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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1914.
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
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nle'snairhot perish from the-'earth. eminent at "Washington still lives." on the wall, carpets on the floor and
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I believe in protection and reciprocity.
UNC1bELIEVEd IN THE EQUALITY OF MKINjI AND EQIJAL RIGHTS FOR THE ENTIRE RACE
,GARFJELD BELteVED IN OUR CONSTITtfTltON, OUR iNSTlJrtiTlONS AND OUR LAWS t.KJ :
McKINLEYy BELIEVED IN PROTECTION TO 'HOME INDUSTRIES AND RECIPROCITY
ALL kEPTTHE FAITH IN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY , . 'i&&M$M::
KEEP THE FAITH
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FREMONT O. PHILLIPS
For Representative to General Assembly
F. 0. Phillips by reason of his legal training and
experience feels that he is well qualified to perform
the duties of Representative to the General Assem
bly if elected thereto on Nov. 3d. He is a Repub
lican by birth and by choicefbelieving that the party
of protection to American industries has in the past
and will in the future restore confidence and re-"
newed prosperity, to, the American people. He be
. lieves in efficient and economic administration of
public affairs and in such legislation as will bring
the greatest good to the greatest number. Your
vote and your influence is respectively solicited.
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R. M. ALBERT
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
R. M. Albert is a candidate for County Commis
sioner. He lives in Harrisville township, where he
is engaged in farming. He is we'l qualified for the
office that he seeks, and therefore solicits the sup
port of the voters of Medina County, Ohio,
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FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Frank Heath has been in the active practice of law
in Medina County for over thirty years, and has
never held any office except that of Prosecuting At
torney for one year by appointment His wide ex
perience and good judgment would make him a safe
advisor for the various county and township offices,
and prevent useless expenditures for the tax pay
ers to meet On account of his experience and su
perior qualifications he should be elected.
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M.D. FRETZ
FOR COUNTY RECORDER
Was born in Montville Township, May 27, 1862,
and have lived there ever since. Received my""
education from a district school and from the High
School of Medina. At the age of 21 1 purchased an
interest in my uncle's saw mil and in 1886 I gought
the farm where 1 now live. 1 continued in the saw
mill and lumber business in connection with the
farm for twelve years, when I sold the mill, and
since then have been farming.
Have held the office of Township Trustee for
nine years, also that of County Commissioner for
four years and desire to say to the voters of Me
dina county that if I am elected County Recorder,
I would do this work for the people with the same
energy that I have done my work in life.
..SAMUEL W.SHAW
Republican candidate for Clerk of Courts, Medina
Connty, State of Ohio. ,
.; ,Was born in Lorain County, Ohio. He received
bis education in the public schools of that county.
He has been a resident of Spencer, Ohio, for the last
K 24 years. He has served the people of said township
, . for four consecutive terms as Justice of Peace. At
y present he is the popular proprietor of the Hotel
''Spencer.
In all his public experience his services have been
most satisfactory, and if elected will render most
' : efficient service to the county.
Vote for Shaw, and make no mistake.
WILLIAM F. PETERS
Wiliam F. Peters, present county surveyor is . a
resident of Wadsworth. He was city engineer of
the Villiage of Wadsworth for three years and con
sulting engineer of Rittman and Leroy. Previous
to this time he was Assistant City Engineer of Eyr
ia, Ohio, and deputy county surveyor of Lorain coun
ty. For two years past he has been in charge of
roads built by state aid ."n Medina county. As sur
veyor of Medina County Mr. Peter first term shows
careful, painstaking and economical work. , His
slogan "One Good Term Deserves Another" is well
put, and the voters should Bee that Mr. Peters is re
elected to the office.
ROBERT E. LANCE, Candidate for County Auditor.
Was born in Norton Township, SummitCo.; when
four years of age he moved with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Lance to Lafayette Township, Me
dina Co. He was educated in the township schools,
Chatham academy, Medina schools and Wooster Un
iversity. He began teaching when 19 years old and
has taught 21 years in Lafayette Township, Chip
pewa Lake and for the last 9 years in LeRoy village.
He now lives on a farm in York township, near Me
dina. He seeks this office for 'the education it affords
and the remuneration it pays. He has always been
a Republican but has never failed to vote ior a can
; didate on another ticket when he thought him the
most capable for the office. He is no politician but
believes he is qualified and able to discharge the du
ties of County Auditor with credit to the county.
His name will be found on the Republican ticket. .
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JUDSON N. STONE FOR STATE SENATOR
Judson N. Stone, a life-long resident of Oberiin,
is the Republican candidate for senator in this dis
trict. Mr. Stone served as postmaster of Oberiin for
two terms with marked ability. As president of the
Oberiin Chamber of Commerce he has been active in
the interests of Oberlm. His business record has
been characterized by strict integrity and commend
able industry. His election would mean that the dis
trict would be represented by a man of sound com
mon sense, clear vision and a sincere desire to be
of service to the state.
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v SAMUEL ANDREWS FOR SHERIFF
In the coming contest for Sheriff , of , Medina
county the voters of Wadsworth will have an oppor-
tunity to show their appreciation of a fellow citizen
who haa actively devoted many years of his life to
wards the betterment of this community.
