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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7,1914.
a 0 nnnuvuwuuu ruuinruvmuann i i LOCAL EVENTS awinruinnruiruiruvnnjinjuinni The precinct election officers at the coming primaries will be the sanu as at the November elections. There were 1837 signatures tc the dry amendment petition in the sis days canvass in Medina County. Advertised letters at the Medina postoffice are for: Leo Baker, Odie R. Coats, W. F. Folios, J. N. Reare. Mr. William Racker had the mis fortune of hurting his fingers while working in the saw room at the A. I. Root Co., on Wednesday. . The four-year-old son of Chas. Bixler of Wooster, who is encampec at the upper Chippewa grounds, wat taken seriously ill Sunday, but is now somewhat better. If you are a real Democrat, don t miss getting your vote in early Tues day morning. You can't hope for any thing by remaining at home. If all Democrats vote, the rest is easy. The Clytean club held a picnic supper Friday night at the homei of C. J. Warren in honor of Mist; Bernice Turner, who was visiting Miss Lucille Warren. ' The severe storm which swept the county last Sunday afternoon put about 200 local phones out of commis sion for the time being. The damage was quickly repaired. The Sunday school of the Church of Christ was favored by having three photo cuts of their school in the last mblication of the Look-out, a month y paper in the interest of Bible schools. Mrs. F. W. Hass and Mrs. John Beck entertained the Standard Bear er's at the former's home on Tuesday evening. This was the yearly meet ing of the club and the evening was a most enjoyable one. We are requested by Auditor Gar ver to announce that the meeting of the county budget commission wnich was scheduled to be held at the court house, Aug. 15, has been changed to Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. N. N. Yoaer of Wadsworth, M. F. Jones of Lodi and Albert Rex of Mont ville, forming the new board of com plaint, met at the court house Monday and elected Mr. Yoder president of the board. Adjournment was then made for a week from Monday. A petition was circulated Thurs day to have the band concerts on Sat urday ev?nings again, instead of on Thursday evenings. The petition was rather generally signed ana we are authorized to state that the next con cert will be on next Saturday night Gail Thomas, employed in the printing department of the A. I. Root Co., had the misfortune to get a small fleck of steel in his eye Wednes day morning ,which required the hur ried services of a surgeon. Thomas was at work again Thursday morning. - Go to the polls early Tuesday morning. Wear your glasses, take plenty of time to consider your ballot and then deposit it with all the air and carriage of a peacock, with head erect and tail rising. Of course this item is directed primarily to Demo crats. On Wednesday evening, Aug. 12, the men's class of the M. E. church will give a banquet to the men of the Methodist church at Wadsworth. The ""men from Wadsworth will be here in large force. The meeting will be ad dressed by the Rev. Charles Soer heide, superintendent of the Cleveland Rescue Mission, who will also bring with him his sineer who assists in the work there. James Johnson of Cincinnati and Thoburn D. Kelser of Westerville spent several days last week visiting their grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. P. Kelser. Master James is organist of the Presbyterian church and tho only 14 years old, has remarkable talent, in piano and organ study we are told. More than 1,000 people heard Rosenthal's archestra of Cleveland give its regular concert at Chippewa Lake Sunday afternoon. The musi cians played with unusual vim and they were given an appreciative hand by the lovers of that divine art. Frank Schaefferior years a res ident of Belden, just over the county line in Lorain, died Saturday, August 1, of acute indigestion. The deceased was a widower and well known in the community in which he lived. The fun eral was held from St Martin's church, Liverpool, at a. m., Tuesday. Messrs. Ralph Harrington violin ist Alfred Dannely, clarinetist and Fred Adams, 'celloist, assisted in the special Sunday school services at the Church of Christ Those present ap preciated the fine music these young gentlemen gave. Mrs. M. C. Gage sang the solo, "His Lullaby"; Mrs. Damon gave an original poem on the "Cradle Roll," as it was Cradle Roll day. Other members of the S. S. as sisted in the services. David Fisner, private secretary to Congressman Bathrick, accompan ied by Judges S. C. Rogers and M. J. Ahern, Messers. Geo. Cummins, Jas. Ainger and W. A. Spencer came over from Akron Tuesday to arrange for the big political meeting in the park tomorrow night at which Congress man Bathrick will be present and ad dress the people. Judge Rogers will speak also. An interesting bunch of boys ar rived in Medina Tuesday to hoist the big Chautauqua tent This will give you some idea of what and who they are: L. W. Curl, student at Ohio Wes leyan Uunversity; Wm. Counsellor, and Chas. Campbell of Otterbcin Un iversity; E. A. Doehschuk of Ohio State University, and Frank Resler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Resler, the latter superintendent of the local Chautauqua. Mr. and Mrs. Resler have engaged apartments close to the Chautauqua grounds, where they will reside during the Medina season. Mr3. Resler arrived Wednesday. l-,,: I f CN I.I t. r -i sy Cleaisnce Sale Beginning Saturday, July 18, and continuing till Sataurday, August 1, we will offer the following goods at reductions here noted: HAMMOCKS 20 per cent. off. Men's Purses, billbooks, card cases, 20 per cent. off. A few Ladies' Hand Bags at 25 to 40 per cent, off All pictures