THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 4 1914
J. P. Babcock and wife and Mrs.
J'red Livingston spent last Saturday
Mrs. Cortlett spent the week -end
-with her mother in Cleveland.
On account of the illness of Mrs.
Chapman's mother, Mrs. Newton, the
ladies1 society met at Mrs. Caivesi's
this Thursday for the wood bee.
Mr. Lantsbury of Elyria spent
Thanksgiving here at Charles Gibbs'
and Alvin and Leonard Gibbs spent
the day in Elyria at their aunt's.
John Hetzelberger, wife and daugb
ter have moved from Abbeyville into
st suite of F. H. Gibbs' tene
H. H. Hitchcock's mother, who lives
at Grafton, was taken to a hospital
in Cleveland last Saturday for an op
The Mothers' club has been post
poned until Thursday afternoon, Dec,
10. to meet with Mrs. Harry Waite,
Miles Johnson and Erskine Hadlock
were in Cleveland Saturday night and
stayed at Cliff Hadlock's.
Mrs. Glenn Kingsbury entertained
I.A TrlcW club Wednesday after
Mrs. Johnston, wife of the singer at
the M. E. meetings, and her sister,
Mrs. Butts of Akron, were here over
Sunday. The meetings will continue
Helen Miner visited in Elyria from
Thursday until Sunday at Mrs. Flor
ence Rowley O'Brien's.
Miss Isodine Miner of Medina spent
Sunday at Verne Miner's.
John Moxley and wife and his moth-
at- etwnt. a number of days here at
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their son's, Roe Moxey's.
A surprise party was given Marie
Morton last Saturday afternoon
honor of her seventh birthday.
Mrs. John Randall was taken sicK
in church last Sunday with one of her
PViATiHa received word here last
week of the death of George Clement'i
wife in Geveland.
Only those who have been through
it know what E. C. Miner and wife
felt last Saturday- night when they
came into their home and found that
75 friends had taken possession for
the time being. They had provided
an oyster supper and all seemed to
have a good, social time. As a re
membrance of the occassion they gave
Mr. and Mrs. Miner six silver tea
snoons and some money for which the
latter want to give thanks in this way.
The high school scholars and their
friends and some of their parents
went down to the station Monday to
bid farewell to our boys who started
on the corn special trip to Washing
ton. Howard Chapman for corn and
Earl Gibbs for apple raising had free
passes and Handy Miner and Morris
Case bought their tickets and weft
along, so we felt quite proud of hav
ing four boys go from our town. Earl
Handy and Morris all had their tick
ets from Cleveland and had their
pictures in Tuesday's Plain Dealer
with the Cuyahoga County boys and
girls. Howard's ticket was from
Wooster, so he had to go alone.
Mrs. Clayton Stevenson went
Kentucky to attend the funeral
her mother, Mrs. Lee.
Roe Moxley made a visit in Colum
bus this week.
Helen Miner entertained the Stan
dard Bearers Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Wm. Stebbins died last Sat
urday night, aged 78 years. She had
been in failing health for a number
of years and Friday she had a stroke,
from which she did not rally. She
leaves one son, Seeley, and three
The Ladies' society of the Disciple
church will give a supper and sale of
articles in the town hall Dec. 16.
Howard Stevenson, Ilda and Alean
Thompson attended a party in Graf
ton last Saturday night.
Mrs. Oehlhoft and grandson, Don
ald Peterson of Cleveland spent the
week-end at Dr. Wood's. ,
Mrs. Laux went into Cleveland last
week to attend the funeral of an aunt,
Mrs. Eva James and returned here to
her daughter's, Mrs. Ernest Wilkey's.
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spent Thanksgiving with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Pmkley, near
The Ladies Aid Bociety of the E. V.
church met at the home of Mrs. Alnie
Dull Saturday. The day was spent
in sewing rags for Mrs. Myers. The
attendance was small; but a nice lot
of rags were sewed.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dennis, Lu-
cian Demose and family, Clem Wertz
and family, Florence McElhanery and
daughter of Ashland and Milo Cook
and family of Congress were guests
of John Weaver and wife on Thanks
Miss Grace Allen, who has been
employed in Creston, spent a few days
last week at the home of her parents.
Mrs. Mae Milkey spent Thanksgiv
ing day in Lodi, the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. George Conrad and family.
Lucian Swartz and family expect
to move to his father's farm south of
West Salem "Wednesday. Kemp
Brown and family expect to move in
the home vacated by Mr. Swartz.
