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, MEDINA SENTINEL, THURSDAY, NOV. 26, 1914.
' ARftirniWESTESN SYSTEM ; ' v 1tlv fUnUmW 10.1914 " Eastern Standard Time. , Local carjHe&Tft Medina f or Berea, Kamcts and Cleveland, 6:22, 7;1$, 8:13, 10:11 a. n. 12:11, 2:ll,h Mill, 6:11, 8;11, ;p:ll, J.l:58 m. AC , Limited trains leave Medina for tJleVe land at 7:57, 8:41, 10:13, 10:41 a. m.. 2:00, 4:12, 4:41. 6:41 p. m. Local cars leave Cleveland for Medi na at 7:20, 9:20, 11:20 a.m., 1:20, 3:20, 5:20, 7:20, 9i20, 11:20 p. k. ' Local car leaves Lorain St. Depot for Medina only, at 6.05 a. m. Limited trains leave Cleveland for Me dina at 6.08, 7.48, 9.48, 10.4$, 11:48 a. m., 2.48, 3.48, 6.48, 6.48 p. ta. ' s 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 ann., 1:09, 3:09, 5:09, 7:09, 9:09 p. m. Galion only .11:01 p. m. Seville 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 m. For Seville, Lodi, WestSalem, Ashland, Mansfield, Crestline, Galion, and Bucyrus at 9:15 k m. 12:15, 4:15 p. m., Galion only, 8:15 p. ra. Be & Clerelani Southwestern Columbus Ry Co. : s! Jai. Newton, Afent, f hone 1167 I PERSONALS j auunnnnjiJinjTnjTJinjutnnnjuvififD Mr. Gene Thomas spent Sunday in Oberlin. E. E. Holmes was over from Lodi on Monday. : ,,: :- ' Sunt W. C. Rhode of Brunswick was in town Friday. ' ' ' - Mr. and Mrs. Claude Overholt were inElyria last Sunday. W. L. Warner of Wadswortn was a Medina visitor Friday. ' ' Mrs. DeWolf of Akron is visiting her niece, Miss Fanny Clark. F. M. Branch and family are at W; A. Rounds in Cleveland today. Mr. and MrsWalter Bibbms are visiting relatives in Lodi today. Mrs. Mary Fritsch of Illinois is vis iting her son, Rev. H. S. Fritsch. Dr. J. B. Webber and family are spending the day at C. B. Lowe's, - Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Chapin and son Clyde are at J. F. Borger's today, Miss Ora Lacy spent the week-end with her sister Grace in Cleveland. The McDowell families and Mrs. T. A. Rowe are at H. G. Rowe's today. Mr. R. J. Hyde and family; are spending today at Mr. Reuben Hyde's, sr. . f ,. , Victor Gates is spending Thanks giving day with relatives in Middle field, O. Miss Margaret Flagle is with her aunt, Mrs. Mary McCabe of Cleveland today. Carl C. Bailey of Brunswiclc wes recently granted a patent on a recite ent wheel. W. J. Wall and wife are spending Thanksgiving at Orrin Baughman's in Lakewood. R. O. Bowman and wife are with Mr. and Mrs. Wittenberger of Bruns wick today. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tanner are spending the holdiday at Wi'l Ripley's in Chatham. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Edwards eiiuirwiinca u o u ciucn. uuuiei juuu Miss Florence Thatcher spent the week-end with her brother Earl, near Painesville, O. Mrs. M. A. Welton is spending sev eral weeks at the home of her brother in Doylestown. Miss Marie Sellback of Cleveland was a guest of Miss Genevieve Brint- nall on Sunday. ' . Mr. Odell Wilson of Cleveland wil ' spend, Thanksgiving with his sister, Mian THlla Wilson. ,', , Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Unsworn and daughter Clara of Sharon are visiting at C.,y. Manville's. W TP T?rxiTTMan nrtfa mv onn Rai. TV A4 W TV lt T f-V V V nie, are spending the day at R. Bow Mr. Leland Walton' of Columbus is ' spending: several days in Medina vis iting among friends. ' Mr.' John Miller of Columbus is spending, the,, week in Medina visiting .friends and Relatives. Mrs. Nellie Ayjard and son Cecil will be at Will Strong's in Brunswick on. Thanksgiving day. W. V. Newberry and L. D. New berry and families of Creston are. at O. B. -Dealings today. , .Mr. and Mrs. E. McDougall, spent G. Sunday with Judge and Mrs. A. Carpenter in' Cleveland. ' : Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hard of Pitts burg are spending the day with her father, Mr. B. F. Hobart. . Mr., and Mrs. Frank Oviatt and Mr.' John Oviatt of Cleveland spent Sunday with Mrs. Julius Oviatt . Mr. andlMrs. John Oviatt of Cleve land spent rthe week-end at the home of his mother, Mrs. Sarah Oviatt MriK John Dannley returned .Mon day from a short visit with Mr; and Mrs. C. L. Seymour