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1 . .. 5 ! thereof represented in the thniiniwuuinnnnrunnftn Patronize Medina merchants. Read the advertisements and then get busy with your shopping. The New Century club met with Miss Fanny Clark last Friday. Master James Thompsett is con fined to his home with rheumatism. The Medina Coterie will meet on Wednesday with Mrs. A. P. Nichols. Mrs. Ella Templeton will enter tain her Sunday school class this ev ening at her home. 1 The Golden Rule Circle of King's Daughters met with Mrs. C. M. Fenn Wednesday afternoon. Advertised letters at the Medina postoffice are for: W. P. Austin, A. G. Smith and Grace Shepard. The opening night of the Wednes day night dancing club was delight fully spent in mastering the late dances. Miss Rena Webber will entertain this evening with a miscellaneous shower in honor of her cousin, Miss May, Lowe. The Ladies of the Maccabees will hold election of officers this (Friday) evening. All members are requested to be present Married, Dec. 5, Frank S. Dress ier of Sharon to Minnie F. Raker of Medina at St. Paul's rectory, by Rev. Wm. V. Edwards. i Mrs. Reutter of Valley City sang at the morning service of the Metho dist church last Sunday. Her solo was much appreciated. Mr. Ernest Wallace of York has purchased the Tuttle property on E. Washington street, and will move his family here at once. The Willing Workers' Circle of Kings' Daughters will hold a Xmas meeting at the home of Mrs. Floyd Pelton next Thursday. Mrs. Norman Clark and Mrs. James Kirkpatnck entertained with an M. -E. thimble party last Friday at the home of Mrs. Clark. . Bernie Bowman, who has been laid up for a couple of weeks from a strain received in a recent automobile accident, is able to sit up. Mrs. Eckard's class of the Ladies' Benevolent Society of the Congrega tional church met Wednesday after noon with Miss Cora Ware. The Gytean club will hold their annual Xmas party next Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Will Hammerschmidt, assisted by Mrs. L "Ryan. Teachers .; .of . the" local-" public schools tendered Mr. and Mrs. . Ray mond Miller a shower last night at the home of Supt. and Mrs. W. E. Ed mund. Burglars forced a window in the cellar of the Spackman home, 225 W, Friendsliip street, Monday night and got away with a dozen or more cans of fruit. The Bible class of the Methodist Sunday school taught by Mr. George Woodruff, enjoyed a sociable evening last Tuesday at the home) of Mr. M. D, Kimmell. Dr. Frank Bohn of the Univers ity of Michigan addressed the high school this morning (Friday) on the subject "Changing Industrial and Ec onomical Phases." Several young marrie'd couples from town attended "The Passing Show" r.t a Cleveland play house last week. From all accounts they saw what they were looking for. Rev. F. W. Hass returned from his visit to the bedside of his father at Albany, N. Y., hospital. He reports his father as being stricken with can cer of the liver and without hope of recovery. Sealer of Weights and Measures Sedgwick has completed his annual re port, the totals showing as follows: Scales, boxes, milk cans, etc., sealed, 5To"; adjusted, 667; condemned for re pairs, 147; condemned, 2525; total, 9096. At a regular business meeting of Morning Star Lodge of the Odd Fel lows Monday night the following of ficers were elected: Chas. Roshon, N G.; C. M. Hatch, V. G.; J. F. Styer, rec. sec; J. A. Koons, fin. sec; J. L Neel, treas.; Wm. Kane, trustee. fraction transfer. But the government shows its feeling for the, fellow in debt and, faQs to fix any tax on mortgages.' A tax of 25 cents must be paid on powers of attorney. Every telegram or ieiepnuiie eon-: versation costing more than 15 cents requires a one-cent war tax Btamp. There is no tax placed on checks or drafts," but on notes or renewal of notes a two-cent tax is required on each note of less than $100 and two cents for each additional $100 or frac tion thereof. A half-cent tax is col- ected on each insurance policy. , . . , A ten cent tax is required on each power of attorney or proxy vote in any stock. A similar tax is placed on any certificate required by law. The government places a 25-cent tax on' all protested notes and bank checks, which is in addition to the regular protesting fee of $1.50. The war tax stamps run in, value rom one-eighth of a cent to $100. There are three classes of stamps, the I wine and cordia's, documentary andl proprietary and can be purchased at! the office of the revenue collector. I ater on it is expected that all of i these stamps will be for sale at the postoffice in each town and city, but; thee arrangements have not as yet been made. War Tax Law It really requires a marvelous amount of tact to appear thankful at Christmas for something you didn't want. After a fierce ten days' struggle by both wets and dry, Findlay voted dry by a majority of 363 Tuesday. Both wet and dry forces have center ed their efforts of the state upon Find- lay, as it is the first municipality to vote on this issue since the passage of thehome rule amendment. -y----:- w"m jicts . liliMl'L'ilitiiU'mHHiiln.in.Mui.l 71 Sill PIhiP U AL ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AMgc(allefteparalionBrAs stailatiniH'icFoorfaMRf Ciiia ttag Uic Stomaclis aalBowds of m Promotes Di&sttonGif ctfi- ness andRestXontatasffiltfttr OpiiouIorphine norMiaasL Not Narcotic. ii- - - - JtxJuM AcUteUtt- AnttSttt Sui- Aw-fect Remedy forCansflPt