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!rHE WELLINGTON ENTERPBISE. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30. 1898. Every parent knows that at school the Shoes set hard wear. OUR SCHOOL SHOES were bought with that fact In mind, and we have a line that have the greatest wearing qualitUs, yet are not heavy and clumsy. A School Boy, or a School Girl, who has easy, good looking and substantial Shoes, never stands at the foot of the class. The Boy or Olrl with poor fitting Shoes usually keeps In the back, ground. : , It pays to Shoe the children well. Do you want good Shoes for good children? No matter what shaped foot, we will fit it comfortably stylishly and lastingly. See the Shoes, See the Quality. See the Assortment. era ed J. G. MALLORY & COMPANY You All Know THE CHRISTMAS Shoe Mam SSloes D 000 000 0 4 OF LOCAL INTEREST, The quail season will 15. . OOOOIOOIlPOOIOOtl close December Spectacles, Eye-glasses fitted at Hough ton's. 21 Oxford Bibles, new lot,, bought low great bargains at J. W. Houghton's. 21 S There is.no need of going out of town to buy holiday gifts, when our stores are filled with new and desirable goods at low prices. iwv. uany u. eneiuon, ioruieuj jmn tor of the People's church, Buffalo, N. Y., commences his pastorate of the Congre gational church next Sunday. Andy Gill, of Brighton, loBt $7 some whereon the streets in town, Monday night the finder will please Andy by returning it to him. Congressman Kerr certifies that his election expenses . were $561.85, the greater part of the amount being paid to county committees. Dr. King, leader of the Congregational church choir, 1b preparing special music J ni li ' i .1 , nr. slab, will also be given. ' A mink was tranced on the farm of F. M. Perkins, west of town Monday, The animal was a high-liver having killed nearly twenty chickens. , five of Mr. Perkins' The regular monthly meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held at the home of Mrs. E. L. Benedict, on Tuesday, De& ember 6. at 2:30 p. m. a full attendance of the members and friends is hoped for. The Ladle's Aid Society of the Baptist church, will meet with Mrs. Marshall, on West Main street, Friday afternoon of this week. Supper will be served from 4:00 to 6:30. Circle No. 2, serves. A ' Ajwiltol f nvlatf An ia fn all A bvtmai lUTivavivu io oauouuvu vr Price 10 cents. Sleigh bells. Games, new Houghton's. varieties, new lot at 21 Born, to Mr. and Mrs. last Saturday, a boy. Wm. Dutridge, A Jolly Lot Company, a farce comedy company and a zouave brass band, will show at the opera house, Thursday, Dec ember 8. They are considered first class. Work-boxes, Collar and Cuff boxes, Brashes, all kinds, Fine Stationery, Writing Implements, Booklets, Xmas Cards, Lap Tablets, at Houghton's. 21 A company of young people, members of the Epworth League, are reading under the direction of Mr. Waggoner, valuable standard literature, such as will cultivate their tastes in the right direction. Saw Service in Cuba. John C. Rlnehart, who lives with his parents, on Courtland avenue, is a sold ier boy who can tell many interesting stories of the war with Spain in Cuba. He first enlisted in Co. G, 17th Infantry, stationed at Ft. Russell, WyH where he saw several vears' service. He was muster ed out after time of enlistment expired in November 1897, and two months later re-enlisted in the 6th D. S. Cavalry. He was in all the battles from Aguadores to Santiago. Was in the battle of El Caney and took part in the storming of San Juan. When asked by a represenative of the Enterprise, how he felt when SDanish bullets were flying around him. he replied, "they wouldn't hurt a fellow unless they nit him." "xne Mauser dm lets go, 'zum." "zum," and you can't tell in what direction they come from, The rations were scant, and many of the boys died of disease, brought on by the scarcity of food. He was mustered out at Huntsville, Ala., and does not think he will enter the service again. Medallion's, Jewel Cases, Letter Scales Thermometers, Pocket Books, Purses, Soap Boxes, at Houghton's. 21 Miss Edith Brink was in Cleveland, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Robert Clifford, of Cleveland, was home over Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Staples of Gallon, were in Penfleld for Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hopkins, spent Thanksgiving in Greenwich. Bert Daugherty of Cleveland, was the guest of E. H. Perkins Thanksgiving. Mrs. S. N. Nimmons, of Plymouth, is visiting her brother, Mr. P. S. Brink. Miss Hattie Knapp was visiting friends in Lorain, a few days last week. Mr. Harry Otterbacher, of Oberlin Business College, spent Thanksgiving at home. Miss Mildred French, has been the guest of friends in Norwalk since last Friday. Mrs. Ellen Hoyt, of Norwalk, visited her father, Mr. John Long,, Thanksgiving. Mrs. W. F. Crosier has been visiting at G. W. Crosier' s and returned to Lima, Monday. Charles Mills and family, have gone to Carlislo to work for P. K. Clark, the com ing year. