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THE MEDINA SENTINEL,
THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1814.
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Mrs. A. F. Lutz was entertained
with a birthday surprise party Mon
day evening.
Wm. Peters, and Wm. Bowman
were guests of Wm. McEugu at an
oyster supper in Brunswick last Fri
day. Advertised letters at the Medina
postoffice are for: Mrs. M. F. Camp
bell, H. J. Miller (2), Mrs. George
Kickkert.
The Rebekah Embroidery club
were entertained last Friday even
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Seymour.
The Christian Endeavor of the
Congregational church gave a Thanks
giving reception at the church dining
room last evening.
Married, at the Congregational
parsonage, Monday, Nov. 23, Mr.
Homer Jones of Ashland and Miss
Mae Bender of Wadsworth.
Miss Marcella Fisher, who is at
tending business college in Akron,
ranked first in the speed contest and
has been elected teacher in the night
school.
The Medina W. C. T. U. will
meet at the home of Mrs. Dr. H. S.
Orr, Friday, Dec. 4, at 2:30 o'clock,
eastern time. All members cordially
invited.
Mrs. Mat Newton and Mrs. C. E.
Hoover entertained their class of the
Ladies' Benevolent society of the Mi
E. church Friday afternoon, 85 being
present
S. W. Hoff and wife, Frank Phil
lips and A. 0. Schafer attended the
banquet given by the Wayne County
rural carriers at Wooster Saturday
evening.
Don't forget the dance to be giv
en to-night in the I. 0. 0. F. hall. The
athletic association of the Medina
high school is giving the dance and
the proceeds are to be devoted to ath
letics.
Union Thanksgiving services will
be held this evening at 7:30 in the M,
. church. Key. MacDonald, who is
conducting the services at the Dis
ciple church, being the preacher of
the evening.
St Paul's men's club held its reg
ular business and social session at
the home of Mr. Charles Griesinger
on Monday evening. There was a
fair attendance and all enjoyed a very
pleasant evening.
Norman John Dyer, 12-day-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dyer of the
State road, York township, died Tues
day. Funeral will be held Thursday
at 1 o'clock, Rev. Roth of Valley'City
officiating. Burial at Reutter ceme
tery. ,
The Princess theater manage
ment have engaged Miss Elizabeth
Smith, a former Medina girl, to give
a vaudeville act at the theater to
night. Miss Smith is experienced in
this line of work and her presence
here will doubtless attract a large
audience. ,
Mr. Fred Taylor, in entering up
on bis duties as postmaster of Seville,
has retained Miss Hallie Bell as his
assistant Miss Bell, who has been
connected with the .Seville postoffice
for the past four years, has mad
many friends through her efficiency
-and obliging manners.
Mhs Henry A. Paul announces
the marriage of her daughter, Mary
Louise, to Mr. George Redmond
Mitchell of Cleveland, which took
place on Thursday, Nov. 19, at St
James Episcopal church. Mr. and Mrs.
Mitchell will be at home after Jan.
15, at 5 Roxford Road, East Cleveland.
The only new case entered in the
court this week is the one of Geo. F.
Bell vs. Wm. J. Campbell, doing busi
ness as W. J. Campbell Lumber Co.
Action for . money only. The case
hinges on the alleged failure of defen
dent to carry out an agreement in the
matter of transporting a shippage of
lumber at a specified time.
A very interecting contest is tak
ing place in tht Sunday school of the
Church of Christ The school is di
vided into two parts, each to get new
members. t On the wall of the church
is a large map of the world and on it
are two little ships to represent the
two divisions of the Sunday school,
each bound for Palestine. Every
new member sends the ship .nearer
the Holy Land. One division is 500
miles from New York, while the other
division is still in the harbor. Great
interest among the young people is
being taken.
The following cases were disposed
of the fore part of the week in Com
mon Pleas court by Judge Doyle: E.