in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Borger visited their daughter Margaret, who is in the German Hospital, on Sunday. -A. B. Oatman and family of Cleve- and and Marcella Fisher of Akron are at S. S. Oatman's for the day. Miss Delia Hartman left Tuesday to spend Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Minerva Krammer at Delaware, O.' W. E. Greisinger and wife and C. J. DeArmitt and wife are spending the day at Hatel Statler in Cleveland. The Misses Mary and Jane House and Mr. and Mrs. Will House are at Mr. John House's over Thanksgiving. Misses Norton and Fullerton of Cleveland and Mrs. Johnson of Cres ton are guests of Jay Sargeant and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clement and family will spend Thanksgiving day at the home of Al. Sprague in Bruns wick.. ':" - Mrs. E. C. Green and family, Mr. and Mr". James Newton and family of Columbus are at F. M. Sedgwick's today. ' Mrs; George Senyard of New York city is spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph An drews. , , Mr. andMrs. B. Pelton and son of Cleveland and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Ryan are spending today at Chester Ryan's. . . . .. " Miss Bessie Batton and Miss Edith Saliday of Thornville, will arrive to day to spend the week-end with Miss Nell Batton. Mr. Charles Adamjr&nd family, Mr. and Mrs. LuncljpfjCleveland and J. H. Adams and wifea"re at the Home of H. W. Adams today. ; W. E. Hemmeter and famijy will the day at Hotel Statler in Cleveland., attending "Ben Hur".at the Opera House in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Porter of Orr- ville, George Woodruff and family and Mat Newton and family are are at C. E. Hoover's to-day. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Koppes and Mr, and Mrs. Clair Carlton of Chippewa Lake attended vesper service in the Methodist church Sunday. Thomas B. Gill spent the week-end visiting friends in Boston, and re turned to spend Thanksgiving with his mother, Mrs. B. C. Gill. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Root and Miss Anna Harrington with D. W.f Fitts and family will spend Thanksgiving day at 6722 Fair Court, Cleveland. The Misses Milie Tubbs, Nell Bat ton, Ada Branch, Bessie Batton and Edith Saloday will go to Cleveland Friday night to attend "Ben Hur." Dr.1 A. P. Nichols, Dr. W. A. Nich ols and Ora Nichols and families and Dr. F. E. Nichols and wife are visit ing at B. E. Watters' in Wellington. E. J. Newton and family of, Cleve land, E. B. Spitzer and F. W. Woods and families and Mrs. Anna Spitzer are enjoying the day at A. T. Spit- zer's. L Mrs. D.-HvRickard and son of Cleveland, who have been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hobart returned to her home Monday. ; .Miss DePHarlnjafiJl spend the day with Mr? and Mrs. Lucius Lyman of Talmadge, O., and from there wil go on to Springfield to visit Mrs. Anna McDowell. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Ewing of Cleveland, Mr. Lee Sargeant of Erie Pa., and Earl Sargeant .of Columbus will" spend the holiday with"' Mrs. W, L. Sargeant. Mrs.. Clara Merchant returned to Appalatchicola, Fla., after an ex tended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Hawk and sons Howard and Lemuel and Miss . Ida Brubaker of Litchfield attended the vesper service at the . Methodist church Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Borger spen Sunday with Miss Margaret at Ger man Hospital and from there went to Lorain where they were guests at a dinner party given by Mrs. Flo Steinhoff. Edgar Tubbs and wife of Cleveland, Harold Tubbs and family, Mr. , and Mrs. Fred Koons, Mr. and Mrs. R. E, Hart, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Branch, Miss Ada Branch and Miss. Nell Batton are. at T). A. Tubbs' todav. Mr. and Mrs.: M. C. Gage and son Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bowman and. daughters Pauline , and Beatrice County Supt Jenks and family are spending Thanksgiving day with the former's parents in Cleveland. ' .' ,; Mrs. Stuart Hamilton left Wednes day for Chicago, where she will spend Thanksgiving with her husband. Mrs. Mary Crocker, who has been visiting with