OCR Interpretation


The Medina sentinel. [volume] (Medina, Ohio) 1888-1961, August 14, 1914, Image 5

Image and text provided by Ohio History Connection, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84028262/1914-08-14/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

' ' SOUTHWESTERN 1 $ Yg4PI ;
J 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, 6:11V 8;ll,d0;ll,
41:58 p.m. ;. V .?
Limiteds at 8:00, 8:18, 10:13, 10:42
,a. m., 1:30, 4:13, 4:42, 6:42 p. m. ,
t Locals leave Cleveland for Medina
,'at 6:08, 7:20, 9:20, 11:20 a. m., 1:20,1
3:20, 5:20, 7:20, 9:20, 11:20 p. nv
' Limiteds at 7:48, 9:48, 10:48, 11:48
a. m., 2:48, 3:48, 5:48, 7:48 p. m.
'Locals leave Medina for Chippewa
I.ake, Seville, CWton, Wooster, Lodi,
west saiem, Asmana, jviansneia, uai
ibn, Bucyrus, at 7:26, 9:09, 11:09 a.
in., 1:09. 3:09, 5:09, 7:09, 9:09, 11:01
p. m., and 12:57 a. m the latter for
Seville only. ). '
Limiteda at 9:1, 11:15 a. m., 12:15
1:15, 4:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 p. tn.
'! Wooster limiteda at 11:15 a. m ,
1:15, 5:15, 7:15 p. m.
' i Ashland, Mansfield, Galion and Bu-
cyrus limiteds at 9:15 a. m., 12:15,
4:15, 9:15 p. m.
The
CleTeUnd, , Southwestern
J( Colomws Ry. Co. V
its. Newton, Aent, Phone 1167
i AJihnruifuinjvuuinnninru . u
PERSONALS
nrinnnjinnnnAfuinnnarifU inrti
Mrs. Otto Harp spent last week at
C. E. Hoover's. , .;
- Miss, Marion Rye of Cleveland is
visiting Mrs. Zoe Boult. ,
Mr. Miller and Wife of Akron were
visiting 'at Fred Pernod's. .
; Mr. A. J.' Miller of Cleveland was
a Medina visitor Tuesday.
'': Miss Mamie Bradway spent Sunday
in Cleveland visiting riends. "
'.Ceylon Woodruff finished his course
of study at O. S. U. this week. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hemmeter are
spending the week in Cleveland.
' Miss Bollard of Buffalo, has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Wood.
Miss Lena Johnson of Savannah, O.,
has been visiting Miss Vera Hobart.
; Herbert Bradway and Sherman
Maple were in Cleveland Wednesday.
Mrs. A. B. Dandall left this week
for a two weeks' vsit at Union City,
Ind.
,'Ainline Kindig of Wadsworth is
visiting at the home of Allen Rick
ard. ' ; ' '"
i"' A. W. Johnston spent from Wednes
day until Saturday visiting friends in
town.
- Mrs; Sarah, Stouffer of West Rich
ijjeld has been visiting, her son, A. E.
Stouffer. ; ; .
Miss Marie Wicker spent the past
week visiting friends in Lorain and
Cleveland. " ' : "' - 1
Mrs. E. H. Foote' is spending the
week with 'Mrs. Aria Harwell in
Cleveland.-- '.- . ,
;Mrs. T. SV Hastings and daughter
of Akron spent the past week at' J.
Gi Gray's.
'Miss Eva Hazen and grandmother
spent the week visiting in Cleveland
and Florence.
Mrs. F. W. Coolman of Cleveland
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Reinhardt.' ... .'.
, Mrs. D. H. Knisley" of Butler, Ind.,
spent last week wth her daughter,
Mrs Wm. Wood.
Mrs. Emily Barnard who spent
three weeks at her sister's, has re
turned to Chicago. : .,
Fred Wagner of Coshocton will ar
rive in Medina Monday for a brief
visit with relatives.
Mr. Frank Griesinger is spending
the week with his parents, Mr. and,
Mrs. C. L. "Griesinger.
Mrs.' Eugene Clement and daughter
left this week to visit her sister, Mrs.
H. S. Keifer, of Alliance.
Mrs. C. P, Dickerman of Mallet
Creek, spent Chautauqua week with
Mrs. Emma Ferguson.
Mr. Lee Burneson of Mansfield Is
spending the week with his uncle,
M.T. Wrighfand family. ; V ;
Mr. N. O. West of Akron spent
several days at the home of his
mother, Mrs. H. O.- West .. . v ,-. , -
F. O. Phillips and wife and A. B.
Bishop attended the Bishop ; reunion
near Akron last Saturday.
