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SOUTHWESTERN SYSTEM.;..
: Effective May 28. 1914 "
Locals leave Medina for Berea and
Cleveland at 6:22, 7:18, 8:13. 10:11 a
m. ,12:11, 1:42, 4:11, 6;11, 8:11, 10:11,
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Fellows
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Limiteds at 8:00, 8:16, 10:13, 10:42
a. m., 1:30, 4:13, 4:42, 6:42 p. m.
Locals leave Cleveland for Medina
at 6:08, 7:20, 9:20, 11:20 a. m., 1:20,
3:20, 5:20, 7:20, 9:20, 11:20 p. m.
Limiteds at 7:48, 9:48, 10:48, 11:48
. iu., 2:48, 3:48, 5:48, 7:48 p.. m.
Locals leave Medina for Chippewa
Lake, Seville, Creston, Wooster, Lodi,
West Salem, Ashland, Mansfield, Gal
ion, Bucyrus, at 7:26, 9:09, 11:09 a.
m, 1:09, 3:09, 5:09, 7:09, 9:09, 11:01
p. m., and 12:57 a. m., the latter for
Seville only.
Limiteds at 9:1, 11:15 a. m., 12:15,
1:15, 4:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 p. ra.
Wooster limiteds at 11:15. a. m.,
1:15, 5:15, 7:15 p. m.
Ashland, Mansfield, Galion and Bu
cyrus limiteds at 9:15 a. m., 12:15,
4:15, 9:15 p. m.
The ClcTelaad, Southwestern &
, Colombo Ry. Co.
Jtt flewtoa, Aient, Phone 1167
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Mr. Clarence Gark was in Cleve
land Sunday. ; ,
Mr. Carl Orth is spending the week
with his parents.
Miss Mildred Kramer Is visiting her
sister in Cleveland. .
Miss Pauline Shepard left Tuesday
for Palo Alto, Calif.
Miss Viva Sargeant and aunt spent
Wednesday in Cleveland.
Misses Sadie and Katherine Hunt
were in Berea Saturday.
Susan May Wilfred of Elyria is vis
iting at C. B. Huffman's.
Mr. A. J. Miller of Cleveland was
a Medina visitor Sunday.
Mr. J. F. Borger made a business
trip to Cleveland Wednesday.
liobcrt Barnes of Conneaut has
been visiting at H. C. Barnes'.
Mr. Louis Best of Cleveland spent
the week-end with his parents.
Mrs. Otto Harp of Wadsworth vis
ited Mrs. C. E. Hoover this week.
L. W. Boyden returned Saturday
from a 10-day trip through Iowa.
Mrs. F. M. Plank and Mrs. C. E.
Hoover were n Wadsworth last week.
Miss Margaret Nugent of Cleveland
spent the past week with her parents.
Carl Shane, Dana Whipple and E.
E, Fisher spent the past week at the
, lake. .
- Mrs. A. A. Gish and daughter, Mary
; Leah, spent Tuesday visiting in Cleve-
land. ; . v - .
M r.' Al C; Canfield of Litchfield was
visiting in Medina several days last
j week.. - . ' s-. . -r ',
'" Miss Mildred Kirkpatrick, who has
been at Kent .Normal school, is home
again. 1
Miss Esther Robinson of Pittsburgh
has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. N. O.
Fulter. ('' ; ..
Miss Bernice Turner of Allegan,
Mich., has been visiting Miss Lucille
Warren. , ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Senyard are
visiting her parentsMr. and Mrs. J.
Andrews.
Mrs. H. J. Ha'e and children of To
ledo visited recently at the N. S. Kel
log home. ,
Mrs. C. L. Wertz and daughter Es
ther have been visiting in Marion the
past week. i
H. A. Horn spent the past week
with his sons, Clarence and Burnice,
at Athens.
Mrs. Floyd Scranton of Des Moines,
Iowa, is visiting at Mr. and Mrs. R.
R, Strong's.
. Miss Lillian Frazer . who has been
visiting her father, 'returned to De
troit Friday. , ,
Miss Ruth Kennan is spending part
. of her vacation at Indian Lake in the
Adirondacks. ' ' -'
Miss Claudine Holmes and sister of
Columbus are guests of Mrs. Condon
for the week.
R. W. Boyden and family returned
Saturday from a two weeks' visit at
Chelcea, Mick.
