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HE NTERPRISE CJ EVELAND, 0. THIRTY-SECOND YEAR.. WELLINGTON. OHIO. WEDNESDAY. APRIL, 20, 1898. NO 16 5.00 to 8.00 Bicycle Clothing The grades and style of clothing we have selected for wheelmen includes every thing that is desirable and up-to-date Bicycle Suits, Bicycle Pants, 1.50 to 3.00 Bicycle Golf Hose, 50 and 75c Wool Sweaters, 1.00 to 5.00 Bicycle Caps. 25 to 50 Belts, 25 to 50 DAUGHERTY, HELMAN & CO. EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIERS. ik A r I3k I "in ft f nn1 J U .MX. MA W 1 tu 7 7 ELECTKIC LIGHTS ANP WATER-WORKS WE ARE SURE TO HAVE NOW. i m loo. The PronnniU From the Sule of HomU, :b,00U, In I'lucud to the Credit of the Vlllaee. Work Will Coiiiuiene on the Combined System of Wuter-workH Hud t Eleetrlo LIkIiIh nt Once. WflllinKtoii's electric li(htfl and water works are sure to come. On last Thurs day Mayor Couch delivered the $::o,(KK) bonds to the Society for Savings at Cleve land. 0., and the proceedn were immed iately placed in the village treasury to the jrcdit of that fund. At the meeting of the council the name evening an ordinance was passed pur chasing the real estate and improve ments thereof, and what is known as the property of the Warwick Manufacturing Company recently sold at sheriff's wile under a decree of the court and bid in by G. . Spitzer, vice-president of the Home Savings Rank. Ttie price paid was exactly the same together wittt the addition of the pari the Horr Bros., interest, im-numce, and incidental expenses added as fol lows: Price paid to sheriff, p';'i'.Ti 1 0 Price paid to Horr's, 5 mhi Interest on same, 110.rr Insurance, MUKi Deeds and Recording, 4 U) I CORRESPONDENCE. I V HUNTINGTON- Mr. Charles Barrel! is visiting his pat ents, Mr. ami Mrs. A. J. Burrell. Mr. Harry Crosier ami family of Well ington, Mr. M. D. Smith, little daugln r, Lola, and Nettie Smiih of Centerton, vis ited Mr. and Mrs. M. li. Smith over Sun day. The Loveland bros. of Rochester, have rented the old Smith rami. Mrs. PaikerVan Voltaiilmrg of Pen field, spent Sunday with Mr. M rpan's family. M s. Albert, Nomiey of Wellington, and Mrs Foster of West Virginia, visited Carl Rogers' family last week. Mr. L. N. Gibson and son jf Cleveland, visited Rev. Kneal recently. Mr. Neal anil wife have moved into Hie hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin El wood visited over Sunday in Orange, the guests of her father. Mr. Frank Rugg and family were in town Sunday. Mr. Ifeit Ha i ley, two daughters and mother i Rochester, spent Sunday with Will Bailey and family. Mrs. Charles llunell is visiting Mr I .V I II, ..II ; Mi-.s Fliuviice i spent Sunday wiih her uncle's f.iini , I I) U ..II. The Royal i the highest grade baking powdor known. Actual teita shew it goes one third further thai any other broad. PQVDER Absolutely Pure ROVAl BAKtNQ POWOFR CO., NIW VORK. Total, 1 they have been very patient, but now they say, "Patience bus ceased to be: a virtue." The following is the program for the entertainment In be.givell Fridaveven- Itnod of Weliing:ou, : inu. April 22, at the Christian church: Kveiiing song, class. R aiiinu "Ginei va". . . . Edna G. lluhler J. L. CliUpnii'ii and lum'lv of Well-' "uliitra. I This space is too small To admit mention of our goods in detail, but your attention is called to the fact that 7" ' we've got 'em, and it only remains for you to come and look them over when you n-eed any thing in our line. Our stock of furniture is the largest in this section of the country and our prices the cheapest. This we can verify. We also carry a complete liae of wall pa per, all the latest styles and colors can be seen in our samples. Should you need a carpet, come in and we will suit you for less money than any of our competitors. Our profits are small and our goods sell easy in consequence. H. W. BENNETT, IN WELLINGTON. EHBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR. EAST MAIN ST. 3tTTTTTtTTT?TtTttTTTTt??t?T?TTTTTTtTTTTTTTtTTtTm?TTTTTTtTYn?tTTTTTt?T 1 At the Greenhouse. V 1000 PLANTS for Summer Blooming. . z ' Large Carnation plants, 15 cents each. Plant rj at once. Dreer's famous Royal Exhibition Pan- gr sies. Plant at once. :3 g: A splendid stock of Geraniums, Double Fringed gr Petunias, Caunas, Ageratum and Colens for bed- 3 z ding. Vinca Germau Ivy, Lobelia, Sweet Allysian, 31 gr Fancy Nasturtiums, etc., for vases. tr Place your order early. W. H. TOWNS END. liiuiiuuiiuiiiUiiiiiuaiiuiuiiuaiiuiuiiuuiniiniumwii