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. : Effective May 28, 1914 r Locals leave Medina for Berea and Cleveland at 6:22, 7:18, 8:13. 10:11 a. , m. 12:11, 1:42, '4;llil 6:11, 8:11, 10:11, ,11:58 p.m. 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 a. m.. 2:48. 3:48. 5:48. 7:48 B. m. ) ii Locals leave Medina for Chippewa Lake, Seville, Creston, Wooster, Lodi, west Salem, Asniana, mansiieia, uai ion, Bucyrus, at 7:26, 9:09, 11:09 a, m., 1:09, 3:09, 5:09, 7:0, 9:09, 11:01 p. m.and 12:57 a. m., the latter foi Sevule only. , Limiteds at 9:1, 11:15 a. m., 12:15 1:15, 4:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 p. m. 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. in- Master Russet Goodln and mother, who have been spending the past two weeks at Conneaut, returned home Monday. '. Miss Mildred Hobart and brother William returned Sunday from an ex tended visit with relative's in Algo nac, Mich. 1 Mrs. Addie Burt and son Elbert left last Sunday for a two weeks'. visit in LaPorte and Wooley, Iowa, and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs.. Walter Webber of Akron spent the week-end' with rel atives, They will go to Michigan for a vacation. ,. Mrs. George Senyard, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. The & Cleveland, Southwestern ,f Columbus Ry. Co. Ju. Newton. Afent Phone 1167 njui uirinnnjuvinAruiiinjm c; PERSONALb park, -guests of the . dirunjirinnniiJinnnrinfutnfiruTj' vuto Andrews, returned to her home in New York City Friday. 1 Mrs. S. G. Johnson of Creston was in Medina Sunday and Monday vis iting at the home of Mrs. Frank Ful ler and Mrs. F. L. Harding. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zimmerman of Wasliington, p. C, are guests in the homes of O. D. Chapen, W. E. Gries- inger, W. H. Hobart and F. O. Phil lips. : Mr. and-Mrs. JU. F. Borger and Miss Margaret spent the week-end at Cleveland Cottage, Chippewa Lake Misses Sitzen- ffW Fresh T Oyst spent kiss Helen Clark is visiting Wooster. - - Miss Irene Bostwick week in Akron. Miss Mary Kimball spent the past week in Cleveland. Miss Ruth Frase of Akron is visit ing at F. M. Branch's. . Miss Elsie Bennett entertained at "500" Friday afternoon. - Mr. and Mrs. Huber Root spent the week-end at Niagara Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Webber of Ak ron, spent the week in Medina, Miss.Florance Leach is spending a week, with relatives in" Norwalk. Mr. and Mrs. Frank randow vis ited relatives in Beebetown Sunday. ,An important meeting of the O. E. S. will be held next Tuesday evening. Miss Charlotte' Holcomb of Valley City is spending the week in Medina, ' Miss Jeanett Case of Cleveland spending several days at -her home here. Ira Drake and daughter Pearl spent Sunday with Philo Drake in Bruns- wick.- , Mr. J. F. Borger made a business trip to Conneaut, Pa., the past week, i;.,;, .'' Dr. Strong returned Friday frorn a visit " in Buffalo and London,"' New stock. Miss "Faith Anderson, Alice Best ln and Margaret Borger were guests of the Misses Sitzenstock at Cleveland last cottage, Chippewa Lake park, Wed nesday. Msr .C. H. Harding and daughter Gladys, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Miner, returned Monday to their home at Howe, Ind. Mr. Jack Snedden, who has been working here for the summer at the O. C Shepard Co., returns to Colum bus Sunday, where he will attend O. S. U. Hv, L. Mackey and his sisters, Misses Bertha May and Grace of 1606 Crawford Road, Cleveland, are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rienhart's, 127 North street. ' .' Miss Dorothy Fisher, who iff em ployed as stenographer by the well known firm of Hitchcock, Moxean. Fackler & Cross - in Cleveland, is spending a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Fisher.' , Miss Janetta Case of Cleveland vis ited her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Case, over Sunday. 