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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6,1914
'if ! SOUTHWESTERN SYSTEM V Effective September 10, 1914 Eastern Standard Time. Local cars leave Medina for Berea, , Kamms and CleyelanaV 6:2$, 7:16, 8:13, 10:11 a. ra.,;12lV,?:ilV 4:11, 6:11, 8:11, 10:11, 11:58 p. hi. , 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 7:520, :20, 11:20 a. m., 1:20, 3:20, 6:20, 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. ra., 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, .Galion and Bucyrus at 7:26, 9:09, 11.09 a. m,, 1:09, 3:09, 6:09, 7:09, 9:09 p. m. Galion only 11:01 p. in. Sevillo only, 12:57 a. m. : Limited trains leave ' Medina for Se ville, Creston and Wooster at 11:15 a. m., 1:15, 5:15, 7:15 p. in. For Seville; Lodi,' WestSalem, Ashland, - Mansfield, Crestline,' GaliOn, and Bucyrus at 9:15 a. m.r 12:15, 4:15 p. mi, Galion only, 8:15 p. m. The Cleyeland, Southwestern & Columbus Ry.Xo. Jss. Newton. AieaL : f hone 1167 cum uuinxuTjmuorviJiJihjLrinruiJi u l. J PERSONALS J ainijinxinnjimruinjinjiarixinju uuu Mrs. R. R. Strong is visiting rela tives in Buffalo. A. J. Miller of .Cleveland .was a Medina visitor Tuesday. . N. M. Wells, Sr., of Creston, was in town the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Whipple were Sunday visitors in Sharon. Mrs. Edith Croft of Wheeling is visiting Miss Delia Hartman. Mrs. T. D. Brown of Akron visited relatives in Medina last week. Frank Burnham arrived home Sat- urday from a visit in Minnesota. Miss Bertha Brown visited her par ents in Loudenville the past week. Mrs. Wm. Kinch of Beebetown vis ited friends in Medina last Friday. Mrs. Lydia Rice of Sullivan has i v. .n cfA. UCeil ViSlung ucr uiuac, uwnc iiiuk. Mrs. Floyd Nichols entertained a club of young ladies on Monday even ing. Miss Hazel Letterly spent last week in Akron and Everett visiting relat ives. ' ' ' , Miss Ada Branch Epent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Cleve land 'r: Mr. Burwick visited her. sister, Mrs. R. Charlton in Richfield week. last tfiKTMie Clark of Bav Citv. " Mich., has been visitins hi brother, C. O. Clark. A shadow box social will be held at Miss Rena Webber visited her br- the school house Thursday night. Ev ther Walter in Akron the latter part erybedy go and take a box or buy a of the week. . Mrs. Florence Steinhoff of Lorain attended the funeral of her niece. Mrs. Kem MnnHftv. . . Mr. J. W. Seymour was the guest of Mr. Jos. Stebel and family in Vai- ley City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Root left Wed nesday for their winter home at Bradentown, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Andy . Ryan spent Sunday with .their daughter, Mrs. B. Pelton in Cleveland. Miss Helen Clark of Worsted, Conn, has been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. C. E. Clark. Miss Abbie Blakeslee began her du ties as clerk in M. T. Wright's book store. Monday morning. Mrs. Roscoe' Ewing of Cleveland will spend the week-end with her mother," Mrs. W. L. Sargeant Mr. and Mrs. Will Curtiss and fam ily leave this week for Florida, where they intend to spend the winter. Harold Harter of .West Virginia is visiting his brother and sister, Paul Hartel and Mrs. Alva Washburn. Mr. and Mrs. Will Curtiss and fam ily left Friday for Mt. Dora, Fla., where they will spend the winter. Wayne Hunter and Mabel Rothack er of Montville spent Sunday at the home of their cousin, John Beck. Mrs. Melinda -Welton . leaves' this week for a short visit in Doylestown. Later she will visit her son in Buffalo, Joseph Pomeroy of Dayton arrived Tuesday evening to attend the fun- eral of his grandfather, Mr. Allen Pomeroy. ' Mr. Fullerton of Lodi and Misses Margaret Fullerton and Inez Norton of Cleveland, were here attending the Pomeroy funeral. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Wise returned from Barberton Friday, where they had bi en attending the funeral of his mother, Mrs. J. M. Wise. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Canavan spent the week-end in Akron, guests of Drv and Mrs.,W. D. Wise. Mr. Canavan had his tonsils removed while there and is recovering slowly. . Miss Nell Batton returned Monday night from a visit at aer Home i in Thornv'lle, O., accompanied by Mrs. Edirund, rho will.spmd the winter . V. - -PROBATE COURT t .' Inventory .filed in estate of Sarah A. Buchanan. Cv .f " Order of private sale of personal property .granted iii estate of Sarah A. Buclunan. ' .. R. C. Geiger appointed administra tor of estate of Jennie R. Smith. Bond $1500.