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The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been
In use lor over 30 years, has borne the signature oC
- ana nas oeeu iinvuo uuuw a
z. sonal supervision since its infancy.
jMTsJZjJ. Allnw tin Ann to deceive vouin this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good " are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger, the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment,
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a harmless substitute lor Castor Oil, Pare-
Boric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
Contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotlo
enbstanee. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Feverlshness. For more than thirty years It
has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea, It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural Sleep.
, Th Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
Genuine CASTORIA always
jBeais the Signature of
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Mrs. J. Grisinger and granddaugh- ) John Hawk, wife and daughter of j Misses Irene and Lilah Gallagher
ter, Mary Fowler of , Wellington, vis- ( Cleveland visited relatives here last are spending the week with Miss
ited at J. and M. Kemery's the last week. 'Maud Hauck.
of the week. S. Plice, Mrs. H. E. Barone and A surprise birthday party W8S held
Mrs. Dora Stingier of Akron, spent; Mary Barone attended a funeral at in honor" of Mrs. Fred Hasel last Sat
a few days with her aunt, Mrs. J. ' Polk last Sunday. urday evening. Refreshments were
Garman and family. They took her The "West Salem Charge" of Re- served and every one et; joyed the
to Sullivan in their auto to visit formed church will hold a Sunday ' evening.
anosner aunt, Mrs. lirlam. school convention at East Homer Ke- Mr. Ernest Bennett of Chicazo. is
Mrs. George Grisinger of Harvey- formed church, Saturday, Oct. 3,' spending the week with his parents.
ville, Kansas, Mrs. G. Keyser of Lo- afternoon and evening. Everybody Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bennett.
rain and Mrs. Orr of Spencer, spent a invited. ReVi Kitter of St. Martin's church
Jn ln,4- l- r -; i .i ! dil. n-.. :n i .1 j - j. . .. ..
uojr lasi, wcciw ai r .viriauigers uaui xvauy uay vmi ue uuscrveu at is Spending 1US vacation hunting in
Reformed church on Sunday Oct. 4, in North Dakota.
the forenoon. j Miss Maud Hauck has purchased a
J. Hein and wife were in Barberton new piano,
last Sunday. j Miss Elsie Platz is spending several
b. Hermon of Rittman visited his
father, G. Hermon, last Sunday.
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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UFFALO $
LEVELAND
Zt- THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
laagdt 500 foetj bnmifh 98 , inchn; 510 lUttrooma and potga
mm, xmwr m mm uim in til proportion! nrnw a u
island mm ol th. world. Iawnua.JaiM 15th.
Miifiai Steamm "SEEANDBEE," "City of ErW a! ICitr f BalMo"
Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND My l.t On i.t
, LMBnfiU , . fKl.M. LMTCVmUa4 - . 9:00P.M.
ABTwOvnbnA . 7:10 A.M. Arrire Ba&l. . . 7:30 A. JL
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mi nwiniM iiuii. jmauo M'umiiM
DR.KUTCHIN
AT THE
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Friday, Oct. 9
SEE H1MI SEE HIS PATIENTS! THEN
IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED
DO NOT TAKE TREATMENT
H hat been visiting your county Cat
seventeen yeera
RICHFIELD
Mrs. Eyman's,
J. Lucas wife ,and children of
Killbuck Valley, and E. Breyley and
family of Spencer visited at Mrs;
Eyman's recently.
Little Helen McNair is sick.
C. D. Whonsetler and wife were at
A. Falconer's in Lodi yeesterday. Mr.
Falconer has been sick a long time
but is getting better slowly. Miss Josephine Buck is learning
Mrs. James Garman has returned hair dressing and manicuring in Ak-
from her trip west. She reports a ron.
very enjoyable visit with relatives. Miss Stella Brown and Miss Devoko
Her sister, Mrs. A. Auble, went with are both away on vacations.
her. There will be no services at the M.
Farmers are busy sowing wheat, j E. church next Sunday on account of
threshing,, etc. Most of them are conference.
through sowing. Wheat and oats
crops were fairly good and in some
instances the yeild has been unusual
ly good.
WADSWORTH
Frank Goldwood attended the camp
fire in Cleveland last week as one of
the musicians.
Mrs. Charles Williams has been
very sick, but is beter now.
