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THE MEDINA SENTINEL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER y4, 1914.
r: tinjuxruwu nnnnruvuiirutn. nop LOCAL EVENTS j J3 ' The A. I. Root factory will shut down all of fair week for repairs. The Tuesday Afternoon Thimble Gub met this week with Mrs. Neal Kellogg. -Lightning struck Ray Holcomb's residence on South Vine street Tues day evening. t Ed. Bartholomew gave a stag party to a number of friends Wed nesday evening. Eugene V. Debs, socialist orator, is scheduled for an address at the Wadsworth opera house next Tuesday evening. Miss Edith Barry entertained a party of young friends at a six o'clock dinner Thursday, later attending the Princess. At the Methodist church last Sunday evening Rev. Hass uttered a very forceful exposition of the liquor question. Miss Edith Berry entertained Thursday at 6 o'clock dinner and thea ter party in honor of Miss Ruth Graff of Ceveland. Knights and Ladies of Security a party last Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keman on Prospect street. i S. H. Branch moved last Tuesday into the Miss Bishop house on North street, formerly occupied by T. Lan ham and family. The Willing Workers' circle of King's Daughters entertained their husbands at a picnic supper at Chip pewa Lake Thursday. Advertised letters at the Medina postoffice are for: G. W. Barcroft, Garvandulya Mihaly, Mrs. Frank Gem, Landon J. Hart . On account of the visitation of sickness and death at the Winch home, close by, the Methodist church bell was not rung last Sunday. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Congregational church held a social tea at the home of Mrs. R. M. Mc Dowell Thursday afternoon. A number of Methodist women attended the Wooster district conven tion of the Foreign Missionary socie ty at Shreve, 0., during the past week. A reception for Mr. and Mrs. Ed wards, the new Episcopalian minister and wife was held Wednesday even ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.Chas, Hobart ' Photographer F. W. McDowell will divide his time between Medina .ndJRittman, beginning) Sept 6. Sun days and Mondays he will serve the Rittman people. 1 A recital of some of the pupils of John Beck will be given Saturday afternoon in the Methodist church, Parents and friends of the pupils are cordially invited. Mr, Fred Adams 'celloist, will play. The Ladie's Aid society of the Methodist church at Chippewa Lake held their regular monthly meeting this week with Mrs. 0. A. Persons of West Lafayette street, one of the former members of the society. A man in a neighboring town while on his way to borrow his neigh bor's paper was struck by lightning and instantly killed. Let a word to the wise suffice subscribe for the Sentinel and have a paper of your own.; , A town that is large enough and good enough for a man to earn his liv ing in is good enough for him to buy his provisions in. If he does not think so, both he and the town would be better off if his tent were pitched on other prairies. W. A. Mcintosh, who has been manager of the Princess theater the past year, severed his connection with that play-house on Monday. Mr. Henry ' Gardner, a member of the Princess company, will be in charge the coming year. The presidents of the ' various boards of education ofHomer, Guil ford, Westfield and Harrisville town ships of Medina county met at Lodi recently and elected Norris P. Clark of Litchfield district superintendent Mr. Clark has been superintendent of the Litchfield centralized schools. Reader when you are prepared to come to town to do some trading just pick up your home paper, glance at the advertising columns and see who wants the trade. We guarantee they will save you money. The man who advertises certainly has inducements to offer or he wouldn't ask you to caM and see him before buying. Miller & Collin will move their implement business from . the Ken-iedy-Warner building on South Elm wood to the building on South Court street owned by C. M. Fenn and re cently .vacated by C. C. Robinson. Some re-modeling of the building is to be done, and they expect to oc cupy it by the last of September. On last Wednesday evening the musical friends of Ralph Harrington pleasantly surprised him by bringing their instrument to the theater where Mr. Harrington is Violinist and spent the evening in playing. - After the theater was over the management took tie toys to Uenegay'i restau rant and Mcintosh's ice cream parlor and gave the boys a time;' Ralph has made many friends in his playing and will be missed in musical circles when he leaves for Spencerian Bus iness College next week. - '-I I A county superintendent , in : a neighboring county asked every teach er at the county institute who took their local or county paper to hold up their hands end only six responded. The .Superintendent expressed great surorise and said: "You don't spend a dollar a year with those papers, yet vou expect them to print free of charee notices of all institutes, in sert long programs, expect them toi advertise