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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7,1914.
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Car Up!
SOME autolsta batter the life out
of a car by useless speed, uu
wle driving and constant neg
lect of little things.
Don't you do it.
Let us overhaul your engine and
put everything in tiptop running
shape for the busy season strain
Then take good care of your mr
This is sound advice, isn't tt?
Let us overhaul your car now. Expert
mechanics to do the work. Prices loy. Care
ful and efficient service.
Phone 1300
Western Reserve Garage
W. E. BOWMAN, Prop
Medina, O
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
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BECAUSE he is a man of business sense, broad in views,
fair in principles, and of the type needed ia the. United
States Senate at this time.
BECAUSE as a manufacturer with never even a labor dis
pute to mar his pleasant relations with wage-workers; as a
progressive farmer esteemed
by his neighbors; as a lawyer
honored by the bar and re
spected by fellow townsmen;
and as a live citizen enjoying
the confidence and affection
of Springfield people; he is in
sympathy with and naturally
represents the varied interests
that have made Ohio one of
the greatest commonwealths
in population and commerce.
BECAUSE of his long years
of party activity, Democratic
zeal and devotion to the great
principles that distinguish the
party that haa &ood ail these years for the rights of the masses.
BECAUSE his cs tr-pdgn has keen conducted with the dignity
that harrr.br.izea v;i !. 'no high ofEce he seeks, and has been
free from abuse, complaints end acrimony.
BECAUSE he has given his time, money and energy to the
promotion of the highest standards of education, and has
helped scores of young men through college.
BECAUSE if he should be nominated and elected, a thing
the Fates appear to have decreed, then he will go to Wash
ington and do his full duty along lines marked out by the best
judgment from the broadest basis.
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JOHN L. ZIMMERMAN
Vote for John L. Zimmerman for U. S. Senator;
1 Democratic Primaries., August 11, 1914
VALLEY CITY
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF HUDSON:
"I know you don't like it, but what in h arc you go
ing to do about it."
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF KENMORE:
"It makes no difference who the people of Kenxnore
want, I'm going to appoint this man."
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF BARBERTON:
"I tell you it's settled. I can't talk to you."
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF AKRON:
"Not by a d sight. It's my prerogative to appoint
whom I please."
Resolution: Adopted by the democrats of Nile, Ohio, In convention
assembled July 25, 1913. (Printed In the Niles Independent, August 1, 1913).
Resolved, That we deplore the fiCt that our representative in Congress,
Kan. E. R. Rathrick, antagonized the policies of our President in his first
great undertaking of tariff reform and that his threats of bolting as pub
fttfied daily in Associated Press dispatches, put our district in a false posl-
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Resolved, That his arbitrary action in dispensing Federal patronage in
dependent of the wishes of the various committees that form our organiza
m, and his absolute indifference to the wishes jof the rank and file of our
ptny nm crioa aiuencion ana lurmon inrougnoui ine aieinci wnich la
aSIctt embarrassing to the President and detrimental to party interests.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Stranahan of
Cleveland are spending several day3
with the former's sister, Mrs. Fred
Bauer.
Mrs. Ernest Bennett returned to
her home in Chicago Wednesday.
Mrs. 0. F. Murray, Misses Gertrude
and Marie Sailer and Mrs. H. Sanfard
attended the Ashland K. of P. picnic
at Chippewa Lake last Thursday.
' Mr. Wm.' Under and family of
Cleveland are spending the week at
John Reutter's.
Mr. Albert Hoppe left Tuesday
morning for Alberta, Canada, where
he has some land. Mrs. Hoppe will
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Goodman of Grafton during his ab
sence. Miss Mildred Prescher of Cleveland
Hoeffler were guests at J. A. Sailer's
on Sunday.
Mrs. Julia Dietrich end daughter of
Detroit are visiting at Fred Weidner's
It has been reported that wedding
bells will be ringing on Mapledale
avenue and Grafton road in the near
future.
Misses Esther and Hilda Roth were
visiting in Cleveland several days
last week.
Miss Alvine Muntz is employed in
the jewelry 'tore of Mr. L. J. Checil
in Cleveland.
Mrs. Will Weber is visiting her par
ents in north west Indiana this week.
Mr. Ed. Grabenstetter and wife of
Cleveland spent several days last
week at Louis Yost's.
. Mr. Joe Leavith of Lakewood is vis
iting friends here.
The postomce has been moved into
the new Federal building on W. Main
street, and. on Saturday evening the
"Liverpool band" gave special music
and speeches were also given by the
prominent Liverpool speakers in hon
or of the new building and the new
postmaster.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Geiger of Berea
and Miss Bertha Strosacker of Valley
City were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Frank of the State road.
