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THE WELLINGTON ENTEEPRISE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEE 14. 1898. t : ' t 1 1 :' I 'i . j I!- IS 1 1 ' ? ; 1 j! i'- ' J i: t : j :. f , THE ENTERPRISE ' PUBLISHED ETEBT WEDNESDAY, THE FKENCH FEINTING COMPANY G. 1m COtCHBECEIVER. SUBSCRIPTION. On YM $L00 Six Month i m4"ii ....60 COMMUNICATIONS. The name of the writer must accompany all letters (or publication or requests for miormaiion in oraer to seoure auenuon. Unsigned articles go Into the waste basket. The name Is not required (or publication necessarily, bat lor the Information ot the eauor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1898. LAGRANGE' Frank Coleman was in Elyrla, Satur day. ; N. M. Madoleof Cleveland, visited La- V Grange friends Sunday. Mrs. Ella June of Wellington, was in town Monday, Mrs. Sllaa Stronpe visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stronpe of Elyria, Saturday. ' Mrs. Fred Rounds is seriously ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. L. W. Richmond was the guest of Pittsfleld friends Sunday. Mrs. Adallne Williams has returned from a visit with friends in Medina bounty. Mrs. Addle Butler visited her sister in Grafton, the past week. C. L. Gott made a business trip to Cleveland Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Potter called on friends in Wellington Friday. "The Country Girl," will be played in the town hall Tuesday evening, Decern ber 20, for the benefit ot the fire com' pany. Admission 10 and 20 cents. Rev. Baldwin addressed the high school Monday morning with some ex cellent points of instruction. Remember the third lecture of the course will be given next Monday even ing at the town hall. Jessie Hill will be the speaker. Subject, " The Daughter of tomorrow. Prof, and Mrs. H. 0. Merrlman and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hastings visited at the home of John Handyside's In Litch field, Saturday. The lady Maccabees will give a calico social and New England dinner in the city hall, Saturday evening, December 17. Price 10 cents. The quilt will be drawn at that time. There will be a Cakewalk and other attractions. Let every one come and have a good time. At the regular review of the Buckeye Hive, December 9, the following officers were elected; Com., Mrs. Grace L. Raw- son; Lieut Com., Eunice Copeland; B.K.,Ida) J. RawBOn; F. K Melissa Wolcott; Chap., Henrietta Hastings; Sergt, Florence Cliff; M. at A., Lucy Forbs; 8ent Vinnle McFadden; Picket, LenaRawson; B. B. No. 1, Addle Ma- hone; B. B. No. 2, Miss Claudia Nichols; B. B. No. 8, Mrs. Clara B. Richmond; Captain of Guards, Mrs Lucy Wilklns Color Bearer No. 1, Mrs. Angeline Tarl- ton; Color Bearer No. 2, Mrs. Anna Bendell; Organist, Mrs. Kate Mason; Assistants, Mrs. Mary Wilklns and Mrs. Edna Hastings. Two new members were Initiated at this meeting. Aunt Mary Hastings entertained her children and grand children on Friday December 9, In honor of her 89 birthday. . . She superintended the dinner making the chicken pie's herself. She Is a re markable woman for one of her age, being able to converse upon all the subjects of the day. Her children are Mrs. James Sheldon, Mrs. William Wolcott,' Mrs. Vina Humphry and Fred Hastings, of LaGrange, Mrs. James Conley, of Lorain ' add Lewis Hastings, of Elyria. Mabel Rounds was born In LaGrange ' April 27, 1887 and died December 6, 1898. - Words cannot paint the picture of her life as she lived it, at home, at school or among her friends, old and young, she left the single impression of good will, which was her heritage. During her last and fatal sickness, she was ever cheerful, waiting only for the time when her ambitions might be realized, but the reaper "Death" called her to her peaceful rest ere she could finish them. Her innocent fun and cheerefulness at home and in the school room will ever be remembered. Her faithfulness to every duty was her shining light She was never content with the common place, and her motto was "The best work I can do is none too good." On the playground, at home, in fact every where, she was a moving spirit for good. To be amiable toward all and enemy of none was the first fruit of her young life and one can almost hear her saying ob the poet said: "I live for those who love me. Whose hearts are kind and true, For the heavens that smile above aie And awaits mj spirit too. For all human ties that bind me, For the task my Ood assigned me, For the bright hopes left behind me. And the food that I can do." j . BIf Four Boat. Reunion 41st Ohio Regiment Volun teers, Cleveland, 0. December 21, '98. j One fare round trip, favor of members m.n1 ttintr fnmlllna mum vrtiflfte ot E. JL Ford. j On Saturday, December 17, and follow ing week, their will be for sale at Enter prise office a line of fancy goods just "what you want to complete your list of Christmas gifts. . tT. L.E.Bjr. holiday excursion rate tlchete sold December,. 