Mrs. E. , W. Lacy and daughters
Ora and Helen left Sunday for Cleve
land, Aurora and Mantua. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fitch of Clifton
Springs, N. Y. are. visiting their
daughter, Mrs. Ray Holcomb. . .
Mr. and Mrs. John Dressier of Am
hurst visited over Sunday with her
brother, W. H. Cole and family. j
Misses Lena Clark and Nell Ham
merschmidt are visiting at the home
of D. P. Clark at Bay City, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Washburn and
Mr. and Mrs1; 'Alva -Washburn are
spending the, week at Chppewa Lake.
Mrs. Condon; daughter Hattie with
their guests, the Misses Holmes of
Columbus; spent Sunday in Cleveland.
O. E. Baughman and wife of Lake
wood spent the week-end with Mrs.
Baughman's aster, Mrs. W. TV Wall.
MrV'arid Mrs. Li!A. Marthand ;, 'of
Appalachicola, Fla.j are on a visit to
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. , F.
Kramer.,..',!' "l ' ''"' .'
Mr. Ralph Hemmeter of Ihdiariapi
ftHa wY jineind Wortdafand Tuesday
et the home' of his' Parents,1 Mr. and'
Mrs. Daniel eInlnete.',! '
m Mr. and .Mrs::W;A,i Fitch -ot Cm-
ton Springs, N. Y, are spending the
week with ; her daughter Julia i at
Aurora O. '
Jr Howard Hawk of Litchfield
spent the week-end at the home .tf
Mrs. Alice Randall, attending the
Chautauqua. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Clark and fam
ily front Massillon spent the past
week with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
I. H. RicRard.
1 Mrs. Randolph, who has been visit
ing her 'parents; Mr', and Mrs. Blake
Hendrickson, will return to Atlanta
next Thursday. ;
Mrs. Milo Branch of Mallet Creek
spent the week with her sister, Mrs.
Levi Branch, taking in the sessions
of the Chautauaua.
Misses Mary Crittenden and Beryl
Miller of Nova and Bell Plank of
West Salem spent the past week with
their aunt, Mrs. F. M. Plank
Mrs. J A. Hobart and the Misses
Neva, Vera and Helen . Hobart, Dale
Koons and Lena Johnson of Savan
nah are camping at Chippewa Lake.
Mrs. Agnes Barton and daughter
Ruth and Miss Nellie Winebrenner of
Kenton are spending several weeks
wth their sister, Mrs. Arthur Spran
kle. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Reece of Lima,
are visiting M. and Mrs. Grant Mc
Neal To-morrow the party of four
will leave for an auto trip to Buffalo
and Niagara Falls. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ferguson of
Ashtabula, who are spending the sum
mer at Chippewa Lake, leave next
week for their home in Piqua, and
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Beck on Tuesday.
Mr. Jack Deyell left Sunday even-i
ing for Chicago, where he becomes
honey salesman in the A. I. Root Co.'s
branch house in that city. Mr. Deyell
will be missed in local musical circles
especially at the Baptist church.
Mr. Harry P. Harrison of Chicago
manager of the Redpath Chautauqua
Lyceum and Chautauqua bureaus and
Mr. W. V. Harrison of Columbus,
manager of the Ohio, Redpath Chau
tauquas, were guests at the home of
G. W. Rickard last Friday and Sat
urday, during their visit to Medina.
a-. SUES FOR $15,000
A suit was filed in the common
pleas court Tuesday when Geq. Musch
asks that the court grant him a judg
ment against Scott Bennett, head of
the Medina Bending Works,, for
$15,000, because of an accident which
happened to plaintiff on Nov. 12,
1913, at which time the latter suffered
the mutilation of his , right hand to
such an extent that amputation be
came necessary.- ..
' Plaintiff alleges that because; . of
a worn out taple surrounding a buzz
saw'aV which "he was ..' required " tq
work, causing the saw to jerk at
times, he slipped and fell upon the-
saw, with the above mentioned result.
He further alleges that on account of
the bad condition of the table a help
er was usually assigned to the work,
but that on the day of the accident
he had no helper.'
FAMILY REUNIONS
The sixth annual reunion of the
Huffman family will be held at the
Medina fair grounds Aug. 29. Friends
and relatives are cordially invited.
Mrs. Roma Dresner, secretary.
The . 13th annual reunion of the
Root f amly wll be held at the home of
W. A. Root in Brunswick on Satur
day, Aug. 15. Mrs. W. A. Root, Sec.
The 19th annual reunion of the
Woodward-Waters family will be
held at the home of W. H. Ingham,
17518 . Detroit street, - Cleveland, O.,
Aug. 15V Paulne -Waters, secretary.
