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m WELUMTON EOTEtiWifSE, WfiDKEsDAV, J AN t) Ait Y 4. tg99.
"There is nothing new under the sun." But there may be something profitable and . useful. 1 o SERAGE, The Shoe Man Clearing up! PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. Mabar returned from Lodi Thurs day. J. M. Otterbacher was in Cleveland Thursday. Captain Bemas, of Elyria, was in town Thursday. F. Stuchfield and wife are visiting in Canton, 0. . Mrs. Ester A. Horr spent Sunday in Cleveland. , H. M. Horr visited friends in Kent, 0., Sunday. R. L. French is confined to his home by sickness. Walter Battles, of Norwalk spent New Years at home. Clint Metzirer, of Lorain visited his parents New Years. Lincoln McClellan, will return to : Chester, Pa., Sunday. Clayton Bowers was at the home of his parents New Years. Clarence Sage returned from a visit in Akron. Satnrday. Jas. Dickason, of Grafton was in town Friday and Saturday of last week. Leota Franks, of Akron, visited her sister, Mrs. H. B. Daugherty, last week.' Harry Pierce, of Cleveland visited Robert Lang Saturday and Sunday. Clair Harvey reutrned from a visit with friends in Marion, 0., Saturday. Miss Maud Chandler, of Cleveland vis' ited her parents Sunday and Monday. . Miss Grace Canfleld, of Litchfield vis ited Mary Sutliff Saturday and Sunday. Scott Garrett was shaking hands with friends in town last Friday and Satur- Miss Madge Whitney, of Pittsfleld, is visiting at T. S. Tucker's on Taylor street. Miss Ruth Lawrence, of Meadville, Pa., Is spending her vacation with Mrs. F. B. Gregg. MissTreva Couch went to Elyria,on last Friday, for a few days' visit with friends. C. A. Bosh was in town a few days last week shaking hands with his many 'friends. . Mr. Fred K. Lindsley, of, Allegan, Mich, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. I. L. Chapman. , Mr. Jamieson returned from Urbana last Wednesday night where he spent Christmas. Mr, E. F. Webster has retuned from ' Mt. Clemens, much benefited by his visit there. v Miss Emily Davis, of Cleveland attend ed the reunion of the class of '92, Satur- : day evening. Monta Gregg, of Ann Arbor Medical College, is spending his vacation with Dr. F. B. Gregg. ' Frank Coats severed his connection with E. Lemmel. Saturday..' Lou Lyons will take his place. . . Miss May Hollenbach is visiting - friends in Elyria and Cleveland during her holiday vacation. ', C. Greenwald returned to Columbus, Saturday, after spending a few weeks with friends in town. D. I. Beckley and wife and E. L. Wll cox and wife, of Bakers Crossing spent Monday at R. C. Adams. Fred . Leach, of Marion, U., made a short call on friends in town on Friday and Saturday of last week. . Mrs. Dr. SlemmonB, of" Akron, is vlsit . ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Bine- hower, on Pleasant street. MIbs M. Ida YanCleef, of Springfield, 0.. is spending a few weeks with her brother, Mr. E. A. YanCleef. . Charles Black and frjend, of Cleveland were at S. F. Blacks last week. Mert Carpenter, who has been spend' ing his holiday vacation at home, return ed to college at Oberlin Tuesday. Linn Bacon, who has been spending the holiday vacation at home returned to Oberlin Business College Tuesday, Warren Rood, of Akron, is calling on friends and relatives, in town. Miss Ivy McElroy visited at the home of Mrs. E. Kitchen part of last week. Miss Franc Hasted of Norwalk, spent the holidays with Miss Minnie Cleghorn. Miss Iva McElroy, of Penfleld, visited friends in town, several days last week. Mrs. R. C. Wadsworth returned last week from a visit with friends, in Cleve land, ncinrni imtcdcct Katherine Rew, the famous whistler is with the Three Bostonians. S. Homer Eaton, the great imperson ator will appear at the Opera House Mon- On account of the sickness of Rev. R, L. Waegoner there was no service in the oay evening with the Bostonians. Methodist church last Sunday. Walter West of College spent the home. the Elyria Busines holiday vacation at The American House has a new land lord. J. S. Rinehart took possession Monday. Mr. Rinehart is an old hand at the hotel business, having run a hotel at Gallon, 0. A meeting of the Woman's .Afternoon Club will be held to day at the home of Mrs. I. L. Chapman. Subjects for die cussion; Life in Manilla, Mrs. Palmer, The Philippines and the Monroe Do& trine, Mrs. S. S. Warner. Joe Gannett returned, Saturday from a weeks visit at J. 0. West's, in Hunt ington. Mrs. Roller of Smithville, 0., was the guest of Mrs. M. M. Joyce during the holidays. Mrs. W. D. Hall and daughter, Ethyln, are spending the week with Ford Hall, in Columbus. Miss Jessie West returned Tuesday from a week's visit with Toledo friends and relatives. Mr. R. C. Linder, who is attending the Western Reserve Law School, spent New Year's in town. Notices were posted Saturday, saying that the New Year's Social to have been held at the Methodist church was post poned until further notice. The Three Bostonians at the Opera House, January 9. The Wellington Sorosis club met with Mrs. H. C. Harris yesterday. The