A. Benjamin vs. W. C. Sunderland,
action for money, foreclosure and
equitable relief. Judgement was ren
dered for the plaintiff in the sum of
$2950.41. Minnie Raker vs. Julius
Raker,' action for divorce, custody of
children ; and relief, Divorce was
granted as well as custody of chil
dren. Ged. Musch vs. Scott Bennett,
action for money only. Plaintiff, was
granted leave to file . amendment
Judge sDoyle held a short session of
court on Wednesday.
--Medina'; county's .; contribution
toward the fund for the war sufferers
in Belgium are pouring in from all
over the county. Many and large con
tributions are expected to be made to
day and for that reason we are un
able to give the total amount raised,
nor do we feel justified in even ap
proximating the figure. ; It is known
however, that schools and churches
have been responding very generously
and that the various banks of the
county are receiving numerous sub
stantial checks from business men
whose hearts are in the right place.
If you have not given something
toward furthering this righteous
movement, today is a most fitting oc
casion for doing so. While we are
enjoying peace and plenty today sur
rounded by loved ones, let us not be
unmindful of our duty to those who
are less fortunate and in dire misery
and distress.
MUNSON
James Elliott of Ashtabula, G.
Long and family of Huntington and
S. Leatherman and wife of Acme vis
ited Mrs. James Miller last week.
The "Farmers Club" will have . a
literary program on Friday evening,
Dec. 4.
Home Missionary Day will be ob
served at Reformed church on Sun
day forenoon, Nov. 29.
W. Mantz and family of Akron vis
ited at H. E. Mantz's last week.
E. Eshelman and wife and H. E.
Browand and family visited at C.
Beat's" in Lodi last Sunday.
W. Musser, P. Musser and wife and
G. Briggs and family attended the
funeral of Miss Jessie Hosier at Woos
ter Wednesday of last week.
Geo. Fuller and Clyde Bascomtook
a load of poultry to Akron Tuesday
of this week.
Alfred Grissinger's daughter
wrestling withj cbjokenfpox.
Mary Billlurfl1 kid 'Mrs. N. E. De
Long visited Ben Billman, who is
quite poorly, at Doylestown last week.
The carpenter" beraij'' working on
the addition toF.lA. Falconer's store
Monday.
The Ladies' Aid society of Re
formed, church will meet with Wm.
KopleY on Thursday, Dec. 3.
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BAKER'S CROSSING"
Mr. Howard Peabody and wife en
tertained Mr. Trask and family Sat
urday night and Sunday.
Mrs. H. Howard of Michigan, is vis
iting among friends at the Crossing.
' Mrs. Edith Hewitt was in Elyria
Wednesday.
Mr. Mfl'er and wife of Wellington
were week-end guests of'C. Winemeil-
ler and wife. Miss Moneta Smith ac
companied them home.
Mr. Edgar Baker and wife are vis
iting at the home of Mr. Ray Baker
in Ashland.
Mr. Irwin Sage and son Walter were
in Wellington Saturday.
C. Kelsep spent Friday in Mans
field. ...
Home
The entire third floor
of the Medford Bldg., com
prising 7500 sq. ft. of floor
space divided into three
large and nine smaller
rooms, heated and venti- -
lated to meet state require
mentsthese are a few
facts about the new home
of over 33 Actual students.
Visit Us
and get an idea of what
a real live school is and of
what it can do for you.
Seven minutes walk from
the Union Depot; step .off
street car at Portage Hotel
and you are within a few
steps of us.
Actual
Business College
"The School That Gets Results"
Hedford Building-
North Opposite
Main
PORTAGE
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THEY ARE MADE OF -STRONG. TOUGH,
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BOYS AND GIRLS SKATES
WE HAVE THE riNET LINE OF BoY-S'
AND GIRL-S' -SKATE-S AND -SLED-S AT THE
LOWEST PRICE EVER 'HAD, y
Hockey and Common Skates
Look Them Over
"An Endless Line at the Endless
Store." '
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GRAND GIFT DISTRIBUTION
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Beautiful chests of Rogers' Grape Pattern French Gray
Finish Silverware to be given away absolutely FREE at . ,
THE PRINCESS
by the Home Merchant's Advertising Club. A chest of
silver will be given away Dec 7th and every Monday
night thereafter. We have given a number to each chest
of silverware. These numbers consist of six (6) figures
each and are enclosed in a sealed envelope. On the out
side of each envelope we have printed three of the num
, bers enclosed each in its respective position.
