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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1898.
BOYS CUT A BIG FIGGER Iu this country and are worth looking after. We will do our part and look after clothes, beginning with the little tots, furnishing suits of heavy crash and linen of all torts and colors for ages 2 to 8, at 50 cents to $1.00. Then comes the cassimeres and worst eds for the same ages; little Fauntltroy and reefer suits. The styles of these are varied and include many pretty designs in both two-piece and vested suits. Prices range from $1.00 to $3.50. Another and very important line is the knee-pant suits, ages from eight to fifteen years. These are worn during the boy's earlier school years, when a suit should both look and wear wall. Our aim has been to obtain suits with both of these qualifications, and that we have been suc cessful is evidenced by the exceptionally large demand we have tor them. The prices are 95 cents to $5.00, and the assort ment is is complete. We want especially to show you these for it is nearing school time again and you will soon want them. Remember also that we are headquarters for boys stout hose, the "Buckskin Leath er" and "Iron Clad," that wear equal to their name. Bring in the boy and let us rig him out for less than the material would cost you and save the making. Most truly yours, E. E, GOODRICH. The Mandolin club of, Oberlin, last Wednesday evening reudered some very Hue mutdc which was highly appreciated by all. There will be an open air concert and ice-cream social at the home oi air. johu Harris on Saturday evening, August 20. Cordial invitation to all. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist hurch met at the parsonage Thursday afternoon of this week. All are cordial ly invited. The Munt Fatal Disease. It is not generally known that more adults die of kidney trouble than any other trouble. When the first symptoms of this disease appear, no time should be lost in taking Foley's Kidney Cure, which ia crimrnntopil nr monev refunded. W. H. a J,..-.-...- . Tissot & Co. oe o i? t t CORRESPONDENCE. BAKER'S CROSSING. Miss Minerva. Xaylor, of Cleveland, will give an entertainment for the bene fit of the church, Saturday evening, Aug ust 13. Preaching at the fniversalist church, Sunday, August 1 1, morning and even ing. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Dirlam and chil dren, of Lodi, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peet. Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Berkley spent Thurs day and Fridav with friends in Cleve land. Mr. and Mrs. S. Fisher, of Wellington, and Rev. Geo. Fisher, of Indianapolis, Intl., visited Mr. and Mrs. K. U. Fisher, Thursday. James Hazel and family entertained their brother from Elyria, last week. Mr. and Mr-. II. Tiltotson spent Sun day iu Cleveland. Our people had the pleasure of hearing Hi"-, fate, the state missionary, preach last Sunday. Mines. Warren and Battles of Well ington, spent Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Andrews. Robert Cole returned home Saturday from a week's stay with his sister iu Wooster. The Misses Pre-ton, Leila and Ray Baker, visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith in Wellington, Wednesday. Mr. and Mr. L. S. Boice, of Galion, spent Sunday with K. B. Fisher and wife. Mrs. L. M. Wilcox, Lucy and Oron Wilcox, visited 0. A. Boice and family in Homer, recently. The residence of M. R. Sage was en tered Saturday morning. The screen was cut open and four dollars in money taken from Mr. Sage's clothe . An un known person was seen by a neighbor to leave the house and take the tra.n. J'i !tn . ( ))( t Jul nd Fred Damon, of Penfield, visited Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bliss one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Griggs, of Topeka Kan., are visiting L. E. Walker's family. Mrs. Lewis Meachnm, of Cleveland, is visiting relatives in town. The M. E. church will be re-opened next Sunday, August 14. Dr. Kemlde will preach. The last quarterly meeting of the year will he held. Mrs. J. B. Thomas and son, Carl, are visiting relatives in Akron. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McQimtc, of Bright on, were in town Sunday. Mrs. Hiram Cole hits returned from Wooster where she has been visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Eugene Chaffee. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hicks have gone to Cleveland to visit their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Shipman. Mrs. LuUier Houghton, of Oberlin, is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Alia Pratt, anil relatives. Misses Lucy Nimocks and Ollie Jones returned to Lorain last week after spend ing a week at home. When You Take Ymir Vlu utlon the most necessary article to have with you, (after your poeketbook), is a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute prevention or cure of all derangements of the bowels caused by a change of wat er. You are likely to need it. W. II. Tissot & Co. PENFIELD. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Congre gational Church, will meet Wednesday at Mrs. Fred Gott's to sew for soldiers in the hosDitals. The Congregational church has receiv ed a coat of paint. Mr. Brvauter of Litchfield, with nis two sisters, attended church services here Suudav morning. Elder Kemble preachel an impressive trw Ma aornmn til A II11I IIOUHB. taiuuK i" " text the parable of the ten virgins. Mr. W.J. Krebsand family arespena inir a few days at Lin wood. Mr. Howard Penfleld. ol Missouri, is visiting her brother, Henry, and Chas, Tavlor. .... . Mrs. Giles of Minnesota, lathe guest oi her aunt. Mrs. W. Hart. Miss Grace Chapman Is visiting Miss Mary Hayes. Corporal Harry Hamilton of Elyria, and member ot the 5th regiment, was the guest of his cousin, Mrs. E. A. Starr. The funeral of Mrs. Thalia Kitchen was lareely attended last Friday in the M. E church. Services were conducted by Rev. A. G. Wall of Welliugtou, assisted by Rev. F. E. Baker. Many relatives frnm T.dfavette and vicinity, the former home of her parents, were in attendance, also a large number of her acquaintances from Wellington, who by their presence and the flowers with which they decorat ed the casket and the grave expressea the love and respect they felt for her whom they mourned. The husband, who has been early bereft of a wife so worthy of love; the parents, whose loss is their eldest child; the little girls, who will ev er miss this exemplary sister; all have the sympathy of neighbors and a host of friends. The ice-cream social at Mr. H. O. Bar bor's, last Thursday night, was well at tended and a success in every way. The house and grounds were crowded with people from surrounding towns, as we'l as from Penfield. Tables were set on the lawn and in the house, and each was fill ed a number of times. Games were in dulged in, until a late hour on the lawn. Many thanks are due to those iu the dis trict who have taken so much interest in helping to raise fumls for a school organ. BRIGHTON. The Ladies' society of the M. E. church will meet with Mrs. J. M. Barge on Wednesday afternoon of this week. Celia French, of Superior, Wis., is vis iting friends in town. Mrs. J. M. Burge and Mrs. C. E. Fox spent last Thursday with friends In Troy. E. A. Manning, J. M. Burge and D. B. Hartmau were in Elyria Thursday. Miss Zoa Fast, of Nova, was at J. N. Burge's a few days last week. Laura Hawkins, of Massilion is visit ing at Rev. T. L. McConnell Mrs. Electa Hall, of Wellington is visiting at Mrs. Harriett Dunbars. MissMria Uartman. of New London ipent Saturday night and Sunday at 0 E. Fox's. Lottie Cave, of Wellington is the guest of Anna Allyn Mrs. T. L. McConnell and Miss Knapp, of Rochester spent a few days at Lake side last week. H.L. Loveland and his son, Carro'd spent last week in Elyria and Cleveland Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fast of troy spent Saturday night and Sunday with friends in town. Shirley Gill had to go through the painful operation of having his leg re set last Friday Brighton Grange will entertain the Pomona Grange of this county Septem ber 4 Mrs. Minns and little son Seddie, of Akron and Mrs. Thomas Burrows, or. Clark8fleld spent one day last week with Mr. and Mrs. John Burrows, Mrs. E. Gillett, of Michigan an old resident, of Brighton spent a few days last week visitine friends on Plesent street. Charles Burrows and family and Wm Burrows and family of Clarksfleld and Mr. and Mrs. John Burrows spent Sun day with Vr. and Mrs. Eugene Garrett. Builders, 9 Attention! We wish to remind you that we are headquarters for Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris, Plastering Hair, It m tm w jmm i jm yjy If WHGES OF Sill A Book for Young and Old SECURE NERVOUS BLOOD SKIN & PRIVATE DISEASES -AND- Hard Wall Plaster, at the lowest market prices BQVLBY & HALL. OUR RECORD Estd 1878 1 250,000 ft DISEASED MEN 1 TEA For & One flavored Tea t can give you a bet ter article for the money than any otner house In town and I know whereof I speak. COFFEE Breakfast is spoiled with a poor cup of Coffee. You win not be troubled in that way if you buy your coffee at T. S, Tucker's, TEA If you like a sweet uncolored Japan Tea, I can give you one that will please you. 250,000 CURED un II HO in Ell TTuvo vou finncxl lUUNU MAI1 tWt atre when ignorant of tho tornblo crime you were committing. Wd yon only consider ha fmwinatiuir allurements if this evil u..u:i ) vvk.ii t, inin t r .- .i I tho tor- rihln rumilts. were you.1 tyi oiwued to vour Deril? Did y liter i n in man- Iioodcontmctanyl'KIVA'iiJorllLUUi disease? Were you cured ? Do you now nd than m unroll alarming pyniptomsr Dare you marry in. your present ; con dition? You know," LI KU JfATltbK. LIKE SON." If married, are you con stant y living in ureaui is in failure with you on nocount of any weak- nana 1. ll.lul hu AlLIlv RhllRA OT IfttCT 6X' limn vnu hitcn drugged with W'd mcrcuryT inis oookiui.wiiiiuiuvuui. nur. nnam r im i' iw uiu.a.uw (I WENT will positively cure you. It I l..,(,niiunnlIulinvnh(nKAV(NlbV 1 KW TREATMENT. It proves Ll how n Mn GUARANTEE TO CURE S akv nmum.K flASH OR NO PAY, i W. TI ..H nnre-KMISSIONS. M viuTiwi.-Ti,'. RVPIITT.IS. OLERT. utuut ui' I m I'll I k n i; I. or- CRET DRAW. UNNATURAL DIS CHARGES, KIDNEY and BLADDER diseases. Uj CURES GUARANTEED Kj M "The Wages of Sin" sent free by Fl Mr. and Mrs. V.L. Twining and daugh- NEW Y0K STATE ter, Fern spent Monday afternoon night FULL CREAM CHEESE. with C. E. Fox. also the best FLOUR In the market. A A.... linn n.ltaa miH orunkON. Wm. Holbrook appointed administra tor of the estate of Anton Gaerhardt, late of LaGrange. Daniel S. Richards appointed executor of the will of Thomas Blackwell, late ot Oberlin Will of Samantha J. Viets, late of Oberlin, admitted to probate. Will of Mary Condon, late of Grafton, admitted to probate. F. E. Loveland appointed administra tor of the estate of Celestia Loveland Martin Pitts anuointed euardiau of Henry M. Pitts. 1.;. t. .l.nm. f.DNHI LTATIOH FREE. If unable to call, write for QUESTION BLANK for HOME TREATMENT. DRS, Kennedys Kergan 247 SUPERIOR STREET, CLEVELAND, O. Can goods and Staple and fancy groceries. You are Invited to call. T. S. TUCKER, FOB rvr., CIC If I If St RESTORES VITALITY I "U muni 1 rnJ Made a Well Man $of Me. New Hunk for Medina. A new natiniial bank to be called the Medina County National Batik, will be gin business in Medina about September 1st., iu the Wood building now occupied by the New York Racket Store, which will he fitted up in first class style. The capital stock is to be K). Mr. Blake Hendrickson, late cashier of the Old Phoenix National, will be cashier of the new bank. You Can Depend I'pou It, that Foley's Colic Cure is an instant re lief for colic, summer complaint, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, bloody flux, chronic diarrhoea, cholera infantum, billlous colic, painters' colic, anil all bowel com plaints. W. H. Tissot & Co. HUNTINGTON- Mrs. Edith Boice and daughter are in Cleveland vi-itiug. Mrs. Cora Guile, of Indianapolis, visit Pd her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Myers, last week. Mrs. David Hull was in Medina at her son, Walter Hull'?, last week. Miss Alta Dirlam and Mr. Arthur Dir lam gave their yonng friends a party at their home last Monday evening. ROCHESTER. Mr. Harvey Kessler, of California, called on friends of this place last week. Rev.O. Fisher, of Indianapolis, visited his brother, Mr. Seymour Fisher, last week. Miss Boice, of Galion, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Del. Boice over Sunday. Mis. Sterns returned to her home in Michigan last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crandall visited their son, W. E. Crandall. in Brownhelm last week. Mr. Ernest Butson and family, of Ely ria, visited their parents, Mr. J. Butson and wife, and Mr. J. Murray and wife last week. Mr. J. Carr, of Nova, was iu