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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO.
MEDINA, OHIO, March 26, 192
LOCAL BRIEFS
w M Rraneh. of Lakewood was a
caller in town, Wednesday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Elbridge
Gibbs, March 24, a daughter.
There is a new baby boy at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barnett
The Root Co. recently shipped a
car load of their products to New Or
leans and has opened a branch office
There are three smallpox cases
in Lodi, and County Physician Bnnt
nall is planning to quarantine the af
flicted and close the schools.
E T. Peirce, auto livery,and the
Cole laundry agency, have moved
from their quarters on West Washing
ton street to the room one door east.
State speakers will be here for
the Interchurch convention to be held
in Medina April 7. The place for the
meeting has not yet been agreed upon.
The W. C. T. U. will hold a soc
cial meeting at the home of Mrs.
John Gates, N. Elmwood, Friday, Mch
26, at 2:30 p. m. A short program
and light refreshments will be serv
ed. Ladies bring your work.
Akron has instituted a "flying
squadron," in an auto.in its police pa
trol affairs. And why not? Such a
squad can cover much ground two and
three times during the night, and in
case of need it will be already organ
ized for a chase in or out the city.
An Akron Judge sentenced a wife
beater to be whipped with the same
strap he used on his wife. The offi
cer gave him a good whipping and
now other brute husbands want to
know where there is any law permit
ting such an outrage. V, ... .
Motorists touring in Canada this
summer should be careful to carry
identification cards with them. Then,
if you would stay over night make
certain that you take out a 30 day per
mit, and if staying more than a month
bond your car. That's all for this
time.
A young man about town who
doesn't possess all his senses, and who
has been teased until he is becoming
dangerous, knocked Attorney Smith's
glasses off Tuesday and broke $10
lens. Its going to soon become neces
sary to lock this young man up, or the
folks who tease' him.
-,-Therr is a new law for the inspec
tion of hotels and boarding houses,
by the State Fire Commissioner.
There are laws for the clean-up of
these places, and a requirement on
the part of the inspector that he not
only recommend certain improvements
but that he stay and see that they are
done.
The funeral of Judge Graves,
who died several weeks ago and whose
body was placed in the vault at Spring
Grove cemetery, until the weather
should moderate, will be held at the
vault Saturday morning, at 10 a. m.,
Rev. Caulk officiating. The G. A. R.
and Bar Association will attend in a
body. Burial at Seville.
As an indication of the problems
that face a man or firm who contem
plate building this year we give this
little incident. One of the Medina
hardware dealers last week sent order
for 20 items entering in constructive
work. In reply he was told the firm
could not at this time supply 16 of
the items.
Agents for the Beard Puncture
less tire, built in Lisbon, this State,
had the tire on exhibition Tuesday.
It is a tire made largely of springs
and while it runs a rubber tread the
metal springs in the tire take up the
shock of transportation, a puncture
don't stop the machine, and it is at
least a promising substitute for the
present pneumatic tire.
The Root Co. is working ten hours
a day now.
S. C. Seale is the new County
suDt. of schools in Lorain county.
The Root Co. is planning to in
stall three Western Union clocks in
its plant here.
Cities and towns that are on the
alert for robbers and burglars are the
ones given a wide berth by these gen
try. The Pythian Sisters will give a
dance in K. P. hall on Monday night.
Good music will be furnished. The
proceeds for benefit of the Pythian
Home.
The body of Mrs. Grace Wilford
was brought here for burial from
Wakeman, O., Tuesday. Mrs. W.,
was the wife of Walter Wilford for
merly of Medina.
V. R. Musser, of Oberlin, will
move to Medina April 1 and take
charge of the new cash grocery to be
opened in the new room in the Miller
House, near the B & O. depot.
The story was going the round
that Street Commissioner Loomis had
resigned, giving as a reason that the
job was t oo heavy for his state of
health. 'This could not be confirmed.
On Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
"The Hour of the Crucifixion" A
Meditation Service will be given in
the Methodist church. The service
is wholly musical and Mrs. Bigelow
will sing. The public is invited.
An informal reception will be
tendered to Pastor Irwin and his
family at the Baptist church Monday
evening March 29 at 7:30. A hearty
invitation is extended to members and
their families and also to all friends
of the church.
Clerks of the Warner-Hemmeter
store gave a picnic supper Thursday
evening at the home of Mrs. Edna Lo
omis in honor of Joe Bartholomew
who leaves soon for Cleveland.
