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t , THE MEDINA SENTINEL,. FRIDAY, JU,31, 1914.
ComingRedpath Chautauqua ' , 7 BIG DAYS ' Ferullo and His Band: The Ben Greet Players Oratorio Artists Dr. Edward A, Steiner Collegian Quartet TAe Floyds, Magicians Mary Agnes Doyle Clifford G. Roc Tahan, Concerted Savage J. S. Knox, on Community Building r With a Complete Change of Music Each Day THIS WILL BE THE GREATEST WEEK OF THE SUMMER DONT MlSS IT , Season' tickets purchased by the local committee may be secured now for $2.00 each. Later they will cost you $2.50. Single admissions on the various entertainments aggregate more than $7.50. Get a Souvenir Program Containing Full list of Attractions f ''V' 1 i :a..-' Charles 11. Cannon Candidate for Clerk of Courts Medina County, Ohio Primaries Tuesday, Aug. II, 1914 Pump Owners Notice This If you have ever bought a pump here and will give me the name, number and purchase date of pump, you will receive a dandy broom holder. It is worth getting. A large assortment of pumps always on hand. Pumps promptly repaired. Tel. I!I0 123 Smith Road Roy B. Oatman. x7 Saskatchewan's Ten Year Record REAL ESTATE SERVICE Political Announcements FOR CONGRESS I ?w ,4iVi .: .8 4V ,S V' ' c V -VA: - - MartmLDavey Candidate for the Democratic Nomination Primary Dec, Tues. Aug. 11 WHY DAVEY? You an active Democrat have the Interest of the party at heart No one candidate Is essential to the Democratic party. I am not essential nor Is my opponent The whole problem Is to select as your nominee that man who can best harmonize the party forces and give the greatest chance of victory In the Fall election. In this spirit, I wish to discuss with you the subject of my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for con gress in the new 14th Ohio district (Portage, Summit, Medina and Lorain counties). This district Is strongly Republican under normal conditions. . In order to win, the Democratic nominee must have the solid support of his own party. My opponent Is now In congress. A little over a year aao he called caucus against President Wilson In an effort to defeat the tariff bill. He has antagonized the admlnlstra tlofi and the leaders of congress. Less than three months ago. hie stubborn Insistence on his proposed farm credit bill brought severe censure from the president and the leaders of congress. It was pronounced economically wrong and unfair and waa consigned to the waste basket. Farm credits had already been pro vided in the amended form of the fed era! reserve act ., -' : i i ' My opponent says emphatically that he le opposed to Bryan. He has openly and unjustly con demned Governor Cox, apparently from personal animosity. If he did not like Governor Cox, the decent thing for him as a Democrat wae to keep his peace. His condemnation of the governor Is being used against the Democratic party today. He has quarreled with practically all of the county organizations in nis district ' His arrogance and discourtesy to ward the oartv workers has aroused tremendous personal bitterness in hli own oarty. This bitterness Is not local, if n general. There is a large element In the Dem ocratlc party who say they will stop C nothing to defeat him if he is nomi nated. Harmony under his leadership is Im possible. The party Is divided against him, The admirers of President Wilson resent his actions. The friends of Bryan dislike his per sonal animosity. . s The supporters of Governor Cox con demn his disloyalty to the party. Hundreds of active Democrats ar bitter against him. These conditions existed because h created them. It is freely predicted that he eanno be elected If he Is nominated. IF HE IS TO BE DEFEATED, THE PRIMARY IS THE PLACE TO DO IT Theae are the reasons why I am a candidate: I am a candidate of my own free will. No one asked me to enter the race I am a candidate because the situa tlon demands another man. I come in the Interest of harmony I stand squarely with President VVII son in his apienaia enori io aood to the people on the Baltimore . platform. I have admired Bryan and believed in him since he first ran for president, I endorse the great work of Gover nor Cox for the people of Ohio, I stand for harmony In the party, both at Washington and at home. I believe in courtesy and co-opera' tlon as the only means to success. I am confident from the results to this date that I shall carry every coun. ty in the district on August 11th DO YOU ike the kind of Demo racy for which I stand? I would like to have your support and shall appreciate It , If I am elected. I shall keep the faith. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT N. H. McCLURE Herewith submits to the voters of Medina County his candidacy for tin- office of Common Pleas Judge to be chosen at the election in November of the present year. COMMON PLEAS JUDGE We are authorized to announce the name of JOHN D. OWEN of Wads- worth, Ohio, as a candidate for COM MON PLEAS JUDGE, subject to the decision of the Democratic primary, August 11, 1914. Lharles M. Cannon was born on a farm in Guilford Township, Medina County, Ohio in 1859. His ancestors were Scotch-Irish descent, attended District and High schools, taking a I business course in commercial law, was also a close student of the Eng lish and American law, spending near ly all his spare time reading the best books on the subject Engaged in business in Blake, O. for five years was appointed postmas ter at that place. Received a com mission as a notary public from Gov. J. B. Foraker in 1889, from Gov. W. M. McKinley in 1892, from Gov. Geo. K. Wash in 19UZ, from (iov. Judsonl Harmon in 1910, from Gov. James M. Cox in 1914. Elected Justice of Peace in 1910, elected again in 1914. Engaged in farming for several years, but for the last six years has been engaged in the mercantile busi ness at Medina, O. Loosing his en tire stock of goods in 1911 by fire, but soon resumed business again. Was ap pointed district assessor for Medina Village in 1914. He stands squarely on his past record and if nominated and elected, having a fair knowledge of law, is well .qualified to take care of the office. YRITE TODAY FOR MORE FACTS 1903 1913 Population 1140,500 675,000 Railway Mileage 1,053 5,355 Cities .2 27 Towns 11 :il Villages Jb 1281 Rural Municipalities :2 -"295 Banks -'36 405 Post Offices J143 : 1,485 Public Schools ( 606 . 3,226 High Schools 30 17 Universities 0 1 Telegraph & Telephone 16,585 Mileage 1,509 Surveyed areas, sq. im 64,152 12i;680 Crop area, acres 1,117,000 9,962,500 Crop bushels 25,250,000 : 243,500,000 Grain Elevators - 240 .1,424 IS HARD TO BEAT OUR LAND IS UNSURPASSED IN QUALITY in northern' latitudes. CHOICE LANDS OF MARVUTniTfl ttpbtti iTV,o. .;n.Aj, narv. I . m r-t I ' """"" iuiuu: ut 37-tf H 155 Tl K I IIFTIPr g00( towns ani 2od neighbors, can be purchased on easy terms of pay- i jb x mu w - i ment at C. S. RICE Democratic Candidate . , for ' SHERIFF MEDINA CO. Subject to decision of primaries ' Aug. Hth 1914. As is now well-known 1 am a can didate. for Sheriff of Medina County and submit the following facts: I was born in Chatham Township and have lived in the county all my life. My occupation has been farm ing and lumbering. Realizing that it will be impossible for me to call per sonaly on all the voters tnrougnoui the county, 1 feel that it is very im nortant that the citizens make a OF LITCHFIELD Democratic Candidate 5 ;;;'r- for; V: CLERK OF COURTS Primaries August U, J 9 14 To the Democrats of Medina County. I submit my candidacy for Sheriff. I failed of election two years ago by a very narrow margin and if you still have faith in my integrity and fitness Twenty (20) to Forty (40) Dollars per acre; and less for cash WHAT tS YOUR FARM WORTH PER ACRE? If you sold your Ohio farm and bought two or three times as many acres of our rich land, how much cash surplus would you have in the bank? This is the point that appeals to the progressive Iowa, Nebraska, Wiscon sin, and Minnesota farmer. In these states almost within a; generation the farmers have seen their lands increase from a few dollars an acre to $100.00 to $150.00 per acre and this history will be repeated in Ceticral'SaskalcS- ewan, and these progressive western Americans are selling thrr high priced land and buying a Saskatchewan farm for every member of the fam- ly, and they have money for buildings, implements and stock and a hand some cash balance in the bank. . How many bushels of wheat, oats, rye, barley, flax, potatoes, turnips, onions, etc., can you raise per acre and what can you get for them ? How many tons of hay, alfalfa, cabbage, etc? WHAT IS YOUR FARM WORTH PER ACRE? Then there are horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, poultry poultry! arid dairy products etc, I shall be pleased to request our Board of Trade to send you trustworthy information as to what we are doing in Central Saskatchewan. You will be for the office. I will reatlv anDreciate thorough investigation as to a man's your 8UPport in the primary on Aug. astonished to learn of the marvelous productiveness of owe soil. 