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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1898.
SHOES! SHOES! Our prices may startle, but they will not vex the careful buyer. It will do you good to come in and see the following bargains. J. S. Mallory & Co. Ladies' Tan Buttons $1.98 Ladies' Tan Lace $1.98 Ladies' Dongola Button, Turn $1.98 Ladies' Dongola Congress $1.49 Ladies' Tailorm-ade Lace $1.49 Ladies' Dongola Button, Turn, Patent Tip $1.19 Ladies' Dongola Button and Lace, spring heel $1.00 Ladies' Tan Oxfords .98 Misses' Wine, Button and Lace, spring heel $1.25 Misses' Dongola and Goat, button $1.00 Misses' Dongola Button, Patent Tip $1.19 Misses' Strap sandal .70 Child.8 Dongola Button $1.00 Men's $2.50, $3, $4 shoes, your choice $1,150 Men's Plain Toe and Tip, Bal and Congress $1.00 Men's Vici Oxfords $1.00 Boy's and Youth's Steel Shod $1,119 Put the dollars where it does the most good for you. We will give the limit in quality and value for it. cznrpDAfccr tupt aurPTM All Bargains in Second-Hand Wheels, $5 Up. The CrMofliits are thoroughly up tn-riiiti', Kuaranteert by maniirncKirrs ol unquestioned financial responsibility. J. J. Thomas, Jr. The Sliow of all Shows! HI HENRY'S GREAT MODERN MINSTRELS! The Leading Amusement of the Day. 50 ALL WHITE PERFORMERS 50 8 Star Comedians 8 Including The Star Comedian Dan Allmon. The Favorite Comedian Billy Clarke. Gifted Singers (lutes, Davis, Decker, Mlchullls, Melvlan, Stuart, DcCoverly, Reeves, Elliott. U BSILLIMT SPECIALTIES U it Including 17 The Fun Makers TEAL & BAKER, The Wonderful Morton & Elliott. The Parisian Marvels The Couture Bros. The Popular Cornet Virtuoso Mr. Hi Henry. 19 CRAND SOLO ORCHESTRA. 19 30 Super Military BAND! 30 Two hours and a half of solid laugh. Popular Low Admission, 25-35-50 Cents. You invite diRappoiutnifiii when you experiment. DeWitt's Little Early Ris ers are p easant, easy, thorough little pills. They cure constipation and sick headache just as sure as you take them. J. W. Honghton. Hear the beautiful singing at Hi Henry's minstrels, Saturday night, Aug ust 13. v Take a rest and go to the Wellington fair, Ang. 17, 18, and 19. Go to the fair next week, Aug. 17, li, and 19. Ice-cream in any quantity at W. II Tissot & Co's. Don't forget the Wellington fair, Aug. 17, 18. and 111. Crushed fruit with ice-cream soda oc at W. II. Tissot & Co's. The pro.-pects are good for a big fair Aug. 17, 18, and IS). Wellington fair, Aug. 17, 18, and 19 is all the talk now days. Mr. Windecker's house in Wellington has been ransacked by burglars. If you enjey a good, hearty laugh, go to Hi Henry's show Saturday night. Hi Henry's minstrels will make you laugh continually throughout the per formance. Remember the bicycle races come off at the fair Aug. 18, in the morning. Come and see them. Special excursion to Columbus over the Big Four. Sunday, Aug. 11. Fare for the round trip, $1.00. Dr. M. H. Mills is prepared to treat Hernia and Hemorrhoides (piles) and guarantees a cure in every case. The annual reunion of the 17tith O. V. L, will be held in the G. A. R. hall at this place September 14 and 15, 1898. Hi Henry's show will parade in uni form at 11:45 Saturday. The band composed of thirty pieces will head tiie parade. The Lorain County Grange will hold a picnic at Linwood, Tuesday, Aug. 16. J. S. Green will speak on "The Value of Farmers' Organizations. The fall term of the Oberlin Business College will open Monday, Sept. 5. This is unquestionably one of the best busi ness colleges in the country. Mr. J. M. Starr, of Penfleld. is soon to start in the banking business at La Grange. He has a host of friends in the county, who wish him success. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Daugherty are en tertaining an eight and one-half pound boy, who arrived last Friday night. Both are doing well and Fred is receiv ing congratulations. The district meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society will be held in the Methodist church, Wellington, Aug. 31. Returned missionaries will be among the speakers. Mrs. Dustin Kem ble, of Cleveland, will preside. A Dime Social will be given by the B. Y. P. U. of the Baptist Church, at the home of Mrs. Ilattie Marshall, on the Wiuchell farm, one and a fourth miles east of Wellington, Friday evening, Aug. 12. Everyone is cordially invited. We see by the Wooster Daily that Miss Minnie Cleghorn has successfully passed the Wooster University examination and been granted a diploma from that University, she has not only kept up her' teaching but also carried on this course of study and been successful in both as her re-election and passing examinations show. For broken surfaces, sores, insect bites burns, skin diseases, and especially piles there is one reliable remedy, DeWitt's Witch-hazel Salve. When you call for DeWitt's, don't