The G. R. 0. W. Class will have
a pie social at the Poe Grange hall
tonight, March 26. Ladies are re
quested to bring a pie. Proceeds
will go to piano fund. Ther will be
amusements for the evening.
Two spikes taken from the old
Medina county jail, razed in 1822, are
on display in the show window at
High's jewelry store. They are the
property of J. Hplben, who has fabri
cated one into a letter opener.
Eye experts say that the picture
shows do not harm the eyes, They
do say, however, that people who have
defects will often be made aware af
that fact thru constant visitations to
the picture shows, and that then they
should have their eyes treated or glas
ses fitted.
The Masons had an inspection
and banquet Wednesday evening in
LOdd Fellows hall. Robert E. Lee, of
AKron, one oi ine most aisunguisnea
higher-ups of the order in Ohio was
here and made the inspection. The
Masons enjoyed one of the most
unique of the social events of the
past winter season.
Win. A. Lee, an old and respected
citizen of Seville was buried at the
cemetery in that place Sunday after
noon. The funeral was held from
the M. E. church. Mr. Lee was about
77 years old and had been a life-long
resident of Guilford township. He
was well known as a teacher and had
been justice in that township for
many years.
At the Kiwanis luncheon this
week a local speaker will occupy the
time. The committee were unable
to secure one of the men whom it was
desired to hear. The next three dates
however, have ben filled. Harry
I Davis will come April 2, Congress
I man Davey April 9, and a third speak
er has accepted for the week follow
ing. But this week conditions seem
ed to stagger the committe.
What should the boy's Eas
ter suit be?
If Easter Suiday were the
only time you expected your '
boy to wear his new suit, you
wouldn't need to bother much
about its suality-the strength
of the fabric and the thoro
ness of the workmannhip
But he is going to wear it
for months to come and you'd
like it to hold its shape and
be as stylish looking for a
long time as it is going to be
the first time it is worn
These Suits Will
Give Good Service
Long After
Easter is
Forgotten
Here are smts you can
count on for wear. The boy
will be proud to have one and
you'll be proud 6f his appear
ance when he does.
The materials are fine.
Quite a lot of attractive pat- I
terns. The manly styles
which boys like so well.
Thos. Ferriman & Son
CLOTHIERS, HATTERS AND HABERDASHERS.
COMMISSIONERS BOOST
NORTH COURT PAVING
$200 from the dog fund was ordered
transferred to Medina Co. Humane
Society.
Commissioners agree to pay 50 per
cent of the cost of constructing an 18
foot concrete pavement on Bank st.,
Lodi, from the west corporation line
to the W. & L. E. Ry. tracks; also on
Medina street from present brick pav
ing to corporation line.
Commissioners authorized the build
ing of a culvert on Brunswick center
road one and half miles from village.
Agreement made to pay half of cost
of constructing 18-foot 8 inch deep
concrete pavement on N. Court street,
from end of brick paving to city limits
this in lieu of $6000 formerly appro
priated for this work.
Commissioners agreed with York tp.
trustees to repair road from corpora
tion line of Medina to B. & 0. Ry.
crossing in York tp., county to pay 50
per cent of cost; not to exceed $3000
for present year.
WILL GIVE DANCES TO
RAISE MONEY FOR SIRENE
?v
The Medina Fire Department held
its regular meeting Friday night with
a good attendance. The proposition of
buying a siren announcer was dis
cussed and as council has no money to
pay for this improvement, the boys
decided to raise the funds and buy one
themselves.
A series of dances will be hela to
raise the money $475 is necessary.
The first dance wil be held in Odd
Fellows Hall on Wedneday evening,
April 7. Other date will be announced
later.
The question of buying rubber-coats
for the firemen was discussed. Council
has told the firemen that it has no
possible funds, and as the boys must
have the coats, it was finally decided
that instead of paying the firemen for
their work at fires outside the city
limits, the money thus received from
pleased contributors will be put into a
fund and the coats paid for out of this
fund.
Firemen after the business of the
evening, enjoyed a feed Dallas War
ner acted as cook, Dr. Wise helped in
the serving, and the boys all report a
pleasant' social time.
FIXING UP OLD TIRE
COSTS SAME AS NEW ONE
That Council is in the hole and can
scarce see over the edge is largely due
to bad management, much being trace
able back to previous councils. But
here's one on the council.