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Horr, and family, and Mr. A. R. Horr. of Cleveland, were guests of Mrs. Esther A. Horr, Thanks-giving. Mr. George Penfleld, will spend the remainder of the week in Akron, and Medina. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cahoon, of Elyria, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Couch. -FORECAST FOR WKLUNQTON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 Threatening; probablysnow flurries, colder, westerly winds, brisk to high. ,. 1 Generally fair; rising temperature. - 2 Fair and warmer; south winds. 3 Rain; changing to snow, south' to west gales. 4 Snow flurries and a cold wave. 5 Fair and warmer. 6 Snow or rain. 7 Snow Annies; much colder, high west winds. Don Pierre Quelos. THURSDAY, DECEMBER FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, r t i n T un uonaay, noveniuer, si, way w stock husKed.tor u. if . west, seventy rour Dusneis oi corn, ue negan at t o ciock and at 4:40, local time, drew in from the field, one half mile distant, the last load. Until the better man Is heard from, let Jay stand at the head. The high school Is to be congratulated in the success of Its newly organized orchestra, Piano, horns, violins and mandolin. They piayea six or ine oesi national airs in their exercises the day before Thanksgiving, in good time and with excellent effect. No need of going out of town for their music. m . ' The recital given by Miss Lowry, of Oberlin, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thomas, last Wednesday night was one of the most pleasing social event of the season. Miss Lowry was assisted by Mr. Perclval. of Oberlin, and Mr. and - . a. a a m a XT m 9 vra k r. r.iiHninn ana Mr. ai. m. naas- worth,of this place. Miss Lowry cer tainly possesses much talent and shows . close aiieniion 10 ner art. . A runaway created considerably excite ment on Main street, Tuesday afternoon. . '' A team belonging to Charles Jackson, of Sullivan, were frightened by the cars 1 nflftr the coal sheds, and made a sudden clung ahead, breaking the reach, and un setting the wagon box. This urged 1 them on, and in passing by Foote's livery barn, Chan Gillett attempted to stop thnm. but was thrown heavily to the ground, not seriously injuring him im.. wna Hn. lv aTjinnan nn Haai Main street, near Mllo Pease's. Odd Fellow Elect umcen. . The Odd' Fellows held their first meet ing under electric lights, Tuesday even ing, and elected the following officers for the ensuing year; John Pember, chief patriarch; John Folk, senior warden; James Meredith, high priest; George Hachenburg, Junior wardon; A. H. Pierce, scriDe, u. u Harris, treasurer; J. M. Otterbacher, E. C. Eiftutwa and J. U. Wight, trustee. Echoei of the Peace Jubilee. Pleasing and very appropriate exer clses were held in the High School room last Wednesday afternoon. This jubilee, following so closely upon one so recently held at the Trans-Mlsslssippl Exposition, and the participants giving extracts from speeches made by celebrated per sonages, can be very appropriately be called "Echoes of the Peace Jubilee." Hon. J. T. Haskell made a patriotic speech which received close attention. and was loudly applauded. The following was the program: Prayer, Rev. R. L. Waggoner, urcnesira. Essay. "Meaning of Peace Jubilee," anas lizzie Koanouse Song. "On the Field of Glory." Dytscnooi Address, Arcnoisnop ireiana. &. awing, Address, "ine mBiaent. Miss Bessie Shoar. Gen. Shatter. 'On the Army." can wiison Cornet Solo. Ralph Dimock. Address. "Our Country." Miss Lena Ulriam Address, "Our Reunited Country, the North and the South." Miss Treva Couch, Declamation, "Sinking of the Merri- mac," George Baker song, "battle Hymn oi the Republic." by School Address. "Our Future." Miss Coila Stemple, Address. lion. j. t. uasKell, Address, "America." Hobart Cushion, Song, ''America. . by the School Bad Wreck on Big- Four. A bad wreck occurred on the Big Four, half a mile south of here last Thursday night Freight train 92, east bound, broke In two. - Another freight was on the main track switching, and it' was Impossible to prevent the rear end of the train coming in collision with the for- wafCNart. The engineer stopped his part of 'the train and although seventeen brakes were set It was impossible to pre vent a bud emashup. Eight cars loaded with wool and oats were demolished, some so badly wrecked that they were burned. The wrecker from Llndale came nut and tha track was aIaim-mI for traffin early Friday morning. SOCIETY AND PERSONAL Mrs. E. L. French was in Norwalk Friday and Saturday. MIssLettie Bennett, of Colllngwood, was home Thanksgiving. Mrs. Llllie Falrgar, of Lorain, visited friends in town yesterday. Miss Myrtle Firestone was the guest of relatives in Spencer last week. Mr. M. L. Cook is confined to his home on Courtland avenue, with malaria fever. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mallory will enter tain the En-tre-nous pedro club to night. Mr. M. II. Laundon, accompanied by Mr. R. A. Wilbur, spent Thanksgiving at home. Dr. and Mrs. King were entertained at the home of Mr. King's parents, last Thursday. Mrs. John Irish, of Rochester, visited with Mrs. Ella C. June, on Taylor street, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Pratt spent Thanks giving with Asa Dirlam's family in I Huntington. Mrs. Edith Boice, and little daughter, of Huntington, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Ella June. Mr. Arthur Eglin and family, spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Eglin. Miss Anna Ranson, of Oberlin, spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ransom. Mr. J. W. Eglin and wife, of Berea, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Eglin, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. George Gregg and daughter, Ber tha spent the later part of last week with relatives in Hayesville. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitney, of West Main street, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary, December 16. Miss Delia Ciphers, of Hayesville, Is spending a couple of weeks with her But some of you forget how hard it is to get just what you want at the last minute. We are getting in our HOLIDAY STOCK every day. Select your goods now and wo will put them away carefully till Christmas. I DOLLS--- The. Little Folks are very particular about the color of hair and eyes. Come now, while our line is complete and we have plenty of time to give you. Rubber dolls and the pop ular stuffed dolls and animals for the little people. Dolls' heads from 12Jc to 50c. A beauty, with kid body for 50c; larger ones for 75c, 98c and $1. Doll Carriages and carts from 25c to $1. Stanhope Gigs, Hansom Cabs, Ex press Carts, Milk Wagons, Dumping Coal Carts, and Buckboards. BASKETS . Wall Baskets, Work Baskets, Waste Paper Baskets. Beauties from 25c to $1.25. XS.Mallory & Co. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Turner, of North Ahmerst, spent Sunday with Mr. and cousins Misses Bertha and Pearle Gregg. Mrs. Thomas Crabtree. . Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Whltnev. of Cleve- Miss Stella Stanard was in Hunting- land were the guests of Mrs. Whitney's ton, Thanksgiving, the guest of Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Grigg's Mrs. George McQuate. Mr. and Mra. G. D. Foote spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Rush, of Huntington. Walter Battles of Norwalk, 0. ate Thanksgiving dinner with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Battles. Mrs. J. B. Osborne and children, of Mt. Gilead, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Brink, Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. George Roice spent Thanksgiving day with their son, Brew ster Boice, of Huntington. Mr. James Cleghorn has been very sick for the past two weeks, but Is getting along nicely at the present time, Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seeley, of Cleve land were guests of relatives Thanks giving. Mr. Seeley is a member of the Cleveland police force. Mr. Arthur Smith is still in Cleveland, but as yet has not decided upon having an operation performed. Mrs. Smith went to Cleveland Monday. Mrs. M. M. Joyce returned Monday from a visit with friends in Wooster. Mrs. Mae Brandt, who accompanied her to Wooster will return today. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Rust, Miss Louise Rust, and Messrs. George and Arthur Rust, of Cleveland, were entertained at Miss Sadie Palmer was home to spend the home of Mrs-J Rust Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving. Miss Palmer is studying kindergarten work in Cleeland. Mr. Chris. Chandler, who Is working at West Dover, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Chandler. Dr. J. M. Blnehower.who Is with the H. A. Mann, advance agent for Fore- paugh & Sells Bros.' show, came home last Friday to spend the winter with his family. Mr. Mann came from Jack sonville, Fla. Burt Hok returned Friday from J. S. MALLORY & COMPANY I High Grade p Cutlery ftttt t tt POCKET KNIVES of best quality and warranted. , SHEARS Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. RAZORS for the toughest beard and tendered face. CARVlNd SETS-In latest designs. BUTCHER AND BREAD KNIVES of Superior quality. BENEDICT HARDWARE i CO 0.00$-000 PMtaMphla Denttl Pulore, at RochM- riP Umrofh Huron, RlcHant ter. N. Y..