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c. t M v THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914. SOUTHWESTERN SYSTEM ,,'771?; Effective May 28, Wll ;- 1 . r 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, ;11, .10:11, .11:68 p.m. ' ' '.' '-; Limiteds at 8:00, 8:16, 10:13, 10;42 a. 1:30, ma, :, :.., p. m. v 7i i.' ITft WtA.4a HViia i Limiteds! 7 48 9:48 10:481118 a. m.; 2:48, 3:48, 6:48, 7:48 p.' m.. v , t 9 Wv Medina for Chhmewa ! Lake, Seville, weston, woosier, inu iSflffi: ion, Bucyrus, at 7:26, 9:09, 11:09 a ..nn o.nn t.nn rr.na O.flQ 11-01 m., i;vw, o.w, o.vf, i.vff. w..v. p. m., and 12:57 a m., the latter for Seville only. , -n' 7.7:! Limiteds at 9:1, 11:15 a. MW 12:15 vl:154jl5, 5:15, 7:15, 9;15fcp. ,m. , ' Wooster limiteds at 11:15 a, m 1:15, 5:15, 7:16 p. m r...AM CaltAn anT Rii.iln town this week. vi Aliuuuu, iucuuMiciu, ------ 1 li.u.j. .1 jII.IC n .19'lR I 4:15, 9:15 p. m. ,.'. . . Tke QeTclaiii, ; Sosthwestero I lis. Hewfe Aieoi r t jA koae--1167 T ;'Pt E R S 6 N A L'3 j jowfinjyinnuinjTJuinjinnruw uut Mr. T. B. Lanham spent Monday in town. " . ' Miss Tess Hard was in Cleveland Tuesday. C. M. Foster of Lodi was in town , last Friday. ' ' ' Chas. Hobart was in Liverpool on Wednesday. Mr. Ralph Harrington spent Sun- day in Lorain. Mrs. Edna Loomis is spending two , weeks in Butfaloi ' .; fab - MioS Ruh Robinson is visiting rel jatives in Larain. Will Hcnmeter was in Creston on business Monday. Mr. W. P. Wait of Brunswick was in town Saturday. ' Mrs. O. D. Chapin spent Wednesr day in Cleveland. . ' ... . Velyria Gast of Burbank was in Medina last Friday. Alice Best spent Sunday with Helen Miner in Brunswick. " ' , , ' ,Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hawkins are vis iting in Youngstown. 'Mr. R. S. Smith of Burnswick spent Saturday in Medina. ' - -s Mr. and MrS' GeOiMcNeal spent lueaaay in vieveiana. ' Miss Eva Alcott left this week for her home in the west. ' . j'tBert Warner of Le Roy' was' a Me dina visitor Wednesday."- """ """ ( John D. Owen was over from Wadq worth Monday morning. ; . ' Wesley McFaddeii Tisiteifriend$iln Canaan Bend last Sunday. ' '; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Miner of Bruns wick spent Saturday in town. : Dr. W. A. Stanley and Jerry Snell attended the Elyria fair Friday. 4 Mrs. Alice Randall is spending sev eral days in Elyria and Oberlin. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fisher visited friends in Creston last Sundnay. '' , Dr. and Mrs. Orr and Mr. and Mrs. Nettleton spent Sunday in Lorain. . . Mrs. Alice Randal spent part of last week visiting friends in Litchfield. Mr. Ernest Robinson left last Sat ixrday for a week's stay in Toledo. . Mr. and Mrs.- Barnett and daugh ters -spent Sundany in Brunswick1.1 - MaxUif fU e 21.. - Massillon were in town this week at- Mrs, Grover Yocum 1 and children are visiting "relatives7' in Coshocton ; Miss . Florence ! Sipher is 'spending mi. oiiu am. nvnry sQrger anaincK over Sunday. , son Paul spent Saturday in Cleveland two weeks; in Clifton Springs. N. Y. Phillip Harmon of Massillon spent I Saturday with friends in town. V Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Jeffrey of West Salem were in Mediria last' Saturday : Mrs. Hazel Thorpe of Warrensville 1 - . oycui, wj yoai, wee wji airs, irvm Earl; ' 'l ' Mr. Lee Burnson of Mansfield spent ia-i ween ai tne nome or T.I 11 llgllb. . Mrs. Walter Fenton and Mrs. Addie Miller left yesterday for a visit in xoronto. !- .!- j , . uiioo iuormn wymn reiumea oun- day from a two weeks' visit at Bell evue, fa. Mrs. Will Hemmeter and children are spending some time in Indiana polis, Ind. ' Mrs. Ed. Lowe is visiting her par nts, Mr. and Mrt.-E. C.' Fenn, In Cleveland. ;'rV;'v'':'. '''. , 'y"r Miss Margarete Simmons is visit ing her sister, Mrs. H. A. Stebbins, in Crestori. '" ;- Miss Ruth Kennan has returned lome after a month's visit in' the Adirondacks.' ?( 7t,;.t'' 77 Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hawkins are apending a week Mth theif son Ned in x oungstown. Ex-Judge Smith and ! Mrs. Smith . , of Jackson, Mich., are, visiting , at Clyde. Jone's..,.; ;,:.777 ;i ., . . utivq buu wives via- j ited Mrs. J. Williams in Creston one day last week, f r i ' :1 Mrs. T. D. Brown of Akrdn spent , the past week with her daughter,; Mrs, -Frank Sargent - ; ..'"