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T1IK WELLINGTON- ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1897.
viffim ifiWs 1 n r f r n r r n r r r r r r r n r f r r ( i r ...READY MAD ...CLOTHING Suits, Overcoats, and mm j 4 eJ Ulsters Selected by a Clothing Man and Tailored to FJerfection Boy's Reefer Overcoats galore, $4.50 and $5.00, garments, the finest that S-k can -be shown, now $3.50. Underwear in single piece and combination suits. ; n 1 . st ft 111 111 1 omrts, uuns ana uonars, aii.snapes ana sizes. Neckwear of Every Description. Fine Initial Handkercheifs, 2 for 2.scts. Also good qualities in Silk and Linen. . ," ' t .1 .m The Vioaf. Una nf Slllr' anA AT orinn f lii -ffl 1 ova avav airrn !n Wfolllnof A UV WUW 1111 V V A. P- W I ft U V i'lVl ftUV U Jill VI k7 V VI DUV U II All II VlllUg lVU j V - V surpassing our own former selections. t or The fine line of Sweaters, Children's Clothing, and a thousand and one other v - things, make our store one of the principle resorts for Christmas buyers. 5 "25 SULLIVAN. continued from 1st page. Listen foP wedding bells. Word reaches us from Jacksonville, Fla., that Mrs. Emmeline Wandel arrived there safely last Thursday. Mr. Frank Slack and brother John returned to their home Saturday at North Amherst, and that reminds us that the "typo" madeussay Mrs. Frank Plack instead of Messrs Frank and John Slack. Friend Frank is not the happy possessor of a wife yet. PENF1ELD. On Tueaday evening of the past week, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelsey were most thoroughly and yet agreably surprised, by the families of thestock holders of tiie i-un ureain ' cheese laetory, who descended upon them bodily, taking complete posession of the premises for the time being. This warlike invasion was so skilfully planned, that neither Mr. or Mrs. Kelsey suspifioned a thing until their dwelling ICas completely fulled with the besieging party, who were heavily armed to the tee:h with baskets of eatibles such as the soul of the epicure loveth, and in good time all sat 'down amicably to discuss feHst of Oysters and oilier delicacies of the season, garnished around by a sea of happy faces, and seasoned with i regular cross fire of wit and railery followed by bursts of hearty laughter which went far to show how thorough ly all enjoyed themselves. After the "inner man" was thoroughly refreshed J.C.Smith in a few suitable words, begged their acceptance of a handsome rooking chair, as a joint gift from all present, and at the same time, Mrs Kelsey was the happy recipient of i Tery handsome plate. The stock holders took this manner of show- nc their hearty npprecia tion of Mr, Kelsey both from a business and socml standpoint, he having filled a difficult position oi cheese maker, for the past year with flattering success. - ' Our ' esteemed young townsman, Everitt, has just got his new feed mill running in good shape, and is armed for business. As the business as yet, Is not rushed, he will grind on Mon day's for thejpresent, and keep on whi e custom continues. All should give him a trial, before taking work else where, as it is always good policy to sustain ' home industries, whenever practicable. CAMDEN. John Ward had the misfortune lo brake one of his limbs just above the ankle recently. Mrs. E. E. Morgan entertained Mrs. C. M. Morrison and a young lady of Onerlin, and Mrs. .Rena Morgan, of Adrian, Michigan. Fred Perkins i home for the winter. Mrs. Kane, of Hillsdale, Mich., is with he daughter, Mrs. R. W. Allen, for an indefinite time. C. A. Hardy and his mother of Brighton called on Roswell Hardy last Thursday. Mr. Hardy is suffer ing with a stroke of paralysis. His condition is very little improved at tin's waiting. Miss Hattie Cook spent one day Inst week with Mrs. M. E. Loveland of Brighton. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Will Taylor, twins, a son and a daughter, December 11. BRIEF NEWS ITEMS to! The Cleveland, Berea and Elyria, Oberlin electric railway companies have been consolidated. The capital of the company is f 1,000,000, xnd the headquarters will be in Cleveland. Cleveland is to have a new theatre, The Palace, which will cost $60,000.: A" Chicago miin is contemplating building a pickle factory at Greenwich. New London wants a flour mill. So dors Wellington for that matter. A receiver has been appointed for the Sandusky, Mansfield & Newark railway. ROCHESTER- i. A. Justice left for Palatka, Fla., last Thursday, where he will spend the winter. Dr. Robert of this place has located at Waneman where he will continue the practice of medicine. ! Chas. Ashcroft was in Cleveland, Monday. Win. Ledyard and S. Fisher were in Elyria last week. The Lorain Quarterly meeting of the Free Baptists was held at this place Saturday and Sunday with good at tendance. Delegates from Kipton and Spencer were present. Devotional ser vices at 9 :45 a. m., by Rev. A. H. Lash, pastor; preaching at 10:30, by Rev. Daley, of. Auburn; young people's meeting at 7:00 o'clock, led by Mr. W. M. Phelps, and preaching at 7:30 p. m., by Rev. Gray, of Spencer. The conference was a complete suc cess in every respect. ChriBtmas exercises at the M. E. church on Christmas eve, Dec 24, and at the Baptist