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THE WELLINGTON' ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1897.
STANDARD SHOES. N o o Quality and Price go hand in hand. Superior goods nec essarily costing more to produce THAN inferior grades. For FINISH and FITTING QUALITIES, our lines are the aceepted standards. We extend a cordial invitation to all buyers tb inspect our goods. THE SHOE Wi AN. SE.RAGE TIME TABLES: ' bio' roi'B.' ' ' ' .WEST.' 'V ' . 19-Col. ClD. Ind. 4 8t L 9:09 a. m 2-Dalljr St. L. Ex J.36 p-m J7CoLEx 6:p.m 37- Dally CoL 4 CIn. Ex 100 p. m 61-Local Freight 108 a. m -8unday Only 11 M a. m , IAS. , 38- Dally CoL & Cln. K.,.. 6:08 a. m 96-Galion Ex 8:17a. m 38-Datly CoL Ind. & St L. Ex U :47 a, m 6 -Dally Col. A Cli Kx ......... S :5ft p. m M-Welllngton Ex t. ........ 6:30 p. ra 50-Local Freight.;....., SdSp.m W. t. wen. ' ..SA8T. E. . 6:01 a.m .1:04 p. m .11 -46 a. m . 6:67 p. m LOCAL. HAPPENINGS. The American House is soon to have a new gravel xoot, The storert)f H. Tiagot it under poinff a coat of paint. O C7 . . - J. M. Otterbacher't stock of gloves and mittens is complete. . THE GRIST MILL MEETING NEXT WEDNESDAY EVENING. ' All kinds of hand-made harness for sale 'by J.M. Otterbacher." Special excursion to Columbus, Sun day .November 21. $1,00 for round trip, Train leaveB Wellington at,8:56 a. m fliilnmhna at 6: S0.fi. hi. . V irhe Belief Sewing Societyj-.will meet with Mrs. IFred. . Smith on .Thursday November 18, and serve a ten-cent bup nir'- VxArvhnAv invited. . tf"' ii 'T t feiventv-flve': cents , round trip to fMfivaland. - Sunday. . November 21 Train leaves Wellington at 8 : 40 a m. Cleveland at 7:00 p.-jn returning. The Big Four private car Containing the officials or theroaa, passea tnrougn here Tuesday afternoon ; also, the pay car, which of course the employes are always glad to see.;' The Farmer's institute will meet in Wellington, December 8 and 4. 0. G, Williams and B. F. Brown, of the state . . . ... Ml 1 ' 1.A 1 hoard lnstliue. will ue in uueuuancc Lookout for program next week. I John pikef Cleveland, 0. , who had , 1 1aa tittia nrif H hia ait. ueeu Buciiuxii wuid vv .w tor, Mrs.-. Watts Jof Penfleld, O., died very suddenly on last Thursday of par alvRi. The remains were taken to Cleveland, Friday afternoon where the funeral and interment took place on Sunday., '' The Oberlin Owl says: "Word was mcnivftd from Elvria Saturday mora ing that officials of the Oberlin-Elyri electric line had made the statement that cars would be running regularly nn the new line in a month. Work at this end is being rapidly pushed, and the track is being put in order all along the line." ' ' , Mrs. F. W. Bennett, of Prospect St; while descending the steps of her real dence, Tuesday morning, slipped and fell, the steps being very slippery from the recent rains, striking in such ' n n t ft.aifiiiia turn riho Wo 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 H W IilV.l w.iv avu. '.w are sorry to learn of Mrs. Bennett' misfortune and hope for her speedy recovery. Cleveland contributed the reader of the evening, whose entrance was a sig hal for applause, this being Miss Nay lor's second call to Bellevue. She held the sympathies of her audience from the start, moving the people to tears and lauuhterat will. We consider this young lady one of the most satis factory readers before the public The ? Bellevue News, Sept. 8, '97. It is probable that the High School foot ball team will reorganize, chal ' fn?e Wellington Hicb school and if crame can be arranged will go into trnininar attain. The same will be ar ranged for Thanksgiving day and will nrobablv nlaved here. Lorain Times The Wellington team would un doubtedly be glad to arrange a game and might be able to show the Lorai boys a good "tussle. In the proposition of Norton T. and r,haa. W. Horr. regarding the Eletri Light case, published in last week noun several tvDOgrauhical errors and omissions occurred, which made it ap tfear more favorable from the Horrs than it would if correctly printed Tim most imoorant of which, was the Amission of the words after. Vthe vil lage of Wellington or its successors. "Adeauate buddIi for protection, from fire, but for no other purpose what soever." LAGRANGE WINS- Hard Fought Game, The foot ball eleven of Wellington met the LaGrange team Saturday afternoon on the school grounds and were defeated by a score ol 4 to 0. The game all through was