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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914.
A U T O M B I Ii B S " We are in position to offer fm exceptional values in used cars, many of which are modern." r JNew arrivals every day. Watch our stock. If you prefer any special make, let us find it for 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. AD D I DIIRn Practice limited to Un. n. J. DAinu, leases of eye- EAR, NOSE AND THROAT AND FH TING OF GLASSES. Office over 0. N Leach & Sod's clothing store. Office dv every Saturday, i MCDOWELL'S P ....... .' I -Studio- "5rounnd Flopr, North Court Street. BEST PHOTO GRAPHY, - PORTRAITS, . ENLARGING, VISIONING,. . KODAK FINISHING. Open Sundays by appoint ment. Candidate for Common Pleas Judge GEO. W. SMITH Republican atistaction IS A BIG PART 0 THIS EARTHLY EXISTANCE. WE'LL HELP YOU SO FAR AS NICE-FITTING, WELL-APPEARING LAUNDRY GOES AND THAT IS A LOT, TOO. JUST LOOK US UP IN THE DIRECTORY. - WE'LL DO THE REST. ine Medina - Laundry PHONE 2R99 OR 1099 John D. Owen of Wadsworth Nominated by Democratic Primary ; 4 for Common Pleas Judge After a hearty meal, take Doan's Regulets and assist your bowles and stomach. Regulets tre a mild.laza tlve. 25c at all stores. FOR RENT 17 acres of good pas ture. W. G. STEINGASS, Me dina, Ohio. 46tf H. E. Hoover Truss-Fitting Expert. - , ? Trusses A scientific truss, which holds se curely, with less than one-ha'f the pressure of any other truss. No pres sure on the back. No under-straps and elastic bands. - Satisfaction guaranteed.' Prices are reasonable. Ladies and children as well as men properly cared for. Trusses, abdominal supporters, elastic hoisery, braces, artificial limbs Peoples Telephone 6292 45 S. Main Bt, Over Waldorf Theatre. Opp. M ONeil Co. AKRON. 0. 47tf For Farms And Village Property See Donaldson 50 acre fan..; good 8-room, 2-story house; fair barn; on C. S. & C. Electric line: in 'Brunswick Township; fertile soil, well-watered, some timber; just the home for some business man In Cleveland. Price reasonable. No. 6754-A 20 acre farm, cheap; about 18 miles from Cleveland City limits. See Donaldson At once. T r- C2E&1Y C0RN!&$ Mrs. Alf Strouse was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Zola Hagans Tues- day and Wednesday. John Rinker and family were the guests of his sister, Mrs. Ella Reb- man Tuesday. 1 Jonas Simmers and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Merl Simmtrs and Elcie Sim mers and wife were the guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Noble Zehner at Ashland Sunday. Charles Milkey, wife and daughter Beatrice were the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Sam Dull of Auker- man Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Myers and Mrs. Edith Dull and baby were the guests' of Mrs. Gertie Gast at Burbank Sunday. James Wile and family of Congress were the guests of her parents, Roy Bensinger and wife Sunday Mrs. Jennie Myers and Mrs. Wal lace Dull and son made a trip to Wooster Friday. Mrs. Mable Sheppard was the guest of her mother, Mrs. John Smith of Aukerman Tuesday. . Charles Briner and family of Polk were the guests of Alf Strouse and family Sunday. L. W. Swartz and family were the guests of his parents, Frank Swartz and, wife of near West Salem Friday and Saturday. Clyde Briner of Polk was the guest of hs sister Mrs. Harlen Swartz Sun day. Christ Dull and family spent Sun day afternoon wth her sister, Mrs. Ica Dull. George Neisz was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Margaret Neisz Sun day. SHARON The next meeting of the Y. M. C. A. will be held Thursday evening, Oct 1. This will be the beginning of the fall and winter work and all members are urged to be present Miss Maud Packard of Chatham is the guest of Miss Essie Raw. Mr. G. W. Ott and family have re turned to Cleveland for the winter. The home of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Alderfer was the scene of a charming wedding Wednesday noon when their daughter Cecile M. was united in mar riage to Park Griswold, son of W. D. Griswold and wife. Seventy-five guests witnessed the ring ceremony which was performed by Dr. C. B. Etter of the Lutheran church. The bride was given away by her father and was at tended by a maid of honor, Miss Mae Griswold, and four brides maids the Misses Grace. Waters, Nell