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! I) 'V f ' Phe ENTERPRISER ' VV,' CIIVElAND 0. nl A THIRTY-FIRST YEAR. WELLINGTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1897. NO 51 WE WANT YOUR CLOTHING J IF D. H.&CO. SELL IT; i IT'S GOOD. 5 Track We think we deserve it. You will agree with , us on this point, when you see how well we have provided for your wants (in all our well filled departments. Gift Giving Time will soon be here and should you be in a giving mood, remember your friends with the practical and useful things. For instance: A flan or Boy would like an Overcoat, Ulster, Mackintosh or Suit of Clothes. He would like a Cap, either in Plush, Beaver or Worsted. He would like an all silk Initial , Handkerchief. Among other things, too numerous to mention, he would like a pair of Gloves or Mittens, a Worsted or Silk Muffler; a fine Necktie, in Bow, Teck or 4-in-hand: a Sweater, plain or turtle neck; a a pair of Cuff Buttons, plain or link; a Shirt, plain or fancy bossom; a set of warm Underwear; fine Hose wool or cotton; an Umbrella, Collars and Cuffs, etc And remember, he would like the above selected from the up-to-date Clothiers, D. H. & Co. There's Such a Thing as clothing being too cheap to be good, but there's no such thing as their being too good to . be cheap. ' Come in and convince yourself that the best place to buy clothing is at the store of J)AIIGHEraJELMNj&CO, The Wellington Machine Go. TV- I On hand, Best Cleveland Red Stock Brick. Will have a few car loads only. Get them now. CORRESPONDENCE. XXXrO HUNTINGTON. Miss Lillian Finkle has returned from New London, where she has been for some time. James Hundley has returned from Kansas, where she has been visiting. Miss Ollie Jones has gone to Well ington for the wintor. She will spend Xmas in Norwalk, 0. , Mrs. Charles Dirlam of Sullivan, 0., spent last Thursday with he? parents,' Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Phelon. Samuel Barnes of Chicago, is visiting his uncle, L. A. Walker and family. James Bolger of Cleveland, was in town last Thursday. Mrs. Lewis Macham of Elyria, is visiting relatives in town. Mrs. George Hart is very sick with typhoid fever. Mrs. S'anley Roger's neighbors gath ered at her nome one day recently and cut her a nice jot of wood. They were served to a good dinner. Arthur Cole and family spent the past week with Mrs. Cole's parents in Oiange. The Epworth League will give, an entertainment in the M. E. church Friday evening, December 21. Come one, ana ail. The ladies of the Mite society will give a social at the home of J. V Phelon's Tuesday eyening, December 28th. Frank McClellan of Wel'ington, visi ted his parents, Mr. William McClell an, Sunday. Miss Maud Chapman has returned from Michigan, where she has been visiting. Mr. B. G. Roice and family spent Sunday in Wellington with his parents. Allan Breyley of Wellington was in town Sunday. Miss tiny Spencer came home from Cleveland, Saturday to spend the holi days with her mother at the old home. Miss Tiny has chosen the profession of trained nurse and is very enthusiastic in her praise of her vocation. She but lately returned from Pennsylvania where he has been for several weeks, sent in answer for a skilled nurse. We are all 'pleased to welcome the little lady home. She was ever a prime favorite in the land of her nativity. Miss Carrie Davidson, of Welling ton, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. B. Harvnott. Ora Arndt came home from Hiram college to spend the holidays. Alvin vBeck came from Cleveland, Saturday to make a visit among rela tives and friends in Sullivan. Arthur Hyde is home from Hiram collegl to enjoy Christmas dinner and happy fxew lear with his parents. Squire Green and his brother, George, started for town the' other evening. As it was very dark they ran off t.h bridge, ease of Stanley Rice's. throwing George Green out and tip ping over a new stove they had in the wagon, just purchased of M. A. Griss ingery; No one was hurt, no bones broken, but one stove leg. IT IS A SELLER. Standard Grand in its New Case. FINEST OF THE FIN K -KVfcRY BODY DELIGHTED. IT WILL MAKE A NICE HOLIDAY PRESENT : : : : I lilt SULLIVAN. A merry Christmas to you, one and all ! May it bring "good cheer" to all Enterprise force and its readers. We are going to have bells here sure. Christmas bells ! Wedding bells 1 Then serenading bells. Invitations are out for the "Goodyear Shreve wedding," at Nashville, 0. Dame Rumor tells us there will be a wedding north-east of town, and one south oL. town, also, at Christmas tide. We will tell you all about it next week. Rev. Findley has been in Howard, the past week continuing the revival meeting. He has had eight added to the church by baptism the last -week. Logan Market from Nova, filled the Christian church pulpit Sunday. The Teacher's Institute was rather of a fizzle Saturday. Supt. McAdoo walked over from Nova to attend Supt. Whitcomb, who is president failed to appear, the roads were in a very bad condition, making travel dan gerous and the day was raw and cold. The meeting was postponed. It will be held here next time. Mis Lula Phinney teacher of our grammar department nas resigned. The work is to hard for her and she values her health above her snlary. She will leave many true friends when she departs who will regret her decis' ion. The room has thirty-five pupils, three grades, A. B. and C. The work is very hard for a teacher. Only one application has been presented for1 the room yet. ; mm L:wm . .V. . i 'X " .. fi '-owl; v;a'' - "w '-vJ..