a hotly con tested one, some gooid playing, and fine tackles were made on both sides. Underhill and Merriam of LaGrange, Morgan and Hatfield of Wellington. played a good and strong game. Their cool and quick work prevented the ball being forced through their goal. A return game will be played on the LaGrange grounds next Saturday, rhe line up was as follows LaGrange Wolcott Curtice Hubbard Rawson Underhill Allen Hubbard Forbes Merriam Underhill Hubbard Position left end left taenle left guard center right guard right tackle right end quarter-back right half-back Hatfield left half-back Joyce full-back Holliday Wellington, Zimpher Van Duke Metzger Hall Barbor . Witbeck Morgan Adams A Bar Treat. The ladies of the M. E. Church have been very fortunate in securing the services of Miss Minerva Naylor, read: er and elocutionist, of Cleveland, who will give one of her unusually interest ing entertainments at the M. E, church, Wednesday evening, December 1st. Look for press notices and hand: bills, later. Mayor's Court. The case of the village of Wellington Vs. Ernest Lemmuel, was called in tlifl mayor's court room Saturday morning but on account of sickness of a mater- ial witness for the prosecution, the case was continued until Tuesday Dec ember 7th. Harry Hart and Harry Lemmons spent Sunday in Marshal Williams hotel. They were brought before the mayor Monday morning. Hart was given a fine of $5.00 and costs, and Lemmena was let off with costs only, DO NOT FORGET THE ADJOURNED MEETING NEXT WEDNESDAY. ' When in need Of a good trunk, Valise Wellingtons Foot Ball Team Downed In or telescope, call on J. M. Otterbacher. Mayor Couch has recently had a Bell telephone put in his place of business. 45, old line, is the number. Don't forget the 10c,-lunch to be served at the Baptist church, Thurs day noon from 12 to 2 o'clock. The Young People's Bible Club will ave a literary meeting at the home of Miss Lulu Yincent, on West Main St., this evening. J. M. Otterbacher always has the largest and most complete line of blankets and lap robes at prices that defy competition. Escalloped fish, potato croquettes, Boston baked beans, Boston brown bread, white bread and butter, beet pickles, pumpkin pie, tea and coffee ; all for 10 cents to-morrow at the Bap tist church. Norman Whitney formerly of this place died at his home in Lin dale, O very suddenly Monday. The remains will be brought to Wellington tomor row. Funeral services will be held in the Baptist church. Myron T. Herrick has been elected president of the Belt Line railroad at Toledo. In all probability this will mean that Mr. Blair will have to step down from the'presidential chair of the W. & L. E. R. R. In the near future. At the meeting of the Wellington branch of the ' Theosophical Society, Sunday at 2: 30 p. m., two papers; "The Secret of Power," by Dr. J. D. Buck, and "Extensfon of Previous Beliefs," by Mrs. Mary F. Lang, will be read and discussed. Rev. J.M. Seaton, of Richmond, Va., will address the Liberal Religious So ciety Sunday afternoon at 2:80o'clock Servioes will be held in the Maccabees Hall. Subject," Jesus, the Son of God." Rev,"Seaton will' be remembered as a forcible and entertaining speaker by those who heard him last year. At the grist mill meeting held in the mayor's court room last evening Mr. E. Miller, President of the Farmers Milling Co., of Wauseon, O., was pre sent, and after he had stated what he Dronosed to do, and the amount of money needed, two more were added to the committee to canvass for the raising of the $2500. The meeting then adjourned until next Wednesday evening. The solo "Holy City" sung in the M. E. church Sunday evening by Miss Musser of Medina, was a very effect lve and pleasing part of the service, Miss Musser has a full rich soprano voice of exceptionally fine quality and highly culturtd. Those who were fortunate enough to hear Miss Musser, speak in very high terms of both her quality as a singer and her charming personality. A wreck occurred on the Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry., between 8 KX) and 4 :00 o'clock last Saturday morning a short distance north-west of the target. The engine, tender, and two cars were derailed, thus stopping traffic for a time. No serious damage was done, Passenger trains passed over . the "Y" onto the Big Four tracks, thence to the depot, The, engineer being asleep, and not having the right of way and not seeing the