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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914.
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LOCAL EVENTS
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Regular meeting of the Ladies of
the Maccabees to-night
,v , The wedding of Miss Viva Sar
gent, and Mr. Roscoe Ewing is an
nounced for August 26.
The budget commission met Wed
nesday at the court house to consider
the requests of Medina, LeRoy and
.Seville villages.
About 50 young men who have
been working for the A. I. Root Co.,
during the school vacation, were hud
off last Saturday.
Ground was groken Tuesday for
the new Pythian Sisters home on the
Huntington allotment on North
Huntington street.
--Secretary Lanham was home
from camp one day ths week and he
stated that 82 boys were having the
time of their lives.
The White Automobile Co. of
Cleveland picnicked at the Lake last
Saturday. . Many of the employees
made the journey in autos.
The Methodist quarterly confer
ence passed unanimous resolutions re
questing the North-east Ohio confer
ence to appoint Rev. Hass to Medina '
for another year.
f- Advertised letters at the Medina
postoffice are for: John A. Bly, John
B. Cortney, Cerani Enrico, J. R.
Harris (2), Dora Rand, Parker Rey
nolds, Goldia Ruff.
On Wednesday evening the men's
class of the M. E. church, gave a
banquet to the men of the Methodist
church at Wadsworth. The meeting
was addressed by Rev. Chas. Soer
hede, superintendent of the Cleve
land Rescue Mission.
The Medina ball team is in train
ing to go up against the Doug'ass
Tailor team, the crack team of Ak
ron, r.ext Saturday afternoon on the
High school grounds. The home team
has been doing clever work all sum
mer and this game will put the local
Dr. and Mrs. M. W. Kapp of San
Jose, Calif., are expected to arrive in
Medina soon, where Mrs. Kapp will
remain for several weeks while her
husband takes a post-graduate course
in New York. Mrs. Japp is a niece of
R. S. Shepard, whose guest she will
be while in Medina.
The twenty-fifth annual reunion
of the descendants of James Craw
ford will be held at the home, of Wm.
L. Crawford at Seville, Sat. Aug. 22.
All relatives are most urgently and
cordially invited to be present and
take part in special program. Mrs.
D. D. Dowd, Sec,. Creston, 0. Rt 2.
Word has been received of the
divorce of Mrs. Treva M. Fish from
her husband, Edwin Fish, who have
been residing in Richmond, Calif. Mrs.
Fish will be remembered by many of
our readers as formerly Miss Treva
Abbott, who formerly resided in Me
dina township. Herhusband also was
a native of Medina county. '
About 80 members representing
the Lowe family gathered at the home
of. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Webber on Wed
nesday and spent the day in renewing
acquaintance and recounting the
scenes of other days. The members
came from far and near. The oldest
one of the family present was Mrs.
Jane Reid of Akron, who has arrived
at the advanced age of 88 years.
Seville
Lewis Feesler of Cleveland spent
a few days the past week with his
nephew, H. M. Feesler.
Clifton Beach, who went camping
with the Y. M. C. A. boys last week,
was taken sick at camp and compelled
to return home.
E. E. Wood of Chicago, was called
here by the sudden death of his broth
er, Dr. W. I. Wood and spent a few
days with his sister, Mrs. Chas. Mc
Dowell.
Dr. J. E. Waite and E. P. Collins
of the Exchange National Bank, Lodi,
were callers at the Seville State Bank
on Tuesday. ,
There will be four bands in the car
nival at Seville Saturday evening,
August 22; Creston, Sterling, Ritt
man and Seville. . ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Day and little
daughter yisited at the M. Dannley
home and with other relatives the
first of the week.
A. T, Gray, who has been traveling
in Illinois and Indiana several weeks
returned to his home in Seville feel
ing and looking fine.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wagner and
daughter Mrs. D. K. Taige and two
children, Ellen and 'John of Akron
called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Steele last
week.
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Mrs. Geo, M. Taylor entertained a
number of young people Tuesday ev
ening, in honor of her daughter-in
law, Mrs.-Max Taylor. A very pleas
ant evening was spent.
CHERRY CORNERS AND
GARDEN ISLE .
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Rebman
made a trip to Wooster last Thursday.
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SpCut
with her mother, Mrs. Knapp in Lodi.
