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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1898.
xxxxxxx i Ladies Saturday, October 8th, I'll WULJ Shoes at $1.20 and f V V V V THE BASEMENT OF THE Big Department Store. HAVE YOU SEEN THE Since it has boon remodeled with its New Windows, New Doors, New Steps, etc., etc? It is one of the new Improvements of the Corner Store. It is now the most desirable place in town for the grocery business. Everything is now in shape to do the large business that is being done there. All goods are bought in large quantities, consequently at bottom prices. The increase of trade demonstrates that we make correspondingly low prices to the customers. Our stocks are all full of the choicest and freshest goods. No old goods are allowed to remain in stock. "Quick Sales and many of them, at Small Profits," IS THE MOTTO Or i nn UUUUSfcLL. BAScmc l jiukc. We are buying more butter than all the other stores in town and we are always able to furnish the best butter to our customers at the very lowest price. Besides having all the leading and staple groceries that are usually carried, we have many special goods that are confined to ourselves, on which we make our own Drices. WA nftVfi a SriRCiai Urauu Ol num. . t 1 l 1 ... 171 which is the best of all flour. Our WHITE STAR COFFEE, which is acknowledged to be the best brand of Coffee ever sold in Wellington for the money. Our GRANULATED TEA is by all odds the best 50c tea, is being sold at the same price that it was before the duty was put on. Our Special Brand of Salmon three cans for 25c. Another brand at 18c, which Is everywhere sold tor 25c. These are a few and only a few. Come and see how full this Basement is of goods of every variety. Things people want every day and must have. We are hero to supply the long felt want of the town to buy everything at the highest possible price and sell the very can and live. O.B.Qoodseli One hundred and thirty-one tickets to Cleveland over the Big Four were sold heie Thursday of last week. Mrs. L. H. Wadsworth has purchased the planning mill of N. P. Robinson, and will assume control about January 1, 1890. The repairing of the Herrick build ing, recently partly destroyed by fire is nearly finished. The steam laundry is now located in the old quarters. An ordinance was passed by the coun cil Monday evening, prohibiting the use of water in the water-wovks reser voir for any purpose except iu case of fire. The remains of Mary Baird, who died in Cleveland, 0., Saturday of consump tion, were brought to this place Monday , to be taken to Lodi, for interment. . For school or business you need a Waterman Ideal Fountain Pen. Found at Wight and Sons. Anything published in music can be obtained of Wight and Sons. The members of the Methodist church and Wellington people in general are pleased at the return of R. L. Waggoner as pastor of that church. Mr. and Mrs. Waggoner have been among us two years and are universally loved by our people. Old fashions in dress may be revived, bat no old-fashioned medicine can re place Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by W. F. Near & Co. Hunter's excursion to Mackinac Is land via steamers from Toldo, Oct. 13, limit 15 days. Rate $5.00. See W. & L E. agent tor particulars, Going on train No. 4. Shoes, HjaiLJlJ o $1.98 per Pair. GOODSELL BASEMENT GROCERY STORE J I . , An. nrnniln.Vlnn.. Ann 1U1 llltHauco uui nimrai riuui uuui best goods at the lowest prices that we Street fair, Orrville, October 12 to 14; rate one fare round trip October 12 to 14 inclusive; return limit October 15. The first of the series of club dances was held in the town hall, Friday even ing. Over thirty-five couple were pre sent. It was a success in every respect, and much credit Is due to the managers, Messrs. Stemple and Foote. Music was furnished by Hall's orchestra, which is worthy of mention. Rev. A. S. Cornwall will deliver a missionary leeture in the M. E. church Thursday evening, October 6. His sub ject will be "India". No charge will be made for admission, but a collection will be taken to help defray expenses. Ths lecture promises to be an interest ing one, and helpful in hearing what