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v VAtLEYCITY .
F.b, Hoppe spent Monday in Cleve
land on a business trip.
Mr and Mrs. Jerry Pritchard spent
Sunday at the latters' parents,.; Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Gienke.
Mr. .George Mack expects to move
into his new home on W. Main street
this week. , , ,
Mr. Paul Beitt entertained company
from Cleveland Sunday. . '
Mr. Chas. Hoppe has blood poison
ing in his hand. '' ;';: 'w'
Miss Edna Neufeld and Miss Mar
garet Wolfe spent last Saturday and
Sunday with Miss Edna Geisinger at
Lod- . .;,.,'. i ,.
Accidentally a large fire was started
on Hauck's creek last Friday. It was 1
caused by the oil on, the creek which
came from the oil tank belonging to
Bennett & Sons. ; .,.
, Mrs. Cook and son of Seville spent
several days at Henry Bayer's last
'week. : . .
Mrs. Emil is on the sick list.
A son was bdrn to Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Gayer on Nov. .14.
Mr. Aruthur Gienke spent Sunday
at home. : ?vY-T?4
Mr. Herbert Hoppe left Monday ev
ening for Tafi Calif., and will arrive
there on Saturday. He is going to
work for tne'Sfenard Oil Co. His
brother Gorge wW is also there, se
cured the position for him.'
, County ;ScWol Superintendent C. E.
Jenks visited our schools Mpnday.
. Mr. Brown-is going to work for Dr.
A. G, Appleby this winter and also in- THE PROHIBITION STATES
tends Gobbling Irt. one of the doctor's Tbirteetf'sfates now have statutory
small buildings. fc;,,J j or constitutional", prohibition. They
, Mrl 'F. A. Keck was a visitor in our are: Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado,
town Monday.
Mr. Chas. Gest
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"My.Mama's Walta" : 5 Streaburg'
Charlotte Hoppe
' Waltz i Fearis '
Grace Dalamore ; .
"Sing Robin Sing" Spaulding
Gladys Damon- l!
"The First Crocus , Fearis
-oiiM',Kwuae,''-i
Duet, "Flag Day March" , Ferris
Hilda and Oliva-Walters
"Primrose Waltz'! Martin ,
" : Margaret Reutter 1 "'..j
"Gallant Heroes" Sparrow .
' 1'J EMe ' Stoskopf
"Meditation" Morrison
Selin Hoppe
, "Sing Me the Rosary" Klickman
, Howard Grabbenstetter
Duet, "Ivy Leaf" : Miller
Mrs. Lewis PreBcher and Maud Hauck,
March Cornish
' 1 Olivia Walters
Cedar Brook Waltz Perry
Ella Yost
Dreaming " Aguerb
Hilda Walters . ,
"Rainbow Fairy'" Kragman .
Inez Hudson
Old Cathedral Chimes Specky
Beatrice Sailor
"Simple Confession" Thome
: ' : ' Ruth Wilson
"Heroes Return" Kellar
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was seriously in
jured last Friday while shredding
corn. His glove was accidently caught
in the shredder and pulled his hand
in with it, cutting it off at the wrist.
. ' Miss Mary Momosor of Cleveland
and Mr. Carl Schaefer of Belden were
married at St. Martin's church Wed
nesday morning by Rev. Kitter.
A musical recital is to begiven by
the pupils of Miss Appleby Friday
evening, Nov. 27, at the town hall
at 7:30 sun time. Everyone is wel
come. The program is as follows:
Georgia, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi,
North Carolina, North Dakota, Ore
gon!; Tennissee,,, Washington, and
Wesff Virginia. Arizona, Colorado,
Oregon and Washington voted so at
the late election. 5 That part of Okla
homa that was formerly the Indian
Territory is also prohibition. Ten
nessee arrived at prohibition by pass
ing law prohibiting saloons within
nvermiles of a church or a school
house. This left a wet spot on top of
one of the mountains in that state.
An enterprising prohibitionist closed
this .one by building a church within
the statutory limit.