Contest tickets are issued by all members of this club.
Tickets entitle the holder to guess when properly filled
out and deposited when attending the above theatre.
The depositor of the first ticket found which supplies
correctly the three missing figures, or the depositor of
the first ticket found coming nearest, to correctly supply-'
ing the,m will receive a chest of this silver ware absolute-
ly FREE.
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Begin now to deposit your tickets
See the three exposed figures on the first chest to be
given away. REMEMBER: No figure appears more
than twice in any one number. Each chest has a differ
ent number, so be sure to get the exposed figures on the ,
new number each week. Every number used with this
"plan contains six figures. .
ADVERTISING CLUB
Oat man's Hardware
Farmers' Exchange '
M. T. Wright's Book Store
Fisher's Shoe Store 1 1
Hoff, Piano Dealer ; , ;
Nelson's Confectionery '
L. Abrams, Gothier
W. J. Wall, Druggist
Bowman's Garage
Steingass' Meat Market
DeArmitt's Dep't Store
Anderson, Plumber'
A. A. Gish, Lunch and Confectionery
SOUTH WESTFIELD
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There will be a reunion of the Shoe
maker family at the old home-stead
at Madisonburg, now occuppied by' B.
Shoemaker, on Thanksgiving day.
Thanksgiving day Arthur Mong
and wife will entertain his brother,
Geo. Mong and John Median of Wads
worth. " ' '.
On Monday, Arthur Mong and wife,
accompanied by Mrs. Ish and Mrs.
Katie Rowan of Lodi, visited Mrs.
Isn't brother, Mr. Carlin, who is in
poor health at Congress. t
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yergin and
daughters,' Jenne ' and Dorothy, visit
ed his brother, Barry Yergin Sunday.
(Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Bower took
dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A.
R. Reynolds. '. '
. Nelson Lance and family visited his
brother Aaron and, family last Sat
urday. . v ..-j. . r. ..':;
Miss Esther Bower is spending a
few weeks with her cousin at Orrville
Frank Knepper,of Cleveland was
home over Sunday. :
Before you "ecoBomixe" by
buying cheap clothes, make
sure that the maker didn't
economize on QUALITY.
There is no way yet dis
covered by which good clothes
good style and good quality
can be had for less than'
they're worth.
$15 to $25 properly placed,
buys the very best values in
clothes today. , When yon
pay less, you' lose more in
WEAR than yon SAVE in
PRICE.
Our line represents OUR
, idea of helping our customers
to the most for their money,
and helping ourselves to
their permanent patronage.
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1 SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK
10 lbs. fore quarter or more 15c per lb.
10 lbs. Rib Soup Meat ,,,, .... .. .....,..12e per lb.
10 lb i Neck Meat .......... ., .... ........14c per lb.
Round and Sirloin Steak v. ........... . .... 18c per lb.
SPECIAL SATURDAY
Pork Chops (Loin) ... . ........ ....... .18c per lb.
Pork Shoulder (Piece) ; 16c per lb.
Side Pork .... .............. l6c per lb.
Prt Sausage (Sage) ..... f. ..16e per lb.
3 lb. Pail Lard .... .... ..... 48c
5 ibl Pail Lard ';. V r .' ... . '.' . i .. . ' ,- ; . "'.V. ...... 80c
10 lb; Fail Layl , . . . i J.;.......;;... ,$1.40
Nice Meaty Corn Beef .... .... ...;l5e per tb.
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CHERRY CORNERS AND
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The regular meetings of the E. V.
aid society will be' at the home of Mrs
Alma Dull, Saturday Nov.; 28. - .:
Revlval'mee'tings commence' at the
E; V. .church at Cherry Corners next
Vednesday.' A lady , from '.Toledo is
expected' to' speak. : V''' '':''''
Horr, Warner Co., presented each
one 'of their men with a turkey for
Thanksgiving day.V
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