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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914.
State Fair A Big Success : ' : ; $ : Hid-Wintef To Held CHERRY, CORNERS AND GARDEN ISLE Ed. Bolles and family and 'Mrs. clusively for the European trade, but now the owners are unable to make shipments, -it is reported, and these oysters must be sold on the home Bolles' mother,. Mrs. Rockenf elder, market. Oyster growers report that John Sigrist and family of near Polk, never before have the beds been in Ohio State Fair, 1914, was com plete. No frauds. No arrests. Re spectable, dignified in all its parts. Organized and systematized. No con fuson. No wasted effort For first lime Iowa and New York state fairs came same week. This slightly re duced entries, but Ohio still had greatest stock show. War and rain were handicaps, but thousands came. Grounds were beauty beyond compare. Flowers, flags, music and good humor were in. evidence. Some departments touched record marks. No free passes worried polticians and petty office holders. In January a Mid Winter Fair will be held, state fair ground. The "Big Four" will combine, viz: The -tate Apple, Corn, Dairy and Poultry shows. Each great in itself. A score of agricultural and breed ers' meetings .will be held in Colum bus same week to consentrate, unity and promote producing interests. In vest at home. Shun bubbles far away. They 'bust'. The Truth Will Boom Ohio. Opportunity abides here. . FARMERS' ORGANIZATION A little more than a year ago a number of farmers near Kalida, Put nam county, organized a livestock and poultry association. The purpose of the association is to improve the var ious classes and breeds of livestock and poultry raised in the community. The association holds meetings sev eral times during the year and an an nual livestock show. At their second annual show which was held the first week in September, they exhibited 50 head of cattle, 100 horses, and about 100 chickens. None but members of the association are permitted to ex hibit at their show. , -,-,..! NOTICE Anyone having an account against the late Geo. M. Leahy will please file same with Mr. F. M. Branch, at once. F. M. BRANCH. TOLEDO MAN EXPECTED TO DIE BY ; SEPTEMBER 20-BUT CHANGED HIND Heal Estate Dealer Finds Life in First JDose of . , Mayr Remedy. D. L. Bower,treasurer and manager of the New Overland Real Estate Ex change of Toledo, thought death was close upon him. He suffered from derangement of the stomach and digestive tract and his condition was highly discouraging. ' He took Mayr's Wonderful Stom ach Remedy. Then , he cheered up ! and went to eating . lie had new interest in life. . J. W. Wood, Mr. Bower's partner, wrote: "This remedy is surely one of the greatest medicines I ever heard of. My partner spent ?2,000 with re nowned doctors in trying to get relief. He gave himself until about the 20th of September to live. He has taken three doses of your remedy. Now he can eat and sleep distress." New t Mr. . Bower's experience was like that of hundreds who have suffered just as he did. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach 'Remedy is known all over the country. Thousands have dis covered its remarkable merit Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Rem edy clears the digestive tract of mucoid accretions and removes poisonous matter. It brings quick relief to . sufferers from ailments of the stomach, liver and bowels. Many declare it has saved them from dangerous operations and many are sure it has saved their lives. Because of the remarkable success of this remedy there are many imi tators, so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S. Go to all drug Btore and ask about the results it has been ' accomplishing or send to Geo. H. Mayr, Mfg.. Chemist, 154-156 Whitinsr St. Chicago, 111., for free book on stomach ailments and grate fnl letters from many neonle who without any . have been restored. Any druggist can tell you of its wonderful results. ? T ' y T V y f f t T Y f ' f t t ? ? T v t Y T Y Y ? Y Y Y 1 Y Y Y Y Y Y 1' Y Y Y Y T Y ' Y- ?' m "O, Say, did you see by the dawn's early light,"' . Each day of the Fair, 6 ... what Miller & Collin had to offer at their exhibit? Well, they always have the same class of imple ments at -their regular place of business Elmwood street. THE SAPE TO EVERYBODY - to. A It ' v W kii liilleF 4 X X X Z z z z z z z z f Y ? t t ? t z X z z z z z z x. x X z x 'Z z X . X X X . X .X x .i X Frank Berry and family of West Salem, and Charles Milkey and wife were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Crist Dull. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kuntz made a trip to Medina Tuesday. Vern Kime and family of near Pleasant 'Home spent Sunday with the former's brother, Merton Kime and family. ' Mrs. Mabel Sheppard visited her mother, Mrs. John Smith near Auker man last Thursday. John Smith and family were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Repp last Sunday. Mesdames Rachel and Dora Neis wonder and two children visited their sister, and aunt, Mrs. Susan English last Thursday. James Dull and wife and Miss Hazel Clinker spent Sunday after noon with Sam Dull and family near Aukerman. Will Esselburn made a trip to Woopter last Saturday. Mrs. Margaret Neicz's children all came home to .pend Sunday with her. She is quite poorly. Charles Hageman and family visit ed his sister. Mrs. Jane Myers and family last Sunday. Mrs. Allison spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Laura Horner in Lodi. Mss Florence Kime spent Satur day and Sunday with friends in Ash land. Roy Underwood and family of Lodi visited the former's father, George Underwood and wife last Friday. Ora Repp, w wife and baby were guests of Mrs. Repp's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Marsh Kobb last Sunday afternoon. The Ev. Aid society will meet at the home of Mrs. Almie Dull Thurs, day, September 24, where they will entertain the U. B. society of Bur bank. All members are requested to be present Mrs. Susan English , and Mrs. Dan Baker are getting along nicely. George Underwood and wife leave today, for Woodland, Mich., to visit the former's brother, Will Under wood and wife for a week or ten days. Preaching at Cherry Corners in two weeks, September 27, at 10:45, by the new pastor, ' Rev. Anderson. Come and hear him. . Farmers are busy Bowing wheat and cutting corn. ' Henry Esselburn and wife and Mrs, Charles Milkey spent Sunday evening wth Mrs. Pauline Clinker and family. such fine conditon, and even if there had been no war the crop was expect ed to be the largest n the history of the trade. The crop this year, in ad dition to being unusually large, is re ported to be of more exquisite flavor. Predictions of the growers are that prices will be lower this season than they were last year. BRUNSWICK, CANAAN BEND The Ladies' aid Society of the Bur bank U. B. church, met at the S. Fetzer home on Thursday. Twenty eight were present C. Beal visited his brother at Spea cer on Sunday. Jos. Marshall, Mrs. Bowman and son John, attended the soldiers' re union at Creston on Saturday. John Whonsetler and wife Sunday- ed at the Barnes home in Creston. Miss Margaret Cover of Medina, spent Saturday and Sunday at the Chas. Beal home. Clarence Swartz and family and Frank Leggett and family motored to Chippewa Lake'on Sunday after noon. Mrs. Fetzer is on the sick list. Irvin Richard and family Sunday ed in Rittman. Misses Bertha and Effie Frary are attending the Burbank high school. C. B. Whonsetler and family Sun dayed at the Walters home near Bur bank. K. is. Uockran and wue and an auto load from Cleveland called at the Richard home Sunday evening. 'Geo. Haas, wife and daughter of Coopersville, Ind., Col Whonsetler and wife of Laotta, Ind., and J. S. Whonsetler and daughter Florence of Cleveland, were guests at the Harvey Snyder home on Sunday. Will and Jacob Miller of Barber- ton, were entertained at the Wm Davidson home Saturday evening and Sunday, and on Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Davidson returned to Barberton for a visit with the Miller families. LAFAYETTE COPLEY The funeral servicees for Rex Jun ior Fryman, infant son of Mr. and Mrs Rex Fryman, was conducted at their home Friday. Rev. Mr. Eyster of Copley Center officiated. The re mains were laid to rest in the ceme tery at Copley. Sunday evening H. M. Hagel barger of Akron gave an address on state prohibition in the Copley church. Miss Edythe Flower, of Frankln, Pa., rendered two ; solos; Miss Bina Converse, a solo: Dr. P. B. Long, a violin number, and Miss Muriel Renner and Hazel Griffin, a duet Friday the W. C. T. U. will meet at Montrose in the United Brethern church. Saturday evening, at 8 sun time, in Town hall, the Epworth league will tender a reception to the teachers of the centralized schools. The people are urged to attend. Next Sunday will be the last Sun day of this conference year for the oastor of the M. E. church, Mr. Eyster. Miss Edna Bonaway is visiting her uncle, John Malone. ' Erwin Moore of Sleepy Hollow spent last Sunday with, Floyd