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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1895.
School Shoes For The Children ! Seasonable Attractions and Latest Styles. . , , - r , It is a bargain stock all through. There is enough for all. You v can smile with the rest. We .lay especial stress on the EXCELLENCE " of our GOODS, always keeping the Oualitv ud to the Highest Point. r We know that nothing builds up business like the selling of FIRST- CLASS GOODS. We sell them; always sell them. Right up in style. Right up in assortment; just what will please you. An opportunity to procure for yourself one of the Best Bargains in Desirable Goods ever known. You can now reach the limit ot the purchasing power 01 your dollar. SEWAGE;, tte Shoe Man. LOCAL MISCELLANY. Very few vacant houses in town. The repairs at the Big Four depot move slowly on. Ask your neighbor to subscribe for the Enterprise. The city fathers will convene next Monday evening. Quite a number attended the fair at Elyria on Friday. .Consult our advertising columns for pointers on bargains. The Huron County fair is advertised to le held October 23 24. Everybody should go to Elyria to hear Bushnell and Foraker. There should be a sign hung out at the telephone exchange office. The Oberlin News advises people to look after their henroosts.' Quite a good quality of grapes have been placed on the market. On npfniint, of recent rains the fall sown wheat is unusually large. Potatoes were sold on the street Satur day for twenty-five cents per bushel. The North Ohio Methodist Conference will convene in Wellington next year, The season is closed and the people are well provided for with excellent crops It is reported that there will be an average yield of hickory nuts tins season The Lutz Bros., of Creston, raised 54,000 bushels of cucumbers on their premises W have not been favored with the usual number ot. street preachers this fall. Thfl p.indors will soon be placed upon ' this end of the bicycle path between here and Oberlin. The Bantist Society at Rochester want it understood that they do not employ tramp divines. Tim town dock has been cleaned up and placed in first class condition to give the correct time. The Medina Gazette makes the start ling announcement that "It will soon be hog killing time." The Oberlin College began its sixty- third yeat last Tuesday with an unusual ly large attendeuce. Tt, is venorted that the electric line be tween Cleveland and Elyria will be com pleted in about two weeks. Just as soon as the present occupants vacate the corner store, an effort sliouiu be made to secure a new occupant, The county has twenty-five boarders at ti ion Kintnpn of the number -are charged with penitentiary offences. The teacher's examination will beheld in this place at the high school building, on the fourth Saturday of tins montn. tt. M. Parker and A. R. Webber will ad dress the K. 0. T. M. in ' the Baptist church at Penfield, Saturday evening, The Oberlin Owl suggests that the . correspondent of the Reporter from that place have the size of his ears reuueeu T.nr!re crowds were called to town last week to inspect the stock of goods that was advertised to be sold at bankrupt prices. Our weather prophets don't care to venture an opinion as to the kind or. wan tw mm will ha favored with the coming winter. ....... Mrs. J. A. Flenner has filed a petition in the Common Pleas Court, of Ashland fmintv. reuuestine a divorce from her husband, J. A. Flenner. Notwithstanding the visit that the Ober lin business men made Into tlio country in Hecnrfltrade.the erainthat is' produced in that vicinity is brought to Wellington. H ,;. ... . t i The stove dealers wore busy Monday nntH tur ud stoves. This goes ' to. show that the human family usually put off do ing what is necessary until compelled u '. The irreat sale of LaundonWindecker & Co.'s stock of merchandise at bankrupt nrices had a tendency to attract a lare crowd at the old stand every day last week. , . Some of the papers are claiming that agricultural fairs have had their day, If this be true the grounds had better be eloaed ud for a few years until the people petition for them to be re-opened The Ohio Teacher makes this sensible remark: Preparation for citizenship is the main work of the school from the standpoint of the State, but it must be remembered that good citizenship de pends upon the kind of men and women the schools turn out. It takes something more than knowledgo of arithmetic, grammar and geography to make tho good citizen. . A slight frost visited us Monday night. The pepple in Penfield are beginning to complain of the saloon in LaGrange. The sign in front of the art studio might be removed without being any detriment to the public. The first meeting of the Century Club will occur Friday evening, October 11. Further notice of the place will be given next week. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY. Hon. J. T. Haskell has been elected director in the First National Bank to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of S. K. Laundon. The committee appointed by the Council appear to be looking up the pro priety of establishing waterworks, in a business-like way. Quite a number from hero attended the anti-saloon contest in Penfield, Saturday evening. A. M. Kenyon, W. H. Cole and Charles Kinnison were selected as judges. A young man who had received a di ploma as physician, interviewed an aged gentleman as to the best plan to pursue through life. "Well," said the old man, "live and let live." It is expected that the surveyors that left this place three weeks ago to survey a line to Cleveland will complete their labors soon. The civil engineer of the W. & L. E. R. R. thinks that the road will be built from this place to Cleveland. Inasmuch as tho North Ohio Confer pn'ce has decided to convene here next year, the city fathers should begin early to devise plans for beautifying the park, imnrove the sauare and use every effort to make the place as attractive as pos Bible. Tf t.liP, Methodist divines that have to move their families to another charge, make haste they can all get settled m their new homes to vote. The law re miirPH an elector to be in a county thirty days previous to an election to beeiigiuie to cast a ballot A civil endnecr arrived in town Mon day and looked over the site on the uer rick premises west of town, which the Council expect to have surveyed wim a view of establishing waterworks upon His first visit was made to estimate the cost of making the survey Unless the B. & 0. Company make ve.rv favorable overtures to the W. & L, E. Company to transport tlieir treigui and nassenirer traffic from alley lunc tion to Cleveland, the branch from Well ington to Brooklyn, where it will inter sect ti e B. & 0., will likely do imnt The Big Four will run an excursion to Cleveland. Thursday, October i, on ac count, of the races and the baseball enmn. Faro for the round trip, seventy o , five cents. Tickets good, to return on all trains that stop hero until October 4 Trnin Ipsivph here at 8:13 a. m. See posters. E. J. Huirhes. who has been in the em dIov of Dr. E. G. Rust for the past four years, left his service October 1. Before taking his departure, the doctor present ed him with a beautiful gold watch as a token for his faithfulness and interest in his business. Ned was completely surprised, but accepted the gift and ex tended thanks The annual thank-offering meeting of the ladies of the Congregational thurcn, wns held in the mayor's court room, mi day afternoon. The offerings reached $55.00. Mrs. Frank Kelscy, ol uoernn and Miss Little, a missionary from Mic ronesia were present and delivered inter oatino addresses. Unlit luncll Was served. About seventy were present. It is said that some of tho lovers ot the cigarette and cigar, whether by mistake or otherwise, get a little too near the nnnn windows and vestibules of the "r ... church buildings while religious ser vices are being held, to engage in sinok lnir. While this may be exceedingly en joyable to the parties, it is very unpleas ant for those seated In the auditorium, On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. E. W aiter son was taking a pleasure ride with a friend and when they readied Mst Alain street the horse became unmanageable and she was hurled from the buggy to the eround and received a bad cut on the honrt with other slieht injuries. She was taken to the residence ot her son-in- law. A. B. Lambert, on South street, and kindly cared for, and the probabilities are that she will be about in a few days. When Baby was sick, gave her Castorla. When he wan a Child, ha cried tor Castorla. When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When the bad Children, the gave them Castorla Eugene Mclntyre spent Sunday in Ak ron. B. B. Herrick spent last week in South Dakota. E. C. Manter, of Elyria, was in town Sunday. Wilbur Barrick, of Lodi, was in town Monday. J. W. Moore, of Plymouth, was in town Thursday. II. M. Peirce attended conference at Mt. Vernon. Charles Dawson, of Wooster, is visiting friends here. Miss Mollie Ross, of Medina, spent last week in town. Dr. T. S. Seeley, of Norwalk, was in town Tuesday. L. F. Webster is assisting at the