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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO.
MEDINA, OHIO, March 19, 1920 PAGE TWO NORTHWEST MEDINA CO. Mr. Farm Buyer Here is Your Chance f See our Spencer Office at once and get in on one of these Special Bargains. We have a few farms at the old price. 126 acres 1 and 1-2 miles west of Spencer. Good 7 room house, good barn 34 x 72 and other outbuild ings, fine level land. Special price and terms if sold this month. 60 acres, a dandy little house just south of Harrisville on the Pike road, good 9 room house, good barn, plenty of fine fruit, about 10 acres good timber. This is a dandy small farm, fine location and price. Only $6300 on easy terms. No. 22940 acres 2 miles north and 1 and 1-2 miles east of town, good 8 room house, barn 25 x 30, good level land. Price only $3500.00. 93 acres 1 and 1-2 miles south of Homerville, good 8 room house, barn 44 x 64, full set outbuildings farm well fenced and raises good crops. Fine . location, price only $8000, on easy terms. No. 33228 acres. A very good small farm 2 miles east and 1-2 mile north of Spencer. Good house, good barn and other outbuildings. Price $2860 good terms. 118 acres, three miles south of Spencer on the pavement, extra fine house, fine barn 40 x 80, good out buildings, land is very rich and the location is ideal. Special price and terms if sold at once. No. 321 98 acres owned by Wilson Bensinger, two miles north of Lodi, good 6 room house, good bank barn and shed, land very productive, lays good and is a money maker. Special price and terms if sold at once. If you are going to purchase a farm and take possession this Spring, it will pay you to see us at once. k The Men-Kartell-Dibble Co. THE BIG FARM AGENCY OFFICES: 148 Main street, Wadsworth, Ohio. 100 Main street, Spencer, Ohio. Medford Building, Akron, Ohio. BRUNSWICK REPORT of the condition of The Farmers' Savings Bank SPENCER, OHIO ( Unincorporated ) At Spencer in the State of Ohio, at the .close of buMlne February 28, 1020.. RESOURCES tioans on real estate $52,705.71 Loans on collateral. 23,637.19 Other loans and discounts .91,945.54 U. S. Bonds and securities . . 21,248.50 Other bonds and securities .. 16,200.00 Due from Reserve Banks J26.790.50 Exchange for clear ing 382.14 Cash in vault 3,514.09 30,686.73 Total $236,423.67 LIABILITIES Capital $ 10,000.00 Undivided profits less ex penses, interest and taxes paid 6,264.72 Individual deposits subject to check. .$111,004.81 111,004.81 Savings Deposits 109,154.14 109,154.14 Seeds of all kinds are scarce and high and may go higher. Leave your orders now. Let us figure with you on your spring fertilizer. We can make you excellent prices. We also have a nice line of fence, posts, machinery, etc. Total $236,423.67 I, J. B. Firestone, Cashier of the above named, The Farmers Savings Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowl edge and belief. J. B. FIRESTONE. State of Ohio, County Medina, ss: Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of March. 1920. H. C. Moore, Notary Public. Litchfield Elevator Co. Litchfield. Ohio CARD OF THANKS We extend our thanks to the rela tives, friends and neighbors, for the kindness shown us during our time of affliction and sorrow, also for the beautiful flowers. Mrs. Mary Webber and relatives. 301pd Mrs. Clayton Stephenson stepped thru a hole in the grainery floor and bruised one of her knees quite badly. The barn on the Cady farm towards Hinckley and owned now by Will Roey, was burned Monday evening several head of cattle, horses, hogs and all his farming implements were burned. A series of meetings wil commence at the M. E. church on next Sunday evening and continue until Easter. Rev. Bryenton, of Medina, will come out and help Rev. Knisley some of the time. Mrs. Hary Waite went to Ashland last Thursday to visit at Ernest Waites and H. H. Hitchcock's. Mr Waite went down Saturday and they returned Sunday. Eugene Williams is graining the wood work in two rooms in Ernest Brants home. Melvin Case and family, of Hinck ley, spent last Saturday here at his mothers. F. H. Gibbs and Geo. Denble bought the Elizer Wells farm. Monday was Miss Hazel Squires birthday. Last week Wednesday Mrs. J. F. Babcock prepared a special supper in honor of the occasion, the decorations were pink and white and covers were laid for seven. After school Friday Miss Squires went to her home at Wakeman and on Satur day evening her friends had a party for her. Miss Clara Bird spent the