Miss Lillie Stratton spent part of
last week visiting friends in Ashland.
Mrs. Fannie Morse of Lodi spent
several days last week with Mrs. G.
Mrs. Kate Whitmore of Burbank
visited her sister, Mrs. Pauline Clink
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bensinger, Ver-
na Bensinger and Miss Bessie Baum
motored to near Spencer Thursday
afternoon and called on Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Erne t Dull and son
of Barberton were guests of Albert
Kuntz and family from Friday night
Miss Florence Kinre made a trip to
Miss Florence Allen of near Hunt-
imrton is snendine a few days with
her brother Ernest Allen and family.
Miss Hulda Ribbeck of Chippewa
Lake spent Thanksgiving with her
Mrs. Charles Milkey and daughter-in-law,
Mrs. John Milkey, spent the
fore part of the week in West Salem,
the guests of the former's mother,
Mrs. Wentland and family.
Sam Kime and family of Wads
worth, Mrs. Jane Repp and daughter,
Lula, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Underwood,
spent Thanksgiving with the former's
mother, Mrs. Susan Kime.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stratton enter
tained his brother, Daniel and wife
of Portland, Oregon, last week.
Miss Hazel Stair spent Monday
night with her brother and family at
Miss Fannie Moore of Lodi visited
her sister, Mrs. Rebbeca Feazel on
Mr. McCammon and family of West
Salem were guests of the latter 's sis
ter, Mrs. Josiah Reep and family on
Wednesday night and Thursday.
Angus Milkey and family of Lodi
and Ora Repp and family spent the
holiday at the home of Marsh . Kobb
Will Wagner and family entertain
ed company from near Wooster on
Mrs. Ernest Allen visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William-Lindsey
to ( of near West Salem, a few days last
Miss Silva Brown of Wellington
and Miss Lula Brown of Burbank
spent Thanksgiving at the home of j
fit fvzy.KH r&iis rrt?trtj
60 acre f aru; good &-room, 2-story
house; fair barn; on C. S. & C. Electrk
line; in Brunswick Township; fertile
soil, well-watered, some timber; just
the home for some business man in
Cleveland. Price reasonable.,
No. 67-A 20 acre farm, cheap;
about 18 miles from Cleveland City
He was slow to sell Kellogg's Tast-
less atfirst. He said 25c per 3-oz bottle
was too much. So we made the price
15c. Now almost every druggist rec
commends, and sells quantities of
Now 15c for 3 oz Bottle
USED TO BE 25c
Costs no more than the "Torturous-to-
take" kind, and less than the aromat
ic or flavored kind. 3-oz bottle now 15c
instead of 25c former 50c bottle (7
oz) now 25c.
W. J. WALL and leading druggists
On Thanksgiving, John Ditch ana
wife entertained their children, Sher
man Ditch and wife, of this place.
Harrison Ditch and wife of Elyria,
and Grant Ditch and wife, who were
united in marriage Wednesday.
Mrs. Chas Gast and mother, Mrs,
Jcnna Mvers. and sister Mrs. Edith
Dull; visited at the home of Uria Mc
Donald and wife, near Homer, Thurs
Mrs. Kitner of Ashland, visited at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mont
Brinkerhoof , south of town.
Elias Kratzer and wife of Wads
worth, have been visiting, at the home
of Charles Kratzer and wife for some
Charles Bergis and family of Kent,
visited with Geo.; Norton and family
.. William Gast of Cherry Corners;
visited with his daughter, Mrs. Chas,
Kratzer on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howder of Wads-
worth, visited at the home of John
Hailey and wife on Sunday.
, Susie Bentz has returned home from
Pennsylvania, where she has spent
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Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Seeley of Litch
field, visited at J: Hien's last Sunday.
Sidney Hange and Ruth Lechleit
ner were married at Reformed par
sonage at West Salem, by Rev. E.
Tobias on Thanksgiving day. Con
gratulations. A. Stahle and wife of Litchfield vis
ited at J. Hien's, Tuesday of this
Sidney Hange and wife were in Co
lumbus last week.
D. Geisinger and wife were in
Elyria last week.
Arthur Hagans, formerly of this
place, now of Litchfield, was married
to a Litchfield lady Thursday, Nov.
26, at Medina. The groom was raised
and well known here and has a host
of friends in this vicinity, who wish
them a long and prosperous life.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McNair of
near Lodi were guests of Wallace
Dull and family Sunday.
Angus Milkey and family of Lodi
visited at the home of his parents on
Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs.