Ih the Next Coii;resHlonal C'nii vent Ion to he Held. -.lime 2!th, 1SIIS. The republican congressional com mittee of the Fourteenth district met at Mansfield, 0., Saturday, and decided to hold the next congressional convention at Wellington, on Wednesday June 2!tth, 18'JS. The basis of representation at the convention will be one delegate for every 100 votes or fraction of fifty or more cast for Governor Bushnell in 1897. Congressman Kerr who has had two terms, is an active candidate for the nomination, but there is opposition to him in his own county led by Editor W S. Capeller. Loraiu county has at least three candidates, and are understood to be Charles Ely and M. Garford, of Ely ria, and J. T. Haskell of this place. The manner of choosing delegates has been left to the congressional committeemen of each county. v ft ill il . i Hi 1 1, 3: IP Harry .Mclllnllt Ni'iitunved. Harry .VcDavitt, better known in this place as "Scottie." was sentenced in Cleveland, by Judge Hicks on Thursday lust to one year in the penitentiary, and given a flno of $100 and conts, for imper sonating a I'liited Statts revenue nllicer in Wellington, on the !th of January last. McUaviit is the young man that made an unsuccessful attempt to force Sanford Avery of John street, to pay him $25, claiming he was an ollicer from Cleveland, at'd had been informed tlmt Mr. Avery was manufacturing cider and wine without a government license, and had been instructed to arrest him. But to give the case no notoriety he would let him off by pajing the $23. But Mr. Avery was not so easily taken in and his arrest followed with the above result. It is the intention of the ci unci! to proceed at once with the work, but as it is a combination plant it will necessitate taking more time to complete it than as though it was simply an electric light plant. Two new dynamos are lobe purchased, an incandescent and aic, which together with the ones already in iheir possession, will furnish plenty of light. Some of the poles will be reset and wire- restrung and every thing in connection with the plant will be put in Brsl-cl.os condition, audi will only be a very short time be fore Wellington will be Tilled with slurs suspended from wires. The building is a fine brick struct uie, the main part being lid x tiii, two stories. The tirst story is lo feet and the second 12 feet. The boiler room is ;i(i.lO, one story, with atiO-foot slack, lls.xIIH inside. The boilers tire supplied with filteied wa ter. The two engines are of lno Imrse pnvei. Mr. B. .1 Ash e, ui engineer from Chicago, has been employed and ar rived in town Monila evening. II- is n iw looking over the village, piepaiatory to making the specifaeations, etc. Toilet Paper and Fixtures - first-class, but cileap at the Enterprise Office. Odd Fellow'H AnHoeintlon. The Odd Fellow's Benelicial Associa tion of Columbus, O., has paid $3,500,000 in losses in Ohio; has emergency fund of $100,(00. Insures Odd Fellows, their wives and daughters. C. L. Linder, Local Agent. E. L. Price, General Agent. 8t8 Talk of Organising lllevcle Club. It has been the talk for some time among the wheelmen in our village of organizing a club. In conversation with one of projectors recently, In regard to it, he said that such an effort would be made, and a canvas made to obtain the opinions of the w heelmen before a meeting would be called for its discuss ion. Should the wheelmen enter into it with interest and enthusiasm, the plan of renting rooms will be put before them, and other questions that would be f interest to the club. Wheelmen, if ou are interested and wish to be a member encourage the organizing of such a club. A Lite lor Slioi Many people have been cured of kidney diseases by taking a fj()c bottle of Foley's Kidney Cure. VV. II. Tisiot & Co., drug gists. Kemeinber, That after April 30th, the last day of this month, your merchants ticket on Fleming & Mohr will not be recognized. The time will not be extended. Worn Out? Do you come to the close of $ tfiedaythoroughlycxhausted? Does this continue day after Atir Anccifsfwnroi.tr ff WCt? S! Perhaps you are even too ex- I haustea to sleep. Then some - v Sj thing is wrong;. All these things indicate that you are g suffering- from nervous ex- w haustion. Your nerves need & inuton, visited T. D. Phelon's family Sunday. Allan Breyleyand family and Harry Crosier and family of Wellington, spent Friday night in town. Mrs. Walter Dirlam spent a few days in Wellington last week. Mrs. John