OCR Interpretation


The Medina sentinel. [volume] (Medina, Ohio) 1888-1961, September 25, 1914, Image 5

Image and text provided by Ohio History Connection, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84028262/1914-09-25/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

THE MEDINA SENTINEL, SEPTEMBER 23, M4.
- i.. -- -.- -
.SOtJTaWStENtSTEM V
Ljcal leave Mtfitfartere iad
Cleveland at 6:22, 7:18, 8:13. '10:11 a.
m. 12:11. 1:42, 4:lldl. 8;11,,10:11,.
limiteds at 8:00, 8:16, 10:13, 10:42
a. nt., 1:30, 4:13, 4:42, 6:42 p. m.
Locals leave Qeveland for Medina
at 6:08, 7:20, 9:20, 11:20 a. m., 1:20,
3:20; 5:20, 7:20, 9:20, 11:20 p. m.
Limiteds at 7:48, 9:48, 10:48, 11:48
a. m., 2:48, 3:48, 6:48, 7:48 p. m.
Locals leave Medina for Chippewa
Lake, Seville, Creston, Wooster, Lodi,
West Salem, Ashland, Mansfield, Gal
ion, Bucyrus, at 7:26, 9:09, 11:09 a,
m.7 1:09, 3:09, 5:09, 7:09, 9:09, 11:01
p. m., and 12:57 a. m., the latter for
Senile only. , ' ,
Limiteds at 9:1, 11:15 a. m., 12:15
1:15, 4:15, 5:15, ,7:15, 9:15 p. m. . .
Wooster limiteds at 11:15,; a. m,
1:15, 6:15, 7:15 p. in. " "
Ashland, Mansfield, Gallon and Bu
rvrua1 limiteds at 9:15 . a. m., 12:15,
4:15, 9:15 p. m.
f "MM 'I ' , , , ,
Mr. WJ11 Hemmeter returned from A TRANSFERS pF REAL ESTATE '
Salem, 0. Thursday -morning. .' Hi E. Bowers to imna'I iBower
mh. ' ' I. ,: .. ' . ' l '. mmw. 1 " ,vi'.... -l YP. :. " v
Miss; May juates spent last wees lot jkj, waaswortn village, $1.
visiting friends in Marion, O. ,f E.J. Bell. to Mary-E. Morean,sout-t
Mis. Geo. Smifh ia' visiting at the lot 4, 7, 8 and 9, Seville-village, ?1.
WUlard Smijth home in Burbank ;John Fulner to Frank E. Caskey,J,
1 1 Mrs.. Anna' McDowell and Mrs. O. D. 20 acres, Sharon, $1.
The
Clefelini, Scsthwestera
Ju. Seirtaa, kiz.L Pke 1167
Chapin spent the week-end , in Cleve
land. -V" K ''
Dr. ,W., A.v Nichols left Saturday
for a month's visit in Twin Falls,
Idaho. ... i'
Will ; Lowe and, wife were . guests
of Mrs. Pauline. Clinker of Garden
Isle, Sunday. '.
Mr. and Mrs. A; B. Undarwood re
turned last week from an auto trip
td Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. , Erie Hawk of New
Harmony, Ind., are "visitors at -the
J. A; Hobart home.
Carl Babcock and sister Edna, and
Oelno Richards and wife of Rochester
were in Medina last Friday.
Mrs, Mf A. Starr of Litchfield: arid
C. W. Starr of Toledo are. spending
the week at Mrs. M. T. Nichols.
Mrs". A. Washburn and little daugh
ter spent last week" with her paretns,
P. C. Fullerton to J. C. and E. L.
Daniels, lot 217, Lodi village, $1.
Susanna Ganyard to John Thomas,
lot 166, Medina village, $1.
Sarah Hannan to C. G. Hannan,
.25 acre, Westfield, $1.
W. D. Huntley to E. S. and E.
Lytle, 75 acres, Granger, $5.
Mary K. Kample, et al. 1 to R.
SchulhaB, 44.94 acres, " Liverpool,
$1625.
Lodi Cemetery Association tQ L..C.
