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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1898.
CORRESPONDENCE. SULLIVAN. October 13. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Gould was held last Sunday from her late residence, one and a half miles east of Sullivan. Mrs. Lydla Rogers returned home last week from a short visit In New York. Theo. Roger's sister, Alzette and her husband, from New York, are here vis iting. Harry Clark ia sick with the scarlet fever. The house is quarantined. Mrs. Sue Warring has returned home from her long visit east Miss Gertie Hill is home for a few days visit, when she will return to her broth ers', Rev. Jesse Hill in Wakeman. L. D. Blocker, our genial druggist, has sold out his entire stock of drugs to J. B. McAdoo. J. A, Findley was called to North Branch to preach a funeral sermon. Rev. George Hill taking his place at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Gould. Waite Drown la very low with typhoid fever. Mrs. Claud Ricket is much better, the fever has left her. The L. 0. T. M., of Sullivan, will give an oyster supper, at the new Macca bee hall, Saturday evening, October 22. The ladies will furnish a good supper, besides, so those who do not love the bivalve can enjoy a complete supper, also. Price, 25 cents. The new Maccabee hall, situated over Mr. Grissinger's new hardware store is furnished completely. This supper will give all a chance to see the hive where the bees swarm. Mr. R. N. Rice is in Omaha this week, enjoying the exposition. Mrs. R. B. Harvout is in Omaha, at the exposition, in company with her stater from Dayton, and her brothers, who live near the exposition. Two more cases of scarlet fever were reported in Sullivan Saturday: Georgia Bidlnger and one of Lou Ward's children. The parents whose children are in the primary room keep their children out of school, so the school board has decided to close the schools for this week, at least, until we see how far the fever has spread. The little girl who came down with the fever Saturday night was in school in the primary room Friday. Saturday Bhe was all over town. Saturday night Dr. Webb was called for her. Grave fears are entertained that the whole town has been exposed, Mr. Grissinger is putting a slate roof on Carl Ballou's large, new barn. The convention booked for Sullivan the last of this month will probably be small because of the scarlet fever. How to Prevent Croup. We have two children who are subject to attacks of croup. Whenever an attack is coming on my wife gives them Cham' berlain's Cough Remedy and it always prevents the attack. It is a household necessity in this county and no matter what else we run out, it would not do to be without Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy. More of it is sold here than all other cough medicines combined. J. M. Nick- le, of ,Nickle Bros., merchants, Nlckle rille, Pa. For sale by W. F. Near & Co. HUNTINGTON. Mr.Gllton, of Kent, is visiting his nephew and nelce, Mr. Luther Glllett and family, Mrs. Wm. Bailey and family. Mr. Johnson is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. B. Thomas and family. Mrs. Van Barnard, of Wellington, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hicks. Quarterly meeting will be held in the Methodist Church next Saturday. Rev. Kimble will preach Saturday at 2 p.m. Mr. Loveland Leinlnger and family, of Wellington, visited Mr. David Johnson and wife Sunday. ...... Mrs. Lura Rogers spent last in Oberlln. Mr. Geo. Bradner and daughter, of Wellington, were in town Sunday. Rev. J. Frank Smith, of Ada, will preach in the Baptist church next Sun day morning and evening. Mr. A. J. Bassell left for Cleveland Sunday morning. . The memorial services of the death of Wm. Leinlnger was held in the Baptist church Sunday morning, conducted by Rev. Wlllard. There will be an oyster supper held at the M.E. church next Friday evening, Oct 21st Everyone is invited to be present, X?. Z. Stedman, left Tuesday for Oneida Castle. N. Y., where he will stay for some time. BRIGHTON. The Ladies' Society which met with Mrs. Edith Howk last Wednesday was favored with a large attendance. Mrs. Oliver Jickles, of Berlin Heights, is visiting Mrs. Wm. Jickles. Miss Ella Hardy and sister, Mrs. Leslie Laurence, of Tabor. Ia., spent a part of last week visiting friends in Cleveland. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. John Eddy, of Wellington, were glad to see them at church here last Sunday. Arthur Mills returned from Michigan, last Friday jiight ; j Fred Kenney has torn down both his old barns, and has timbers ready to raise a large new one. A Honiehold Necessity. No family should be without Foley's Colla Care, for all bowel complaint. W. fiatct&C . BAKER'S CROSSING. The Ladies' Aid Society will hold a neck-tie social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Beckley, Wednesday evening, October 26th. A cordial lnvition is ex tended to all. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rowland and son of Lodi, spent Sunday at his father's, W. Rowland. Mrs. Carson Preston, of Charlott, Mich., is the guest of relatives for a few days. Mr. Clarence Sage, of Akron, 0., is spending a few weeks with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Fisher visited Mr. and Mrs. S. Fisher, in Wellington Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Moore, of Lansing, Mich., were guests of his sister, Mrs. E. Baker, the past week. Mrs. H. B. Stevick and Mrs. L. Laborie of Wellington, and Miss Lettie Soules, of LaGrange, called at A. Laborle's Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Chaffee, of Wooster are spending a few days with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cole. Mr. R. C. Adams and son, Leon, of Wellington, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Beckley. October 10th a few friends dinned with Mrs. M. J. Beckley, in honor of her birth day. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Rogers have been spending a few days with friends in Oberlin. , Mrs. Maude Eglin and children of Berea, have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Baker. ! Mr. and Mrs. A. North leave for Cleve land this week, where they will spend some time with their daughter, Mrs. Moore. Mr. Harvey Fogle entertained his brother from Spencer Sunday. Mr. Elmer Enapp, wife and children of Sullivan, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Emery Enapp. PITTSFIELD. The pumpkin social at Mr. and Mrs. Henry Twerrell's, last Thursday evening, given by the ladies of the Echo Hive, was a success. There was about one hundred in attendance. A pleasant time was had by all. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Wilson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman in Lorain, last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sheffield spent Saturday in Cleveland. Mrs. Elinor Beacher and two children, of Norwalk, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cole, and other relatives this week. Leland and Floyd Avery visited their brother in Brighton, Sunday. Mr. Gray and family, of Oberlin, at tended services at the Methodist church Sunday and took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wllsonr Clarence Wrrlght, of Oberlin, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jordan. The benevolent society met with Mrs. Wm. Crosier last Wednesday. A large attendance and pleasant time was re ported. LAGRANGE. E. M. McKlsson, of Oberlin college, spent Sunday in town. Mr. Woody, of Akron, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. G, Fott. N. M. Potter and sons, Lyn and George made a business trip to Elyria Friday. Mrs. W. E. Lyon, is visiting her daugh ter in Lansing, Mich, Rev. Dustin Kemble, of Cleveland, preached in the Methodist church, Sun day morning. Mrs. Addie Butler spent a part of the past week in Grafton. The ladles of the Baptist church serv ed dinner and supper in the Gott broth ers' new block Saturday. Edward Andrus, who is teaching school in Eaton, was at home Sunday. Mrs. Fannie Wolcott, was in Cleve land last week. Mrs. Fulton, of Toledo, is calling on LaGrange friends. Clark Pelton, of Michigan, was a re cent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Crowner. Mrs. D. E. Morris and little daughter of Geneva, 0., are being entertained ly Mr. and Mrs. J..P. Breckenridge. The M. E. Aid society met at the home of Walter Dale Wednesday afternoon Mrs. R. E. McKlsson, of 84 Tilden Ave nue, Cleveland, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wotring. Prof. Hudson, of Cleveland, lectured in the Methodist church Wednesday and Friday evenings, and in the Baptist church Thursday evening. Dr. G. N. Snyder's new brick block is nearly completed, Miss Mary Stroup was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson of Grafton, over Sunday. Mrs. Z. R. Parsons, who has been ser iously ill for four month's, is improving under the skillful treatment of Dr. G, E. French. , ,, Send the Enterprise to your absent son, daughter, sister or brother. You could not make them a better present Ernest Yoemans has gone to Lorain where he will engage in the confection ery business. Hon. S. W. Brown, of Lebanon and Lee Stroup, of Elyria, will speak in the city hall, Friday evening October 21st. Bucklin's Arnica Salve. The best Salve in the world for Cute, Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and skin Eniplons, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give per fect satisfaction or money refunded. Prios 25 cents per box. For tale by W Ft Hear m Co., angguUi ELYRIA. Elyria now has seven drug stores, a gain ot two in the lust three months. The dancing class of Mrs. Standish will commence Wednesday evening, Oct. 19th, in the Elyria Block, at eight o'clock. Mr. W. H. Barnes will drive his hand some cob horse, "Ginger" at the Cleve land horse show next month. It will doubtless prove a winner. Mrs. Louise Church, widow of the late Captain Church, died in Detroit last week, and was buried Friday in this city. The funoral services were held at St. Andrew's church. Recorder H. J. Cahoon is again on duty at his office. Mrs. H. J. Lewis is recovering from severe attack of quinsy. Her daughter Mrs. Borton, of Cleveland, spent Sunday and Wednesday with her. Attorney Q. A. Gillmore has left for a business trip to Kansas City, Mo. He expects to visit the Omaha exposition before he returns ond will be absent a week or ten days- Rev. F. C. Eldred left lost week for Florida, where he will spend the coming winter. , Married, tn Cleveland, October 7th, Miss Martha W. C. Miller, to Dr. C. E. Bigelow, second son of Dr. A. A. Bigelow of Toledo. 