week end at Wooster with friends and attendei two basket ball games that Wooster played with others. Mrs. Mary Alden, of Cleveland, spent Sunday night and Monday with her mother, Mrs. Alex Gibbs. Will Gibbs and wife returned home from Florida last Thursday. Mrs. Walter Gough has had the cast removed from over her knee and now will get around with crutches for a while. Mrs. E. C. Miner left Wednesday morning to spend the rest of the week with her aunt in Fredonia, N. Y. Helen Miner was In the hospital last week as a patient instead of a nurse as she had an attack of the Flu. Elinore Benjamin was a victim last week of the Flu. Jackson Clark Allen was born in Erie, Pa., Oct 13, 1840 and died at Cuyahoga Falls, O., Mach. 1, 1920, aged 79 years. He was married in 1865 to Lida Pimlott of Sharon Ohio. To this union was born five children, two sons Roy and Frank and one daughter, Mrs. Sarah Wright, are still living, a son George died in 1905 and daughter, Mrs. Clara Boltz died in 18- 98. Mrs. Allen died in 1890 while they were living here on the farm now owned by Ralph Strong. The next year Mr. Allen and the children were living here at the Center in the old hotel when it burned down. He leaves besides the two sons and daughter, thirteen grand children and one great grand child. His body was brot here for burial last Sunday beside his wife son and a grand child. Mrs. Sarah Wright, Roy and Frank Allen and wife came for the burial. The Home Missionary society of the M. E. church will hold a sale of baked goods Saturday afternoon in the north room of the Benjamin and Lein- sider store. Will Evans was at Berea to see his sister Irene before they took her to the hospital in Elyria, where they ex pected to operate on her. A mad dog was killed here at the center last Thursday morning and as it had bit Henry Vaughns shepherd dog and two dogs of Bud Sanford's they all were killed too. Alvin Gibbs was home from Hiram Saturday night and Sunday. Some twenty of the Rebekahs went down to Strongsville Monday evening to a card party given to raise money to be used in the lodge tor incidental expenses. Uver one hundred were r 1 HE " t rrsEI B ESsBSErj Case 15-27 Kerosene Tractor ( Polls 3 or 4 Plows In fields where plowing is difficult tough or baked soil, stiff grades, etc. this Case 15-27iKerosene Tractor will pull 3 plows easilyv Where conditions are favorable, this factor, can pull 4 plows. So it is a favorite on the average farm. K ft neither too large nor too small. jln addition to its field work, it is designed , tor ' belt work, having the pulley properly placed. Wit will drive a Case 26x46 Thresher equipped with feeder and wind stacker or Other machines requiring similar power. TheCase 15-27 has abundant reserve power. While rated at 15 horsepower on he drawbar, it can deliver more than 18 horsepower. While rated at 27 on the belt, it can deliver 33 horsepower. It is ever ready for the hardest jobs. It never tires. t All gears are cut steel, enclosed and run in oil. It has a four-cylinder valve-in-head motor, mounted crosswise on a one-piece main frame. This affords the use of all spur gears. A Case Sylphon Thermostat controls the cooling system and insures complete com bustion of kerosene. A Case air washer de livers clean air to the carburetor. There are dozens of betterments found only in this tractor. You should be familiar with them, so that you may make a careful comparison. May we nave tne opportumtvgooq to point out Case superiorities? BRUNSWICK GARAGE present. number of members from Berea were present Mrs. Lula France, of Cleveland, is staying here at her fathers, Dr. Wood and taking treatment for the hives, which she has suffered for about six months. Mrs. Lottie Butler, of Cooperstown has been for a number of days at her fathers, Columbus Brant's. Nellie Brant is able to be up and around the house and is on the gain. Harlie Kellar and wife have rented the rooms in the Gibbs block, vacated by Dwight Smith, and expect to be settled for house keeping by Sunday. Kirk Cook, wife and son, Mrs. Ida Cook, Mrs. Helen Bayer, of Seville, D. M. Sanford and wife, of ' Medina spent Sunday at Budd Sanfords. Little Nellie Peck has been quite sick the past week with appendicitis pains. Mrs. Gertrude Humphreyyof Berea was out Sunday to see the little grand daughter, baby of Ruth Smith. George Newton and wife, of Clev land are moving this week from one street to another and Dwight Smith and wife will occupy the rooms vacat ed by George. Clarence