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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPKISE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1898.
Tuesday Morning to Saturday Closing October 21, 22, 23 a Chance to Save Money. We have found in our stock a number of pairs of high priced Shoes that are a little out of style, or we only have a few pairs of the lot left. They are all good, wearing ooils, but we wish to close them out. mi ( Children's Dongola Button, sizes 6 to 10$, mm. . k r-a . 1 mi a m Misses Strap bllppers and UxlordS, Sizes 11 to 1, t Ladies' Black. and Tan Oxfords, sizes 2$ to 4$. Ladies Black and Tan Shoes, Button and A glanc3 at the Shoes will " - .1 f 11 1 some 01 tnem. A lull line 01 Club dance at the opera house Friday. Cuyahoga Falls will vote upon an is sue of $60,000 (or patting in waterworks system. Excursion to Columbus, Sunday, Oct. 23. Train leaves here 8:50 a. m. $1.00 round trip. . v Word was received Monday morning that Chauncey Armstrong was very sick at his home their. Quite a number of the foot ball enthus- iastics took in the Delaware-UDemn game at Oberltn Saturday. Mr. R. C. Horr's fast mare won second in a closely contested race at the Valley track, Cleveland, in Friday's race. We have secured a correspondent at LaGrange, who will furnish each week a letter giving all the news in that vi cinity. The semi-annual meeting of Medina, conference of the Congregational church will be held at Chatham Congregational church today and tomorrow. Sullivan is having a number of cases of scarlet fever. The primary grade in the schools are closed as many of the scholars have been exposed. Nearly twenty couple ' attended the dance at the town hall, Friday evening Good music and and a happy crowd always make an enjoyable time. The annual meeting of the Ohio State Non-Partisan W. C. T. U., will be held in Oberlin, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, October, 25, 26, and 27. Over 50 owners of farms in Busia township have published a notice to stres- J L1.J.J1 , tm l,im. passers, luruiuuiim yeisuuo num. uuur 1 - 1 141 nrnmlnnlnfl lug oil preuiiHea wituuun pciiuitxuvu from the owners. The fall races of the Elyria Driving fllnh hava hoon rtoelnrnil nff. Thft clllh had a large number of conditional ea teries, but the cold weather this week, was to much for the horses, and many have been sent home. We want a correspondent in each of the following towns who will send us reeularly a weekly news letter of the tmnneninam in their vicinity: Clarks- field, Chatham, Grafton, Lodi, Fenneld, 1'" o- - and Litchfield. Write for terms; The ladies of the W. C. T. U., will give a war social at the residence of Mrs. K. L. French on Maygar street Wednesday evening, October 26th. Hard-tack and coffee will be served and war songs eung. The feast will cost you the modest sum of ten cents. Everyone welcome. The docket for for the October term of .Common Pleas Court shows a total of 226 cases (ote adjudicated. Of these 76 are for money only and 58 for divorces Foreclosure and sale of real estate is sought in 19 cases and the remaining 63 cases are for equitable relief. This is a remarkably large number of divorce cases, more than any former docket in this court, has shown. Dn account of the serious illness of Mrs. Weaver. Congressman Weaver could not be here last night to keep his ap pointment and Mr. Woodmansee, 01 un cinnatl was sent here in his place. The train arrived here too late last night, consequently we missed one of the speeches we may have this fay, as Mr. facta Mia rpnutntinn of bailiff TT UVU1UUUDVW uww vmv mm a most eloquent speaker. ' T W nnnrimln thn nil! And Tollable insurance agen has returned from his western triD and may now be found in his office on West Main street, where he will be pleased to see all his old custom . era, and as many new ones as will favor him with their patronage, insurance, dnedR. wills, contracts and other docu ments written at moderate prices. See him before placing such business else where. One Minute Couch f ire surprises peo ple by ito quick cures and children may take it in .large quantities without the least danger. It has won for , itself the host roDutatlon of any preparation used to-day for colds, croup, tickling in the 'throat, or obstinate coughs. J. W, Hough We have divided them into three lots: jt 4:7c, G3c, 70c, 47c. 47C Dongola Hand Turn, convince you that we are almost r IT 1 T X . T7I- . A 1 - up-io-uaie rootwear always in Mrs. I. L. Comstock. I Cornelia M. .daughter of Alvin and Mary Crowl, was born in Salem, Washington County, N. Y. in 1842. . In 1873 the father and two daughters made their home in Wellington, Ohio, where Mr. Crowl died some years later; and in 1378 Miss Crowl became Mrs. Comstock. Upon her marriage she entered into grave responsibilities, assuming trie relations of motherhood in a family of six children. That she performed her duties with marked fidelity and eminent success, winning their love and com manding their gratitude and respect is well known. Her activities, were chiefly in her home, neighborhood and among immedi ate friends, and in this sacred sphere she was untiring, efficient and greatly be loved, winning only words of commenda tion and high regard. Amiable and attractive she will be missed and mourned by a large circle outside her home and family. In early life she united with the Meth odist Episcopal church continuing in that relation to her death. Her transi tion to the' life beyond was without premonition. In the morning hours of October 2nd, she was in her usual health, and with her daughter, Mrs. Stewart, who had come for a visit the day before, was cheerfully engaged in house-hold duties. There was an hour of illness without alarm, another in which she lapsed into unconsciousness and ceased to live. A blood vessel had been rup tured, and there was no help. It was a singular co-incidence that within four months proceeding her death, a brother and a sister of hers had also died of apoplexy. The funeral, was held at the home In the afternoon of October 4th, conducted by her pastor Rev. R. L. Wag goner, the house being open to friends from 10 to 12. Those in attendance at the funeral from out of town were a sister, Mrs. M. 0. Stroup and daughter, Gypsie, LaGrange, Ind., a nephew E. Stroup, Oberlin; a son, Wm. Comstock, Sturgis, Mich; and the daughters Mrs. A. J. Stewart, Cleveland, and Mrs. Edith Vair, Ravenna. The son in New York had recently visited his parents, but could not be here, at the sad obsequies Mr. I. L. Comstock and family and Mrs. M. 0. Stroup desire through this medium to thank neighbors and friends for kindness and sympathy, and also the Grange and the, Lilywood Lodge for beautiful floral offerings, all of which were appreciated by the bereaved. Council Meeting. Council met Monday evening with all members present except C. Sage and R. T. Spicer. No business of importance was transacted, aside from the making out of the following checks: Ft. Wayne Electrical Co $1935 45 B. J. Ashley, engineer, 384 00 Arbuckle-Ryan Co 850 00 The electric light plant and the dis tributing system of the water-works have been accepted by the council. Electrlo Light and Waterworks, The stand-pipe will be completed this week. Two tests have been made and the third and probably final one wilL be made Thursday or Friday, when the stand-pipe will be filled and hose attach ed to one of the hydrants in the square, for the purpose of seeing what sort of a stream can be got from it. The electrlo lights are running very satisfactory. None of the residences or business houses have been connected, as the transformers have not yet arrived. The street lights are run from 5:30 to 12:00 p. m. now. Captain Francis M. Thomas of Dayton, O.; spent Monday with one of his old comrads and Color Sergeant of the 103d, regiment, 0. V. I., Mr. T. Metzger. It was the first time they had met in thirty- three years, and a most enjoyable day was spent together. They drove to Litchfield to call upon another of the boys, Ser geant Chas. Hammond. Furnished Rooms. ' Two furnished rooms for rent on Tay lor street. Call on Saturday. 