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THE MEDINA SENTINEL; FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 1914.
VALLEY CITY I A U T OMBILES W nro In nnsitinn to offer von excentional values in used cars. Mr: Carl Weidner spent Sunday in many of which are modern. Cleveland. New arrivals every day. Watch Miss Stella Yost has been spending our stock. If you Drefer any the "vast week in Cleveland visiting Woodlawn cemetery, Saturday after snecial make, let US find it for relatives. noon- Mrs- Long was formerly Miss ' I WADSWORTH " William, the four-months-old child of Harry Long, of Akron, was brought here Friday and buried in MUNSON you. THE AKRON AUTO GARAGE . COMPANY 22 E. Bushtel. 230 S. Main AKRON. OHIO 46tf FOR SALE Draft colt, cheap if sold at once. Walter Marsh, Medina, 0. Phone 1221. Miss Margaret Wolfe returned Elala Meagr, of this place OR. R. J. 6A1PD. Practice Hmi'ed to diseabes of EYB- EAR, NOSE AND THROAT AND FIT, TING OF GLASSES. Office over 0. N Leach & Son's clothing store. Office day every Saturday. ' , ; ; ', MCDOWELL'S -Studio- Grounnd. Floor, North Court Street. BEST PHOTO GRAPHY, PORTRAITS, ENLARGING, VISIONING,. . KODAK FINISHING. Open Sundays by appoint ment. ' home Sunday evening from the hos pital. Mr. John Hoppe was a Sunday vis itor in Cleveland. Mr. Jos. P. Mac Carthy of Boston, Mass., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Prescher last week Thursday. Mr. Lutz and family entertained company from Cleveland last Sunday. Wm. E. Parmelee of Elyria and James S. Parmelee of Lansing, Mich., were visitors in town Tuesday. Hadwin Haselis on the sick list Robert and Mrs. Stevenson, War ren and Mrs. Long, and Ferry and Mrs. Winkelman, will leave during the week for a three days' camp at Rattlesnake hollow, south of Woos- ter, where the male members of the company will hunt game. Dr. S. Z. Beam and wife have re turned to their home in Tiffin after .spending a few days with their son, Rev. G. T. N. Beam. Mrs. Charles Grotz and daughter, Bes , of Akron, former residents of this place were week-end visitors in Miss Mary Appleby spent Saturday town, in Cleveland on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hoppe spent several days the past week in Cleve land. Mrs. Chas Frank has returned from her trip to Mount Clemens. Mr. Fred Woolpert of Michigan spent last week at Mr. Phillip Geiger's. Mr. J. A. Sailor has opened his pool room for the winter season. Mrs. A. W. Hoppe entertained rel atives from Fostoria last Monday. Mr. Glenn Hance of Sidney is vis itinsr Mr. Wm. Grabenstetter and 0 - family. Dr. Isaac Baughman of Cleveland called upon Wadsworth friends on Friday. The Knights of Pythias will confer the page rank upon one candidate On Monday evening. They expect to arrange to visit the Doylestown lodge on the fol1 owing Monday night when they will assist in conferring the knight rank. Harvey Miller of the Columbus Dispatch, stopped over a day to visit his brother, Dr. M. F. Miller, and family. He formerly resided here. Mrs. Noah Baker, who lives south of town, was badly injured when she was thrown from a buggy recently. Candidate for Common Pleas Judge GEO. W SMITH Republican. Satisfaction IS A BIG PART OF THIS EARTHLY EXISTANCE. WE'LL HELP YOU SO FAR AS NICE-FITTING, WELL-APPEAR. ING LAUNDRY G0ES AND THAT IS A LOT, TOO. JUST LOOK US UP IN THE DIRECTORY. WE'LL DO THE REST. V Mrs. L. C, Prescher spent Saturday The horse Btarted eone unexnectedly and Sunday in Cleveland the guest of and before she waa able to the Miss Avwine Muntz. Mrs. A. W. Siever severely tore the ligaments in her limbs last Friday. Dr. Kaufman of Cleveland attend ed to the case last Sunday. Dr. A. G; Appleby, J. A. Sailor, A. Bennett, and Wm. Mohler motored to Akron and Barberton last Sunday. John Causel and-wife of New Lon- lines she was thrown to the ground on her iace. one sustained a deep cut iii her fore-head and one on her nose and stitches were necessary to close both wounds: She is getting along nicely now. The shower tendered Mr. and Mrs. George .Harper and Mr. and Mrs Clifford Smith, both newly married don, 0., were the guests of Mr. and couples, of this place, by the Meth Mrs. E..B. Dolomore last Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Damon left Sunday for Battle Creek, Michigan, where she will take up a two year college course in dietetics. . Don F. Wood snent last week in Cleveland on important business. Joris Hoppe returned laBt Monday from a hosnital in Cleveland after 1 having her tonsils removed. Miss Anna Abele of Cleveland has odist church choir, at the home of Dr. H. A. Baldwin, was a most delightful social event It was al-o the occasion of a farewell reception to Joseph Birkbeck, of England, who leaves for Liverpool Monday, whence he will go to his home in Seaham Harbor. He has been in ths vicinity for nearly five months, and