Leyton Carter is attending the Co
lumbia University, New York City,
Everett Kremer of Cleveland was finishing up his education.
in town Saturday placing the new Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Randall, Mrs.
moving picture machinery in the Julia Oviatt, Miss Marian Oviatt of
Bender Opera house. He is in the Medina were the guests of Mr. and
employ of the Oliver Co., 647 Euclid Mrs. L E. Humphrey on Sunday last
avenue. Dr. Hanson and wife of Cleveland
Mrs. Mabry, of Akron, a former were the guests of Mr. and Mrs
Wadsworth resident, was visiting Eugene Hancock over Sunday.
relatives in town Saturday. She will
leave for Detroit, Mich., during the BRUNSWICK
coming week.
Edwin Holcomb and wife, of Mrs. Mary Wilkins of Cleveland
tnMd.bMkktfrM.
mZ CLEVELAND A 'BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, ClewalMkO. O.
AKROH STOMACH YICTIHS ARE
RESTORED BY HAYR'S MEM
A, M. George Gets Rid of Malady
After Several Year of
Suffering. '
A M- George, who has offices at
304 Walrii Building, Akron, was for
, many years a sufferer from stomach
ailments. He tried a good many
treatments and took many medicines.
At last he found Mayrs Wenderful
Stomach Remedy. The relief he
sought came swiftly. He wrote:
"It is wonderful what results I re
ceived. I haven't had a symptom of
the old trouble that I suffered for
Beveral years. Mr. Felver, my
neighbor, who sent for some, claims!
that he is a different man altogether,
Hid his wife, who has been in noor
kealth for several years, thinks it is
Joing her good."
Just such letters come from all
over the country. Mayr's Wonderful
Stomach Remedy (convinces with the
first dose ne loner treatment. Mr.
George's experience &a typicaL
Mavr's Wonderful Stomach Rem
edv clears fhe dkxstive tract of
mucoid accretions and poisonous
matter. It wes gsick relM from
stomarh, uver and owel troubles.
Many say it has .saved them from
dangerous operations and mairy are
sure it has caved their lives.
Because of the remarkable success
of this remedy there are many imi
tators, so be eattfou8. Be sure it's
MAYR'S. Go to W. X Wall's (drug
store and ask about the wonderful re
sult St has accomplishedor send to
Geo. H. Mavr. Mfe. Chemist, 154-156
Whiting St, Chicago, HH., for free
book on stomach ailments and many
erateful letters from meople Who
have been restored. Any druggist
can tell you its wonderf til .effects.
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JUarion, are guests of his parents, has been here visiting her brother, F.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Holcomb, High Brant.
at. He is still in the employ of the ' Columbus Brant and family spent
Erie railroad.' Sunday in York at John Indoe's.
Frank Bowers and wife, who was Millard Kenyon and Mary Rowley
Miss Grace Baughman until Satur-lwer? married in Elyria Sept. 9, and
day, will occupy the house recently j'will live near Spraguetown. They
vacated by Gus Birbeck, on Lyman st. spent last Sunday here at Ralph
Jacob Detweiler is nearly well! Deuble's.
again after his recent critical illness Mrs. Geo. Coleman an dMiss Viola
and he was able to be about during! Gibson spent Saturday and Sunday in
the latter part of the week. j Cleveland with relatives.
Miss Anne Daykin, of this place Mr. Denune of Hiram is preaching
has accepted a position with a Cleve-Iat the Disciple church.
land law firm, and left Friday to as- The Ladies' society of the Disciple
sume her duties. I church met Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. M. M. Freidt, of .Medina, is Mrs. Charles Gibbs
the guest of friends here. . Cirile Shaw f LeRoy is ' clerking
T. N. Morr, of West Salem, was a at Perkins & Redikers. He is a bro
visitor in town on Friday. . J ther of 34rs. Ray Ferriman.
L. E. Heffner and daughter, of Chester Gray, who has been here
Ashland, were guests of T. D. and for a couple of months went back to
Mrs. Wolbach over .Friday nght. Senecaville last Saturday.
Ed. Nolf has been gone since last Walter Tibbitts and wife were in
.Sunday on a two waeks' trip to New LeEoy Saturday to attend the wed-
York and Philadelphia. He will visit ding of Flossie Tibbits and Carl
.relatives in the latter .place. I Simcox.