23, 2V 25, 30, nd 3U. and January 1, re turuiiitf HaIt January, 2, FARMERS' INSTITUTE WILL BE HELD AT BROWN HELM NEXT WEEK. A Two Days' Session A Good Program has been Arranged Come and Help Make It a Success, The Lorain Country Farmers' Institute Associatlon'wlll hold a two days' session at Bacon's Corners, Brownhelm, Monday and Tuesday, December 19 and 20. Dinner will be provided each day by the Congregational Ladies' Society, at 20 cents each person. The attendance should be prompt at each session. To have a successful Insti tute, each subject must be fully dis cussed and all taking part should hold to the subject. We hope our young men will take hold and help in the discussions. The Annual Meeting will be held at North Rldgeville, January 23 and 26, 1889. Lecturers, Prof. Lazenby, 0. S. U., and Mr. R. H. Wallace, Chilllcothe, 0. MONDAY, DECEMBER 19. 10:00 a. m. Prayer and address of wel come. Rev. P. E. Harding Music. 10:25-Presldent'8 Address, G. S. Pay 10:40-Late Cultivation, F. A. Derthlck Discussion led by John Schalble 1 1 :25-Partial Soiling, J. A. Dobie Discussion, led by Lewis Woodruff 12.00 Noon. Adjourn for dinner 1:00 p. m. MubIc 1:15 Diseases of the peach tree, N. L. Cotton Discussion, led by S. Bacon 20-Farming by the wind (mill), F. A. Derthlck Discussion, led by J. H. Reed 2:30 Preparing the seed bed, J. A. Dobie Discussion, led by C. S. Mills 3.00 Finances for special meetings, President Pay Discussion, general Music. Adjourn for supper. EVENING. 700 Music by the Amherst Quartet. Self improvement on the farm, F. A. Derthlck Music. Character, as affected by country life, J. A. Dobie Music. Adjourn. TUESDAY, DEC. 20. 10:11 a. m. Music. 10:15 Speech, by C. D. Laimbach Discussion, led by Julius Peck 1100 The cow, management and out look, F. A. Derthlck 11 20-Discnssion, led by E. F. Cotton 11:40 Is the corn harvester a success? John Schalble , Discussion, led by the president , Music. Adjourn for dinner. l.O0p. m. Music. l:10-Paper, by Harry'.Fairchild ' Discussion, led by L E. Squires 2O0 Shall we breed higher or feed better? J. A. Dobie Discussion, led by R. Baker 2:35 Paper, by Miss Harriet C. Peck Methods of legislation, F. A. Derthlck Discussion, led by W. D. Warren Music. Adjourn. Oar Christmas Number. Next week's number of The Enter prise will be the Christmas, and will be issued next Monday. It will consist of eight pages, Including a specially de signed cover, printed in colors. This as well as the Inside pages will be of good quality of book paper, all stitched to gether on onr wire stitcher, and will be by far the handsomest holiday paper ever put out in the city. It will not be a con glomerated mass of advertising daubed on paper, but a neat, distinctive, attrac tive portrayal of great bargains. Such work as this office takes pride in pro ducing. A merchant frequently throws away his money by investing in what some people call advertising. This is not The Enterprise's method of doing business. Advertisements come to us unsolicited while other papers tire the merchants by their continnal and per sistant solicitation for ads. The reason for this Is that this paper reaches the people and the merchants know it. Watch The Enterprise for bargains from now until the farii&jw. Lost. Saturdav. December, 0, some where near Goodsell's store, a celluloid shop Dlmr tablet: color, sreen: with silver ornament; name written in the back. Finder plewe leave at Enterprise office. Minnie Freeman. PuMUSle. As I have sold my farm, I will sell at public sale, two miles west of Spencer, Wednesday, Dec. 21, the following de scribed property: Eight high grade Holsteln cows, 1 thorough-bred Guernsey, 8 Holsteln calves, 1 thorough-bred HolBteln bull. Poland China sows, 1 with 5 pigs, and fall pigs, 1 Poland China boar; some drill corn and hay by the ton. Also 1 disk harrow, 1 lever harrow, l farm wagon, 1 wide tired wagon, nearly new; 1 feed cutter, 1 fanning mill, 1 work harness, 1 single harness, 1 pair of bobs, llarire iron kettle, 1 refrigerator, 1 butter worker, 1 barrel churn, 1 hay fork, rope, pulley and carrier, 1 cook stove, 1 beating etov J nllk can, 1 din ner bell, 240-lb. Bcales, ld othex arti cles to numerous too menttoo. Trmn:-All sums of 15.00 and under cash, all sums over $3.00, nine months credit, with note at six per cent interest with approved security. W. A. Gannett. Heury Whiio, Auctioneer. COST OF LIGHTING. Bates Are Made by the Board of Trustees. The Waterworks and Electric Light Trustees, composed of G. L. Couch, presi dent, J. S. Mallory and F. W. Bennett at a recent meeting, adopted the follow ing rates for the present: FLAT RATES. One to five lamps, per month, 40 cents. METER RATES. 