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v WvrpWppnTRW WKDNESDAY, DECEMBEH 22. !8'JT. .
THE ,W .Ej.LiL.ll ly i WINTER WEIGHT SHOES. f f - 3 ii 8. k I j 1 A line of Ladies' Foot-Wear which never ha, been equalled for the money. . , lck!r patent leather tip. One of the handsomest, most stylish and aafste Walk,ng shoe eve, W hoys' Calf congress a,id h.,s., invite cork sole, bo, calf, kangaroo baK 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. 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. ' f TIMETABLES. BIG FOUR. WIST. 19 Col. Cln. lnd. & St. L 85-Dally 8t.L.Ex 87 Col. Ex . 37-Dally Col & Cln. Ex 51 Local Freight. EAST. S8-Pally Col. & Cln. Ex. ae-Gallon Ex 36 Dally Col. Ind. it St. I Ex. 6 Dally Col. 4 Clik E 24 Wellington Ex 3 Dally Express 50-Local Freight . 84 ft. m . 3:20 p. m . 5:24 p. m ,.10:00 p. m ..10:58 ft. m . 5 :06 ft. m .. 8:11ft. m ,11:48 a. m .. 8 -J2p.nl ,. 4:56 p. ni ..8:14 p. m ,. 5:24 p. m W. I" WIST. . 6:46 a. m . 2:06 p. m AST. .1136 ft.m ,. 7:00 p.n LOCAL HAPPENINGS. PENINGS. i HHKiooggogonfioonno cer. Tieonle enjoyed DOIIIO ui " J o - " skating on the brick yard pond this en. .nnvPAiAtion of hiirh class DUUW JfU" t,ft'w entertainment by attending the con cert to-night. II you have forgotten to look at the fancy goods at the Enterprise office, there are a few left. nnsjy at the Enterprise office are selling fast. You have still a few to seleot from. The P. D. M. W. club will hold their annual banquet at hotel DeFoot Sat urday evening December 25. An after holiday course of entertain ments may be arranged if sufficient in t.flrnt is shown to warrant it. The Ollie Torbett Concert Company at the opera house to-night. You will miss a rare treat.if you ara not there. on:. his. anrionla closed last Fri- 1UO fjuui.v day, for a two weeks vacation. The winter term will begin Monday, Janu ary 3. Mrs. J. C. Paul, of Union street en tertained the infant class of the church of Christ at her home Saturaa t noon. - . Mrs. John Fay, of Rochester, died at her home on Sunday morning. J" al services were held on Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. returned Dec line vo iw" ... . . ember 24th, and will probably be sent back for collection of delinquents, some titni) nnxt week. The class of '92 of the Wellington High School will hold their annual re union at the home of H. B. Morgan s Monday evening Decemoer u. k n Wall has moved with his family to the house on Prospect street formerly known as the Hood property owned bv O. E. Sutliff. ftv ' - -wm m 1 You have stjll two more days left ,in; .. Vu V. fl:.v. n-irnhases for Christ- ufni tn look over the line mas. own - . m ., ffood8 at the Enterprise office. VP o- . t. -.o.ttMll In doubt what to purchase to complete your list of 1. ... inot. look in at the unrisMiitw t , Enterprise office and you may find - just what you are loomm Remember the concert at me f house to-night. The company s one of the best, and every member of it is .: tw onffht to be greeted by a full house. Concert will begin at 8:15. In ihe case of the Village of Welling nnl in which the tOn VH. Juiuom . . lo.tro to file a petition aeienuaut .v--.