you, thus agisting you to climb the ladder to better positions and better salaries, without a cent m return. The newspaper man is blamed for a whole lot of things he can't help, such as using partiality in mentioning visitors, giving news about some folk and leaving others out, etc. He sim ply prints all the news he can find. Some people inform him about such things and others do not An editor should not be expected to know the names and residences of all your un cles, aunts and cousins even if he should see them get on or off the train. Tel' us about it It's news that makes a newspaper, and every man, woman and child can be asso ciate editor if they only will. LAFAYETTE MALLEI CREEK Mr. I. M. Weisz of Zelenople, Pa., was a guest at the home of Mr. A. K. Weisz this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Starr are at tending 'the state fair at Columbus. Miss Mary Phillips was in Cleve land Saturday. The Lester school house is being re papered, and the Erhart school repainted. There will be no preaching at the M. P. church next Sunday morning, but the Sunday school will convene at the usual hour. Both schools in Mallet Creek are trying to become front-liners. The W. C. T. U. met at the home of Mrs. M. E. Branch, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dutt went to Ak ron Wednesday afternoon, called there by the sudden death of Mr. Dutt's brother. There will be preaching at the Con gregational church next Sunday morning and choir meeting Friday evening. r c On Friday evening the Congre gational church ladies will give social at the residence of Mrs. H. E. Kulp, Pie a la mode will be served. The class of 1914, Y. H. a, has made an addition to the picture col lection of the school. , Mi-s Hazel Manning returned to her work in Elyria, Monday morning, after a vacation of several weeks. Mrs. H. M. Williams and little son of Grafton were guests at the home of Mr. J. M. Seeley on Tuesday. . The ladies of the Congregational church will jserve dinner at the town hall next week Thursday. Club No. 5. Miss Hallie Manning, chairman will serve. A corn roast and marshmallow toast will be given on the Congregat ional church lawn Saturday evening, Sept. 12, by the C. E. Society. Every body is invited to come and ' have some fun. SPENCER " Mrs. Flossie Weltmer went--to Cleveland last Friday for a few days visit with friends.' : ' ' ' Jesse Lance and wife of v Doyles town visited his brother Jamse a couple of days last week. Henry Lance and wife of Hametown spent the last of last week and the first of this with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Myers of Chat ham visited at the home of Wayne Carlton last Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ernst and a few friends of Cleveland were at the home of Geo. Ballasch last Saturday, and Sunday. , A little girl arrived at the home of Melvin Mosier and wife last Thurs day morning, Aug. 27th. Miss Letha Carolton bave a musical recital, assisted by quite a number of her pupils. There were about 30 present A D. Miller attended the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. G. H. Lowe, of Cleveland last Saturday. Mrs.' Mary Johnston and three child ren of Elyria are spending some time at the home of Wayne Carlton. Mrs. Mosier of Burbank is at the home of her son, Melvin Mosier, help ing to care for that new girl. ' Mrs. Ira Dull of Lodi spent Wed nesday of this week with her-niece, Mrs. Laura Mosier. Samuel Kulp and sons returned Wednesday from the State fair. Started three years ago, reformed church building WESTERN STAR Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wright and daughter Susie, of Rittman, and Mr. and Mrs. G. Bechtel, of Akron, were visitors at the L. Nash home Sunday. Wm. Shock and family, of Mont ville, were Sunday visitors at the E. Shock home. Agnes Dick returned to her home in Wadsworth Sunday, after several weeks stay at the home of . her brother at this place. Preaching Sunday by Rev. Heav low; the last before conference. Otis Branon is home after a week spent in Cleveland with his father. Three of Tom McDermott's child ren of Kenmore, are visiting their grandparents at this place. Miss Mattie Mice of Akron, is spending a week with relatives at the Star. ' ' Mrs. Wall and daughter, of Akron, visited at the1 Star Tuesday. WADSWORTH the new on High' A st, Is nofy completed and ready for its dedication on-Sept. 6. . JtA The Rebekah" lodge is making prep paration for the annual meeting of the district comprising Summit, Me dina and Wayne counties and both state and district officers will be here. It will probably be held the first regu lar meeting night in September. , The position of Latin and German teacher in the Wadsworth high school, from which Miss Flora Speel man resigned, will be filled by Miss Zella Krieder of this place. ; Miss Krieder has had a college prepara tion of eight years in Latin and Ger man. She was teacher of Mathemat ics in the local high school a year ago. Miss Speelman will go to Miles. City, Okla. :.. ' The corps of teachers for the pub lic schools is now complete. A big increase in attendance is expected in all grades and it may be that new rooms will have to be provided. The Wednesday afternoon vaca tions, which were taken by Wads worth store keepers and dentists dur ing the summer have been discontin ued. , : ENTER SEPT. 8 Upon a course of business training and be prepared for a good position by next spring. The new Modern Business Course gives train ing in- stenography and bookkeeping and includes salesmanship and office - training. Fit yourself for a . 