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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30 1914.
SOUTHWESTERN SYSTEM - EffectM September 1; 19X4 , '.K Eastern Standard Time. , h-K&l cars leave Medina" for Berea, Kamms and Cleveland, 6:22, 7:16, 8:13, 10:11 a., in., 12:11, 2:11, 4:11, 6:11, S:ii, iuairii:58 p. m. u Limited trains leave Medina for Cleve land at 7:57, 8:41, 10:13, 10:41 a. m., 2:00, 4:12, 4:41, 6:41 p. m. Local cars leave Cleveland for Medi na at 7:20, 9:20, 11:20 aV m 1:20, 3:20, 5:20, 7:20 9:20, 11:20 p. m. Local car leaves Lorain St. Depot for Medina only, at 6.05 a. m. Limited trains leave Cleveland for Me dina at 6.08, 7.48, 9.48, 10.48, 11.48 a. m., 2.48, 3.48, 5.48, 6.48 p. m. Local cars leave Medina for Chippewa Lake, Seville, Creston, Wooster, Lodi, West Salem, Ashland, Mans field; Crestline, Galiori and Bucyrus at 7:26, 9:09, 11.09 a. m., 1:09, 3:09, 5:09, 7:09, 9:09 p. m. Galion only 11:91 p. ro. Seville only,, 12:57 a. m. ,.i Limited trains leave Medina for Se ville, Creston and Wooster at 11:15 a. m., 1:15, 5:15, 7:15 p. m. For Seville, Lodi, WestSalem, Ashland, Mansfield, Crestline, Galion, and Bucyrus at 9:15 a. m., 12:15, 4:15 p. in., Galion only, 8:15 p. m. i f ? t t Y ? v f t V.V f t t ? ? t The Possibilities of a Dollar One dollar rightfully used in youth and "properly handled throughout life; should be the foundation of prosperity, of happiness and of plenty. Teach the children to save. One dollar will open an account. We pay FOUR PER CENT INTEREST on savings accounts. THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL LODI STATE BANK Capital and Surplus $80,000.00 Assets More Than Half a Million Dollars WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS..'' The & Clerelaad, 7, Southwestern Columbus Ry. Co. its. Newton, AJent, fhone--1167 qnn uxniijwrufuvwinruKnsuv .w $ PERSONALS $ avru aruxruiaan iinnnnnriri ruin uub W. J. "Wall was In Cleveland on business Monday. . Mr', and Mrs. C. E. Hoover spent Sat urday In Sterling. Mrs. West Is visiting in Akron and Cuyahoga Falls this week. , Mr. T. D. Hallock of Lakewood was a caller In town last Friday. Miss Nell Batton spent the week-end at her home in Thornville, O. Mrs. J. F. Borger is. spending the week in Columbus and Toledo. . Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tubbs spent Sun day with the D. A. Tubbs family. Mrs. Dell Woodward of Grand Rap ids, Mich., is visiting at Elbridge Gibbs' Mr. Willis Todd of Cleveland was a guest or Miss Jiiuiaita Damon over sun day. - Mi3s Marie Sailer and, Miss Elsie Plats of Valley City spent Sunday In town. A. Stebbins and family in Creston over Sunday. , , Mrs. Fuller spent Sunday and Mon day with her Bister, ; Mrs. Hurrie in Mrs. D.'a. Tubbs left Wednesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Will Cris tfick'in Akron. Sumner Litchfield and wife were the guests of Edgar Ewing and family in Jacicson Monday. Mrs. Richard Moncrief and family are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Nichols. Miss Margaret Flagle will spend the week-end with her aunt, Mrs. Mary McCabe in Cleveland. Aldrich B. Underwood and Dana F. Reynolds addressed a meeting at Spencer Tuesday night. Mrs. David Sprague of Brunswick who has been visiting at Frank Clem ent's, returned home this week. Mr. Sherman Maple, who is at col lege in Cleveland, spent the week-end With his father and brother here. Mr. and Mrs. Nettleton have been ylsiting for the past few weeks with 'relatives In Minnesota,- and expect to return home Friday evening. Mrs. M. V. Green, who recently moved Into the Bradway apartments .left for Philadelphia last Thursday, where she will spend several months with her on. , Mrs. Paul Reutter and son of Clarks burg, W. Va have been spending the past few weeks at the home of-Mr. Reutter's sister, Mrs. Dallas Warner, returned home Tuesday. Her husband joined her here on Sunday so as to at tend the funeral of her brother, May nard Hartel. ' . . r Subscription ' j Rates 1 ,: Mens' Felt Boots q4 ID Boys' Felt Boots $1.95 Mens' Rubber Boots $2.90 Boys' Rubber Boots '$2.45 LOOK IN THE WINDOWS P"nTT?PTATPT?nn uKlJlOllN UJDJKO For Shoes You can't beat our prices-we know snoes tbat's our business--we know how to fit you we know good shoes when we see them-we are honest with you everytime. We tell you what a shoe is if a shoe goes wrong we make it right , GRIESINGERS Womens Warm Shoes $1.25 to $2.50 Womens' Felt Juliets $.90 to $1.50 Girls School Shoes $1. up to $2.50 Boys' School Shoes $1 to $2.50 Subscribe today Call at Store. Telephone or Write. Special attention given to your order be it large or small. Prompt delivery guaranteed. Orders taken for any paper or magazine printed and will give you a club rate on any size order taken during the following months: November, December and January. Your business Solicited W. A. McINTOSH NEWS STAND Medina, O. YAIXEY CITY A Halloween party will be held at Albert Hoppe's. Mr. Frank and F. C. Hoppe, Mr. Gil lam and Mr. Walter Mohler spent Sun day at Barberton. Mrs. Hilliard of Akron Is spending the week, with her father, Mr. George Armbruster. The teachers of