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WEDNESDAY. MAY 23, 1894.
Vrtn ncTi cociwfl nnTYi-nrftTiATifl t.hfl remarkable values shown' here until vou examine A vu wwjuu wvwvaww i- - - , , v ! the qualities.. Newness and brightness characterize pur .stock. xne shapings are correct the .leathers are right: and so are the prices, - . 1 -. Fine Pairs Kid Button B00t8y narrow or full toe, tipped or plain, turned soles, at $2.35. Reduc ed from $4.00 and $4.50. Not all sizes. Bright Dongola Button Boots, narrow toe, patent leather tipped $2.00. Real worth $2.50. SERACE. LOCAL MISCELLANY. Memorial day. The circus tbla evening. Patronize home industries. New goods are still arriving. The street peddler is on band again. Attend caucus next Tuesday evening. Saloous were opened In LaQrange Mon day. The lawn mower has been kept busy the past week. A bicycle club Is to be formed here this season. The recent rains have placed the roads in bad condition again. Bert French has opened a Job offlre la the Carpenter building. A change In time on the W. & L. E, Bee corrected time table. We have bern favored with good sup ply of rain the last week, An election is lo be held for the purpose of voting on local option. The Big Four did not change the time of running trains May 20, The Enterprise will appear in its new dress in the issue of June 6. Bro. Johnson, ot the Elyria Reporter, has increased the six ot bis paper. The modest sum of fifteen cents a pound will be offered for first-class wool. The Hemenway brick and tile works opened business with fifteen employes, Great preparations are being made tor a grand fourth of July cslebration In Cleve land, This office received 235 pounds of new type for the paper, last week, from Chi cago Call at the Enterprise office for esti mates upon Job wock before sending It Wwvii. i. --: A. I B. naye,of Penfield, Is moving over the county looking alter his political in. teresu. B. B. Herrlck lias been appointed ad . minlatrator of the estate of the late Lucius . Herrlck. J Burglars are making raids upon towns ! about us and securing quite an amount of ! property. A street fair will be beld In Greenwich June 13 and H. Further particulars will v be given next week The mayor, clerk and councilman bave an unusual amount of public business to look after this spring, A. 3. Hitl.of Camden, brought fortyseven j year lambs to town last week that one weighed 0U24 pounds. !Our business men should receive the united support of the people in the village I and surrounding country A few weeks ago we published a state ment, taken from our exchanges, that mail would not be received that was dropped Into the box In the postal car, as It should ' pass through the postofflce first It ap pears that all there was of the stoty was that the postofflce department had Issued an order to the portal clerks to notify the department when an attempt was made to boycott sn office on the line of their route. THE NEW BANK. PERSONAL MENTION. E. A. Lee, of the Norwalk Experiment, culled Thursday. Mrs. V. Freeman, Caropbellsville, Ky., is visiting ber sister, Mrs. M. L Wilder, on Wheeling avenue, W. F. Morrow, of Cinclnna'l, Sundnyed in town. Mrs. W. F. Herrlck and daughter, Mrs. D. V. Sbuler, of Lockport, N. Y., are stoic ping in town. Dr. Ebersola and wife, who have been stopping at .the American bouse lor the past six weeks, returned to Cnrrolton, O., Saturday, F. A. Chapman went to Springfield Moaday wlihtheE oirs. Hon. J. T. Haskell returned home, Mon day evening, after the adjournment ot the general assembly. Mr. Haskell Is to be rgr itulaiml upunth very efficient ser vices lie has rendeied Iho county and state during the pieeuut session. He will now settle down to bis law business until he is called upon again to serve the people. Ralph Johnson is traveling In New York state. Win. Vischer and daughter, Lillian, left for Pittsburg, Pa., Monday morning. They Join the Oriental commandery, of Cleve land, and Detroit commaodery, ol Detroit, to visit the KnigbU Templar of Pennsyl vania. C. M. Spitzer of Boston, and G. E. Spit xer, ot Minerva, O., soont Sunday at the Hotel DaFuote. .... ... D. B. Ordway, of Greenwich, paid this office a pleasant call Tuesday afternoon. Miss Way, of Cleveland, Is visiting Miss Rose Mallory this week. C. M. Roser, of Kenton. (., is visiting in town. The next meeting of the Century club 'til t. ... r A V ablut WWl.tr .Will 09 liav A- c. ii"u(, 'June 1 instead of May 2.1, Postmaster Hunted has not tolly decided yet what business be will enter into alter Ills term of office expires. A report from the aurlco'.lural bureau states that an Insect Is destroying theclov- U er