Towslee, Cemetery lot 62, Lodi vil
lage, $25.
W. and E, L. oore to. Len S. and
M. F. Willis. 89 acres .Montville. S5.
F. O. Phillips to W. and E. L.
Moore, 178 acres, Montville, $1. .
M. P. Peper et . al to ': C. and J.
Nellis lots 239 and 238, Wadsworth
village, $2,000.
N. W. Reese to C. R. ' and I. N.
FINE
SHOE J n
REPAIRING
.MI
ter spent last eek with her. parents, Bark, lot 13, Lafayette, $11
ruifiniruwinruiwrhnxuxarui u
- PERSONALS S
I. H, Rickard went to Cleveland
Monday to have an abscess removed
i from the tack of one,, of his eyes.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Tanner and
daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
ter.
Mary J. Sell to Ephraim Coolman,
lot 1059, Wadsworth village, $2350.
J.',W. Seymour, admr., to .L. Der
hammer el al., 106.09 acres, Mont
ville. $6,650.
John TutUe sjent Monday Jn Wops- Howe of Lodi from ' Saturday until j. waite to A. Levandeski et al,
37.77 acres. Brunswick, $4,500.
Charlotte R. Yoder to M. P. and E
Mrs. Ralph Randall was in Cleve
land on Monday.- - " '
Miss Florence Bowman of Elyria is
spending a week at her home here. .
Lev Branch and wife ire spend-
TuesdayV
The mail carriers of Medina coun-
orate display of fireworks in the even- jeper fa 238, Wadsworth village. $5.
ty will have a fish fry at Medina on
October .10th.
Miss Marian Branch went to Cleve-
ing several weeks visiting relatives in I land Tuesday where she met " Mrs.
Michigan.
Victor Gordon and Clair Buchman
of Albion were in town the latter part
of last week.
Miss Jessie Pocock . spoke at an
Alfred Taylor; of New York City and
they are spending a few days at the
home of D. B. Dorri.
W. H. Albro returned this week
from Chicago, where he attended the
NEW CASES IN COURT
The Mishawake Woolen Mfg. Co.,
vs. Fred H. White, action for money
only. '
Epworth League meeting; on Sunday I annual session of the Supremo Coun
lueht at Seville. A . ';'; v cil 33d degree Auncient and Accepted
Earl Hawkins of Canal Fulton vis
lted his parent, Mr. arid Mrs. F. I.
Hawkins of Lafayette Road Sunday.
Mr. Harrison Wall of Mallet Creek
is working at Wall's drug store in the
absence of Geo. Simmerman, who is
on his vacation, i , '
Miss Ruthv Wright and Miss Helen
Yoder who are ' attending ''Baldwin
"Wallace colleee at Berea . were . at
liome over Sunday ,, . ; ' ;
Mrs. Chan Munson, (nee iLavone
Smith) and baby of Buffalo arrived
Sunday, for a viBit with her parents
Mr;-and Mrs. -Smith. ', m
Mr. and Mrs. Lewia "Randall, Mrs.
Julia Oviatt and Miss Marian. Oviatt
visited Mri and Mrs. L. E. Humphrey
in Richfield last Sunday.
t u 1 inn nnnnnnru innnnrvruir troop
1 ri ... v,nurAunc.? p
Tuui onnnootutnjxoooouxooriorb
Mehodist Church
'Sunday, September 27 Ori account
of the pastor being at conference at
Norwalk, there will be.no services at
this church bri the coming Sunday,
except the class meting at 7p. m.
which will be led by one of the" mem
bers, Mrs. Charles Humphrey. A
part of the, report for this churcli at
the close of this year as it will ., be
given by the pastor at conference, is
h . PROBATE
First and final account filed in es
tate of ' Emeline Rasor.
S. E. Johnson. Carl Korroes and A.
D. Licy appointed appraisers . of he
estate of Jonathan Kindig. ' . .
Affidavit and information filed
charging Joe Johnson with stealing a
bicycle,' warrant to arrest issued. '
Affidavit and information filed
charging John Doe (real name un
known) with assault and battery,
Warrant to arrest issued.