- - - in error, has been withdrawn and the defendant accepted the verdict of the . i en .nil nnat. mayor's court Dy paying It is reported from a number of our . .... Ohriatmas trade mercnauiB, uv . .1.1. maiiif lia been more BlacK than that of former years. This is no doubt largely due to the condition of the roads ana tne uniavoru v. that we have been having for the past fpwdavs. " .v- taam nt.tnnhed to the oil Yl niio wd and gas wagon of the Standard Oil (K driven by Bert Whithead, of tins placej was in Rochester last week, they y ' ... j v . bib Four became irignieneu u, - train, and started to run away,' but before they had gone iar v. struck a stepping stone and was over turned with the fifty gallons of oil and . V 1M MnnA Ua gas in the tann, i.uch spilled, The tongue-of the wagon Was broken,1 Wit no lenou. u.-6 -- ---It took the" combined forces of , eight men and the team to turn the wagon right" side up. , boucht the Buh property which was recently sold at sheriff's sale. When a man is so lost in decency .t. t. -on ait na Kinecterate a whole i nn h nipB church carpt, he is a great trial to neat people about . 1 mnnrl rA. aard for the Lord's house as for a . i .t. A nan. friend's parlor, ana wno ture to so delile a private p"- wuf a At. in of more importance 1 1 ilv v v n fUinlr. At least, that is man wim ......... the opinion of many practical pnuuB ,r.r nldsftifv the uurveyors of UUilC.Df " 1 . ...I mai food among the most useiui .v. itorious men. Obviously, m u take a high place LlnM fM and they preserve n;wornug llbltic - , i l !n tkaiii teeming millions, ana vu!, for that Durnose during the very long hours, xne puunc them a debt of gratituae wniu many other debts aue to grocery . probably never be p,aid.-Lobdon Gro- . . . SOCIETY ANUrwaunnu- The New Flour Mill. .... ,OQi,a f hard labor on the part 1 ALbU. " t- of the committee, who were appointed to raise the necessary iuuhcj to secure the location of the Farmer's Milling Company here, tliey yet wc .1 . inn Thin amount the com- u.H tn cruarantee. and it is to IlllllKCO.. " O be hoped that there are those of our citize;n6;who have not yet subscribed that will make up tins smau muu... ti,q r.mm ttp.B that was emuuwcicu to enter into a contract with the Farm er's Milling Company have finally suc ceeded in coming to an agreement, . . . A laaf TTri- and the contract was - day, whereby they agree w mill in operation not later than June . tono T. n,il1 ha nloRflintr tO many tO 1, xodo. m. r o know that Mr. sneuy nas ibkcu .o. amount of stock in tne con"'Jt i. than likftlv will remain a lb ID nvo r citizen of Wellington, looking after the working of the new mill, which makes it an assured success. CHRISTMAS EXERCISES Conrearatlonl Church. , The Christmas festivities at the Con- irvnl nh n rah will this year take the noel form of a banquet for the Sunday School, on Christmas eve. vnh Moi will DTOViae Its own buiji, which will be served in its own class an far nil these allow. Other classes and the assembly department La mam will have their places m room. Alter tne suypKr w.c . will assemble for a brief entertain ment consisting of music and the read- : o p.,riat.ma carol DV Mrs. Vf. a. 111 Ul - ... Warner. The infant department will have their supper and .a tree in their .nnm Five- thirtv is the ban- unn ----- - Nert-Sanflayr mere wi" iw" pripte services in the church in the ... i nHM.n .nil morning, witn unriBtmB k :.i . ml,ai h the choir. In the evening an interesting concert by the Sunday School K. A. Chapman was in Cleveland, Tuesdav. Bert Young of Lorain visited friends in town recently. ' Sheriff A- ElLord.of Flyria, was. in town Tuesdav on business. m. Wrnk Stipllman. of Medina, was In town vesterday on business. Mrs'Frank Fuller of Lindale, U., is in town visiting friends and relatives. vr: una TiPirn. of Hiram. 