crop In every county in the state except was argued for some time, bU was finally laid over until the first meeting In June. Messrs. James Sheldon and R. Baird ap Council Proceedings. Council convened In adjourned session Monday evening, the mayor, clerk and all of the members present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and ap proved. The committee on fire and water was called upon and reported that a number ot the pltittoners bad stated that they did not sign the petition to purchase an engine with a full understanding of the expense that would be Incurred In case a fire en gine was purchased, snd had requested that their names be stricken from the pe tition now on file. Under this condition of affairs It was decided not to proceed any further at present An Informal vote was taken, which indi cated that It was the sense ot the council that water works be established. The petition of E. F. Webster and oth ers that the town be lighted by electricity at an expense not to exceed $1300 per an num was read by the rlerk. The matter VOUIntton to Have Another Bank of Da-poalt-The Building Is Purchase. For some time past a few of the local business men have been considering the propriety of establishing a sayings bank in town and it was finally decided to ex tend an invitation to C. M. Spitzer, of Boston, Mass., to visit the place with a view ol getting bis ideas as to the advisa bility of such a venture. He arrived last Wednesday and soon Informed them that he would subscribe stock to a bank of tbat kind, il they desired to establish one. The committee went to work at once to look up u suitable building. The Woolley building oa the west Ride of the square and the Fitch building on the south side of West Main street were both looked at; it 'was also suggested tbat the lot at the southeast corner of the square would be a good site lot a bank If a proper building wore constructed upon It It was finally decided to purchase the Fitch building, and the deal was comminuted Friday ev enlog. ' Thursday afternoon a meeting was held at wbich the following gcutlemen , were present and signed the application for a charter, as Incorporators: C. M. Spitzer, of Boston,' Mass.; G, E. Spitzer, of Miner va,0. Wm. Vischer, J. M. Otterbacher, F. W. Bennett and T. R Herrlck. The bank w ill be known as the Home Savings bank of Wellington, Ohio. It will be organized under the laws of the state of Ohio and will bave a capital stock ot (50,000, divided Into shares of $100 each. It Is not to be a bank of issue, but will receive deposits, pay interest on time deposits, make collections, and Issue bills of exebsnge. The stock was all subscribed within few hours Saturday. The room will be fitted up with the lat est designs of banking furniture and vault wtsa-ra hundred safety boxes for the use of depositors. Work will bo be gun at once. It Is expected that Wm. Vischer will be president, G. E. Spitzer vice president and R A. Wilbur cashier. It is indeed remarkable (hut the slock should have been subscribed in such a short time. It is certainly an Indication that there is plenty ot money In Welling ton when the proper channel is opened to allow It lo flow, C. M. Spitzer, Is known from the Atlan tic to the Pacific as a practical snd suc cess! ul bunker and dealer in city and vil lage bonds.,-, He purchased the bonds for the Wellington town ball in 1888. G. E. Spitzer, bis brother, Is also a banker of ex perience. He baa recently disposed of his bank at Minerva, O , and will locate in this pi are. Considering the standing of the gentle men who have taken shares, It would seem that the people bave all the assurance nec essary that their financial interests intrust ed to them will be carefully guarded. Church Notes. MBTH0DI8T. ' Union service will be Held next Sunday morning. Rev. A. G. Wall will fill the palpit CONOBEOATKMAI. There will be given at the church Frl duy evening, May 25. at 7:30 o'clock musicale by Mrs. F. W. Bennett's and Miss Elizabeth John's classes. After the music, Ice cresm and enke will be served In the adjoining Sunday school and class ro-ims. ' Price of admission Dlteen cents. which includes the refreshments. The entertainment is given for a benevolent bject. ' Did you ever buy something YOU fOUIld yOU and then takeit back to the ditJlVt W3flt store where you got it from? Did they tell you, "We can t give your money back, but we'll let you have something else"? And have you been bothered what to' take instead and ,., ,- . t. . eventually got something you could just as well have done without? If bo, you'll appreciate our offc'i,sto Cnuctui. The republicans of precinct No. 1 will bold their