10 cents per 1000 Watts. A minimum rent of 11.00 will be charged In all cases. Rente become due and payable the first of each month at the office ot the clerk. A discount of 10 per cent is allowed on all bills amounting from $10 to $15; 15 per cent on bills $15 to $20, and 20 per cent on bills over $20 per month. Call at Enterprise office Saturdav. December 17, and bny something to sweeten your Christmas. Wellington's entertainment was not lacking last week; California Fair. Pas- quall Grand Concert Co., and Jolly Lot Company, all which were worthy of .the people's patronage. Your list of Christmas srifts will not be complete without a box of fine confec tionery, such as you will find at Enter prise office, December 17-24.. Let us show you that new perfume "Bell of Cuba," also many others at W. H. Tlssot & Co.'s We have clubbinsr rates with all nf the leading publications of the world. TO ALL We join Santa Claus in his hearty salute and good wishes for the future, and invite you to our store for Holiday Purchases. A HINT OR TWO- . . Perhaps you will find in the following list some suggestions that may assist you in planning your Christmas shopping. Of course we guaran tee tne nr. ; Smoking Jackets $5.00 to $30.00. Dressing; Gowns $5.00 to $15.00. Night Robes 50c to $7. Pajamas $1.25 to $8.00. Gloves SQe to. $6. Op. 5ilk Mufflers $1,00 to $8.00. Silk Handkerchiefs 25c to $2.50. Suspsnders 50c to $5. AH the big and little requisites to a Man's or Boy's Wardrobe that will be serviceable, and constantly surest the giver. This store will be open every evening until 10 o'clock (standard) from Dec. 19th to 24th inclusive. 14 STORES 7 Brownies:, B&87 Euclid-Av., Clevelanjj, 0. When You Get Tired of the same bill of fare day after day, call on us and we can help you to find some thinsr which von will relish. The Holiday Season is approaching and we are prepared to meet it. Our line of naw dried fruits is verv complete and our oranges, lem ons, ngs and Malaga grapes are of the finest quality. nmecieu teas, coneee, spices and a full assortment of breakfast and health fooda con T) 1 1 1 a fm stantly In stock. Fresh Oysters a Specialty It.f.rodhouse&son, A West Side Public Sq. For Sale. 1 set three-beam bobs, heavy enough for all general purposes, good as new. Also boat sled runners. A few head Chester White pies. Terms reasonable. Inquire of J. N. Cowles, 2 miles north west village of Wellington. 3t49 OUR FRIENDS: in tne case ot all Uothing. Linen Handkerchiefs 25c to $2.50. Hosiery 15c to $1.50.' Umbrellas $1 to $20. Bath Robes $3.50 to $15.00. Canes $1 and upward. Press Protestors $J,0Q to $5.00. Sweaters $1 to $4, Neckwear 50c to $3. Collars 10c to 25c. ORDER BY flAIL IF w Nothing makes a more desirable CHRISTMAS than a nice . COUCH. WE HAVE THEM! In A nice book case is also a line was never more complete $10 to $30. ' Our Ladies' desks must be from $5.50 up. ; Rockers are always desirable. We have them in all the latest styles, finishes and colors. Upholstered, Saddle and Cobbler seat. Pearl and French Marquitrie back. Call and see them, you will be pleased. Yours for holiday bargains. H. W. BENNETT. Wanted, A lady boarder or roomer. Enquire of Mrs. B. L. Whitehead. tf. WanUd. We want heading bolts; cut 18 inches long delivered at the Waddworth plan ing mill, Wellington, 0., any kind of soft wood. Davies & Whitnev. St In connection with the fancy soods at the Enterprise office you will find a choice line of confectionery. Cuffs - 20c to 40c White Shirts $1.00 to $3.50. Colored Shirts $1.00 to $2.50. Scarf Pins 50c to $5.00. Sleeve Buttons 25c to $5.00. Underwear 50c to $15,00 per garment. Cardigan Jackets $2.50 to $5.00. YOU CAN'T COME. King: & Clayton A. Turner, Manager. . . PRESENT all styles, colors and prices. very suitable present. Our- than at present. Prices from , seen to be appreciated. Prices ' ' When you have a bad cold, Dr. Incli nation would recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy because itis 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 a ngs, opening the secretions and restor ing the system to a natural and healthy condition. For sale by W. F. Near & Co. Stockinet Coats $4.00 to $6.00. Ladies' Gloves. Children's Suits. Children's Reefers. Dress Suits, . Overcoats, Ulsters. Fancy Vests, Trousers. Business Suits. Full Dress Suits, 14 STORES Co ' ! 1 r v i'1 .': ..-'.V .