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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY. DECEMBER, ,4,4914
Remodeling Old Frocks in .
Accord With Fashion's Ruling
The styles of twenty years ago
" seem to hold a strong place in the
minds of the people this year, the
one-piece frock and the separate, so
called "top-coat" being particular off
springs of the clothes of that day.
A practical innovation in this mode
. of dressing, which has taken the place
of the suit in may cases. The - dress
may be dressy enough to wear to
many things where a suit would be
V out of 'place and the top-coat, if taken
with careful selection, may be worn
for evening as well as day-time.
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An absolutely plain waist of linen
or white batiste, with possibly a few
tucks front and back and long plain
sleeves, which have turn-over cuffs, is
worn a great deal this winter. The
collar is usually high in the back and
flaring in the front with a cravate of
black.
Another waist for much more dres
sy hours is made of white satin with
sleeves which have the top- extended
to a strip which reaches the edge of
the collar. The collar of this waist
is trimmed with an ostrich feather.
There is a Chinese satin which is
ust coming to the front, which may
be washed witnout spoiling xne lus
ter. This fabric is being used ior
simple shirt waists and one smart
young woman, who is noted for the
good style of whatever she wears,
has ordered a half dozen of this ma
terial to be made juts like men's neg-
igee shirts.
SPENCER
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Rife with Suggestions for Remodeling
An Old Frock Is This Smart Gown
The coat of the season is cut in a
variety of ways, each of which has
some particular style feature' to make
it practical or smart. One is cut much
like the last winter's raglan coat,
merely belted a little closer to the
figure so that the curve of the waist
may be more in evidence. Or this
same coat may have a tiny yoke with
a collar and the full godet ripples
pressed into pleats, which open out at
every movement of the figure.
Another type of coat is that which
is semi-tight fitting at the shoulders
and flares widely at the bottom, in the
shape of a Cossack coat Another is
distinctly of theRussian peasant style,
iuttoning at the side and belted with
a wide belt. Around the bottom of
the skirt portion is a wide band of
.far, also at wrists and around the
neck. The heavy richness of this
trimming is most effective.
Another coat is cut with the upper
iportion like a sacque, having straight
lines under the arms and drooping
1own considerably in the back. A flar
ing tunic is attached to this lower
edge, cut in a circular piece so that
it stands away from the figure almost,
as though it were either heavily cord
ed or wired. Rows of soutache trim
H. L. Stewart entertained his
Cort and family on Thanksgiving. T '
Henry Walters, Jr. served - a
Thanksgiving dinner to the -Walters
family.
Ed. Auble's family, Velma and
Mildred from Wadsworth, Hogan
from Rittman and Beulah and Tal
madge from Cleveland, met at their
home. Miss Eberly was also here.
Mrs. Hendee spent the week end in
Litchfield.
Supt. Stillmger and Prof. Metz
spent the vacation at their homes.
Elsie Fuller visited friends in Bur
ton City and in Wocster during me
Thanksgiving vacation.
George Cunliffe's have moved to
Wooster.
John Ingraham's entertained a
great number of guests on Thanks
giving day.
A quiet home wedding was held at
Tom McCourt's Wednesday evening,
when their daughter Helen was united
marriage to Glenn Repp of West
Salem. The happy couple left murs-
day for a short honeymoon trip.
R. S. Brown entertained Koy J ire-
stone's from Ashland and Karl from j
Cleveland on Thanksgiving.
Mr; and Mrs. Wayne Sherman have
moved onto a farm in Huntington.
Chas. White's are moving to New
London.
John Marsh's have moved into E.
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D. Brown's house, lately vacated Dy
Geo. Cunliffes' on West Main.
John Wolf's spent the week-end in
Medina.
Iva Lourvine of Milan visited Spen
cer friends last week.
All-'son Miller's have moved to Ash
tabula. Anna Rook of Dover spent her va
cation at home.
The third number on the High
school lecture course wll be held Sat
urday evening. The lecture will be
civen bv Frank Hartman, who comes
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very highly recommended.
Clara Miller and Elner Fetzer at
tended the Y. M. C. A. convention in
Marion, 0., last week.
E. D. Parent's and Chas Parent's
visited Harvev Auble's in Orrville
last week.
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Nothing like it ever seen or known in Medina for really truevalues and genuine sav
ings. It is such merchandizing as this that puts the gain in Bargain.
$15, $18,' $20 Overcoats, Balmacaans, suits, for
enyuays
One Price
Onlyrfl
A Frock of Sand Colored Broadcloth
with Simple Trimming of Braid, Bind
ing and Small Buttons
The middy blouse is having a vogue
of its own, since that is really what
many of thepopular jumpers really
are. It is another excellent way of
renovating a frock. For instance, a
skirt of broadcloth or serge seems
very hew, indeed, with the addition of
a velvet waist, which hangs in a
straight line from shoulder to hips.