1 She 'was accom panied back by Misses Thelma Case and Inez Brockway for a week's visit at Mrs. E. R. Fluent's. ers What is easier and better to have for supper than oysters? We have some direct from the beds. r lieave your money in Medina by buying our baked goods. We sell a dozen buns, cookies and a cake or jell roll for 25c or 12 cookies 10c Large piece cake 10c 12 cin rolls 10c. jell rolls 10c. Bread 5c, 8c and 10c always 6 small or 3 large 10c for 25c. Baked fresh every day in bur own oven. Anyday you want a hot pie for dinner call by 9 o'clock, tell the kind and you will have it FRESH CLEAN TOO from Pelton's Grocery and Bakery Man Read what he says about our "Wonderful Rubber Boots." . "I cut 4500 feet of ditch not only that I've worn them six months every morning in the dew, and the boots are perfectly good today. Believe me they are the best boots I ever had." G. H. Frost Aug. 17, 1914. $4.50 is the price. GRIESINGERS This New- We show them in Patent Mat Kid VirKid Gunmeial $2.00 $3.50 $4.00 GRIESINGERS $2.00 1 Shoes For Women A good one is mighty hard to find but we have them made by the same man for us Sor years. Many and many a store sells them for Two-fifty. GRIESINGERS City Market Special Saturday Fresh Pork Sausage 18c per lb. Pork Roasts (Shoulder) ...20c Pork Roasts (Loin) . . Pork Chop. Smoked Sausage .22c ;.29c 16c Round Steak 20c Serloin Steak ..20c Extra nice, spring chicken Yours for business . W. G. Stejigass PRnHATP Will of Gotloeb Muntz admitted to The Place tO BllV i ... x.j " probate. Wm. H. Dieterick appointed executor. Bond $2,500. -York,.; , , r '' Mri 3av SftrcenT. And Vr. A Pftnr . eroy, spent iSunday) withfriehdr ln -:Sf.f& instate of . David J. T. Calvert and family spent the week-end with Dr. and Mrs. Love at Shelby. ' ' - Miss Virginia StansTmry of Sister- ville is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. A. Nichols. Miss Mildred Calvert spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs. Fred Hutt at Ashland. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Spitzer and . children spent the week-end at Niag ara Falls. Mrs. A. S. Boyden and children re' turned Friday from their stay at Oak-Bluff. . " : Mr. Elmer Brown and family re turned to their home in Akron on -Wednesday. 1 Miss Genevieve Nichols spent the let Cleelai4.:U ""a i i ' lit. and' Mrs.' Weston and Mrs. Por ter of Akron spent the past week at Ed. Welling's. . Miss Ella Canavan returned home , last week from a two weeks' stay in New York City. " Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bibbins at tended the Columbus State Fair Mon day and Tuesday. ; , Miss Lena Smith is in Akron this week attending the Summit county teachers' institute. ' Miss Florence Hewes left Wednes day to spend several days with Mary Ingersoll at Elyria, Messers. Will Gates and John Renz are spending the week at Niagara Inventory filed in estate of Cath erine Barone. First and final account filed in es tate of Marcus O., Morton. Will of Jonathan Kindig and appli cation for probate filed. In case of State vs Abraham Kat- tas, defendant plead guilty and fined $20 and costs, $6 Fine and costs were paid and defendant discharged. Will of Edwin R. Culver and appli cation for probate filed. Citation to widower of Margaret Ringler returned. Authority given executors of will of Paul E. Waltz to sell notes. First and final account filed in es tate of Delia Wilcox. , Order of appraisement returned in guardianship of Pauline Miller. Will of Caroline Winch and applica tion for probate filed. ' ' ' An