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THE MEDINA SENTINEL FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1914.
The Effect of the War
On American Fashions
The popularity of crinoline hangs in
the balance. The war is Btifling Pari
sian news and it will probably be up
to American dressmakers whether
they follow the lines set by Poiret,
Boucet, and many other French
houses before the war depleted their
ranks, or whether it will be a period
of American creations designed for
American women. It is an ill wind
truly that blows no one some good,
and this terrible conflict abroad may
mean the uprising of dominating Am
erican styles!
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ter". is worn with th! cosstune.
This wide fiat tri mictl tailor is the
nt of the momo'is. It is flat with a
larfe, round, low crown, 't -is 'made
of v.: raw, taffeta o: velvet ard trim
med frimply with a rose, a quill, or a
wiappy bow. The shape itself is
unable for as nan diverse occa
sions as its trimming or the material
used in its making.
The next illustration is of a model
in brown grosgran taffeta, which is
Mh rew and smart The waist ii
made with an overwaist which has a
rippling cape in the back. This is
worn over a plain waist which but
tons down the front. A tunic, t'jeked
in groups of three around the waist,
is worn over a tighter underskirt of
striped taffeta, while a wide sash of
striped taffeta ties with a large bow
just below the cape in the back.
For winter suits and separate coats
the pile fabrics, such as velvet, plush
and the many imitation fur cloths,
are most fashionable. For the very
dressy afternoon costume a delicate
pile material, combined with velvet or
with a chenile striped fabric, is stun
ning. The basic material for these
stripes is usually chiffon or soft satin.
Lace will be used this Fall on after
noon as well as evening gowns. White
or cream lace tunics over black are
very good and often worn with the
fashionable basque waist of satin, or
velvet. Net with satin or velvet
band are, also, smart and used in the
same way whether in black or white.
The style of wearing the hair i3 de
cidedly changed from last season
when the ears and line of the hair on
the neck and brow was invisible, but
now the hair is combed straight from
the back of the ears, leaving the ears
exposed. To be absolutely correct in
Paris the hair should be drawn away
from the forehead, leaving it perfect
ly bare. Another way becomnig to the
woman with a high forehead is to
have the hair parted on one side, not
waved at all, but drawn back from the
face with a light, Btraight fringed
bang falling over the forehead.
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A Smart Dress Developed in Attract
jvely Combined Plain and Striped
Serge
The arrival of wider ' and fuller
skirts cannot be denied, and many of
them are held out by a heavy cord in
the hem. Then therb is a long, full
tunic, often made of lace with a tight
er underskirt below. Around the edge
of the tunic are wreaths of artificial
roses. The waist is of "lace or tuttle
ind, the line of tha lew neck" is out
lined by-there same roses. - - '
The 1870 ,tyle of .bodice, which is
so stylish novi is' ilmist" always seen
Sleeveless.. It has a long waistline
and a strap over the shoulder. This
waist conforms more to the figure
than the waists of a few months ago
and has a lining of chiffon cr very
light weight silk. A striking gfwn of
this type, which I have juiit seen, was
made of very dark blue soft silk: The
straps which went over the shoulders
were not applied but in one with the
dress and so wide that they drooped
well over the shoulder. About the
round cut decollete neck was an inch
wide beaded band of Jet. The sleeve
less armhole had a band of beaded in
sertion, composed of a series of long
bugles placed crosswise, with a smal
ibead on either end at the edge.
six-inch beaded girdle encircled the
waist drooping well over the hips. The
skirt had a long and plain tunic,
slightly fulled at the waist Just be
low this was noticeable a tight fitting
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' The modern crinoline dress is in
deed paradoxical when one thinks
that altho skirts seem fuller,' there h
always a tighter skirt underneath. In
fact, in one of the late French mag
czines was shown a wonderful gown
of sheerest pale pink organdy, and
showing through was the figure
swathed from waist to ankle.
