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THE MEDINA SENTINEL
The only Democratic newspaper la rot the county Democracy. Entered at the postofflce at Medina cc 13 ,1888. MRS. MARY K. LONG ' RAYMOND M. LONG GEORGE M. DENTON Address all communications to the Medina Sentinel, Medina, Ohio. "Subscription price: Per year, f 1.00; six mos., 60c; three mos., 25c; Single copy, 6c; all subscriptions to be paid in advance. u .nruTJirLTUTJ iurunxuxarLnjLr unnp THE CHURCHES Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday, 10:30 a. m., preaching ser vice, theme, "The Incarnation of Christ The God-Man"; 11:30 a. m., Bible school, D, R. Pelton, supt. The Bible is the greatest book men have ever known. Come and study it with us; 6:30 p. m., Ep worth League ser vice; a service for young people by young people; 6:30 p. m., Class meet ing service; a service of religious con versation; 7:30 p. m., preaching ser vice; theme, " Demas, the Man Who Quit;" or how a man started in well and got tired of his task. Congregational Church Morning worship at 10:30; sermon by the pastor, "The Influence of Thought Upon Character." Evening service at 7:30, in charge of Mr. R. A. Stow, County Y. M. C. A. secretary, j Church of Christ j Sunday, Dec. 13 10:30 a. m. Preach- 6:30 p. m., Endeavour meeting; "Gems i from My Reading," Prov. 2-1-1-12; i Bnei extracts with comments; 7:30 p. m., preaching. Alanson Wilcox, minister. First Baptist Church Sunday, Dec. 13, 10:30 a. m., morn ing worship; subject, "A Bible Chal lenge;" 11:45 a. m., Bible school; supt., Karl Luti; 6:30 p. m., young people's meeting; 7:30 p. m., people's service; subject, "A Universal- Birthmark." S. F. Dimmock, pastor. St. Pauls Episcopal Church Sunday, Dec. 13, morning prayer and sermon at 10:30; Sunday school at close of service; evening prayer and sermcln at. 7:30; Monday, 7:30 p. m., Men's club. Wm. V. Edwards, rector. Persons who sell gum are required under the new tax law to pay four cents on each $1 package and an ad-, ditional four cents for each $1 value in the package. Perfumery and cos metic salespeople are required to pay a tax of 1-8 of a cent on five-cent package and a graduated rate up to 5-8 of a cent for 25-cent packages. Articles sold at more than 25 cents pay an increased rate based on the same cchedule. Frainard Jewelry Watches Diamonds UNUSUAL DISPLAY OF GOLD JEW ELRY THE BRAIN ARD STORE-Encouraged each year by continued success has labored hard to overtop all previous efforts and we have collected for this season the largest and most beautiful dis play ever shown before. Just now we have so much that we are taxed for room WE SUGGEST THE FOLLOWING FOR POPULAR GIFTS BRACELETS WATCHES LAVALIERS CUT GLASS STERLING SILVER PENDANTS PHOTO FRAMES SILVER TABLEWARE Big Ben Always $2.50 Medina County and the official organ S -. ; ". -..,, Ohio, aa second-class mall matter, .Owner and Publisher , Manager Editor BATH The Hammond Corners L. A. S. will hold their annual bazaar in the church parlors the afternoon and evening of Dec. 12. The annual business meeting of the Bath Congregational church was held Monday. Officers were elected and the coming year's work mapped out. Mrs. James Miller has returned from a visit with friends in Barber ton and Youngstown. Some of the Bath friends of Mrs. Elmer First attended a shower given in her honor Saturday afternoon, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meech of Granger, The L. A. S. which was held last Thursday at the church was largely attended and much work was ac complished. Table receipts were $7. An Independent Farmers' Insti tute will be held at Bath town hall Dec. 30 and 31. Messrs. Jennings and Bowsher of Allen county and Mrs. Wickersham of Logan county will be speakers. There will be a display in the high school room building by the pupils of the grade schools in con- nection with the Institute. Also adls- Earl Miller of the Cady-Iveson Shoe Co., is at the home of his par- ents with a bad case of sore thoat. Revival meetings are now in pro gres' at the East Bath Evangelical church. Mrs. F. H. Leach returned home on Wednesday from a short visit in Nor-walk. H.A.WAITE Funeral Director and Embalmer North Side Public Square Office Phone 4080 FOBS