has made many mends here. Between 30 and 40 persons enjoy The been the guest of Miss Marie Sailor i the evening's entertainment which the past week. consisted of music and reading, . Mrs. Clerkin of Akron and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Griffith of Ca McHugh of Lorain were the guests of nal Fulton were Sunday visitors with Miss Mary Appleby on Sunday and relatives here. Geo. Adams and family of Cleve land visited at J. Hien's last week. H. Amsbaugh. and family, E. L. Auble and wife and C. Auble and fam ily attended the Auble reunion near Spencer last Saturday. Mrs. May Bittenger and daughter Margery of Creston visited at J. Hien's last Saturday. A number of relatives and friends met at the home of Alvin Stahle in itchfield last Sunday in honor of his approaching birthday anniversary. He became 61 years of age this week. Those present from a distance were, White and wife of Barberton, J. Hein and family of Munson, W. Cal- betzor and family, L. Wertz and wife, D. Gunsaulis and family J. Koppes and wife of Wadsworth, J. Houser and family, P. Houser wife and. daughter of Marshallville, Geo. Adams and family of Cleveland, E. Falconer and family of Lodi, Mrs. J. Kliner of, Washington D. C,., Nellie Stahle of Wooster, E. Beal and family of Litch field, G. Billman, wife and daughter of Akron. Dinner which was served to a merry crowd, consisted of duck, chicken, calads, fruits, pies, cake, watermelon, ice cream, etc. A pleas ant time and one to be remembered. (By one who was there.) Mr. Geo. Haas and wife of Coopersville, Mich., and Sol Whon settler and wife of Indiana spent ast Friday with her cousin Flora Grill. Miss Cora Plow and sister Hazel of Elyria visited at the Briggs home Sunday. Mrs. Mary Whitacre and son Frank of Wood county were at Bascom's. Carlton Koons and wife were in Co lumbus last week. When Choosing a Plumber 1 mm-WA Do not make the mistake of getting the cheapest. If a workman does not consider his work worth a fair price it prob ably isn't. If he could earn a days wages, he could get it. Call 1 1 10 for quick service and good work. Roy B. Oatman. Tel. KIO 123 Smith Road ins Medina ry PHONE 2R89 OR 1099 John D. Owen of Wadsworth Nominated by Democratic Primary for Common Fleas Judge After a hearty meal, take Doan's Regulets and assist your bowles and stomach. Regulets are, a mild laza tive. 25c at all stores. FOR RENT 17 acres of good pas ture. W. G. STEINGASS, Me dina, Ohio. f 46tf hoover Truss-Fitting Expert, I Trusses ; A scientific truss, which holds se curely, with less than one-ha'f ; the pressure of any other truss. Nofpres sure on the' back. ' No" tinder-straps and elastic bands. ... . . Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices are reasonab'e! Ladies and children j as well as men properly cared for. .Trusses, abdominal ( supporters, elastic hoisery, braces, artificial limbs Peoples Telephone 5292 45 S. Main tt, Over Waldorf Theatre. Opp. M I Monday. , , 1 About twenty young folks of Cleve land surprised Mr. John Mallert last Sunday, it being his birthday. All re- port a good' time. ' , Miss Gertrude Bishop of Medina was the guest of Mrs. Wm. Hoppe on Sunday. . ,, ... . Miss Mammie Critenton of Cleve land visited friends and relatives here last week. Miss Alice Prescher of Dunkrk New York spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Prescher. Professor F. I. Miller of Homes- ville, who waa the instructor of pen- NEW COURSE IN DAIRYING Owng to the great demand for voune men to sunervse the work in the Advanced Registry and Cow Test ing Associations, the College of Ag riculture will give a four-weeks course, beginning January 4th and endiner January 30th. This course will prepare men for the Civil Ser vice examination, which will be given the latter part of January. All per sons are required to pass this exam ination before qualifying as super visors. Most of the Advanced Regis try work comefs in the winter months, when the boys on the farm can easily get away and the testing pays $2.00 a day and expenses. However, for one who is interested in dairying, the financial end of it is a small part, as THERE has been so much said by many manufact urers of suits to sell at $10.00 that while we have always kept on hand this grade of clothing, this season we have added new styles to this class of goods and we will guarantee to give our customers as good or even better than ever. No one need to send away and pay express or Parcal Post charges. Come to us and will fit and suit you or get any size we may not have and will pay transportation and give a pair of suspenders. These a all wool worsted or cassemeres. e For those who wish an exceptionally attract ive or really fine and correct in every detail we will show our usual line of $15.00 and and $20.00 suits. Look at our line. We invite comparison and will guarantee