0.. was the guest of Dr. Mill's family over Sunday. m a U 'Palmer ar.d Mrs. G. . in Cleveland last TT Ul lit . vw wppk. viaMmr and G. D. Footii returned 11 111 from Mt. Clemens, Mich., Monday nvnnine. Frpnch will spend the U1IDD A.uvw - holidays with Miss Georgie Wood, at Mt. Gilead. Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Jenks were the guests of friends and relatives in town over Sunday. M-a T. n. Hamilton, of Elyria, has been spending a week with Mrs. Hayes, on Taylor street. ni:t a-ponwull of Columbus, O., is spending a few days with friends and relatives in town. Miss. Emma Tissot who is attending the Spencerian College at Cleveland, will spend Xmas at home. m, Fnnv House of Medina, O., 4U1DD ' J will be the guest of Miss Mabel Tuck er, during the holidays. Mrs. Henry Robinson, of Shelby, spent a few days with her parents, ;r. and Mrs. 8. W. Avery. Miss Minnie Cleghorn, a teacher ... . r. 1 1 .. nnnnd in the Norwalk High cnooi m apc.u inc the holidays at home. o - n a WnaVi arrivpd in town Sunday, and will spend the holidays with his family on Prospect street, vi. aA m Wred Stutchfield left lUli nnu aiw last week for Rochester, N. Y.. where Hipv will spend the winter. om.i Mra .A. F. Skeele were the guests' of Mr. and Mr. E. P. Johnson, of Oberllii, one day lat week. t !,.in Mf.nipllan. of Chester, Pa., anonrlini the holidays with his id ni'vn"-o mother, Mrs. Kmenne mcvieii. m a v. vvi nor. or vna. anu bib- 1V1.1B. W. ' ' - T ter. Mrs. Sheldon, of Hornellsville, N Y., are the guests or irienus in town m. Kin Rpnpdlnt. who has been i.u.100 ' teaching music in Mt. Vernon college, Iowa, is spending the holidays at hom. m, iinKorr. Horrick. who is attend ing school at Athens, 0., is spending the holidays at home. Mr. and Mrs; Milton Holt, of Lorain 0.. willbe'thegueBtxf Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bobinson, the later part 01 u week. vi:.i Mhoii Kpnpdict. returned 1TX1DO from Philadelphia, Pa., yesterday afternoon, where sne nas ueen bvu j s.. vi,ai, for some time. Miss Bene- lllg ..luo.w - ill diet will remain at home for an inde finite time before returning to nei studies. it. l (lanran Buswell ol 1U.1. .110. o Cleveland, 0.v, will spend Christma. , . A. ... ir..lii,, with rrienas ana relatives m "w.r ton. and LaGrange. J. II. Shelley is in Wauseon, ana Sandusky, this week on business Meeting; of the Wellington Protective A ARSWiatn'Hi The annual meeting of the Welling ton Protective Association war held in a public way at the W. rn SiiiuinTjpvpniniz tne idmiiubu. The pastors 01 the various cnurcuw their aDDointments wr Hi D' " , , that evening ana were anyi-eeem., . . . LA oAirnHdl mrm large delegations irum nic occi- v,v.. Hflrrofinna Tim ovorn,B(ia nnftlifta Willi urnvci uj IIIO t-VVI u " Rev. A. G. Wall ; scripture reading by Rev. A. F. Skeele j excellent aung j 1 . l Tl, r u Ahmr At. nroner lnternaio. mc biio v'" - 1 tlnir a-flfl thftn DltlCf U 111 i"C Iliccunif3 r- jt a ti Pftlmr. nresidenfc of tne Ul ATA I. VJ " it j it., .n.rlinn association, who caiieu lor inr iu,..6 of the minutes of the last annual iw ..,arani hv the secretary. .!, Gonial hniinpgsof the eveninu AB tUC "l'v"" a 1 ninnftT. was the election 01 a ooaru 01 five directors, on motion, a corannwr was appointed, consisting 01 Kev. a. . wn V A. Phelns. and B. Vanator, for the purpose of nominating twenty- five names for saia uoaru. mittee retired for that purpose anu ... II lint wViilVl later reportea the loiiowmg nt was approved by vote 01 tne bbD.