The hats are in two extremes, the
large and the small there seems to
be no "in between" hat. The high tur
ban and the large sailor vie with each
other for populartiy and each seems
to have variety enough in styles to
make itself becoming to a variety of
types of beauty.
The smartest thing in veils is one
which is cut circular and hangs below
the chin. This is worn with a small
close-fitting hat.
PUBLIC SALE
Preparatory to assuming the office
of Sheriff of Medina County, will sell
tt. fr.t d .round th. hip. nd the j '
a.
m., eastern time, the following live
stock:
, 22 head high grade dual purpose
Durham cattle, consisting of 12 extra
good young cows, with calves by side;
2 fresh Jerseys and 10 head of young
cattle, consisting of 3 head of good
yearling steers, and 7 head of open
yearling heifers. These cattle 'will
make good beef, feeders 'or breeders.
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in a cloth bodice, black 1 imnK " m "8
into faill or velvet of Durham cattle ever of-
i f ered for sale in Medina county v 250
liea. Large buttons are used down the
front. The skirt is very plain and
rather narrow.
The kimona sleeve has had its day
and m ot of the sleeves of coats are
srt into a regulation armhole, which
ia (itfteu outlined with a cording or :
piping. I
. The frocks which are made with
fcimona sleeves are easily brought up j
to the ' test rulings by putting vel
vet sleeves
lace sleeves
frock.
Taffeta sleeves are used in a serge
gown.
head of Delain ewes, bred to Shrop
shire rams, and to begin lambing on
Xf o vnVi 9R Tlinao raraa an on OTfi-o
Inthe Illustration is a gown worthy, . aftn . . ,n nnnA
condition, and wi'l be Bold in small
WANT TO WORK FOR STATE?
Three days will be given by the
State Civil Service Commission -for
the examination of candidates who
desire to attend the Panama Exposi
tion as employes of the State of Ohio,
The dates of the examinations are
December 15, 1(5, and 17, and they
will be held at Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus,-
Cincinnati, and Marietta. Thus
the tate i3 divided into five sections,
and the anDlicants may go to either
of the above cities to be examined.
- The positions to - be filled are
follows: hostess, aee from 25 to 50
years, salary $100 per month; mat
ron, age from 30 to 50 years, $75;
maid, $50; stenographers, $100; in
formation clerk, (men only) $100;
check room attendant, $80; attendant
for ladies waiting room, and male at
tendant for men's waiting room,
each $80; night watchman, $80; jan
itor $80; and page and messenger $80,
Residents of the state who desire
to take any of these examinations
should address the State Civil Ser
vice Commission, Columbus, for the
necessary blanks which will be sent
free upon request
YOU CANNOT GET THESE VALUES ON ANY OTHER DAY, HERE, NOR ANY
OTHER PLACE ANY TIME AT ALL. DOLLAR FOR COLLAR GARMENT FOR
GARMENT YOU WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO MEET OR MATCH THIS OPPOR
TUNITY. In this lot are included a host of newly arrived suits in the nobby English Models,
Tartan plaids, fancy Cassimeres, worsteds, Balmacaans, Scotch Plaids and plain
weaves. $15 to $20 never bought anything better.
Our price for TEN DAYS ONLY, $10.
Sale Will Begin Today, Friday, December 4thf 1914
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Head to Foot Outfitters
for Men and Boys
Miller Block
Medina, Ohio
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They all
come back
for more
For more of that rich "Ney
York State" June cheese.
It's simply delicious with
just enough snap to make
it appetizing.
Buy a pound and eat with
the crowd.
SATURDAY SPECIAL
Another bag of those fine
English Walnuts at 16c lb.
EDWARDS
Grocery
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of note. Hush, let me whisper in your
ear, it is a made-over gown! Jn .the
,,slripes you . see what was one gown
and the the black another. The com
bination is one which Is often sought
tin new fabrics and particularly help
ful when remodeling.
, In the second gown Is an extremely
bunches to suit buyers.
Sale will take, place ram or shine.
Terms Credit of six months with
6 per cent, interest, 2 per cent, dis
count for cash. Bankable notes re
quired. Free lunch at noon. R. L. GEHMAN
, jmnj one-piece moaei. eana-coiorea p.. K HARDING, auctioneer,
troadcloth is used. The circular, tun-
;Jc is attached to a rather wide belt As the result of a B. & O. wreck
and tunic is a cord which loops over at Seville July 8, when four men of
small crochet buttons for the fasten- Lorain were killed, a suit for $10,000
fog. for the death of one has been filed.