Halderman, and Ruth Alderfer of this place and, Miss Mae Babcock of St John's, Mich., whle Fred Alderfer acted as best man. The bride wore a simple gown of white voile and carried yellow tea roses.. The bride's attendants were also in white and carried pink, white and lavendar asters. The house was tastefully decorated in golden rod and clematis. Mrs. Jessie Daniels Stauifer played Lohengrin's wedding march and fol lowing the ceremony Miss Mary El right sang "What if those endearing young charms?" After congratulations the wedding party and guests repaired to' the home of the bride's uncle, Mr. J. M. Alderfer, where a wedding dinner was served. The bride and groom eluded the waiting guests and made their escape in an auto for an auto trip returning Sunday noon. , Mr. and Mrs. Griswold were the re ipients of many beautiful gifts. Guests were present from Akron, Cuyahoga Falls, Cleveland, Spring field Lake, Elyria,' St. John's, Mich., Gillette, Wyo., Wadsworth and Me dina. ' Congratulations and best wishes. N. H. McClure Legal Advisor for the Village of WADSWORTH 1912-19134914 Candidate for Common Pleas Judge hows this: We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ' ., F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. . We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years and belive him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE TOLEDO, 0. STERfl REBOKETO ! PARTY TRAITORS Handed Out by Running Mates ol Governor Cox, "TRUE DEMOCRACY LEW Support Declined by Attorney Gen eral Hogan, Joseph McGheo and Lieutenant Governor W. A. Green lund. Former Charges That the i Organization is for the Purpose of Securing Plunder. Rejection of the professed support of the so called "True Democracy League," which is opposing the re election of Governor James M. Cox in the interest of Congressman Frank B. Willis, the Republican nominee, was made public by Attorney General Tim othy S. Hogan, nominee for United States senator; Lieutenant Governor William Greenlund, renominated, and Joseph McGhee, nominee for attorney general. Coupled with the refusal to accept lh tendered assistance are stern re bukes to the politicians composing the league and the leveling of hontile at tacks upon Harvey C. ' Garber, ho teems to be accepted as the directing genius of the organization. Asked to Come Into Open. It was announced that the candi date upon the state Democratic tick et a unit in declining to accept tht export of the league, which was offered in an official state ment put ont by former Public Printer E. A. Crawford of West Union, who is in charge of the headquarters. That no credence was placed in tha Crawford declaration of friendship is made very clear, the Democratic lead ers asserting that there is ample evi dence that the league's compact with the Republican state committee is for the whole ticket 8aid to Have Aided Harding. From Republican sources, they say, there is plenty of proof that Garber In addition to supporting Willis in the Republican primary as against David Tod, also aided the senatorial candi dacy of Warren G. Harding, whom he supported for governor in 1910 against Harmon. In his statement of the position which he and his associates have as sumed toward the so called Garber- Wbitacre movement, Attorney- Gen eral Hogan said: "I want I distinctly understood in the beginning that I do not wish the support of a , pretended organization of so called Democrats who are fight ing, any. of the nominees of the party selected at the state primary. We all welcome individual votes from any ouree coming from proper motives without regard to the party to which the voter may belong, but I am not that kind of Democrat who will accept the support of any organization of men who are banded together for pur poses of their own, intending to sup port Mr. Willis in the hope of secur ing political plunder. "Best In Union." "Mr. Garber may as well get ready to support the whole Republican tick et. All the Democratic nominees are a unit, and, speaking for myself, I do not want a vote from any man who has been a traitor to the cause of De mocracy in Ohio as made since the first Inauguration of Governor Har mon. I want the active support of every good citizen regardless of poli tics who believes, as I believe, that the administrations of Governors Har mon and Cox have made this the best governed stte in the Union. ,"The members of the so callod True' or 'Glue' Democracy, or what ever better describes it, may as well make up their minds that their fight is with every nominee on the Demo cratic tickt as well as with the gov ernor. With me the cause is first and I am second." 