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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1914.
r, Hutr vniuvuuinjniinnnnnnuiriri j LOCAL EVENTS uinjTJinnnrinnnxLrirvAnnnnt The Medina Coterie met Wednes day with Mrs! A. P. Nichols. An advertised letter at the Medi na postoffice is for Eugene Crane. Senior Camp Fire met this week with Avonel Hanchey on Monday ev ening. The Ladies of the Maccabees held their annual election of officers Fri day night. Mrs. H. H. Root entertained the Tuesday Thimble club at her home this week. Mrs. Ella Templeton entertained her Sunday school class at her home Friday evening. Miss Rena Webber entertained last Friday evening in honor of her cousin, Miss May Lowe. -. . Mr. H.H. Root entertained his Sunday school class of boys at his heme last Friday evening. Master James Thompsett, who has been confined to his home with rheumatism is much improved. Elbridge Burt and George Bar tholomew will superintend the Friday night dances in the I. 0. 0. F. hall. Judge Kennan granted a marriage license Thursday to Geo. R. Dannley of Barberton and May V. Lowe of Me dina. The Willing Workers' circle of King's Daughters held a Xmas meet ing at the home of Mrs. Floyd Pelton yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Steeb, former ly of Medina, now of Columbus, were hostesses of a large dancing party on Saturday night Irvin Griesinger and family will move to Wadsworth next Monday, where Mr. Griesinger and his father-in-law have purchased a buggy works. The condition of W. H. Hobart, who recently fell and , sprained his ankle, is quite serious, Mr. Hobart being unable to move about the house, The Clytean club held their an nual Xmas party Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Will Hammer- achmidt, who was assisted by Mrs. L. Ryan. The Pythian Sisters team are requested to be present next Monday evening for drill practice. Business of importance is to come before the lodge. St Paul's Guild will entertain the Sunday school members of the church with a chicken dinner in the parish "v house Wednesday, followed by a Xmas tree and exercises. The Friday, Afternoon club will be entertained this afternoon with a Christmas tea by Mrs. C. L. Griesing er and Miss Clara Steeb at the home of Mrs. Griesinger. The "City Fathers" of Chippewa Lake have ordered a new fire engine from a Cleveland firm, which will double the efficiency of the village in fire fighting facilities. County Clerk Hatch received ,. a a telegram Thursday morning from Columbus authorizing him toannounce the extension of the season for hunt ing rabbits to Saturday night, Dec. 19, at 6 o'clock. The court docket of criminal cases set for the September term dis closed six cases of abandonment of legitimate children and six cases of larceny, four of which carried the ad ditional charge of burglary. Miss Mary Leah Gish, Miss Abby B'akeslee, Mr. O'Donnell and Mr. Bartunek sang a beautiful quartet at i"ie meeting of Ladies and Knight of Security Wednesday evening. The Medina Sorosis holds it Xmas meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. H. Leach. Thimble and luncheon is the order with' a Red Cross offering instead of exchange of gifts. Ben Lee, a Chinese operating a laundry in Youngstown, and Alvira Beaudin of Leavittsburg, a native of Germany, obtained a license to wed in Warren Monday. It i3 the first union of the kind ever recorded in Trumbull county. A. E. Young purchased the Wells' property on W. Washington street Wednesday. Next Wednesday Mr. Wells will offer his household goods for sale as they will break up house keeping for the winter owing to Mr. Wells' health. Charles L. Sydenstricker of Wey mouth, who has been confined in the State hospital at Massillon for some time, died in that institution Thurs day morning. The deceased was born in Virginia in 1837, and was a soldier of the confederacy. His funeral will be held from the home of his daugh ter, Mrs. E. Z. Worden, probably some day this week, although the date had not been set as we went to press. Thursday afternoon Helen , F. Weiland, through her attorney, Arth ur Van Epp, filed suit against her hus band, Homer F. Weiland, for divorce. Plaintiff charges that .defendant is a 1 habitual booze-fighter and not only has made a practice of beating her from time to time, but singled out , Thanksgiving day to blacken one bf her eyes.' Plaintiff says she has been compelled to leave , Homer' several times) but upon his promise to re form shg has consented' to resume marital relations with him' In each case, she avers, he was godd until his old friend, John Barleycorn, showed p, then all was off. . : A petition is being circulated in Brunswick asking that a brick road be put in that portion not at present paved. In the event that this be pav ed the automobilrt will have a brick pavement from Valley City to Cleveland. Dr. Damon attended the first an nual reunion of the Cleveland Homeo pathic Medical society at Columbus on Saturday last Dr. J. G. Hemington of Uniontown, Penn., a former resi dent of Medina, returned home with Dr. Damon and spent Sunday with him. Misa T,. Parmell of 10103 KemD- ton avenue. Cleveland, was seriously injured when she alighted from a Southwestern car at cerea ounaay morning. Her