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HE MEDINA SENTINEL FRIDAY, JULY SI, J8l4i
13 TH'S W"JL. ' INI KM y II i n I If -I r : ,1 wm i s r j A . "" " ' irt'f ""fin'"'' Ha Bangf Another A Blowout ! WHEN you have a blowout on the roud or your engine t?s wrung or something elpe cots out of gear we are at jour service. We tow "dead" cars home or we epnir thera on the spot. If you can reach us with your own iwer we guarantee to locate the trouble at once and fix It right at least cost to you. This garage is at your service at all hours for quick repairing. Just phone. You will re ceive prompt and efficient attention. Western Reserve Garage W. E. BOWiYlAIM. Prop Phone 1300 Medina, O Fare 3 22 DAILY BETWEEN LEVELAND 5(j)UFFALO 5r . f TUV r.BMT im UClNTBtt r mtm-i-r warn L id Magnificat Stnmn "City of Ens" and "City of Buffalo" Daily CLEVELAND and BUFFALO-May l.t to Dee. l.t Leare ClewUna 9:00 P.M. Lnva Bufitlo . . 9:00 P.M. Anvra Baftilo . . 7 JO A.M. Amy. Clcrelusd . 7:30 A.M. ' (Ewten. Time) SUMMER LAKE TRIPS DAILY -TO CEDAR POINT and PUT-IN-BAY and RETURN $1X0 Una Clerrelmd 1:30 A. 1L Returning Airir. ClereUod , . 8:30 P. M. (EutcraTime) Odar Point aortae twru about Jam 2Sth TRI-WEEKLY STEAMER TO PORT STANLEY AND RONDEAU. CANADA Lam Cleniud Odd data ia J one, odd duel In July , vea data iaAeg., odd dau.aSepL---UP.)f. tlaa. 21 to Seat. SI ENQUIRE OTY TICKET OrTKE 19 TaytorArcad. DOCK 1290 Waat 114 St FOR RENT -17 acres of good pas ture. W. G. STELNGASS, Me dina, Ohio. '46tf If you want clean hands- use N Ul ISUJJ all croccm. For Farms And Village Property See Donaldson 60 acre fan..; good 8-room, 2-story house; fair barn; on C. S. & C. Electric line; in Brunswick Township; fertile soil, well-watered, some timber: just the home for some business man in Cleveland. Price reasonable. ' No. 67J4-A 20 acre farm, cheap; about 18 miles from Cleveland City limits. See Donaldson At once. Satisfaction IS A BIG PART OF THIS EARTHLY EXISTANCE. WE'LL HELP YOU SO FAR AS NICE-FITTING, WELL-APPEARING LAUNDRY GOES AND THAT ; IS A LOT, TOO. JUST LOOK US UP IN THE DIRECTORY. WE'LL DO THE REST. The Medina Laundry PH0NB IBM OB MM Carbon Removed From your Auto Cylinders while you wait. Your money back if you are not satisfied. WESTERN RESERVE 6ARAGE COMMUNICATIONS Phone 1300 Medial, 0 From MARTIN L. DAVEY I read with interest the article in your issue of July 17th written by my opponent, the Hon. E. R. Bathrick. . The charge made by. him regarding my recommendation for the Post office at Kent was fully answered in a let ter which I wrote to the editor of the Cleveland Leader. It strikes me that Mr. Battriel: is desperately in search of campaign material. I am quite sure that fee twuld do his cause more good by explIaSnSng the multitude of his official acts which have been the cause of so much censure, rather than harping on one lonely letter which I wrote as ft private citizen. Again he fails to include the pe tition of the five Democratic candi dates for the Kent Post Office who were in harmony wth this letter fffiffl myself. Again he dodges the charges pf disloyalty to the party, unfaithful ness to fcis campaign pledges and ar Wfcance and discourtesy to the party workers. TheSe'ate" & tMrtgi Bh-; cerning which thi D6m0cf&W of the new fourteenth district desire infor,, nation and explanation froj' him. Let him explain if he ccjrWfiy the bit terness p-gfinst ..him is so general among Democrats in towns like Hud son, Cuyahoga Falls, Akron, Kenmore, Barberton, Ravenna, Atwater, Way land, Warren, Niles and many other places throughout the whole nine teenth district Let him explain if he can his disloyalty to the Democrat ic party in his condemnation of Gov. Cox. Let him explain if he can his unfaithfulness to his campaign pledges in his opposition to the Wilson-Underwood Tariff Bill. Let him explain why he absolutely broke his promise to the editor of the Barberton News. Let him explain why he absolutely broke his promises to the Democrats at Ravenna and is even now playing an underhanded game to break the Portage County Organ ization. Let him explain why he tried to put a Republican 0"r as Post Master at Warren and why he did finally appoint the man selected by this Republican. Let him er.plain his arrogance and discourtes to he Pern ocratic Organization of Trumbull County, also. When he has finished explaining all these things which are his official acts then it may be he would be justified in digging up one lonely letter which I wrote as a private citizen. Mr. Bathrick is on the defensive. He has many, many things smacking of ir regularity and disloyalty which he must explain and in the