town one day last week. Mr. Ralph Ledyard and family, of Liundale, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Ledyard, of this place. Dr. Robberts and wife, ot Wakeman, was in town one duy last week. Mr. E. Sherman, of Big Rapids, Mich., was in town Sunday the guest of C. H. Wright. Miss TiD Armstrong and Miss Dora Blair, of Wellington, attended the ice cream social at R. Potter's last Wednes day evening. Mrs. Swartz and family, of Cleveland, visited her parent), Mr. Geo. Choate and wife over Sunday. SULLIVAN. M. A. Grissinger has mown his hard ware into his new store. Saturday eve ning he had a whip sale, when all had an opportunity to supply themselves with whips at rock bottom prices. Quite a number of our enterprising fanners have secured protection from the lightning by having lightning rods erected on their dwellings tunl barns, our friend Jud Norris. of Nankin does the work in a satisfactory manner. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grissinger and Lee Grissinger from Spencer visited friends in Sullivan last week. The Sunday schools of Sullivau are making preparations for a picnic iu the near future. J. A. Findley preached away from home Sunday. Dwight Muuhollen who was seriously shocked when the lightning struck their barn is improving rather slowly. Miss Mamie Underwood went to Col umbus Saturday where she will study music the rest of the year, she took her elegant, new, cabinet grand piano with her. W. E. lleichel and family have return ed home, school will begin September 5. Ruel Gibson is home fmn Fort Myers hospital. He came Thursday night, he has a thirty days furlough. Then he has to report at Washington. Mrs. Mary Gibson is improving as rap idly as her friends would like to see her. Her daughter, Mrs. Nellie Beard was home to see her last week. John Gibson is expected home on a short visit soon. To CoiiHiuiiptiveH. As an honest remedy, Foley's Honey and Tar does not hold out false hopes in advanced stagi s, but truthfully claims to give comfort and relief in the very worst cases, and in the early stages to effect a cure. W. II. Tissot & Co. JINE-TENTHS Ofr all the pain andsicknessfrom which women suffer Is caused! oy weakness or derangement In the organs of menstruation. Nearly always when a woman Is not well thesa organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick. cam THE anBAT produce the above reaulU In SO day a. II acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others fail. Young men will regain tbeir lost vigor, and old men will recover their youthful power by using BE TITO. It quickly and surely oures Nerv ousness, Lost Vitality, impotency, Lost Power, Fall ing Memory, Wasting Diseases, and all effects ol excess and Indiscretions, which untlts one for study, business or marriage. If not only euros by starting at the seat of disease, but Is a great nerve tonic mud blood builder, bringing back the pink glow to pale cheeks and restoring the Are of youth. It wards oft Insanity and Consumption. Insist on hiving KF.TIVO, no other. It can be carried in vest iiocknt. B mail Wl.no pr package. or six for 85. OO, with u pneitlve written miaran tre to cure or ref iud the money, t'lrcular and phyalcluna advise free. Address Royal Medicine Co., sassriiir For Sale in Wellington, Oliio, Ily W F. NEAR & CO.. UiugBista. wmeoffaroiu More than twenty million free samples of DeWitl's Wic h-haze! Salve have been dt stributed by the manufacturers. What better proof of their connMeuce in it's merits do you want? H cures piles, burns, scolds, and sores in the shortest space or tin e. J. W. Uiuurhton. One Minute Cough Cure surprises peo ple by its q'lick cures ami children niny take it iu large ()iiaiitiiies without the least danger. It has won for itself the best reputation of any preparation used to-day for colds, croup, tickling iu the throat, or (distillate coughs. J. W. Hough ton. Is nature's provision for tho regu lation of the menstrual function. It cures all " female troubles." It Is equally effective for the girl In her teens, the young wife with do mestic and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the " Change of Life." They all need it. They aro all benefitted by It. For advice in cases requlrln? special directions, address, elvlng symptoms, the "Ladles' Advisory Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chatta nooga, Tenn. TH0S. J. COOPER, Tupelo, Miss., jays: "My tlster suffered from very Irregular and painful monatruation and doctor could not relieve hor. Wine ol Cardul entirely cured her and also helped my mother through the Change oi Liia." HeWitt's Witch-hazel Salve has the largest sale of any salve In the world. This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it. Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitl's Witch hazel Salve, the great pile cure. J. W. Houghton. Truth wears well. People have learned that DeWitl's Little Kurly Risers are re liable little pills for regulating the bow els, curing contipatiou and sick head ache. They don't gripe. J. W. Houghton LhiiiI fur Sale. Three hundred acres of good farm land well located, well watered, aud well timbered, near railroad, mills, and schools. Situated in Beruell towuship, Osceola county, Mich. All for $7 per acre; or exchange for property iu Lorain county. For particulars, inquire of Wm. II. II. Sutliff, Welliugtou, 0. tf.29 nil; Four ltouti'. Reunion of the Society of the Army of West Virginia, Wheeling, W. Ya., Sept. 20 to 22. One fare round trip, going Sept. HI to 20, returning Sept. 24. Religious meeting, Linwood park, Ver million, Aug. 2 to 22. One faro round trip, going Aug. 1 to 22, date of sale mm return till Aug. 31. Conference ot Society of Friends, Rich mond, Ind., Aug. 22 to 2'i. One are round trip, going Aug. H and 20, return till Aug. 28. Sherman Brigade, Wooster, "0., Aug. loth-lil. SIH. One fare round trip going Aug. 15-llith. Returning Aug. 2(Mis. Grand encampment Kuights of Pyth ias, Aug. 22-2'J. Supreme grand lodge session, Aug. 30 to Sept. 10. Round trip fare from Wellington to Indianapolis $i.'.i5. National convention of Christian churches, Chattanooga, Tenn. Oct. 13-21, 18H8. One fare round trip, going Oct. 10 to 13, flual return limit Oct. 24, ".H. National convention letter carriers. Toledo, Sept. 5 to !. One fare round trip going Sept. 4 to 5, returning Sept. 10, inclusive. POPULAR CHEAP EXCURSION Niagara Falls J. H. BELL & CO.'S Fine Tea and Coffee Try our banner coffee; once tried always bought. A fine line of fresh Cakes and Cookies; Pickles, Sweet and Sour; Canned Meats, Corn, Peas, Fish. Home-made Bread, lOcts. Anything in Fancy and Staple Groceries. All goods delivered promptly and care fully. WM. CROSIER. Do not wait until a tornado destroys your property, but take a policy to-day with R. N. Goodwin, the old reliable In surance agent. When you call for DeWitt's Witch-hazel Salve, the great pile cure, don't accept anything else. Don't be talked into ac cepting a substitute, for piles, for sores, for bums. J. W. Houghton. Tuesday, August 16, Big Four Routs," Only $4.00 Round Trip, from Wellington. Alexandria Bay (Thousand Islands.) Only $5.00 More than Rate to Niagara Falls. Tic els Koort return! iik Five Days from date of sale. Kleuant trains of I'hI.ich Cars, WaK ner Sloepiiiu Curs anil liluh-liiu-ki'd coaches, personally conducted by representatives of the "llin Pour" who will look after the wants of nassiMiKers. 'Ihcsf excursions need no Introduction to the public and the popularity of the "lllu Four"-the natural route to Nlauara Fulls via Uullnlo is well known. Full Information In pamphlet form and can be obtained from 111k Four ticket olllce. E. 0. McCOHMICK, 1'. T. M. E. L. BENEDICT Successor to C- E. Sctlikk. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hard and Soft Goal Coke and Wood Draying and Moving of house hold goods or pianos aud teaming of all kinds promptly attended to. WAHKEX J. LYNCH, Asst. (!. I', k T. A. lliickllii's Arnica Siilve. The best Salve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and skin Erupions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give per fect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box. For sale by W. P. Near & Co., druggists. To Let. Good pasturing, plenty of water and shade. Inquire of James Switzer, or Dr. Smith. tf Price and quality guaranteed on all coal orders. Balled Hay and Straw sold and ered. deliv- Otttce Phone 48. Office Went Main Street Keslileuce phone 88. E. L. BENEDICT BRICK. All kinds of Brick for sale at reasonable prices. Also different sizes of tile. Foun dation blocks. Can furnish on short notice E. BIGLOW & SON.