Investment When seeking a safe in vestment for your money, consider a savings account with the Savings Deposit Bank Company, which pays interest at the rate of 4 per cent compounded twice a year. Your principle will be ab solutely safe and the pay ment of your interest prompt, while the money is constantly at your command. UNDER SUPERVIS STATE !! ION U 'li m tfiUm i gmiiirMr vanrifniui m in imm miihw Wright's Book Store R. H. Cotton, HOMEKVILLE M. MARRIAGE LICENSE Raymond M. Long and Lucile Hemmeter, both of Medina. . Geo. Pletch and Edith Barnard, both of Harrisville. Layton E. Curtice, and Maud O. Beymer, both of Spencer. . Royal A. Waltz of Canton and Gladys Mi Smith of Spencer. , E. E. Depler of Ashland and Mae H. Brouse of Wadsworth. . Falls and Toronto fair. , f Mrs. Ed. Lowe returned Sunday evening from a two weeks visit with her parents in Clveland. Miss Bertha Klein of Cleveland spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klein.'. ' , ., Bert Strock attended the Strock re union at the home of Mrs. Edna Mc Connell in Creston, Aug. 29. ; - . Mrs. Ed. Bostwick and daughter kv have returned from a two weeks' trip . at Buffalo and Niagara Falls. 1 Mrs. Mary Crocker returned to her . home in Akron yesterday, after a two weeks', Visit with Medina friends. ' Miss Harriet Myers of Toledo, who has been visiting Miss Marion Glea- Mrs. Crocker and granddaughter, of Akron, who has been visiting friends in Medina returned home Monday.; Miss Adeline Adams, who has been . visiting at Dr. R. P. Nichols, return- TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE r H: H. Bussard to C. S. Weaver, lot 386, Seville village, $1. Jas. J. Bender to Barbara Reese, lot 1280, Wadsworth village, $1. J. F. Connor to Alpha Kemerer lot 907, Wadsworth village, $1. Walter Ebert to Alpha Kemerer, lot 830, Wadsworth village, $1 J. Handshue to Aaron Koppes, 19. 70 acres, Guilford, $1. Lewis Loeher to Enos Scheib, 9.08 acres, Guilford, $3,000. N. P. Nichols to' W; L; Hammer- Schmidt et al., lot 224, Medina village, $1.. 1 i Jennie B. Paull to Lena E. Tylee, lot 436, Medina village, $1. G. W. Ringler to Leger Goepfret, 4 acres, Harrisville, $235. E. A. Smith to Daniel Shaw, 58.54 acres, Westfield, $1. 'A. R. Webber to Catherine Singler, 203.07 acres,' Brunswick, $7,000. it-j notice '" C. C. Robinson's barn will be open td to her home in Cleveland SuridayJ until after the Medina Fair. Mrs. i Mary Crocker and grand- daughter, Josephine "Weaver;, spent 1 WANTED-Dining room girl at Am- the week-end with Mrs. James Long erican House, Medina, O. Mrs Lane is visiting her son Walter Lane and family. Mrs. John Rice Miss Florence liice and Mrs. Ray Barnes visited several days with Mrs. . Eimer Garman and family at Ravenna. Mrs. John Sechlu and ' daughter Edith of Chagrin Falls are visiting her sister, Mrs. Burt Camp. J., H. Zehmer and family spent Tuesday with Mason Cockrell and wife near Burbank. ,S. E. Forney and family attended the Garver reunion at Chippewa Lake. Thursday. Rev. B. E. Drushall and family of Lost Creek, Kentucky, are visiting his parents, J. Drushall and wife. Mr. Drushal preached in the Methodist church Sunday evening. 