Miss Ella Canavan . left Saturday
for a trip to New York city and other
eastern points.
Herbert Ridiker of Brunswick spent
Mrs. Edna Loomis.
Mrs. W. A. Fitch of Clifton Springs,
N. Y., visited her daughter, Mrs. Ray
Holcomb this week.
Mrs. W. R. Gibson of Lakewood, O.,
returned home Wednesday afternoon
with Mrs..C.-F. Davis. .
Miss Annie Shepard and nephew,
Charles Griesinger, are spending two
weeks in New York city. V
F. G. Foote and family returned
this week from a ten-day auto trip
through New York State.
Mrs. Estella Greenup and grand
daughter, Evelyn Nichols are on a
trip to Retroit and Canada.
Miss Minnie Wells and Rev. S. F.
Dimmock spent several days last week
attending Erie Side Conference.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Coulter and
. daughter of Akron have been visiting t
at Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Strong's.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ryan left Sun
day for a week's, vacation at Expo-
alllnn PnrV PAnnAtllit' T.oVa Pn .
' . Mrs. C. B. Harter"and daughter
Genevieve left for their home , at
Bcllingham, Wash., last Saturday.
' Mr. " and' Mrs. J. A.' Hobart are !
spending " two weeks with VF' E. '.Ed
wards and family at Crystal Lake, 111.
; Mrs. Harold Tubbs and Miss Marlon
Oviatt left this week for a visit with
Miss Cora Dillman at Belleville, Fa.
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A Public Meeting of the
Taxpayers and Voters of
Liverpool Township will be
held Friday Evening, Aug
ust 7th, at the Town Hall,
Valley City. Time: 8:15
Business-The Selection of
an "Inter-County Road"
for Liverpool Township."
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By Order of the Trustees
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Do you wish a hom in Medina with
all modern improvements? I have
such a home, for y oUs
A DOUBLI
HOUSE
The rent on one side pays interest on
your investment. You live 6 in the
other. Rent free.
Will also sell furniture and canned
fruit. '
Phone 3843 or call at
flflj South Vine St.
"Ri 'E. TOLG0R1
Mrs. J. T. Miller of Columbus is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah New
ton and other relatives and friends.
Mr. Joseph Pococtt of Kansas City
is visiting his mother and sister at
the home of his aunt, Miss DeArmond.
Rev. Phillip Kelser and wife vis
ited their daughter, Mrs. A. E. Wil
lctt, and family in Plymouth last Sun
day. '
J. T. Calvert family returned this
week from Oak Bluff, where they
have been spending the past two
weeks. ,.. .
Dudley Borger of Congress Lake,
will spend the week-end at the home
of his. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Borger. ' ,j
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Edwards of Phil
adelphia, are visiting their son Rev.
W. V. Edwards and wife at St Paul's
rectory.
Mrs. Mattie Sears, Mrs. James
Bachtell and Miss Helen Leach were
callers on Mr. and Mrs. John Beck
Saturday. .
, The Misses Ruth Ferriman, Evaline
and Florence Thatcher and Marcella
Fisher spent the past week at Chip
pewa Lake. .
Miss Flossie Case, a trained nurse
in a Philadelphia hospital, is visiting
her parents and sisters in Medina for
a few days.
Miss Pearl Wright and sister Grace
were in Cleveland last Wednesday.
Miss Grace Wright spent several days
at Erie Side. , '
Paul , Kelser, wife and child of
Westerville are spending a week with
Mr. Kelser'a parents,. Rev, and Mrs.
rtaUfi;Kciscr;,Vi.;.V' ;v:
v MIs3EHa Hendrkkson of Olmstead
Falls and Mrs. May E. Powers of
Wooster spent the past week visiting
at S. S. Oatman's.
Mr. and Mrs. Hcmer Brown of Ak
ron, who have been visiting his sister,
Mrs. Frank Sargent, returned to
their home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Newton and
daughters of Cleveland visited at the
home of his father, James Newton
and family over Sunday.
Misses Lena Clark and Nellie Ham-
merschmidt are spending a two
week's vacation at the home of Dillon
P. Clark in Bay City, Mich. '
Willis Leach and wife of Chicago
and Mrs. G. C. Dittenhaver and her
daughter of Paulding have been visit
ing at Mrs. Maggie Leach's. ,
Mr, and Mrs. Paul Kelser and chil
dren of Westerville are visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick
and Rev. and Mrs. Phillip Kelser.
