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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3u, 1914. flnnuiAnAJvunnnruiruuiLnjiA jino LOCAL EVENTS mnJuxruuinjinjmrimnnnriJuirifiinjD The, first Bnow of the season fell Monday night Mrs. O. A. Person and her son are afflicted with chicken pox. Thelma Case will entertain the Camp Fire girls Friday evening. Gladys Hyde will entertain at a Hallowe'en party Saturday evening. Mr. Allen Pomeroy's condition was reported Thursday night as being crit ical. Frank B. Willis addressed a meet ing at the court house Thursday after noon. . Mrs. Fred Koons entertained the Ludine club at her home Tuesday ev ening. Jennie R. Smith of Lafayette town ship passed from life on Friday, the 23d. Burial was made at Seville. The Chippewa Camp Fire girls en tertain their boy friends this evening, at thehome of Miss Thelma Case. Miss Marian Branch will give a Hallowe'en dinner Tuesday evening in honor of eight of her girl friends. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society will meet next Wednesday af ternoon at thehome of Mrs. Will Wall. Thanksgiving Circle of King's Daughters held a picnic supper at the home of Mrs. F. M. Branch Wednes day. E. 0. Shetler of Lafayette was ar rested this week on a warrant charg ing him with assault and battery upon his wife. Dr. Geo. Smith is moving his den tist office to the Barnard Block. Gail Abbott will occupy the rooms vacated by Dr. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Conner and fam ily moved this week into the north part f the house occupied by McDowell, the photographer. - There will be a Democratic meet ing at Brunswick Friday night ad dressed by Aldrich B. Underwood and Dana F. Reynolds. The Thanksgiving circle enter tained their husbands at a Halloween party Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Branch. Thursday evening Leo and Reglna Bartunek gave a piano recital at their home, assisted by Miss Lee of Seville About 30 guests were invited. Mrs. M. C. Gage sang at the bur ial service of D. O. Forchner, brother of Mrs. Mahon Hoffman at Spring Grove cemetery on Tuesday of this week. Advertised letters at the Medina postofflce are for: Mrs. Nora Caldwell, H. W. Chapman, C. P. Chambers, Mary Cullen, T. G. Hart, M. Gebhart, Ernest Leeson, Mrs. Betsey Oneii, W. A. Kei ter. W. R. C. will have initiation and inspection at the regular meeting on luesaav, iov. a. au memDers are re quested to be present. G. A. R. will serve dinner for Post and Corps. Each lady bring a pie. The Creston Journal in comment ing on theflsh fry given by the ladies aid society in the village last Friday night, says that "Frank Menegay fried the flah and mere words ' cannot ex press their eleerance. The Western Union Telegraph Co., have run the Northern Ohio wire into their offices in the electric depot. This gives them direct communication with offices on that line; also another out let to Cleveland, via. Akron. D. Oliver Forcher, who committed suicide at his home in Cleveland, Mon day, was a son of Mrs. Levet and a brother of Mrs. Hahlon Foffman of Me dina, whom be visited last Sunday. Burial was made in Spring Grove Cem etery. County Supt. C. E. Jenks addressed a meeting in Homer last night on the question or emciency in tne rural schools'. Mr. Jenks has some original and fine ideas on this subject and they were enthusiastically received at Hom er Thursday night W. A. Mcintosh received word on Wednesday of the death of his sister, Vrs. Kxtherine Rosebro, in Denver. Colo. The former, accompanied by his nephew, Earl Wilson, of Cleveland, left Thursday night for Denver to attend the funeral, which will be held on Sun day. "Monte Christo" at .the Princess Monday night was the first of a series f Monday, Wednesday and Saturday night specials which the management is offering and which should be well patronized. Those films entail great expense and are from the very best dramas on the road.- Two deaths occurred at the county infirmary the past week. Solomon Ben nyhol, of whom excepting his name and age nothing is known, and Archie Sheldon, an idiot . Th former died from cancer of the. stomach, the latter from tuberculosis. J Bentiyhol was In terred in Potter's fleWf, Sheldon at Hinckley. r "V; ?r. . ' Samuel King' and JMm;1Cstep, both charged with nrin-suppjr,t and whose eases were settled last,' week, were taken to the penetentiary by Sheriff Young last Saturday.' On Friday he took Harry Kluge ana Memmer to the Mansfield reformatory- The, latter two had been convicted dfreaking Into freight cars at Wadsworth. The funeral of Maynard Hartel. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hartel of Burbank, was held at the home of his sister, Mrs. Alva Wash burn, on Sunday at 12. The body was brought from Cleveland, where the little fellow had been operated upon for appendicitis, but died of typhoid fever. Owing to the severe illness of his little sister Ruth, who has typhoid fever, the body was not taken to Mr. Hartel's home, but burled in Doyles town, where a service was also held on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hartel and family have the sympathy of their many friends here and also at Mallet Creek, where Mr. Hartel was superintendent of schools for several years. Mrs. Milton Gage sang two so los at the service, which was conducted h ythe paBtor of the M. E. church of Burbank, where Mr. Hartel is teaching at present Wanted 1 rrr A V Men to kelp put the Saloon out of business, before they get your boy or girl or Mine. Thousands of women work every day filling the places men should fill. Let the girls and women care for the home and let themen work. Sup pose it should cost a little more in taxes (which you will find the oppo site) shall we let the Devil and the Saloon have our boys and girls for a few petty cents. Not Me WITII MY VOTE, v Pelton's Grocery and Bakery Halloween Goods Caps, crepe paper, decorating seals, napkins, and post cards. CHANDLER & RUDD'S . FINE CANDIES We received this week a supply of some of this firm's fine pro ducts, to sell weight or package. Try their SCOTCH DELIGHT CHOCOLATE CHERRY ROYALS MILK CHOCOLATE ALMOND CREAMS Wright's Book Store DR. KUTCHIN AT THE American House Friday, November 6. SEE HIM! SEE HIS PATIENTS! THEN IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED DO NOT TAKE TREATMENT He has been visiting your county fof seventeen years ( t I 't r v VI h up DR. KUTCHIN. Ex. U. 8. Surgeon Graduate of two of the leading medical colleges. Studied abroad. Eight years of college and university training. Twenty-five years experience in the treatment of CHBONIO DISEASES OF MEN AMD WOMEN. PRACTICE LIMITED To Chronic affections of the ITOOS, HEAD, NOSE, THEOAT, EAES, BRON CHIAL TUBES, as Catarrh, Consumption (early stages), Bronchitis, Asthma, etc. , STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS, as Indiges tion, Dyspepsia, Billiouineia, Constipation, Diarrhoea. BLOOD, BEAST, SKIN, as Rheumatism, Eczema, Pimples, Blood Poison, Scrofula, Bad Blood, etc. NEEVE, SPINE, BRAIN, as Epilepsy, Fits, Neuralgia, Headache, Sleeplessness, Dizziness, Nervous Exhaustion, Despondency, Loss of Memory, etc. KIDNEYS, BLADDER, PROSTATE, as Diabetes, Bright' s Disease, Inflammation of Kidneys and Bladder, etc. PILES, RECTAL DISEASES and VARI COCELE, treated without nse of knife or de tention from business. NO MATTER WHAT THE DISEASE, IF IT IS CHRONIC, OBSCURE OR DIFFI CULT, TOU ARE INVITED TO CALL OR WRITE REGARDING IT. FREE EYE EXAMINATION Tour sight is too precious to he trifled with. Defective vision is often caused by disease. HOME TREATMENT FOR WOMEN The remarkable success of Dr. Kutchln's Home, Treatment for Women is attested to by hundreds of satisfied patients. It saves many suffering women from dangerous opera tions. Astonishing Results. Many cases pro nonunced hopeless have yielded readily Women suffering! from any disease or weak ness peculiar to their rax are invited to call or write. M F N Dr- Kutchin wants a private, heart-to-heart talk or correspond ence with every man who is weak, nervous, broken down, discouraged, or suffering from any disease caused by ignorance, excesses, contagion, incompetent treatment or neglect. 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. Consultation and Ad vice free. WHY CONSULT DR. KUTCHIN? HE HAS MADE regular visits to this com munity for nearly seventeen years and has established a permanent practice and repu tation. HIS PRACTICE 13 LIMITED to Chronic Diseases, and he has spent practically all his life in the study and treatment of them. HIS SPECIALTY: To devise and furnish at a low cost successful courses of home treatment for those who have no time or money to spend at expensive hospitals and sanitariums. HE IS IN THE PRIME OF LITE and at his very best for good work. HIS PRACTICE CONSISTS mainly of rare 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 he cannot benefit 70a be will sayso. DR. KUTCHIN' S BEST references are his many friends and patients, the result of seventeen years practice in this community. REMEMBER THAT DR. KUTCHIN INVITES searching investigation of his work and methods of treatment. And that he charges ABSO LUTELY NOTHING FOR CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION. Yonr case will re ceive his best attention. Everything confi dential. HIS CHARGES are so fair and reasonable that the poorest working man or woman need not hesitate to apply for treatment. ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO np kiitchin 123 WILSON AVE. COLUMBTTS. & DEAFNESS CANNOT BE . CURED by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by inflamed con dltlon of (he mucous lining of the Eu stachlan Tube. When this tube Is en flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when It is en tirely closed, Deafnsess is the result, and unless the inflamatlon can be tak en out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be des troyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is noth ing but an .inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. ' We will give one hundred dollars for an? case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) that cannot,' be cured 1 by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu lars, free. . . , ' F.' J. CHENEI &-CO., Toledo, & Sold by Druggists, 7 Sc. .,- ,., Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation, fAuiCJ ufii Trade :! OUR big trade is due to the qual ity of our goods and to the fact that we always give good values. , In order to introduce Wyandotte Cleanser and Cleaner to the people of Medina, we are not only going to " ''" make a special price of 8c per can, till Nor. 7, but, if after using half or all of it you are not satisfied, bring back the can to us before Nov. 14, and we will return your money. A FEW REMINDERS NEW CORN MEAL ......3c per lb BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 10c per kg. ; :.f PANCAKE FLOUR ... .10c per pkg. - MAPLE SYRUP .... $1.10 per gal . ; Footeiand Itf artman Telephone 2047 . West Side Square j: am,' :.5 mJm t wl mm CITY RflARKE The Market of Quality . . EVERY COMMUNITY'S HEALTH IS IN DIRECT PRO- PORTION TO THE NEATNESS OF ITS MEAT MARK ET AND THE QUALITY OF THE MEAT SOLD. SPECIAL SATURDAY Prime Native Steer Beef. - Round Steak 18c lb Sirloirt steak ... . . 18c lb Porter House steak (extra nice) ...22c lb EXTRA SPECIAL ON PIG PORK Loin roasts and chops ..il8c-'Ib Pork shoulder (Lean) ' . . ' . , .l6c lb Streaked Side Pork;;........... '. v:16 lb Pork Sausage ..,15c lb ' . , tVearling lambs i'f'-- V Leg Of lamb Lv;.,...: .....;;;;16 lb 1 Shoulder of iamb ., 14c lb Lamb chop . 16c lb Lamb stew i.lOe lb . - ' ' - : . V , CHICKENS Nice 3 to 5 pounnd chickens 20c lb Stewing, chickens ......18c lb OYSTERS FRESH FISH SAUER KRAUT Watch for ham sale next week. Yours for Business, . ss Dr. Minnie K. Fink NEW YORK CITY Will Lecture to Women Only on BEAUTY AND HEALTH AFTER THE REGULAR SHOW Princess Theater SATURDAY MATINEE 2:30 OCT. 31, 1914 JOcts. ADMISSION TO ALL Princess Theater MONDAY NIGHT One of Cur Girls Hazel Dawn EverylNight n FRIDAY Drama- "He Substitutes" 1 2,000 ft. Kim , Comedy- "Love and Bullets" Drama- "Lizzie's Night Out" Saturday "Shorty Turns Judge" ' "2 partg Comedy-"Bill's Job" "Empire Day in the Bahamas"' The Crux of the Clothes Question f f ? ? f f You're the one to' be pleased r- yu know what you "want better than we or the neighbors do; PERSONAL SATISFAC TION is the thing in clothes. Vi , Our stock serges with suggestions for the comfort and good looks that make a man pleased with himself and . pleased with his pui chase. We believe the smart, sensible styling, the staunch hand tailoring, the sturdy wool fabrics of our Michaels-Stern and "Hart Schaffner & Marx models, express just the way you feej about clothes. And the price $10 to $25 is the fruit of our best efforts to spread our reputation as.a big-value store. Til An flip. f Ferriraan S Sons'! -, . x-- - Leading Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers. X : X x X . X X x -. X x X x. x f V t X ' X x X X X x X x T X X ' X X t I t ? ? ? ? 3. poo OF t f of fee Perculatqrs, t Tea and of f ee Pbts HI I rim II E I r J t "We are offering at real bar- X t t t t I goods but m gool condition and' ? gains some odd pieces consisting of tea and coffee pots, coffee per culators also some other smaller pieces. These are not damaged our only object is to make room for new Christmas goods, novy coming in. emerhber This is all copper nickle plated wareand very serviceable, x .; : "The Endless Store witthe'jl Endless iine." OATRiAMS HDW; t c V T STATEMRWT OP THfl OWNKRSinp, MAiNAGEMKNT. CIHCULATIOIV,! 10TC. of The Medina Sentinel, .published weekly at Medina, Ohio, required by the Act. of August 24, 1912. Name of editor, Geo. M. Denton, MedW .,,., .... Publisher, Mary K. Long1, Medina. O. Owners: Mary K. Long:, Medina, O. i Known bondholder!, mortgagee, and other security ' holdera, holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds,' mortgages or other securities: The In ternational Typesetting" Machine-Co., of Brooklyn, N. Y. . i (signed) Ueo. M. Denton, editor.. - Sworn and subscribed to before me this 5 day of October, 1914. GeorR A." Richards, Notary Public, (seal) My commission expires March 18 19U. WANTED AN AGENT , :v. MAN OR WOMAN to take theagency for Modern Wonder Remedies. Ex clunive sale is making our agents in dependent.. Successfully sold by agents for years; we advertise you as our a&ent; we have a' proposition for agents that stands alone,' something new, not an old wornout proposition, rieasant employment either whole or spare time.. The success of our agents lies in our selling plan which Makes sales easy. If you want to get into a good paying business, write us for our agents terms. You have all to gain and nothing to lose. " Addresa PA. 9tf, ' '-Mifls Jesse Pocock1 spoke' on "Prf rnary Work"- at the York township 8, S. convention held; last,, Bungay after. , hoon and evening. JohnBeck had the . music in charge at the afternoon ser vice. In the. evening Mr. ItollW Hart spoke on the "Boys from our S. 8." ana A. I. Root on "How to Teach Temper ance in eur fiuaaay Seheel.'