First National Bank. W. Comstock, of Niles, Mich., spent Sunday in town. Mrs. Dr. Slemmons is at home for a two week's visit. Mrs. W. II. Williams is visiting in Chicago and Omaha. Miss Ada Binehower was in West Salem the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Russell are visiting friends in Fitchville this week. Anlnlt C. WT. Homenway & Co., and C. W. Hemenway in person made an assign ment this morning to T. R. Herrick Liabilities and assets unknown. CHURCH NOTES. METUOMST. The Missionary and Aid Society of the M. E. Church will hold a meeting this afternoon, at the parsonage, which will be followed bv a social in the evening. Circle No. 1 will serve light refreshments from o to 9 o clock. Both old and young are earnestly requested to be present. There will be regular services at the M. E. church next Sunday. The preach service in the evening will begin at i:30 Instead of 7 o clock as heretofore. DISCIPLE. The subject for next Sunday morning will be, "The Apostle John in the Spirit with Christ on the Lord's Day,' and in the evening, "The Full Plan of Salvation." Jt is Well. The Enterprise congratulates Rev. E. T. Hagerman on his return to Welling ton. M. H. Laundon is now an employe of the Society for Saving's Bank, in Cleve land. Dr. E. G. Rust, wife and daugliter left for New York to-day to remain for an in definite time. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Barnes left for Maringo, 111., Monday night, to make it their future home. Miss Grace Grandy. of Lorain, is the trimmer and Miss Lillian Murray, assis tant, at Mrs. Lee Allis' millinery store. Joseph Turley. who met with a serious accident recently, which cost him his right arm, is now able to be about again. H. C. Edwards and wife, of New York, with the American Express Company, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Win. Yischer. M. W. Shepherd, of Rochester, will leave for Florida in a few days to spend the winter in search of health. He will communicate with this paper occasionally. Mrs. A. S. Benedict and Mrs. E. -F. Webster wero called to Weston, 0., Sat urday, to attend the funeral ot their brother. W. H. Ladd. The remaius were taken to Medina for interment. Miss Eva Gibbs, of Elm street, enter tained tho Young Ladies' Club Monday evening. The object of the meeting was to tonder a farewell reception to Miss Louise Rust, who leaves for New York to-day. Amuse uients. The distiniruished actress, Anna E. Davis, supported by Henry Blackaller's Stock Company, is billed to appear at the opera house every evening this week, including a matinee Saturday afternoon. On Monday evening was presented tne treat society comedy drama, entitled, "A 0 v Princess of Paris." to a fair house. The drama being from real life and the parts being well played, it could rot fail to please tho entire audience. "The French Spy," which has been en tirely rewritten for Miss Davis, was pre sented last evening. This evening' the bright, sparkling comedy, "Daisies and Diamonds," will be given. Advertised Letters. The following are the unclaimed let ters for the week ending September 30: Angel, Miss Nora, Dickey & Collister, Doan, Ellas, Davidson, Anna, Fisher, 0. II., Frlnk, Geo. E., Grenelle, N. N., Gleissner, Henri, Johnson, Mrs. A. E., Magramgh, J. L., Park, Miss Ida M., Rogan, Mrs. Alary, Viets, C. S., Webster, Fred, C. W. Arxer, P. M, A f9W weeks since the trustees of Ridgeville township ordered a well sunk in the cemetery at Field's Corners, for the purpose of obtaining water for flowers and plants. Some of the citizens thought that the well was in too close proximity to the graves and ordered it filled up. The trustees have now brought an injunction suit against the citizens, restraining them from interfering in any way with removing the debris that was placed in the well or disturbing it after it is placed in condition. Dentil of W. It. f-ailil. Mrs. E. Benedict and Mrs. E. F. Web ster were called to Weston, 0., by the death of their brother, W. B. Ladd, of that place. The remains were interred in the family lot at Medina cemetery, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. W. B. Ladd, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ladd, Mr. and Mrs Geo. Ladd. of Weston, and S. Irving, of Tontogany, 0., a business partner of the deceased, spent Sunday with friends here. Mr. Ladd was a former resident of this place, and for" years in tho hard ware business with E. Benedict. His life was an example of sterling worth, fine business ability and Christian use fulness to the community in which he lived. DIED. Cox. On September V 1893, at the res idence of his daughter, Mrs. C. i. Christie.James W.Cox.aged 82 years. Jackson, Mich., Daily Citizen, Sept. IT. The Record Hrenkor. Engino No. ii'J'J, which hauled tho Empire State express, of the New York Central, is holding the world's record as the fastest regular long distauco passen ger engino. It is in service every day except Sundays between New York and Buffalo, 440 miles in 520 minutes, aver aging 51 miles an hour all day including four stops and 28 slow-downs. This train is practicably a counterpart of the special train making the world's record for a long distance run, beptemiier. 