Carlton. Clayton Carlto left last Friday for Delaware, O., to enter the O. W. U. J. A. Welday and wife of Wads- worth are at the home of their son Harry. They will attend the fair. W. A. Carlton and family attended the funeral of Mrs. Carlton's mother, Mrs. George Knepper, of South West field .last Sunday. Mrs. Carlton is staying with her father this week, Mrs. Melvin Mosier and little daughter are spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jamison of Lodi. .0 .0 .Fersruson and wife visited in Akron and Kenmore from Friday un til Monday. . Mr. and Mrs. Austin Arnold and C. Vous returned home with hem. Mrs. Hay and Mrs. Smith of Flint, Mich., have been visiting at the home of J. M. Elroy for a few deys. Mrs. pavid Ayland returned home Monday from a week's visit in Medina at her eon's. ' , Miss Vio'a ' Gibson of Juvett, 0., is visiting her couin, Geo. Coleman. Mrs. Will Clement and son Harold and Mrs. D. F. Tillotson went to Mas-! sillon ' last Friday to see Charles Stowe. I Jake Shuster and family of Elyria :md B. Case and wife of JStrongsville spent Sunday at Frank Case's. Al. Sprague and family came from Lakewood, Sunday, with his mother, who had spent the past week with them,and with Grant Chidsey's fam ily spent the day at Walter Folley's. Mr. Lantsbury of Elyria spent Sun day here with his daughter, Mrs. Chas. Gibbs. Our congratulations to Harry Hor- ton and wife. Bernard Hunt, wife and two child ren left Monday morning for a week's visit at his old home at Leslie, Mich. Frank Hawkins, wife and daughter and Geo. Aylard and daughter of Cleveland were callers in town Sun' day. W. J. Kingsbury and family moved to Medina his week and Glenn Kings bury and wife are to run the farm. The Standard Bearers met Mondan evening for their last meeting before conference and eleced the following officers for another year: pres., Helen Miner; sec, Letha Gibbs; treas., Nettie Case. E. C. Miner and wife were callers at Geo. Starr's in York Sunday, where they found Mrs. Starr sick in bed. Iva Bowman teacher in Strongs- ville spent Friday night with Mrs. Alice Miner and they went on to Me dina Saturday to her aunt's, Mrs. Moulton's, funeral. Verne Miner and Wylie Waite were at Massillon FriCay to see Clair Miner, and also played ball with the attendants of the State Hosptal. It was sad news to hear of the death of Supt. Leahy, as he had met here with our school board and they liked him so well. Our board sent flowers for the funeral. In a letter from Fred Usher of Los Angeles, he says he and Ernest Waite are in a grocery store whicB is strictly cash and no delivery. Mrs. Daniel King of California is visiting at Lester Vanghn's. SALE OF VEHICLES The entire stock of the late A. B Bishop, Medina, is offered at private sale beginning Sat Sep. 12, 1914. The stock consists of the following: 10 new top buggies. 2 new 3-spring wagons , ' 1 new surries 2 new open buggies 3 second-hand top buggies 3 second-hand open buggies 2 second-hand spring wagons 1 second-hand panel-top wagon Most of the new work is of the well-known Gerstenslager make. AH second hand work has been over hauled and repainted. The stock will be sold at prices far below real values. 2-2 ' NO. 4842. REPORT of the condition of THE OLD PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK At Medina, in the State of Ohio, fc-ftha cloae of busineia. Sept. 12, 1914. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts t 828,517 03 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 68 5 0. 8. Bonds to secure circulation... 75,000 00 . Other bonds to secure Postal Sav ings Deposits.... 5.000 UO Bonds, securities, eto 430,249 07 Stock in Federal Reserve Bann bU other stock Other Rial Estate owned Due from state and Private Banks and Bankers, Trutt Companies, and Savings Banks ... Due from approved reserve agents.. ChecK and other caHh items Notes of otner National Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels, and cents Lawful money reserve in bajtk, viz: Specie 47,250.80 Legal-tender notes 88,38i.00- 85.635 80 Redemption iuna wun u . k. Treas. urer (5 per cent of circulation) 1,750 00 Total 1 604.88SW LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in 5,800 80.000 00 141,467 28 4,i08 It moo 1,061 M Surplus fund, Undivided pronts, ana Taxes paid .... National Bank Notes outstanding 100.0TO0O 00,000 00 less expenses IV, mw s 74.500 09 Dividend unpaid.. Individual deposits subject to check. 1,176.727 87 Demand certli cates of deposit 0.t7l 1 Cashier's checks utxtandiiig 1.548 86 Postal Saving Deposits 2,4i7 12 Total... 