1 Milo E. Landes has gone to Hart ford to take, his position as principal in the centralized High school at that place. " ; . " ' " Elmer" McNair and wife visited' at S. E. Forney's Sunday. Chas. Drushal and two daughters of LeRoy spent Sunday with his par ents. , '' -, - . ;-i Prof. Lehman of Marshalsville was in town Saturday. ,, i ' V . Lewis Gloeser and wife ,and Otto Gloesr and wife are attending the G. A. R. encampment at Detroit this week. ; , ' ' 't.' r JLewis Eranj dnd ..wife ' and :i Sam Eshelman and wife will take an'aato tripk toxNiagara Falls this week. . Life 1v Accident Automobile Insurance No. Bldg., 1054 Leader-News Cleveland, Ohio. Telephone Main 5959. P. O. Box 222. N. E McClure Legal Advisor for the Village of WADSWORTH 191249134914 Candidate for Common Pleas Judge HINCKLEY " Everybody's friendr- Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil, the great household rem edy . for . toothache, ear-ache sore throat, cuts," bruises, scalds. . Sold at all drug stores, at 25 and 60c : Mrs Olie Fowler and children of Dennison, O. ,are visiting Mrs. C A. Van Deusen. Jay Wilcox has returned to Cleve land after spending his vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. Halbert Courtwright were in Medina last Tuesday. Rex Bartlett. attended teachers' meeting in Medina several days this week.' '" .. 5 The auto bus has ceased coming to Hinckley. It is hoped another one will start as there is a good opening for ' U- .. uue uere. Don't forget the fledina County Fair Sept. 15. 16, 17. Be sure and call on Miller & Collin Jtent and see their entire line of farm implements, carriages, power washers and gasoline engines, etc. But nowlis the time to look after your sulky plows, spreaders and grain drills. A Square Deal the Same to Everybody Miller S& Collin I I .V z z x I f t f t t ? ? Nyals Tonie Will overcome that listless run down feeling and loss of appetite, frequently following1 . .... . v. the hot summer weather. t x t A splendid reconstructive g tonic for impoverished blood and deranged digestive organs Nyals Tonie Will Tone Up YourlSystem. our personal Sold under X guarantee. ? & Goods delivered to our R. F. D. Cus- tomers Parcel Post V PREPAID W.J. fall Corner Dm Store Medina, O. r ? Y t t t r t t Y Y Y t ? Uur store is in A charge of a regist ered Pharmacist at ALL TIMES. t t Consumers Coal & Supply Co. flfgrs. Concrete Blocks Special prices on Car Load Lots. . WRITE .US FOR PRICfeS . 40-4 pd. - . LORAIN, OH : Itching, tortiiring skin eruptions disfigure, annoy and drive one wild. Doan'a Ointment is praised for ! ' ita work. 50c at all drug stores. , 0 LEGAL NOTICE Sealed bldg will be recelred by the Council of the Village of Medina, Ohio, at the office of the Village Clerk, until 12 o'clock noon on . September 19th, 1914, for furniahinc the nec essary labor and material tor improving Bron on Street from Huntington Street to Foundry Street! Foundry Street from Bronaon Street to the north line of Lot Number 563; Huntington Street from Bronaon Street to North Street; Union Street from North Court Street to Hunt ington Street, in Sewer District Number One Also Mill Street from sewer intersection thereon and manhole to Elmwood 8treet ; South Broad way Street from Grant Street to South Street in Sewe District Number Two, by the construction of a sanitary sewer with all necessary man holes, flush-tanks and other equipment, accord ing to the plans and specifications on file in the office of the Clerk of said Village. Bids (or . .labor and material must be separately stated. Each bid must contain the full nam of every person or company Interested therein and I DDAIN . flHIfV mu!,t be accompanied with a certified check for vsiiiy $200.00 on some bank in the Village of Medi na, payaoie to tne treasurer oi the village or Medina, as security that if the bid is accepted,, a contract will be entered into and ita perform ance properly secured. ' Should any bid be rejected such check wilt be forthwith .returned to the bidder, and should any bid be 'eci'Dpted, such check will be re turned upon;Mpj)er execution and securing of -contract. Rlght is reserved to accept or reject any or kit bids. . . By order of the Village Council, GEO. 1. McNEAL, Clerk. Medina, Ohio, August A. D. 1914. Swk.