SIGNET RINGS UMBRELLAS CHAINS SCARF PINS PEARL BEADS CUFF LINKS CASSEROLES SMOKING SETS SET RINGS LOCKETS CLOCKS Brainard Jewelry Store 4 Public Square MEDINA prfNo;Word Medina People Have Absolute Proof i ? of Deeds at Home, , It's not words but deeds that prove true merit. . The deeds of Doan's Kidney Pills, for Medina Kidney sufferers, have made their local reputation. Proof lies in Lhe testimony of people. E. W. Beedle, blacksmith, S. Broad way, Medina, Ohio, says: "For nearly ten years I had trouble from weak kidneys.' I had to get up several times at night. The kidney secretions were highly colored and painful in passage. I had a very lame back and sharp, shooting pains across my loins. Sometimes I could hardly straighten after stooping. Finally, I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills and they gave me good relief. I can rest much better and the lameness in my back has been relieved. My kidneys are normal Joo." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Beedle had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. B. L. Wells expects to leave soon for Creston, where he will spend the winter with his nephew, Bert Wells. Lawrence Warner will leave soon for Chattanooga, Tenn., where he has accepted a position with the United States Interstate Commerce Commis sion. Jacob Derr of Sharon was taken to a Cleveland hospital Wednesday afternoon suffering from appendicitis. Owing to a break-down in the mechanical department the Sentinel was a few hours late this morning. ' . .WANTED--Two neat appearing hustlers at once. Apply to J. M. BUTCHER, Electric station, Medina, O. lwp Biainard Cut Glass Silverware Clocks Ingersoll Watches $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 $3.00 SOUTHWESTERN- SYSTEM ; Effective September H 1914 ! twel tars Jeave Medina-,' for Berea, ' Kamms' and ! Cleveland, 1 6:22, 7:1$ . 8:13, 10:11' a. ni., 12:11, 2:11, 4:11, 6:11, 8:11, 10:11, 11:58 p..m.: j Limited trains leave Medina for Cleve land at 7:57, 8:41, 10:13, 10:41 a. m., 2:0U, i:Vl, 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, 9:20, 11:20 p. m. 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, 10.48, 11.48 a. m., 2.48, 3.48, 5.48, 6.48 p. m. 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 a. m., 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 a. m., 12:15, 4:15 p. m., Galion only, 8:15 p. m. fhe Cleveland, Southwestern & Columbus Ry. Co. fas. Newton, Agent, thone 1167 PERSONALS jj Miss Thale Cook is visiting at Mrs. Frank Burnham's. , Mrs. Frank Spellman spent Wed nesday in Cleveland. : Mrs. Eugene Clement is visiting her sister, Mrs. Kiefer, in Crestline. Miss Delia Hartman has returned from a visit in Delaware and Spring field. ' William Hobart entertained his boy friends at his home last Tuesday ev ening. Mrs. May Power of Wooster will spend the week-end with Mrs. S. S. Oatman. : Miss Ida Brubaker of Litchfield was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Beck on Monday. ' ' Mrs. Stone and baby of Elyria are visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Coons this week. Miss Lucille Miller spent the past week with Mrs. Roscoe Ewing in Cleveland. J. F. Styer spent Sunday in Wick liffe, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. R. A. Bowman. ' r !Mrs. Amelia Hickox - of Toronto f spent -several days last) week;', with Mrs. Walter Fenton. ": I Miss Julia Loean is visitinsr her sister, Mrs. J. A. Hahn and Miss Mary Logan in Cleveland. J. H. Hart left this week for Water loo, Ind., where he will spend the win ter with his daughter. Miss Grace Lacy and Miss Myrtle Morgan of Cleveland spent the week end with Mrs. Eva Lacy. The Misses Helen Webber, Inez Mc Neal and Katharine Bartholomew will spend the week-end-in Akron. Mrs. L. D. Searles, who has been visiting her brother, A. W. Waite in Cleveland, returned to her home this week. Mr. Howard Calvert left last week for the San Diego exposition, where he will have charge of the Root Co.'s exhibit. Mr. Corwin McDowell of Brookline, Mass., spent the latter part of the week with his mother, Mrs. R. M. Mc Dowell. Mrs. R. O. McDowell returned last week from Columbus, where she has been visiting her mother, Mrs: Daniel Sullivan. Mrs. Marcia Newton returned