good work is being done in the far off countries by the American missionaries, The regular meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will be held at the home of Mrs. Charles Avery, on Forest avenue, Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 2 :30 p. m. Important business will come before the meeting, and a full atten dance is desired. T. F. Rodhouse has purchased the stock of groceries owned by T. S. Tucker and took possession this morning. D. M. Hall has been appointed health officer. Administrator! Sale of Beat Eatate. For a few days I will offer for sale at private sale the real estate belonging to the estate of Asa Damon deceased. Said real estate consists of one lot on the south side of west Main street, and Four lots on Barker street. Terms reasonable. For particulars call on the undersigned, or upon J, T. Haskell, at his office, Frank Datum, tdminlitratoft Ladles' Inn I nee, $1.50 grade, per pair $1.20 I ivVf.' 1 nn l.ce, $a.oo trade, per pair $1.20 ONEDAY ONLY,SATURDAY,OCT. 8th. Our line of Men's Box Calf, Willow Calf, Enamel and Vici Kid Bala are up to the minute in style quality and price. Best goods in the town. SATURDAY, I will show you something RAG Obituary. Mr. Harry Maynard died at his home in Wellington, September 28, of a' com plication of stomach and liver troubles. He was born in Pittsford, Vermont, July 14, 1834, was married to Miss Maria S. Earl, June Hi, 1855. For fourteen years he was conductor of passinger train in his native state. In 1870 he moved to Lorain county, Ohio. Since that time he has worked at carpenter and carriage work, living in Camden. Oberlin and Wellington. In April 181)7, he united with the Bap tist church of Wellington and his Chris tian hope sustained him in his last days. About decoration day, because of fall ing health, he was obliged to give up work and at times since then has been a great sufferer, but has borne it with marked patience, looking for death, both as a release from pain and also as the consummation of his hope of a life to come. His own departure is the first break made in the family by death. His wife who cared for him in his weakness, his son, C. J. Maynard, of Oberlin and his daughters, Mrs. J. T. Loweth, of Chicago, 111., Mrs. C. B.Cauer, Mrs. Wm. C. Weaver and Mrs. G. E. Fisher, were all present to receive his last council and to mourn his loss. Mrs I. L. ConiHtock Dead. Died, Sunday afternoon, October 2, 1898, at her home on East Main street, of apoplexy, Mrs. I. L. Comstock, aged 54 years. The funeral which was private, occurred yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Her many friends were per mitted to view the remains in the fore noon from 10:00 to 2:00. Mrs. Comstock was a well-know and much beloved woman and her sudden death was a shock to the entire com munity. i a Opened to Visitors. Last Thursday evening the plant was opened to visitors, and upon invitation from the Mayor and the Council, over 200 people visited the plant during the evening. Mr. Ashley was in charge, testing the appliances, and explained to the visitors the workings and the uses of the different appliances, necessary to the successful working of the plant. .in To the Public. At heavy expense the grounds of this company, formerly occupied by L. H Wadsworth as a lumber yard, has been graded and prepared for lawn and park purposes. Please do not trespass there on. A word to the wise, etc. The C. C. C.&St. L. Ry.Co. Oct. 3, '98 Wm. H. Fisher, Agt. Water Mains Tested. A large crowd assembled on the public square last Thursday afternoon to wit ness the testing of the watermains. A pressure of 90 pounds was put on the mains from the engine. Hose was connected to a hydrant in front of the Hotel DeFoote, leading to the north end of the square, and two connections were made with the hydrant in front of J. S. Mallory & Co.'s store, were used in throwing water. Two streams one inch, and one stream one and three-sixteenths inches was thrown, the height varying from 85 to 150 feet, one stream being thrown high enough to drench the weather signal flag on the Benedict block. In all five different streams were thrown, and showed the ample protection we have in case of