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THERE IS NOTHING SLOW IN THIS COMBINATION.
We are talking about our Goods and Prices, and the manner in which we have combined the Best with the Cheapest. Our bid for business this season is a ' . . m mm mm mm mm m A a I A d from one end of the stock to together. It is wonderful what a dollar will do in this stock of BOOTS, SHOES AND WALL PAPER Luck is looking for you in the shape of bargains at B SE RAGE'S. THE SHOEMAN. TIME TABLES. ItIG FOUK. WEST. l-Col. Cin. lud. & St. LT. , 85 Dally St. L. Ex a7Col.Ex 8 54 a. m 2 6 :24 p. m :24 p. m :00 p. m 37 Daily Col. 4 Cin. Ex. 10 61 Local Freight 3 25 Wellington Ex. Sunday Only 9 :'i a. m :50 a. in EAST. 28 Daily Col. & Cin. Kx 5 26 Gallon Ex 8 :06 a. m :11 a. di :08 p. m :55 n. m :19 p. m 24 p. m 36-Dally Col. Ind. i St. L. Ex 1 24 Wellington Ex 4 2 Dallv Col. Cin. 4 Ind. Ex.. 8 62 Local Freight 5 W. At In WEST. E. 6:46 a. m 2:U6 p. m i 11 :3fi a. m 5 " 7:tt)P.m The tax books will be returned the 25th of June. New ribbons, new ties, new dimities, where? Goodsells of course. The relief sewing society will meet with Mrs. Henry Stevick, Thursday of this week. The following letters remained uncall ed for on June 20; Clara Litchfield, and Frank Reynolds. Ice Cream in the park, Saturday, June 25. Given by the B. Y. P. U. from 7:30 to 9:00, standard time. All welcome. ' Wm - - The frame building adjoining Pratt & Herrick's feed store caught fire Monday afternoon from a passing engine. The damage was slight. The funeral of J. H. Woolley, who died Wednesday of last week, was held at his lat residence Friday, June 10, at 1 p. m. A biographical sketch will appear in our next issue. Late to bed and early to rise prepares a man for his home in the skies. Early to bed and a Little Early Riser, the pill that rnakos life longer and better and wiser. J. W. Houghton. All who would like to contribute flow ers to be sent to poor children iu Cleve land, in the vicinity of the Hiram House, please take them to the Baptist church, Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. A 16-qt. tin pail and a package of sugar has been left at this office for the owner, who can have the articles upon paying for this notice. They were put by mistake iu the wrong buggy. T mm 1 " The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist Chnrch will meet with Mrs. Wm. Crab tree Friday afternoon of this week. A cordial invitation is extended to all Circle No. 1 will serve supper from 5 till 7. Price 10c. The human machine starts but once and stops but once. You can keep it go ing longest and most regularly by using DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills for constipation and all stom ach and liver troubles. J. W. Houghton, The wheat in this vicinity is looking well, but there seems to. be considerable rve mixed with it. This should be cut out, and we suggest that now would be good time to do this before the wheat is ready to harvest. If this is done, it will leave the wheat in good shape for seed this fall. HlS Four Koute, Saengerfest, Dayton, June 27, 2!). One fare round trip going June 27, 28; re turning till June 30. Look at H. C. HARRIS' Summer Line of Shoes. First Door West , First National Bank. WELLINGTON, 0. Repairing Neatly a nd Cheaply Dne- THE WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, BOOTS, SHOES AND WALL PAPER. COrflDlNA I Ivin the other; its everywhere the same WELLINGTON BOYS. Keep your Eye on Them They are all Good Hoyn, and all Huntlern. Our people Bre always interested in the wellfare of our boys. They like to hear how they are getting along, and we are glad to publish a portion of a letter re ceived by the editor from Edward P. Smith of Chattanooga, Tenn, who is a member of the class of 'Sit. W. H. S. I wasmuch in hopes that I could make a visit north this summer and attend the alumni, but as 1 have recently made important business changes I find it im practical to do so, but have virtually promised myself