43 ' Mrs. Ella June. For Bent. A house on Cortland avenue. Inquire of Dr. J. W. Smith. tf. Wanning and Ironing. Washing and ironing done to order, Inquire of lira. Jennie Fairfield. 2t41 For Sale. - Coal stove, base burner, in good order. Enquire of Dr. Holbrooki Misses' Fine Doneola Button, sizes Misses' Fine Dongola Lace, sizes Misses' Fine Dongola Button, heavy, sizes 1 to iW. ..... sizes 2$ to 6, narrow, 7Qo giving them away, for the biock. , SERAGE, The Shoe Man. EPooooteoW9mooo' :ty and personal, j Mrs. J. P. Wood of Courtland, avenue has been very sick. Mr. E. P. Whitney was home from Cleveland, Sunday. Miss Vileda Lowry returned to her home in Oberliu Saturday. Mr. W. H. Kirk left Friday tor Chic ago, 111., on a business trip. 1 Mr. H. M. Horr was the guest of his brothers in Cleveland Sunday. Mrs. R. C. Bennett has returned from a visit to her parents in Cleveland. Mr. F. B. Mason, of Chicago, 111., was the guest of friends in town. Satnrday. Mrs. W. M. Bennett, of Cleveland, 0., was the guest of Mrs. Ella June over Sunday. Mr. Frank Crandall, of Toledo, was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Crandall of Cortland avenue. Mr. L. G. Stemple returned from Charrollton, today, where he has been the guest of friends. Mrs. P. S. Brink of Wellington is vis iting Mrs. W. 8. Andrews this week. Greenwich Enterprise. Miss Edith Craddock of Brunswick, O., spent a couple of days last week with her cousin, Mrs. A. G. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Houghton have been spending a fortnight with their son's family in Columbus. Mrs. Mary McCIallen, Mr. and Mrs. P. Shepherd au.l family were calling on Mrs. E. C. Duruud in Obeiliu Sunday. Mrs. Carl Rust starts tomorrow eve ning for Connecticut, where she will spend a couple of weeks among friends and relatives. Mr. H. B. Crandall, of the 10th. regi ment, 0. V. I., left for Camp Mead, Pa., Monday. His regiment expects to do garrison duty in Cuba. Edward L. Hussey, of Battery E, 6th, U. S. Siege Artillery, who has been home on a ten days furlough, returned to Wash ington, D. C, Monday. Mr. Percy Townsend of Bloomfield, N. J., arrived in town last Saturday, noon and visited relatives and friends, returning to his home Monday. Mrs. Watson, Mrs. W. Pearsons and Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Hobbs, of Oberlin, came over Monday afternoon to visit the art studio of Miss Laura Tissot. Mrs. M. J. Waggoner, and Miss Anna Waggoner, of Ashland, and Mr. H. E. Sheets, of Shelby, were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. Waggoner over Sunday, Mr.R. N. Goodwin returned Wendes day night from a trip to Iowa. His brother, William, who has keen sick for nearly a year, was somewhat improved when Mr. Goodwin left. Miss Besse Hall returned Friday from Delaware. She has been attending the Ohio Wesleyan University at that place, but on account of ill health had to np her studies for the present. Mr. R. Craddock is visiting his sister, Mary, in Stanhope, Iowa., who has not seen him for 40 years. He was accom panied by his youngest sister, Mrs. Dan iel Johnson, of North Royalton, 0. Silas Sanford and wife of Lodi, Mrs. Henry Essig of Chatham and Mrs. Lowe of Wellington, who have been the guests of D. W. Sanford and family, have re- turvedto their homes Lorain Times, Oct. 12. Mr. Geo. A. Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Mason of this place has been recently appointed assistant gen eral sales agent of the American Steel and Wire Co., with headquarters in Chicago. S. J. McDermott, private stenographer for F. S. Miller the general manager of the Grafton Stone Company, has resign' ed his position here to accept a similar one at Vermillion, South Dakota. He leaves for his new field of labor this week Grafton News. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Allyn left Mon day morning for San Diego, Cal., where they will stay, until spring. Mr. and Mrs. John Hockensmlth, of Huntington, will occupy the Allyn home on North Main street after December 1, until the return of Mr. and Mrs. Allyn. Mr. Wm. N. Welsher, of Mt. Ayer, Iowa, was in town the early part of the week. He will be remembered by many of our older citizens, as he lived in Rochester at the time of the breaking out of the civil war He was a member of Edgerton's battery. This is the first time he has been In Wellington for 40 yw, - 63c Ladies' 13 to . Lace, sizes 2 to 4$. price is not one-half the cost of Mr. A. D. Eglin and family, of Berea. visited his parents Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mary Stroup and Mrs. Milo StrouD returned to their home in LaGrange, ind., on Thursday of this week. Mrs. C. C. Ambler and Mrs. M. E. Davis, of Cleveland, were guests of their orotner, John Eglin and family last Week. Mrs. Geo. C. VanCIeef. of SDrinirfleld. 0 is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. VanCIeef. Mr. VanCIeef spent Dart of Saturday aud Sunday here, Mrs. G. H. Bailey returned Monday evening from western Michigan, where she has been visiting forjtwo weeks. she was accompanied home by her son, George. 44 SCHOOL NOTES. Conducted by R. U. Kinnlson, It is always encouraging to teachers to have parents show an interest in the work of the schools, even In a general way, but especially to have them show a personal interest in the school work of their own children. We are always glad of their visits to the school rooms. But may we be permitted a word of caution in the direction of home help given to the pupils. Some parents, and sometimes older brothers and sisters, are over indulgent in the assistance given the children. The caution is to let the help be suggestive rather than direct. It weakens the child's mental grasp to work the problem for him, whether it be by the teacher or the parent. As a rule he sees the answer only, aud not the reasoning. He remembers the figures, the quotients, products or differences long; enough to produce the work at school, but a little investigation on the part of the skillful teacher shows that the child does not understand the prob lem. The better help to give the child Is to suggest this or that operation because of the condition of the problem, in the meantime letting the pupil do the work, What is needed is wise guidance, or even wise leading, but never unwise carrying, The average boy while being carried over, or through a problem, is mentally passive, save an exercise of memory, He many times even carries the work to school as his own, knowing that some one else did the work. This is not only apparent in the arith metic work, but in the composition work, However well a parent or some kind home friend may compose, they are not under the direction or guidance of the teachers. ' We are trying to teach your children, This unwise help is mistaken kindness and is Injurious to the childs mental de- velopement, the more so as the child advances In the schools. The eighth or tenth year work, implies former discipline in the lower grades on the part of the child, and not on the part of some one else. Help the little ones by good, rational suggestions, , but please don't work the problems for them, or permit them to copy what has been written or partly written by older and wiser persons. It weakens the children both mentally and morally, and they should grow strong both in mind and morals. The October meeting of the North Eastern Ohio Teachers' Association will be held next Saturday at Akron. The following Is the program: 10 o'clock A. M. Prayer, ' Rev. Ira A. Priest, President Buchtel College. Music. Greeting, Supt. R. S. Thomas, Akron A Lesson In Nature Study, Miss Elizabeth E. Perry, Principal Akron Training School. The Reading Circle as an Educational Factor, Supt. E. A. Jones, Mas- sillon. Music. Topio for general discussion; Shall Cleve land "corner" the future meetings of this Association? Leaders: Supt. H. M. Parker, Elyria; Supt. D. F. Grier, Cortland. 