Mrs. Anna Roush visited in Wai
wick Saturday and Sunday, with her
son Floyd and wife.
Mrs. George Underwood and Mrs.
James Dull v spent Thursday with
Mrs. Effie Simcox at Esselburns Cor
ners. Mrs. Sawhill and three sons of
Pennsylvania, are visiting this week
at the home of Marsh Kobb and fam
ily and other relatives here.
Miss Elzona Fresh of Barberton, is
spending a couple weeks at the Mrs.
Pauline Clinker home.
John Butdorff and family of Medi
na, spent Sunday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Butdorff .
Dan Hagans had a new porch bult
to his house, which makes quite, an
improvement
Vern Stair and family of Barber
ton, DaVid Stair and Harvey Jacobs
and family of Armstrong, were Sun
day visitors with John Stair and fam
ily .
Mrs. Pauline Clinker and daughter
Carrie and Hazel, Mrs. Kemp Brown,
daughters Silva and lea and son Har
ley attended the picnic near Canaan
last Thursday.
Mrs. Anna Swartz is improving
nicely.
Mrs. Reuben Rebman and Mrs. F.
Rebman spent Ttrcsday afternoon with
Mrs. George Underwood.
Ernest Stratton and family and
Miss Odema Swartz went to Woo&ter
Sunday to visit their mother at the
hospital.
Some of our people took in the ex
cursion to Myers Lake last Wednes
day and others went to Cedar Point.
Mrs. James Hower of Lodi, B. Mc
Glaughlin of Esselburns Corners,
Mrs. Bertha Coil of Defiance and R.
Whitmore and wife of Burbank were
visitors with Mrs. Pauline Clinker
and family last Sunday.
Mrs. Lucy Dallings of Akron spent
a few days last week with her brother
Edgar Barnard and wife.
Miss Bessie Baum attended the
Baum reunion at Creston Saturday.
Mrs. Susue Stratton visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Rebecca Kauffman at West
Salem last Sunday.
Mrs. Pauline Clinker ard daughter
Carrie and Will Esselburn attended
a birthday party at the home of Geo.
Switzer last Saturday night it being
in honor of Mr. Switzer.
Mrs. Mabel Sheppard .visited near
Aukerman last Wednesday, guest of
her mother, Mrs. John Smith. '
Ernest and Lee Dull of Barberton
spent Saturday and Sunday with their
cousin, Mrs. Albert Kuntz and family.
Rred Repp and family of Lodi vis
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol.
Repp last Sunday.
The ladies of the Evangelical Aid
society will give an ice cream social
at the home of Lucian Swartz Satur
day evening, August 22. Everybody is
invited.
Mrs. Ben Stratton took her Sunday
school class to Chippewa Lake last
Saturday to spend the day. They re
port a great time.
STATE FAIR LOOMING
The Columbus Chamber of Com
merce announces that it is fully pre
pared to care for the comfort of all
visitors who will attend the big Ohio
State Fair, August 31 to September
5, in Ohio's capital city.
A free information bureau will be
established in the State Fair grounds.
A free emergency hospital will also be
establshed in the State House
grounds. The Chamber of Commerce
has listed hundreds of private resi
dences, where rooms, or rooms and
meals, may be had either one day or
the entire week. This service wil' also
be free and a messenger boy will ac
company visitors to these temporary
abodes, free of charge.
Those contemplating coming to Col
umbus during Fair Week may address
the Columbus Chamber of Commerce
and have rooms assigned to them in
advance. Automobile parties should
stop at the free information bureau
and will be informed about garage
and parking facilities.
The balcony of the Chamber of Com
merce auditorium will be used as a
check room and attendants will take
care of packages and baskets. , The
ground floor cf the auditorium will
be open which visitors may use to
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worry. Our tools are prop
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edge.
We never bore our custom
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cause to do business it is only
necessary for them to see our
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The city is installing, extra drinVtf
ing fountains in the center of the city
and h fact every effort is being made
to accommodate the thousands of
strangers in the city during the week.
BELIEVES IN ADVERTISING
The following letter addressed to
us by Mr. George Whitehead, man
ager of the publicity department; of
the Redpath Chautauqua, is self-explanatory.