accept counterfeits or frauds, r You will not be disappoiuted with DeWitt's Witch-hazel Salve. J. W. Houghton. Frank Hubbard, engineer for the past nine years at the Wellington Bending Works, has been appointed by the coun cil as engineer for the waterworks and electric light plant, at a salary of f 50 per month. A stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure. Ilin niless iu effect, touches the right spot, reliable and Just what is wanted. It acts at once. J. W. Houghton. Found 1 A pair of spectacles, owner can have same by identifying property and pay ing for this advertisement. Enterprise Office. MiihIchikI Drama. Among the few successful amusement enterprises in New York during the heated term just passed, none were more successful or more deserving than that very amusing comedy of complications, styled "A Booming Town." It is in my opinion the funniest farce in the English language. Though Mr. Charles II. Hoyt dM not originally write the piece, he has "ttined-it-iip-to-date," and in its present shape it is the equal of any of his late successes. It contains more music than an opera, and the most of it will soon be tremendously popular. Manager Couch is using every effort to secure for an early date at the opera house the much talked of New York Cas ino success, "A Booming Town," and deserve great credit in endeavoring to provide distinctly high class stage perfor mances for the theatre-goers of Welling ton. It was this same "Booming Town" company that President McKinley re cently saw at the Grand Opera House, Washington, and spoke very highly of. Democrat!) Chuviih. The democrats convened in the opera house, Tuesday night to elect delegates to the county convention, which will be held in Elyria tomorrow. The meeting was opened by Mr. Burt Howk. Mr, George Sonierville was appointed chair man and F. S. Bowl by, secretary. The following delegates to the county convention were elected: David Peters, Edward Jefferies, Ed Bernard, L. V. Banning, Burt Howk, Chas. Whiton, F. S. Bowlby. A motion was made and carried that any delegate who is unable to attend the convention himself shall uame his own alternate. A motion was made that our delega tion be instructed to use their influence to secure the nomination of David Peters for county commissioner. The motion was voted on, carried, after which the meeting adjourned. Lots of sports at the Wellington fair next week. Leave fur Wuhlngton. Mr. M. W. Lang received his commis sion, Monday as paymaster, U. S. A., with rank as major. He has been order ed to report at Washington and leaves today. Mr. Lang does not know where he will be assigned. AdvertUed Lettertt. The following letters remained un claimed at the postoftice August 8, 1898; Adams, Mrs. Susan; Chedister, Elisha; Heffuer, George; Moore, Alex.; Reynolds, Francis. C. W. Aruer, P. M. A Novel Kiitertaiiimtmt. Miss Touio Inouye, a native of Japan, will talk about the lite of a Japanese girl from babyhood to womanhood, giv ing all particulars. She will conduct a Japanese tea party and marriage cere mony, assisted by the young people, in costume, at the Methodist church, Mon day evening, August 15. Admission 10 and 15 cents. Miss Iuouve will also conduct a meeting in the park Sunday eveniug at ti o'clock. A Suicide. Thursday noon, a Miss Halkins, aged 23 years, of Coshocton, who had been working for Dr. J. W. Smith for the past two weeks, committed suicide by cutting her throat with a case-knife. No cause can be assigned for the act other than temporary insanity, which is generally accountable for such occur ences. Died. At 0:35 a. m., Aug. 8, Ethel A. Howe, aged 24 years. Funeral from residence, No. 7, Griswold street, Cleveland, this af ternoon. Miss Howe was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Howe, former resi dents of Wellington. ought to know that when suffering from any kidney trouble that a safe sure remedy is Foley's Kidney Cure. Guaranteed, or money refunded. W. H. Tissot & Co. The laying of the water pipes is being done very rapidly. The foundation for the standpipe is completed and the elec tric light plant is being overhauled, new brick work for the boilers will be put in. The dynamos have been ship ped and will probably be here the latter part of the week. The pole line is now being repaired and the stringing of the wire will begin soon. At about 1:35 this afternoon, the roof of the old warehouse adjoining Pratt & Herrick's feed store caught fire, bnt was extinguished before much damage was done. SOCIETY AND PERSONAL Mrs. Clayton Bowers has returned to her home in Bellevue. Mr. J. II. Whitbeck has returned to Burlingame, Kansas. Misses Nina and Mabel Benedict are at Linwood for a few days. Mrs. Robert Mei riam is visiting J. F. Merriam, St. Joseph, Mo. Mr. Ben Culver, of Cleveland, is in town the guest of