friends for several days returned last night to her home in Ak- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Van Deusen and baby of Cleveland will spend the day with his parents, O. O. Van Deu sen.' " Mrs. Geo. M. Gray and family of ostoria, Mr. Lessie Hasting, and wife and Mr. Paul Collett of Akron, and Miss Elizabeth Smith of Lake- wood will spend Thankseivinjr day with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gray. ' Mr. Will Leach and Mrs. Mattie Sears of Litchfield, on their way, to Wa hington, D. C, and points of in terest en route south, where they ex pect to spend thewinter, called on Mr. and Mrs. John Beck Monday. HERE AND THERE Henry Conquest Clark, for many years a Washington newspaper cor respondent and, as a postal official, one of the originators of the rural delivery service, died at his home in Washington Sunday after a protract ed illness. He was 75 years old. Common , pleas court in Lorain county is stagnant and all legal busi ness pending before it is at a stand still as a result of the contested elec tion of W. B. Thompson, Republican, of Lorain, to be common pleas judge in the balloting two weeks ago. The contest was launched by Judge E. D. Redington, Democrat, who was beaten by Thompson by three votes, accord ing to the official returns. Dr. Quinlan of Saginaw, Mich., is in jail in Massillon awaiting trial on a, charge of telling fortunes without a license. His cards read: . "Hazel, America's greatest Bpirit medium and adviser." ... The tearing down of the office of Gen. Simon Perkins because of the plotting into city lots part of the property of his son, the late Henry B. Perkins, removes one of the oldest buildines in Warren and Trumbull county. - Henry Schernosti, 11 of Akron, wi1! lose the sight of his right eye as a result of playing Indian with a num ber of companions Monday. LODI Mrs., Bert Archer and children were guests of relatives at Wellington la&t. week. 1 ' '' Mr. and Mrs. V.' G. Daniels and daughter Maybelle were Cleveland vis iters last week. , W. S. Sowards has moved the par tition back m his store and expects to add a new line. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fetzer and son and daughter, of Canaan, spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Welty. The Misses Moore and Willis of Mt. Gilead and Mr. McCann of Colum bus were week-end guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. E. Rowland. Sid Motter has purchased the pool room and restaurant business of Roy Geisinger through the Howe Realty Agency and will take possession on Dec". 1. Joseph Knapp of Mallet Creek was a yisitor in town Tuesday. BATH On old-fashioned Thanksgiving ser vice wlil be held at theBath Congrega tional church Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. (Janstant Shaw ex pect to spend Thanksgiving with Mr, and Mrs. Bark in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Whitcraft spent two days last week in Cleve'and pur chasing holiday goods. , Warren Bailer of Buffalo, spent a few days last week with his father and sisters. - ; , ; Twenty of the friends and neigh bors of Archie Black met last week and husked his corn and, stored his fodder.' Arthur Boughton is moving his family to the Luke Wyckoff house at Hammond's Corners. L. E. Young and family will spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Ellen Young of Akron. ADVERTISING IS NEWS We would divert the , attention of our readers to the splendid array of advertising to be found in the col umns of the Sentinel. It is a 1 real privilege for our readers to have such a wide selection, and it establishes and Mr. and Mrs. John Beck will eat the commercial supremacy of this turkey at the home pf their parents, 1 town. , Read them carefully; they Mr., and Mrs. J. D. Beck. " . I help settle 'the annoying problem o: Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Robinson will Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Handy, and the high cost of living, by telling you spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mr" Mr. and Mrs. Loren Miner and daugh- where you. make your money go the Walter Webber In Akron. ter Isodene will spe