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THE WELLINGTON ENTER PRISE. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 20, 1898.
BAKtR'S CROSSING. Tl ( LatMo I'tility Circle met wiih J! 18. H. 0. Iiwklcy April 13. nmt dmee th ir otTIms ns follow: iire-Ment, Mrs. R.-i n ((,-!': vlco-pTHsiilfiif. M'8. Miiry li(-iHy ; strivuiiy, Mrn. Ai.n Clark; tivii-ii-cr, Airs. Silvan Fi tier. V.r. I.' -fcor.vt .if I..WH, Midi., i vi-il-inv. i ii i tl ivt'H u-! fiiriulit. lui!.-i-si'i,:y:ii:i ami U.iy li1niu ill ,!,...- SI Hill -illUtl". lVl'MOU UilM.HU. lii I ..i'-:!iiV. Mr- ny'lo N..itliMiitl little sou. anil ? rs Aw- ' -i-u'i's nf Welti nylon, were at M. il ntf's Sunday. AH '.. vcr-'. f liulpiiliwopp views who df, iiv a tine variety to wi'lct rriini should a!i ' "i i Mrs. Tina Pirluin. nir un-i- ..; runner, Mr. X. Sprin kle. Inn I.im'm ery busy for ihe last few days liaiiiinj? ii!- fmm the Crossing. If the Niii iIhm ii (hio is hut "a eow ia it." ii is sppvi".-icitoil in t lii m vicinity. Mr. (ieo. Ki-iuT of Clevelaml, has been visiliiiR in this vicinity. Mr. Winery Knur.p. wife and little son visited at R. Knapit's in Wellington, re cenHy. The frit'ii.ls of Mr. llowlaml, who has lieen c.-nlliii'.l to his room for a long time will pieaseil t'i know that on pleasant ihiyshe pets out fer a sun-bath, ami to drink in the exlii'erating inlluencesof undue: weather, as only one can who has been deprived of the privilege. Mr. h ml Mis. P.. ('. Ailanis of Welling ton, spout Sunday with K. L. Wilcox ami tuuiiiy. LI SO OKE lit p rCC are the most fat- al of uli dUM"e.-i. H.leys Money v... is a -uaraiit.ed remedy, or money ro unded. W. II. Tfc"'t& Co., druggists. P1TTSFIELD. Oxi!" a niiiii' i'i- went to Lorain last Wedxes.lay to vi:ness tin) launching of t!x Hi'W ia"ii:nev. Mr. Hwsinga'idihiughter Mable, were in Kly.in part o last week. l-'lovd v.tv visited his brother, l.e land at Hie lmsiris collt'Rf IhhH Wedues duy Umnrntt. In the afternoon, they both went to Lnruin. Mr. S. ilawson and family were guests of his'sisler, Mrs. Frank Root and family last Sunday. Kapler services were held at the M. ft. church last Sunday, with a good attend ance. The pro-ram consisted of songs and recital ioiinlvvhich were enjoyed by all Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Ilobbs of Oher lin and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Pitts of Wel lington, attended Easter services Sunday. Henry Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Avery were in El jria last Friday. Mr. andMrs.C.A. Andrus of Lad range, and Mi. Sylvlwi Wilford of North Am lierst.were guests of Mrs. R. Merriam Sunday. . The hidb'snf the Benevident Society lu-id tVir annual meeting at the Congre gatioxal hm Hi lust V . i . i : . Mrs K. Campbell was elected presideut; Mrs. F. Sheflleld, vice-president; Mrs. V. Mc Roberts, directress. r? s- 45 HPO cover your nakedness is one thing; to be properly dressed quite another, and thinking perhaps you will buy a suit of clothes this spring, prompts us to inform you about something in this connection of which you may not be aware. This is an age of progression, and those who were most popular ten years ago are not in it now. Atller Bros., manufacturers of clothing, once stood at the lop of their profession, but to-day tln-re exists another firm which throws all others completely in the, shade, CROUSE & BRANDEGEE, tailors for the trade, and located at Utica, N Y., have appeared in the manufacturing world, and by their keen and quick perception, rare skill, indomitable courage, superior judgement aud thorough knowledge of their business, have suc oeeded in producing a High-class Ready-to-wear Clothing never before attained by any other manufacturers. This alone is a wonderful achievement, and has proved a surprise to the old heads, for the tailor-made suits gotten up by Crouse & Braridegee are cu,l and put together equal to that of the most progressive custom tailors, while in beauty of finish it far ur passes it, and this is not all, for while clothing of such an ex ceedingly high character has been produced, the. prices, by dint of hard labor, study and close personal application, have been kept down and the cost is no higher than that of the more common grades made and sold by others. iK ) w 6"" A I i v Sir I J y V ST- gy "0 9 P 2? 9 HI? E. E. GOODRICH Wellington clothier, has just received 000 of this S upenor M of For Sule. Four good grade Ayrshire cows, also ,,ne yearling bull, eligible to record. 