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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, !8!)7.
WINTER WEIGHT SHOES. A line of Ladies' Foot-Wear which never has been equalled for the money. A Hdo of sur passing beauty and everlasting satisfaction to the wearer. Goodyear welt, cone toe, lace or button, stock or patent leather tip. One of the handsomest, most stylish and aitistc walking shoe ever made for women. Men's and boys': Calf congress audbals., invisible cork sole, box calf, kangaroo bals. Slippers, rubbers, felt' boots, rubber boots and ortics. For big folks and little folks. Just the thing for a Christmas present, SERAGE, the Shoe flan. TIME TABLES. BIO FOUR. WEST. 19-Col. CMn. lnd. & St. L 8 M a. m 85- Daily St. L. Ex ". S :20 p. m 27- Col.Ex 5:24 p. m 37-Daily Col. & Cin. Ex 10:00 p. m 51-Local Freight 10:53 a. m EAST. 28- Dally Col.&Cin.Kx. 5:05 a. m 86- Gallon Ex 8:lla.m 3ft-Dally Col. Ind. A St. L. Ex 11 :43 a. m 6 -Dally Col. A Cliw Ex S32 p. m 24 Wellington Ex i -rfi !. ni 2 Dally fxpress 8:14 p. m 50-Local Freight 5:24 p. m W, tt In K. WEST. 2 " 6:46 a. m 6 2:06 p. m EAST. 1 .... 11 38 a. m 5 7:00 p. m I LOCAL HAPPENINGS. The quail season closes today. Tramps are getting jiumerous. School closes this week Friday, klondike socials are now becoming a fad. Wellington would enjoy a lecture course. A social will be given by th' Ep worth league in the M. E. church this evening. The stores occupied by E. F, Robin son and M. B. Whitney have been treated to a new coat of pain. Ladies, you are invited to call and examine the fancy goods at Enterprise office on and after Saturday December 1Q Cars on the Oberlin-Elyria electric line will begin running on regular schedule time by the latter part of this week. , . A dance will be given in the Opera house New Year's eve under the man agement of E. F. Webster, Jr. and R. A. Chapman. Secure your tickets for the Ollie Tor bett concert at Adam's drug store. Seats reserved at 35 and 60 cents. General admission, 26 cents; children 15 cents. J M.Starr, of Penfield township is making visits about the county in the interests of his candidacy for the nomi nation for sheriff on, the republican ticket next year. In the case of the village of Welling ton vs. Vander Bernard,, which was taken up on error, Judge Nye refused to grant them leave to file their peti tion in error. Thus affirming the mayor's court. - A rare opportunity is afforded all lovers of good music by the appear ance of The Ollie Torbett Concert Company at the opera house, Decem Ko. 00 TWra nnen at 7 :15 : concert 1 ' begins at 8:15. Secure your reserved seats at E. W. Adam's drug store, 85 and 50 cents. General admission 25 cents ; children 15. ' ' . There will be "An Amusement" social held at the home' of 0. B. Her rick's on .Clay street, Friday evening December 17th, given by the young people of the Baptist church. Every one come and bring your friends. The evening will be devoted to games and singing of the old patriotic songs after which refreshments will be, served. The Ludie's Aid Society of the Bap tist Church-will meet with Mrs. L. G. Smith on Prospect street, Friday af ternoon of this week, Acordial invita tion is extended to all. Circle No. 1 serves Bupper from 4 o'clock until 6. Bill of fare. Buiscuit and butter, es caloped oysters, potato salad, cucum ber pickles, cheese, sauce, jelly, cake, tea and coffee. Price 10 cts. Miss Ollie Torbett is conceded by all cities to be one of America's greatest lady solo violinists, of beautiful perso nal appearance and. most graceful and charming manner she cannot rail but please the most exacting audience. Aaaiaited tv the famous Lutteman Onintette of Stockholder. , Sweden, Miss Lucie E. Mawson, pianist and Mr. Thomas Petrinl, ft noted cornet player, of Pittsburgh, she will appear at the opera house on Wednesday eveninir. December 22. It is not often that the people Wellington have the nrivileee of listening to such a varied procram in one concert as will be pre sented, by this company. The should be greeted by ft full house. ; Doors onpn. 7:15: concert begins, 8:15. Ke ierved seats on sale at E, W. Adam's drugstore.. ' " You may find just what you need to complete your list of Christmas gifts among the fancy Jar tides at the Enter prise office. The Big Four