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. HIE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER SO, 1914.
Slould Be! l"aT.TTV-.. A A A" A A A A A A A A en A. A. M Elected t t t L. ABRAI7IS' ' DANA F. REYNOLDS Candidate for State Representative ,1 was born in Westfield township in 1883 and with the exception of the time occupied in attending school, have spent practically all my life on a farm. I graduated from - LeRoy high school , and Buchtel college and am now finishing the law course at Ohio State University. 1 have always been a Democrat and have taken an active interest in the affairs of that party since reaching majority. I was a candidate for the same office two years ago and was defeated by a majority of less than 200. I believe that the present adminis tration has ably proven its right to time. He also holds the position of Clerk of Medina village. If elected to the office of County Auditor, he will endeavor to discharge the duties of said office in an accept able manner. R. L. GEHMAN Democratic Candidate for Sheriff R. L. Gehman, Democratic candi date for Sheriff was born in Montville 54 years ago. He has lived in Mont ville and Medina all his life. He was born and raised a Republican but left the party on the issues of Bimetalism, progress and human rights involved a continuance in office, by its ready response to the will of the people and by its policy of living up to its pre election pledges. For the past six years the Demo crats have been at the head of af fairs in this state and in all that time no suspicion of graft has emanated from the State House, which is in great contrast to conditions existing prior to that time, when the public treasury was being looted by Repub lican office holders and Republican bosses. Believing thereforethat faithful ser vice should be rewarded by re-election and that friends of such an adminis tration, rather than enemies, should be sent as representatives of, the various counties of the State to fur ther the work already begun, I so licit your vote. DANA F. REYNOLDS LESTER B. GANYARD. Candidate for County Surveyor -i r . v. m is STILL ON. HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS LEFT HURRY AND GET THE SELECTION OF THE BEST SUITS AND OVERCOATS IN MEDINA COUNTY. Is a candidate for re-election for county commissioner on the Demo cratic ticket and has given faithful service in the past, which should hold preference over untried candidates. D. L. Towslee was born in Homer township and. moved : to Harrisville township with his parents when two years old and has lived there ever since. He was elected assessor of the town ship three times and real estate as- tkSft-Srt c -m 8 Eli&ttock of New Fal1 and Winter Clothing means to you, now, at less fnr? in f:f ?ua80n ?re8 I, D0FT. WAITI C0MB AT ONCE! It will be greater than ever be wl 'J?5 f ' T! ?Iantic18ale that has been arranged anywhere, will take place at this time. ZVltt ene th.at th,8 sale -hall go down in history as the most wonderful money-saving sale rilL u f "I1? as V 2sUj do' our mammoth stock of Men's, Young Men's and Children's wt? fBnuBhm Su,t Ca8e and Shoes or Men, Women, Boys and Girls. anRrLr8 merchandise is sold. Lack of space permits us to mention only a few of .the great bargains awaiting you. od dSRSSk Md. MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S SUITS ..blue, worth ?10, sale price .$4.98 All sizes, sale price $4,75 Mens fine royal standard jerseys, mixtures Your pick of young men's suits, fancy mix- ..and vicunas, all strictly hand tailored, tures and other materials, worth upto$13.50 .very latest styles, worth $13.50, sale price. .9.48 Bale price ' 9.75 SiMf.Sli-VVi; Good selection of men's and young men's 1'lH'f;&Hi,OL!iW0,!,:,i-,1L85 blue serge, fancy blue and other shades ....SifiSwSLflSS:::::: woh upn?' "h PT -9'75 . fnrAa hioAc ' Come in and see the suit that you can buy . .chillas and the eenuine Carr'a MetC"! ! ! " ' durinK Bale Bale Pricc in the camnaism of 1896. . Since that time he has never voted for any candidate for any office who is a reactionary, and while respecting the opinions of others, he has treated gum shoe methods with the utmost contemtt. If elected, Mr. uehman will admin ister the office in the interest of- the public good and without favoritism to any one. LAKEY J. FLICKINGER Candidate for Clerk of Courts Lakey J. Flickinger of Seville, 0., the Democratic candidate for Clerk of Courts, is a Medina County pro duct He was born in Westfield town