One of the tires on the Ford chemi
cal was dead and should have been
buried. When the chief asked for a
new one, he was told to have the old
one fixed up. It was taken to a re
pair man and he said it would cost as
much to fix up the old tire as to buy
a new one. But council had said it
would not buy a new tire and to have
the old one fixed up; and for protec
tion's sake the Chief had no other al
ternative 'except to have it fixed. Th;s
he did and the repaired tire costing as
much as a new one lasted just four
weeks. But the Council had no money
for new tires, but would run its face
tor repairs.
SCOUT WAITING LIST,
TROOP TO BE ENLARGED
DELCO SALESMEN ENJOY
CONVENTION- BANQUET
Medina Boy Scout Troon is crow
ing nicely and under the new com
mander is making fine progress. Six
new members were taken into the
troop at the meeting Tuesday evening
there is a waiting list of 7 ; and appli
cation has been made to increase th
troop to accomodate the boys who wish
to have a part in the work.
The boys are making progress in
the drill and in the information they
are supposed to acquire and which is
a large part of the Scout work. As
the trees bud and the grass grows the
boys show stronger desire to get-out
on scout work, all of which will come
in good time'.
BREAKING OF HER HIP
DIRECT CAUSE OF DEATH
Mrs. Sophia Carlton died at the
home of 0. E. Bowman Saturday
morning, at the age of 76 years. She
had been in feeble health for several
weeks, having slipped on the ice, fal
len and broken her hip some little time
before. Being well along in years
her injuries would not heal and she
passed away Saturday.
The funeral was held at the late
home Monday at 11 a.m. with funeral
and burial at Waltz U. B. church at
Layfayette. Rev. Fair preached the
sermon. Rev. Watson had charge of
the services at the home.
FIRST HIGH BALL GAME
SCHEDULED FOR APR. 16
Prospets are good for two ball teams
in Medina High. There is much ma
terial asking to get in and much of it
looks good to .trainer Rader. Two
teams will likely be organized, with
the incentive for a place on the
first.
Many games have been offered-and
Mr. Rader is making up a schedule as
fast as he can get definite replies. The
first game of the season will be played
with the LeRoy team in Medina on
Friday, April 16.
WILL PUTNEW SHOW
ON IN THIS CITY
Mr. Earle Schlechtv an old Medina
boy, who is known on the stage as
Earle Newton, arrived from Chicago
with his partner Mr. David Living
ston, last Thursdav. Mr. Newtnn nnH
Mr. Livingston have beeh with the
Minnelli Bros, for years, and having i
severed connections with that show'
are organizing their own show, to be
known as the Newton & Livingston
Comedy Dramatic Company with a
complete new tent outfit, and intend
to make Medina their headquarters,
further announcements regarding
their big opening which will be about
May 1st, will be made later. Adv.311p I
FOR SALE Cheap, Ton and 1-4
truck with cattle rack, in A No. 1 con-;
dition, just been overhhauled.
F. H. Brought, Phone 1388 30tf I
' V. C. Osgood, the local dealer for
Delco lighting, is honw from the con
vention of Delco salesman in Dayton.
Dayton is the home of tlie Ddco sys
tem, and here the company have a
factory with a floor spuce of more
than a million square feet.
Mr, OsgoocUsays they had a most
enjoyable time anU a most instruc
tive convention. The event closed
with a banquet on Saturday night.
This was the fourth annual Delco as
semblage of Delco salesmen.
FOR SALE: Three acres of land,
nMA 7 -rnnvn Hank well, cistern fruit
of all kinds, chicken house, located at
Chippewa LaKe. enquire oi a. jo.
McCabe, Seville, near Interurban
Station. 312
FOR SALE: 15 head registered
Holsteins, 9 are daughters from an
A. R. 0. 31 pound bull. 2 A- R- 0.
cows. All are in fine condition.
W. J. Pratt, Brunswick, 0. 31tf
WANTED: Girls for billers and
typists, in Cleveland Wholesale House
Good opportunity for proper parties.
Sfntn srhnnlincr and exnerience. Ad-
nlv Box "Z" The Medina Sentinel, Me
dina, Ohio. 312
FOR SALE 2 more good Fords. 1
Saxon Six touring. Gibbs & Co., Me
ina Ohio. 311
VOH SALE 8 vounsr vises: 1 three
section drag; 1 top huggy; 1 spring
wagon; 1 road wagon; 1 small heat
ing stove. F. D. Koons, Medina, 0.