1.604,388 88 8tat or Ohio, County of Medina, J I, C. E. JONES, Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that the above state went is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. C. K Jones, iiathler. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of Sept., 1U14. W. P. AinSWobth NtUry Public. correct Attest : r. L. Ohtk"ob, ) D. C. Siipabd, Direcot i. AnduiW ) 89: Children Cry for Fletcher's Alice Imogene Harrington was born in Canaan township, Wayne couny, 93. 1R57. the third of a family o'ciocicrr ' . .. ; . . 'J of seven children Dorn v r. m. ana Malinda M. Harrington. Died in Emergency Hospital, Cleve land, Sept. 10, 1914, aged 57 years, 2 months and 17 days. She was married to George Knep per Aug. 3, 1878. To them were born He will leave on Monday Kh' chlldren' three FfT'S8 ! The Kind You Have Always Bought, and "which has been In use lor over 30 years, has borne the Bignature ofi ana uas vwu uiuuu uuuu 'Vi . sonal supervision since its infancy 7J$7sJLiM Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but ExDeriments that trine wun aim euuuBi t,o u Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Sontains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nwcotto substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use lor the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bovrels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS (Bears the Signature of for Cleveland with his family, who will be the guests of Mrs. Eyster's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chrystian Myers. Mr. Syster will then go to Norwalk, the seat of conference, on Tuesday. ' Much progress has been made in the chuch work this year, 27 being added to the membership, while the school has averaged 103 since January 1; the home depart ment, 50. , - . Mr. and Mrs. C. Myers of Cleve land were guests of their daughter, Friends here received announce mother to another world. Lottie died Dec. 17, 1898; Reland died Mar. 30, 1901, in infancy; Lula M. died in Wooater. Mar. 5. 1910. in her 23rd year. . The five children livine are Mrs. Ella Carlton of Lafayette, Frank D. of Cleveland, Mrs. Bertha Ross 'of Akron, Mrs. Mary Burton of Canaan, and Miss Celia at home. Mrs. Kepper was greatly attached to her home and family and was always happiest when in their midst Nearly all of her married life was In Use For Over 30 Years Tho Kind You Have Always Bought n eOMMNV, HW YOWK CITY. TNI elMTAU ment of the wedding of Miss Clara "Pent on the farm in South Westfield Switzer of Gustavus, who was mar ried to Victor .Logan. She taught school here for two years. ' Hyland Houghland rode, his father's horse in the running race at the fair Friday and won two races, She was converted and joined the 1J. B. church when about 17 years old. Her1 Christian life shown brightest in her own home. She leaves her husband, five chil dren, eieht erand children and two I , The school was dismissed to , hear sisters, Mrs. Addie Showalter of Cres Governor Cox, who was here a short tme last Thursday noon. o n Y -t-f J V 111 L. ' !i i ;.., r" "f ' . ?. T! ' ji: J -.d 'iv.'i s.,5. iters produced along tne snores 01 u. v. ivouinsons imru wui ut vpen ' OYSTERS ARE HERE 5 From places where the succulent bi- Values grow emanate the joyous news that one of the beneficient results of the European war will be that the peaceful and good old U. S. A. will enjoy the greatest and !'. best oystef season in its history. For .many years England has UKere tne cnoicesi oys- tefs produced along the shores of ton and Mrs. Emma White of Lodi, beside a host of friends to mourn the loss of a true wife, a kirid affection ate mother and sister, and an ever faithful friend. , ' Funeral services were held Sunday Sept. 13, in the Burbank church, con ducted by Rev. Bumey. t Interment in Green Mound cemetery beside her three children.. Pare23.fiS f " ' ! I r -" . iV DAILY torrwcEN (leveland Buffalo THE GREAT SKIP "SEEANDBEE" ud Macnificmt St-mtn "Qtr Eri" mad "Cbr of Buffalo Dafly CLEVELAND and BUFFALO My l.t to Dm. lt Lmt CIcTolund 9:00 P.M. Lot. Bnlblo 9:00 P.M. AnivaBulblo 7:J0A.M. Arrir. CloreUnJ . 7:30 A.M. (Kwwim Unw) SUMMER LAKE TRIPS ; DAILY TO CEDAR POINT ndFUT-lN-BAY Mid RETURN $1X0 Umn UtrnAmi 8:30 A. M. Rsturming Amr UmOaal . 8 JO P. ML. ' ' (EtHcra Tim) , , ,. -v t CWPinl Mrrio Martitbont Jim. S5th i. TRI-WEEKLY STEAMER TO PORT STANLEY AND RONDEAU.' CANADA Lmt UeroUud Odd datmia Jum, odd Antm in July, mm d.ha ia Aug., odd UtM la St41 P.M. ENQUIRE CITY TICKET OFFIC$ 19Trk Arcd DOCK 1290 Wrt lltk St. in " ' 7