All relatives of the Halliwlil fam
ily are urgently requested to meet
at the Medina fair grounds on Satur
day, Aug. 15, to attend the 15th an
nual reunion. Picnic dinner promptly
at 11:30. Mrs. Clara Snyder, secre
tary ,..,.' "-"--( -"'.
Mr. H. T. Goodrich of 825 E. North
street, received word Saturday of the
death' of his father, Eugene Goodrich,
at Petoskey, Mich. The deceased was
about 63 years of age and resided in
Medina ten years ago.' H. T. Goodrich
left Monday for Petoskey to attend
the funeral.
kinnxutruinruuL njinnaruirnru)
THE CHURCHES
huijiaruiAruuinuuxnniVLruiruxnjv
First Baptist Church
Sunday, Aug. 16, 10:30 a. m., morn
ing worship; subject, " . Deliverance
from Evil;" 11:45 a. m., Bible school;
7 p. m., young people's service; 8 p.
m., people's service ; subject, "A Sad
Departure." ;
j.1 Methodist Episcopal Church
Sunday, Aug. .16 -10:30 a. ' m.,
preaching service; text, "I have over
come the world," John 16:33; 11:80 a.
nn, Sunday School, D. R. Pelton, super
ihtendentf 7 p. m., Epworth League
Service,1 a service of fellowship; 8 p.
m., Preaching service, theme "Con
centric Circles of Christian Influence."
. Cider, making at Bledina cider mill
every Wednesday. ; . 60tf
"8
- v
SALT
If
just Receiyca esh ,faar
rel to sell at j5c a pound
Go careful until- the War
'' ' - v' .. t, i " ' ' ' .
Scare is over. Old ac
counts will be expected ,to
be paid before you buy'
luxuries.
Pelton's Grocery
and Bakery
DEMOCRATIC COMMISSIONERS
George Starr.
OVER SOO STUDENTS AT THE
OBERLIN BUSIKCSS COLLEGE.
From a copy of the August issue
of the Oberlin Business Coiclgc News
which is just at hand, we learn that
the Oberlin Business College is hav
ing' one of the most prosperous years
in its history. The ' attendance of
more than .300 students this year has
made it necessary to erect another
building to accomodate ' the large
attendance.' With' two . . splendid
buildings this school is how one of the
best equipped of its kiud in the Uaited
States. - . .. '
The reputation which this school
has gained and the great demand for
its graduate1-, is attracting students
to it irom all parts of Ohio and other
states. Any of our readers who think
of entering a Business College shou'd
send for a copy of the Auguct issu2.
Fall Term will egin September 8,
1914.,- , .. . .
ORDINANCE
Determininfir to nroceed ' with the
improvements of Bronfmn street from
Huntington Street to Foundry street;
Foundry ct, from Bronson street
to the north line of lot 563: Hunting
ton street from Bronson street to
North street; Union street from North
Court Street to Huntington street in
Btreet from sewer intersection . n.n1 o
sewer uvjii;t' iu. J. iuilt
manhole west to Elmwood street:
South Broadway from Grant street
south to South street in sewer district
No. Z, in said village, by the construc
tion' of jnriitfrv pwpr therein. '
BE IT ORT1AINED BY THE COUN
CIL OF THE VILLAGE OF. MRftt
NA. STATE OF OHIO.' 1 THREE-
FOURTHS OF ALL i- MEMBER
j, ' f
i ' ' '"
r, , I-.-. v
v ,
rllJ'f ,4. n.n.i n
""i" mm mr mi r
, ,. f ' H ,, i
t :.V .r 'i- ."-' '''" '.
"ri,". ' 1 f '
ELECTED THERE-TOi-CONCUiRa-aijilDnSp shaitissefesed by : the ? foot-imTz-vvr
jJ,3M, Jo ds4 ronJcliKiwwi m -the tola v.ahd viands
SECTION ONE. Thsrit is. hem, bounding and.abutt5nir .mnn fh. ro.
by dctcrrained to proceed witM the
uiipruvemeni bronson Bireei irom
Shoe
iring
c cTals work; by first
..xias'refsair men.; w e
mke i(oKbilookJike
new. Buttons "replaced
and new strings at no extra
cost. .
We always get out work
, when promised. '
Rubber Heels put on
while you wait.
We use the best of Sole
Leather for half soling.
GRIESINGERS "
urn ppm.
WE CAN
SERVE YOU
to your advantage. Our
many patrons have always
found that their individual
neds 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
INVITED
R. H. Cotton,
Life
Accident
Automobile
Insurance
No. 1054 Leader-News Bldg.,
Cleveland, Ohio.
i'
Telephone Main 5950. P. O. Box 222.