1 o'clock P. M. Music. The "Practical" in Education, Supt C. E. Carey, Warren. Music. Literature in our Schools, 8npt W. S. Robinson, Ashland. . Music The Influence of Ideals in Education Supt. L H. Jones, Cleveland. R, H. Klnnlaon, Wellington, President W, H. Kltk, Eatt CUriland, feerrtary 11 to a. ) Mallory Co 1 fLOAK DEPARTMENT Friday and Saturday, October 21st and 22d, We will have on display the newest productions In Jackets, Capes, Skirts and Fine Collarettes. To make It worth your while to visit us we will offer THREE SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR THREE DAYS ONLY: FIRST: A Fine Black Brocaded Skirt, well lined and tT K faced with Corduroy, value $ j.35, for pLZj SECOND A Black Mohair Skirt, regular $3.50 (t aa i"ty. IpZ.UU TA1RD A Beautiful Beaver Jacket, one of the new- jNr est things this season P3(0 a a 4 mm mm mt mmm NOTICE. These price are made for Friday will not be duplicated this season. J. S. MALLORY & CO. .;""""!::::::::::::!" ::stttttttttst:!!t tiit? tistttxststss SHOES! Our stock is decreasing every day, but the assortment of sizes is good yet. To those who have not purchased their Fall and Winter Footwear we say, Call at once, before stock and sizes are entirely broken. Remember this is a bonafide closing out sale, and the goods must be sojd. Benedict Shoe Co. CLEVELAND SCHOOL of MUSIC. Leading School ot study of Piano, Voice, Organ, Violin, Harmony, musical History, Ensemble Playing, Harp, Mandolin, Ouitar. Out-of-town dudIU can arranee for soeclal lesson hours. Splendid equipment. Eighteen eminent Instructors. (Send for catalogue.) Mr. and Mrs, J. h. Hall, formerly of the Ober lin Conservatory, are now connected with the school. Address, 701 The Arcade, Cleve land, O., Alfred Arthur, Director. WELLINGTON MARKETS. Corrected every Wednesday morning. Paying-. Hav Dei ton 6 00 Clover seed per bu 3 00 & 4 80 Corn In ear, 70 lbs 25 Corn shelled, 56 lbs . 86 Oats per bu 18 20 Kye per du Naw Wheat per bu 65 Butter, dairy, per ft 17 Butter, creamery, id u Eggsperdoi J6 Honey" lb 16 Lard " lb 6-7 Potatoes per bu w Selling. Flour per sack of 19!bs 1 00 Corn Meal per cwt W Chop u " 90 Middlings " " 80 Bran " " -v , Oil Meal " 135 CHEESE MARKET. Billing Prices-Monday's Sales. Ohio State Flats .. 8Hc " Family c Creamery Butter . 25o TIME TABLES. W. ft I E. In Effect Sunday August 28th, 1896. WIST. Train No. 4 Dally 10: a. m " o lauy except Duuuay.. o:ou v n AST. Train Ko.l Dally exceptSunday. .'10:05 a. m i a i)ny ;m y. " BIO FOUR. WIST. 19 Col. Cln. Ind. 4 8 1. L imn 85 Dally St. L. Ex :S4 p. m r Col. Ex 6:34 p. m 37 Dally Col. A Cln. Ex..... 10:00 p. m 51 Local rreignt vjtu a. m J5 Wellington Ex. Sunday Only 90a.m AST. 18 Dally Col. 4 Cln. Ex 5 :06 a. m 15 Gallon Ex 8:11 a. m 86 Dally Col. Ind. A St L. Ex lffip.ii 14 Wellington Ex 4 :65 p. m 1 Dally Col. Cln. & Ind. Ex. 8:10 p. m 59 Local Freight 624 p. m TIT ANTED SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY v I persons in mis scale to manage our bus iness In their own and nearby eountles. It Is malnlv office work conducted at horn. Salary straight $00 a year and expenses aenmie, oonanae, no more, no teas salary. Monthly 175. Rsferenaea. Knalmie anlf-iA. I irti tamped Envelope, Herbert X, Meet, f nsfH mitfmt sat vuiwce f mm :: .. mm .. mm mm & mm mm mm mm mm- il- mm :::: mm, mm . mm mm mm, mm, - mm mm mm s . and Saturday-Opening Days-and a U ttsssttttts SHOES!! A complete Stock of Builders' Hardware, Whitehead, Mixed & DryJPaints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Etc., at RANSOM & WILBUR'S. Notice. The State of Ohio 1 In the Court of Margaret L. Hovls Plaintiff f Petition vs. for Jackson B. Hovls, Defendent. 1 Divorce. - Hiauo vi resilience is unknown, will take notice that on the 6th, wieaDove named plaintiff filled her petition In the Court of Common Pleas In and for the County of Lorain and the HtutA nt Ohln. ncral nat mat .. !0F.tJf.h,er m?rrl8e to Mid defendant, the folrnffiil hAPMHn HMjfeA M f.H . A - riuTO m nor maruai amies toward said defendant, and averrinir thn dMfnnrinnt'a willful .h.Qn.A T ,.,' .? V' more than three years last past, and there- uyuu K;n,ii,,iof. uivorce irom said defend ant and for all other proper equitable relief. KuM iiaiiaa will ha " i m . same can be heard thereafter. ft. u. jonnson and F. M. Btevens. Attorneys for Plaintiff. JUST RECEIVED , A Fresh Stock of buckwheat plour. Pan Cake Flour and Rolled Oats. Try our fresh stock of Canned Coods, Morning Dew Corn, Peas, Tomatoes and Pumpkins. Call for prices. WM.; CRQCIES1.