-, yvi-tyy. Information filed charging E. O. Shetler with s'ssult Warrant issued to arrest. First . and final account filed in guardianship of Sarah Waters. Hearing on will 6f Judson M. Wait continued to Oct. 30. .Will of Judson M. Wait admitted to probate. Citation issued to widow to makcher election. Julia E. Logan appointed executrix of the will of Geo. K. Logan. In thecase of the State of Ohio vs. E. 0. Shetler charged with assault arid battery, the defendant pleads guilty and was sentenced to pay; a fine of $5 and costs and td be impris oned in jail for seven days. 1 Statement in lieu of account filed in estate of Edwin Farr. ' First parital account filed in guard ianship of Mary Ciirrin. Commission returned enclosing the deposition of 'O. G. Davis, a subscrib ing witness to the will of Abncr B. Bishop. Hearing , had and will ' ad mitted to probate. Hudson D. Bishop and Geo.. E, Bishop appointed admin istrators with the will annexed. Bond $2500. Second and final account filed in es tate of John Marsh. '"' MARRIAGE LICENSES Leland S, McKee of Cleveland and Hazel M. Kinch of Medina. Geo. M. Guy of Wadsworth and Rebecca J. Noede of Montville. John L. Milkey of Harrisville and Bertha L. Bauer of Valley City. MSEBETOWN Thirty-six of the young people sur prised Flossie Irvine on her 12th birthday Saturday evening, Oct. 31. she received many pretty gifts and everybody had a very enjoyable time. Edythe Baldwin of Berea spent the week-end with Beulah Todd. Mrs. Hoyt is visiting relatives in Cleveland. Mrs. Florence Killian and daugb ter Mildred ! spending some time in Royalton and Hinckley vis' ting her friends. . Seven automobile loads of people from the city ate dinner at Jacob Hawk's Sunday. Mrs. B.' M. Lockwood entertained her brother, Milo Bennett and family frc-m York Sunday. ''.".'" i Mrs. Wm. Kinch visited relatives m Medina last Friday. Eugene Hughes is making an ex tended visit at the home of his broth- er' Edward Hughes. snaaow. Misa Kate. Schnell has been quite Mrs. Anna Kinch has returned to her home in Granger, SCHOOL NOTES The work on' the new Lodi schoo! building is progressing steadily, if slowly, and plans are being made to occupy it January 4. This building provides six new grade rooms besides the rooms for the high school and rooms in the basement for Manua! Training and Domestic Science. Aside from thenew quarters it gives for the grades the building will be a boon for it makes the old high , school room available for a gymnasium and basket ball floor. In anticipation of this an out door court has been made oh the school grounds so as to make possible some practice in basket ball before the new building is ready. This court will also be used for tennis, vollev- ball etc work ta making the court has been done entirely by the boys n theschool. The Franklin Literary Society of Lodi High school has been divided this year into three groups. These groups take turns in giving the literary pro grams jat the semi-monthly meetings Each group is under the charge of one of thd high school teacjiers and these groups have been taken as a basis for a series of social events. The J first of these social occasions took place w the . basement of , the new school building on Saturday evening when the Thjrd Division entertained the; other two divisions at a Hallo ween party.'',". v ;'. " At Homer, Oct 17, Prof. D. W. Galeshouse of . Wooster Experiment Station will give a days instruction in corn-judging to the pupils and pa trons,. of Homer BchoolB. ' .. .. v. s. Harrisville pistrict No. 8, will give an old iashioned spelling bee. at the school house, Oct. IT. A box social follow. ;An are lnviteL ;. , t T I '-Mx,. Arthur 0qure spei(t aeveral Ufu tbe past week with Vella and Mina Fine Program By Home Talent The program given by home talent at the Methodist church last night for the benefit of the Christian church people whose edifice was visited by fire last Friday night, was an except ionally fine one and we herewith re produce it: Selection -"After Vespers" Orchestra Baritone solo "A Dream" F. Bohley Duet "Minuet" (Beethoven) Miss Sipher, violin ' Fred Adams, 'cello iano solo "II Trovatore" Miss Meta Dell Green Readings--"Tliankgiving" and "The Village Sewing Society" , . Miss Helen Clark Vocal solo "Adore and be Still" 1 Miss Leach Violin obligato by Ralph Harrington Selection "Gavotte" Orchestra Vocal solo "Goodbye" Miss Brintnall rio "Walther's Prize Song . (Wagner) Miss Sipher, violin; Mrs. Randall, piano, Mr. Beck, organ Reading (Selected) Miss Tebbit Vocal solo Berceuse from "Jocelyn" Mrs. R. M. Long Violin obligato by Miss