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The Medina sentinel. [volume] (Medina, Ohio) 1888-1961, December 18, 1914, Image 6

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Only one week until Christmas. Gentlemen have you decided as to what your' wife"
would like for a Christmas present? If not, let us offer some suggestions. : i
How many things a
man can forget after he
is married. But he can
make up a lot of them
by giving his wife a
power washer for Christmas.
Which will you choose, $500 for pleasure or $70 to decrease the work for that little
wife of yours? Just think how your wife would appreciate such a gift if you was in her place.
A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year to all.
Come to
the Christmas Store
mis . store caters to
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i ne seryiceaoie ana
practical Christmas
gifts as well as toys. Our
line of Sweater Coats,
Gloves and Mittens, Un
derwear, Blankets,
Comforts, Hoods, Scarfs
Hosiery, etc., are well
assorted and we can
supply your wants and
save you some money.
Come in let us prove it.
Ladies' $3.00 Sweaters cut to $2.69
Boys' $5.50 Suit cut to $4.25
Boys' Knit toques and caps ....50c
Men's $1.50 wool top Shirts ....$1.00
Men's Fine Plush Caps 50c
Men's Heavy Fleeced Union Suits,
Men's Heavy Fleeced Shirts and
Drawers 45c
Men's Heavy Wool Sweaters ..$3.50
Men's Heavy Shirts and Drawers 89c
Men's Heavy Wool Sox 25c
Men's Fine Quality Dress Shirts 50c
Men's Furback Gloves 75c
Ladies' Auto hoods 85c
Children's Toques and Caps 25c, 50c
Ladies' Umbrellas . .$1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Ladies' Guaranteed Kid Gloves $1.15
Ladies' Silk Scarfs ..50c, 75c, $1.00
Ladies' Fine Wool Hose 25c
Ladies' Comb and Brush Sets
50c to $3.00
Ladies' Manicure Sets ..25c to $1.00
Men's Shaving Sets ....50c to $2.00
Men's Smoking Sets ....50c to $2.00
Ash Trays 25c to 50c
Shaving Mugs 15c, 25c
Shaving Brushes.. 10c to 25c
"Christmas Candies"
Large assortment, best
quality, all fresh and
special price per lb. 10c
Why pay more?
Chocolates fine quality,
put up in 1 1 lb. i boxes
Saturday only lb box 19c
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AiNr THAT 4UK? ... . . ; W CAN AFFORD A WASHlM 1 ' N V
Don't HAve to I V MACHINE AND GAiOUNC 1 v A . 1 ,
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An automobile will cost
, mA j
you from $500 and up.
Corner Smith Road and S. Court Street
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A wasmng macnme ana -
engine complete will goods,
cost you less than $70.
Mr. Bryant, who suffered a islight
paralytic stroke last week, is improv
ing. The burial of Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe
took place in Huntington on Thurs
day. Mrs. Howe has been a very pa
tient sufferer from a cancer for a
long time.
From all reports we believe that
the Spencer band is prospering very
nicely. We hope that soon they will be
able to give us some' public music,
which will surely be hignly appreciat
ed bv all the townspeople.
Mrs. Henry Auble is spending a
week with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ship
man of Huntington.
Sec. Stow met with the Y. M. C. A.
boys Tuesday evening. Twentyrseven
boys were present This shows a
great interest in the work which is
being done by the new secretary.
Mrs. Roberts from Lima is visiting
her mother, Mrs. Garriss.
The high school will give an enter
tainment consisting of three plays and
music, Saturday evening, December
Mr. and Mfs. Frank Rebman spent
a few days this week in Lodi at Tom
Menry Watkins of Cleveland spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. D. A.
Mrs. Ed. Mills, who has been quite
sick, is slowly improv.ng.
Mrs. John Radie and Mrs. E. J.
Handyside were callers Sunday -afternoon
at Geo. Burrer's in Belden. Mrs.
Burrer is sick.
Miss Pearl Fritz went to Inwood,
lowa, last Thursday, where she ex
pects to spend the winter. i
Mr. Jay Borlow and wife of Ken-1
tucky are visiting his parents, Fred
Barlow and wife. j
Esther Swanker of Lakewood is
spending her three weeks vacation at
her home. '
The bazaar given by the ladies of
the Congregational churh was one
grand success in every way. A large
crowd was in attendance. The large
assortment of articles that was on ;
sale sold very readily. A short musi- j
cal program was enjoyed by all.
'. Miss Hazel Toolts is in poor health. 1
wora nas Deen received that Mr. A.
O. Chapin of Akron is very poorly.
Mr. Chapin has had to give up his
work to care for her.
FOR SALE Good Portland sleigh
cheap. Dr. W. A. STANLEY, Medina,
O. 16wl
Children Cry
If you want clean hands-
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The only Christmas
present that will take
the blue out of Monday
for years to come is a
power washer. Imagine
yourself in her place and
: j then die.
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Akron Auto Show
This is the weejc of the Auto Show irTAkron. All who have '
cars or who expect to buy cars will be interested in looking over
this exhibition. ' 1
We have perhaps the largest space at the show, but this does -
not permit us showing half the new models we now haVe in stock.
Other 1915 models of Overlands, Chalmers and Franklin cars
may be seen at our show room at 230 S. Main street, and at the
garage, 22 E. Buchtel avenue. Here you may see the cars in (
operation and. here also you may inspect the largest stock of '
used and rebuilt cars in the city. ' "
Make our store your headquarters when in Akron.
Akron Auto Garage Go.
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by disease. Piles and rectal diseases treated without the use of the knife 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
satisfaction elsewhere.
Dr. Kutchin is a graduateof two leading Medical Colleges. He has nevef
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. KUTCHIfTS 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.
HE Dili! A
Will be on Friday, Jan. 1st, at
Of fice hours B-a. rh. !to 13 m.
I'll deliver the
Has been making regular visits to
this county for over twenty years.
Has had over twenty-five years
experience ip'the treatment of
Chronic Diseases of Men
and Women
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

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