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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1914.
' ' ' , , 1 . - - Fur Trimmings are Now all the Rage With the fear of a siege fading farther and farther into the back ground, Paris, with a characteristic rebound, has turned from the contem plation of business inactivity and darkened streets to the theater, the cafe and renewed commerce. The large dressmaking establish ments which are run by women have not closed. They have been kept open in the face of all the hard times. When there were no gowns to make, the employees were set to work upon the making of bandages and hospital garments, knitting mufflers and socks for the soldiers. In fact, the knitting of something has become such a iaa that fashionable women everywhere are knitting. Petrograd Blue with Lining of Crim son Gives a Militvary Look to Cape. But as the Germans were driven back from Paris the cal! for gowns from the outside world leaked thru and the designers began to fulfill the demand. Quite military are some of these new frocks. One frock seen recently was made of a new fabric on the broadcloth order, with the same high sheen, but a twilled weave in khaki color. The waist was made very sim ple, and with the body and s'eeves in one full length, fitting very closely below the elbow. There was a seam in the back of the waist, and the front was cut in a U shape, which was slit from the under part of the U to the waistline. On either side of this open ing, which was filled with a guimpe of heavy lace, the edsres were bound with black braid and large loops of trimmed on the under side with small er loops and buttons from wrist to elbow. The skirt was made with a full long tunic with a very wide band of relf-colored velvet around the bot tom of it. About six inches of the narrower underskirt showed beneath. The center of the skirt was slit down about twelve inches, the edges bound with the braid and the loops and but tons of braid on either side corres ponding to the placing of the loops on the waist The whole effect showed the influence which the uniforms of the combatants are having upon the fashions. Another frock noticeable for its mil itary effect was made of blue cloth and an abundance of gold braid. The present time of the year is an excellent one to buy clothes.. The freak styles of the early part of the season which lokked as though they might really be worthy of attention have been Rifted nnt. ariA tViprf in tint. the danger of buying something which ' will soon be out of style. Now the stores are beginning to clear out their stock and usually everything is re duced to a fraction of what they were at the beginning of the season. Bear in mind when buying the new clothes that the various loops and tucks which draped our coats last year areno more now the straight lines prevail. Bodices and coats fit the shoulders rather plainly, as do the . skirts at the hips, although they may flare out at the ankles to four or eight yards. The tight long sleeve is established and the short kimono sleeve has had its day, although the long sleeve made in this manner is still correct if it fits the lower arm closely. The raglan cut sleeve is no longer startling, but it is an accented style which may be bought with impunity if liked. The Jtrincipal thing is to know whether it s becoming or not. The Roman striped silks, so popular short time ago, must be viewed with suspicion, for they are being worn ,very little even as be'ts. Jnstead the girdles of wonderful Chinese and Jap anese embroidery are correct and the , waistcoats of stripes have given place to those of fur and fur-cloth. .. . . Most of the suits are trimmed with fur, perhaps just a band around the neck and sleeves; possibly narrow bands of it are used around the bot toms of tunics, collars and sashes. One stunning frock hadthe lower skirt section of a fawn colored broadcloth dress of beaver fur. Another suit had a waist coat of Persian lamb and Rus sian kolinsky was used for trimming bands. Net and satin are combined into many charming evening frocks, and one I have used for an illustration. Cream colored net i3 used for the bod ice and the pointed tunic. The girdle which goes up in a point in the front meeting the point of the V-shaped, neck, is of coral satin. A wide band of this satin finishes the bottom of the tunic and makes the lower skirt. The simplicity of the materials and development maks it especially be coming to the young women. , The military effect has kept the capes strongly in evidence and the cape used for evening wear in the il lustration is one made of Petrograd blue broadcloth and lined with deep rich crimson. The fur collar is made of kolinsky, a Russian mink which closely resembles sable. Net and Satin are Combined in this Smart Evening Frock Another evening frock consists of white faille silk and has a tulle tunic with a band around the bottom of white satin ribbon. This tunic is but a little shorter than the satin under skirt, which is edged with a fringe of glass beads two inches wide. The sailor hat is very smart, but is changing a little in shape. Now the right ide is narrower than the left and the crown is shallower. Some of the small hats look like hats of an years ago. Small and perched on the early Victorian period of seventy odd top of a head whose coiffure is pulled away from the ears they are distinct ly quaint. Even the streamers are re appearing in a modified way, and are to be seen on small sailors and toques alike. 