dress caugnt on tne platform latch and she fell violently to the ground. A doctor was sum moned from Kamms and the injured lady, was conveyed to a neighboring home. Miss Louise Sitzenstock of the Lakcide training school of nurses de livered a lecture on health to the Wana Wesa Campfire girls at the home of Miss Margaret Borger Sat- urady evening. Miss Sitzenstock is now taking the social course at the Women's college. . Under the new fereral emergency war tax, property valuations must be given when deeds and mortgages are registered. "One dollar and other considerations," the customary pnrase used when real estate transactions are made, is no longer sufficient. Ex act value of the property must be given, so that the proper documentary revenue stamps ma ybe affixed. Miss Delia Alden suffered a stroke of paralysis some time Monday night at her home 108 Public Square. Miss Alden previously had been in usual good health and apparently as well upon retiring. She was found in an unconscious condition by a member of the family Tuesday morning, and all efforts to ral'y her have been fu tile. Her condition is regarded as critical. ' Medina Hive No. 49 of the Ladies of the Maccabees elected the follow ing officers for the ensuing year: "com mander, Mrs. , Addie Burt; Lieut Commander, Lovina High; Past Com mander, Mina Kernan; chaplain, Anna Spitzer; Record Keeper, Mary K Long; Finance Auditor, Estelle Strong lady-at-arms, Elizabeth Somers; ser geant, Ella Robinson; sentinel, Esther Collins; picket, Carrie , Hoover. , f t ? T X t f ? V V T FRUIT We Are Headquarters MORE FOR 25c Than any other place in town XMAS CANDY ALL KINDS Also BUTTERNUT BREAD C. ML CANNON 207 S. Court Street " t ? -? '? t f f T T Y t T V ? . t f t ? Ohio Lady Recovers After, Years of Stomach Torture Mrs. Nora Britton Tells of Wonder ful Results From Use of Mayr's Stomach Remedy. Mrs. Nora Britton is. well known in Caldwell, where she has lived some time. Her many friends, who know the suffering she has endured from stom ach trouble are marveling at the sud den and astonishing improvement in her condition. Mrs. Britton credits her good for tune to a trial of Mayr's Wdnderful Stomach Remedy, and describes her experience as follows. . "For four years I suffered, no one knows what. I had six doctors but re ceived no benefit One said ti was ca tarrh of the stomach, another recom mended an operation. I had given "up all hope when I saw an advertisement of Mayr's Wodnerful Stomach Reme dy and decided to try it. Thank God, relief came at last I can't say enough for it I am pleased and thankful. I am recommending it to every person I meet, suffering with this ailment." Juft such letters come from all over the country, Mayr's Wonderful Stom ach Remedy convinces with the first dose no long treatment. Mrs. Brit ton's experience is typical. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive tract of mucoid accretions and poisonous matter. , It brings swift relief to sufferers from stomach, liver ,bowel trouble. Many declare it has saved them from dan gerous operations and many are sure it has saved their lives. We want all people who. have chronic stomach trouble or constipation; no matter of how long standing, to try one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stom ach Remedy one dose will convice you. This is the medicine so many of our people have been taking with sur prising results. The most thorough system cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy is now sold by leading druggists everywhere. t f ? f f t t r t t t t t t Desirable Xmas Gifts for Men and Boys Handkerchiefs, 10, 15 25 and 50c. x i . ; : Linen and silk Neckwear, 25c, 50c and $1.00. The newest design. Hosiery, 10c, 15c, 25c, and 50c. Cotton, wool, silk. "Holeproof 6 pairs for $1.50 guaranteed 6 months. -,, ' Mufflers, 25c, 50c and $1.00. Ways, Phoenix and Oxfords. . , Suspenders, 25c to $1.00. Plain and Fancy. Belts, 25c, 50c and 75c. , Gloves and Mittens, 25c to $2.00. Lined or unlined, . Wool, Kid and Mocha. Fur Gloves and Mittens, $2.00 to $4.00. Shirts, 50c, $1.00 up to $3.00. Plain, Fancy, silk. Hats, $1.00 to $3.00. The seasons latest styles. Caps, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50; Fur caps, $1.50 to $5.00 Umbrellas, $1.00 to $6.00, always acceptable. - Suit Cases and Bags, $1.00 to $10.00. Pocket Books, 50c, 75c and $1.25. Night Robes and Pajamas, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. . .Cotton an4 Flannel. Bath Robes and House Coats, $4.00 to $10.00 Sweaters and Jerseys, $1.00 to $8.00, all colors. Mackinaw Coats, Boys, $4.00 and $5.00. Men's, $5.00 to $8.00, very popular. Raincoats and Balmacaans, $5.00 to $25.00. A large line of up-to-date models. Overcoats and Suits A complete stock at Right Prices. t Y Y ?. Y: t f f t f r f t Thos. Ferriman SSons'l Leading Gottyers, ; Hatters and Furnishers. Just because your wife tells you to buy her something useful don't think she will be satisfied if you send her home a barrel of flour. Charles Myers, Lorain, his face bat-, tered, was fined $25 and costs in police court here when he admitted peeping in windows:" - ' ' f t t ? ? f t ? y f t t f f t t t f t f f ? ? ? ? f ? ? ? 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