theschools hereat tended the meeting for teachers held at Cleveland Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson of Cleveland spent Sunday at home. Mrs. Chas. Artz of Upper Sandusky is the guest of Mrs. Wm. Hoppe. They were room mates at Oberlin college about IB years ago.x A Halloween party Is to be held at Ed. Bauer's. A general invitation is extended to everyone and ladies are requested to bringa pumpkin pie and a , Just an article I forgot about two years ago, of the marriage of Miss , Sarah Bennett and Dr. A. G. Appleby. Their many friends wish to extend to them their "Best Wishes" and "many blessings". "So mote it be". Mr. Hunter of Columbia has moved Into Mr. F. V. Wood's Riverside farm. , Mrs. Fred Bauer has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Stran ahan, in Elyria. X X X X Judicial Ticket For Chief Justice of the Supreme Court . (Vote for One) h: HUGH L. NICHOLS For Judge of the Supreme Court , ' (Vote for Two) J. FOSTER WILKIN ' PHIL M. CROW For Judge of the Court of Appeals A. G. CARPENTER For Judge of the Court of Common Pleas JOHN D. OWEN you and pick out the names indicated above and place your MX' mark be fore each as already shown. George L. HcNcal l Democratic Candidate V For County Auditor I Election Nov. 3, 1914 IT IT 1 11 : lilt llll IMMMIH w I iiH!!!"i: i i iiiiniiiia:::;:;M!IIMN I I 11 1 111 1 11 We have modern improvements for the house as well as for the farm. We solicit your patronage. OUR MOTTO: "A square dear "the same to everybody," BOOZE3 MOVIE BEST SERMON The six-reel film depicting Jack London's famous story "John Barley corn," given at the Princess theatre last Sunday under the auspices of the local churches proved of immense in- 1 terest and was greeted by a full house ! -A 1 .... 4 11 M. , tu uvui ui me ttiieruuun periormances To any one who has had repeated op portunities for observing inebriates and the various stages of alcoholism neither , the story or the film produc tion can be regarded as overdrawn. In fact It ts so strikingly realistic as to be practically proof positve that it was concieved by one who had "been thu the mill". A production like that of Sunday causes more men to vote dry we believe, than very many sermons or lectures. The Sentinel congratu lates the local churches for what they did last Sunday. For Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Hugh L. Nichols, (one to be elected); for Judge of the Supreme Court, J. Foster Wilkin, and Phil M. Crow, (two to be elected); for Judge of the Court of Appeals, A. G. Car penter; for Judge of the Court of Com mon Pleas, John D. Owen. The ro tary ballot is used. This means that the position of the candidates change on every ballot and the voter must remember the names, get them fixed firmly in his mind, and place an "X" mark before each one of them as indi cated above. Take this to the voting booth with R H. Cotton, Life Accident Automobile Insurance No. 1054 Leader-News Bldg., Cleveland Ohio. Telephone Main 5959. P. O. Box 222. re liller&Collin Only a Dollar You do not need a large sum of money to open a Savings Account in this strong bank a single dollar is sufficient. It is far better to begin with what you have than to wait until you get a large amount. Your money in the Savings Deposit Bank Company is less apt " to be spent than if you car ried it in your pocket. Begin NOW by pract icing economy you will be ' come indeoendent in later life. We pay 4 per cent in terest, compound. PAIDON RENEW AT ONCE FOR YOUR SENTINEL savings! Don't Miss This Free Gift f ON SAT. OCT.3lst AND CONTINUING ONE WEEK WE ARE GOING TO GIVE FREE A HANDSOME 25c BOX OF DRESDEN LINEN NOTE PAPER WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF A 25c JAR OF A.'D,S PEROXIDE CREAM. BE SURE AND SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. FOR iTME FACE As soon as you remove the lid from a jar of A. D S PEROX IDE COLD CREAM you will see the difference between it and other kinds you have used. As a skin food and tonic it is unexcelled. Goods delivered to our R. F. D. Cus tomers Parcel Post PREPAID W. J, Wall Corner Dm Store Medina, O. Our store is in charge of a regist ered Pharmacist at ALL TIMES QU0R CAUSE UNEMPLOYMENT The United States Department of Commerce and Labor says that 700,000 men are unfit for work every day because of drink; 1,800,000 children of school age are forced to labor because of liquor; 3,000,000 women are compelled to work because of inability of husbands through drink to support them. , Talk about throwing men out of work! There is nothing else does it like BOOZE. Proposed Amendments to 15 the Constitution Yrt ARTICLE XV. SECTION 9a IrH i ' Home Rule on Ure Subc -of 1 W Intoxicating Liquors. AN 5 Yes ARTICLE XII. SECTIONS 1 AND 2 ; Limitation of the Tax Rate and for the 1 -' Classification of Property for 5 Purposes of Taxation. 2 No - 2 Yes ARTICLE V. SECTION 1 is To Extend thc -SuffraKC to Women. lH No a . ll Y Yes ARTICLE XV. SECTION 9 SEE Prohibition of the Salt. Manufacture for. " Sale and Importation for Sale of lntox- !iE V' . tatmg Liquor as a Beverage. 5 No . . 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