--'.-2. ion t lo saome OU.ND Without seeing the Name fo) On the Leg of the best heating Stove in the World. W. E. PEIRCE. Standard Grand. CLOSED. Head drops straight down and does not turn over or slide at an angle. The box draws up out of the way of operator when machine is in use. We wish to express our thanks to the Sullivan correspondent of the Ashland Times for the report of the club's do ing here in Sullivan. We would ad vise her in the future to follow the old adag'"first be sure you are right and then go ahead " We would like to correct a slight mistake as to the "dam age done to the hall by the breaking of one o? the large windows, which was merely an Bccident done by one of our town ladies as she entered the room by placing her hand on a chair which was tjuio near the window, the floor be ing oh an incline As to the "repose" of the commun ity being disturbed, the report of those nearest the hall was that they did j not even hear them. Also our genial landlord tells us that his guests, thirteen in number, were not at nil disturbed. Of course those liv ing at a distance could hear better than those near by. If pandemonium broke loose it must have been by those who .gathered on the out side to enjoy their part of the evening's entertain ment an2 assume the ''role" of spy clear of pay. To all such we would say, walk right in and you shall be treated as ladies and gentlemen, un less you prove yourself otherwise By order of committee 1 W. P. Rice. CO. Smith. F. M. Smith. If You're in a Hurry For Groceries, there's always a wagon ut our door, ready to bring them to you. Plenty of clerks here enough to fill your order without neglecting others. Everything that's -choicest in Groceries, and prices no higher than you'll pay for inferior grades. Real Good Coffee and Tea We are particular in selecting our Coffees and Tens. We keep them fresh and up to the standard of strength and quality. If not exactly right any time, bring it back and we will make it right or return your money. When we learn just what you prefer, you'll get it every time. Wilder a and Vincent. BAKER'S CROSSING. Miss Nell Murray spent Sunday with friends in New London. W. E. Sampson and family and Mrs Nooney leave ror their new home in Wellington this week. E. S. Cole and wife and Clinton Cole of Lodi. 0.. are visiting friends here. School in District No. 7 closed Fri day for two weeks vacation. E. W. Williamj goes to LeRoy Mon diiy. for a few months work. Mrs. Y. A. .Tewett and children spent Saturday with her parents. Clarence Sage will spend Christmas with friends in kron. ROCHESTER. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hnlsted of Chagrin Fulls, visited Mr and Mrs. Ohss. Ash- eraft over Sunday tJ. 1). Stocking started Monday for a trip through the southern states, lie expects to visit New Orleans before re turning. Mrs. J. H. Fny departed this life Sunday morning. Funeral services Tuesday at 10:30. Mr. Bishop, of Cleveland, if. visiting his daughter, Mrs. Charles Ashcraft Court of Common Pleat. ' Fannie A. Vincent. t. al., vs. Walter Mosher et. al. ; partition. .1. T. Haskell plaint ilT's attorney. Lillie B McMeekins vs. Win. B. Mc Meekitis ; divorce, Divorce granted on erou nd of wilKul absence and 500 ali mony allowed. Savings Deposit Bunk Co. vs. Samuel K. Laundon et al ; ' judgement for plaintiff for costs. Lena Gott vs. Wm. T. Gott ; divorce. Divorce granted on ground of gross neglect of duty. ME:.. '-4. I liffl'ffjS!laiffi ""nil nHL..jLi "t i STANDABD GRAND. OPEN. Head comes straight np. All that is required is to throw back the leaf of table and the entire work of raising head and box, and fastening both is accomplished. Everything fastens automatically co buttons required. Samples of these macmues can be seen at 1L. Wells & Hons harness shop, und at my reideuce, corner f East Main street and Courtland Avenue. REPAIRING NEATLYAND "PROMPTLY DONET NEEDLES, OIL AND SUPPLIES CARRIED IN STOCK S. P. HASTINGS, Agt. 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Tri'ifhnlj and Nettie Kannaka, Kh1.1i W, Bryant, and Blanch Dagiw. T. U. OiNikitton and Georifie L. Livery, Feed, and Sale Stable, All Orders Will Beoelve Prompt and Careful Attention. TELEPHONES: Bell, No. 801. Home, No. 71 Do You Want Something to Eat Of course you do ai.d you want it fresh ii nd pure, the best the market afford, and at a r-amnalile price. T. F. RODHOUSE has just that Kind of gnocis, in id can furnisli you with what will be sure to plei 86. so that If you give him a trinl once, you will Le sure to come again. Frseh Oysters in bulk. Sal mon, Clams, Sardines and a good assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Bak ing Powder, purest of the pure, Christmas Fruits, Ol ives and Pickles. A choise Belectiou of Teas. Japan, English Breakfast, Gun Powder, Young Hyson, Oolong, Engli h Blends, Imia, Ceylon. Coffee cant bn beat, either quality or prire. Cruckera, Candies, etc. Pan Cake Flour, Buckwheat, Aunt Jemima. Cheese, Baeon, Ham, Salt P..rk. Lard, Butter, Eggs, Vegtables, tc. THE R0DH0USE Grocery Provision Store II it M3 North Main Street.