2-15 A. 0. Smith, Wellington, 0. BRIGHTON- Some sneek-thief or thieves entered the store of Stanley. A-Iicratt & Hunt Sun day night, bv breaking a window-glass and unfastening the door, Nothing has been niHil a yl except a revolver, be longing to Mr. Hunt, The W. & L. E. Ry. are extending their side-track from the depot west to connect, with the one already there. J Pdnninghi'.'ii was tendered and ac cepted the position of assistant road master on the W. & L. K., last week. His family will remain here at present. C. A. Humphrey succeedes J. Birming ham as ecii'n io;v:.ian here. Miss llattie Ibiukins who has been staying with Itev. T. L. McConnell for several weeks, went to New Washington, last week f,r a weelw stay, and will then go l her hniue in Massillinn. J. L. Vanarinanot Wellington attended rhurch here last Sunday. Mrs. Mary Green of Montana, spent Sunday at J. M. Hinge's. Mrs. Lizzie Mills of PittsQeld, visited her sister, Mrs. II. Mills, Saturday and Sunday. If our township trustees would spend h little money for the improvement of the appearauce of our town hall on the inside it would be money well spent, and it don't seem as '.if any tax-payer would be so penurious as to Qnd fault; certainly the majority would favor it. The condi tion it is iu n w is almost a disgrace to our otherwise fair town. For Runt. On east side public square, rooms now occupied by Mesdames Joyce and Miller. Inquire of Orrie L. Warner. 2-Id IVolmle Court. Harriet Sprague, guardian, plff, vs. Frank Sprague et at. Petit! ju to sell land. Hearing hud and order of ap praisal issued. Will of John Walton, lute of Elyria, probated. The State of Ohio vs. Wm. R. Beckett, petit larceny; certified to common pleas court. Blanch May Rickurd, of Oberlin, ad judged epileptic and ordered conveyed to fla! Ii polls. Geo. Ridgeway, guardian, vs. Nelson Rldgeway and other minors; petition to sell land. Clothin jljji. 5-2 gr mt'i Vw pg. :.' . 1'ti.iA.i: 1 1 ! L L N l i L c 1 1 ' L 1 ; . : : 1 l I Ti E i i l l : S i : i i ! i : S 11 . l L - ' . . 1 i . . ' :t' -T r -:i , And is anxious to show it to you. The suits range roni $8.00 to $io.oo, $12.00 $15.00 and $18.00. Popular 1 uices indeed, while for $10.00 we have the finest Top Overcoat in town. We have spoken at length of our Clothing because we know the people who make it and that its merit is unbouuded. We want to show it to you because we know you will agree with us in pronouncing it the highest type of tailor-made clothing in existence. So please call at your earliest convenience, and let a progressive merchant show you progressive clothing, made, by progress ive people, for a progressive public. The Wilbur Collars and uffs ASSIGNEE'S 8AI.E. In pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of Loral county, 0., I will oer for HxlA ut nnhlln uunHd.i .. n Th..Ju- .1... (Xj.f. day of April, A. IX. 18S8, between the hour, of iu.vu n. in., aua :ou p.m., on ine premises, the folliiwlnir (iniirihiaH imuI Mt.ru ui,mU,ai.. .u county of Lorain, and described h follows: rirni, raruei. . uuaie in tne villaite of Well- Inutilll tnlllilv nf Liirulit uml . 1 11 1 n iit.1. and known as being lot uumberelKht in block number eiehtS aud bounded and described as follows to-wit: Ou the west by a street run- inn . 1 1 "in me msi mi ii wen centre mad to thekerkmid Henuett rake factory, on the llfirltl hv Int. nwnail hn Inh.. L'n.i... u - " " " u, uviin .'i.aiiiii, i,n ,ue east by land owned by Martin C. Drown, save and exception u strip of land off tbe ni,rtlt uia nf BuU In, ni..l. .!..!.. tn .....vi nmu ii.ii IIUIIIUCI TIKIlb r. feunnd Parcel. Situate In the village of Ohio, and known as beinn the east half af lot nuiiiuri twelve iu oiock uuiiiiier eiBht (o to said villaueof Welllintton. Ohio bounded on Ihe west by Mill street, on the south by Mai- l?nr Ml THftl All lha nurll. h. I.v. .......I i, fm said block number eight 8 i urn rarcei. Mtuaied In the vllage of Wellington, county ol Lorain and state of Ohio, and known as being the wesVhalf of lot number twelve! 12) c.f block number eight ) ii.-aid village of Wellligton, Ohio bounded on the west by Mill iireer, on tue south by eleven (11) of said block number eight (SI Fourth Parcel. Sltn,in.,l l.. ti,u .im .....i Wellington, county of I, r, rt ,,llir8 of Ohio, and known l ed g a certain lot ol and being t lie smifr ,if f (,t numheP twenty two a ami Hn- Miutli Imlf of lot iminliertweiily three In bick number two Hi In said village of Wellington. Ohio, Including a piece of land off the north half of said lot number twenty three IS commencing one luiK rod from the west line of said lot number twenty three list nnd containing a strip of and one half roil wide, parallel with the west Ine of said lot niinibertweiity three i3. said land he ngon the corner of West Main street and Union street. Said above parcels of land are .appraised as 101 f OWS! Parcel No. 1, at Parcel No. 2. at Parcel No. 3. at.... Puri.nl M 1 tit Trrms, cash in hand ... 