- ttDorto tasiIMB aonrtentnir. "uu mamm a wm jo awn aiiBO luary a. ouirni, wuo is aHBUUing nopt , th. atata Kni,li wi tri I n.i. ware, 0., spent Thanksgiving at home. Miss Ina Arnold, of Akron, visited Miss Bowman and her relatives, Mrs O'Dell and Mrs. Smith, Thanksgiving, return ing Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Mason of Chi cago, Hi., spent Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mason, of Barker street. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. MacDonald. of Cleveland, and Miss Ranney, of Ravenna, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bennett Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hall, of Rochester, were in town Saturday, and made the Enterprise a call. They expect to move to Brighton in a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. French entertained Thanksgiving, Mr. and Mrs. John Lamp- son, Master James Lampson, ' Mrs. D. Noble and Miss Bertha Noble, of Litch field. . Mrs. A. L. Benedict, entertained Mr, and Mrs. E. F. Webster and family, Mr, and Mrs. E. L. Benedict and family, and Mr. and Mrs.C. W. Arner, on Thanks- trlvlnr. Anv. w ' afternoon train air. a. d. DUBweii, ot xoieao, swppea Friday morning. iu Kiwi! lost ween to visit menus, ua Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Carter and Florence Carter, of New London, and Mr. Rich Carter, of Norwalk, were enter tained at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Foote, Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shields, of Pitts burgh, Pa are in town on their wed ding trip and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Shelley. Mr. Shields is the electrician of the Carnegie Steel Co. Wm. Crosier, son of G. W. Crosier, of this place, is in town for a few days. He has secured a position as traveling sales man for the Murphy varnish Co., ot Cleveland. Hia territory will be in the northwest. Geo. E. Townsend left for Chicago last Friday after four weeks at home, ine longest visit nome m nine yearn ue traveled between December 1, 1897 and November 12, 1898, 25,200 miles by ran and 3,0o0 miles by steamer. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Hagerman and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Klnnison Thankseivlnir. Mr. n T I I I.IHT I.I I VTAim in the south-east ill. li. .DHjIX JhULVj 1 Suocestor to C. B. Sutliff. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hard and Soft Goal 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 all coal orders. Balled Hay and Straw sold and deliv ered, i Offlo Phone 48. Offloe Went Haln Street Residence Phone 88. E. L. BENEDICT PICTURE was on his way to LaGrange, where he met his parents, who were guests of rel atives, Thanksgiving. Dr. E. 0. Fnrrow, returned Monday from Fort San Houston, Texas, where he received his discharge. The doctor will stay in town for a few days, before tak ing np his profession again. frames made to order from choice mouldings, which we carry in stock. Many new styles just received, to be sold Hagerman held services In the Norwalk at Drices SO low thev will sur- churchand did not arrive here until the prise you. We also Keep a var- afternoon trAin. Thnv rain-mo f i i i r . t f t .t , .v.a. iea siock oi mat Doaras, Dotn white and colored, and cut call W Afn Anf nw a Inn ... 1 m iiraurauo; ui xnni, ween Wfllie MrS. i i. M. S. Maynard of South Main street was mai8 to y0Ur 0r(?er' walking across the floor whl.h x6 SUT6 to give US a cently been mopped, she slipped and fell aWW al T ,tf . Mill! Ill I IK H IIMT W I INI, I If HnillJtni tm ' ' MWUIUOJ TV OO I J m called to attend to tha wnnnrt t need . 0 I nuavu TV UO fnnnd to be nnitn harilv fra was broken In three places. 8he la' get- PhHiK'RFi'K Rr ( ting on nicely at present. 1 Uviy iJ ill Ua Ct A)i FRAMES When You Get Tired of the same bill of fare day after day, call on us and we can help you to find some thing which you will relish. The Holiday Season is approaching and we are prepared to meet it. ... Our line of nsw dried fruits is very complete and our oranges, lem ons, figs and Malaga grapes are of the finest quality. ' Best selected teas, coffees, npices and a full assortment of breakfast and health foods con stantly in stock. Fresh Oysters a Specialty T. F. RODHOUSE & SON, Weat 8lde Public Sq. K$X AUCTIONEER. G. W. HINES, of Pittsfield, will attend to all sales promptly. Reasonable terms. Dates can be made at the Enterprise office.