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Six Handed Selection '
Martha Appleby, Beatrice Sailor and Lucile
Grabbenstetter V -. ; 1
"Home Sweet Home" Weber
.', Ella Reutter ; ; ;
Reading Selected
. Miss Rosa Huttinger,
Evening Chimes '.' Marzian
.. ' Mrs. Lewis Prescher
Kimubago . . Snow
y , Ella Kellar
j Purple Pansies, Duet Fearis
, Gladys Martin and Francis Troxell
Valse Petite . Mrs. Virgil
v, Lucile Grabbenstetter
Where Memory Dwells Drunhiller
1 Viola Detailing
t Reverie Brehm
V Vlrene Kellar
Duet, Trot Du Cavab'er Jackson
Martha Appleby and Gladys Martin
Dance , Hoist
Martha Appleby,- Mrs. Prescher and Gladys
Martin
Valse - Durand
Mary Deitrich
Second Waltz . . Godard
: Gladys Martin
Second Mazurka Godard
Martha Appleby
March Hoist
Martha Appleby, Mrs. Prescher and Gladys
Martin : : '
lIKE REGULAR ARMY
Corn 8peclal Party Will Be Divided
X Into Regiment.' '
' Each succeeding year sees the
Buckeye Corn Special party grow In
size, until the present year it has
attained the proportions of a small
army. In 1912 only 372 persons avail
ed (themselves of the opportunity to
visit the national capital; in 1913, the
number Increased to 932. and' this
year it will reach fully 1,500. The
party will be handled like an army,
each train load being designated as
a regiment, and each car load a com
pany. The colonels and captains will
be some of Ohio's best citizens.
( Adults to Travel Separate.
One or more cars of each train will
be reserved . exclusively for adults,
v; SPENCER
The Spencer teachers attended the
institute in Leroy last Saturday.
Mazie and Cleva Clinker entertain
ed about thirty-five, young people . on
last Friday evening. T " ' ; ;
The Spencer grades gave an enter
tainment last Saturday evening - at
the town hall. It was pronounced 'a
day morning in the M. E. church.
, Spencer enjoyed a very rare treat
Monday evening when they were en
tertained by the Carolina Jubilee
success by everyone and shows faith
ful and hard work on-the part of the j
pupils as well as the teachers.
Edna Wenger of Wooster college
snent the week-end with Elsie Fuller.
Mrs. R. Freeman held a farewell 'Singers. This was the second number
party 'Monday afternoon for Mrs. ' on the H. S. lecture course. The next
Cunliffe and Esther, who will leave ; number, a lecture by Frank Hartman,
for Wooster this week. . will be held Saturday evening, Dec.
: Communion services were held Sun- '.6V
RATES OF TAXATION
In nursuanc of law, I, R. J. Hy de, Treasurer of Medina County. Ohio, hereby give notice that the number
of mills levied on each dollar of property listed for taxation within said county for the tax year 1914 is as follows:
FOR STATE PURPOSES: Bin mng a una, .uuzo m.; u. s. u., .vsm m.
v 4 STATE COMMON - SCHOOL FUND .055 m.-- r :
STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT FUND, .J ta.
-a TOT AT. STATE LEVY. .45 m.
FOR COUNTY PURPOSES: General, .844 m.; Poor; .047 m.; Bridge. .797 . n,; Indigent -Soldiers, .07 , .t Blind
Relief .047 m.: Pike Repair, .293 m.; juaiciai, .07.; uotners tension, .ues m.; ast. society. m.
TOTAL COUNTY LEVY, 2.25 m.
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MRS. JOSEPHINE L. NESBITT,
Colonel-Matron Buckeye. Corn Special
, Tour.
who may prefer to travel separate
from the boys and girls of the party.
It is estimated that there will be 500
adults in the party.
; v.. Girls to Be Chaperoned.
Certain cars of each train will be
reserved for the girls ' of the party
Likewise exclusive hotel accommoda
tion has been provided. Each com
pany of girls will be chaperoned by a
competent matron. However, ample
opportunity, for acquaintance and so
ciability between girls and boys will
be afforded , while on . boat trips, at
banquets, at theaters, etc.
Physician On Each Train.
A physician will accompany each
train. However, the physicians who
accompanied last year's party report
ed upon the completion of the tour
that they had nothing to do on the
tour except to give a little good ad
vice against over-eating and against
wearing new shoes on a sight-seeing
1. Each person charged with taxes for the year 1914 on the tax duplicate of Medina County is required by
law to pay one-half of said tax on or b efore the 20th day of December, 1914, and the remaining half on or before
the 20th day of June following, but may at his option pay the full amount of such taxes on or before the 20th day
taxes
property
This will be a help
avoid
1914, and the
to us and avoid
pro-
IUOI, Ull, " . . 1 J 1L. A
o Dt t nn which a.nv nortion or tne taxes ror iia remainu uuiwiu mm m suiu uu mo mtuuu
0. vw'"'v " v r . . m JJ Ju 1 A. 1 11 .