Mrs. O. D. Allan and Mr. Carl Lutz
spent Wednesday of last week at
Wycliff-on-the-Lake visiting Miss L.
Allan, who is spending the summer
there. ' ;
Dr. G. H. Smith and wife, Miss Hel
en Clark and Dr. Smith's brother vis
ited the O. C. Barber farm on a Sun
day auto trip through Barberton and
Akron. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burnham left
Sunday "for Mackinac. From there
they will go to Torch Lake, Mich., for
a two weeks' visit ;
! Mr. Jerry Asire, brother of the
late William. Asire, is visiting in Me
dina after an absence of fifty years.
Mr. Asire ntRkes his home with Mr.
Judd Asire of Fostoria, O,
.' Mr. and Mrs. W. L. White, daugh
ter Helen, and grand-daughter Elsa
Pbthlnianh of Detroit Mich:;, visited
at I Hammerschmidt's from Wed-,
nesday until Sunday. Mr. White is a I
nephew of A. Washburn. , - k
. GET IN ON THE LOW SHOE DEAL
Mens $4. Tan or Black $2.95
Men's $3. $1.95
That's some bargain isn't it?
BUlWERE IS ANOTHER
Men's $4 and 3.50 Tan and Black
Low Shoes. Now $1.95.
GOOD NIGHT
GRIE SINGERS
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WE CAN
SERVE YOU
to your' advantage. Our
many patrons have always
found that their individual
needs receive personal and
painstaking attention and
they have come to look upon
this as a bank which is con
tinually working for their
interests.
Savings accounts are in
vited, Checking accounts,
either large of small, receiv
ed, Safe Deposit Boxes rent
ed, and Travelers' Cheques
furnished.
YOUR PATRONAGE '
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DONT FORGET
R. H. Cotton,
Life
Accident
Automobile
Insurance
No. 1054 Leader-News Bldg.,
Cleveland, Ohio.
Telephone Main. 5959. P.O. Box 222.
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KkR L. ABRAMS
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Good Coffee at 20 cents per pound.
.We are selling a small berry, full
flavored, roasted coffee at 20c a lb.
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Goods delivered to
Vour R. F. D. Cus-
tomers Parcel Post
A prescription is only valuable if it is filled correctly
and with pure drugs, We take special pains to see that
none but the highest grade drugs of acknowledged standard
merit are placed upon our shelves, so that when we fill your
prescription you have the satisfaction of knowing it could not
be filled any better in any place else in the world. You will
save money, too, because our prices are always reasonable.
Come to OUR Drug Store
THE BEST DRUG STORE
PREPAID
W. J. Wall
Com Dmi Store
Medina, O.
Our store is in
charge of a regist
ered Pharmacist at
ALL TIMES.
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MORTGAGES FOR SALE
We have first mortgage, real
estate loans for sale that are as
safe as any bond, and we can ab-
choicest residence properties in
locations where values are es
tablished. (Population of Akron
100,000) We will gladly pay all
expenses to any one coming to
Akron to look over these loans.
returnable to us.
solutely convince you if you will
A remarkably low price for present permit US to do so. We have
been making and selling these, We know we can convince you
values on coffee. Try it! If for any . kinds of loans for 25 years, and ; that they are just as we say
have sold more than $2,500,000 tney are. mey are made for 2
reason it does not please you, it is worth of mortgages ; have never &nd three years. We collect all
had a client lose one dollar. The interests accounts for you. All
mortgages will average in (interest is paid the day it is due.
in amount from $2500 . $2250. We are now collecting interest
Trv bottW of hfinz MiTHRnoM $2000, $1800, $1500, $1200, $700, on $985,000. The title to every
Try a bottle of HEINZ MUSHROOM . inrestlone 0f these mortgages has been
v :: r . ,, ' ! at 6t4 per cent. No one loan , is carefully examined by expert at-Kctcnup-A
One sauce for meats at Eny better than another. In no torncy in this line of work, . "
' ; y " 1 case does the value exceed.50 per When he says the title is clear it
SS eentt.bottUu;, ;. No loans on j is so. ;.
nntMnfnit. ' ficticious valued surburban prop- CHAS. ESSELBURN
... nOLStM BREAD? Qur loans on the1 Walsh Block, Akron, Ohio. 4G-4

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