from Orrville, where she spent the past two months with her daughter, Mrs. H. M. Porter. Mrs. Lulu Reese and children of Sagniaw, Mich., are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Huffman. Miss Mildred Harriman of Los An geles, Calif., who has been visiting at the home of Miss Mary Kimball, left Friday for a short visit In Elyria. . Mr. O. P. Morse, who has been mak ing his home with his sister, Mrs. Harriet Goodwin, left Saturday for Jacksonville, Fla., where he will spend the winter. Mr. Frank A. Bohri, Ph. D. former ly associate professor of history at Columbia University, and now en gaged as' organizer for the Intercol legiate Socialist Society, is visiting with his sister, Mrs. F. W. Hass. A. E. Mastin and family- of Cleve land will move into the Hard house on North Elmwood avenue. ' Quite a number of Medina people attended the Mandot-Kilbane fight in Akron this week. Prosecuting Attorney A. B.' Un derwood has rented tha apartment above Rheinhardt's grocery, and will have them remodeled to suit his needs -Nothing definite is known regaad ing the expiration of the hunting sea son, so hunters will probably be al lowed to scurry the fields until furth . er. notice. i. I Boys Hi-Cut Shoes Waterproof ' $2. 10 to $3.50 4k -.,,- Only 11 more Shopping Days Before Xmas Rubbers Rubbers The kind trat wear. For the whole family. Merry Christmas "The Store FISHERS At Munson's An Immense Line of Holiday Goods Comprising Both the Useful and Ornamental at Prices that are Right Dinnerware Haviland China in four ; new and exquisite patterns, ranging in price from $47.00 to $73 per set of 100 pieces. (All open stock) Bavarian and Aus- trian China ' Three beautiful patterns, priced $26.00 to $43.00 the -; set. (All open stock.) -- " Imported English Porcelain Seven most desirable and artistic patterns, , $19.00 to $26.50 per set of 100 pieces. (All open stock.) ' American Porcelain Princess pattern, priced at $10.25 the set. (Open stock.) Glassware Many beautiful pieces in cut glass at greatly reduced prices, .one-half off to close out. Cut Glass Tumblers $1.50 to $4.00 per dozen plain tumblers, 30c to 60c per dozen, Colonial tumblers, 65c to $1.00 the dozen. Grape juice tumblers, 75c per doz. . Sherbet glasses, plain and frosted, $1.50 to $3.75 per dozen. Carving Sets In the famous Meriden Cutlery, priced $2.25 to $5. Steak sets, $1.50 to $1.75. Casseroles In Royal Rochester "Cop per Nickel ware, with guar-, anteed Guernsey baking dish, $1.75 to $5.00. Royal Rochester Coffee Pecolator Priced $2.75 to $5.00 Al so a complete line of this most durable and beautiful . ware. Yours with Christmas Greetings . Mmgen & Bon Children's Slippers Soft soles, pictures on them t 75c to $1.25. v t ; Misses Shoes sizes 11 1-2 , to 2 $1.50 $3.25 ... t Get Father a pair of Felt X Boots Outfits $2,50 to I $5.35. ; ? Will you pay a few cents for rubbers or many dol lar's doctor bill? of Quality" Silverware The "Old Reliable" Com munity silver, guaranteed for 50 years and a new and very desirable pattern, the "Buena" guaranteed for 25 years. Serving Trays In solid mahogany and mahoganite, $1.00 to $3.75 Shinto Reed Baskets Sandwich baskets, biscuit baskets, fruit baskets, sew ing baskets, etc., 15c to$1.50 Aluminum Ware A large and complete line of the famous "Wear-Ever" brand. Replace utensils that wear out with utensils that wear ever1. Child's Sets Aluminum non-breakable, three and six piece sets, 25c and 50c Secure one while they last. Miscellaneous 25c to $2.00 berry sets, $1 to $3.25, cakesets, $2.50 to : $3.00; cake plates, 25c to $2.25; celery sets, $1.50 to $2.00; celery dishes, 25c to $1.25; tea sets (three pieces) 50c a great bargain; sugar and cream sets, 25c to $1.50; bread and milk sets, 50c; mayonnaise sets, 40c to-$1.25; bread and butter plates, $1 to $1.75 per set; pancake sets (a new wrinkle) $1.00; spoon trays, 25c to 75c; individual salts, 75c to $1.25 per dozen; relish dishes (s omethin g new) at $1.00 and other ar ticles to numerous to men tion. For Milady's Toilet Table Manicure sets $1.25 to $2.05; dresser sets $1.00 to $2.50; comb and brush trays 50c to $1.25; manicure trays, 85c; Hair receivers, powder boxes, etc. Skates , Club and Hockey Skates, 65c to $2.50.