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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1898.
THE VYillams & Rodders CO. G:ou3, Notions, lllnery, (Ms, Carpets,- Furniture ' tnd H80S8 Furnlshins- CLEVELAND, O. Hake this Store your IJocte while in Cleveland, Let us take care of your Luggage and Parcels. Ladies' toilet rooms. Lunch at all hours, and H conveniences, whether you buy or not. We buy our goods lower than other houses because we pay Cash and ask no Credit. zoc yra. ior an wooi uress Goods, 40 in. wide. '1 Ov r4 4Va HrtnAn X r ri A rc 85c goods. ovz yra. ior an wool serges, . 5c goods, 68c vrd. for 64 Camels Hair and Covert Cloth, $1.00 goods. 75c vrd. fine Crepons and other imported lines, $1.25 goods. All other goods equally cheap. An importers' line of Silks foi Dresses and Waists at wholesale prices. Everything in Notions, Under- wear and Hosiery. Special low prices on Linens of every kind. Fine yard wide Cotton, 334c yd Fine Bleached Cotton, 4Uc yd Fine Cream Shaker Flannel, 3c yd. Fine Fancy Flannelette, 5c yd Just think, a pair of Blankets ior 5c. Ladies' Flannel Skirts 19c Other goods just as cheap. Millinery, Cloaks, etc., at wnoiesaie prices. Good Cedar Pails. 19c 35c quality. Many things in Crockery at less than manufacturers' prices. 3 Knives Bread, Cake, Paring AH tor I5C. Good Tumblers, 2c each. Cups and Saucers, 10c each. We sell Carpets, Furniture and all House Furnish ings cheaper than any house in Cleveland. All under one roof. Hail orders quickly attended to. "WILLIAMS&RODGIRS to. Superior & Seneca, CLEVELAND, O. ilMAiS TIME TABLES. W, t L I, . In Effect Sunday August 28th, 1898. ' WMT. Train No. 4 Dally 10:25 a. m " 6 Dally except Sunday-. 0:30 p. m BART. Train No. 1 Dally except Sunday. . 10:05 a. m " s Daily 4:iu p. m BIO FOCR. WEST. 19-Col. Cln. Ind. A 8t. L 8 :S4 a. m 5 Dally St. L. Ex 9 :24 p. m V Vol Ex 5:34 p. m 37 Dally Col. & Clu. Ex 10:00 p. m 51-Loeal Freight 9-r0 a. m S5 Wellington Kx. Sunday Only 9:S)a.in BAST. 18 Dally Col. A Cin. Kx 5:06 a. m iG Gallon Ex '. 8:11 a. m 36 Dully CoL Ind. A St. L. Ex l:p.m H Wellington Ex 4 :55 p. m t -Dally Col. Cln. A Ind. Ex. 8:19 p. m 62 Local Freight 6:24 p. m WELLINGTON MARKETS. Corrected every Wednesday morning. Faying;. Hav tr ton 6 00 Clover seed per bu 3 00 4 80 Corn in ear " " 36 Corn shelled, 56 tbs . Oats per bu... Kve per du New Wheat per bn Batter, dairy, per rb Butter, creamery, lb Eggs per dox Honey" 1 .... Lard " ft Potatoes per bu Selling. Flour per sack of 491bs . Corn Meal per cwt Chop " 1 05 90 90 HO 70 135 Middlings - - Bran " " Oil Meal " " CHEESE MARKET. Billing Prices-Monday's Sales. ntiln Statu Flats W Family 8HC 200 Creamery Butter CORRESPONDENCE BRIGHTON. The srranee held its exhibition in the free and open air and under the canopy of the heaven Tuesday night, September 27. at the residence of B. B. Squire. The display was a very creditable one and would put to shame most of the. local fairs, and in some things was ahead or the county fair. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spring, of Paulrt- inir. 0. and Mr. and Mrs. Hoover, of New London, spent Tuesday at WiU Love- land's. The Ladies society will meet with Mrs. Edith Howk Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 12th. Will Whipple, of Detroit, was in town a few days last week. As Mrs. Hazel was coming from Well ington last Thursday she met a two leeeed hoe with a load of four legged hogs, she was crowded Into the ditch and the wagon wheels locked her buggy wheels and her horse became frightened and ran away, Mrs. Hozel was pulled out of the buggy over the dash board out fortunately was not hurt, but the buggy was demolished. JoeYocum and Ed. McGee left for Missouri on Monday of this week where they will work in a saw mill. Mrs. Marie Griggs, of Wellington spent several days visiting friends and rela tives here. David Day is suffering from another attack of amemlicitis. Melvin Gunn is Improving and Is able to ride out. Mrs. Leslie Lawrence and little son of Tabor, Iowa, are visiting relatives and friends here. The vonnor neorjle had a carty at Mrs. Kaufman's last Friday night; it was a surprise on her daughter, Blanch. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McConneii speni last Friday at Rev. L. McConnell's. Mr. McConneii was chaplain of the fifth reg- imant and will return to his churcn ai Civile. Several from here attended the runerai services of Roswell Hardy, of Ktpton, Snndav. Will Hartman and daughter May, or New London, were calling on friends hnr Snnrlav. Mr. and Mrs. FredBetts, of Pittsfleia, j spent Sunday at H. Mill's. The school teachers of Brighton town- shin held a teachers' meeting at the home of Alex McCoy last Thursday night. Mrs. Furlong of Cleveland Is visit ing at Mr. Hardy's. 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 DeWltt'&v don't accept counterfeits or frauds. You will not be disappointed with DeWitt's Witch-hazel Salve. J. W. Houghton. HUNTINGTON- Charles Burrell spent Monday night with his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bur rell. J. B. Thomas was in Cleveland Sun day. George McQnate, Sr. and family, John McQuate and family, Tom Smith and family were in Ashland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Rogers of Jack son, Mich., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers. Frank McClellan and family of New London visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McClellan Sunday. Walter Handley and family,, of Well ington, visited his parents Mr and Mrs, James Handley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee of West Salem visited J. V. Phelon's family last Mon day. Walter Hull of Medina is at his fath er's, Mr. David Hull. Rev. Eneal remains with us another year. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey were In Rochester Sunday. Mrs. Low of Wellington spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eugeue Bliss. Bert Bailey, two daughters and moth er, of Rochester, visited Wm. Bailey's f trolly Sunday. Miss Ollie Jones was home over Sun day. Yellow Jaundice Cured. Suffering humanity should be supplied with every means possible for its relief It is with pleasure we publish the follow ing: "This is to certify that I was a ter rible sufferer from yellow jaundice for over six months, and was treated by some of the best physicians in our city, and all to no avail. Dr. BeU, our druggist rec ommended Electric Bitters, and after taking two bottles, I was entirely cured. I now take great pleasure in recommend ing them to any person suffering with this terrible malady. I am, gratefully yours, M. A. Hogarity, Lexington, Ky." BAKER'S CROSSING. Quite a number of our people attend ed the party at Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Knapp's in Sullivan, Saturday evening, In honor of their eleventh anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Beckiey left Mon day for Bay City, Mich. , Mrs. M. J. Beckiey and Mrs. E. L. An drews visited Mrs. Stella McClellan in New London, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Wheeler, of Minn., visited his brother, Mr. Jackson Wheeler and family recently. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wilcox were guests of Howard Sheffield and wife in Pltts- fleld Thursday. Dr. Albert Rowland has returned to the medical college at Ann Arbor, Mich. Jim Hazel, Jr. Is In Tippecanoe at work. Mrs. E. L. Andrews and Lucy B. An drews visited Mrs. Jennie Sponslor in Nova, Thursday. Mrs. C. R. Winemiller was called to Rochester Friday by the illness of her mother. HenTy Laborie has been having his hay baled the past week. Miss Lucy Andrews visited Miss Nell Murray in Rochester recently. Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Williams and little son of LeRoy, 0. spent Sunday with E. W. Williams and family. R. C. Adams and family of Wellington spent Sunday with E. L. Wilcox and wife. Headache for Forty Years. For forty years I suffered with Bick headache. About a year ago, I began us ing Celery King. The result was grati fying and surprising, my headaches leav ing at once. The headaches used to re turn every seventh day, but, thanks to Celery King, I have had but one headache in the last eleven months. I know what has cured me will help others. Mrs. J. D. Van Keuren, Saugerties, N. Y. Celery King for the nerves, stomach, liver, and kidneys is sold in 50c and 25c packages by E. W. Adams, Wellington, and Fire stone & Sweet, Spencer. SULLIVAN. Mrs. Agnes Shaver and son from Mich igan, and her daughter, Mrs. Boyles and son are visiting J. C. Palmer. J. A. Findley preached at North Brand last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John 8hriver from South Clear Creek, visited Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Frink last week. Clem Warring has returned home for a short visit. Our new saw-mill is now under course of construction east of the creamery and will soon be completed. Miss Ethel JSmlth was thrown from her wheel and injured quite severely. Claud Osterholt took a header while riding at high speed. He bruised his face so he looks as though he had been a participant in a Corbett-Fitzsimmons affair. Ad Spinkle has boen visiting his rela tives and friends the past week. Elmer Bidinger has improved so much since his return from Camp Wickoff that he is able to go hunting. Frank French is going to move into the Ashley Parmley house and follow teaming for his chosen vocation. Stanley Rice has improved the appear ance of his home with a new coat of paint. Emory Piper leads the nation in the art of squash culture. He raised a squash which weighed 57 pounns. It was 34 Inches long and 42 inehes in cir cumference. The slaters and plumbers are through with Mr. Ben Deimis' new house and now he has one of the finest residences in Sullivan. It is modern and up-to- date in every respect. Mr. M. A. Glssinger is slating John Foster's new house in the extreme east part of Sullivan this week. .