fire. Three Doctora In Consultation. From Benjamin Franklin. "When you are sick, what you like best it to be chosen for a medicine in the first place; what experience tells you is oe8i, to oe cnosen in tne second place what reason (i. e., Theory) says is best is to be chosen in the last place. But if vou can set Dr. Inclination. Dr. ExDer ience and Dr. Reason to hold a consul tation together, they will give you the oesi mat can oe taken. When you have a bad cold, Dr. Incli nation would recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy because it is pleasant and safe to take, Dr. Experience would rec omend it because it never fails to effect a speedy and permanent cure. Dr. Reason would recommend it because it is prepared on scientific principles, and acts on nature's plan In relieving the lungs, opening the secretions and restor ing the system to a natural and healthy condition. For sale by W. F. Near & Co, For Sale. Lot containing V acre of land situated at the south end of Prospect st. Address Box 409, Wellington. . tf Big Four Koute. One dollar excursion to Columbus and return Sunday, October 9, 1898. Train leaves at 8.66 a. m. returning leavei Columbus at 7 p. m. $1.98 Ladles' Tan, Cloth Top Lace, $3.00 grade, $1.98 A lew pair more Ladles' Don- rt eoia nana-iurn button, 13.00 Tl . A 1 1 Ij.Soaad $4, narrow width... Kfvr OCTOBER 15, in Men's and Boys' Goods. THE SHOE MAN. H. B. Marshall spent Sunday in Elyrla. Mr. 0. T. Jenks. of Cleveland, was in town Monday. Mr.' J. L. Chapman was in Oberlin one day last week. W. H. Tissot was in Cleveland and Cuyhoga Falls, Sunday. Mr. G. W. Ryder, of Cleveland, spent Sunday with his family. D. 0. Ayers, of Attica. 0.. is assisting at wm. Klnincrer s drvcoods nt,ir. George Motzger visited with friends in Cleveland, a couple of days last week. Mrs. 1). W. Bradley is visiting D. N. Bradley of Now London, 0., this week. Mr. J. S. French, of Litchfield, was in town Monday, the guest of R. L. French. Miss Rosalie McCoy, who has been the guest of friends in Lorain, has returned. Miss Jessie West wes the truest of Miss Cora Babcock in Rochester, 0., over Sun day. Mrs. Sarah Liudor was in Cleveland and Greenwich a couple of days last week. Jacob Stemple of Ada, 0., spent sever al days of last week with his brother, L. Stemple. Wm. Rininger is making a businens trip to Deleware and Cincinnati, 0., this week. Miss Naftzger of West Salem. 0.. vis ited her sister, Mrs. G. L. Blinn. a few days last week. L. G. Stemple left Tuesday for a ten days visit with friends in eastern and southern Ohio. D. 0. Williams of Machauicsburg, 0., visited Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Seamann on Friday last week. Mia. Mattie Cooper, returned last week, after visiting with friends and relatives in Toledo. J. J. Thomas, Jr. left Sunday for Bat tle Creek. Mich, where he will attend school the comiug year. C. J. Wurst and Charles Smith, of Elyriawere in town Friday evening, attending the club dance. Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Carter and daugh' ter, Florence spent Sunday as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Foote. Mr. II. Tissot and Miss Anna Tissot have returned from a month's visit in the southern part of the state. Mrs. E. M. Gibbs and daughter Evelyn, left Saturday morning for Pittsburg, Pa., to be absent during the winter. Mr. and Mrs. John Ledsrett of Vernon Junction were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lane Ledgett on Sunday afternoon. Miss Lillian Vischer returned with her aunt, Mrs. Sarah Freeman , to Schenec tedy, N. Y., Tuesday and will be her guest for some time. Mrs. A. R. Palmer and Miss Rhia Pal mer have returned from Boston, where they have been visiting friends and rela tives for several weeks. Mrs. W. F. Hargrave, who has been visiting her parents and friends in Well ington, returned to her home in Wash' ington, D. C, Friday last. Clarence Ledyard of company A, fifth regiment, 0. V. I. is spending some time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ledyard. Clarence was accompanied from Lorain by H. R. Hicks, who spent a couple of days as his guest, both boys are home on a 30 day furlough. Wlcrht. Xr. Rnnu ara