at 20 to 33 'j per cent off. Manicure articles, single pieces or sets, at 20 per cent. off. A few at a greater reduction. Dust-No-More A good sweeping compound made especially for carpets and rugs. A 25c can for 19c - ' Magazines Some May and June num bers of best magazines at 'i price. : Also a few older numbers at still less. Some books, stationary and other art tides at correspondingly reduced prices. Afew seeds, including corn, beans, peas, at about one-third less than for mer prices. z z 1 t f ? f f t t t ? I I t t Y t t ? Y Y t Y ? Y ? Y No workman can offord to use poor quality tools: It costs too much time and worry. Our tools are prop erly tempered and hold their edge. A. v ? t ? t f ? T t t t ? t t ? ? ? ? T T t ? l A A A -w A. z X v ? t ? ? X . f v t f ? X t t A The Essence of Good Dressing c is good taste, which means harmony of line, pattern and color suited to the individuality of the wearer. Our line of Dutchess Trousers is so extensive that we can suit the individuality of any man, giving him at the same time the BEST VALUE in ready-to-wear trousers, warranted at io cents a Button; $i oo a Rip We never bore our custom ers when they come in be cause to do business it is only necessary for them to see our J goods and our prices. When You Need Hardware Come to Us X : 1 1 Thos. Ferri r Leading Clothiers, I Our Hardware Stands Hard .Ware-? "The Endless Store with the Endless Line" OATMS HDW: Wright's Book Store HINCKLEY Julian Riley and family spent Sun day at Chippewa Lake. John Brogan and Chas. Cady are out soliciting money to make on elec tric R. R. survey. Frank Swift is making extensive repair to his Kinch house. Ed. Ridel and family of Cleveland are visiting her father John Steffin. N. L. Van Deusen and wife visited relatives in Strongsville Sunday. The Cleveland-Hinckley bus line is in full operation, arriving at Hinckley at 7:30 a. m.. and returning at 4:30 p. m. Mr. Tingsley of Mansfield, special agent of the Insurance Co., of North America, called on C. A. Van Deusen, their local agent, last Saturday. John Andrew entertained at th3 Andrew reunion last Saturday. CHERRY CORNERS AND GARDEN ISLE ' ' -l martSons Leading Gothiers, Hatters and Furnishers. V -T t ? t t t t t "t t t t Mrs. Anna Swartz was . taken to Wooster hospital last week, where she had an operation Friday. Reports are that she is getting along nicely. ' Ira Dull and family spent Sunday with Albert Kuntz and wife. , ! Miss Hazel Clinker was a guest of her cousin Miss Omeda Swartz ' a couple of days last week at the home of Merton Kirae. Mrs. Allison and friend, Russel Bonewit; spent Sunday in Medina, the guests of the former's sisters, Luan da Allison and Mrs. Daisy Leather man. A Mrs. Merton Kime spent last week with friends in Wooster. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ora Repp on Saturday, Aug. 1, a baby girl. Harvey Coil and wife of Defiance, The Man Who Wants tmmmmmmmmmm mKmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmm m v To Borrow Money and the man who wants a safe place to keep his mon ey, a place where he can leave it with the certainty of getting all or any part of it at any time, are both ap preciated patrons at this bank. . ,: W6 do a general commercial banking business we co-operate with and assist our customers in the up-, building of their business. We are constantly gaining new patrons and shall be pleased t number you among them. - .c 4 Per Cest Allowed on Sayings Accounts. OLD PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK MEDINA, OHIO. - 5 i Mrs. C. Bernard Kime and Children of j came home ' Sataurday evening to Pensylvannia, Mrs. Claud Bensinger i spend a few days with her parents, and children of Homer and Mr. and Mrs. B. McGlauehlin of Esselbum Cor ners were entertained at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. Pauline Clin ker and family last Thursday, v Miss Silva Brown of Wellington r. end Mrs. Kemp Brown. An auto party of three couples from Wooster motored to Medina on Tuesday evening, enjoying a dinner at the American House. I; CHAUTAUQUA CORlRflENTS BY MEN OF FAME SEVEN-DAY PROGRAM 13 TO BE HELD HERE THIS SEASON HON. CHAMP CLARK, Speaker of the National House of Represen- HON. THEODORE ROOSEVELT, Ex President of the United States: tativestA great many newspaper wits shoot their shafts at "The Chautauqua is the most distinctively Chautauqua lecturers. They think it the height of sarcasm to country.11 refer to a public man as a Chautauquan. There is one great HON. WILUAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Secretary of State: The virtue in Chautauqua money. It is clean money. You don't Chautauqua affords one of the best opportunities now presented the have to explain where you got it. If a man does not desire to go pMc sneaker for the discussion of questions of interest to the people. 1" , .r , ! ii. j believe that a considerable part ot the progress that w now bemg made along the to heat a lecture there IS no law to compel him to do SO. 0f mora ancj reform i, traceable to the influence of the aautauqua." I defend the Chautauqua and the Chautauqua lecturer, with whom flft FRANK W. GUNSAULUS, President of i4mar liwfi of I have been associated, because they constitute as line a group of Technology and one of the Worlds Greatest PreacAcrj: IThe men and women as can be found among the splendid citizenship Chautauquas have become a great people's university. ; They are of America.1'. among the greatest feeders of our colleges and universities.11 i I i SSSTC 62 ears (( r.ledina RIONUrvlENTS AND MAUSOLEUM WORDEN-ORAWFORD CO. 62 Years! OEstnblisliccl in 1852 H.-VV. ADAP8 Sales manager Ohio. I Cleveland Office 812 Citizen BUdg., Clevelan. 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