topic for discussion was "Our new posses sions". The Hawaii Islands, Mrs. Mai- lory. The Philippines, Mrs. Blinn, An insight into Cuban life andcharac ter.Mrs. Couch. O". H. Palmer & Co., are now putting in a modern dry kiln at their factory which will enable them to turn out the finished product much faster. In this kiln several new principles are embod ied, the principal one is to more nearly imitate the air drying process, but in a much shorter time, . without injury to the strength and elasticity ,to the tim ber. .. Mrs. P. E. Fowles, of Wakeman, was in Wellington, Thursday, the guest of Mrs. George Haines. L..G. Stemple left last Friday for Hartford, Conn., where he will join his brother in business. Miss Mae Piatt is spending a few days in Cleveland and Painsville, visiting friends and relatives. Miss Fern Smith of Van Wert, 0., left for Greenwich, Tuesday, after visiting with Wellington friends. Mr. Lorenzo Enapp of Michigan, is spending the winter with his brother Hiram Knapp on Barker street. W.E.. Pierce had an operation per formed Tuesday for appendicitis. The doctors were unable to help him. Mrs. Margaret Winchell returned last week from Norwalk, where she had been visiting her niece, Mrs. Norton Hoyt. Dr. M. H. Mills retnrned home, Mon day, to Champaign, 111., after spending a week with his family, in Wellington. The family of Mrs. S. J. Rust, except Dr. and Mrs. Carl Rust, took New Year's dinner with Dr. Ed. Rust, in Cleveland. Mr, Percy Moore, who is holding a position with Wm. Rogers & Co- Cleve land, visited Howard Joyce, NewJYear's, Mrs. N. P. Robinson entertained her Sunday school class and their friends to the number of twenty, last Wednesday evening. Mrs. G. L. Couch, Mrs. E. W. Adams and Mrs. J. S. Mailory watched the old year out and the new one in, with Mrs. J. C. Artz. Mr. and Mrs. lieo. Whitney who are spending the winter with his parents, on West Main, visited in Camden and North Amerst, last week, Miss Lola babcock, who has been a guest at the home of Chas. West for a number of days, returned to her home in Rochester, Tuesday. Mr. V. Crabtree of Tiffin, is in town visiting relatives and shaking hands with old friends. Mr. Crabtree was The many friends of W. A. Lightfoot, who was recently employed in the ton! sorial parlors of H. W. Semple, but is now in Oberlin, will be sorry to learn of his severe sickness. A subscription was started a short time ago in view of rais ing money to send him to Colorado for his health. On Satnrday evening of last week $28 had been raised among his friends here. To show his apprecia tion for the kindness Mr. Lightfoot sent the following dated Oberlin January 2, 1899: "To my friends in Wellington, I am under many obligations to you for your kind assistance through my sick ness." Mr. L. H. Wadsworth took possession of the planing mill and box factory on January 2, formerly purchased from Mr. N. P. Robinson. He will greatly im prove the whole plant, installing new and improved machinery for box and tub making. Will also build a neat and substantial fence to enclose the yard and premises, also will open a roadway from the mill to Mam street. He expects to meet the demand for planning mill work as well as to supply cheese boxes and butter tubs for our dealers here. Will require one thousand cords of heading bolts for orders now on hand and other supplies in proportion. Wm. H. Haulk has bought Carson Johnson's place at the south end of Pros pect street. The cold wave struck Wellington on schedule time, Saturday, the thermomet- or falling several degrees. Second attraction of the entertain ment Wednesday evening, January 25. Don't miss the entertainment at the Opera House, .December 9. A chicken pie and oyster supper were held in the Maccabee hall Saturday even- inar. It was a success financially and socially. The annual meeting of the Wellington Union Agricultural Society will be held at the voting room in the town hall, Tues day, January 10 at 10 o'clock a. m., for the election of directors and officers and the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. Hear Fred Emerson Brooks at opera house January 25. the About 9KX) o'clock Sunday morning an alarm of fire was sent in by Mrs. Greeth- am of Adams street, but before the com pany left the engine house it had been extinguished. The blaze was caused by a defective stove. On account of three members of the council being sick, there was no council meeting Monday night. The meeting of the Congregational church society to have been held on the same date, was also postponed for a like reason. From a letter received we learn that itev. w. u. Barton nas received and ac cepted a call to the charge of a large Congregational church in Chicago. For the past seven years Mr. Barton has been pastor of the Shawmntt church in Bos ton. The State Farmer's Institute, of Ohio, will be held in the House of Representa tives, state house, at Columbus, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 10 and 11, 1898. The meetings are free and open to all persons interested. The addresses and discussions on all topics will certainly be beneficial to the farmer. The Warner Stone company is having some stripping done, preparatory for the formerly in the boot and shoe business spring campaign.