Affidavit and information filed
charging Ray Schamp and Jennie
Schamp with larceny. -Warrant to
arrest issued.
Inventory filed in estate of Wm,
J. Richardson.
Wi'l of Wm. R. Reynolds admitted
to probate. Citation issued to widow
to make her election.
Ray and Jennie Schamp , pleaded
Our work is done by an
expert shce-maker not a
cobbler-but a shoe maker.
The soles , we cut for
half soles are the best
that money can buy.
' We put new strings,
polish and you . get your
old shoes looking like new.
No extra charges .
; Bring your shoe repair
work to us.
GRIESINGERS
"LOOK IN THE WINDOW"
This
Style
its a beauty-
the prettest shoe ever
foot.
put on a
woman 8
$2.50
$3.00
$3.50
GRIESINGERS
WOMENS ' : ;
NEW
$2 '
SHOES
We want you to see
them such handsome
shoes never sold at this
price. .,,'
You pay $2:50 for this
grade of shoe at any
other store.
We buy them direct
from the factory and by
selling so many of them
we make the price TWO
DOLLARS.
Patents Dull Vici-kid
GRIESINGERS
--An enthusiastic electric railway
meeting was held in the Masonic club
rooms at Wadsworth on Tuesday ev
ening, bamuel Andrews presided and
delegations from Hinckley, Granger,
Sharon and other points were present.
Wadsworth was well represented,
there being more than 10Q, present
The interest shown in the projected ;
C. B, C. & Z. railway was greater than :
ever, before. The proposed line is to
extend from Cleveland thru Hinckley
and ' Sharon, Granger, Wadsworth.
Rittman and Smithville to Wooster, !
and is to be built on private , right of
way instead of upon public highway.
m&m. T
N
t
?
?
?
?
?
?
I
vals
c
Tonie
Amm
.wi
mmWS I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 I 1 M I I I I I I
Ellllllllllllllllll ImmmLJmmM t-K TkU U mmmM I I I B
vim nm m ran 1
MuiiitiiiMiiinia 1 r 'w .t -i r ui. .l w ha 1111111111111111101
"' 11111111 llll IMIIIW X
II mljmmUilXK' li
f
Will overcome that listless
run down feeling and loss of
f appetite, frequently following
the hot summer weather.
t
t
A splendid reconstructive t
tonic for impoverished blood ?
: and dsr anged digestive
: ui a chilis
W. V. Newberry and wife, jtEJ D.
as follows: Members of church, 416;
members vpf -Sunday school, 539; bap- not guilty Wid waive a jury,
ktiiedlS, gTvett fdr ; benevolences, Joe Johnson pleads uilty, of petit
jlsl- ? :iir. 1 . . 1 . . . ----- - -
$1067.
The Snndav school board, .of I lnrrnv.
m, l J V.I J I 7 -,7 ---r-. r-. 1
XMewoerry. wue nu uuy nu uy the Methodist, churcli reorgapizfed for
Newberry of Crestonr Jrere, tsnnaay ty Lomntf cohfewnce' W wi!h the
m m W . t A J. . .i ,& I
guests 01 Mrs. ur. nara.- following, officers Sunt. Mr. Daniel
W - TT1 1 - L. -All mm J X I ' t '' i ... ' .
Mrs. James wneeier .wiu m Rfpitoni Aanii Sunt.. Mr." Oi A: Per-
)Sftocton last saturaay on accoum fi.-w.taw. Mr, Rnonra MeNeal:
Hay-
of the i'lness of her son, Ed, Wheeler
who resides at Wolhonding: " '
Mr. Homer Bennett left- on Sunday
for Dartmouth Uouegej'iNew namp
shire. He will be grcatly;: missed in
the base ball crowd and in ther circles.