the trip next year. In response to your question, "How am I getting along?," will say that' I could hardly expect better progress than I have made the past two years, as I am now head chemist and manager of the labra- tory forFritts & Wiehl, a large wholesale house here in the city. Am also profess or of chemistry iu the Chattanooga Medl cal College. However, I expect to resign these positions almost any time to accept the snperintendency of the Rapid Trail sit railway, an electric road which has just been completed from the city to the Chickamagua National Park, and to sev eral importrnt suburbs. The encamp ment of the soldiers here because of the war, has proven a great boom to our road, and as I hold quite an investment in thecompany I am satisfied that it will prove a good paying venture. We are all usually well, and you have my best wishes for your own business progress. With best regard to all inquiring friends I am, yours truly, Edward P. Smith. UeHolutionH of KeHpect. WHEREAS, Wm. Cushion, jr., who for over thirty years has been in the employ of the First National Bank of Welling ton, and for many years its cashier, finds it necessary to his health to find occupa tion of a different character; THEREFORE, be it resolved, 1st, that in the retirement of Wm. Cushion, jr from the office of cashier of this bank, the bank loses the services of a faithful and efficient officer, who by his accuracy aud courteous treatment of the patrons of this bank has made many warm friends, and added materially to the use fulness and prosperity of the bank; 2nd, that we wish Mr. Cushion success in ev ery walk in life, andsincerely desire that the change may prove in every way ben eficial to health and prosperity. Respectfully submitted, S. K. Warner, J. T. Haskell, Chas. T. Jameson. Death of Joseph G. Cook. Joseph G. Cook, formerly a resident of Rochester, died May 30. in New York City, Mr. Cook while there was an engineer on the Central Husdon railroad. At the time of his death, he was one of Jthe old est engineers on the Sixth avenue elevat ed railway. He was respected by all who knew him, and was well known iu Char lotte. Mr. Cook leaves his wife and one son of New York JCity, and one brother, John Cook, and one sister, Miss Emma Cook, both of Charlotte.-lCharlotte (N Y.) News. Kollee. Twenty acres of ground to let on shares for iwheat. or hired plowed. One mile south of the village of Huntington. John Eglin. It only requires common cents to get bargain in shoes at Goodsell's. UP ESAKUAIliO throughout the store; the high grade LORAIN COUNTY BAPTISTS To Hold Their 40th Annual Sunday-achool Convention and II. Y. l Y. Rally. The 4(.ith annual meeting of the Lorain Baptist Sunday scheol convention will be held at the Baptist church in this place Tuesday, June 28. The evening service will Jbe in charge of the associa- tional Baptist Young People's Union. All are coidiall invited to attend these meetings. The program is as follows: MORNING, 10:00-Vords of Welcome, Sunt. Wellington Sunday school. Response. Arthur Knapp, Elyrla Devotional, intent Talent. Three minute talks. (a) llow Helped by this Convention Frank Phelps (b) llow It may help this convention V. Dan 11 (c) How developed the comlni! veiir Arthur Coo er .music (jou veil it on cnotr. Reports from Schools Annolntment of Committees. General Conference Toi.lc, "Vivid Memories of Church aud School." (All urged to speak.) Five Minute i'rayer Service, llasket liunch. ( Bring your dinner.) AFTERNOON. 11:15- 12::-Pralae Services: W. J. Horner, Oberlln Antliem Oherl n tJliureh Choir. l'2:4")-Adilie8on lilhle tudv. 1 . K. Bill. ir. 1:115 Experiences of the Year Five minute talks: la) Under Junlner Trees. ri. I. Shepard, Henrietta a J -ti hmall Voice. Miss il .trie linapu, Wellington c Our Druse or on. i;. k. tiiap man, llunltnyloii i Mir Work-leu Minute Addresses. 1:20 Some Thlnns to be Avoided. John M. Tootli, idtclilleld Discussion. K Teach inu that Draws and Holds. Miss Maude Porter. Oberlln 1:4") liovs. Marbles. Fathers, and hundav school, (ieorue Daniels, hlyria Discussion. 