Tha materials for fall suits, in
clude broadcloth, garbardine, serge,
prunella cloth and a few heavy cash
mere. These materials are also used
for dresses, as shown in my first il
lustration, which is made of t''ain
dark blue serge and novclt blae
serge with a fine stripe of white upon
it The two materials an- combined
charmingly, glecves and doubh cir
calar bands are of the pta'n serge
, w u'e the lower part of walat and
sk'rt ot ftrfpff. Pnbity collav and
I- 'nUcJ con's of , linen arc charmingly
embn&kred at the corners with
ft mi design, adding a feminine touch
of daratinesa. A large flat sailor
shape, called try the Parisians "cano
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ORDINANCE
To levy Special assessments for the improvement of union
Street from North Court Street to Huntington Street: Hunt
ington Street from Branson Street to North Street: Bronson
. ' t" Street from Huntington Street to Foundry Street and Foun
dry .Street from Bronson Street to the north line of Lot Num
ber 563, all in Sewer District Number One: Also Mill Street
from sewer intersection thereon and manhole to Elmwood
Street: and South Broadway from Grant Street to South
Street in Sewer District Number Two by the constmttion of
sanitary sewers therein. . '
BE IT ORDAINED BY THECOUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE
MEDINA, STATE OF OHIO.
SECTION ONE: That to pay for the portion of the cost and expenses
heretofore determined to be specially assessed for the improvement of
Union Street from North Court Street to Huntington Street; Hunti"rton
Street from Bronson Street to North Street: Bronson Street from Hunt
ington Street to Foundry Street: and Foundry Street from Bronson Street
to the north line of Lot Number 563,' all in Sewer District Number One,
Also Mill Street from sewer intersection thereon and manhole to Elmwood
Street: and South Broadway from Grant Street to South Street in Sewer
District Number Two, by the construction of a sanitary sewer therein to
be assessed upon the lots and lands hereinafter described, the several
Sewer District JNumDer one.
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deducting the amount so paid in cash from the total amount of the fund to
be provided, and the bonds issued shall be severally reduced in amounts'
proportionally. - ,
SECTION FOUR: That upon sale of said bonds the proceeds thereof
together with the cash payments of assessments if any, shall be placed in
the Village Treasury and disbursed upon proper vouchers in the payment,
of the cost and expense of the improvement aforesaid. y
SECTION FIVE: That the annual assessments and all portions thereof
shall be applied to the payment of said bonds and theinterest thereon as
the same shall become due and to no other purpose whatsoever.
SECTION SIX: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in forca'
from and after the earliest period allowed by taw. 1
Passed August 25th A. D. 1914. , v R.L.GEHMAN,
Attest Geo. L. McNeal, Mayor
Clerk 52-2
amounts nerein sei lurui, viz.jvt
UNION STREET
OWNER DISCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
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Number of lot
H. C. Bradway .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 163
H .C. Bradway 166
H .C. Bradway. 171
H .C. Bradway., 174
Andrew Maple.. 162
W. F. Griesinger 167
John Iper Jr. 170
Charles H. Iper 170
Henry Griesinger 170
Henry Griesinger .. 170
Henry Griesinger . . . '. 175
Anna Tibbitts Waters 175
Pvthian Sisters Home O.L.13
HUNTINGTON STREET
157 72.
446 33.
447 77.88
ASSESSMENTS
Frontage
259
257.68
256.75
255.27
259
257.68
100
92.07
60.
10.
30.
50
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Proposals for County Money
Sealed proposals will be received
until twelve o'clock nocn Sept. 7, A.
D. 1914, by the Commissioners of Me
dina County, Ohio, at the office of the
County Auditor, for the use of the
money of said County, under the pro
visions of Sections 2715-2745 of the
General Code of Ohio, and providing
for the selection of Depositories for
the active and inactive accounts of
said County. All proposals will be
opened and read at a public session of
said Board on the day and hour above
I named, and the moneys of the active
$112.37 : account of said County will be award
111.80 ed to the bank, banks or Trust Com
panies located at the County Seat
that offer to pay the highest rate of
interest thereon, not less than one per
cent per annum on the average daily
balance, and the moneys of the inact
ive account 6f said county will be
awarded to the bank, banks or Trust
Companies located in Medina County
111.40
110.75
112.37
111.80
43.39
39.95
26.03
4.34
13.02
21.70
14.32
Mary A. Clark. .
Sarah Pritchard
Sarah Pritchard
Alvah Washburn 447
Adelaide H. Whipple 432
Ella S. Gardner Branch. 433
Wm. O. & Hazel Morton 434
R. W. Turner 435
BRONSON STREET
106.92
88.11
74.25
74.25
74.25
Jennie B. Paull.