necessities, Miss Hattie Sm'th and Mrs.' Stan-" day with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Miner Medina is one of the best towns on ley Damon of Litchfield were callers in Brunswick, who celebrate their. the map, and our merchants make it on Mrs. John Beck Monday. : ' 1 25th wedding anniversary. ; , . ( so mbre than any other set of men in T. D. Brown and wife of Akron and Mrs. Jeanette persons and daugh-. it. They have gqods thai) will bear in Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Strong are spend- ;ter Gladys of West Washington street spection, or they, would hot advertise ingthe'day at M. M. Strong's. .'and Miss M. D.' Bowne and Mr. Clay them so fearlessly.. Follow their an- Mrs. Anthony ,. avenue, -Cleveland, nouncementa from week to week and 1 Elli Canavan and J. W Tuttle and will be the guests of O. A.' Persons buy at home. Let's make this" a bet family are at J;W. Canavan's. and family for 'Thanksgiving, ter town. !ALK SAY FELLOWS When you buy WALK-OVER SHOES you get more than just shoes-you get quality, style, correct fitting besides that you get pleasure and satisfaction as long as you wear the shoes: We show here three big sellers we have ten other styles. Price $3.60 $4.00 $4.50 Only at GRIESIPJGERS Big Shoe Store UBiER OOOOS WEEtC A week of exceptional rakes that demonstrate our leadership. Look over these attractive items and take advantage of them. A Dependable Hot Water Bottle Our No. 40 "Wearever" made of one piece of rubber. No seams to leak. Finest maroon rubber, all smooth finish, maximum heating surface, full capacity. No. 40 is our biggest rubber goods value the most for the money offered by anyone. Be sure and see it. It is guaranteed twice by us and by its maker. 2 quart size, $1.75, this week only .$1.50 KEEP YOUR HANDS PRETTY Wear Rubber Gloves A pair of "Wearever" Household Rubber Gloves will protect your hands and keep them clean, smooth, white and pretty. Wear a pair while working about the house. Any size; we fit you correctly; Pair, See the price, 50c, special Improved, Sanitary Natural Nursers The next best thing to natural nursing. Natural-like nipple. Air vent prevents .collapsing. Large mouth, sanitary bottle. Holds jounces. Each complete, .... lf5c Better Nursing Nipples p., ,. .!, "KANTCHOKE" Nipple the choke-proof Jtindi 6all top, short neck. Made on right principle. Reduce collapsing and overcome too rapid, feed ing. Fine rubber, each 5c 39c A Guaranteed Fountain Syringe Our No. 24 "Wearever" sold un der our own and the "Wearever" guarantee of satisfaction. Foun tain is seamless construction no leaks possible. Maroon color and wide mouth. Tubing is full length, extra large. Three rapid flow, screw pipes and a positive-action shut off. A quality outfit that will give long service. Popular 2 quart size, $1.75, this week only ..$1.50 !Cf The Childrens Delight i. VALVE BALLOONS n ....... The patent valve. A twist of thevalve holds Balloons 10c, or FREE with every ' the air in. purchase of Rubber Goods of 25c and over. OR PAINFUL EYES W. J. WALL Corner Drug Store MEDINA, OHIO For frost Bite, SAFETY Is provided in the Safe Deposit Vault of this bank. When your valuable papers, keepsakes, jewel ry, etc., are placed in a box in this vault they are u n qu estionably secure from every danger of loss by fires, theft or accident, and are readily accessible when you want them. We invite you to in spect our Safe Deposit Vault and to rent a Box for the small annual sum of $1.50 sTET ALITY PRI SERVICE We are prepared to fill all ordinary wants in the GRO CERY and BAKERY line, and to give good service and value to our customers. j. We Relieve it is better to give such values and secure ! a steady trade than to overcrowd our store during the ' husy hours of Saturday. When we have Specials and all stores do we will at least give you a day to take advantage of them. Foote and Hartman Telephone 2047 West Side Square It you want clean hands use ' i ... i m I JUST A FEW BUGGIES LEFT f t T T f f We must have the room. We . will sell them at a very close tifcure. All goods guar anteed. Come in and see them. 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