - WELLINGTON, Q. knee pants 25 c. c. and 50 c. 25c., 40c. nd 50c overall?. Adler Bros. I T, HASKELL, Attomev J, at-law and notary public. Loans and collections made a specialty. Oflice in bank building1. I II. DICKSOX, Attor.iey J, at-law and solicitor of American and foreign pat ents, west side public square. RN. GOODWIN, insur , ance agent and notary public. Deeds, wills, con tracts, etc. written neatly and legally. Over Scrage's shoe store. PKATT&1IEKRICK, flour and feed store. Free de livery to all parts of the.cor poration. Railroad street. B" US11 & STEVICK Geo. C.Bush andChas. C.Ste vick, general insuranco agt's, Benedict block. 22tf. CE. SUTLIFF, dealer in , .coal Anthraciie,Massil lon, Jackson, etc.; prices low, terms cash. Office on West Liberty st. Telephone 48. CSAGE & CO., insurance agents . Fire, life, acci dent and tornado. Represent best companies in the United States. Wadsworth block. NOTES FROM THE SPECIAL COR- ; RESPONDENTS TO TH"E ENTERPRISE. About the Recent Happenings anil special Events In Their Im - mediate Vicinity. HDNTINOTOM. May 2. A warm rain has started the lcavet on most of the trees, and grass is growing fast. There will be a meeting at the town hall, Saturday evening, to make arrange, menti for the proper observance of deco. ratioij day. Everyone interested is cor dially Inyited. Mrs, Mary Huchlnson, from Huron county, is staying a while with her mother, Mrs. irlam. Arbor day was not observed in this place. Re. A. E. Winter has kindly given Hun day evening, May 15, lot the anniversary exercise ol the Epworth league. Mrs. winter meets the junior league every Mon. day at 2 p. m. at the church. .Mr. Lester Richmond, of Penfleld, spent one night last week with her daugh ter, Nora Hull. Miss Emma Holmes returned to town last Saturday, alter an absenco of seyeral weeks. Mrs. Louisa Iklluud spent Sunday in town. , Lena Dirlam and Russell Haskins have whooping cough. L A, Walker has been spending a week with his daughter in Lorain. Mrs.,Flavius Chapman aid her boys have moved here on Flay's old farm. Mai 9. Rev. J. F. Brant, of Wellington, exchanges pulpits with Rev. A. E. Winter next Sunday. There is to be an adjourned meeting st the town hull on Saturday evening, to complete arrangements for decoration. Ulysses Rogers leaves tor Michigan this week. Mil. Alta Pratt visited her sister In Pen fleld lat week. . J.tf.'AmaWa Wester has bought the old home on the corners one mile south ol town. " Mrs. El wood has bought the Lasbell place, north of the M. E. church. They move soon. Cyrus Houghton spent Sunday with his aunt Several went down to the Dunkard church last Saturday evening to see the foot- wash I ng ceremony. About ten went to the county examina tion, held In Elyria last Saturday, for en trance to the high schools. David Hull went to New London lust Thursday, on to Marlon Friday, and home Saturday. He felt better for the change, though he U very weak yet. Born, on May 2, a daughter in Mr. 'and Mrs. Hiram Cole. Stella Baulk spends the next three months In Wellington learning dressmak ing. Mrs. Lucy West it in Brighton yisltiog ber daughter. Several children have whooping cough. Nettie J. Smith It visiting at her grand father's. Sunday evening the third anniversary of the Epworth league will .be observed at the M. E. church. A good program has been prepared, and all are cordially in vited. The thermometer registered twenty- eight degrees above zero at 5 a. m. Sunday, and it was cold enough for winter clothing all day, Fruit trees ull In blossom. Last Sunday was an intensely Interest. lug day for the M. K church, when sixty. Ave persons were received iulo church membership. Their names are given be low. The first joined by letter and the others from probation. Aaron A. Lyon, Milton Ilaulk, Bewell II. Bliss, Mrs. Emma Ilaulk, Mrs. Hannah A. Dllss, George II. Holland. William Bailey, limner Holland, Bert Bailey, Walter E. Holland, Martin L. Loomls, Frank Loomls, John M. Lona, Mrs. Mary A. Long, Nettie J. Loiik, Itosle