A home-coming of the I. O. O. F. Mr. Henry Allan of Elyria is visit-
lodge at this place was held in theirj ing his daughter, Mrs. W. Vaughan
looms on Friday night The meeting Little Althea Vaughn is recovering
was attended by 65 of the local mem-1 from a severe sickness of throat
hers and oat of town lodges n the vi-1 trouble.
cinity were also represented. ' The Elmer Bell is staying at Dr. Wood's
work of the degree was exemplified and attending school-
after wMch refreshments were served. 1 Ernest Wilkey and Handy Miner
The local lodge now Jias a member- spent Saturday afternoon in Cleve
ship of 163. Among .those present land.
from out of town were vDtto Shech, of The school scholars are selling
Akron, and L. E. Heffner, of Ashland. tickets for our lecture course for the
The teachers iOf the public schools winter. Let all patronize them as we
drose to LeRoy on Friday evening and have not had a course for a few years.
had an excellent supper At that fam-The first entertainment is Oct. 23.
ous hostelry. The trip was made in Mrs. George Fullerton is visiting
five automobiles four of fliem driven friends around h re. She moved away
by 0. 3u. Nolf, Fred Falk, Jacob Ever- from here nineteen years ago an
hard and W, A. Aalt, whose wives this h "her first visit back and her
accompanied them, and Miss Margar- husband and son Charles have both
et Miller driving the fth, accompan- died in the meantime. She makes her
ied by her mother, Mrs. M. F. Miller, home nw with a sister in Toledo.
It was an annual event, the jeachersj Will Rennison and wife of Cleve
entertaining the newly employed, hand spent Saturday and Sunday at
Superintendent and Mrs. Elliott ac-jA. D. Gardner's.
companied them. Harry Lincoln and wife of Cleve
A corn roast party was held m the iand spent Sunday here at F.
(orchard at tthe Goss home, 34Q High Gibbs. They brought back little Ellen
St., Friday .night. Eleven copies Gibbs, who has been with them for
gathered around the blazing camp fire three weeks,
and there enjoyed the feast Mrs. Eva Leinseder is established
At the recent organization of the in her millinery rooms at the center.
Reformed church choir the following . Mrs. Mary Thomas is back home
officers were elected: Herbert Libert,
president; Catherine Vorhees, fcreas-
weeks in Elyria as the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Willis" Reichard.
Rev. Harvy Weidner, wife and
daughter are spending the week with
Mr. and Mrs Henry Weidner.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin and son of
Cleveland, Mr. Noah of Chatham, Miss
Carrie Geisinger of Lodi, were guests
at Mr. John Hauck's Sunday.
The base ball game played between
Brunswick and Valley City at the
Medina fair last Thursday was won
by the Valley City boys, score being
5 to 11.
Miss Helen Sharkey spent Sunday
at Lorain.
Miss Mary Appleby has been on
the sick list the past week.
Misses Anna and Bessie Bordine of
Berea were the guests of Miss Elinor
Schaefer on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Platz of
Cleveland spent Sunday at Mr. Emil
Platz's.
The base ball game played here
last Friday between the Y. H. S. and
L. H. S. boys was an easy game for
our boys, they winning over the Y. H.
S. boys 2 t 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hauck and Mrs.
John Hauck spent last Sunday in
Cleveland visiting relatives.
The wedding of Mr. Carl Schmidt
of Val'ey City and Miss Hattie Jane
Goodman of Grafton on Wednesday
evening, September 23, was a grand
affair. The wedding took place at the
home of the bride, in Grafton. The
house was very beautifully decorated,
also the table, which bore not alone
delicious fruits, but a supper which
would make you all hungry would I
tell you more. There were about fifty
guests present from Valley City,
E'yria, Grafton, Belden and Columbia.
The ceremony was performed by the
groom's uncle, Rev. Schmidt of Lo
rain. Miss Rae Hunt was bridesmaid
and Mr. Bert Goodman a brother of
the bride, best man. They also re
ceived a great many and handsome
gifts. They will take their honey
moon later in the season.
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Mrs. Nettie Schlahaugh, choirister.
Wadsworth was defeated by Por
tage at Barberton Sunday in the
first football game of the seascn. The
score was 25 to 7.
The funeral cf Eli Overholt, held
here Sunday, was attended by 17
of his old comrades of the 29th 0.
V. L of the Civil war.
Wadswcrth's ball playing so com
pletely excelled everything the North
End A. C.'s of Barberton were able
to exhibit here Sunday that the final
score was a Mutt and Jeff affair,
Wadsworth making 18 tallies to Bar
berton'o 5. Both teams scored two
runs in the first inning and each
added one more in the second. -
. FARMS FOR SALE
' 100 farms.fromSO per, acre up.