j-,. i. f.ir.,Urv 1 fll R. iinlnnn the taxes are oald Derore mat aaie ror sucn unpaiu puriiuim, anu uie enure
unpaid for 1913. Taxes delinquent from last June should be paid on or before December 20th, to
being advertise "ac'ar a on the County Treasurer's books In the name of owner on Feb. 1st,
dunllcate delivered to the Treasurer in the fall remains unchanged for one year,
Bring or send your last tax receipts or complete list or your property
errors. . WI.iHn for statement or remitting for taxes, stamped envelope should accompany request an'd
perty must be clearly designated as to ownership, location and township. , ,
SPECIAL NOTICE! . ? m.. ... . - ; ,
' Tax nayers are also notified that the treasurer will not be held responsible for any money deposited with out
- side parties for. payment of taxes until placed in the hands of the treasurer when his receipts will be given for the
when vou nay your taxes, be sure you pay on all your property, as this Is your business and not the business
m. 1.. in.iniMi V ' I . . .in f ".V)r. "'
The ischool levy
. luillnir the attached te
Includes additional
Office hours
i to i w.tf
evy given opposite each township applies to all the property of the township school district in
1 territory, of other civil townships. : :
Itlonal levy authorised by YOte of the'people. ' v, . j,- ) " . - - , '
J:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. Sundaya and Holidays Excepted Baturdays cloiejit noon.
i ... j 1 ' R Tt HYDB) '
MALLET CREEK
Thanksgiving
Day
Will mean more to you if
your home is made comfort
able with a coal fire.
your
tfders
iuledina
to
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Phone 1171
FT
l To Borrow Money
The Man Who Wants
and the man who wants a safe place to keep bis mon
ey, a place where he can leave it with the certainty of
getting all or any part of it at any time, are both ap
preciated patrons at this bank.
We do a general commercial banking business we
co-operate With and assist our customers in the up
building of their business.
We are constantly gaining new patrons and shall he
pleased to number you among them.
Traimrers OlBee. Mediae, Ohio, Oet I, 114.
TRBAIUBSn Of MEDINA COVIfTT,
Union Thanksgiving services will
be held in the M. P. church on Thurs
day morning at 10 o'clock. The ser
mon will be preached by Rev. Town
of the Congregational church.
The choirs of the two churches are
planning to unite in giving a cantata
Christmas eve.
Mrs. J. Barlow is visiting her sister-
in-law, Mrs. R. J. Anik.
Mrs. Anna Huston and daughter
violet will spend Thanksgiving in Co
shocton.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Seeley and little
daughter, who have been spending a
few weeks in Tennessee, . returned
home last Thursday evening. (
Mr. Will uohiey is busy receiving
the congratulations of friends. Last
Saturday evening at Newport, R. I.,
he was united in marriage to Miss
Elsie Nickelson; Rev. Stanley C.
Hughes performed the ceremony. The
young people have the sincere good
wishes of hosts of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby of Fredericks'
burg were Sunday guests at the home
of their son, Mr. William Crosby.
. Clayton Mellert, who has been ill
with scarlet fever for several weeks
past, is now able to be about - the
house, almost as well as usual. ; ,
;" Mr,. Fred Bohley was one . of the
soloists in the initial vesper service
at theMethodist cljurclj of Medina
last, Sunday irnoon. ', '(''i (
The "Iigh! school at the " center has
recently organized a literary society
and everyone in the High school be
longs. ,
4 Per Cent Allowed on Sarins Aceotsls.
NATIONAL
MEDINA, OHIO.
OLD PHOENIX
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BANK
s
Thankful
Verv
Thankful
To God for all His divine favors, and
to you for your patronage thus far.
this year. Thankful INDEED.
1 i 1 ;
In our grocery department we are
ofiering the best goods wecan get for
the money and in our Bakery we are
making the BEST BREAD, CAKES,
COOKIES, PIES, ROLLS etc that
our baker can turn out.
3 Big 10c Loaves of Bread . . . .25c
Friday and Saturday Double stamps
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on alt cash " purchases.
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Pelton's Grocery
and Bakery
Art Calendars
For 1915
Out Holiday Eae ef t these popular
gifts is c ipfete aad ready for your
inspectioa, and after ys look, it over
we believe yea wCXsgree with us that
yon have aever seea a 'fner variety
outside ef the larger city stores, if
indeed yea have seel setter.
While war stack is very large, early
hopping will iasore a complete stock
to select frost, which win not be the
case later.
We abs have calendar pads for
Baling calendars at heme.
cnsisniAs post cards
and
E0C5LETS
The J. Bayssnad Hewe Use for thia
year is here far scar customers, with
its distinctive, artistic aatieR. Other
lines wi3 be hare ses if not by the
time yon read these Kites. ' . .
viificrs HCvia
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