Long, Klmer G. Long, Mrs. Emma Leach, Melvln M. Kulsey, Edna McClelland, Lewis Meachim, Jennie Mcliuate, Emma McQuate, Jennie Oweu, Leon llogers, George 11. Roice, Mrs. Mary Roice, Klwood C. Russell, Kent Robinson, Park Rose, Mrs. Elizabeth Becrlst, Lepha Becrlst, Samuel W. Shaw, Mrs. Anna 11. Shaw, Claude Shaw, Ransom Bhoar, Elton Waiiter, Mabel Bailey, Laura J. Valley, Jennie Burnett, Ida May Clark, Bessie Clark, , Cornelius Cousins, EdwarlCoui'ns, Frank Cousins, Jobn W. Chapman, Mrs. M. E. Chapman. Mrs. C. Davidson, Leon bubaugh. Ellen Dubsugb, s Theodore Dirlam, Cbarlei E. Dirlam, ArtbnrP. Dlrlsm, Lena A. Dirlam, Adam Flnkle, Peter Flnkle, LlllleFlnklo. Charles W. Gay, Mrs. Carrie (Jay, Minnie Gay, Charles 8. Gay, Ludm O-Glllet. Ethel Glllet, Ruth llaskins, ' Mrs. Kora 8. Hull. Man is often deceived in the aire of a woman by her gray hair. Ladles, you can appear younir and prevent this gray. ness by using Hall's Hair Honswer. IX ABSOLUTELY SI'KNCKll. May 9. At a meeting called Saturday night for the purpose ot making arrange ments for the the observance ot memorial service and the decoration of deceased soldiers' graves on memorial day, May HO, '93, A. U. Miller was chosen chairman and N. 8. Hendee secretary. The lollow. ing committees were elected : On speaker R. Freeman, it. B. Hart, N. S. Hendee ; on finance, Seymour Bair, Miss Funny Betz, John Miller, Miss Lizzie Ormeroid, Thos. Ormeroid, Miss Grace Hart, Bliss Minnie Freeman ; on music, Thomas Daugherty, Miss Bertha Hart, Frank Gresslnger, Miss Lizzie Ormeroid, Mort. Daugherty, Mrs. J. M. Seaton, Wm. Woodherry; on flags, George Betz, N. S. Hendee, C. C. Inman; on program, R. B. Hart, Mrs. Jackson Stroup, Prof. J. M. Seaton; to procure necessary headstones to mark deceased comrades' graves, George Betz, N. S. Hen due, II. C. Moore; chaplain ol the day, C. C. nman. A meeting was appointed ior one week from Saturday night, May 14, to make arrangements and hear reports ot the several rouimlltees. A. II. Miller, chairman, N. S. Hendee, secretary. Mrs. Warner, of Jackson, Mich., Is the guesi ol Georne Rice and lamlly. Mrs. P. Comstock, of- Litchfield, is spending a few days at R. B. Hart's. The tucial of the Y. P. S. C. E. an nounced for next Friday evening, is post poned until one week from that evening, May 20, at the home of Miss Fannie Betz. Misses Millie Betz and Nellie Besscho. ten und Mrs. Wadsworth, ol Wellington, also an auut, from Akron, were the gutwu of George Betx and family Friday and Saturday. Mrs. H. C. Boffenuiycr and daughter re turned to Cleveland Monday afternoon. A number of our tnwuseopIe were in Wellington Salurduy. Fred Franks, of Toledo, spent Sunday with bis wile and parents. Leslie Stroup arrived home last week to attend commencement. He expects to return In a few days to his work In Akron Mrs. Wm. Mantz, of Akron, Is spending a few days In town. Missel Ora Foot and Kate Benedict were the guests of Mist Florence Hendee Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Tfarry Hahn retained to the Forest City Saturday. The E. L. concert Sunday night was very good, with t fair attendance. The first annual commencement ot the Spencer high school, May 6, passed off successfully. The essays and orations of the graduates were good and delivered in I very satisfactory manner. The quartet consisting of Mrs. J. M. Seaton, Mist Ad dle Snyder, Mort. Daugherty and Don Stroup gave some Ann music, and last but not least was the class address given by Prof, Stubbs, of Berea, which was listened to by the entire audience with great Inter est. May the second annual commence ment be at successful. Miss Fannie Betz was in Wellington Monday. Miss Maud Smith commenced a two months' school In the Firestone district, Monday, May 9. Miss Nora Collins com mences a like term in the Fuller district li. Odell Is building an addition to hit residence on North Main St. A. Wanted. The ladies of Wellington and viclnitv to know that Flora A. Jones sold 816,574 bottles of her lamous Blush of Roses, for the