ship nearly 56 years ago and most of his life has been spent on the larm. As a farmer his ability commanded the attention of his neighbors. About 17 years ago he purchased the Dan Shaw farm near Seville and for years was engaged in the dairy business, with success. An accident later ne cessitated a change of occupation, and for the past six years he has been one of the banner agents of the J. R. Watkins Medical Uo. tie is now serv- ins: his second term as treasurer of Guilford township. If elected to the clerkship we be speak for him a clean, courteous, business-like administration of the county's business. Candidate for County Commissioner sessor in 1900 by a majority of 151, receiveine nearly three votes to his oDDonent's one in a Republican town- shiD. with a Republican majority av eraging 800. Mr. Towslee enjoys the confidence of his neiehbors, and n re elected will make an honest, capable official. Was born in Granger township, Dec. 25, 1862. His education was begun in the common schools and was contin ued for a time in Baldwin University at Berea. After teaching for a while he entered the Ohio Normal Univer- fty at Ada, Ohio, where he graduated m Civil Ewnneerine. afterwards fin ishing a scientific course in the same institution. In 1890 he was in Salem, Virginia in railroad and city engineer ing. In 1892 he was elected county sur veyor of Medina county and adminis tered the office with efficiency and ac curacy. He has been actively engaged hi surveying and engineering since, and asks the support of the voters of Medina county on Nov. 8. z z z z z z z z z z z z ; z z : Z ' Z-: Z : z z z z z z t z z z z z z z z z z z z z TT1 A TT IT SALE BEST . .They have the latest bell bottom and box. . . . ..enect... iney are strictly hand tailored ..and equal to the best tailor-made over- ..coats, worth $18 to $20, sale price 14.50 RUBBER and FELT BOOTS This is the greatest reduction on rubber and felt boots that we have ever made before. A good $3.00 felt boot at $2.25 $3.50 felt boot snag proof arctic at 2.69 $3.50 rubber boot at 2.85 $4.00 Woonsocket rubber boot at 3.35 $4.50 Woonsocket snag proof rubber boot at 3.89 $6.00 hip boot snag proof Woonsocket at . . . .5.25 $5.50 hip boot at 4.95 MEN'S UNDERWEAR 50c underwear ribbed and fleece lined, sale price ' 39c $1.50 union suits sale price 98c $3.00 all wool union suits $1.95 i.ou an wooi underwear two-piece, sale price 98c 35c w00i sox extra heavy in all colors, sale $1.00 wool underwear at 69c We offer you a fine selection of eleeantly tailored suits in all the very newest shades and most fashionable fabrics worth from $20.00 up, sale price ...14.75 MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S ENGLISH SLIP ONS, MACKINAWS AND BALMACGANS AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES FALL OPENING SALE PRICE-$1.50 Sweater coats in all colors at 69c $1.50 Wool flannel shirts, sale price 98c $2.00 and $2.50 wool flannel shirts, sale price 1.69 Best 50c overalls, sale price 39c 75c overalls, sale price 69c Jackets to match these overalls at the same price. Red, white and blue handkerchiefs, 10c kind, our price 3c 10c canvass gloves at 6c 25c heavy wool sox, sale price 12c FALL OPENING SALE PRICES Men's Furnishings Men's 10c sox, all colors at 6c 23c price SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY One lot of bovs' and srirls' shoes at ....... .$1.35 MoSi?!.ice and firemen 8usPenders regular One lot of boys' and girls' shoes in gun metal 25c kind, now .... ..... . ... ........... . . . .19c and fca $2.50 grade at $1.85 One lot of ladies' shoes, patent or dull leather high or low heels, at $1.95 One lot of ladies' shoes, patent or dull leather, lace or button, $3.50 grade at $2.45 One lot of men's dress shoes, button or lace, $2.50 grade at ...$1.95 One lot of men's dress shoes, $3.50 grade at $2.45 One lot of men's tan or black shoes, button or lace, the $4.00 grade at $3.25 men s ouc womng stuns, DiacK sateen in cluded, your choice at 39c 75c blue flannel shirts, sale price 47c SWEATER COATS $1.50 sweater coats .,69c $2.00 sweater coats .98c $2.50 sweater coats ...$1.89 $3.50 sweater coats $2.85 $4.50 and $5.00 sweater coats, sale price ..$3.65 These sweaters come in ajl colors Eagle trading stamps free with every purchase MANY OTHER BARGAINS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION WILL BE PLACED AT YOUR DISPOSAL. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. NOTHING CHARGED DURING THIS SALE. SALE OPENS THURSDAY, OPENS THURSDA Y, OCTOBER 22, 1914. KILLER BLOCK L. ABEtMvlS OPEN EVERY EVENING r t r v f t t t t t t t r t A. M. F. BAILEY Candidate for County Recorder, was born in Montgomery County, Virginia, Julv 24. 1858. He was educated m the common schools in that county. He came to Ohio at 20 years of age and has lived here continually since. While living at Martins Ferry, he was a member of the City Council and served as its presiding officer for one term. He has lived in Medina Coun ty 18 years, working for the C. L. & W. and B. & O. K. K. and is now op erating a small farm at Lester. Should the voters of this county place Mr. Bailey in charge of the Recorder's Office. hS will eive them the same faithful service he has eiven the com- nanv that he has been serving the past twenty years. i GEORGE STARR Candidate for County Commissioner Two Arears aeo I was chosen by the voters of Medina county as one of their County Commissioners. In re turn I have used every effort to re- nav you bv serving you faithfully and in an efficient and economical manner, ALDRICH B. UNDERWOOD ' Democratic Candidate for ' 1 Proseclitinjr Attorney .- Born and raised on a farm in Gran- eer: attended its district, centrauzea, and hiffh schools: a uoxweu ana a high school graduate; oneyear in post graduate work. Studied four years at UDernn 01- leee. Graduating . with the A.. B. de gree; did foundation worlc there in history, literature, mathematics, po litical science, economics, sociology, philoshophy, and the German, French and English languages, etc.; stuaiea law for threeyears thereafter, both American and English systems, in Harvard and . Western Reserve Uni- , CHARLES FRANKS Candidate for County Treasurer .1 .- Mr. Franks is one of the best known men in Medina county. No man is WAITE of LL. B.; class orator, inter-society l. . ca ...! ti- ,.,., ftf at j-.u ' j njof wfacn he aspires, tie is a man 01 a debater for Oberlin College; now a the Ohio and Medina bar. I want to state frankly that I am a ' . V 1 1 young man, but recently married, ana that I am fighting for my start in life. I aspire to what is known as a 'youne man's" office, and, if elected thereto. I shall try to fill it fearlessly, I have woiked hard in my early years to prepare myself. My most hoped-for debater ana lnter-couegiaie aeimwri . , on5nTloWo ntllrA nTUi 11 ; member of I " ' .5 , , . . mate a pttiiiBtaiviiis ouu m-wuijiuuhuub , official. He is in the prime of life, and , has been engaged in business in uv- eroool all his life. Any one can vauch for Mr. Frank. The people of Medina county will Make no mistake if they choose Mr. 1 Faanks as their next Treasurer. H.A. Funeral Director and Embalmer North Side Public Square Office Phone 4080 Mwill heln me at this time. ALDRICH B. UNDERWOOD. DR. R. A. BRINTNALL Candidate for County Coroner. Is a resident of Valley City and well known throughout the county. Mr. Brintnall 13 a young man, deserving the support of every voter, be he Re publican or Democratic. GEORGE L. McNEAL Candidate for County Auditor George L. McNeal was born near Smithville, Wayne County, O., Aug. 18, 1869, and when about seven years of age with his parents moved to Sterling, where they lived about six years when they moved onto a farm' about a mile and a half west of Me dina. A portion of the time for the next few years he worked on the farm, and also for some of the neigh boring farmers, and attended the dis trict and public schools of Medina. . At the age of 18, he began clerking in the grocery Btore of David Bach tell, when, on account of sickness he was laid up for some time, then con tinued with G. W. Chipps, who bought Mr. Bachtell's business. He ' next ac cepted a clerkship with James New ton, which continued for about five years, when he accepted the position ( as bookkeeper in the old hollow ware foundry, until that plant was finally absorbed by a combination. Following this he went into the grocery store of Whipple & Sipher, where he con tinued for about 12 years, with the ex cention of a short time, while in at tendance at the Spencerian business school. On Sept 1, 1910 he left the employ of the above firm, and entered into a laundry agency business, in which he is engaged at the precent "y "'"'- " 1 1 111 11 -- 111 v. ' - - k ;-: (' 1 iiiwMrimm.nt mwm n-wTirw uni rimi ii mini! reward is that my Old Home County YOllCan make Better Cough f always aiming to fulfill my office not in name but in person as a County Commissioner. Trusting my service and energy have been