caucus in the town hall on Tuesday evening, May 29, at 7 o'clock, to elect nine delegates to the county con vention lo be held In Elyria, June 2. The republican voters of the second pre cinct, Wellington, are requested to meet In the mayor's court room Tuesday, May 29, at 7 o'clock p. m., standard time, for the purpose of electing eleven delegates to the county conqention at Elyria Satur day, June 2. BY UHDEK Of M)MMIT1 S.B. Return money for any purchase that proves Unsatisfactory from any cause. We do not even care to know the reason. The fact Societies. M. A. WUder is in Springfield, O., this week in attendance at K. of P. convention as delegate from the lodge at this place. A special car was attached to the 11 :40 train from Cleveland, Monday, to accom mod ale the delegates. Thirteen members ol the K. of P. went to Oberlln, Friday evening, to assist In organizing a lodge. Wm. Vischer and J. M. Otterbachet went to Cleveland, Thursday evening, to meet the mystic sliriner. Bicycle Race. ,Qn decoration day the Wellington Bicy cle club will give their first annual ten- mile road race. The comae is from Wellington to Hunt ington and return. Time of start, 9 o'clock a. m. All entries for race to be made by Sat urday night to Frank Stanard. Diivers of teams will confer a favor by giving the wheelmen the track at this time. Wk'.mnotok Bicyclk Clod. We that you want your money back is sufficient for us. want your future trade, and all our customers must be sal isficd. Samples and Prices will be cheerfully given The more you compare The more money you will save, The more business we will do. J. S. MALLORY & CO Something New. . oiuinuu. M. Onvn wnrtr n.nxl I .... 1 Mlimill Brl tOA ' ommended at the meeting of the county convention ot the W. C. T. U. beld In tbls place May 9. Assessor Goodwin wade bis returns Monday. Tbls closes bis twentyflrat co aecutlve year of service m assessor, be having been first elected in 1874. Wellington township will bave two can 1 dldates for nominations at the county con ty convention, M. W. Lang for sheriff and II I). M. Hall for Infirmary director, I ' -n. ,l, f ,1.1..- rj J I lie MIS r onr win miiae eynrjiuiug U Mirv oleasant for Dartiee visiting the i - - , uountnlo and lake resorts this season, If 1 11 There will probably be no strife in the 1 1 ducus bare over the selection of dele Graduates for 1894. The following la the list of graduates from the Wellington Union schools at the coming commencement: Latin course May Damon, E li'h Rob inson, Grace Adams, Ethel Hall, Ena McKlnney, Lena Butler, Ethel Bowlby Kitte;Gott,Ed. Webster. Pierce, Mildred French. Mamie Welle, Ladies Congress, Will Tissot, Ralph C. Llnder, John Thomas, Walter Cole, Fred Foulk. . Latin and English -Lawrence Fisher. Ladies' Dongola, Large Button, Corded Vamp, Narrow square toe, Patent tip. peared and requested that the council grant them permission to bold an election on local option, as per petition filed some weeks since. They agreed to pay all the expenses Incurred. A vote was then taken and It was unanimous. The mayor Instructed them to give twenty days' no tice ol same by advertising. There being nothing further the council then ad journed. Sons of Veteran. Col. W. F. Herrlck camp, No 223, will meet at G. A. R. ball on Sunday next at 9:30 a.m. to attend divine service at the M. E. church All members meet at G. A. R. hall May 80 at 12:80 o'clock sbarp to assist la the h.ii.1 ...wlu. nf tV h Amv All anna fit J Jates In favor of any particular candidate ,n(j members of camp are cord! or office except mat ot commissioner. ,n ,nTled t0 pr.Mnt, Memders, ap- C. E. SiiUiff Informs us that his present nesr In uniform. n 7 - I fock of cotl vf!) "UPPT wo" trda ..... rt. i I I . H. B. Stkvick, Capt. until the middle of June. He had orders for two carloads last week for the cheese factories that be waa unable to All. Many people do not know that tickets in the public library can now be purchased tor fifiy cents a year or twentyflve cents for six months. At that price there Is no .reason wuy lam lliesanouio.no do aoipij Applied with reading matter. ' In another column will be found a call !r an election to be held June 13,1864, tween the hours of 1 and 8 o'clock p. nv mid dny. The election will be beld In voting room -f Hie town hall and be nxxlai ted under the laws governing elec- Urns, rtrenl that the Ansualian ballot will nl In; nsel. $100 Reward $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least ooe dreaded disease that vclence baa been able lo cure In all its staxea, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Core Is the only positive cure known lo the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a oonstitutlonsl disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting dlreccly npon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the founda tion of the disease, and glviog the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing Ha work. The proprietors have sons oob faith In Its enrative powers tbat they offer one hun dred dollars 6r any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Ad drees F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo, O. Sold by druggist, 73c. Program tor Memorial Duy. 1. Comrades and old soldiers assemble at post rooms at 12:30 p. m. Post W. R C. and S. of V. In line soon after. 