absence of a satisfactory explanation he must stand convicted before the Demo cratic voters. Mr. Bathrick stated that the Dem ocrat whom he appointed as Post 1 Master at Kent "is now giving good to Kent" He should have . said that the Kent Post Master is now giving good service to Mr. Bath rick. I chaige that there is a Post TflHr's. rim ftr.tivelv and riestierate- lv at work to save Mr. Bathrick's pol- . i l j i. i: r 1 1 luctu ioriunts, nobwiuisuuiuiug t,:ic fact that they are drawing pay from . tlio TTnitoft Sttpa fiftwrnmeTit smd ' under instructidns to 'keep out of all i Politics. ". W-l He states that I have capitalized ; Air the strife that he has stirred un. He admits that there is a great deal. n i m . 1 il V l oi sirue. in one Dream ne states that I have capitalized all this strife and in another he rlaims that the dis appointed ones are still his friends He is as inconsistent in this matter as he has been throughout his official career. 1 am sorry that the strife ex isted. . I am sorry that it seemed nec essary for another man to seek the congressional nomination, hut I am glad to say that it was not necessary for me to capitalize this strife at all. Several hundred men who are bitterly opposed to Mr. Bathrick because of his treatment of them enlisted under my standard . without effort on my part My opponent claims that the s tate ments which I have made concerning his failure to properly support Pres ident Wilson's program and the Balt imore platform are not true. He sure ly must realize that it takes more than a mere denial to prove a point Let him explain if he can why it was necessary for the Administration to threaten to take his patronage away from him if he did not line up. Let him explain if he can his strenuous effort to defeat the Tariff Program and his special fight on free wool and free sugar contrary to his campaign pledges and the Baltimore platfoun. If b voted for it because he was cabbed into it he cannot take any credit unto himself for rhis. Sincerely yours, M. Davey. Wanted Hay bailer second hand, good condition.. Address Sentinel .X. O. 40tf. From Congressman E. R. BATHRICK My opponents have encouraged mis statements . and misunderstandings, but I am convinced that everybody will understand that there are two sides to every question. To all who ask, I will send jage and date of the Congressional Record showing my votes on the : important measures. These will refute some misstatements. ; I cannot leave Washington now and properly .perform the duties of my office, and I may not be able to tour the district before the August 11th Primaries. All I can do now is to write to you? If you are in doubt WRITE TO ME. That would be the fair hing for the voters to do. It would hardly seem fair to take the word of, my opponents on all matters. am now serving my second term in Congress. Experience may be use ful. Surely, the lack of it is no re commendation, Aside from Legisla tion, ther aro duttefi to be performed Of great and small importance to Commerce, Labor, , Agriculture, Vet eran Boldiers and society generally, in the district I know how, now, bet ter than I did, and better than one who has had no experience. Congress is not a vacation. It is the greatest deliberative body on earth, where the very destiny of our nation and its free institutions centre. There will be a struggle this fall to destroy our Democratic majority in Congress and to overthrow our good work. May I suggest that I can de fend Democratic principles and legis lation in the district better than some whose ambitions are more mature than their experience? I was elected in 1910 in the his toric 19th district, against a large united normal Republican majority; re-elected in that district in 1912 by a pluralty of nearly 4,400. In thi3 lat ter campaign my vote was 2,209 more than that received by President Wil son and 2,610 more than was received by Governor Cox. I mention this only as a matter of some personal pride and evidence of confidence im posed in me. For the information of those who reside in new counties of this district, and whom, owing to my being obliged to remain in Washington, I have never met, I will state that I am 51 years of age and for 30 years have fought for Democratic principles and for men who I thought would carry them out I was born on the farm and my lfe has been spent in various occupations of Commerce, with av erage success. This is my first office I have ever held. I give below a brief synopsis cf work completed or under way during my time in Congress and in which I have had a part Low tariff. There was a general demand for this and none can deny that it was