road Jis changing the initials on the engines from "C. C. C. & St. L.," to Big Four, and numbering them on the cab. At the sheriff'ssale, Saturday, Dec ember 11th. in Elyria, the Clarke prop erty on Kelley street was bid off at $400, by Mary O. Clarke, and the Bush property east of town by the First Nat ional Bankat $2000. ' The building of The Warwick Elec tric Manufacturing Co. improvements, wires, poles on the streets In our vil lage and machinery and tools now in the building are offered at Sheriffs sale January 8, 1898. W. E. Sampson and Frank Rich mond, of Huntington, have purchased the livery stable formerly owned by E. H. Waite, and will run a first class livery. A share of your patronage is solicited, and satisfaction is guaran tetd. . . . Tom Prosser, the young man that fell from a ladder a month or so ago, while painting the house of Mr. Twerel of Pittsfield, O. and was seriously injured, is so much improved that he is with little difficulty able to be about again. ,.- The Lutteman Sweedish Male Quia tette are artists of the highest quality. They have appeared before large audiences in all the principle cities of Europe and America. They will be at. the opera house, Wednesday evening, Dec. 22. Mrs. Joyce and Mrs. Miller will have a holiday opening, Thursday afternoon and evening, December 16th, when a large line of fancy goods, stamped linens, embroidered goods, and a full line of childrens clothes and millinery will be shown. A cordial invitation is extended to all to call. At the meeting of the Wellington branch Sunday at 2:3 J p. m., a paper will be read entitled, "The Personal Equation" by E. F. Gates, of Chicago, and selections from "Light on the Path." The library will be open from 2:00 to 4:00. Also on Tuesday evening December 21 from 6 :30 to 8 :00. The driver of the Elyria beer wagon was arrested in Lorain last week for selling liquor in Oberlin, and was taken to that place for a hearing. The driver claims that he had only deliver ed goods that had been ordered. It is claimed that he drove into a barn with a load of liquor and sold from the wagon. Oberlin authorities will push the case. We wonder if those two Oberlin theological students won't apply for a job. The Oberlin Npws savs: "The con- Htruction of the Northern Ohio Tele phoneCompany's toll line is progressing rapidly;1 Within a week or two, Ober lin telephone subscribers will be able to converse with Elyria, Wellington, Ashland, and about a hundred and fifty other towns. The company pro pose toextend their lines to North and South Amherst, Lorain and LnGrange A station will be made at Pittsfield cen ter, and some of the farmers a.ong the through lines are thinking of putting in telephones in their houses. Mrs. Blanche Alexander, Tom Daly, Miss Carrie Davidson Mrs. Clint Hudhrey, Mrs. Lydia E. Jchnson, Frank R. Jordon, Will Packard, H. C. Smart, Mrs. M. L. Haight. C. W. Abkkr, P. M. F. and A.M. At the last stated communication of Wellington Lodge No. 127 F. & A. M., the Fellow craft degree was conferred upon two candidates and the following officers elected for the ensuing year. Walter D. Hall, W. M., Geo. W. Metz ger. Sr. W., G. E. Spitzer, Jr.' W., T. Doland, Treas., T. G. Yale, Sec'y, Wal ter Crane, Sr. D., Lyman Barrack, Jr, D., C. O. Bennett, Tyler. On and after Saturday, December 18 there will be for sale at the Enterprise office a line of fancy goods. Before completing your purchases for Christ mas call and see them. . Temperance Rally. .A Union Temperance meeting will be held on Sunday evening next, at the Methodist church, at which all the members of the Wellington Protective Association are requested to be pres ent. An election of a board of twenty five directors will take place at that meeting. Good speaking and good singing are assured. By 'ordrf of the . . i Tt tr n DOBrU. t. auubur, oecj One Minute Cough Cure cures quick ly. That's what you wuntl J. . W. Houghton. Advertised Letter. Birth. Born, December 13 to T. E. Crabtr. e and wife, a daughter. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Gay, a boy, Dec. 11. J. M. Otterbacher has the largest and most complete stock of blankets and lap robes to be found in northern Ohio. Marriage Llcenfot. Wm. R. Bunse and Cordelia M. Pol lard. A. R. Updroff and Anna Rowley. Wm. Vining and Lottie Higglns. Clarence Joseph Robinson and Rosa E. Nelson. ' Real Entttte Transfers. Ella Wadsworth to Isabelle Perkins, part of lot 114, Wellington, $275. For Sale. A large range cook stove, nearly new, will be sold very cheap. Call on Mrs. P. A. Emerson. , It. SOCIETY AND PERSONAL- For 'Sale. One hundred cords of wood in the tree, largely maple. C. F. Wkbt. For Sale. I will sell at auction on the square at Wellington. December 24 1897, the running horse Briscoe, a very fast horse. This horse will be sold for his keeping. Howk A Jones. Notice. Mica Mary Lewis will keep a supply of raised doughuiits for sale from now until after holidays. 60 A full line of sewing machines and attachments for sale by J. M. Otter bacher. There are china fruit plates worth $3.00 a dozen on the lOct. tables at Bow lby & Hall's. The Ollie Torbett Concert Co., will be the finest attraction of the season, at the opera house December 22. Kor Sale or Rent. The Brooker Property on Taylor street. Enquire of J. W. Houghton. Oyntera. This is good weather for them, and Bowl by & Hall's the pluce to buy them. Are you trying to find your wife a suitable X-mas present? If so, call and examine J. M. Otterbacher's com plete line of sewing machines. It is easy to catch a cold and just as easy to get rid of it if you commence early to use One Minute Cough Cure. It cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia and all throat and lung troubles. It is pleasant to take., safe to use and sure to cure. J. W. Houghton. J. A. Perkins' of Antiquity, O., was for thirty years needlessly tortured by physicians for the cure of eczema. He was quickly cured by using DeWitt'r Witch Hazel Salve, the famous heal ing salve for piles and skin diseases. J. W. Houghton. W. F. Sawtell was in Cleveland the first of the week. S.J. McDermott, of Elyria, was in town yesterday. C. E. Ward, of New London, was in town Tuesday on business. James Elsworth of Cleveland, was in town last week on business. G. E. Spitzer returned from his trip to Florida last Friday afternoon. Miss Molly Wolcott will visit friends and relatives in Canton next week. Mrs. T. R. Herrick visited recently, friends and sela tives in Toledo, O. C. W. Horr left for Washington, D. C. last Saturday morning on business. Mrs. B. Pearce visited Mr. and Mrs, E. J. Howell at Greenwich last weke, Mrs. L. H. Wadsworth visited in Cleveland the latter part of lost week. Miss Jessie Minor and Miss Edith Mclntyre visited Clevtlund Thursday. Mis Emma Metzger of Hutchinson, Kansas is visiting relatives here for a few weeks. Mrs. T. West is in Lakewood, O. this week, visiting her , daughter. Mrs. D. A. Wager. W. W. Harvey, of this place, con ducted services at the Centennial at Oberlin last Sunday. , Mrs. Mary McDermott Santley, of Berea, attended the china opening of Miss Laura Tissot last week. 1 H. M. Horr gave a pedro party in honor E. R. Kelsey and C. Story of Oberlin, O. last Saturday evening. Miss Myrtle and Iva Holiday of Nor- walk, O, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. It. Holiday a few days last week. . p. L. French returned from an ex tended trip through Virginia, West Virginia and the southern states, Tuesday. John Seibert, at one time pressman in this office but now with Nor wulk Chronicle, made us a pleasant call last Saturday. A. C. Houghton, of Columbus, stopped off here a few days last week and visited his father, E. V. Hough ton, west of town. E. W. Clifford, who has resided on his farm north of town tor many years left last week for West View, O., where he will spend the winter. G. E. Townsend of tnis place, travel ing salesman for the O. S. Kelley Steam Roller & Engine Co., of Springfield, O., left Monday morning for Cuba, on a business trip. Robert Clifford, who is attending Adelbert college at Cleveland, and who, for some time, has been confined to his home by sickness, is able to be about again and will soon continue his studies. Mr. Frank McClallan, of Painesville, spent Sunday at M. V. Brown's visit ing his mother and aunt, Mrs. E. L. Sabines, of Nashua, N. II. Mr. Mc Clallan is in the employ of C. Horton, formerly of this place. What It Means. When we advertise that we will guarantee Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bitters, Bucklen's Arnica Salve, or Dr. King's New Life