4X00.00 .... fiSO.IIO .... S5.K) I'lOO 1111 Said real estate can- , . i- ii-ui rniaiH can not be sold for les than two-thirds o' the appraisal, Kstateof C. W. .le,LnKwMlvK'""CK' AsslBnee- u. L. Ill i ii ii. Attorney. ,17 SHKKII F'S SALE, Charles S. Whitehead. I n Lorain county 'oas 'no " -4U',l,eai1, et aU';'omnon Picas?1 Order of Sale'in Partition. Tn persiirnee of an order issued from the X Court or Common Pleas, within and for Ihe County of Lorain and State nf Ohio, made at the f ebrimry term thereof, A. D., ixjw. and 10 me directed, I will oirer for sale at Public Auction on the premises at Wellington, on. Niturdav. May 21st . A. I)., 189s, between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock. A. M.. of ald dav the following described Heal Kstate, towlt: Mluated in the cininty ol Lorain and state of Ohio and vll ace of We llmrtnn i.i.... lots o.!i5 and Hi In block 4. C. Phelps addi tion to the village f Wellington. Said premises has been appraised at 81000 and cannot sell for less than two-tlilrds of Mailt appraisement. Terms of Kale: Cash on day of sale. ii.. 1 A K' J,ord.,?l!,,;rl,f ' I-ora In County, 0. Ilurlenliiirt and J. T. Haskell, Attorneys. -61? 1 eif-iv vi.w-a-:ji II! I llinl! -I . .ii Which we handle enjoy a world-wide reputation, .be ing manufactured and sold largely in the United States; also exported to Europewhere they are prized highly their superior quality, elegance and tit. Our line of , Spring and Summer Shirts Is unapproachable. While our white and unluin dried shirts at 50 cents need no comment, being simply the best in the world for the money. Our celebrated Buckskin and Leather Stockings for boys are unequalled for hard wear; while our men's Stout, Host at three pairs for 2.r) cents have been worn by every man within ten miles of us, and all know them. Our men's Fine and Fancy Hose at 10, 15 and 25 cent" are the prettiest we have yet seen. Our ladie's Hose at 10, 13, 19 and 25 cents are all tine, smooth and good wearing. Our spring and summer Underwear comprises eighteen different styles, and range in price from 25 cents to $1.00 Our line of Hats and Caps is up to date. The liyhi brown Fedora with brown band and underbrini, being one of the leaders. The stock of Boots and Shoes is complete. Mr. Win. Coffey, who has u bench in our store will attend to the repairs. , The fact is, our store is replete with everything that is Hrst-class for a gentleman's head to loot wardrobe, Also ladie's shoes and hose. Trusting we may have the privilege of showing these goods to you soon, we are truly yours, ! ist'yf -v"i7r' ,v"'i AN ORDINANCE. AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE PURCHASE OP HEAL ESTATE FOR ELECTRIC LIGHT AND WATER-WORKS PURPOSES. '.'l" "rdalned by the. council of the Incorpo rated village of Wellington, Ohio: Section I. That the council purchase real estate and other property for the use of the poKes" electrlc aa waterworks pur- Section 2. That it purchase from the Home Savings Hank Company, for the sum of seven thousand and twenty-nine dollars and aftv flve cents, the real estate and other property formerly owned by The Warwick iilec trio ManiifacturliiB Company, situated in the township of Wellington, and being the prem ises and other property deeded by the sheriff of Lprain county, Ohio, to (j. E. s'pltzer. vice president of the said The Home Savings Bank C January 14. A D. 18IIS. Secti in i. That the clerk be authorized and 1? Iler.e empowered to Issue a warrant to the said The Home Savings Bank Company, 'T'" !ll?tVe,t8llrer "f SH(I village for the sum nf i.02W)'i, upon delivery of the said The Home savings Hank Company, of a good and sulllclent deed of geuer.il warranty fiir the premises named in section two of tills ordi nance, to the proper officers of the said Vil lage of Wellington. Ohio. section 4. This ordinance shall take efTect and be In force from and after its legal publl cat on. Passed April 14, 1H!. F. A. CHAPMAN, ffifc CUCH- MAY0R- Want to clean your silver spoons With the use of the least amount of time and trouble? Then ube our new GERMAN "PASTA" CLEANER Will not injure the finest finish. Easy to use. For a short time we will sell it at 15 cents a cake. WIGHT & SONS. E. GOOORIC WE OFFEU 30 TONS BRAN AT SI 4 PER TON TO CLOSE ESTATE PETTIS & ANDRUS, LaCRANCE, OHIO. j; DR. W. L. HOLBROOK. 20 YEARS ; EXPERIENCE. Bridge Work, Gold and jl ' Poret'lnin Crown. Our ! i "WVyVvVSAAV reputation is a guarantee. Mrs. Holbrook helps. rVSlVrVArvl HARRY L. KinG 0TTER8ACHER BLOCK. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Money to loan on long or short time, easy payments and low interest. JOSKPH lUNUItOWKK, ABent.