the one big thing that placed the Democrats in power. There are 4,100 items in the tariff law and to expect human beings to adjust them all perfectly is too much to expect. Experience thus far.; in dicates that our tariff law is inmost respects a fair medium between high tariff as one extreme and free trade as the other extreme. I have also done my part in securing a better banking and currency law intended to prevent the centralization of money and credit in the hands of what has been known as the money trust The income tax which better dis tributes the burdens of government; a law declaring that the laborer and the farmer are not "trusts" and are not to be classed as such with the Standard Oil Company or the Tobacco Trust etc., yet, without gving illegal privilages to any; the direct election of United States Senators by. the people; the Sherwood pension law for old soldiers and a law for the widows and minor children of Spanish War Veterans; revision of the rules of the House of Representatives to destroy one-man power; the parcels post law, of great advantage to city and coun try; a workman's compensation law; restoration of the right of petition to government employees , and an eight hour day on government work; a law to prohibit stock exchange gam bling in food stuffs;, a department of labor and a labor member of the President's Cabinet; the extension and revitalizing of the Department of Commerce with more liberal appro priations to enable it to aid better in the advancement of our Commerce. As to those results which accrue from my own initiative I feel more modest, but I think I .need not apologize. The work of one member in a body of 433, is seldom distinguished in short service, and without enumer ation of other matters, I shall leave you to judge whether I am worthy of continuance in this office or not Sincerely Yours E. R. Bathrick ' tf!!!rf sAf '6m- f?f&fjflaf w Waal jjr ,Sf3 B wswnw w ' fry' ml Mi- tnl U0 The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in 1186 IOr over v years, uus vviua uw eiguauua v , mmmmm0 MUX lias Keen iiiauu uiiuvr ui jjc- Stf-iP- ' sonal supervision since Its Infancy; ! Z&ZsJkiAA- A Haw immia tn A aaaIva von In this. a it ni..o4t. . Tmltof Inrna n.nfl .Titit.na.rnnl " fir ft bnt Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ot Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.. Castorfa Tl harnlessgnb8titate'for Castor dfl,"pa ttorto, Drops and Soothing Syrnps. It Is pleasant. It? contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic; (substance. Its age Is its guarantee. It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency. Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and -Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural Sleep. Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTOR! i A ALWAYS iBcars the Signature cf 3 - M . iiliiiHIIIHIg I IK" In Use for Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought 3 Don't Throw it Away l IF IT IS BROKEN WE CAN REPAIR IT t ,1f Let us save both your time and money by repairing your T broken machinery, engine parts and anything in cast iron, steel, brass, copper and aluminum, by our Autogenous Welding and X Braze Welding Process.' Original strength guaranteed. t; Auto-Cylinders, Auto-Frames, Aluminum Gank Cases F: Bent Axles, Lathe Parts, Printing Machinery, Agricultural Machinery, Engine Parts. Coooer Coils. Shrink Hoki. Shr 1'. Welding, Metal Welded .to worn parts. . Ill LI Iil . HIT lil I XTvT A TiT A TTTTHTT1 MA' ' 1 1 1 .I JAWaiAXlJO. XULdCJLVAJ .1, 1,411 JJ,( T Sales Agents of Oxy-Acetylene Welding Apparatus R. D. FILDES. Manager ' Phone, 302 MM At the Grocery and BaEcery Look at What? ur Stock to be Sure! Our prices, which you will find reasonable Foote arid Hartman o Phone 2047 Phone 2047 easoim Ticket In arranging for a Redpath Chautauqua here this summer the IcKial committee secured a thousand $250 i season tickets which will be sold for $2.00 each. ; When these tickets are gone no season tickets can be had for less than $2,50. Also the price of season tickets will not be reduced from the first day to the close of the Chautauqua. The single admissions to the various sessions of this Chautauqua will aggregate more than $7.50, so it will s pay you to buy a season ticket even after the program is half completed. Season tickets are not trans- ferable, except within the owner's family. Children's tickets, costing $1.00 each, admit children aged from 6 to 14 years, inclusive. Admission to the special children's work is frea ' , For admircion fees to the respective entertainments see the couvenir program, copies of which arc nor available.