- tion: Rev. i.F. Skeeie, ev. rv. w. n Upv. A.G. Wall, Kev. vv. T. Barnes, J. H. Wooley. G. H.Palmer, 0WT. Hemenway, ur. J. . b" ton, W. R. Wean, E F. Webster, J. 0. Johnson. B. Vanator, W. E. Peirce, T...v.oa f!nnnon. S. K. Laundon, Prof. , - . R. H. Kinnison, F. 11. fneips. v. ti.. T T Haakfiil. J. J. risiier, pi,.vma lr. G. H. faimer, wrs. iui. . uuii" - Snfith.Mrs. Wm. Bennett, Mrs. Dr, Gregg. Mrs. T. G. Yale. Bpeechesvery mucn to me and duly appreciated, were made in the 1 IT m THna following order: Kev. w. a. Rev.R.L. Waggoner, rroi. . n. cui... son, E. F. Webster, Hon. J. T. Haskell, Rev. A. F. Skeele. The meeting closed by song oy tne choir and the benediction by Rev. Waggoner. . ti.. Ttn.nl of Directors eiect, wm meet in the near future to elect officers and an executive committee, prepara tory to the work of the year to come. ti. .e.nn at iin has QOne some UaOUV.- work in the past and hope to be able - . ! Aotn to gather in a lew sneaves m w - ming year. Methodist. ill he observed in an ap- 1.. to. manner at the M. E. church r . tv K Olth at on Friday evening. Aeceinuc .. 6:30 o'clock. A good time for the -u:ij.r. v... hn nrpDared. All who wish to assist Santa uiaus m yru.m..B fr. tnnir fripnds. are request ed to bring them to the Sunday School 10oms as early on D'riaay as poiuie. TW. .nn Mra K. E. FOX. of Isle St nxi oii ' n.. will enend the holidays m mm thn cuests 01 flirs. Perkins. nr. .nrl Mrs. H. J. Morgan, of Elyria, 0., will spend a few days at u u.-km nf mp. ana mri. a. m ItllO uir in v v - - Morgan's. m. nri Mra. Chas. Goulde, of lUli - Greenwich, 0., are visiting at the homS of Mr. Goulde's parents, Mr. ana mm, John Goulde. 1 Christmas for the Children. 1 . a i! ..'. o.ta n..n Mai1h. 13to40c(e. Dulls .Ireespd ami midreupd. DoIIh with rhii.11 or Bi-que k in 1 1 1 .11 1 . A lieftas utuio nine niiu uig. - DOLL CARRIAGES. With tops and trimmings, lu blu-, pink, .-.re nt vfillow. uulv -JO nl HORSE AND CART. fVml CarU Milk WagonB, Dreys aud x- 4. nrPBB Whboiis. BtrouK and durable Ocl f - FOR THE LITTLE TOTS. . j uv Tv.iiu ' ivila t r,nf. r-Rtiiiut be broken. i;re8sea nuuuei .. ... bat can be washed. Clowns, Jumping Monkeys, "bellow Kids" 12i to 25cts. 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, - . . a a Work Baskets, Wall BasKexs, a unofo Dnnpr Rackets. You will b better pleased if yon will come now when nn.n1ptfi and vou can cet iuBt what you want. UU1 DWJVIk o x. - w J. S. MALL0RY & CO. y-v . .. ' :ii Anon aramnrro from Saturdav. Dec. Uur store wui uo upu v..-.,,- - - 11, until alter unriBiuiuD. . HORSE BLANKETS. Here are some suggestions: When you want to Order Horse Blankets that are Right in .-very particular, and yet Save money for both yourself and neighbors! Earnestly follow the directions below: Bring j'our eyes to bear on the quality; Look at the general finish of the blankets, Artistic effects are very essential, flTow compare price? (an all important factor) Keep in mind the sizes and weights, Estimate on your crops, and Ten to one the blankets you buy will Surely come from J.M. OTTERBAOHER'S. N. B. Do not let your horse freeze when you can bu him a blanket for 53 cents Dloclple. Christmas will be celebrated at the