-- Fred Wagner of Coshocton spent Monday and Tuesday visiting relat ives in Medina. V Ford Wheatley and sister, Mrs. Osias are visiting at the Wheatley home this week. . Wm. McKinley of. Los Angeles, Calif., was registered at the American Hotel Saturday; .7 .... 7 ; Mra. Tboma pafleyiS' spending the igfa ... &Aj2 M , Jk. . weAOOfef- Slater, Mrs. S. Fetter at Canaan Bend. ' . i i ; .Mrs. Thomas pailey'ij spending the . T..L.. TT-T t. r 1 ' MicV M Visiting her brother, D. M. Holcomb, Mr. and Mrs.. Francis Barnhart and daiighte attended the Lehr reunion in tending, the Riskard family reunion iftuel RIckard of Dixon, 111., was - ': Miss Nedra Edwards is , spending the, week, with her cousin. Sarah poodrich, of Hinckley; 4 ; ''fj 1 S ' ; ;; .,, Marshal Gates and son ' Will spent last' 'Wednesday .1 with ; Ex-sheriff Hutchinseri- in Akron ? ' 7 ! Mrs. Everett and her son Russell, ire spending several weeks in Con ieaut with her brother. . - ' Ira Sprankle and daughter ' Ruth )f Lancaster, have; been Visiting Mr. ind Mrs. Orlin Oatman. - ' . - .' Mrs. L. Abrams and family are visiting the former's parents in Cleve land fv a coup'e of weeks. ' i Miss Millie Tubbs returned home Saturday from a month's visit with relatives in Grand Rapids, Mich. Miss Margaret Borger returned Sunday evening from a week's visit with relatives in Lorain and Oberlin. Miss Margaret Fullerton and Miss Inez Norton of Cleveland spent the week-end at the home of Jay Sargent. MritJEdithBrmtnalkaad daughter: Ruth have been spending the week Ruth have been spending the week , Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Houseworth ind family of Wadsworth spent Sun day with her brother, J. S. Beck and wife. Miss Lillian Kern of Columbus. who. has been visiting Miss Florence Hewes, returned to her . home:; this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Brown and fam ily of Akron are visiting her mother. '.Mrs. Stewart, on West Friendship .street. - ; : .Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ziegler and laughter are spending two weeks at their former home at Anna, and Sid ney, 0..';r.. 7"k Mr.i.and Mrs. James Richardson of Cleveland spent the past week with Mrs. Richardson's mother, Mrs. Har ry Jones .... .77 . . 1 ,, ; t , Mr." and : Mrs. Ferguson who, haxe been "epenHng the "week at Chippewa Lake returned Tuesday to their home in Fiqua. . , .. ; Walter Wagner of Coshocton, who has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. M. K. Long, ' returned to his home last Tuesday. Mr. Ralph Hemmeter of Indiana polis, Ind., is visiting at the home "of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. . Daniel Hemmeter, - 7 Fred, Arthur and Branch Pierce all of Akron, spent the week-end at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pierce. , iMr. and Mrs.1 Lucius Lyman of Talmage and Dr. and Mrs. George Bishop' of Cleveland spent Sunday at A. B. Bishop's. , v . , . t .v -' Mn and Mrs. b. B. Dealing were' in Creston Sunday to participate in cel- WtKog, 4ba, byhd jr anniw3Br f L. D. Newberry. CMon WoodVuff wh ijjg been . w. o. u KHenmng summer scnoo .1 was a guest 'of Miss MilUe Biripat Mr, and Mrs. H, R. Reese of Lima andvMr. and Mrs. Grant McNeal left Saturday on an auto trip to BuiTalo and Niagara. Falls. Mr. and Mrs. . F. I. Hawkins left eunaay lor j oungstown where they are anendin? a woelr nrih DAn . m 1. .v.. HivM evil, rnea iiawKins and wlfev !j p FUBaeiman attend fh sailors' and ex-soldiers' association at Warrf.J an Tuesday. He is also visit ing friends in Younestown. . Mr. and Mra. T F! M.U. BnA of Peninsula and Mm. Av Pw. of Boston. Mass.. vera visitors nt tka . . "7"" nome oi Mrs. C. Oviatt this week. ;Mr. Lawrence E. Cole spent Saturn day and Sunday with his sister irf Cleveland. He intends to enter Case, School of Applied Science in Septem' ber. Mr. Edmund. Sipher' of Pittsburg vhp has been spertding the past two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sipher, returned home Wednes- Fifteen local Odd. Fellows, attended lodge in Crestori Tuesday night They took a candidate with them,Mr. W. R. Lerch, upon whom was confirmed the first degree.' v,f )-, ,;,'.-" Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Edwards at tended the Law reunion at Erhart on Thurav. tKa - - v a vu the 84th , birthday anniversary of jGrandma Law.. ! . : ';, Xfy& aii. ijeiana. waiion xeii on Monday morning for his home in Columbus, where he will enter O. & U, dental department' He has been In the .employ of the Northern Ohio R..R. at the d here 8ummeI. Specials Salt "...,..., 15c, a pound Rio Coffee 18c a pound Santos 25c a Dound 60c Grade Green Tea 45c a pouni 1 0 pounds Granulated Sugar 7$C 25c Box Hersheys Cocoa...... 19c 6 loaves of 5c Bread . .... : :. '. . . . 2Se 3 loaves of 10c Bread .....i. 25c Baked right here. Just like homemade. At Pclton's Grocery and Bakery i Mrs. Walter Fenton and Mrs. Ad-! die Miller left yesterday for a ten day visit in Toronto. ' ' Mir. Frank Griesiriger of Dayton. who has been visiting at home of his partents, returned to Dayton Thurs day. Mr! Ray C. Mc Millan of Richmon- dale.'a former pastor of the Baptist church at Litchfield, was a guest of bee, Lanham and John Beck on Thurs day and Friday. ; Miss Vglda.Kingsbury, with twentv- five of her pupils, will give a recital in the Disciple church next Thurs- day.'vening, Aug. 27, at 8:30. Every body is invited to. attend. ' On last Sunday afternoon the Rosenthal's Orchestra gave their usual good concert at Chippewa Lake Park.' Mary Glessner Vaughn soprano, of Cleveland was soloist. Mrs. J. C. Morrison, Mrs. C. I. Marks, Mrs. Melville Miller of Akron spent Tuesday of last week with their uncle, J. F. Styer, the oc casion being the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Styer. Mrs. C. E. Clark of Texas was a caller at the home of her niece Mrs. John Beck on last Friday. Mrs. Clark is visiting her sisters, Mrs. G. W. Swartz and Mrs. Dewitt Thomp son of Mallet Creek. ,;. , ,. ,; : Our two Sunday schools will have a picnic at Bennets gulf, Thursday. Aug. 27. Everybody is invited and bring well filled baskets. All kinds of sports and contests and a baby show. Ice ! cream will be served. Everybody come have an old-fashioned picnic. Attorney N. H. McClure, Wads- worth's city colicitor, received 71 Re publican and 88 Progressive votes, at Tuesday's primary, for common pleas judge. Mr. McClure is a candidate for the office but his name did not ap pear on the ballot. The votes he received were written on the tickets by his friends. Wadsworth Banner- Press. 51-1 BACK GIVES OUT Plenty qt Medina' Readers Have This .iExperlence-' You tax": the kidneys-overwork them . ' ; 7 7. '. j They can't keep up the continual strain. '''. ?'m The back may give out K may ache and pain; 7 . J Urinarv trmihlen nmv sot in . J W V V ... A Don't wait any longer take Dban's ICidney Pills. ' : Medina People tell you how they act. A. H. Ryan, carpenter, 214 East Smith road, Medina, O., says; " had an attack of lumbago. For sev eral days I was hardly able to get about I heard, what Doan's Kidney Pius had done for others and I used them. Three boxes cured me and have had no trouble from my bock since." v - ; Price 50c at all dealers. Don simply ask for a kidney remedy, get Doan's Kidny . Pills, the same that Mr. Ryan had. Foster-Milburn . Co Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ORDINANCE Determining to proceed with the improvements of Bronson street from Huntinfirton Street tn VnnrtArv atmaf . Foundry street from Bronson street to tne norm line of lot 563: Hunting ton street from Bronson street to North street; Union street from North Court Street to Huntington street in sewer district No. 1. Also Mil stree from sewer intersection ' 1 and jnanhole west tn tflmwfwtH at-mot. I South Broadway from Grant Btreet ovuvii hi swum streei. in sewer aisirict iso. z, m said village, by the construe tion of sanitary uv, tVieroJn : fBE JT ORDAINED BY, THE COUN w.iniS V ILL AUK VF MEDI NA. STATE OF OHIO. THREE FOURTHS - OF, ALL MEMBERS ELECTED THERE-TO : CONCURR ING. ' .... , ... : SECTJ0N ONE. . That it is here by determined to ' proceed with thi improvement of Bronson Street from r Look in 5: $2.00 Shoes Every pair, bought be- the advance, y Yes you can. buy $2 , 8hoejS.in any shoe store but there is a difference in Two Dol lar shoes Ours are made by the' largest' manufac turers in the United (States. ; ' Patents Dull Vici Kid Tans $2 GRIESINGERS Keeping House requires