2:X) Intermission of fifteen minutes. 2.1.') -Anthem Elyrla Church Choir. home Hints on oiietiiim aud Closing the School, W, li. Duiaud. Oberlln "Opportunitles,"Frank Scoville, Penlield discussion. Our Sundav-schnol Music. Mrs. M, A. Campbell, Plttsfleld Pillars aud Latum lers in the School. M Iss Jessie Watt, Elyrla Discussion. rielcctiou Convention Choir. :i:lO- S imp Shots (llvemlniitesforpach kodak) (a) At Some superintendents, John Townsenil, Avon (b) At Some L asses. Mrs. 10. E, Hopkins, Lorain (ci At Some schools, Roy Sheffield, Camden Discussion. :t:30 OucMion Uox. E. K. Knapp, Evria ;5:;u- I'.iection ot Dinners and liuslness. Sentence Prayers. 4:110 Adjourn. EVENING B. Y. P. II. RALLY. :llo Soni: Service. 7:1ft Business Vt i li li 1 hi: the Associate Members. .Miss May Knani). Welllnuton Our Younii Men in the i'rayer Meetinc, John Chamberlain, LaGraiiKe iiurOouni! Men in 1 Vrsona Work. W. II. Wrinlit, Litchfield Our I'lediiH lis Seoul-. Power and fulllll nient. Rev. E. E. Knapp, Hlyria J l nai Adjournment. A ROUSING WELCOME- Should be Extended to the Congressional Delegate Next Week. A week from to-day Wellington will have the honor of entertaining the iee- gates of the 14th Congressional district, There will be 22!i delegates and prob ably as many more people who will swell the crowd to nearly 500. The Enterprise suggests that the peo ple of Wellington decorate their homes and business places and show our visit ors that a grand welcome is extended (o them. Convention at Wellington .June 20. The following railroads. Big Four, W, & L. E., C. L. & W., and B. & 0. offer a round trip rate of one fare. For the benefit of delegates and friends who may wish to attend, notice is given that the American House has been secur ed and will be run by G. D. Foote, who will operate both hotels, and thus in con ncction with the Stemple House, the best of accomodations possible will be se cured. Death of W. V. Rood. V. W. Wells, of South Main street, re- ceived a telegram yesterday announcing the death of his son-in-law, W-. V. Rood of Akron, 0. Mr. Rood was well known here, and his sudden death is quite a shock to his many friends. Mr. Rood was superintendent of the Akron public schools. DIED. At his residence on Barker street, Frl day, June 17th, 18118, Philander Nichols, aged 71 years. The funeral was held on Sunday, Rev. R. L. Waggoner officiating. At his residence of East Main street after a protracted illness on Wednesday, June 15, 18118, at about 5 p. m., J. II. woolley, aged z years, b uneral was held at his late residence Friday at 1 p m., Rev. R. L. Weggoner officiating. The Cuban question and political is sues sink into insignificance with the man who suffers from piles. What he most desires is relie'. DeWitt's Witch- hazel Salve cures piles. J. W. Houghton. and the low price go 6 SUliltlT A IN U KlKSONAL- i Harry Bush is assisting at the Rod- house grocery. Mrs. E. Cook of Spencer, is the guest of relatives in town. N. T. Horr, of Cleveland spent the first of the week at home. Miss Emily Sage of Hillsdale, Mich., is at home for the summer. Dr. Buel of Boston, occupied the pulpit of the M. E. church Sunday. Miss Fern Smith of Van Wert, is in town visiting her many friends. M. H. Laundon and R. A. Palmer, of Cleveland spent Sunday at home. R. C. Linder of Oberlin, 0., was the guest of friends in town a few days, Miss Hattie Gillett of Lorain, was the guest of relatives in town over Sunday. Miss May Penfleid of .Chattanooga, Tenn., was visiting friends in town last week. Miss Minerva Naylor of Cleveland, was in town Monday evening to attend alumni. Miss Louise and A. E. Carter of Soux City, Iowa, are the guests of R. D. Foote and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Lang, of Cleve land are the guests of friends and rela tives in town. Ford Hall, of Galion, spent a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D Hall, this week. Mr. Hobart Herrick, who has been at tending school at Atheus, is home for the summer vacation. Mrs. Chas. Gardner and sons of Wash ington, Pa., are visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. M. Barnes. Wm. Cushion, Jr., left Tuesday morn ing for Columbus, 0., where he will be gone for an indofinito time. E. F. Webster, Jr., will leave for Lodi, Saturday, where he will enter into the employment of the Horr. Warner Co. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Yale of Xenia, visit ed at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Yale, for a few days last week. Miss Nina V. Bendict returned from Mt. Vernon, la., last Thursday, where she has beeu teifhing in the conservatory of music. Dr. Harry L. King is attending the tri-state dental meeting at Put-in-Bay on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this week. Mr. Charles Kinnison, who has been at tending school at Delaware, is assisting at the First National bank for an in definite time. Edward Bernard, who has been attend ing a school of elocution, in Cleveland, 0., for the past five months is spending his vacation at home. Mr. Harry Pratt, a member of the class of 'i)5, who has beeu attending school at Baldwin college, is spending his vaca tion at his home in Huntington. Mrs. Taylor-Smith, of Binghampton, N. Y., returned to her home yesterday, after spending a couple of weeks as the guest of Mr. and Mfc. S. S. Warner. Mr. Chaplin of West Virginia, a young man who was the guest of Mrs. W. M. Richardson last week, went to Cleveland last week Wednesday, eulisted in the 14th Ohio, and left for Maailla via San Fran cisco the next day. Chas. Ogden has enlisted in the volun teer services and is in San Francisco, about to embark for Manilla. He was born in Wellington, son of the late Thomas Ogden, who did valiant services in the civil war. He is a grandson of Matthew Allyn, Jr. Onemiuute is not long, yet relief is ob tained in half that time by the use of One Minute Cough Cure. It prevents consumption, and quickly cures colds, coughs, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, la grippe, aud all thoat and lung troubles. J. W. Houghton. S. M. Geary, Pierson, Mich., writes: "DeWitt's Witch-hazel Salve is curing more piles here to-day than all other remedies combined. It cures eczema and all other skin diseases." J. W. Hough ton. Bun Over and Received Serious Injuries A young boy aged 13 years was run over late this afternoon near Weavers' wagon shop on South Main street, and received serious Injuries. The unfortu nate lad, named Cassel, was riding a wheel and mn over by a road-hog from an adjoining town. JUNE 22, 1898. Don't sew this beautiful weather, but let us sell you ready-made clothing right in fit, style and price. SHIRT A variety of shirt waists CRASH SKIRTS. Plain and figured black skirts. Black and blue serge skirts. WRAPPERS. Print, Percale and Dimity wrappers 88c to $1.35 PARASOLS. A fine line of plain and fancy parasols. A few very pretty parasols for children. While you are here look around and see some of our bargains in odds and ends of ribbons and other summer goods. J. S. Hal lory & Co. SPECIAL SALE. 300 Pairs Ladies' Oxford Ties AT COST. We are now offering our entire stock of Ladies' and Misses Low Shoes and Slippers at actual cost. Benedict Shoe Company. 1 door West of Hardwase Store. AT LAST LADIES' AND GENTS' BICYCLES, FOREST CITY, $24.75.! 1898 model, high grade, flush joints, 2J inch drop, any color, two piece crank, any style ot dec oration, adjustable handle bars, ball retainers, dust fjh caps and felt washers in the hubs, high grade tire, any gear and any sized frame. pi FULL GUARANTEE TO DECEMBER 3?7i898 f TERMS: I C. 0. D., with priviledge of examination. C. 0. if V D. orders mnst be accompanied by three dollars to fc cover express charges both ways.' ( Money refunded if not satisfactory. F FOREST CITY CLEVELAND, OHIO. ihat is well made and all WAISTS. 50, 75 and $1.00 BICYCLE CO.