Sipher Offertory "A Perfect Day" Alfred Dannley, clarinet: Rollin Hartman, cornet Selection "Melody in F" and "Spring Song" Orchestra ouncil Lets Big Contract At noon last .Saturday the contract for the extension of water pipes on N. Huntington, Union, Mill and South Broadway streets was awarded by the village council to Koy Oatman, his be ing the lowest out of six bids. The ontract exacts that Mr. Oatman take care of all the excavating, filling, fur nishing of material and to keep the work in repair for six months. He was given 20 days from Monday of this week in which to begin the work and 50 days thereafter in which to complete it. The extension is for the purpose of affording greater protection against fire and to supply water for private use to those property owners on the above named streets who erstwhile have been without the privilege and who have been seeking it from council for a long time. The work of the new extension will comprise several new fire plugs and hydrants. WADSWORTH HIGH DEFEATS KENT With, two of its best men out of the ineup, Wadsworth High school fought its way to a victory over Kent High at Wadsworth Saturday ofter- noon. The final score was 20 to 3. Kent started out strong in the first quarter and made repeated gains through the line. Wadsworth proved equally good on line plays, and soon. carried the ball up to the 10-yard line. Here it was lost on an inter cepted forward pass over the goal line. Wadsworth's other scoring in the first half came on a trick play, Cul berson carrying the ball over for a I touchdown. Kent's three points were made on a field goal from the 15-yard line. COPLEY PIONEER DEAD Lester Squires, a well-konWn and aged resident of Copley, died at his home last Sunday night from heart trouble. He was 68 years, U months and 14 days old. The deceased had resided in Copley many years and was respected by all. Funeral service was held Thursday forenoon at 10 o'clock, Rev. Eyster of the Copley church officiating. Bur ial was made in Copley. W.H. SIPHER Grocer ONION SALE We offer the very best YELLOW GLOBE DANVERS ONIONS for one week at 20c a peck, 35c a half bushel, 70c a bushel These onions are not the refuse on ions that are sold early in the season to save loss to the grower. But they are firm, solid ONIONS, selected for winter use, and will carry through the winter if. properly stored. BUY YOUR ONIONS THIS WEEK ' We . offer .NEW CALIFORNIA WALNUTS for one' week at 20c pound bargain; ' - Buy our GOOD -CODFISH, bo satisfied and so will we. you'll See Our Mens Felt Boots At $2.25 See Our Mens' Rubber Boots At $2.90 WE DO FINE REPAIRING We specialize in just those PALLOR lb Absolute Assuraoo of safety is the right oi' every Bank Depositor. We direct the attention of the public to the f" that the management this institution in the hands of directors and officers whose integrety and wide banking experience assure the utmost safety in every detail of the bank's affairs. t , s PA1DON VlsaiM- . : (Tfi and fetch (VVJ yhrrm 3 AWT THAT iu? f. f) CAN AFFORD A WASHlMC DOnt have to -v. 'V W MACHINE ANT) CiAiOLlNE N MOVE TO OPEN . I Q.UtOVE . J N E ... . . GREESINGERS Big Shoe Store We Are Ready To take care of you for Fall Our store is packed with shoes for Men, Women and Children. We buy none but the best shoes. We stand back of every Shoe we sell. GRIESINGERS articles that make lite on the farm COLLIE OUR LEADERS DELMAR LINEN This fabric linen is a great value, a liberal box for 50c. CRANES STATIONARY. One of the best and needs no introduction. Price per box 50c or 75c. HIGHLAND LINEN an extra fine quality of linen paper, An unusual value at the price . 35c. N DRESDEN LINEN A fine pattern at the popular price 25 c. INITIAL TABLETS. Regular 15c line. Special price 10c. SATURDAY SPECIAL One pound boxes of note paper 35c value Saturday 25c. Goods delivered to our R. F. Ej. Cus tomers Parcel Post PREPAID f . J. fall Corner Drne Store Medina, O. Women Only Free Pictures and Free Lecture AT PRINCESS THEATER Saturday, Nov. 7, at 3 o'clock, eastern Dr, Minnie K. Fink of New York City will talk on Beauty and Health. All women will hear something to their ad vantage. Does this interest you? COME. : See Our ' Womens Shoes At $2.00 Ten Styles Boys' High Top School Shoes $2 to $3 See our Womens' Rubbers At 37c and in the farm home easy. eel in a, Stationary Necessity STYLE, ECONOMY, and QUALITY are the features of our STATIONARY DEPARTMENT. Tb newest styles can alway be obtained. Our store is in charge of a regist ered Pharmacist at ALL TIMES with her ion, Supt W. S. Edmund.,:. Scott In Canaan.