J. J. Thomas. Mrs. U. F. Miller leaves for Wooster, today to be absent a couple of weeks. Mrs. Mae Brant returned from Wooster today, after a three weeks visit there. Rev. Blackburn, of Spencer, spoke at the Methodist church last Thursday even ing. Mrs. Win. Cushion and Mrs. G. E. Townsend are in Cleveland for a few days. Mrs. W. B. VanGorder, of Knights' town, Ind., is the guest of Miss Gertrude Johns. miss uiena K. tiiapmari is visiting her friend, Miss Marion A. Roat, at Wil loughby, 0. Mr. C. F. Green, of Kent, O. is calling on his many friends in Brighton and Wellington. Mrs. A. H. Randolph has gono to Illi nois for a few weeks, leaving Wellington a week ago. Mrs. Clara A. Wells, of Rock Island, 111, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs F. Stutchfleld Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Mills spent Sunday in Norwalk, the guests of his brother, Dr. C. A. Mills, Mrs. Geo. Tucker, son ami daughter, of Cleveland, are the guests of C. G. Arm strong and family. Misses Maud and Mable Hixon, of Per rinton, Mich., are the guests of friends and relatives in town. Mr. J. M. Binehower has returned from an extended visit through Detroit, Springport and Niles, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Whitbeck have re turned from North Eaton, where they have been for the past week. Mrs. G. W. Smith and daughter, Miss Zula, of Blissfield, Mich., are visitiug relatives and friends in town. Miss Janette Downie of Cleveland, is the guest of her friend, Miss Emily Dav is of Courtland avenue, for a few days Mrs. A. P. Dimock and son Ralph are at Wooster attending the annual com mencement of the University of Wooster. Arthur French, of Wellington, and Jay Ringle and Pitt Curtis, 2d., of Nor walk have gone to Niagara Falls for a few days.-Norwalk Reflector. Mrs. C. II. Lang and little daughter, who have been the guests of friends in town for a couple of weeks, returned to their home last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Gammell, of Ak ron, arrived in town Saturday morning. Mrs. Gammell will bo the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Bowers for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. McDennott and Miss Orrie Foote returned last evening from their trip to Mackinac. Mr. McDennott visited several points ih Michigan in the interest of the Wellington Machine Co. Mrs. H. M. Brooks and wife, of Jack son, Mich., are stopping at Hotel De Foote. Mr. Brooks has the contract for putting in the waterworks pipe, and will remain in Wellington until the com pletion of the work. Just the Tlace for a Wedding Trip. Take a cruise to picturesque Mackinac island, 9(H) miles of lake ride, and it only costs $17 from Cleveland, $15 from Tole do, and $12.40 from Detroit, round trip, including birth and meals. New steel steamers. Send 2c for illustrated pamph let. Address A. A. Schantz, G. P. A., D. & C, the coast line, Detroit, Mich. Free ruin. Send your address to II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are easy in action and are particularly effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache. For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved Invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every delecterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Eegular size 25 cents per box. Sold by W. P. Near & Co., DrugglsU. S cnriCTv a m r dcdci-imai Closing out of and Opening up Goods! In order to make good our promise given in the Fair Book, we will close out one lot of Shift Waists, odd sizes, at 25 cents. All the Best at 45 cents. A few patterns of 25-centfine Zephyr Ginghams, while they last, 9 cents. Onehalf Dozen Fine Crash Skirts at 98 cents. One Case more of the "Fruit of the Loom" Cot ton advertised so extensively, our price, 6 cents. Be Patriotic! See our new, six-feet, fast-color Flags, $1.00. J. S. flallory & Co. T CLOSING OF ENTIRE STOCK OF TAN SHOES. Ladies' $3.50 and $3.00, Tan Shoes, now $2.50 Ladies' $1.,75 and $1.50 Tan Sooes, now 1,25 Misses $1.50 and $1.25 Tan Shoes, now 1,00 Men's $4.00 Tan Shoe, cloth top 3,00 Men's $3.50 and $3.00 Chocolate Vico Bal 2.50 Men's $1.75 Tan Bal I25 Youth's Chocolate Vici Bals 1,25 Still selling Oxford Ties and Slippers at actual cost. Benedict Shoe Company. 1 door West of Hardware Store. Important to Owing to makiDg room close out our entire stock of Men's, Women's Children's Footwear, REGARDLESS OF COST. Never again will such an opportunity present itself, as we are determined to sell every pair of shoes in my store in the next 60 days. Ilemember this is not a sale of old shopworn and out-of-date styles which are dear at any price as wt offer our entire stock. Every pair must go. H.C.HARRIS, EXCLUSIVE SHOE MAN. Summer Stuff the New Fall Colored Waists $ OUT SALE. Shoe Buyers. for our new fall stock we wil Boys', Hisses' and