Buy; you&l&nal nwrV lake v la " fruit
belt Lake front . residences cheap.
B. Derby, Jr. Lorain, 0. M?.
DR. KUTCHIN, Ex. u. 8. Snrgeon
Graduate of two of the leading medical
colleges. Studied abroad. Eight years f
college and univenity trainiag. Twenty-fiT
Jear experience in the treatment of
HBONIO DISEASES OT MEN AHO
WOMEN.
PRACTICE LIMITED
. To Chronic affection! f the lOTTOS,
BEAD, KOBE. THBOAT, EAB8, BBOS
OHIAL TUBES, aa Catarrh, Consamptioa
(early itagea), Bronchitis, Aithma, etfc.
STOMACH, UVEB, BOWELS, aa Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, Billiousness, Constipatxoa,
Diarrhoea.
BLOOD, HEAET, SBUi, at Rheumatism,
Eczema, Pimples, Blood Poison, Scrofula,
Bad Blood, etc.
NERVE, SPINE, BEAUT, as Epilepsy, Fita,
Neuralgia, Headache, Sleepleesness, Dixuneta,
Nerrous Exhaustion, Despondency, Loas of
Memory, etc.
KIDNEYS, BLADDER, FEOSTATE. aa
Diabetes, Bright' s Disease, Inflammation of
Kidneys and Bladder, etc.
PILES, EEOTAL DISEASES and V.YRI
OOOELE, treated without use of kniia or de
tention from business.
NO MATTER WHAT THE DISEASE, VP
IT IS CHRONIC, OBSCURE OR DIFFI
CULT, TOU ARE INVITED TO CALL OB.
WRITE REGARDING IT.
FREE EYE EXAMINATION
Tour sight is too precious to bo trifled!
with. Defective vision is often eausel by
disease.
HOME TREATMENT FOR WOMEN
The remarkable success cf Dr. Ktitchin'sj
Home Treatment for Women is attested to
by hundreds of satisfied patients. It saves
many suffering women from dangerous, opera
tions. Astonishing Results, Many eases pro-
nonunced hopeless have yielded readily,
Women suffering from any disease or weak-
to their MX ara invited to
CANAAN BEND
to
again with Mrs. Alice Miner.
Henry Osterhouse had the misfor
tune to lose one of his two horses last
Sunday night He bought another
Monday of Bert Stowe.
Bev. 0. M. Peoples is attending
Conference at Norwalk this week.
. Mr. Du, Mr. Chang and Mr. Wong;
students of Baldwin-Wallace, at
Berea, came out with Prof. Ward
Monday and spent the day vsiting
our schools.
Our primary schools have purchased
a piano for the school room and they
will raise the money in various ways.
First will be an ice cream social Sat
urday night at the Center. If it is
storming it will be in the town hall.
Miss Harriet Simmons spent Sat
urday and Sunday at her home in Le
Roy. v..
We had a little shower Wednesday
morning which laid the dust and
brightened up the grass.
Jesse Whonsetler has returned
school at Columbus.
Ben Bowers and wife welcomed a
little daughter to their home last
Thursday.
Mrs. Hattie Bowman and daughter
Cora, spent Sabbath at the Keck home
north of Lodi.
Earl Baney and family visited at
Canaan the past week.
Miss Mary Whonsetler spent last
week visiting her sisters at Barber
ton and Kenmore.
Mrs. Weigley and daughter Lizzie,
of Sterling, were callers at the Scott
home last Saturday.
School began here on Monday
morning with Miss Florence Whon
setler as teacher.
Jas. Newton and wife of Cleveland,
were late visitors among friends here.
Among the unfortunates the past
week were the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sinclair, who had her leg
broken; and Vella Scott with a broken
ankle.
Mrs. Bell, a new arrival in our vil
lage, has been very ill the past week.
S. Steele and wife of LeRoy, were
late visitors at the Hoisington home.
Mr. and Mrs. Derhamer of Lake
Station, visited with the Ritter fam
ily on Sabbath.
Mrs. Edna Amstutz of Rittman is
at the home of her parents, B. F.
Hoisington and wife.
Rev. Ayers preached his last ser
mon here before .conference at the M.
E. church, on Sabbath afternoon. All
wish him to return.