'Handicapped This is the Case of Many Medina People. Too many Medina citizens are handi capped with bad backs. The unceasing pain causes constant misery, making work a burden and stooping or lifting an impossibility. The back aches at night, preventing refreshing rest and in the morning is stiff and lame. Plas ters and liniments may give relief but cannot reach the cause if the kidneys are weak. To eliminate the pains and aches of kidney backache you must cure the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys thousands tesify to their merit. Can you doubt Medina evidence Mrs. George W. Perkins, 544 W. S. Road, Medina, 0., says: "My kidneys gave me considerable trouble. I had severe attacks of backache. I suffered from headaches and spells of dizzi ness. Mornings I felt stiff and lame. I got Doan's Kidney Pills and after I had used them a short time the ail ments left me. Others in my family have used Doan's Kidney Pills with godd results." Price 50c at all dealers. Don't ask simly for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Fills the same that Mrs. Perkins had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Notice is hereby given that the An nual Meeting of the Ohio Farmers In surance Company for the election of directors and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before such meeting, will be held at the company'! offices at Leroy, Ohio, on Wednesday, January 13th, 1915. 16-3w DEAFNESS ' CANNOT BE CURED br local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that la by cOiiniiluliuimt remedies. Deafness is caused by inflamed con dition of the mucous lining' of the Eu stachian Tube. When this tube is en flamed you have a rumbling: sound or imperfect hearing-, and. when it is en tirely closed, Deaf nsess is the result, and unless the lnflamation 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 it noth ing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give one hundred dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) that cannot be' cured by Hall's Catarrh Curev Send for circu lars, free. .. r T. J. CHENEL A CO., Toledo, a Sold by Druggists, 7 fie. Take Hail's Family Pills for const! patio a. oejjjAiRD.s::1 EAR, NOSE AND THROAT AND FIT, TING OF GLASSES. Office over 0. n! Leach & Son's clothing store. Office dav every Saturday. Satisfaction IS A BIG PART 01 THIS EARTHLY EXISTANCE. WE'LL HELP YOU SO FAR AS NICE-FITTING, WELL-APPEAR-ING LAUNDRY GOES AND THAT IS A LOT, TOO. JUST LOOK US UP IN THE DIRECTORY. WE'LL DO THE REST. , The Medina Laundry PHONE 2R99 OR 1099 H.E.Hoover Truss-Fitting Expert. Trusses A scientific truss, which holds. s-,j curely, with less than one-ha'f the pressure of any other truss. No pres sure on the bacL No under-straps and elastic bands. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices are reasonable. Ladies and children as well as men properly eared for. Trusses, abdominal supporters, elastic hoisery, braces, artificial limbp Peoples Telephone 5292 " 45 S. Main st, Over Waldorf Theatre. Opp. M AKRON.' 0. 47tf One dozen Photo graphs make 12 Xmas presents. Make an appoint ment with Mcdowell North Court St. Sale Bills Printed Promptly at the Sentinel and notice of sale published free in the Sentinel. FOR SALE A single driving ham ess, nearly new; also rubber tired top buggy in good condition. 0. T. GARDNER, 225 S. Jefferson st Medina, 0. 12tf Fer Ftn&s And Vfllaje Property See Donaldson 50 acre fari.i; good 8-room, 2-story house; fair barn; on C. S. & C. Electric line; in Brunswick Township; . fertile soil, "well-watered, some timber; just the home for some, business man in Cleveland. Price reasonable. No. 67J4-A 20 acre farm, cheap; about 18 miles from Cleveland City limits. See Donaldson At once TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS Teachers' examinations are held In Medina on the flrrst Saturday of Sep . m K.a AirfAh.. T ...... f . . I. '' hv.uv?., vwwmoi t nilU.I , well) Ajr" rll. May, and on the last Friday of CANAAN Christmas exercises at the M. E. church on Christmas eve. . ir. Twills f PlttiralnnH TiiirrViaserl im. mum . -- y- - , jr the property known as the Allen Scott property and will move mere. Oscar Yingling and bride returned from their wedding trip one day last week. ' . ' The Lutheran Sunday school will ob serve Christmas by having appropri ate exercises on Christmas eve. Levi Fetzer of Akron spent Satur day and Sunday with relatives at this place. Mrs. J. Richard visited relatives in Marion and Mansfield last week. The Tiiit.Wan missionary society met Thursday with Mrs. Wile south west of town. Mrs. Betz of ChiDnewa Lake is vis iting her son Earl and family. Mrs. A. D. Summers and Mrs. M. Shaw of Medina snent several days last week with relatives and friends at this place. Mrs. Amstutz and little . 