In mailing us check cover
ing expense for advertising the local
Chautauqua season in the Sentinef,
Mr. Whitehead has this to say: ,
"We are glad to mail you our'check
for Chautauqua advertising in your
paper. You have been very attentive
to our interests and we feel that we
have received full value for every
penny that we have spent with you.
You have a good paper arid the suc
cess of the Medina Chautauqua is
sufficient testimony to the fact that it
pays to advertise.
Wishing you continued success and
trusting that we may enjoy your co
operation again next year, I remain,
Very sincerely yours, - ,
Geo.G. Whitehead.
THREE JOBS LET
Miss Mary Phillips of Mallet Creek
has been elected superintendent of
the central, supervision district of Me
dina county, comprising Medina towriT
ship, York township, Lafayette town
ship and Montville township, at a
salary of $1500. Mr. Eli Wuchter
of Wadsworth superintendent of the
eastern district, composed of Granger,
Sharon and Wadsworth townships, at
a salary of $1300. Mr. T. H. Cash
of Cleveland for the western district,
composed of Spencer, Chatham and
Litchfield, at a salary of $1400.
Children Gry
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H In the cage of the'State v-. William
Popiwsky, defendant pleads guilty to
assault and battery and is sentenced
to pay a fine of $5.00 and costs, the
latter amounting to $3.60, and to be
confined in the county jail for 30 days.
The following accounts were ap
proved: estates of Elizabeth Chap
man, Maggie Newcomer, Adeline
Levet, W. L. Sargent, Ruf us French,
Katherine Scheelhas; guardianship of
Bert R. Daugherty, Albert McCoy,
Carl F. Steck, S. M. Walcott and W.
and Marvin Rohn.
'' I Order of appraisement issued in
land sale of Pauline Miller; apprais
ers, D. W, Holloway, F. M. Cook and
M. C. Heminger.
, Will of Gotloeb Muntz and .appli
cation for probate filed. N
, j Will, of . Elizabeth Walker admitted
to probate.
Land sale case in the estate of Har
riet Shook continued. t
Wi'l of Paul E. Waltz and appli
cation to probate filed. . .
Raymond Morgan committed to the
Boys' Industrial School at Lancaster.
SSehtenee suspended durmg good be
havior on condition that he find work
in another county. ,
W. L. Crates, Jr., pleads guilty to
obtaining property under false pre
tenses and was sentenced to pay a
fine of $20 and costs, $16.
'' !' Public sale bill filed in estate of
Jonas W. Betz.
Order of sale field in estate of Isaac
W. Rohrer. Sale confirmed and deed
ordered.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
.Carlton Koons and Mattie Alice
Hartman, both of Harrisville. .
Louis F. Lodes of Akron and Anna
C. Oplinger of Wadsworth.
Clifford Smith and Eulea W. Sea
mon, both of Wadsworth.
Perry H. Smith and Nellie M. Ken
nard, both of Lodi.
The Essence :of
Good Dressing
s 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 manf
giving him at the same time
the BEST VALUE in ready-to-wear
trousers, warranted at ;
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Leading Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers.
The Man Who Wants
To Borrow Money'
' and the man who wants a safe place to keep his mon
ey, a place where he can eave it with the , certainty of
getting all or any part of it at any'.time.' are both ap
preciated patrons at this bank.
We do a general commercial banking business we
: co-operate .,with and assist our customers in the up
building of their business. ' ".- , ; V
We are constantly gaining new patrons and shall be
pleased to number you among them.
4 Per Cent Allowed on Savings Accoonts.
OLD PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK
MEDINA, OHIO.
THREE MATINEE EVENTS
The county driving club had another
matinee, last Saturday, and while the
attendance was small some good time
was made by new horses. There were
three events with the followng re
sults: First event, pace:
Fred Barlow, McDowell, ,1 1
Maggie W., Canfield, 2 2
Time, 2:38, 2:22.
Second event, mixed race:
Bellwood, Shank, 11
Goldie Mac, Robinson, 2 2
Chestnut Burr, Leach, 3 3
Time, 2:26, 2:30.
Third event, pace:
Newtie, Barlow, , 11
Fred H., Haulk, ' 2 2
Calanthe, Brooks, 4 3
Hallie B., Wightman, ' , V 8 '4
Time, 2:28, 2:24.
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