'Miss Miller is one of Elyria's most popular young ladies and a member of the Y. P. S. C. E., of the Congrega tional church. Dr. and Mrs. Bigelow have the best wishes of a host of friends who wish them joy and prosperity all through married life. No definite news has yet been made public concerning the missing horseman Lou J. Moore. The search for him is not being pushed by his relatives as- vigor ously as the facts would seem to warrant and give rise to the suspicion that some thing may have been heard from Moore which the family has not given to the public. Mrs. Moore and children have now left their home on West River street and returned to her people in Smy rna, near Freeport, 0. Marshall Krohn Is in possession of a letter written by a Saybrooke, 0., lady, in which it is stat ed that she had recently seen in that city man who resembled the picture ot Moore which she had clipped from a Cleveland paper. The party she saw was in company with a woman. ROCHESTER. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Barnes, of Nap- ona, Neb., is visiting relatives ana friends of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Harris, of Greenwich, were guests of Mr, and Mrs. A. Williams, Sunday. Mrs. DeGross Thomas aeturned home Canana last week. Mrs. J. Porter is visiting friends in Cleveland. Miss Rena Weeks, of Cleveland, visited her father, John Weeks over Sunday. Willard Welsher, of Iowa Is visiting friends in this place. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist church will give an oyster supper at the home of J. R. Coats, Tuesday evening, October 25. A cordial invitation is ex tended to all. Revival meetings will commence at the Congregational church next Satur day evening, October 22. On Saturday, October 15, the 18tlf annual reunion of the Krebs family was held in this place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Plfer, There were present four generations of this family; 32 in all be ing presant, and two absent The dear old mother also ot this family was able to attend, beng at the advanced age ot 84 years. The rooms were tastefully decorated for the occasion and the re freshments were especialy inviting. The estimable Mr. Piter and his much esteemed wife proved most accomplished entertainers as Mrs. Piter is noted for her ready wit. The reunion proved an enjoyable occasion, after which they adjourned to meet In one year from date at Mr. W. Krebs, In PenQeld. CAMDEN. Mr. 0. Cannan is conducting a slng- ng school at the center,, Monday aud Thursday evenings. Messrs. Rufus Allen aud Frank Hew- ett have been painting in Elyria, and Lorain for the last two weeks. Mr. Ora Ayliffe Is at home on a fur lough. Air. ana Mrs. ueo. cushion are move- Ing to North Amherst. Miss Flossie will remain in town and attend school. ' .? Mrs. N. Calkins has returned home after visiting in Michigan, for the last ten weeks. " Mr. and Mrs. II. Caswell attended the funeral of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Win Bradley, last Thursday in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hurd entertained t company of young married people Wed nesaay evening ucioner, on. it was the first anniversary of the marriage of their daughter, Muble to Clayton Whit ney. The schools through the town will ob serve LaFayette day. The high school will have their exercises in the town hall in the evening. The infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs, u. BicKen am uetober 8th, at the age otsix months. , Rev. E. E. Knapp, of Elyria, is expect ed here the 25th of this month to assist pastor Phelps in a series of meetings. More than twenty million free samples of DeWitt's Wich-hazel Salve have been destributed by the manufacturers. What better proof of their confidence in it's merits do you want? It cures piles, burns, scolds, and sores In the shortest fpacs of time, f, W. Houghton. SPENCER. Mrs. Wm Gannett returned home last week from a visit to relatives in Michi gan- Mrs. Mary Jane Fuller Rogers, of Battle Creek, Mich., is spending some weeks in this vicinity with her children. Mrs. M. M. Lee is in Cleveland for a couple of weeks. Rev. Blackburn and family, accom panied by Gertie Betz drove to Crestline for a few days visit the first of the week. Pearl Franklin, of Wellington, was at Frank Grjssinger's a few days last week. Mrs. Miel Stroup visited In Kiptoh lust week. v Grace Grissinger spent the last of the weok in Wellington. Quite a number of people in this vic inity took advantage of the cheap ex cursion to Michigan. Mesdames Strcup, Moore, Delong, Kramer, and W. W. Al drich and wife, all left Wednesday for different points in Michigan. E. B. Booth was in Cleveland the first of the week. Seth Oakley is building a new barn on his premises on South Main street. Electa Miller, or Norwalk, aud Ada Firestone of Oberlin spent the Sabbath at their respective homes. The Misses Wideman, Rice, Freeman, Oakley, Stroup and