Barlett was in PenQeld last week. Mis. Morgan spent last Thursday in IVlllleld. J. B. Robinson and son, Kent, are on the sick list. Millie 'I hotnas'of New London veiled MmioiI Mis. .Mill I'nssell. Win. Handiey of Wellington, was in lowo Sunday, and his mother-in-law, Mrs. Lura Rogers returned home with him for tin indetiniie lime. Al Smith of Sullivan, and Mr. aud Mrs. Davidson of Wellington, visited Henry Sini'h's family. Misses May and Jennie Casell have re turned home from Shelhv. Mr. and Mrs George Koice of Welling ton, viite.l iheir son, Mr. (i. IJ. Roice, Sunday feeding and your blood en- (J nching. Expression Poses Tableaux. . . . . . .Class Vocal solo "Wait, Mister Postman" Pearl Hubler Reading- Six Love-letters Edna G. Hubler Vocal duet-"Murmuring Sea" Misses Cnderwood aud Findley Delsarte drill Tableaux Class Chorus- "Nine Young Maidens" . . .Class Orchestra. Reading "Aunt Sophrena nt the Opera" Mabelle McElery of Norwalk Vocal solo "I was Once Your Wife" Maude Findley Heading -"Drunkard's Child" ,.. Edna G. Hubler Fancy drill "Revel of the Naiads" .Class (rchestra. Tableaux. Scott's Emulsions If I of Cod-liver Oil, with Hypo- phosphites of Lime and Soda, ffi contains just the remedies to meet these wants. The cod- f liver oil gives the needed $ strength, enriches the blood, $ feeds the nerves, and the hy- 2 pophosphites grve them tone and vigor. Be sure you get I SCOTTS Emulsion. A All druggtit ; joc ind $1.00. A SCOTT & BOWNE, ChemUu, New York. SULLIVAN. Mr. B. F. Ricket was busy last week laying the stone foundation for Mr. M A. unssingers new hardware store. Tuesday, the carpenters took possession to work on the building. Sometime ago, we told our readers of the arrival of Mr. Cail Palmer in our midst. We also told or his intention in coming, which was to And out if he could not mane our town ti usiees some unnec essary trouble by laying claim to our town commons. But our trustees have become "acquainted with the combina tion," and are fully aware of their right title and power to checkmate any pro posed claim to the property entrusted to their care. Anyone desiring further in formation legaiding this interesting topic can con-lilt the proper authorities. Mr Frank Ricket .commenced thefoun- atlon of Mr. John Crumiine's new barn nui!a morning. Pres. E. V. Zollars of Hiram College, will preach in the Christian church the second Sunday in May. "I hi- Ladies' Aid society of theChrisiinn Church meet with Mrs. J. A. Fimllev to day. We h ie been requested to inform our renders that anyone found riding or driv ing horses or cattle on the sidewalks will be fined for so doing. Some of our citi zens seem to think the law which places a fine of five dollars upon this offense did not apply to the side walks out of town. Those who have worked to make Ibese wulUaud keep them in repair think ROCHESTER. Mr. and 'Mrs. P. Kellogg of Norwolk, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Pond, and called on friends in town last week. Mrs. Nora Rugg goes to Detroit. Mich., this week to visit her "ister, M rs. Lizzy Vanezile, and her mother, Mrs. A. Jones. Mr. A. Williams, our bright operator, is rejoicing over his 8-pnund boy. Mr. Willep Field of Cleveland", is call ing on friends of this place this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Partes attended the golden anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Miller of Nova, Thursday. Mr. Geo. Hershey or Ruggles, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Partes over Sun day. Dr. Smith of North Fairfield, was the guest of Dr. Dignan last week. The Easter conevrt at the Baptist church Sunday was largely attended. The decorations were very elaborate and consisted mostly of potted plants and beautiful Easter flowers. The singing by the choir was excellent. The solo by Miss Frankie Campbell, entitled "The Old and New Home." was well rendered; also "The Church Across the Way," by Mr. Geo. Burslej . LITCHFIELD Miss Mary Leach of Ada, is visiting rel atives in town. Miss May Scudder has returned from Earlsville, Iowa, where she has spent the past winter for the benefit of her health. Mrs. LnuraMiller of Seville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank SliMiik. Arthur Long is dangerously sick with typhoid fever. Grace Holloway of Akron, is spending a few days at R. Hyde's. Kltlie Smith is spending a week with friends in Akmn. Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Caswell of M. dina, spent Sunday in town with friends.