Pills, ii means that we are authorized by the proprietors to sell these remedies on a positive guarantee, that if purchaser if not satisfied .with results, we will re fund the purchase price. These med icines have been sold on this guaran tee for many years and there could be no more conclusive evidence of their great merit. Ask about them and give them a trial. Sold at W. F. Neai & Co's. drug store. TAX NOTICE. Taxes will be received at the Home Savings Bank of Wellington, O., up to and including the 20th of December, 1897, for the following townships, spec ial and union school districts and cor porations: Brighton township, Huntington township, . Rochester township, . Rochester anion school district, , Rochester corporation, Penfield township, Penfield special school district. Wellington township, Wellington union school district Wellington Corporation. G. E. Spitztb, Dep't Treat. HERE IS A CHANCE To get your money back if you want it. We make the assertion and can prove the truth of it, "Chappelear's Branch ini The Great Cough Cure" is the only cough remedy ever known that will always give relief instantly. Bronchini never fails. It will cure a cold, it will prevent and cure croup, always relieves irritation in the throat, It is ths best family medicine for any throat or lung disease evjr known and if It don't do Just what we claim for it you can get your money refunded. Sold at 25 and 80 cents. For sale by E. W. Adams. ; VFHOLSTER1MU. I am prepared to do upholstering and repairing of furniture, also mat tress work. II orders will receive prompt attention. Call or address, John M. Benison. Wellington, O. Third door north Enterprise office. You con't afford to risk your life by allowing a cold to develop into pneu monia or consumption. Instant relief and ft certain cure are afforded by One Minute Cough Cure. J. W. Houghton. Are you getting any of the bargains off the lOct. tables at Bowlby A Hall's? If yon are not. its your fault. They are vours if you want them, and they are being taken every aay. ,. Follow the White Ribbon to the Annex in the Basement The "Whole Thing" in our new basement. The largest stock of Holiday Goods we' have ever carried, because we now have the room. Christmas for the Children. The largest doll only 98cts, Doll Heads, 13 to 40 c(b. Dolls dressed and undresed. Dolls with China or Bisque heada Dolls little and big. Dolls from 1 to .98nt8. , DOLL CARRIAGES. With topB and trimmings, in blu, pink, red and yellow, only HORSE AND CART. , Coal Carts. Milk Wagons, Drays and Ex press Wagons, strong and durable . . . '. FOR THE LITTLE TOTS. . Dressed Rubber Dolls. Dolls that cannot be broken, but can be washed, Clowns, Jumping Monkeys. "Yellow Kids" 12 to 25cts. 75cts. 75cts. The Beautiful and Useful in Willow Ware. Baskets of every size, shape, color and use, from 19cts. to $1.87. Soiled Linen Hampers, Standard Work Baskets, Work Baskets, Wall Baskets, Waste Paper Baskets. You will be better pleased if you will come now when our 6tock is complete and you can get just what you want. J. S. MALLORY & CO. Our store will be open evenings from Saturday, Dec. 11 , until after Christmas. HORSE BLANKETS. Here are some suggestions: When you want to Order Horse Blankets that are Right in every particular, and yet Save money for both yournelf and neighbors! Earnestly follow the directions below: Bring your eyes to bear on the quality; Look at the general finish of the blankets, Artistic effects are very essential, lrow compare pricee (an all important factor) Keep in mind the sizes and weights, Estimate on your crops, and ren to one the blankets you buy will Surely come from J. M. OTTERBACHER'S. N. B. Do not let your horse freeze when you can buy him a blanket for 53 cents. CO K Id Q. CO Q o X HOLIDAY SLIPPERS. "GET READY" FOR CHRISTMAS WITH Slippers for Father. Slippers lor Mother. Slippers for Brother. Slippers for Sister. Slippers for your Sweetheart. Slippers for the Children. Slippers for All. WHICH CAN BE FOUND AT f HARRIS' SHOE STORE 'SUaddHS AVQI10H o r 5 CO r pi a CO For Christmas New Years Gifts ' ' ' ' -; ..... .' , V We have Pocket Knives, Carving sets, Plated ware, Razors, Shaving Brushes and Rochester Stamping Co.:s Cop- ..V!.1.k't)I. Oil T W W per xiiv&ic a inteu tjuvci jjiucu iiuic. . j 5 RAnArlirt HnrHwVirv ,