appreciated and approved, I solicit your influence and support for my, re-election on Nov 3, 1914. ' a GEORGE STARR. JOHN D. OWEN of Wadsworth for COMMON PLEAS JUDGE, election Nov. 3, 1914. His home has been in Medina County all his life except six years. His education was received in the Sevil'e public "chools, the Univer sity of Wooster and the University of Michigan. He has heM no county office and he has not therefore asked anyone to vote for him. He has taken no part in politics except to vote. He belongs to no political ring. His whole time and attention for fifteen years has been devoted to the study and practice of law. The best preparation for anyone for common pleas judge is the prac tice of law and the Judge's work is law work. Office ho'dirg or politics would be harmful to anyone for such position. Syrup than You can Buy. A full pint for 60 etnti, which would coit yon in th regular war not lets than $2.00. Just pour.an 8-ounce bottle of Glyco-Plne, coating 60 cents, into pint bottle, flu witn granulated ingar and shake. Or get a 8-ounce bottle ef Glyco-Pine, coiting 25 cents, pour into ft 6-ounee bottle and shake. From the 25-cent sise you bare tbree times as much syrup and from the 50-cent sise four times as ranch for the money as when bought ready made and only takes a few minutes. In the course ef the year this will save a family many dollars. Glyco-Plne is an extract made from Glyce rine, White Fine compound and other valu able expectorants. There is no formula known that will looaen a cough and heal congested lungs so quickly. After using a bottle no one could induce you to take something else next time. A bad cold, sore throat or obstinate cough is a serious matter, as very often they result in a settled cough on the lungs. They are most quickly and effectively relieved by Glyco Plne, which works like magic. Glyco-Plne is particularly well adapted to children from the fact that it contains no opium, morphine or other narcotic sedative. The manufacturers of Glyco-Plne authorise all dealers to refund the price to any cus tomer who returns the empty bottle and thinks he ever took anything hotter. Your druggist should have Glyo-Pine. If not, send to Ajax Chemical Co., Akron, O. The Man Who Wants To Borrow Money , and the man who wants a safe place to keep his mon ey, a place where he can leave it with the certainty of getting all or any part of it at any time, are both ap preciated patrons at this bank. We do a general commercial banking buBiness-we co-operate with and assist our customers in the up building of their business. We are constantly gaining new patrons and shall be pleased to number you among them. y y jy hjl Jyi ipnyyy IP ' 4 Per Cent Allowed on Sayisgs Accounts. OLD PHOENIX NATIONAL MEDINA, OHIO. BANK CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Uso For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature Itch! Itchl Itch Scratch! Scratch! Scratch 1 The more you scratch, the worse the itch. Try Doan'a, Ointment for eczema, any skin itching. 60c box. i VALLEY CITY Misses Elinor and Bertha Schaefer spent several days last week In Cleve land visiting relatives. Miss Marie Sailer and Miss Elsie Plat spent Sunday at Medina. The high school pupils spent last Friday at York. The boys played two games of base ball and won both. One game was played with the York boys and the other with the Litchfield boys. Mr. Kunta of Cleveland spent Sun day here visiting friends and looking after the Thomese property. mib HAttle Mack of Valley City and Mr. Wm. P. Maler of Orand Ledge. Mich wmr married Oct. 20 at Grand Ledge, They are now on their wedding trip hero and then to Chicago, and back to Grand Ledge where they will make their future home. Misses Mary r.nd Martha Appleby spent Wednesday In Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Menner and Mr. Herman Schaefer spent Sunday at Mr. Bauer's at Stroud's Crossing. Mrs. Anna Maler of vauey Jity ana Mr. Joseph Lebet of Cleveland were quietly married Oct. 28, at v alley uuy by Rev. George Kehner. They are on their wedding trip to Grand Ledsre, Mich. They expect to make their fu ture home in Valley City for the pres ent. The many patrons of Mrs. Lebet wish to offer their congratulation; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Prescher spent Sunday in Cleveland visiting friends. Mr. Clarence Mack of Cleveland spent Sunday at home. . Mr. and Mrs. Sam Atnoid and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Teuiel of Cleveland