a definite method of procedure in handling the household finances. When bills, and miscellan eous accounts are paid by check the record of the transaction may be kept systematically and the check serves as a receipt. We cordially invite the women of Medina and vicin ity to open Checking Ac counts with this strong bank and to take advantage of the assistance which they, ren der in household manage? . . It I ON DER STAT PERVISI R. H. Cotton, Life Accident Ml- Automobile Insurance 1054 .Leader-News Bide., Cleveland, Ohio. Telephone Main 5959, P. O. Box 222. Huntington street to Foundry street; Fpundry street from Bronson street to the north line of lot No. 563; Huntington street ' from ' Bronson street to North street; Union street from North Court street to Hunting ton street; all in sewer district No. 1. Also Mill street from manhole in sew er 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, catch-basins, 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 An accordance with the plans, specifica tions, estimates and profiles hereto fore approved and now on file in the office of the clerk of said village. ; SECTION TWO. That aU claims from damages resulting, therefrom shall be judicially enquired intoi before commencing of the proposed improve- ment, and the solicitor Is hereby auth orized ; and directed to institute pro ceedings, in a court of competent jurisdiction to enquire . into such claims. v SECTION THREE. That the whole cost of said improvement upon each of said streets respectively, less one-fiftieth and the cost pf intersect ions,' shair be assessed by the fobt- rrontao-e upon' the' lots and bounding and abutting trodn the nroJ posed improvement, which have been determined to be specially benefited V Syst any , , ;r ; Our Windiows See the New Fall , New Shoes For Fall . - 7 Our Prices on Good Shoes make, "Looking Else, where," a waste of Time- It's True. $2 to $4. GRIESINGERS I p. FarmeF We would again call your attention to the fact that we have a full line of Plows and Tillage Tools At prices that are right and every piece is fully warranted. This Same Square Deal the Same to Everybody Miller & Collin v I f t t ? T T t t 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 t v ? t ? ? ? ? Goods delivered to our R. F. D. Cus tomers Parcel Post PREPAID W. J. fall Cornrr Dm Store Medina, O. i bv said Imnrovpmpnt. which 1 rnstn r 11 i i i 7. . . ' .. shall include the costs of the prelim J "VJ1 11U VI llttuii OUU HUU SVIVCb ill BtUU BCWer UlSinCbi 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 issued way between Grant street and South in anticipation of the collection of the street in sewer district No. 2, the costs deferred assessmentsand all other ; of which shall be assessed eauallv. hv necessary expenditures; and that the bonds of said village of Medina shall be issued in anticipation of the col lection of the- assessments in an , amount equal thereto. SECTION FOUR. That as above determined all the lots and lands bounding and abutting upon said im provement shall be assessed for the 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 between Bronson" street and North street; Union street between North Court Street unH HuntinfftMi trot . Court la sewer district No. 1 shall be ti Shoes. Tender Feet For years this store has made a specialty of "Soft easy shoes for Tender Feet." These shoes are nice looking shoes They fit . like a fine dress shoe Made in both high and low cut No nails or tacks or threads to hurt Right shape for bunions do not hurt your corns, $1.45 to $5.00 GRIESINGERS a. t t t y ? Y t Y Y Y f Y Y ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ? ? Y ? Our store is in charge of a regist ered Pharmacist at ALL TIMES. rarsa tnnn11v hv fVin 1- J "J j.iuuuiKC, between the places indicated, upon all the foot frontage between the places indicated upon both of said streets in said sewer district SEC1ION FIVE. That the clerk of said village is herby authorized and directed to advertise for bids for the I construction of said improvement ac coramg to law. . SECTION SIX. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from 1 and after the earliest period allowed by law.- ' ' - . Passed. Aug 11, A. D. 1914. R, t. Gehmaa, Attest Geo. L. McNeal. Clerk, " TU&yor. 50-2