tlon,SourStDinach,Dlanliott WonasJConvnlsionsjeveriMr nessfflidLOSSor Sleee : ftcSinnle signature of Ibs Centaur Compass NEW YUKK.. I! Ill For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature : Guaranteed under the ou In Use For Over Thirty Years 1 Exact Copy of Wrapper. Thc oihtauh aeMmnVi Mm tokk city. Mrs. May Shepherd, charged with stealing chickens, i rabbits and pig cons, demands a jury trial in Elyria. Miss Natalia Fisher entertained the Ludine club at her home on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Gus Seiberling of Barberton is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. F. Wise. A committee from Warren saw Gov. Cox Monday about a proposition that has been started in the Trumbull county seat to have warring nations of Europe cease fighting during the Christmas holidays. Gov. Cox gave the committee a letter saying that he favored the plan. FOR SALE 5 acres with good buildings on E. Washington street, Medina; at a bargain. Phone 4219. lw '. Adolph Drummer, 21, Akron was held under a $1500 bond Monday for a preliminary hearing in police court on a charge preferred by Miss Sophia Waltz, West Park, Cleveland. Miss Waltz was the victim of an attack in a lonely part of the , city Saturday night LOST Two automobile chains on Lafayette road. Finder please return to Dr. W. A. STANLEY, Medina, lw t Y t ? ? ? ; t f t f t f T t f ? t ? ? ? t From the best made underwear In the world, . we have ; selected and sell ' "v;;; -v The Thee Greatest Union For Hen and Boys, Imperial Drop Seat Globe Trouser Seat and Duofold '' Imperial Drop Seat Union Suits insure perfect comfort for the wearer. Can't rub, bind or gap. Your size in your favorite fabric and weight is here. Price $1.00 to $3. GLOBE TROUSER SEAT UNION SUITS, with Gusset . Crotch and Trouser Seat, in every detail of fiinish are one of the best made union suits. They can't shrink, seams ' can't unravel, button holes won't tear and buttons stay on. Cotton, Worsted, Merino, Silk and Wool, all sizes ..........Prices $1.00 to $3.50. DUOFOLD UNION SUITS Consist of two individual and entirely different fabrics of which the inner is soft cotton and the outer fabric is fine wool. '',."' ;' .v The cotton absorbs the moisture of the body and the wool repulses the outer cold and retains the natural heat of the body. PHYSICIANS RECOMMEND DUOFOLD We sell it in Mens' and Boys' garments. YouH find your size in our well assorted stock of regular and stout sizes. Prices Boys' $1.00 to $1.25 Price Mens' up to $3.50 Thus. Ferri t f . f f t t f f ? ? T v t t t ? T ? J : SVYftfV uuuiuau m . Leading Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers. ? . The store clerk who gets seven dol lars a week and spends twenty dol lars for a Christmas present for his girl should be classed among "Christ mas greens." Never mind, ladies. The Christmas shopping doesn't come- out of your pockets. It is your, annual oppor tunity to get more than even with the men folks. : ... V A V V VV X I X X z t t 0up HSpeeial- 0Mstma$i Kiano OisEsl SfeBffil l Player-Pianos will mm1 Stand a Searehlkht I i READ THIS OFFER Select your Piano or PlayerPiano now nvestigation Here are FACTS, FACTS: t t f ? ? Y The new war tax law went into ef fect at midnight Monday night and from that time until the 81 day December, 1916, almost every person will contribute his or her share to ward making up a revenue to the gov e'rnment estimated to amount to more than $100,000,000 annually. T , , - -r.-r " Deputy collector, M. V. Leguillon ! A lifts been busy making collections and $ .supplying the demand for stamps. I J very lew jjcibuuo nave aujr iuco vj. , j the extent of the war tax and now it virill affect them. For instance, on . every seat sold in a palace or parlor tar, and every berth sold in a sleeping car, one cent must be paid by the com pany selling them. . Any one fi'ing a deed on property valued at between $100 and $500 will . j have to have a. 60-cent war stamp at ' tached", and an additional 60 cents for Pay Nothing Down It Will Be Delivered FREE in Your Home at Once. ... ' - . jj Start to Pay Small Weekly or Monthly Payments. Alter Uie XlOliaayS There are no strings to this offer. No red tape. No extras. You reveive our agreement in writing that we will refund all money paid, if the piano is found to be not as rep resented. What risk will you assume? What risk can there be? What more can we do to show you our good faith re garding the qualities of our pianos ? OUR GUARANTEE With each Story & Clark Piano we give a written quarantee that these Pianos are manufactured by us and. WAR RANTED FOR TEN YEARS from the date of its manufacture. ................ . . ... 1 . . . . Old Pianos Taken in Exchange , THIS OFFER IS THE MOST LIBERAL EVER MADE Are yon going to be one of the many who will benefit by this opportunity? Will you stop THINKING about buy ing a piano and Buy It Now? Settle the piano subject once and for all NOW, when you will derive so many benefits.' Delay is costly. , - We Are One of the Largest Manufacturers of High Grade, Pianos in the World and Will Sell at Factory Prices Until Christmas. : BARGAINS- Not our own make but fully Guaranteed- Used Upright Pianos $60, $85, $100 and lip Slightly Used (88-note) Player-Pianos $250, $300, $350 and up f t ? Open Evenings Until 9 O'Ciock Story & Clark Piano Go. MVG. Kimmell, Factory Salesman, Medina. THESE PIANOS ON DISPLAY AT THE KIMMELL WAREROOMS. . " Open Evenings Unta 9 OfClock ? ? t t ? t t T T T Y t f ?