Betz, together with Pearl Monosmlth and Harry Rice, attend ed the C. E. convention at Chippewa Lake, Saturday. Arrangements are made for . a Ladies ot the Miccabees gathering in this place, Saturday, October 22nd. Emma Olds, of Elyria, G. S. C. will be here and address a public meeting in the evening, ucto- rber22. A very interesting literary and musical program will also be given in connection with the evening exercises. The banquet given by the band to the Spencer Dramatic Club was a most brilliant affair. About 50 guests were entertained delightfully at home of Frank Grissinger on this occasion, A most sumptuous supper was served, em bracing all the delicacies imaginable. During the banquet the band discoursed some of their finest numbers. The rooms aud tables were beautifully decorated with potted plants and cut flowers. The enjoyment of the evening was greatly enhanced by choice musical and literary selections. Taken altogether the band is to be congratulated upon the success of this affair as well as upon their pro ficiency as a band. 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 of Dr. 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 ot 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 got a trial bottle, free. Regular size 50c and $1. Every bottle guaranteed, or price refunded. DEDICATION -OF- Odd Fellows' Home - BY - Grand Lodge of Ohio, I.O.O.F., Springfield, O. October 27, 1898, HALf FARE, From All Points In Ohio, Vll BIG FOUR Tickets will be on sale October 20tb and 27th, at all "Biar Four" Ticket Offices. Good returning from Spring' field to and including October 28. 1898. For Tickets and full information call on any ticket agent of the Biar Four noute, or aaaress tne undersigned. e. o. Mccormick, Pass. Traffic Mgr. WARREN J. LYNCH, Asst. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt. Cincinnati, 0, HUNTERS' RATES To Specified Points in ALABAMA, AKKANSAS, KENTUCKY, MICHIGAN (Lower Peninsula) MICHIGAN (Upper), MISSISSIPPI, MISSOURI, MINNESOTA, TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA, WEST VIRGINIA, and WISCONSIN, via BIG FOUR For full Information and ticket", call agents "Big Four Route," or address the undersigned E. 0. McCORMICK, V Pass. Traffic Mgr. WARREN J. LYNCH, Asst. Gen. Pass. & Tkt Ant. Cincinnati, JPON Wlloj SOME i II I mm mm, a YOU OUGHT TO BUY ALL YOUR CLOTH ING AND ALL YOUR FAMILY'S CLOTHING OF US. THESE ARE THE REASONS: We carry the largest, choicest, most-carefully selected stock of Clothing in Wellington, not now and then, but all the time. Our stock always rep resents the pick of the clothing market; our Mr Brandegee, of the firm of Crouse & Brandegee, makes frequent trips to Wellington and from his samples we select the latest and best tailor-made clothing in America. We sell more clothing than any other store in this locality. Consequent ly we are continually buying. This keeps our stock fresh, up-to-the-minute and well assorted. ". Buying in large quantities and for spot cash, means low prices and top discounts. This is a very consideroble saving to us. We always divide, this saving with our customers. We buy none but good clothing. We know what good clothing is and we won't have anything else. We guarantee every suit we sell. And our guarantee means your money back if you want it. Therefore: When you buy a suit of clothes here, you don't get stale, shop-worn goods; you get the freshest, latest, most-stylish clothes money can buy. You get sound well-made, serviceaber long-wear clothes clothes that will last a long time and look well as long as they last. You save money always. Our business is so large that we can afford to be satisfied with a very small profit on each" sale. The part of our expenses and profits that each suit must pay is in finitely small. These are the reasons why we deserve your clothing trade and that of your family and friends. Are they not sound, solid, sensible uh tsm n 09 E. L. BENEDICT Sucoegsor to C. E. Sdtlivf. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hard and Soft Coal Coke and Wood Draylng and Moving of house hold goods or pianos and teaming of all kinds promptly attended to. Price and quality 'guaranteed on ail coal orders. Bailed Hay and Straw sold and deliv ered. Office Phone 48. Offloe Wt Mln Street Residence phone 88. IE. L. BENEDICT lIXrANTKD SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY 1 1 persons minis state 10 manage our bus iness fn their own and nearby counties. It is mainly office work conducted at bome. Salary straight two s year and expenses definite, bonaflde. no more, no less salary. Monthly $75. References Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope, Herbert E. Hess, Prest., Dept. M. Chicago. DR. W. L. HOLBROOK. DENTIST. office over harris's buoe store I'lllMXMMIHMMWMOW A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR IS THE GREAT THROAT and LUNG REMEDY. SOLID Reasons. " 1 U6f B R n H 4 Builders, : Attention! We wish to remind you that we are headquarters for Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris; Plastering Hair, -AND- Hard Wall Plaster, at the lowest market prices. BOVVLBY & HALL 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.