PUBLIC SALE
Havinar rented my farm. I will sell
at public auction at my residence, sit
uated one and one-half miles south
and two miles west of Litchfield and
one and one-quarter miles south and
one and one-half mile's east of Cham
ber's Corners Tuesday, Dec. 15, the
following property, to wit:
Six horses, one pair of black Per
cheron mares, four and six years old,
weight 1500 apiece and both in foal
by Naldo; good workers and broke in
all harness and afraid of nothing.
One bay mare, weight 1400, and a
good worker, four years old; one driv
ing horse, good driver; one general
purpose brood mare, works in all har
ness; one Weinling colt; four good
dairy cows; two Jersey heifers, four
years old; one Guernsey heifer, four
years old; one Holstein cow, seven
years old; one yearling Jersey heifer.
Hogs-One fat hog; 16tpigs will be
eight weeks old on day of sale; one
Berkshire brood sow
Farm Implements--One Milwaukee
mower, Deering hay tedder, Dain hay
loader, hay rack, two-horse wagon,
Kentucky breaking cart, mud buggy,
nine-foot Dunham roller, spring-tooth
wheel harrow, spike-tooth harrow,
steel corn harrow, Diamond tooth
weeder, Iron Age two-horse cultiva
tor, Iron Age potato digger, Hurst
four-row potato sprayer, potato scoop,
Cascada riding plow, Syracuse left
hand walking plow, grind-stone, iron
kettle, flat sled and two pairs of run
ners. One heavy team -harness, about
new; better than a hundred tin sap
pails; three-barrel gathering tank; a
hundred egg Early Bird Incubator and
brooder; double-trees; and .other art
icles too numerous to mention. '
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One dozen Photo
graphs make 12
Xmar presents.
Make n appoint
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Mcdowell
North Court St.
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PUBLIC SALE
SALE Several head of extra
esh cows and a thoroughbred
to8. old; also registered Dur
oc ooan , sows and pigs, at my sale
Tuesday, Dec. 8, at 1 p. m. My stock I
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In every paper are telling you of. some
remedy for a cold. Wehave a BET
TER one to offer you. If you feel
that cold, come in and see us. For
MEN and BOYS we reccomend our
OVERCOATS BALMACAANS and
MACKINAWSv. ': vf -: 4'"''" ;' v;.
Two-piece " underwear union suits,
at prices that will stop that cold and
our prices are RIGHT. Use these
remedies, and then you will be WELL
and prepared for that suit of CLOTH
CRAFT, all wool goods prices $10 to
$20, and better fitting suits you never
saw,
When getting these goods for the
cold do not forget our HATS .and
CAPS GLOVES, NECKWEAR and
in fact everything for Comfort and
Health' except the shoes.
Hatters and Haberdashers
OVER 42 YEARS IN MEDINA
42 and 43 Public Square
0-H.L
Clothiers.
MALLET CREEK
The State High school inspector,
Mr. Warner, spent Monday with the
York school. ,
Mr. Tom Phillips has been elected
superintendent of the Doylestown
schools for the remainder of the
year. ,
. Mrs. Henry Reutter entertained the
Congregational choir last Saturday
evening. Everybody was on hand
and had a good time.
The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. F.
H. Todd Wednesday afternoon.
- Mrs. Huston and daughter Violet,
returned from Coshocton Monday ev
ening.
The ' choirs of both churches met
was all bred ana raisea m wis neigh- Mr. O. G. Swartz's Wednesday ev-
borhood, nearly all on my farm. M.
O. PERKINS, Weymouth, O.
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P. R. HINE, N. E. Fuller, Clerk, Col. Sentinel and notice of sale published Sunday-evening C. G. Bohley will
nauor, aucuoneer. . , iree in ne oenimcb , . nave papera.
ehing to practice the cantata for the
Christmas exercises.
There will 5 be a' special program
at the Congregational church next
OBERLIN BUSINESS COLLEGE
, HOLDS GREAT RECEPTION
The teachers and officers of the Ob
erlin Business College gave a recep
tion to their students Wednesday ev
ening of last week which proved the
greatest social event of the year.
Fully one hundred and fifty former
students were present from Cleveland
Elyria, Lorain, Springfield, Welling
ton, Ashland, Toledo and other cities
and towns all over Ohio and other
places as far as- Pittsburg. Caterer
Hobbs had charge of the refreshments
and with music, toasts and readings,
the evening will long be remembered
by all present' 1
Former students ' were delighted
with the beautiful rooms of the new
building,' which gives this school an
equipment not equaled' by any other
business college in Ohio. The Ober
lin Business College has become noted
for the interest which it? takes'" in its
present andvformerJ students.
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