-.Carl Ballou expects to raise his new 60x40 barn to-day. Millions Given Away. It is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering. The proprietors ofDr, King's New Discovery for consumption, colds and coughs, have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine, and have the satisfaction of knowing that it has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases. Asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness, and all diseases of the chest, throat and lungs are surely cured by it. Call on W. F. Near & Co., druggists, and get a trial bottle, free, Regular size 60c and $1. Every bottle guaranteed, or price refunded. . PITTSFIELD. Miss Julia Kramer Is visiting friends In Pittsfleld. . ; James Ward and wife of Clarksfleld spent Saturday and Sunday in Pitts fleld. .,, The L. 0. T. If. social held at Richard Gibbons on the 27th was a success both financial and social. ' ' Mary Friend was serving Friday and Saturday at Mrs. James Meridith's. Sunday the 2nd Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Twerrel entertained James Ward and wife of Clarksfleld, Charles Pickwoth and family, Julia Kramer of Spencer, J. R. Ward, wife and fon Thedore. Reubin Wight visited at his nelce's, Mrs. Burt Ward's last Tuesday. The L. 0. T, M. will hold a social at W. H. TwerrePs, Oct. 13, every body In vited, ROCHESTER. Mr. A. Squires and family of Cleveland, is visiting at Mr, A. Calley's. Mr. Charles Ashcraft, spent a few days in Cleveland and vicinity last week. The Christian Endeavor of the M. E. church have secured Mr. M. Goss to lec ture Sunday night, October Oth. Topic, "What are you living for.". Everyone come. Mrs.E.Scovel after a short illness, died at her home Sunday morning a 3 o'clock. Funeral services at the M. E. church Tuesday, at 1 p. m. The Harmonial Society of the M. E. church met with Mrs. George Rolf, Fri day, October 7th. All cordially Invited. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist church met with Mrs. Darwin Stocking, Thursday, October 13th. A delightful event occurred here last Wednesday evening. It was a surprise party, given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. P. Kellogg, at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Pond, on East Main street. The evening was spent In social enjoyment. An elegant lunch was served and Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg ren dered a number of piano recitions. A fine rocker was presented them, and altogether the occasion was one which brought forth gratitude from the assem bled guests in favor of Mr. and Mrs. Kel logg, who will always be remembered by their many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg will leave soon for Nor walk, 0., where they will make their future home. You invite disappointment when yon experiment. DeWitt's Little Early Ris ers are pleasant, easy, thorough little pills. They cure constipation and sick headache just as sure as you take them. J. W. Houghton. CAMDEN. Died, September 30th, at his home, Roswell Hardy, aged 79 years. The funeral was held Sunday, conducted by Rev. Phelps and attended by a concourse of friends and relatives, He leaves a wife, one son, two daughters and three grand-children to mourn their loss. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sheffield have moved to Lorain. Roy has a position in the steel plant. Ora Syliffe, of Co. I, fifth regiment, has been confined to the hospital at Fort Thomas, Kentucky, with typhoid fever for the past three weeks. Ruben Calkins is in Huntington, mak ing some repairs on his barns. Mrs. Sarah Whitney, of Henrietta, spent the last two weeks with Mrs. Cook and her daughters. The Ladies Society connected with the Baptist church were entertained last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Will Betts to welcome home Mrs. Latterman, after an absence of three months. Born, September 30th, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reynolds, a son. A stubborn cough or tickling In the throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure. Harmless In effect, touches the right spot, reliable and just what Is wanted. It acts at once. J. W. Houghton. REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. At Wellington. In the Bute of Ohio, at the close Of business, September 20, 1899. BE80URCES. Loans and discounts, 1178.084 20 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 248 87 U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation " 50,0U)C0 Stocks, securities, etc, 8,(75 00 Banking-house, furniture, and fixtures... 8,0(10 00 Other real estate and mortgages owned. ,. 8, 500 00 Internal Revenue Stamp 170 00 Due from approved reserve agents 28,704 18 Checks and other cash Items 48 62 Notes of other national banks 228 00 Fractional papercurroncy, nickels and cts. 82 00 Lawful monit nasaava in bahk, viz: Specie $8,805 25 Legal-tender notes 2,764 00 11,568 25 Redemption fund with V. S. Treasurer, ( 5 per centof circulation) 2,250 00 ToUl lt,0)l 43 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid la.... , 1100,000 00 Surplus Fund .'. 5,750 00 Undivided profits, leu expenses and taxes paid 2,788 88 M atlonal Bank notes outstanding 45, 000 00 Due to other National Banks 1, 549 65 Due to State Banks and Bankers 858 98 Individual deposits subject to oheok .... 185,200 at Demand certificates of deposit 1.B84 48 Total 113,041 48 State of Ohio, Oountyof Lorain, n: L Cbas.T. Jamisbos, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly i wear that the above statement la true to the best of my knowledge and belief. CIIAS. T. JAU1ESON, Cashier. Subscribed ahd sworn to before me this 27th day of September 1888. E. A. Va Cuir, Notary Public Conaaor Attest: 8. 8. Warner, 1 W. Cushion, Jr. Directors. J. T. Uaskeil. i For Sale. It A few head of Pure Bred Chester White. All ages and sex. Terms reasonable. Inquire of J. N. Cowles, 2 miles north west of Wellington village. 8t38 FOLEY'S HONEY 5b TAli . ' IS THE GREAT - " THROAT and LUNG REMEDY. 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