complexion, in 1890. Thousands of ladies use it. Sold by F. D. Felt. IS NEW LONDON. Mat 9. Robert Fulton died at hit home May 8. Funeral services were held at the Congregational church Thursday afternoon, May S. Mrs. Alice uun.ungnam. ol Cleveland, and Edward Fulton, of Columbus were in town lnit week io attend tii (Mneial of their father. We take plnnur in i ortlng the mar rlage of R. S. Giles to Mist Stella Four- nier, of Berea, . Also William Gettle and Mist Ida Payer, both ol L'lm, Atk. We claim Mr. Gettle as one of our New London boys. We albo report the marriage last week of Frank Parkin uud Mias Minnie Taylor. B. O. Gilbert and lamily contemplate moving to Jamestown, N. Yn this week. We regret to lose Mr. Gilbert at t citizen. Alex. Elmslie Intends putting a stock of groceries in bis store room. II will return with his family to New London. A reception for Rev. E. H. Crane, pat tor ot the Congregational church, wat held at the parsonage last Wednesday evening. The M. E. aid society met last week at the church. Nihil. Ming 81'LLIVAN. May 9. Much dissatisfaction and In dignation is expressed by the taxpayers of this township over thi assessor and valu ations placed on the property subject to his inspection. Property that lust year was not considered worthy of attention is placed upon the list, and In one case where last, year the propeity was not con sidered taxable, this year, regard less ol the protests ot the owner, it is asses sed at (:I00. This Is C. O. Saddler's sec ond term as assessor and will probably be bis last. Ourmerchautsare kept bui.y this spring and both firms have found it necessary to employ more help. John Foster has been engaged by Hubler & Garvcr and True Goodyear at Ingroham's. Wm. Rogers is quits sick. Little hope Is entertained of his recovery. John Arndt is laid up with a hard cold. Boating parties are the order of the day and evening at present, W. Riggs having placed a fine row boat on the reservoir. Rev. Ira Houseman occupied the pulpit of the Congregational church last Sunday. A meeting it called for next Frldaj evening at the Congregational church to make arrangements lor children's day concert. The Junior Ordfr United American Mechanics held their regular meeting In the town hall last Saturday evening. Hubler & Carver have the Irame up and the covering their ttore building near ly on. Inside work will be commenced this week. , ... . ,i "May 10. There was an tltcmpttoTur glarlze the post-office Saturday evening. In trying to open the door key wat brok en off In the lock, which caused DeMoea a gread deal of trouble. Mart Smith Is going to build a house and barn thlt coming tummer. N. L. Drown'a barn it ready to be raited. Mary Drake't bouse will be raised this week. The lumber It tawed for Anson Hyde's barn. Mrs. Clark expects to ttart to Elyria Tuesday morning to visit her friends there. Wm. Smith, of Wellington, spent Sun day in Sullivan. Wm. Beem tpont Saturday and Sunday at home. He is attending school In Ober lin. Elijah Eaton came home last week. Dr. G. T. Gregg bat the foundation laid ' tor hit bam. Mrs. Cynthia Chapman wat In Cleve land last week purchasing millinery goodt. Judging by the past there la a good opening here lor a lawyer and insurance agent. LITCHFIELD. May 9. Mrs. Boothe has returned from Spencer. Mrs. Buell came with her. F. ,T. Bachtel visited In Medina last week. Bertha Farmer It visiting at N. Noble's. L. Dunbar and Lillle Hacbenbarg had quite a serious accident last Saturday. At they were driving along on the town line road the wagon broke, frightening the horsei, and they ran away and completely demolished the wagon, and the occupants were badly hurt. The Epworth league will hold a social at the residence of Mist Eva Hurd, Satur day evening. All are cordially Invited to attend. A short literary program It being prepared. Mrs. Clara Judion it t'ill failing. The dance at the town hall wat well at tended. F. J. Woods Is visiting In town. 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