Satisfaction. Any thing for the Man or Boy except Shoes. Fall Hats and Caps, an exceptionally strong line 50c to 3.00 manship in the old normal school compared with the experience and here $20 years ago; visited in town training one gets in visiting the best RICHFIELD Farmers are sowing wheat John Oviatt of Cleveland visited L. E. Humphrey Sunday. Mr. and . Mrs. Perry Townsend have returned to Cleveland for the winter. Miss Harriet Pope, Mrs. McKIn- Monday.. Mrs. Thomas Hilton, North Lyman st, is confined to her home with rheumatism. Herman Etter, who was to have left ths week for Wittengerg col lege, is in bed with an attack of sick ness which may prevent his attend ing school this term. Mrs. Carl Biebighauser and three children of Galion, Mrs. Belle Pil grim of Cleveland and John Vander coy of Cleveland were Sunday visit ors at the home of Mrs. Catherine Trapp. The first two will remain the rest of the week as guests of Mrs. John Brouse, Silver Creek. J. P. Baldwin, who has been the Wadsworth representative of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., for dairy herds in the state. C. F. HOBART Medina. Ohio Progressive Candidate For County Treasurer Election Nov. 3, 1914 SAMUEL ANDREWS stray and daughter, have returned to Beverai years, has resigned his . po- Candidate for Sheriff , on the Repub u.w.Leacncscsoii Clothiers, Hatters and Haberdashers 42 and 43 Public Square a re- Canton ONeil Co. AKRON. Q. ' 47tf For Farms And Village Property See Donaldson 60 acre fan.i; good 8-room, 2-story ' house; fair barn; on C. S. & C. Electric line; in Brunswick Township ? fertile soil, welt-watered, some timber; just the; home for some business man in Cleveland. Price reasonable.1 No. 67J4- A 20 acre farm, cheap; about 18 miles from Cleveland City limits. See -V 'v ; i, A ;Vt ; Donald s6h Cleveland. William Martin attended union of his -regiment at " last week. ii Carl Gundling has moved back to Richfield and occupies the Ward house... . ' , Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ray East wood, September 5, a daughter, Ruth Laverne. a. ..' . ' ' . . . ' . , . ,,. Bern, to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Carter, of Akron, formerly of Rich 'field, a son, on September 7. ' Miss Dorothy Chandler, of Cleve land, had been the guest of her cousin, Miss-Helen Ellsworth, for ft few days. ". Mrs. Samuel' Fauble has been visiting relatives and friends in Medina and Cleveland for a couple of weeks. ' 1 ? . Born, to Mr. and Mrs. James Wit son, on September 11, a son. Wesley Sykes and his mother have returned to Cleveland for the winter. .,, Miss Julia Pope will re main here a few days. Mrs. Georgia Damon and son, who have been visiting a C. N. Damon's for two weeks, returned to their home in Busyrus, last week. " Mr. w and Mrs. Cyrus Goodwin, brideand groom, of .Cleveland, were calling on friends here last week. She-was Bessie Chaffee', formerly of Richfield.,'; : W. E. Bigelow is now a full fledged embalmer and funeral direc tor,; .having recently passed the examination at Columbus, qualifying him as such. :', Harry1 Spear left Tuesday for Co umbus, where ne will begin a course In medicine and surgery in the medi- ul'4!$aretnt f CM uaJversIty. sition, and the vacancy has been filled by- the appointment of L. D. Ault ' Mr and Mrs. " William Gorman 213 Bergey st, are the parents of an 11-pound boy, born Monday. Miss Erma Swigart, George Dur iing and Leslie Hartzell left Tuesday for Tiffin, to attend Heidelberg uni versity. Miss Pauline Weaver will be a stu dent at Akron university this year. Special temperance services will be held at the Mennonite church Sun day , morning , beginning at , 9:45 o'clock, and conducted by the Sun day school. There will.be special music by the school, recitations by the young people, and readngs and addresses by the superintendent and assistane. The Chrstian Endeaveor will have charge of the . church in the evening. The body of Mrs. McGalliard mother of Edward McGalliard, a former resident of Wadsworth, was brought here from Akron, Wednes day, and buried in Woodlawn ceme tery. B. F. Manderbach and C. A. Edg erly, of Akron, and Walter Randall of Copley, Civil war veterans, are visiting Eli Overholt this week. i HOW'S THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for anv case of Catarrrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & Co.. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known 494 pd. b J. Cheney lor the last 15 years and belive him perfectly honorable in all business transaction! and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE TOLEDO, O. lican ticket was born in Medina and educated in the public schools. He lived in Me dina county all his life except about four years in Akron in the employ of the C. A. Collins Carriage Co., and the Whiteman Barns Manufacturing Company. A carriage blacksmith by trade. The schooling of practical things that MUST be to live and keep straight with the world together with a de termination for success in life and be a man among men, to be respected and trusted in any way that business or duty might call, are the qualifica tidns I offer as a subject for your con sideration and ask for your support at the November election. And should I be elected I will prom ise you the services of a man and officer to the best of my ability for the people. Respectfully yours 51tf. Samuel Andrews. Consumers Coal & , Supply Co. : Hfgrs. ' Concrete Blocks Special prices on Car Load Lots. J WRITE U5 FOR PRICES ' LORAIN, OHIO OJiUdron dry v' FCR rLcTCIIIRS CASTO R 1 AN ORDINANCE. An ordinance for the issuing and ale of Bonds for the raising of funds wherewith to pay for the extension of Water mains upon Union Street from North Court Street to Huntington Street and from thence south upon Huntington Street to North Street; Mill Street from South Court Street to Elmwood Street. Broadway Street from Grant Street to South Street. Be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Medina, Ohio, three-fourths of the memoera eiectea inereio con curring. . Section 1. That it is deemed neces- I sary by the council of said village of i Medina, Ohio to issue and sell bonus of said village for the purpose of pay for the extension of water mains upon Union Street, from North Court Street to Huntington Street and from thence south upon Huntington Street to North Street from South Court 'Street to Elmwood Street. Broadway Street from Grant Street to South Street, irt the sum of ($2,500.00 Twenty-nve hun dred Dollars. Section 2. That the bonds of said village be issued in the sum of $2500.00 for the purpose aforesaid, and that hnnrts nhall be Five in number and is sued for the sum of $500.00 each, and numbered consecutively from one, to Five and made payable as follows: one bond for $500.00 payable on the 15 day of Sept. 1916. one bond for $500.00 payable on the 15 day of Sept. 1917. one bond for $500.00 payable on the 15 day of Sept. 1918, One bond for $500.00 payable on the 15 day of Sept. 1919. nnn bond for S500.00 Payable on the 15 day of Sept. 1920. that said bonds shall bear interest at the rate of six per cent per .annum payable sem annually. Said bonds shall be dated Sept. 15, 1914. Section 3. That said bonds shall ex press upon their face the purpose for which they are issued in pursuance of this ordinance. They shall be prepar ed, issued and delivered under the di rection of the finance committee of said Council, and the Village Clerk, and shall be signed by he Mayor of the village, and sealed with the corporate seal of said vjllage.. Said bonds shall be registered In the office of the trus tees of the sinking fund of said village in the name of the purchaser and shall bear Interest as aforesaid. Section 4. Said bonds shall be of- faroil at nnr and Accrued interest to the trustees of the sinking fund in their official capacity, and if refused by said omcers, tnen mose noi by them shall be offered to the officers of the school board of sad village, and those not taken shall then' be adver tised for public sale and sold In the manner provided by law, but for not less than par value and the accrued In tr6st T Section 5. The proceeds of the sale nf nfllil hnnda. excent the . premiums and accrued interest theon, shall be ninrorl in th vlllasre treasury, to the credit or tne sinning iunu nu wui disbursed upon proper vouchers for the purpose of extending and laying wa.tAi mln unon Union and Hunt ington Streets and Mill and Broadway Streets, a stated In the preamble of this, ordinance, and for no other pur . and th eremlum and accrued in tcrest received from the sal thereof as s.formlL shall be transferred to the trustees of the sinking fund to be applied by them in the manner provid ed by law. Section 6. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. Passed Sept. 15, 1914. R. L. Gehman, Mayor. Attest: (Jeo. LMcNeal, Clerk. 3-2 Many ills come from impure blood, Can't have pure blood with faulty in digestion, lazy liver and sluggish bowls. Burdock Blood Bitters is rec ommended for strenghtening stom ach, bowles and liver aid purifying the blood. WANTED Young or middle aged man to assume charge of a distribute ing center in this district for a re sponsible concern manufacturing a large line of household commodities. Good position. Reference and horse and wagon required. Apply at once by letter. E. W. Sipp, Salesmanager, Canton, Ohio. Flour Talk When yon want the best use "FAIRCHILD'S BREAD FLOUR Our sales on this excellent brand of flour . have increased wonderfully and we ask all to give us a sample order of24'j lbs. which we will deliver and if not satisfactory will call and get the unused portion and refund the price. Remember FA1RCBILD3 FLOUR Edwards' Grocery