1 Speaking at Akron, Lieutenant Gov ernor Greenlund declared that the Democrats do not want the support of any faction, which is trying to uee the hatchet on Governor Cox. The second man on the state ticket expressed tho belief that other state and county candidates would be prompt to give expression to similar views., "Must Support Cox." ' "Bo far as I am concerned," said Lieutenant Governor Greenlund, "if they wish to make Governor Cox tha !we,- they are perfectly welcome. I do not want the support of any league that can not support the governor." The lieutenant governor said in his opinion- the regular Democrats of the state could not be guided or persuad ed by any sugar-coated promises. Assistant Attorney General Joseph McGhee had this to say: "I concede the right of any elector to vote for whatsoever candidate his conscience dictAtos. But I deny ttio olaim of anyone to be a Democrat who, by banding together with those whose purposes are purely personal, seeks to overthrow the will of the Demooratk party as expressed at the primary. The Democracy of Ohio as a whole entered into the lata primary In the utmost good faith and is in honor bound by Its reaults, and in my Judgment there can be vory few in deed of the rank and file who refuse to aeoept the expressed will of their party. I do aot ezpeot nor do I desiro the support of any organization' which exists solely for the purpose of de feating any ot my asuociate ou ths ticket." " .' of the condition of ' The SAVINGS DEPOSIT BANK-COMPANY,, At Medina, in the State of Ohio, at the close of business September IS. 1914. RESOURCES. Loans on real estate "IS'? 2? Loans ou Collateral Sl.iw BS Other loans and discounts 270,727 17 overdrafts .............. 852 84 State, County -ana wunoipoi uuuuo hot Included In Reserve 140,407 54 Premiums paid on United States, utat anil Muni'lniil Bonds 1.812 OP Other bonds and Securities 68 140U) Banking Houffl and Lot iiy w w Other Real Estate owned . . .. 2,8W 81 Due from Reserve Banks... 103.547 67 Exchanges for Clearing Hnnan 1.257 41 Hold Coin 'lBSl Sliver Dollars , Fractional Coin 1,658 09 U. S. and National Bank MllinlM Notes M.617 0O Bonds held as lawful reserve 5.000 00 Items in Transit 87.148 00 Total 1,095,591 68 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In.. I 50,000 CO Surplus fund K,oou 00 Undivided profits less Expenses, In- terest and Taxes paid 14.sa8 14 Dividends unpaid Individual Deposits subject to check.. .V. m-2 J Cashier's Checks 892 01 Due to Banks and Bankers. . 2.72 37 Time Certlfloates ot Deposit 115,859 88 Tgl!!::::::::::::.3 Total 1,096,591 58 I, E. B. Spltzer, cashier, of the above named Savings Deposit Bank Co., do solemnly swear ihat the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. E. B. Spiizbr; Cashier. State or Onio, )ga. County of Mkdina, Subscribed and sworn to before me this Wth day of Bepterolier, 1914. O. O. VanDeusen, Notary Public. OUR New Pancake Flour have arrived We have several dif ferent brands, anyone of which will help to make an appetizing breakfast. Some of our Table Syrup will go nicely with well brwned cakes. OUR Good Cider Vinegar is certainly pleasing the people if judged by the. amount we are selling. It is the right kind. New Telephone Peas This seasons canning are with us and readv for sale. Those who remember the Meadow Brand Telephone Peas, will be pleased to know that we have them again, this season. W.H.SIPHER C. F. HOBART Medina. Ohio Progressive Candidate For County Treasurer Election Nov. 3, 1914 . SAMUEL ANDREWS Candidate for Sheriff on the Repub lican ticket wa3 born in Medina and educated in the publis 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 Whitcraan 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 tions 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. WRITE U5 FOR PRICES 49-4 pd. LORAIN, OHIO Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CA STORIA When Choosing a Plumber 34825 Roy B. Tel. 1110 123 Is a Person The Clothes How do you tell a tramp or one who is down and out, you tell him mighty