Samuel Andrews, who is the Republican candidate
- for this position, is widely. known throughout the
county, and his clean, honorable record in every offl
j cial position held, entitles him to the loyal support
of every citiien of the county.
Mr. Andrews was born in Medina, where, during
the earlier years of his residence he was actively
engaged in the occupation of carriage blacksmith.
' He was never ashamed of honest toil and at the
1 same time gave his earnest efforts for the advancer
ment of party and personal friends, thereby becom
ing a respected and valuable citizen of the county
seat. After a residence of several years at Akron
he caire to Wadsworth where he has been closely
identified with every step in the .town's progress,
and has deservingly' become one of its leading cit
izens." '; .' : t ' -.. ' ' 1
In every official capacity as member of the city
council, postmaster of Wadsworth under President
McKinley, street commissioner, during which time
he superintended the building of the splendid sewer
system and disposal plant, president of the Cham
ber of rCommercff iwhich "position he n ow holds,
inspector of paving, member of the good roads
commission and president of theboard of cemetery
trustees, ne always gave his best efforts, and toek a
Just pride in serving the public to the best of his
ability. He was! a strong factor in securing the
present Northern Ohio electric line into Wadsworth,
and for the proposed North and : South electric
railway he has donemore than any one citizen to
keep the project alive and ultimately secure prac
tical results. , . ,
Mr. Andrews has always been a law abiding
itizen, of strict integrity and good moral charac
ter7, worthy of being trusted in any position he
might seek to fill. With such a record there should
be no question, of the qualifications of Samuel
Andrews for Sheriff of Medina couny.
v E. L. CRUM.
For Coronor. r
HON. S. H. WILLIAMS, Nonminee for congress
On the Republican ticket In the new 14th district,
comprising the counties of Summit, Medina, Port
age and Lorain, was born in Amsterdam, N. Y.,
Nov. 7th, 1870.
. His father served nearly three years in the civil
war, having been wounded during the engagement
at Chesterfield Heights near Richmond, Va.
' Candidate S. H. Williams attended the publk
schools and Williams college. He , took a law pre
paratory course under Woodrow Wilson i at Prince
ton, and afterwards graduated at Washington & Lee
University receiving the degree of Bachelor of Law.
He has served two terms as City Solicitor of Lorain,
and two terms in the General Assembly..
Among the acts upon the statue books of Ohio
which were drafted by Mr. Williams is the law pro
viding a penetentiary offense for carrying concealed
weapons and the law providing for a secret service
officer;
.His worth as a legislator was recognized in hie
selection to the Judiciary t and other important
standing committees as well as by appointment to
special committees of the House.
Mr. Williams has practiced, his profession for 20
years at Lorain, and has the necessary qualifications
'THE GREATEST FORCE EVER DEVISED BY HUMAN INTELLIGENCE FOR THE UPLIFTING OF MANKIND
'THE CANDIDATES ON ALL OF THE COUNTY TICKETS ARE GOOD ABLE FELLOWS, BUT THE POINT IS; WE WANT TO GET BACK TO THE PROSPERITY
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HISTORY SHOWS THAT WHENEVER THE, DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS IN POWER THAT CAPITAL HAS ITS ARM IN A SLING AND THAT LABOR GOES AROUND
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lC0X VIRTUALLY SAYS TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO, THAT THEY EITHER DONT KNOW ENOUGH OR ARE TOO CROOKED TO SELECT THEIR OWN TAX OF-
;THESB4S ONE WAY TO, RESTORE PROSPERITY'S, STRIDE :-yOTE THE REPUBLjCNf,TJCKE,T, 'PYEMBER THIRD.
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tBY;)RDER jOF; THE, , MEDINA; COUTOiTOCUT'COMMJTTEE.
"In the Republican advertisement of last Week, one name was wrong, which should have been; For Clerk of the Common Fleas Court,' Samuel W. Shaw, Spencer, Ohio."
in experience, capability and character to ably rep
resent in congress the 14th district. He is known
to be a man who can safely be depended upon to
honestly and faithful'y represent the best interests
of the people of this district.,
TIinf 1 Q M A TTDT 1?
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER :
To whom it may interest:
I have lived in Medina County 60 years; 40 of
which were devoted to farming and home manufac
turing industries.
. ' If elected the same conservative methods used in
individual affairs will also be used in official business.
' Thomas M. Auble, Wadsworth, O.
Election Nov. 3, 1914.
Candidate for County Commissioner:
Cha8. F. Aver ill- has, resided in Medina, County
since 1877. . He. is a farmer by occupation, and for
a number of years was engaged in the business of
buying wool and livestock., He is eminently qualified
fled for the duties of Countv Commissioner, and it
elected, he will strive to transact the business of the
office to the best interest of the tax payers of the
county. 'v
E. P. COLLINS FOR COUNTY TREASURER
Mr. E. P. Collins is one of themost successful bus
iness men of Lodi, Ohio, having conducted a hard
ware business there for over 25 years, retiring
from the same last spring. ' .
He is now the president of The Exchange Nation-
al Bank of Lodi, a bank with assets of over half a
million dollars.
Being strictly, reliable, he has gained the confi
dence of the people of this vicinity. v
believe would make a first class man for the of2ce
oi iTeasnre ptjtedina bounty.

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