11th, 1895, from New York to East Buffa lo, 43C)'4 miles in 407 minutes, averag ing t4 20-100 miles an hour. Length ot special train, 337 feet; weight, 5(55,000 pounds; capacity, 218 passengers. ClulildnB Kntes for ISO.',. The Enterprise and Cleveland Daily World 12.50. J. S. RI3 ALLORY & Go's rand Opening , and Exposition! A week of carnival and Bargain Festival a feast of gladness for the lovers of the TRULY GOOD and TRULY CHEAP. Colored Dress Goods. Imported Novelties in lnro-e vnriptips. TIip newest, colorings in Brocades, Crepon effects, Mohair mixtures, Silk and Wool novelties. The bargain of the season is our 39-cent All-Wool French Serge. Our line of 25-cent Dress Goods is still unbroken. You cannot afford to pass them by. , Black Dress Goods. As black seems to be the nrevailincr color this season. we will chance to quote a few thincrs to convince vou that we have the nicest line and largest assortment in town. . All-Wool Serees 35c. 50c. 65c. 75c. 85c. $1.00, $1.25. Brocades and fancy weaves 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. The wise are buying Capes and Jackets a now because any day may see a blighting frost and biting temperature. You would not be so foolish as to purchase anything in this line without first seeing our unapproachable mt 1 ? n 1 t . Ill line. We say unapproachable because it is impossible to find the variety of stylish garments anywhere else in Well ington. We show every tashionable garment in Lapes and. Jackets at prices winch will surprise the closest buyers. A Very Special Bargain. No. 101 Ladies' Fine Kersey Jackets at $5.00. No. 878 Fine Beaver Braid Trimmed Jackets at $5.00. No. 945 Boucle Jackets at $G.50. Special prices on blankets for the next ten days from (55 cents to $5.00 per pair. J.S.Mallory&Co. Qieao SboesI - leaf Sloes! This cut represents the Famous shoes made of Tiger Kid stock. The best wear ing shoes on earth. None, can epial them. We have tested them and can prove by our customers the satisfaction they have given. Thes fr8 shoes will be found at our r-'-- -mm in store at remarkably low prices compared with other goods. We have also a few odd sizes left in other shoes at less than cost to close out. enedict Shoe Co. Hello! Dr. M. II. Mills has had a telephone placed in his residence. E. C. Branson will have a telephone in his new residence on Forest street and No. 29 will call him instead of Dr. E. G Rust. . , The World's Fair Te?ts showed no baking powder so pure or so great In Ieav tnlng power as the Royal. 1.8(1 1.8(1. l.fio. t.flO. 30 DAYS. 30 DAYS. Great Discount Sale of Boots aiid Shoes. Cleveland Daily Press Weekly Leader.... Weekly Plain Dealer Ohio Farmer.. N. Y. Tribune and Inter Ocean Cleveland Daily Press (alone) 1.23 Cleveland Daily World (alone) . . . 1.30 We club with all papers and period! cals published In the United States. Our Agrnln. The following are our special agents:. A. J. Burrell at Huntington. A. W. Denham, Penfield. II. B. Beardsley, Rochester. C. F. Greene, Brighton. Miss Minnie Sprecher, Spencer. E. E. Dudley. Sullivan. Loren Lovoland, Whitefox, 0. " Ilood's Sarsaparilla gives geat bodily, nerve and mental and digestive strength, simplv because it purifies, vitalizes and enriches the blood. When Nature Needs assistance it may be best to render it promptly, but one shoula remember to use even the most perfect remedies on ly when needed. The best and most simple and gentlo remedy is the Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig syrnp w. The greatest discount sale eyer inaugurated in Yellington! Boots and Shoes sold at prices that are simply astounding. In this sale we will seli 100 pairs of ladies' shoes, Dongola Kid, Pat. Tip, at 81.00. Every pair of Ladies' Oxfords in the house going at cost. . Every pair of Tan Shoes closing out at cost. In fact, everything in leather goods for the nest thirty day . cut down to ROCK BOTTOM TRICES FOR CASH, at the 01 Reliable Shoe Store. II. C. IIAHIS. First door west First Nat'l Bank. . Wellington, 0. 30 DAYS. 30 DAYS.