quick, and you know how you do it. How do you tell the prosperous man or youth as you meet them ? You know exactly as well how to do so by the well fitting clothes and the refine ment that goes with the inteligence that prompts them in their selection. This is why that we have chosen the CLOTHCRAFT CLOTHES for our particular customers. The styles are fitted over living models, then for each shaped person are marked and numbered by letters so each customer can find his becoming style. CLOTHCRAFT CLOTHES are sold from New York to San Francisco, one can tell them as they are worn and pass you on the street, or where ever you meet them. If you take off our Overcoat, Balmacaan or suit, any one that knows quality and style knows that you are correctly dressed. Come in and get one of the style books and pick out your form, we can fit you and dress you to perfection for $15.00 to $20.00, Then for those who care for well fitting waar resisting suits at a mod erate price just look at those we offer at $10.00, a better suit you have never seen for this price. Hats and Caps up to date all styles of seasonable underwear for men and boys, in fact you will find everything xor wear and our price for same qualities have never been so low. The high cost of living has not touched the CLOTHES you wish to wear. It HE CLOTHCRAFT STOR1 O.N.Leach&Son Clothiers, Hatters and Haberdashers OVER 42 YEARS IN MEDINA 42 and 43 Public Square AN ORDINANCE. An ordinance for the Issuing and sale of Bonds for the raisins 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 members elected thereto con curring. Section 1. That It Is deemed neces sary by the council of said village of Medina, Ohio to issue and sell bonds 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-five hun dred Dollars. Section 2. That the bonds of said village be issued in the sum of $2300.00 for the purpose aforesaid, and that hnnHs ahull he Five in number and is sued for the sum of $500.00 each, and numbered consecutively rrom one, 10 FiVe and made payable as follows: one bond for $500.00 payable on the 15 dny of Sept. 1916. one bond for $500.00 payable on the 15 day of Sept. 1017. 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. 1910. one bond for $500.00 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. Sortinn a. Thnt said bonds shall ex press upon their face the purpose for which they are issued in pursuance of v.k. nr.iingnri. tViav shall be prepar ed, Issued and delivered under the di- rectlon of the finance committee of said Council, and the village qtiH niioii h Rlc-ned bv he Mayor of the village, and sealed with the corporate seal of saia village, alu uunun mm., be registered in the olllce 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 fered at par and accrued interest to j the trustees of the sinjcing fund In their oSlcial capacity, and if refused by said officers, then those not taken by them shall be offered to the officers of the school board cf said 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 ln- teSect1on 6. The proceeds of the sale of said bonds, except the premiums and accrued interest theon, shall be placed In the village treasury, to the credlt-of the sinking fund and shall be disbursed upon proper vouchers for the purpose of extendinff and laying water mains upon Union and Hunt iv.rtnn strnats and Mill and Broadway Streets, as stated In the preamble of this ordinance, and for no other pur nnu und theDremlum-and accrued In terest received from the sale thereof as aforesaid, shall be transferred to 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 day's wages, he could get it. Call 1 1 1 0 for quick service and good work. Oatman. Smith Road Judged By He Wears? 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: Geo. I McNeal, Clerk. S-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 end purifying the blood. WANTED Young or middle aged man to assume charge of a distribut 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, Salesmanagery Canton, Ohio. Flour Talk When you want the best use "FAIRCEILD'S BREAD FLOUR" Our sales on this excellent brand of flour have increased wonderfully and we ask all to give us a sample order oiUYt lbs. which we will deliver and if not satisfactory will call and get the unused portion and refund the price. ' Remember FAIRCHILDS FLOUR Edwards' Grocery