1 good position at this school. ; Call and see the work being ' '; done. Ask for catalog and ; ' '. copy of , "RESULTS." . Actual Business- College The School That Gets Results Hamilton Bldg., Akron t X ? A. A I z A X X X X X X X X X X ' X X X A ' z T A T; T- . T T. 1 W A TN'r 1 T TTT TO A r ALL O.ALZ) AKE, tlLML Stop and look them over you will find something entirely new in shape and , style. ; ' '"- Qualitirs are better than ever before. Prices the same as always. Rosemore Hats, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 College Brand, . . $2.00 Freeman's Reliable, Soft and Stiff Hats, . ; $2.00 and $150 Howard, ' Famous Soft and Stiff Hats, , $3.00 Nobby Balmaccaans and Valours, $1.00 and $1.50 Caps, , The newest Shapes and Colors, 50C $1.00 and $1.50 Children's Hats, Newest Styles, 50c ';' 1 . i - ' , 1 .'' 1 ' . Our Hats are up-to-date. Buy here and you will be Satisfied. I X X Thos. Ferrii Sons' an Leading Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers. f t t f ? ? ? ? t t t T ? f y t I f t Rolla Dague has been stricken with appendicitis. She has been taken to the hospital, had an operation and is now in a critical condition. The Hull reunion was held at the Fred Dague farm, on the Smith road, on Wednesday of last week. Dr. Stephan's fine new re idence on West Main street is nearing comple tion. He has also built a nice barn, chicken house and hog pen. J. H. Gardner and wife, W. H. Auble and family attended the Wiley family reunion in Norris Grove, at Nankin, on Thursday of last week. Mrs. Maude Firestone took Aubles to the reunion in their fine new auto. Mrs. Clara Woods and family and several other relatives attended the Garver reunion at Chippewa Lake last Thursday. That was a fine rain we had on Fri day and Saturday of last week. It did much good. There is a rumor that wedding bells will ring before the end of the week. C. & S. W. CAR BURNED Paspengers on the Southwestern limited due in Medina at 7:15 were treated to something out of the ordi nary (.Sunday evening, when. the car waa leaving:: the Lorain street car barns in. Cleveland. - A pedestrian noticed that the rear part of the car was on fire and before Motorman Bricker and Conductor Geitgey could extinguish it, the wir ing was damaged, making it neces sary for another car to push the lim ited into Kamms Corner,, where the passengers were transferred to r tn- f DokV Tov ?V v ? A Tot?. Voujt7' SfflK t ? ? t ? ? V ? X ' X V X X X X X X X ? ? ? V ? ? ? In buying our line of hard ware we "comb" the market and find many things no other hardware store in this town carries. This brushes aside all competition. And when you "fork over" your money to us we give you hardware which will X bear inspection. , We like to have the "light" turned on our business methods. ; Those who see and price our goods, buy them. t f t ? ? y t 0ATIU1ANSHDCT- . rates el interest which arc now sappinj i ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? t ? ? y f s 1 The Man Who Wants . $ To Borrow Money BBSMBBBMBSBHBBBHBfHBBBSSBBBBBBBHBBBBSSBMBBiBBBBBSiBBBHaBBMBBlBBBBBSMt ' and the man who wants a safe place to keep his mon ey, a place .where . he can- leave it with tie certainty of getting all or any part of it at any time, are both ap preciated patrons at this bank. ...-. v.. .... , . ( We do a general commercial banking business we co-operate ?ith and assist our customers in the up building of their business. mm Wt' ,:: "I We are constantly gaining new patrons and shall be pleased to number you among them. 4 Per Cent Allowed on SaYings Accossts. ; OLD PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK MEDINA, OHIO. s .J WWW Tf f ttt T i. THE LIGHT CAR DELUXE Economy , of Motion isits Backbone It Hugs the Ground It Always Starts i The Oldsmobile Model 42 is the kind of a car that proclaims quality in every line; a car that a man can show to his friends, and his wife can show to her friends, with the assurance that it is . ' , 't ..'..: The Aristocrat of its Class The Thoroughbred, of Little Cars Western Reserve Garage Soli Agents for Medina County. W. E. Bowman, Prop. Medina 0. t Phone or Call for Demonstrations.' T - Farm tenancy is the greatest menace now confronting the nation and can be checked only by affording the tenant and the laborer facilities for acquiring property and by reducing the high rates of interest which are now sappmg Where there-is a silo there is pros ferity. ' " FOB SALEDraft colt, cheap if sold at once. Walter Harsh, Medina, O. Fhsae 1221. Walter Harsh, Medina, . ia-