The Misses Florence Hewes, Lucille
Miller and T6m Phillips and Earl'Sar
Tifeas. Mk' Norman .Clark.
t
?.: Chttrch of Christ
Sept 27 10:30 a.' m.' communion
and preaching; subject, "What is the
Greatest Thing in Medina?" 11:30,
Bible Schoo'; 7 p.m., Endeavor;
Miner ana 10m rmmps -?ftw Every, christian can. be a Mis-
geant spent last Friday in Cleveland, ionary..f 8 p;mi phing, 'tThree
attending a theater party in the. even- Gpfeeit Things in our Religion." AlaA-
mg.
Mr. and Mrs.v!Joseph Reisinger and
Mr. and Mrs. E. Groesell and little
daughter Beatrice of Cleveland spent
Sunday at the home of W. H. Rein
hart '
Miss Genevieve Shirley of Cleve
son Wflcct " minister.
. MARRIAGE LICENSES
Walter Fi Crisis and Nellie
ward, both of Medina.
Carl C Sinicox' and Flossie M.
Tibbitts, both of LeRoy. . 1
fi. Frajikln Bowers and Grace Bow
man, Dotn 01 .waaswortn;'
Clarence W. Stower of Akron and
Mabel E. Wheeler of Medina.
Edwin P. Snow of Cuyahoga Falls
and Irene L.. Fuller of Medina.
John P. Kerr , and Margurite-' E;
Moore, both of Wadsworth "
( Wm. B. Hales of Wellington and
Blanche May Gannett of Spender. "
: First Baptist Church
Sunday-.' Heptv 27-10:30 a. ia.i
horning worship, sermon by, pastor,
subject,. J'Unkind . Criticism.;?;. 11:45,
R5h1i nhnAl 7 n . 'm ' Younff neonle's
. . . . or. nu. T-i .J I r r - r
land is a guest 01 miss iMsie cenneiu meeting . g p. m Peopie8 Sejyic Bub.
Mrs. cessie newes anu Knectr,( Jesus and art Unfortunate Con-
mmm , ' A - t A-m- T I 1
Florence spent tne weeK-na wim vr.
Clan Qendon of Cleveland.
Mrs. Milton C. Gage and, son Joseph
spent Monday in Cleveland, in com
tany with Mrs. Sargeant of , New'
South Berlin who is spenomg , jne
MALLEI CREEK
dition." 4. .F. Dimmock, minister.
winter with her daughter in Cleve
land.
Mr. and Mts. Jam6s Lampson at
tended the class reunion and party of
07 York High School, which was held
at the home of Lawson ' Bishop at
Mallet Creek. l ' -V
Mr. O. K. Manning of Qay, Wfest
Virginia and his,' sisters, the Misses
Hallie and Hazel Manning were
miests cf Mr. and Mrs. John Beck
last Sunday.
Mr. Lawson Bishop of Mallet Creek,
who is attending the University of
Wisconsin and has been here for a
weeks vacation, spent last Wednes
dav visitinjr at the homes of John
Beck and James Lampsn.
Edna Rickard Hamilton who has
been spending the summer at her
father's home, G. W. Rickard's, left
Monday for Charleston, West Va.,
to begin her season for the Redpath
Lyceum BureauV Stewart M. Ham
ilton left Monday for Chicago, 111.,
where he has been called to teach
political economy and public , finance
at the University of Chicago.
Last Monday Afternoon at a cross
road near Ashland a limited car on
the C. &S. struck an auto containing
Congregational Church
Morning worship at 10:30. Sunday-
school following the morning' worship.
Evening service at 8, sermon, "The
Religious Significance of the Probable
Results of the War in Europe." H.
Samuel Frltsch, pastor.
During the past week another
state has joined the ranks of the
drvs. Vireinia , voted dry by a
. ' m At- A-
Majority 01 zu.uuu. ,.
Everybody's friend Dr. Thomas'
Eclectic Oil, the great household rem
edy for toothache,, ear-ache, oore
throat, cuts, bruises, scalds. Sold at
all drug stores, at 25 and 50c
Mrs Herman Wolf and Mrs. Baugh-
man spent a few days in Cleveland
the past week. '
rjlr, , W. X. McCurdy, state inspector
of rural schools, visited some of the
York schools Wednesday of this week.
