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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7,1914.
BEN GREET PLAYERS COMING CHAUTAUQUA WEEK v Vf'''-'VT-T'.'f v T' r vv'-V '"V"'.". v;?s few lifcrigagement of the Ben Greet Players for another season of Chautauqua work is a notable step in advance for the platform. Thirteen players, personally coached by Ben Greet, will appear here duriwr 'jatitauqua week in fchakespeare s fne Taming of the Shrew." Mr. Greet is considered one of the greatest living authorities on the English drama and is world famous for his remarkable production of The dramas presented by part with the sole pur- nanliniin rlntra MnAit Vu iin Dam ..4. J ""II. 1 a . "1 . t . i . . V K'oj" k"cu j cetB, auu vuaumuqua pairuas are assurea a rare treat in tnis entertainment. This Company Presents Shakespear's Taming of the Shrew" Saturday Night fp n to J tiU6U:u wmeu,: e as oeen conneciea witn me stage ior tnirty years and Has taugnt many actors perhaps more than any other man living today. V. c. y3lT:i iaJvlB Bfe K1en W1VU le minimum sxage eneci. mere is notning to detract attention from tne play. Every actor is experienced and competent, and each plays his hctmg the character as it should be, Absolutely correct diction and pronunciation are distinimishmir eharftcteriRtirai of the Ben fl Pi apmer We would again call your attention to the fact that we have a full line of Plows and Tillage Tools WADSWORTH f "I it At prices that are right and every piece is fully warranted. This Same Square Deal the Same to Everybody Miller & Sellisx 'om Crib i i Manufactured by A. TJ. Robinson r MEDINA, OHIO. . , Tkere are many more good reasons why it will pay any farmer or anybody who U obliged to store grain of any kind, to own one of these ever-lasting fire-thief-rat-mouse and bird nmnf calvanized iron and cement cribs. Also grain bins. r , - . . ,- - . Seeing the crib buys it. What it saves pays for prices. Address A. N. Robinson, Medina, Ohio, grain . Write for it WADSWORTH Word . has been received that Mrs. Dayton Boyer, of Akron, who was formerly a Miss Rohn, of Wadsworth township, is dead, and the remains will be brought here for burial in Woodlawn ceme tery. Miss. Mar jorie Durling has return ed from Bartlettsville, Oklahoma, where she has been living with- her mother, Mrs. J. H. Durling, and will make a six weeks' visit at the home of her friend, Miss Jessie Showers, of this place. ' Miss Ethel Goss left Saturday night to spend her vacation with friends In Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The women of the reformed church and guests of the northeast section were entertained at a lawn party at the home of D. H. Ricard Friday. Mrs. Thomas Birbeck and three children have left for their home in Tunnelton, W. Va. A 17 to 0 score graphicaMy de scribes what happened to the Wads worth ball team when they met the Wise Furnace Co., of Akron, here Saturday afternoon. It tells that Wadsworth never had a look-in from the start to the finish. Their fielding was the worst they ever exniDitea, and a total of two hits was the ex tent of their work with the stick. Sincere regret was expressed by the many friends of Rev. N. W. Stroup when they learned of his death at St Luke's hospital, Cleve land, on Friday night, as the result of an automobile accident on Inly 19. Rev. Mr. Stroup was superintendent of the Northwestern Ohio Methodist conference, and has frequently occu pied the Wadsworth pulpit He was 43 years of age, and had been edu cated at Drew Theological seminary, Madison, N. J.,' later taking post graduate courses at Johns Hopkins university, BaJtimore, " and Oxford university, England. Mrs. Stroup, who was with him at the time of the accident has not been informed of his death owing to her weakened con dition, caused by amputation of her left leg on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chrieman and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Chrisman of Warren, Pa., visited at the home of D. ChrlBraan, the latter part of the week. Dr. and Mrs. Chrisman and their guests attended the Chrisman family reunion at the home of Ar thur Chrisman, at Copley Center, Saturday.. Mrs. Llovd Hartzell and son, Hugh, who has been visiting mother at Doyleaton during X Carbon Removed From your Auto Cylinders while you wait. ,Your money back if you are not satisfied, i UESTEEH RESERVE GARAGE W. J. Swisher of New London, for mer publisher of the Wadsworth Ban ner, motored to Wadsworth Saturday, visiting at the home of E. L. Hocken- smith. He announces his intention of leaving New London in the near future to locate in Oberlin. Mrs. F. M. Plank and Mrs. C. E. Hoover of Medina, visited friends here last week. Miss Arline Harter and brother of ittsburg are visiting at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Wil- iam Yockey. They were