Raymond Sell opened his school on
Monday, teaching in what is known
as the Slemmons District
U. A. Russel and wife of Wooster,
were Canaan visitors the first of this
week.
M. Clinker and wife attended a fam
ily reunion at a distance on Saturday.
Miss Effie Sell visited her friend,
Miss Shamp of Honeytownf, a few
days the past week. Miss Shamp was
a former teacher at this place.
ness peculiar
can or write.
UCM Dr. Kutcbin wants a prtratn,
- ' heart-to-heart talk or correspond
ence with every man who is weak, nervous,
broken down, discouraged, or suffering front,
any disease caused by ignorance, excesses
contagion, incompetent treatment or negfcet.
Success or failure in life depends on your
physical and mental condition. Do not put
off a matter of such vital importance. DO
SOMETHING NOW. CoMultation and ai
vice free.
WHY CONSULT DR. KUTCHIN?
HE HAS MADE regular visits to thiaconr
munitv for nearly seventeen years and baa
established a permanent practice and repu
tation. HIS PRACTICE IS LIMITED to Cbronlo
Diseases, and he has spent practically all bis)
life in the study and treatment of them.
HIS SPECIALTY: To devise and fornlsk
at a low cost successful courses of horn
treatment for those who have no tint or
money to spend at expensive hospitals and
sanitariums. ;
HE IS IN THE PRIME OF LIFE and at
bis very best for good work.
HIS PRACTICE 00NSI8TS mainly of raro
and difficult cases having failed to secure
satisfaction elsewhere.
AT LEAST THREE-FOURTHS of his pa
tients are sent to him by former patrons.
IF HE THINKS be cannot benefit root ho
will say so.
DR. KUTCHIN' S BEST references are his
many friends and patients, the result C
seventeen years practice in this community.
REMEMBER
THAT DS. KUTCHIN INVITES searching
investigation of bis work ana metnods or
treatment. And that he charges ABSO
LUTELY NOTHING FOR CONSULTATIOS
AND EXAMINATION. Yonr ease will re
ceive his best attention. Everything; confi
dential. HIS CHARGES are so fair and reasonable
that the poortBt working man or woman, need
not hesitate to apply for treatment.
ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO
DR. KUTCHIN .
X2S WILSON AVE. COLUMBUS.
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CC. Robinson's bam will tx open
oata Iter' thf Utdin Fair.
CASTORIA
For Iufants and Children '
liiUsa Fcr Over SOYcsra
ANrays bears
Sisaatart of
NO. 4842.
REPORT
of the condition, ofc
THE OLD PHOENIX
NATIONAL BANK
At Medina, in the State of Ohio, at the
close of business. Sept. 12, 1914.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts t 823,547 OS
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 6i(rt 54
0. S. Bonds to secure circulation... 75,000 00
Other bonds totecure Postal Sav
ings Deposits o,000 00
Bonds, securities, eto 430,849 01
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank all
other stock", $,300
Other Real Estate owned.... ......
Due from State and Private Banks
and Bankers, Trust Companies,
and Savings Banks 80,000 00
Due from approved reserve agents.. 141,467 23
Checks and other cash items 4.108 12
Notes of other National Banks 695 00
Fractional paper currenoy, nickels,
and cents 1,(M U
Lawful horkt bisirvi m bak,
viz:
Specie 47k0. 80
Legal-tender notes 88.S85.00 85,633 80
Redemption fund with TJ. 8. Treas
urer (5 per cent of circulation) 1,750 00
Total 1,604,8SI3
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in , 100,000 00
surplus iuna 60.000 QQ
Undivided profits, less expenses
and Taxes paid , 19, tog 13
National Bank Notes outstanding., . 74,500 00
Dividends unpaid
Individual doposits subject to check. 1 17R 7i7 r
Demand oertic oates of deposit 170,071 IS
Cashier's checks outstanding 1.548 30
Postal Saving Deposits 2,427 08
Total.... 1JS04J88I II
Btam of Ohio, ) ,
UOUHTT OF MMINA, J.
I, C. E. JONES, Cashier of the above-namefl
bank do solemnly swear that the above state
went Is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief. r C. m, Joma, tiasbter.
Subscribed anA rwora to before me this 161k
day of Sept., W14, Ji-w 10C-.' 1 5.
' W.P. AlMBWoiM Notary Publlo.'
CorreeV-Auest :
C. L, QwiBsraou,
D, 0. Bh wrann, V Direotort
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