Huntington street to Foundrv street;
Foundry street from Bronson street
to the north line of lot No. 563:
Huntington street from Bronson
street to North street; Union street
irom Morth Uourt street to Hunting
ton street: all in sewer district No. 1.
Also. Mill street from manhole in sew-
r intersection to Elmwood street:
South Broadway street from Grant
street to South street in sewer dis
trict No. 2, by the construction of a
sanitary sewer with, the necessary
out-lets, catchbasins, flush-tanks and
other equipment, to be built , of sewer
tile, brick, cement, iron tons, flush-
tanks, and other material In accord
ance with a resolution passed on the
23 day of June A. D. 1914,'and in
accordance with the plans, specifica
tions, estimates and' nrofiles hereto
fore approved and now on file in the
office of the clerk of said village. -
SECTION TWO. That all claims
from damages resulting therefrom
snaii oe juaiciauy enquired mta before
Commencing of the CroDOsed imnrove
mem,, aim tue euiicibur is nereoy autn
orized and directed to institute pro
ceedings, in a court of competent
jurisdiction to enquire into such
claims. ' ,.
SECTION THREE, , MiThat . the
S,st said improyement upon
each '6f'aid streets resnectivel v. feau
uonwflftietho and the'xUst 6f intersect-
ounding andalutting -upon the pro -
posed improvement, which fmve been
icwrmmca to Dc;8pcciaiiy benefited
Repa
" I I I .'OK I V'
iff IJND E R STATE"
j S U P E R VIS IQ N j
LOOK IN THE WINDOWS
COMFORT
SHOES-
Shoes that don't hurt
your feet Easy the
minute you put them
on-,-soft soles soft fine
kid uppersno nails or
tacks to hurt your feet.
Mens $3 to $4
Womens$l.65 to $3.00
GRIESINGERS
Biu SHOE STORE
f
t
t
t
f
t
f
f
V
t
V
DON'T
HURRY
HUNDREDS O F ARGAINS
LEFT
niLLER
BLOCK
L. ABRAMS
f
t
t
t
t
t
f
V 1 1IX. JT -m mm -rr3-.ti
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
J
Goods delivered to
W. J. Wall
Corner Dris Store
Medina, O.
our,
R. F. D. Cus
tomers Parcel Post
PREPAID
by said improvement, which costs sessed equally by the foot frontage,
shall include the costs of the prelim- between the places indicated, upon all
inary surveys and of printing and the said street in said sewer district;
publishing notices, resolutions, and also upon Mill street between the
ordinances required, and the serving, sewer intersection, thereon and Elm
of notices, the cost of construction, wood street; and upon South Broad
together with interest on bonds issued1 way between Grant street and South,
in anticipation of the collection of the street in sewer district No. 2, the costs
deferred assessments, and all other of which shall be assessed equally, by
necessary expenditures; and that the the foot frontage between the places
bonds of said village of Medina shall indicated upon both of Said streets in
be issued in anticipation of the col- said sewer district,
lection of the assessments in an'. SECTION FIVE. That the clerk
amount equal thereto. of said village is herby authorized and
SECTION FOUR. That as above directed to advertise for bids for the
determined all the lots and lands - construction of said improvement ac-
bounding and abutting upon said im- cording to law. v ;
provement shall be assessed for the SECTION SIX. This ordinance
said improvement, to-wit: on Bronson
street between Huntington street and
Foundry street: Foundry street be
tween Bronson street and North
line of lot No. 563; Huntington, street
hotween .Ttronnon fttreet and - tJorfh
, street: Union street between North
I Court street and Huntington street
in Bewer district No. l shall -be as
Our
$2.90
Woik Shoes
Any man who wants a
shoe that will stand hard
wear a shoe that is easy
a work shoe that fits.
Gome to us come to
our store Try our $2.90
work shoe more than 800
pairs sold so far this year
Good of course they are
good or we couldn't sell
them year after year for
ten years.
GRIESINGERS
FORGET
t
t
f
f
t
HEDINA
OHIO
t
t
t
t
T
f
t
t
y
t
y
y
y
y
t
r
y
t
t
V
f
t
y
Our store is in
charge of a regist
ered Pharmacist at
ALL TIMES.
V
shall take effect and Toe in force from
and after the earliest period allowed
by law.
Passed. Aug 11, A. D. 1914.
"R. L Gehmanv
Attest ' Mayor.' .
Geo. K McNeat. ' 50-2
Clerk. t , . ,.
Cm mm -mm mmm W V' "fc
i

xml | txt