hat.iar nrannrari than ever to supply your wants in spectacles. AN ORDINANCE. An ordinance to prohibit the use of the waters In water works reservoir, or of auj water flowing throuirh the water pipes there from, or opening or turning on the water at an; hydrant or outlet conneotea witn the village water worKS, except in case oi nre. Be It ordained by the Council of the Incor. nnrated Village of Wellington. Ohio, that Section 1. Whoever, without permission of thn nroppr authorities, makes use of the waters In the water works reservoir, or of any water flowing through the water pipes loading therefrom, or opens or turns on the water at any hydrant or outlet connected with the vil lage water works, except tn cases of tire, or Interferes in any manner therewith, or hav ing obtained suon permission, neglects to close up In a reasonable time any hydrant or nutlet so onened bv him. or who makes un reasonable or Improper use of such waters, or uses the same tor any purpose other than that for which permission was given, shall be Aned not more than ten dollars, In the discretion of the Mnvor. or other Droner oflloer. Hecitou 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be In force from and after its passage ana legal publication. Passed, October 3rd, 1898. . V A. CHAPMAN. HKO. L. COrClt. Clerk. Mayor, WANTED SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY nannnl In fthlMBr.ut.il tn muniurA our bus iness (a their own and nearby counties. It la mainly office work conducted at borne. Qatar t.rnlaht CtaMl VA&r fttlri AvnenSei I aennite, pounnae, no more, no less tmiuj, I Unnlhll t7IL HulAHIIUl. HnfllrMM ICll-ld' I drssted sUmped envelop, Herbert 1, HeM, Ladies' Tan, Cloth Lace Stay, $3.00 grade, F 9 f S O C I E T Y 0 ANd" "p ERS O NAL " j 3oooooomoooa6aaoQoaoooo66A if resin utpu mi tiMioaie. J. S. MALLORY & CO. Wish to announce ING Of French, German and English Wo. Dress Goods. A greater variety of colors nd weaves this season than ever l.el'.re. Of Household Linens, CurtniriH, Matting and Up holstering Goods. Many atlrae.tive p.itt.-rns, Of Ladies' Capes, plain and - - med and ilain, Jackets, Skirts, trimmed and K ft 1T1 Afiaa.au on x "j-j uu Cloaks. Of Fine Collarettes and Boas, many different styles and furs. If you are in need of any thing in these lines come now when the sizes and patterns are complete. J. S. Mallory & Co. DO NOT But come at once to our have for you in footwear. This is an opportunity you your BOOTS and SHOES for This stock must be sold low prices. Benedict Have you seen the new line of Ladies' Wrappers None better in material, fit or finish. The latest collars, 8c. Don't pay Hie elsewhere. Knit Underwear. The quantity we sell and the satis faction they give is conclusive that we have the right thing at the right price. For fall and winter we show a complete assortment at even lower prices than last season. Hosiery. Here is another money saver. Fast black seamless hose 8c. For 12 and 13 cents we are showing regular 25c values. Children's hose same proportion, Wellington Novelty Store. Melons on Ice. The best place to buy mel ons and fruit of any kind. 12 BARS OF ARK SOAP for ' 25 CENTS. And a larere bar of of toilet soap for 5 cents. We handle the best on tne marKet. jJTean fftkes and crackers of all kinds. Try our home-made bread, the largest loaf of the best bread on tne marjcet. wr.i. CROGIEB. their early FALL OPEN. rough iroods. fur-trim- -v I tHliilI vyiiuviicu a o acne lo auU. HESITATE store and see the bargains we should improve and purchase Fall and Winter. by January 1, 1899, hence these Shoe Co. DURLING & BLIGH, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Hard and Soft Goal Coke, Blossburg Smithing Coal. WOOD, $1.50 CORD. Best of Accomodations at the lOct. Barn. TELEPHONE 71. EAST ALAIN 8T. E. L. BENEDICT Sucoeasor to 0. E. SuTLirr. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hard and Soft Goal Coke and Wood Draying and Moving of house hold goods or pianos and teaming of all kinds promptly attended to. Price and quality guaranteed on all coal orders. Balled Hay and Straw sold and deliv ered. ' Offlo. Phona 48. Offloa Wat Mala Street Resident phone 88. E. L. BENEDICT A A aa AA A X