Mayer returned home from the hospital Sunday wher he had been operated on for appendicitis. Pomono Grange will meet at Mallet Creek, on Saturday, March 27. The officers of our Farm Bureau are: Pres. Ralph Strong, Sec. Carroll Damon and they have a board of di rectors of fourteen members, these officers meet the third Friday even-, ing of each month and the whole or ganization meets the first Friday eve ning. At the Grange meeting Tuesday evening, E. F. Wyman and wife, Verne Miner and wife and Mrs. Ralph Strong were given the first two de grees. Addison Lockwood died last Thurs day at his home near Barberton and the funeral was held Sunday and he was laid to rest 'in the cemetery beside his wife. The High school base ball team had a pie and ice cream social in Town hall last Friday night at which they took in nearly $18.00, which will help them in getting equipped for the spring base ball fever. The Senior Domestic Science class had a St. Patrick's social in Town hall Wednesday evening. The Band boys met again Monday night for practice. On account of weather and sickness they had not met for several weeks. Dr.. Wood stepped in the stall beside of his little black horse to spray her for lice and she became frightened and plunged ana got the doctor down and kicked him m the leg, which he has been quite lame on since. Mrs. E. E. Rice returned home Tuesday, after being away all winter. Mrs. David Sprague returned home Monday after spending the winter in Medina at F. A. Clements. BRUNSWICK, OHIO KEROSENE TRACTORS LITCHFIELD 'Miss Edna Williams, of Lodi spent several days at the home of her uncle, TV . 11 171 1 in ! ueii varans ana iamiiy. Miss Helen Smith was in Cleveland over Sunday. Dudley Damon return 3d home with her, he was improved so much in health since coming to Litchfield it is hoped he will be able to enter school next week. Miss Ilah Jennie -and Misses Mar cella and Natalie Fisher, of Medina, were over Sunday guests at H. E. Jen nes. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rising Jr, who recently came from Jersey City, N. J., will soon be at home to their friends at their new home, they having bought ;he property of Mrs. Kemerling. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rising, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rising and son were recently in Elyria at the home 3f Mr. and Mrs. Loren Havr hplnino- to celebrate little Paul Hayer's first Dirtnaay. Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman and daughter, from Elyria, are spending hree weeks with their brother on the Giesinger farm on the Smith road. Mrs. Crawford, of Cleveland, moth er of Mrs. Swanker and Mrs. Freir, died last week Wednesday of the Flu. Mrs. Swanker h hoon rarimr fnr Viar for several weeks. Miss Rntli Swank er and Mrs. Trier, from Litchfield attended the funeral which was held last week Saturday. Miss Ada Swart, nf over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Baset nazar. Mrs. John Bart pnt.pvfninnH fha sons and danchter.c at. Hinnnr Incf Fri day in honor of Mr. Barts mother, It Demg ner wrtnaay, she also re ceived a goodly number of birthday cards. Miss Hatt.ie RivVi some tfme with friends in Oberlin. Joe Mallory, of Cleveland, is at the home of C. H. Sears. The Dlav eriven bv the hmvie talent last Saturday night, was a grand suc cess, all parts were well rendered, showing that much time had been spent in learning the parts. $79.00 was taken in at the door. The home talent nlav that, wao given last Saturday night will again be given Wednesday, March 24, at the Town Hall. This is for the bene fit of the Kinir's Daughters. Evpt-v I one come. It is expectced to have or- cnestra music and tableaux. The lighting will be the same as before. ABBEYYILLE Mr. and 'Mrs. John tCemn entertain ed Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Selby, of Cleve land, ounaay. i . George Steingass spent over the week end at his mothers, Mrs. Mary Steingass. Miss Ozella Frank visited her schoolmate Miss Alice Walsch, Sun day. Marian Ulmer, of Cleveland, visit ed over the week end at his parents mr. ana Mrs. lieorge Ulmer. Miss Olive Singler who is working at Valley City, spent Sunday at home. CARD OF THANKS To Mrs. Jane Wright for the Bible that she donated to the Second Mis sionary Baptist Church of Medina. We the members of the said church do extend to her our heart felt thanks. We pray that God may bless her boun tifully. By order of die church, X W. 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