formerly of this place. The annual picnic of the Reformed church will be held one week from tomorrow at the Sharon comp meet ing grounds. ' Mr. and Mrs. TCohert Dobson and two children, and Mr. and Mrs. Wil Dobson and son of Cleveland, Joseph Hirkbeck of England, and Mrs, Georee Harper of this place, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thorn as Simester, Jr., Lincoln place. Mrs. Dayton Boyer, a former resi dent of this place, was buried in the mausoleum of Woodlawn cemetery Monday morning. B. Hillard is suffering from a frac tured right wrist which he sustained when the crank of his automobile flew around and struck him while he j was endeavoring to start the machine Sunday morning. The annual reunion of the Eirk beck family, held at the home of John Birkbeck, Sr., two and one-half miles northwest of town Saturday, was a most enjoyable event About 100 persons were present, of whom many were from Wadsworth. ERHA3T Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Haury, Jas. Wil son and wife and Albert Meyers spent Sunday on the lake in Cleveland. A large crowd from Cleveland spent Sunday at Frank Frieze's. They maae the journey in a large truck. Mr. W. J. Tincher spent Sunday ev ening in Valley City. Miss Ida Rembart has moved to Cleveland. Miss Mary Neff is working at A. Bihn's this week Mrs. Wm. Irwin is visiting her sis ter in Cleveland this week. Mrs. Joe Humm is spending the week at Detroit Mr. Joe Degman has puurchased a new auto. . Mrs. Simon is visiting her sister in Mercer county. Miss Hilda Nilges and Miss Tresz Stouss made a business trip to Medi na last week. Mrs. Kate Bower is visiting in .the city of Cleveland. Miss Sanford of Medina is visiting at Mrs. Wm. Trambact's this week. FOR SALE One light work horse, 1 yearling colt, 1 surrey, 1 road wagon, 1 single harness, 1 I. H. C. 3 H. P. gas engine, good as new. W. E. Bowman, Medina, 0. 481 Itching, torturing skin eruptions disfigure, annoy and drive one wM. Doan's Ointment is praised for its work. 50c at all drug stores. Hot DITCH SALE l Notice is hereby given that the work of the construction of the Strone-Porter Ditch, in Seville Vil lage. Medina County, Ohio, petitioned for by E. J. Bell, E. K. Kerr, et al., will be sold at Dublic outcry to the lowest responsible bidders on Wed nesdav. Aurust 12th. 1914. The place of the sale to be on the nrooerty oi Edith a. uuon, 101 jno, 44, Seville Village. Sale to com mence at 10:00 o'clock a. m. Begin ing at the C. S. & C. R, R. bridge over said ditch, thence northerly to the south line of Market street Specifications of the work and the terms will be made known the day of the sale. By order of the Commissioners of said county. L. P. CARVER. 48-1 Auditor. LEGAL NOTICE Walter B. Houts, whose place of residence is unknown to plaintiff, will take notice that Carrie E. Hout has neJfiled her petition against bini f or di thejvorce, custody of child, and equitable HOWS THIS? Ws offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrrh that cannot be cured by 'Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last IS years and belive him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made bv his firm. past week and attending-the Chau tauqua, has returned home. Mrs. Josiah Ware of Johnson's Corners, visited in Wadsworth, Sun day. Mrs. J. B. Hackethorn and daugh ter, LaVonne, have returned-from a few day's visit with relatives near Sterling. Unfavorable weather prevented the union services being held in the park Sunday night, and the meeting was held in the Mennonite church. Rev. G. . T. N. Beam of the reformed church delivered ft forceful addresa before H&r4 ftttdteac - 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,1 by her 45-6 Attorney, J. W. Seymour Weather Necessities Boys' Wash Suits, different pat terns and different materials, a great assortment, prices 50c to $2.50 Boys Base Ball Uniforms, caps, pants, shirt, belt, sizes 6 to 14 yr. price 1.00. NECKWARE, Four-in-hands, bows, strings and tecks all new shades and shapes 25c and 50c INTERWOVEN HOSIERY, the kind that war, both cotton and silk 25 and 50c UNDERWEAR, two piece and union suits, of all kinds, 25c to $1 .50 a suit for men and boys. Hats and Caps for this time of year, different styles made of cloth, straw, felt and silk, prices 25c to $5.00 Son O.I.Leach& Clothiers, Hatters and Haberdashers 42 and 43 Public Square Many ills come from impure blood. Can't have pure blood with faulty in digestion, lazy liver and sluggish bowls. Burdock Blood Bitten is rec ommended for strenghtening stom ach, bowles and liver raid purifying the blood. , " . , ; , , nU D I DIIRn Practice limited to EAR, NOSE AND THROAT AND FIT, UNO OF GLASSES. Office over O. N. Uach & Son's clothing store. Office day every Saturday. CASTORIA For Infanta and Chfi&ea Sn Uto Fcr Cvcr SO Ycrs Always boara ' rt::i m .3, V