church, Christmas night, Dec. 25. On Tuesday, Deo. 7., Rev. and Mrs. A. II. Lash celebrated their wedding anniversary. The Ladie s Aid society furnished one of those elegant dinners of which the ladies of Rochester are capable of doing. Over sixty were present. Rev. McCoweli conducted the dovotlonal services. After dinner was served and an enjoyable time was hnd, and remembered their pastor I i i i Prosperity comes quickest to thi' man whose liver is in good condition, De Witt's Little Early Risen are fam ous little pilla for constipation. Iiill- ionnest, indigestion and all tomnd and liver troubles. J. W. Houhton. -ALL WOMEN JlKE-TENTHS trfr all the pain andslcknessfrom which Women! suffer is caused! oy weakness or derangement In .the organs of menstruation. Nsarly always! when a woman Is not well these organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman is very seldom sick. Is nature's provision for the regu lation of the menstrual function. It cures all " female troubles." It Is equally effective for the girl In her teens, the young wiftf with do mestlo and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the "Change of Life." They all need It. They are all benefitted by It. For dv!c In cases requlrlnr tpecb! direction!, address, flvinr symptoms, the "Ladles' Advisory Department, The Chittanooc Medicine Co., Chatta nooga. Tenn, THOS.J. COOPER, Tupelo, Mist., jaysi "Mr sitter suffered from very Irregular and eslnlul menstruation and doctors could not relieve her. Wine ol Cartful entirely cured her and site helped M wther through the Change ol Ufa," We have just placed in stock a large and complete line of FRAMED PICTURES, medallions Art Novelties which we propose to sell at prices that will astonish you. There is nothing more attractive, nothing which lasts long er, nothing as acceptable for a Wedding, Birthday or Holiday Gift as an Artistic Medallion or Picture. We also wish to call your attention to a few bargains: Flannelitte Wrappers, well worth $1.25 now... 95c. Old fash'mned Knitting yarn lb. skeins 20c. Ladies fleeced Stockings . ...15c. We Want Your Trade and if Low Prices and a Complete Assortment will be an attraction to you We Will Get It! VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME. WELLINGTON NOVELTY STORE, Tinware, Notidns, Stationery, Etc Lowest prices in Town. WELLINGTON MARKETS. Corrected every Wedne dtiy morning. Faying. Hay per ton ft OOrtJ 8 0 Clover seed per bu 3 U0 i 80 SO 30 21 4ft 8il IK 20 Ill 12 ft;-B BO Corn in ear " Corn shelled, .Vi lts OnUpttrbu Rye per bu New Wheat per bu Butter, dairy, per tb Butter, creamery, tb Ekk per doz Honey" lb Lord . " lb Potatoes per bu Selling. Flour per suck of 49tns Corn Meal per cwt Chop " " Middlings " " Bran - " .. Oil Meal " " by various gifiu, euch returned home wishing them many happy return! o similar oqcaiions. TIim purson who dinturbed the eon reg:ition last Sunday by cotighfng- i ..quested to call on VV. H. Tistwt A Co. and net a bottle if Foley'i Honey and Tar, which always gives relief. 1 1 CMI Alli Utighea, Norfolk. Va.. was irigliiiti.l,, burned on the face and neck. Pain wan ii r i.mily relivd ' by DeWitt'a Witch HnI Salve, which n-wu rue injury without leaving ft avur. It in the fumoua pile remedy J. W. Houohton. 1 35 as 8ft 7ft 65 1 80 CALIFORNIA FRUIT. Fancy Stock Big Values. Prunes, 3 lbs. 25c. Seedless Rnising 3 lbs 25c. Apricots 2 lbs 26c. Peaches, Crawford 12c. Peachen, Muir 13c. Seeded Raisins, Loose Muscatels, English Currants, etc. A complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Cash prices cheap aB any. T. S. TUCKER. CHEESK MARKET. Billing Prices Monday's 8ales. Ohio State Flats Do " " Familv 8'ic i AUCTIONEER. A..T. Wilon a practical auctioneer will sell farm property at reasonable rates. Orders can be left at the Enter prise ofllce or address A. J. Wilson, Pittsfield, 0. 'Terms, 1 for first $400; for the rest. THE New Cash Grocery Cold Dust, Pearllne, Teas and Coffees, Aunt Jemima's Panoake Flour, Corn Meal and Graham. Creamery and Dairy Butter, York State Cheese, Country Lard, and Canned Goods of All Kinds. . PleaBe remember our goods are all fresh and first grade., WM. CROSIER. Pilws Perinnntly Cared in from Three to Five Days Time. CreamArv RuttAr 20 a by the use of Lo-Mo. One bottle guaranteed to cure any case of Piles, Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg. Pa., regardless of how long standing, what says; "My child is worth millions Sittn may clBim.Money refunded lper to me ; yet I would lmve lost her by manent cure is not obtained in the croup had I not Invested twenty-five most severe cases In less tluin 5 days. j . u.n f r.. ui:n..t rn.,i. After all others fail net i.o-Mo ana oo ...... , ,, ... iMirfrt Prlnn, 75 o. per bottle. Sold uure. u cures cougns. ooius ami , -( ,,MI(;gilsU or gent pre. a a ' si lit . tnroat ana Jung irouoies. J. . .hiiI on receipt of prion. Aaaresi Houghton. Harry igue, Williamsport, Pa. " OAK GARLAND lll! neating . . . . Stovos THE WORLD'S BEST, at k . .; Ransom&Wilbur's ; DR. W. L. HOLBROOK. ! 20 YEARS 1; EXPERIENCE. ' I Bridge Work, Gold and 5 Porcelain Crown. Our " c ! reputation is a guarantee. Mrs. Holbrook helps. $ HARRY tL. KIHG 'ilv.'Ji.. - t . "7' v OTTERBACHER BLOCK.