Disciple church Christmas eve at o.w. An interesting program, js prepared, and a time of Christmas "peace and good will" expected. All will be made welcome. llaptlit. Christmas will be celebrated at the Baptist church Saturday evening, ex ercises will begin at 7 :00 o'clock. For Sale. u.... .ni lot on Pleasant street XIUUDC " " with good barn, three cisterns, young oa a. vrv dafiirable oroperty. irillb bipco. . - j For terms of sale call on Mm Leet at the residence, or upon J. T. Haskell. K1 ftf xr :ao i?if.onn RikmK who has been attending our public schools for the nast term, returnea to ner nome Akron, Tuesaay, to epenu tne nonunji.. rv. T V Rinahnurnr with the Phila- I delphia Pental Parlors of Rochester, N. Y. is visiting his parents, mx. aim . . . . .u. Mrs. Joseph JJinenower, uunug holidays. Mrs. H. M. Bass, of Mulberry, 0., ...u v,oa Kuan viaitina her Barents. Mr. W ilv o ' andMrs.J.H. Bowlby for the past i . . i i a . (ew weeks, returnea to ner nuuw d urday morning, m.. M J. Morean. of Cleveland, who has been visiting her friend, Mrs. fliuirtlnnd. for the J, uouonv.... " i last two weeks, returned to her home j on Saturday. Notice to Teaohem. rru .o.nhar'a examination will be X lit? wvv i held January 8th, instead of on New Year's day. The postponement to the hoiiaay season. By order of theBoara oi examiner. Advertlned Letter.. tii. fniiowimr letters remain un- A 11V O ... ii M. F. Chanman, ftirs. Lottie Hyde, C. A. Kobinson, n. v. Taylor. vf,. stark. Pleasant Eidire, 0.. says: "After two doctors gave up my boy to die, I saved him from croup by using n..u:.,.i.nnnih Cure." , It is the VIIU iuniuw.' I quickest and most certain remedy for coughs, colds ana all inroau anu iu.. troubles J. w. Hougnton. Found.' The barrels of a breech loading shot oun. The owner can oDiain same uj ... . . J . -,l Aaa- eglling at the cig rour uepu h criblng property, and paying' for this advertisement. T-f Kaiann RtinB. of Jefferson, IJVH ' made the Enterprise offlc a pleasant .... ..ji'. v.. - c.i... U1 call 11 lnursuay. iur. ovum ... . . Ihk nrnniia witn nia relative. t. a.iiiiuan and will line, at .revival III Ulli'W" " t meetings, which win De neia mt mat place. i. (0 D. HI 0. 0. J CO Q o X For Sale. w. ,;n ..ii auction on the square st Wellington, December 24 1897, the running horse Briscoe, aver, i. horse. This horse will ue soiu ior keeping.. Howk Jones. ul. iiiio HiktIipr. Norfolk. Va.. was JM-l.O . T - .ii,if.,iit, hnrnid on the face ana lllgiitiu.'j . 1 T.l .... tnafontlv rftllUVWl DV neCK. IIHTl"i"""" DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, which healed the Injury without ieavinB scar. It is the ramous pue remcuj. J. W. Houohton. . HOLIDAY SLIPPERS. ."GET READY" FOR CHRISTMAS WITH Slippers for Father. Slippers for Mother. Slippers for Brother. Slippers for Sister. Slippers for your Sweetheart. Slippers for the Children. Slippers for All. WHICH CAN BE FOUND AT HARRIS' SHOE STORE snaddns AvanoH X o r 5 - r "0 n o New Years Gifts For Bale. One hundred cords of wood in the H T 1 tree, largely maple.: U. . vvbt. ! :.inul . ttiA eon- gregatU lastSunda, by coughing U . . . . mi..i. Unnaw anal ana set a Dowie oi ruie, iar, wnicn aiways givo We have o.i..f ttp narvino- sets. Plated ware, Razors, X UVIWV AaM ' O ' ' W oi. Tva i T?nripatpr StftmTjiniz Co.'b Cop' a puayiug jjiuDiico oi.va .-. - . x o J per Nickle Plated Silver Lined Ware. Benedict Hardware m. .i : ' ,' V