safety open passed through thus causing the wreck. Having been on service for 48 hours. A party consisting of R. C, C. P. and Miss Nellie Horr, Mr. and Mrs.' Brom ley. Miss Hess, and Messrs Stafford and Goldburg, all of Philadelphia, Pa. reached here Tuesday afternoon and were domiciled at the residence of Mrs. R. A. Horr on East Main Btreet during their stay. The gentleman came for the purpose of gunning for ouail. and improved the time in that sport. They returned home Sun day afternoon, after having a very en joyable time. Come again ladies and gentleman, you . will always una a cordial welcome. The six head of horses sent to the Cleveland Horse Show last week by A. R. & G. B. Warner consisting of Vigil Rene and five of his colts were very successful in scouring the coveted rib bons.' .One first prize, two seconds and two thirds wer won by the herd The team of four year old geldings, Judge Ricks and Mortimer, full bro thers to the great team Fod and Kate Angell that won first last year were awarded third prize in a field consist ing of the finest teams in Ohio, and won much praise from the papers for their beauty, speed and good manners, SOCIETY AND PERSONAL- The Kdlwin Prqjpctoneope. Is exhibiting in the Bee Hive Block situated in the south-west pan of town. This marvelous machine pro jects apparently living pictures upon a screen in such a manner that the audience can see every life movement and expression true to color and na-1 Oberlin Owl. ture, and life size. Endorsed by press, pulpit and public. Each exhibition will be preceeded by a St. Louis Graph- aphone concert, which alone is worth the admission price. Remember at the Bee Hive block this week Wednes day, Thursday, ana Friday at 7:30 p, m. standard time. Admission 15 cents. Mr. ' A Decided Success. ' was the holiday opening at Bennett's furniture house Saturday afternoon and evening. Large crowds were in attendance during the afternoon and at one time in the evening both floors of the building were so filled with vis itors as to make a passage impossible, The display was very largo, vaiied, and attractive, and reflected much credit upon Mr. Bennett as a buyer and business man. Mr. Bennett was so fortunate as to obtain the services of Miss Etta F, Musser of Medina, and Miss Edith M Wallace of Berea, two charming young ladies who entertained the company with music in an attractive and pleas ing manner. The handsome sweet tone! piano used for the occasion was from the stock of Wm. Vischer '& Son, The event was pronounced a great suc cess by all who were present. Mrs. Henry Sturges, of Collinwood, O., and Mr. and Mrs. Allie Baird, of Hopkins, Mich., were the guests of Dr. R. Hathaway, the first part of the week. . , Mrs. F. M. Perrise, of Henderson, Pa., who has been visiting relatives in this vicinity, returned home the first of the week. B. Vanator is assisting at the First National Bank. E. F. Webster left Tuesday evening for Columbus, 0., where he will re main a few days. G. Watts was in Cleveland the first of the week. A. R. Palmer, E. F. Webster, Jr. and John. Wadsworth attended the horse show in Cleveland, last week.. W. C Benschoten, of Oberlin, was in town the first of the week. The 1. O. O. F. Visit Oberlin Brethren. Last week Friday night nineteen members of the Wellington lodge I.O; O. F. visited their brethren of Oberlin lodge, and exemplified the work of the first and second degree up on two candidates in waiting and the second degree upon one candidate. The exemplification was pronounced the most satisfactory ever given in the Oberlin lodge room, and greatly pleased the Oberlin brethern After the completion of the work, the visit ors "were escorted by members of the Oberlin ; lodge to the restaurant of Preston ; Hobbs where fifty people sat Qbwh to a bounteous repast served in' excellent taste. Alter the supper the'bve them re-assembled 'In the lodge rponVahd' where speeches were made by diffiernt members of the order from Wellington and Oberlin. It was well along toward morning when the Well ington visitors bid their Oberlin breth- ern good, night, and with their goat securely tied in a coffee sack started for home, well pleased with the recept ion accorded them. A finer looking jollier company of men would be hard to find, and Wellington may, well be proud of her Odd Fellow lodge. Fol lowing are the names of the visitors: Hj F. Warner, A.' E. Nash, G. J. Campbell, J. A. Waite, A. P. Lincoln, G. L. Hackenbass. R. E. Sheldon, Levi