Mrs. John Biddle entertained her
grandson, Roy Ulner, of Cleveland, the
part week.
A' number , from York were in To
ledo Wednesday attending the Medi
na business men's outing.
Miss' Anna Bohley spent Wednes
day of this -week in Seville.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Echel have
been .spending the week with friends
in Norwalk.
Mr. Albert Wood of Cleveland is a
guest at Mr. C. P. Dickerman's.
Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey, formerly of
this place, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Hoff last Sunday.
Mrs. Marie Halliwe'l was visiting
York friends Wednesday.
The Congregational church will
hold a social at the home of Mr. S.
C. Hoff Saturday evening,
mode" wll be served.
Miss Winnie Cornwell, who has
been visiting Miss Alice Bennett, re
turned to Cleveland Monday. Alice
accompanied her friend home and will
remain as a guest for a few days
Mrs. Robert Lance was called to
Camden, Ohio, this week by the death
of her mother.
Friday, Octi 2, an illustrated, lec
ture will be given at the Town hall;
subject, "Yellowstone National Park."
Pie "a la
one- man, completely; .smashing- the -;There,ar i three candidates for the The proceeds of this lecture will be
car; and -killing the; f man' instantlyi dffiw hich;if seek, thaV ofpoimty divided among. the schools for thepur
The latter evidently aaw the car ap-Kecorder., l asic that you investigate pose or school room decoration, ao
nroachmir and tried to cross the and consider well the qualifications mission is 10c for school ! children
track, but his engine went "dead" of each, and then if youlcari see your J 16c for. adolti ' Colonel French, has
lust as he came to the twttki" leavW way 'cleiur,. cast your Vote for me at traveled extensively end the , enter-
wtixf in fwVit of 'the limited, the November election. . - ' ; 1 1 talnment Is' one of the best of its
The company Is held.blametess. Uw-p :' "' " MILLARP F. BAILEY I kind.
Temptation
SEioved
r.-t o? '
?!v" Paying by 'check;1 re-.",
' rrioves 7- the tempafation ,
fcf spending' carelessly,,'
iis. Js oftefj the case when ..
you carry considerable
sums of ci'irency with
-y'ou. ..' v y ,-. i '
It also removes the
'danger of 'loss by fife or
theft incident to keeping ,
, rnoney ihthe home.
The economy conven
ience and safety of a '
Savings Deposit Bank
checking account are at '
your command. We wel- '
come deposits in any
amount. '
PAJDON
SAVINGS
Nyals
T
ome
J- Will Tone Up Your System.
Sold under our personal
guarantee.
!opds delivered to
bur -'R. F. D. Cus-
X toniers Parcel Post
V : '; prepaie "
V,.- ,..'
w. j; fall -
Corner Dfaa: Store
Medina, O.
Our store fsl in
charge of a' regist
ered Pharmacist at
ALL TIMES.
t
T
v.
f
t
f
t
f
t
f
T
V
Ammmm
new
Peaches!
Peaches!
Just received, 325 bushels of
of Fancy Smocks and Lemon
Frees. Choice of 175 bushel
to go at
$1.25 Per Bushel
As and AA's from SI.5U to
$1.85 Per Bushel.
The hot weather ripened
these peaches eany ana we
bought RIGHT, so we can sell
RIGHT.
Don't delay, but come at once.
25 Lbs. Sugar $1.90
Pelton's Grocery
and Bakery
3OnVnVnOr
MILLER
Handsome stock of
Fall and ' iijiter, (Joo48- -'
You will especially want
to see the
Sweaters
and
Rain Coats
Come early and get a
first' choice of these fine
clothes.
L. ABRAMS,
MEDINA
BLOCK Head-to-Foot Outfitters lor Men and Boys OHIO
Tf
OPEN EVERY EVENING
(i
The Place to Buy
Wrijhl's Book Store
R. H. Cotton,
Life
Accident
Automobile
.;::!:';;.Iri8Urance
No; -10&f teader-News Bldg.,
; Cleveland, Ohio.
Telephone Main 5959. P. O. Box 222.

xml | txt