Emilia T. Swift
John Kunta. . . .
John Kuntz.. .,
Frank Spellman
436
436
437
438
439
Carrie Beach.. 439
Carrie Beach 440
Adelaide Chenoweth 440
Emilia Swift 441
Charles R. Clement 441
Charles R. Clement 442
George Komjathe 442
L. F.Eldred 443
Rebecca Gayer 444
Mary A. Bowman 445
Anna B. King.. 446
J. S. Pierce
Wm. Ulmer
Wm. Ulmer
Mary A. Bowman
Anna is. King. .
Anna B. King..
Anna B. King..
Anna B. King. .
Anna B. King..
Anna B. King. .
'Anna B. King. .
Anna B. King .
Anna B. King .
Anna B. King .
Anna B. King-'.
Anna B. King .
A. L. Burnham
A. L. Burnham
Jim Bamockz
Jim Barnockz
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447
447
448
449
465
464
463
462
461
460
459
458
457
456
455
454
557
556
556
555
37.12
37.12
74.25
74.25
49.50
24.75
24.75
49.50
49.50
24.75
24.75
49.50
74.25
74.25
74.25
74.25
60
14.25
62.33
74.25
82.50
82.50
82.50
82.50
82.50
82.50
82.50
82.50
82.50
82.50
82.50
82.50
45
22.50
22.50
45
FOUNDRY STREET
Mary A. Ingraham.
Medina Foundry Co.
Medina Foundry Co.
Dwight Holcomb
Dwight Holcomb
Dwight Holcomb
Asa Curtiss . .
F. L. Harding . ,
Carrie Calvert .
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559 ,
560
561
562
563
139.92
: 153.80
119.28
45
'45
45
45
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48.92 !
$30.88
14.16
34.40
45.85
' 37.78
31.83
31.83
31.83
15.92
15.92
31.83
31.83
21.22
10.61
10.61
21.22
21.22
10.61
10.61
21.22
31.84
31.84
31.84
31.84
25.73
6.11
26.73
31.84
35.37
35.37
35.37
35.37
85.37
35.37
35.37
35.37
35.37
35.37
35.37
- 85.37
19.29
9.65
9.65
19.29
59.99
65.94
51.14
19.29
.19.29
19.29
19.29
19.29
20.97
that offer to pay the highest rate of
interest thereon, not less than two
per cent per annumon ' the average
daily balance. Each proposal shall
contain the names of the sureties or
securities, or both, that will be offered
upon the undertaking required by law
of the bank or trust companies filing
the same, in case the proposal is ac
cepted; such sureties shall not be
stock holders in the bank 1 or trust
companies offering said bond; said
bids shall be sealed up, endorsed,
"Proposals for County Money," to
gether with the name of the bank or
trust company submitting the same;
be directed to the Auditor of Medina
County, Ohio and to be filed in the
office of said Auditor before noon the
date above mentioned.'
The Board reserves the right to re
ject ny or all bods.
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners. L. F. Garver, County Auditor.
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loan or investment made by us is that
of absolute safety.
No matter what rate of interest or
other inducements are offered, no loan
or investment will be considered un
less it is believed to be absolutely
good. '. . :
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holders but of every one of our de
positors are safeguarded in every
way possible. V " ".
We are prepared to care for your
every banking need. , V
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BANK
EXCHANGE NATIONAL
LODI STATE
Assets More Than Half a Million Dollars
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MILL STREET
Estella Greenup .. .. .. .... ,12 - 97.18 . ; 35.49
Wm. Deucker 13 ! 54.12 - : 19.77
Wm. Deucker 14 10.22 3.73
Wm. Deucker 19 74.16 27.08
Flora E. Huffman 14 '72 26.30
Wm. Kane 14 110 40.17
H. M. Fenn 19 130.18 " 47.54
Charles & Eva Wolf 19 58.34 ,.,,,.., 21.31
Katherine Schmidt 17 70 ' 25.57
SOUTH BROADWAY
E. P. Brainard ..' 123 60 21.27
E. P. Brainard 123 40 14.18
L. P. Brainard 122 , 20 7.09
FredMabry.. , 122 80 28.36
Fred Mabry : 121 100 35.45
Fred Webber 120 100 85.46
Elizabeth Nugent 119 129.69 r , 45.98
Emma Fretter 124 100 , 35.45
Bertha B. Ensign 125 100 , 35.46
A. J. Fretter 126 100 35.46
Elton Wheeler .. 127 100 35.46
Geo. H. Smith 118 100 35.46
SECTION TWO: That the total assessment against each shall be
payable in cash within 80 days of the date of the final pansage of this or
Sale will last until Fair week.