'and' our character, also as to his ability to handle the office to which he aspires. Trutsine that upon., investigation you will give me your support at the frimaries and election, and if elected shall endeavor to give you no cause to regret the assistance and help given me. Thankng you for your support, C. S. RICE 11, 1914. Respectfully, R. L. GEHMAN. LEHTZS MESSAGE MartinL.Davey Candidate for the Democratic nomination for congress in the new Uth district. V For the Party's Sake, Vote for The Man Who Can Win! S. S. Flickinger Seville, Ohio ' Candidate for CLEBK of COURTS Subject to Primaries Aug. U, 1914 James P. Seward Richland County Democratic candidate for Sen ator 27th and 29th Toint Sen- ,''"".'':' atorial District, re-election. TO YOU I am doubly aDnrecIatlvtt of the fact that you art with me In my fight. I am fighting your battle and your co operation la my strength. Stand-Datlsm haa been rebuked. It must not be revived. TToon my llfo'a record ef thVnn done and prom iaea kept I ask you to nominate ana elect me to tne unitea Biaiei oenaie as your advocate and representative. Tou may not know what others favor, but' I 1TAND FOR Platforms a a aaored contracts. Universal peace. Wilson and Bryan whom X helped to place in power. Popular election of presidents and post masters. Installation of telegraph In every post office. Extension of parcel post More dollars for health and education lesa dollars for battleships. Initiative, referendum, recall of all crooked oflHals. No hog combine in ofllceholdlng. Widows' pensions and against child labor. John J. Lents, WHITE, PHONHOR 8EB Tour frlpnrtu and neighbors. Ask them to ko with you to the primary and make HON. JOHN J. LENTZ OHIO'S NJSXT SENATOR. Alwave standing shoulder to shoulder with Wilson and Bryan he has hefped Democracy to win its greatest victories, He Is rn able champion of the people's rlC'its, free, clear eml unencumbered by trv?ts or special Interests. Rhnll the neorile of Ohio have a reprft srntative Ir the United States SenateT It's up to you. LenU w your friend. DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR VOTE. The' contfRt hn dwi?dlirt to Lenta vs, Hogan, with Lenta In the lead. Vote August 11 for Lenta.' Every bullet marked like this one wi'l help put Wilson nnil Bryan's friend and your friend in the Scnale: LEROY EXTENSION SCHOOL Some time ago the people of Le Roy and vicinity petitioned the Col lege of Agriculture, Oho State Un iresity, for one . week Agricutural Extension School during the coming winter. Word has just been received from Clark S. Wheeler, Supervisor of Extension Schools, that the petition has been granted. The date of the school is Dec. 28 to January 1. Only about half the counties in the state .were granted Extension Schools this year so that places which did se cure schools are congratulating them selves. Members of the faculty of the College of Agriculture will give instruction thruout the week in Farm Crops, Soil Fertility and Animal Hus bandry. An additional instructor will be sent for one day to give talks oh poultry. Two women from the Do mestic Science department of the col lege will lecture on Home Making and give demonstrations. Childroxi dry FOR FLETCHER'S CAOTOPJA WAKTEDA competent fcUl bookkeeper and clerk. Foote K&rtma. for LENTZ HOGAN HOWARD H. WEAVER of Seville herewith amotnrccs to the Democrat- ! ic voters of Medina County that he is and a candidate tor the nomination of I RTTffPTFIT.-tt K vfttH fnr at ih tri. ' ! maries, held on the 11th of August the Wood. market prices. FROM THE ABOVE TEN YEAR RECORD CAN YOU FORC1ST THE NEXT TEN OR TWENTY YEARS OF CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT AND EXPANSION IN THIS PROVINC? CAN YOU ESTIMATE WHAT IT WOULD MEAN TO YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN TO BE A PART OF THIS GREAT FORWARD MOVEMENT? CAN YOU RE ALIZE THAT EACH TEN YEAR PERIOD WILL DO MORE FOR THIS PROGRESSIVE COUNTRY THAN HALF A CENTURY WILL DO FOR YOU? Alired F. BurJom Real Estate Service Investments Farm Xaods Saskatoon, Canada LEGAL NOTICE Walter B. Houts, whose place of residence is unknown to plaintiff will take notice that Carrie E. Hout has filed her petition against him for di vorce, custody of child, and equitable relief in case No. 4405 in the Court of Common Pleas of Medina County. Said divorce is asked on the ground of gross neglect of duty and extreme cruelty and will be for hearing on and after August 22, A. D. 1914. , Carrie E. Houts, by her 45-6 Attorney, J. W. Seymour Many ills come from impure blood. Can't, have pure blood with faulty in digestion, 'lazy liver and sluggish bowls. Burdock Blood Bitters is rec ommended for Etrenghtening stom ach, bowlea and liver' end purifying AKRON STOMACH YICTIMS ARE RESTORED BY HAYR'S REMEDY A. M. George Gets Rid of Malady After Several Years of Suffering. A. M. George, who has offices at 304 Walsh Building, Akron, was for many years a sufferer from stomach ailments. He tried a good many treatments and took many medicines. At last he found Mayrs Wonderful Stomach Remedy. The relief he sought came swiftly. He wrote: "It is wonderful what results I re ceived. 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