2. March to opera house, where the ex ercises of the day will begin, ss follows 1. Prayer by Rev. A. F. Skeele. 2. Song by male quartet. 3. Address of lb dny by Rev. C. E. Manchester, 1 p. m. 4. Song by one of the schools. 8. March to west cemetery and decorate grayes. Prayer by Rev. A. U. Wall. 4. Countermarch to opera house for flowers. 8. March to south cemetery and deco rate raves. 0. Assemble at cenotaph and exercises will take place aa follows: 1. Ten-minute speech by Prol. Kin- nlson. 2. Song by one of the schools. 8. Prayer and benediction by Rev. E T. nagerman. 7. Countermarch to the public aqnnra where tbe line will break1 ranks. Tbe line of march will be under tbe supervision of Comrade J. J. Thomas, mar sbal of tbe day. MIMORIAI. tUKDAT. Notice Is hereby given tbat tbe services ot tbat day will be held In tbe M. E. chnrch at tbe usual bour for morning ser vice. Rev. A. G. Wall preaching the ser mon to tbe comrades. It Is hoped -that ss many as can do so will be present, aa It will be a onion service of all the churches. It Is desirable tbat both town and country snail be represented. Call for Election. At the meeting of the council bed Monday evening, May 21, tbe following resolution wsa passed ; Whereas. A lante number of our citizens do not believe the local option ordinance now in torce Is tn accora witn tbe senti ment ol the majority and have petitioned tor an expression by election, tberelore, Resolved. Bv the council ot the Village 1 of Wellington ; tbat il an election shall be held, giving at least twenty days' notice thereof, we will be governed thereby and act accordingly. KOTICI OK ELECTION. In accordance with Uie foregoing reso lution, notice is berebv slven that an elec tion will be held In the voting mom of tbe town Dan on neanesaay ine i.Jin aayoi I TvT4 n jAn June. A. D. 1894. between tbe boors of 1 1 IN 01 a QaV Patent tip, Piccadilly last. - More sickness Is due to a diseased nerv nus system thsn to all other causes com bleed. Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallzer acta directly on the nerve system to restore nerve lorce ana aeaun. pom rjy w, r. near a wo. Also, latest styles of ladies' Kullifiers, Magoliaa and Oxford ties. Benedict Shoe Co. CALLED DOWN HIGH PRICES! p. m. and 8 p. ro., to get an expression ot rjaSSeS D U t the electors of the village on the question F, . t4. -14. of lirl nmlnn. Mnr Orizana. tll8X lb Wit nessessomeval- Tha ladies of Harolln Relief corps UG raised, 80X116 extend a cordial invitation to the loyal OTlCe lOWereCL Oil ladles of Wellington to assist In arranging footWe&r &t HaiTiS flowers at the Toting room, Wednesday morning, May 80, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of decorating the graves of the nation's dead. ' Bsc. W. R C. Oeallst. Our oculist Dr. A. Kranttbor. will ex amine your eves free of charge at W. F. Near & Co.' drag store May 83. 24. and 2S. Tbe Dr. Friedman Opthalmlo Institute. Mother Gray' Sweet Worm Powders, Mother Gray, a nurse In the children's I home In New xorK, baa lor years treated children successfully with a remedy, now prepared and placed In the drug stores, I called Mother Uray'a Bweet Worm fow- dert, Tbey are sold by all druggists at 25 cents a package. Tbey remove all worms. I are harmless as mux. pleasant to taae ana I never tall. Valuable for feverlahness.oon. stlpatUw and headache, even It no worms I are present, ask your arugmst. (i JUST THINK OF IT I tSO Envelope with address Printed , on the Corner for . (1.00 290 Note Heads with business card printed on top ot sheet 1.00 (00 Statements with printed beads 1.00 129 envelopes 60c 129 note heads Wo store. This weeK Harris takes the first step in an unusual crusade against high prices. Don't miss the opportunities of ierea. You caDnot af ford it GIVEN AWAY! He 1000 Souveniers one - to be given with ev ery pair of ladies' shoes that cost $2.00 or over at the lead ing shoe store of C. HAEKIS. ' 1st door west of bank, Wellington, O. , M 1 1 V ( : 4 i-.'vatM