Wonderful Bargains
Below you will find a few of the
remarkable reductions.
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A Dress of Grosgrain Taffeta with
Over Blouse Having t Ripply
Cape Back
The hair must show a high sheen
in these new modes of wearing the
hair, which only comes from constant
good care, and much brushing. This
style is called "au naturel."
Artificial flowers, especially roses,
are used extensively on gowns as well
as on hats. Garlands of them are fes
tooned upon fluffy dresses of tuttle or
lace. . They outline the low necks of
evening gowns and loop-up-sleeves,
and hang in streamers from the gir
dles. A single rose of golden, yellow,
pink or red, is the only bit of color
upon a gown- of sombre black or black
and white. In fact, a rose is not only
permissible, but quite an ultra touch
to many of the simple gowns. The
smartest spot to place it Is against
the neck on the left shoulder, and it is
quite stunning when placed at the end
of a fluffy ruche or in the middle back
of the fashionable Bernhardt ruche.
punt nor annum lmon the deferred navments. at the ontion of the
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All cash payments Bnaii oe maae to tne village treasurer, au in- a ,i i - i ' i j 11
stallments of assessments shall be certified by the Clerk of the Village y tUG ltiLUbl UUIUI'S UUU. paiLOrUS
to tne county AUOitor on or Deiore uie nros juunuuy vi oepitiiiuer nimuuuy, i w
to hf. bv him nlaced uDon the tax duplicate and collected as other taxes are I A
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SFrTinM THUKE: That to provide a fund for the navment of a V JLJKS X KJ MUAAkl
portion of the cost and expense for which the special assessments are here-1
in levied for the improvement of the streets aforesaid the Mayor and Clerk
of said Village are
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and. Six Hundred and Seventy-Five Dollars ($2675.00) and for Sewer Dis- 1
trict Number Two, in the sum of Six Hundred and Fifty-Seven Dollars
($657.00). both in the asrtrreirate sum of Three Thousand Three Hundred
and Thirty-Two Dollars ($3332.00) which bonds shall bear date of August
25, 1914 and be of the denomiasttons and payable as follows:
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hereby authorized to issue bonds of the Village of Me- V'S2 50 'BOVS SUltS at - - - - Sl.OO
Sewer District Number One, in the Bum of Two Thous- T,U . J , - ' V ,w v V
r,A Sovonfv.lTlvA Dnllnr. (S,?.K7ZM and for Rpwpr Din. X C fr 3 cHO C,-.2-l. 4- O A Q fj
4.00 and $5.00 Suits at - - 3.50
6.00 and $7.00 Suits extra
Fine Quality at -
One Bond for $333.00 payable April 1, 1916
One Bond for $333.00 payable April 1, 1917
One Bond for $333.00 payable April 1, 1918
One Bond for $333.00 payable April 1, 1919
One Bond for $333.00 payable April 1, 1920
One Bond for $333.00 payable April 1, 1921
One bond for $333.00 payable April 1, 1922
One bond for $333.00 payable April 1, 1923
One bond for $333.00 payable April 1, 1924
One bond for $335.00 payable April 1, 1925.
With interest upon said bonds at the rate of five and one-half per
cent per annum payable annually, evidenced by coupons. Said bondi to
be signed by the aforesaid officers and sold by them according to law, and
the proceeds thereof shall be applied to the payment ot tne cost ana ex
SOEVER: and for the payment of said bonds and the interest thereon, the
revenue faith of all the real and personal property in the Village of Medi
na is hereby pledged. Provided' that within the time specified and before
tha sale of said bonds anv of the said owners shall pay their total assess
ment in cash, the aggregate sum in bonds to be issued shall be reduced by
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