H. R. Carr and wife and Mrs. J. H.
Miller of Lorain were the guests of
R. E. Cavr on Sunday.
Mr. Arthur Bennett was looking
after his , politica) interests in 'the
southern part' of the county on Tues
day. (Mr. Bennett' also caught a
large possum on his way home. Ed.)
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Stebel and her
daughter Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. R.
A. Brintnall, Miss Florence Obermil
ler and Miss Stella Yost spent Sun
day at Chippewa Lake.
Hallie W. Bennett of Chicago is
spending several days at Mr. Ed
ward Bauer's on Methodist road.
The three waeons have arrived
The Kind Yon Have Always Boaght, and which has beea
in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of
ana uas ceen xnaae under bis per
sonal supervision since its Infancy.
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All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health oC
Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment.
Whit is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms
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.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
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GENUINE OAS
ALWAYS
Bears the Signature cf
In Use For Over .30,, Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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: H. A. WAITE
Funeral Director
Embalmer
.North Side Publip Square Office Phone 4080
C. Prescher on W. Main street.
.A dance will be held Saturday
in
the town hall with music from a Cleve
land orchestra.
Miss Edna Platz has returned to
her home for a stay of several weeks.
Miss Inez Goodman returned homo
m vr.Ii MTV 111 T
which are to haul the children to and Wednesday after havin an operation
from school. ' I0r appenaicius at the German hospi-
Mr. Vantalburg, Charles Davis and tel in Cleveland. ,
John Vantalburg of Ashland were the (Neither Arthur Bennett nor Doc.
guests of Dr. A. G. Appleby on Sun- Brintnall had anything on the Senti-
Hav ne n tne possum chase Tueaday
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Mjr. iv. a. xjriiaiitiii was looKinz ai-
tcr his political interests in the south-f
em part ol the county Tuesday. (He
also indulged in the possum hunt)
is spending several days with Mrs. L. planning to go to Niagara Falls thev
wm leave on oaiuraay.
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Swartz and
sister, Mrs. Waltz were in Cleveland
the first part of the week.
Dr. J. J. Wall has trmost entirely
recovered from his recent illness.
Miss Mary Phillips returned Mon
day evening from a week's sojourn
in Wooster.
Mr. Gaylord Alexander has the
cantract for cleaning the school house
of the special district ,
The township Sunday school picnic
will be held at Lance's Grove on Sat
urday, Aug. 15.
MALLEI CREEK
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Mrs. H. Sanford who has been vis-1 vwa hv vv AnCi,in kv.j
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to her home in Elyria and Mrs. j. A.
Sailer has returned with her for a
week's visit
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hagerman of
Lorain were the guests of Wm. Of
fenberg on N. River road on Sunday.
Mr. Frank Schaefer of Belden, aged
64 years, died August 1 and was bur
ied at St Martin's church on the 4th
of August Services were held by Rev.
Kitter.
Miss Muldred Prescher of Cleveland
ter district; Mr. Robt Lance, district
xso. i; miss Mae waltz, rhart dis
trict; Miss Lucille Blakeslee, district
No. 5; Miss Eva Herrold, district No.
Miss Fox of Wooster has been hired
for the primary room of the special
district
Mrs. Belle Carrlngton Ferguson,
who is visiting her mother here, will
sing a solo at the Congregational
church next Sunday morning. . t
Miss Bertha Bohioy of Elyria was
at her parent's home Sunday.-
Mr And Mrs. Julius Wolf are now
Mrs. Rowlev ia vfa't.nr
Mrs. Kimber.
The Congregational choir will meet
Friday evening for rehersal.
Rev. C. E. Mummey of Cincinnati
will preach at the 1 Congregational
next Sunday.
Mrs. Geo. Hooper Is spending her
vacation with relatives in the south
ern part of the state.
Miss Lillie Gerwin of Gibsonburg
has been visiting her friend, Miss H.
Wolf. The two young ladies spent a
part of last week in Wooster and the
city of Cleveland.
The Ladies' Society of the Congre
gational church will hold a w mil ni
meeting next Thursday afternoon. A
supper will be Served by the second
division, Mrs. J. H. Bachtell, chair
man. Mr. Perry Phillips has gone west
for a trip to Denver.
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ii Ticket S
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In arranging for a Redpath Chautauqua here this summer the local committee secured a thousand $250
season tickets which will be sold for $2.00 each. ". . ' : '
When these tickets are gone no season tickets can be had for less than1 $250. 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 $750, so it will
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
spcoal children s work is free. .
For admission fees to the respective cntertainmenb cee the souvenir program, copies of which

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