Henry White was a visitor at the
same place Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Swartz and
daughter visited near Nankin . last
Henry and Jess Dulabahn and
Chester Parks were recent guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Dull
Will Byers and family of Lodi were
guests of Sam Wagner and family on
Mrs. Bernice Lehman and children
. ..WW, umvm ijimmnm, m- j jja3 gjj making regular visits to
this county for over twenty years.
Has had over twenty-five years
experience in the treatment of
Chronic Diseases of Men
He has established a permanent
practice and reputation. His prac
tice is limited to CHRONIC DISEASES,
and he has spent practically all his
life in the study and treatment of
Special attention given to chronic
affections of the head, nose, throat,
ears and bronchial tubes. Catarrh
in all its forms.
More than one half the doctor's
practice is given up to Diseases of
the Stomach, Liver and Bowels, as In
digestion, Dyspepsia, Billiousness,
Constipation, Diarrhoea, Blood, Heart,
Skin, Rheumatism, Eczema, Pim
ples, Blood Poison.
. Specialist In - all diseases of the
Defective vision is often caused
by disease. Piles and rectal diseases treated without the use of theknife or
detention from business. All blemishes of the face as Moles and Warts re
moved. His practice includes many difficult cases that have failed to secure
Dr. Kutchin is a graduate of two leading Medical Colleges. He has never
made a charge for consultation, examination or advice.
AT LEAST THREE-FOURTHS of his patients are sent to him by former patrons.
IF HE THINKS he cannot benefit you he will say so.
DR. KUTCIUNTS BEST references are his many friends and patients, the result
over twenty years practice in this community.
Address all communications to Dr. Kutchin, 33 S. Ohio Ave., Columbus, Ohio.
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A benefit concert for the high school
will be given by the graduates of the
school Saturday evening, Dec. 5.
J. M. Alderfer and Don Woodward
attended the Y. M. C. A. convention
at Marion lat week.
W. H. Caverly entertained the Sun
day school classes of Mrs. E. P. Am
erman and V. J. Waters at a mas
querade party at his home Friday ev
ening. The "Spinsters' made their second
and last appearance at the high school
. Saturday evening. The affair was a
success this time as before, $33 being
taken in by the association.
N. E. Johnson went to Cleveland
Saturday to spend several days with
his aunt, Mrs. Charlotte Rhoades, who
has been ill at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Bela Horton. Mrs. Rhoades
is improved and able to be about the
Cleber Wall entertained several of
his college friends at his home over
The little daughter of Roy Young,
who since the death of her mother,
has made her home with her aunt,
Mrs. Ben Bowes, at Cleveland, is ill
and has been for some time. The na
ture of the child's illness is not known
Vern Waltz is spending a few days
with his parents, J. F. Waltz and
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Will be on Friday Dec. 4th.
the AHERICArJ HOUSE.
Office hours 8 a. m to 3 p. m
Mr. Louis Miller of Ashland ate,
i Thanksgiving dinner with his par-1
!ents, Ed. Miller and wife. Otis Mills
., and family also ate dinner at the
Miss Ada Nickerson of Cleveland
spent the week-end at C. M. Turner's.
Dr. Scudder and family entertained
company for dinner on Thanksgiving
day from Akron and Copley.
Mrs. Sears went by the way of Wash
ington, D. C.
Miss Inez Waite of Lagrange is
spending several days with her aunt,
Mrs. Ella Turner.
Miss Alice Thatcher entertained
company from Medina the first of the
J. H. Laughlin and family enter
tained company from Akron for the
holiday. They returned home Friday
The concert given by the English
P. T. VanValkenburg and family
of Penfield spent Thanksgiving day at Opera Singers -was very much en-
the home or Martin, tmz. joyed j,y aU who ,heard them. The
On Tuesday, Nov. 24, A, B. Canfield hall was packed. Many, had to go
and wife, W. O. Leach, Mrs. Mattie away, not being able to get a seat
Sears and Miss Hattie Smith left for A royal welcome would certainly be
Lake Wateri Fla., where they expect given them if they ever return to
to spend the winter. Mr. Leach and Litchfield.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local application!, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There l only one way to cure deafness,
and that Is by constitutional remedies.'
Deafness is caused by inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eu
stachian Tube. "When this tube is en-
named you nave a rumoung 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 fen
are caused by Catarrh, which is noth
ing; but an inflamed condition of the
We will give one' hundred dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
Catarrh) ' that cannot be cured by
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