Myers, J. O. Lang, E. M. Vincent, A. G. Wall, J. P. Eidt, C. N. McCoy J. H. Pember, Geo. Haines, II. Betz, C. L. Phelps, R. T. Spicer, and J. J. ThimaB. At the Beginning of the Fall Season We wish to impress upon your minds the J) great importance of looking around be- O fore you decide to make a purchase of any kind that runs into money to any considerable, extent. Styles, Qualities and Prices it between the leading stores before you decide, 0 is by comparisons only that you can intel O lisrentlv conclude at which store you can trade (J mosi aavaniageousiy, anu rignt iiure we wain to say that the more you (have looked, and the better posted you are the easier it will be for us Q to secure your patronage. All That We Desire Ia an opportunity to show you our Goods, aud have you compare them in every way with similar Q goods shown by our competitors, and then let you be the judge as to where you can do the best. If you find you can do better here than elsewhere, then we feel that we are entitled to your business, Q and upon no other ground. J. S. MALLORY & CO. :MfifiCC0OmSjSC0CCO9MQC0CO( Weather prophets say we are going: to have a long and very cold winter, you must protect your feet and keep them warm and dry by wearing our Felt boots and shoes. You will find our stock more complete and prices lower than ever before. Give us a call. BENEDICT SHOE CO. Cash Boot and Shoe Store. Schroder on Silver. Wm. Schroder of this place gives his theory regarding free silver, gold standard, etc. between this and foreign countries: Firt. We take two pounds of silver out of Senator Stewart's silver mine Nevada: one pound we take to For Constipation take Earl's Clover Root Tea, the great Blood Purifier. Cures Headache, Nervousness, Erup tions on the face, and makes the head clear aa a bell. Sold by E. W. Adams. Hhtioa'f consumption uure cures where others fail. It is the leading Cough Cure, and no home should be without it. Pleagiut to take and i;oeS right to the spot. Sol? bv E. W. Adams. b in the U. S. mint and receive sixteen dol lars. each worth one hundred cents. The other pound of silver we take to Mexico and receive sixteen Mexican silver dollars, each being worth 89 to 40 cents, according to bullion. Second. Next we go to Uncle Sam'B Dost office and buy a silver dollar's worth of domestic or foreign stamps- everyone knows that we receive 100 cents worth of stamps, full value. Next we go to Mexico, Japan, South Amer ica or to a free silver country, take a Mexican silver dollar and buy a dol lar's worth of foreign stamps. The re suit? You can try it. It is similar as in first paragraph. Third. Our congress is elected by the people and receive $5000 annually It is not so in Europe. The congress in the Reichtag at Berlin, House of Lords at London, Paris, Vienna, St. Petersburg, etc., receive no pay, and are neither elected by the people ; but in reality all these high lords and land owners receive more pay than our con gressmen. Why? They rent thei land, sell grain, cattle, wool, etc., and all these must be paid in gold, or the value in gold, and gold is always at a high premium. Will Europe agree t free silver? Surely not. Therefore Senator Wolcott's and the monetary commissioners' fiasco in Europe. Who . . . I . l 1 o I can step uj anu Bay uie auuve is wrung i ' Dr. W. E. Barton's new book, "A Hero in Homespun" can be had at W H. Fisher'B. Price $1.60. J. M. OTTERBACHER has the largest and most complete stock of ...BLANKETS AND LAP ROBES in To be found in Northern Ohio. All kinds, all T m'nnn nil nviiaa flail on OTQTYiIno Knfnro rmv-- . T l u V lug eioewuoj o. 3 H. C. HARRIS. WHY ARE WE BUSY? Incontinence of water during Bleep stopped immediately by Dr. E. Det chon's Anti Diuretic. Cures children and adults alike. Price $1. Sold by E. W. Adams," druggist, Wellington, Ohio. It May 98 ' Choice Chrysanthemums, At the greenhouse, Thursday, Fri day, Saturday, choice Chrysanthemums at 35 cents each. These plants are in 7 inch pots. , Smaller plants at 10 and 15 cents each. 47 Because we have what the majority of the people are looking for. Because we are showing the finest line of Boots and Shoes at moderate prices, for i Ladies, Gents, Misses, Boys, and the Babies. It makes no difference what style or grade is desired, we can suit all in the latest patterns, in quality and in price three things to be well considered. H. C. HARRIS.