1 ll 1 A. daughter accompanied. tnem.nome vo remain several days. CHIPPEWA LAKE Kine Winter has arrived in all his power and glory. Wind, snow and ice and six below zero Tuesday morning. Lewis Loehr and A. S. Ritter, mem bers of the fire engine committee were in Cleveland the first of the week and purchased a fire engine for the town. It is a dandy. Mrs. Mary McCabe is under the doctor's care. Mrs. Dessie Derhammer returned Tuesday evening from a weeks visit in Cleveland. The B. & 0. has closed the office at the tower for the winter and M. R. Reese, the agent,' is expecting to spend the winter in Florida. The new owners of the tile and brick plant are doing some very ex tensive repairing. They have ordered three carloads of machinery for the plant and expect to have one- of the finest and best equiped plants in the state when finished. . A. TT. T,nehr and M. 0. Kindier are in Akron this week taking in the aut omobile snow. Mrs. A. G. McDonald is visiting at Eli Corner's this week. Levi Derhammer installed a new boiler at his mill last week. Mrs. Lydia Frazier is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Kitter, this week. Revival services are being1 held at the U. B. church, Rev. Patterson as sisting Bro. Whitehair. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leatherman left for Lima Tuesday after an ex tended visit with his sister, Mrs. M. 0. Kmdig. TIMES. FOR. HOLDING V' Courts of Appeals A. D. 1915 State of Ohio. Eighth Judicial District Court of Ap peals. It is ordered that the time of the beginning of the terms of the Courts of Appeal of the several Counties in said Judicial district for the year 1915 be fixed as follows, to-wit: Summit County on tie 13th day of Sentember. and the 12th day of Anril. Medina County on the 22nd day of September and the 6th day of May., Lorain County on the 27th day of September and the 26th day of April. Cuyahoga County on the 4th day of October and the 11th day of January. Said terms to begin at 9:30 o'clock, a. m. September 15, 1914. Louis H. Winch Walter D. Meals C. R. Grant -Judges 14-3 TIMES FOR HOLDING Common Pleas Courts, A. D. 1915 State of Ohio. Fourth Judicial District. It is ordered that the terms of the Common Pleas Court of the several counties in said judicial district, for the year 1915 be fixed as follows to wit: Lucas County on the 4th day of Jan uary, and the 5th day of April, and the 13th day of September. Ottawa County on .the 11th day of January, and the 12th day of April, and the 13th day of September. Sandusky County on the 11th day of January, and the 12th day of April, and the 13th day of September. Erie County on the 11th day of January, and the 12th day of April, and the 13th day of September. Huron County on the 11th day of January, and the 12th day of April, and the 13th day of September.- Lorain County on the 11th day of January, and the 12th day of April, and the 13th day of September. Medina County on the 11th day of January, and the 12th day of April, and the 13th day of September. Summit County on the 11th day, of January, and the 12th day of April, and the 13th day of September. It is further ordered that the Hon. Dayton A. Doyle be designated as Supervising Judge. , Stephen M. Young John T. Garver John P. Morton . Bernard F. Brougk Ralph Emery Curtis T. Johnson . Horace G. Redington " DaytonA. Doyle . W. J. Ahem, Jr. S. G. Rogers ' Judges Fourth Judicial District Dated at Norwalk, Ohio, this 20th day of October, A. D. 1914. : i t t t- T t y y ' a' a. Get that Xmas Gift at the n CLOTHING STORE Clothing, Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Shoes We give and redeem Eagle Trading Stamps. V x Shop early. Just a few days left t T 9 HEAD TO FOOT OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS Miller Block - - t ? Y T f t y t t y t y y y y y y y t y y Store is The. louse Ckri$t . r?' l . , V WE HAVE -SUITABLE, -SENSIBLE GITTS f f FOR, FATHER, MOTHER., BROTHER,, SIS- & TER, UNCLE, AUNT, C0U-5IN OR BACK AS V FAR A YOU WI-SH to 60. . X V A CUTTLERY, ALUMINUM WARE, SILVER-Y X WARE, CoPPEfl NICKELED WARE, SKATE-S f V WAGON J, VELOCIPEDES, TOOLS AND TOOL CHESTS. f Presents from a X cut saw for Father to a Washing Machine for Mother t f ? Y A PIEQE OF ALUMINUM WARE FREE WITH ? & EACH PURCHASE OF .4.. y "An endless line of endless store." y y y OATMS HDW. A MOST ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS ::' GIFT ' . l- "How well I temember the Christinas when there was handed to me a SAVINGS PASS BOOK issued by a local ; bank, showing a neat sum to my credit." That moment is one of the bright spots in my memory. J t I know of no more useful; more practical or more accept Z able Christmas fcift than this. It is not nnlv alwnva ' l v ui the price paid for it, but as interest accumulates, it increases in value." , WE Pay FOUR PER CENT THE EXCHANGE LODI v Capital and Surplus $80,000.00 E. P. COLLINS. President JNO. G. SWIFT, Cashier WE, WANT YOUR BUSINESS ' t t f T ? ? T X ? t - - lvieaina, u. X f T t f ALUMINUM UTENJIL-S Xmas gifts at the "X i y on SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. NATIONAL D A MTf STATE JttAWll IV -v." J V TIM, T 1 . AA