-larksfleld Bee. in this place. G E. Culver recently returned from LaGrange where he has been doing some fine stonework upon the buildings erect ed in place of the ones destroyed by fire. Mr. Culver will return in the spring to complete his work. - Mr. F. Ambrose, of Conflueno, West Va,, returned on the 22nd to make a short visit with his family and friends. He reports doing a good business and is well pleased with the climate. He will return after the holidays. Patronesses of "The Three Boston ians;" Mesdames Artz, Adams, Benedict, E. L., Bennet, F., Bennet, R., Bennet, H., Bowlby, Brink, Couch, Hall, H. W., Hathaway, Houghton, J. W., King, Laundon, Harris, Rust, C. H., Spitzer, YanCleef, Vlsher, W. B., Waggonner, Warner, 8. 8., Warner, 8. K., Warner, Don't miss hearing the Bostonians at the Opera Honse, Monday evening, Jan uary 9. An Enjoyable Event. The Maccabee hall New Year's eve was the scene of one of the most financially successful suppers and social meetings as ever held by the order. Music and recitatians by local talent added greatly io me success or ine entertainment Special praise is due Mr. Edward Ber nard, who recited "The Fortunes of War," and being heartily applauded gave as a second selection, "The Matri monial Maneuvers of Major Musket, Music by the Schuman mixed quartet was greatly enjoyed and the duet bv Miss Mae and Mr. Orra Damon was a beautiful piece of music excellently rendered, The supper served by the ladles was no small part of the evenings program and members ot both tents deserve grt-Ht praise for the success of the undertaking. The happy party broke up long after the new year had entered, and safe to say resolved to attend all future socials of the Maccabees held in this city. The body of Mrs. A. C. Smead, a form er resident of Huntington, 0., now of Knoxville, Tenn., reached here last night and was taken to her old home today for burial. Funeral of Mr. Mary 11. Hamlin. Mrs. Marv R. Hamlin died at half na4 eight o'clock Wednesday morning Janu ary 4, isuv. The lunerai will be private and held at 2:00 o'clock Friday, January 6. All friends who desire to view the remains may do so from 10:00 to 12.-00 o'clock Friday. As usual at the close' of the Christmas season we have odds and ends that must le cleaned out at any price, and we shall commence Tuesday morning, January 3, our clearing uj sale,, preparatory to our annual invoice. If you lave anything in the Dry Goods line to buy, look in upon us and we may save you money. Come and get our prices on Capes, Jackets, Skirts, Wrappers,'' Children's Furs, Blankets and Gloves. Some good things in each of these depart ments Tuesday morning, January 3, 1899 What holiday stuff we have left we shall place upon our east center counter. Take it away at One-half its marked price. J. S. riallory & CROSS CUT SAWS We have the Atkins. Lance and Tuttle tooth, which are the best in the market. . See our Norwegian Hand Forged Axe, The quality is in the axe, not in the finish. Benedict Hardware Go. The Entrenous Club were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Couch last Friday night. The prize winners were Mr. J. S. Mailory and Mrs. G. E. Spitzer. Messrs. E. L and A. E. French, of this q. b., Webster, E. F Blac5f A. M., Mai lory, J. 8., Helmen, Hemenway, Lashlev, Fisher, Einnison, Palmer, 6. H., Otter bacher, Mills, McDermott, Palmer, A. R., Wight, J. W., Wall, Vincent, Wadsworth, L. H Sheldon, Townsend, Arner, Folk, Ransom, Barnes, Serage, Stemple, Haskell, Horr, C. W., Misses Chapman, Johns, Palmer, Visher, Warner, Herrlck, NicolA, Benedict. I office, have both been confined to their homes during the past week with "grip, With their absense the Enterprise office is a little short- handed. P. 8. Brink has returned to his borne in Wellington, after a weeks vitft at the home of J. B. Osborn. His daughter, " j Edith, will remain until after New . ..x-llt. Gilcad Sentinel The Royal Arcanum at its last meeting elected the following officers for the en suing year: Regent, E. W. Adams, Vice Regent, W. B. Vlscher. Collector, T. F. Rodhouse. Treasurer, Wm. Vlsch er. Secretary, R. N.' Goodwfn. Orator. F. W. Bennett. Chaplain, W. H. Fisher. Guide, E. F. Webster. Warden, J. C. Artz. Sentinel, W. R. Wean. Repre sentative to Grand Lodge, Geo. L. Couch. Alternate, J.' C. Artz. .i' For Sale, Honet. Jul received a carload of Cleveland norses. 1 will sell cheap or will ex change for sound, young marketable horses and pay the difference in cash. These horses are all acclimated and ready for work. Inquire of, , S. K. Warner, H mile south of Wellington, 0. 3tf-l Electric Light. Bills for electric lights are due the first ot each month, and payable at my office. An additional charge of 10 per cent after the 10th of the month will be charged. By order of the board. w. u. Han, clerk. 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