Phone 2030 WW
FOR RAT.E: Sow and 8 Dies, also
2 fresh cows with calves by their side.
Fahrion Bros. Mallet Creek, 0.
Phone W 159. 311t)d
Western Reserve
Musical Clubs
Methodist Church
MEDINA
TUESDAY EVENING Mcln 30, 1920
AT 7:45
Under auspices Community Organization '
JAZZ, SEXTET, SKIT OR SHORT PLAY, WHIST
LING, SOLOS, INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. SOME-
THTNO DOING EVERY MINUTE.
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SPECIAL SALE
OF
ENAMELWARE, TINWARE, &C.
Sharp price reduction on Enamel Ware, Tin Ware, Light Hard-
Ware, Crockery, Dinner-Ware,
35c Enamel Kettles 25c
35c Enamel Milk Pils 25c
Enamel Pie Pans . 12c
Enamel Pudding Pails : 30c
Enamel Dish Pans M&
Enamel Colander 58c
Enamel Tea Kettles $1.00
Enamel Water Pails $1.00
Enamel Dinner Pails $1.00
Enamel Dipper .20c, 25c
HOUSECLEANING NECESSITIES
Carpet Beaters 15c
Tack Pullers 10c
Tack Hammers 15c, 25c
Rope Clothes Line 40c
Wire Clothes Lines 35c
Iron Handles 15c
Scrub Brushes 15c
Ironing Wax 2 for 5c
Mop Handles 25c
Mop Pails v 55c
Old Dutch Cleanser . .9c, 3 for 25c
P and G. Naptha Soap 9c, 3 for 25c
Fels Naptha Soap 9c, 3 for 25c
Octagon Soap 9c, 3 for 25c
Wash Boards 45c, 59c, 75c
Glass-Ware etc
Tin Wash Basins
Bread Pans 10c, 15c, 18c
Tin Dish Pans . . 65c
Tin Cake Pans 10c, 15c, 25c
Egg Poachers 25c
Coffee Flasks 15c
Dinner Pails 69c
Lunch Boxes 45c
Tin Coffee Pots 19c, 25c
Tin Tea Pots 15c, 19c, 25c
Tin Pie Pans 10c
Muffin Pans 19c, 25c
Pudding Pans 10c, 15c, 25c
Milk Pails 69c, 89c
GARDEN TOOLS
Spading Fork 89c
Garden Rake 48c, 85c
Lawn Rake 75c
Hoes 50c, 69c
Brooms 75c, 95c, $1.19
Barn Broom : $1.25
Monkey Wrenches . , 50c, 65c, 85c
Hammers 25c, 45c
Screw Drivers 10c, 15c, 25c
Shelf Brackets Pr 15c, 20c, 25c
Meat Saws 50c
Wall Paper Sale !
Our sale of Closing Out all broken lots of Wall Papers is going on
in real earnest,and we still have many big bargains for you in first
class Wall Paper, a Paper for any room in your home. IT IS UP
TO YOU TO GET YOUR SHARE OF THESE BARGAINS, YOU
CAN'T DO IT BY STAYING AT HOME.
Wall Paper cleaner, Can 15c, , 2 for 25c
Curved Brass Curtain Rods 15c, 19c, 25c
Window Shades , 85c, $1.00, $1.25
CLOSING OUT SALE OPWINTER UNDERWEAR
REMEMBER the prices of winter underwear next winter will be
about double our prices, and too, there will be considerable cold
weather yet this spring.
Men's $1.29 Fleeced Shirts and
Drawers 89c
Men's $2.25 Wool Shirts and
Drawers ,$1.79
Men's $2.98 (Fleeced Union Suits . . . $2.19
Men's $3.98 Wool Union Suits $3.25
Boys'- 85c Fleeced Shirts and
Drawers . I 48c
Ladies $2.45 Fleeced Union Suits . . $1.85
Ladies' $2.26 Union Suits . $1.50 "
Ladies' $1.45 Vest and Pants $1.10
Misses $1.65 Fleeced Union Soits 98c '
Childrens 59c Fleeced Vests and Pants 89c
Candy Special! Candy Special!
Saturday Only, One Pound 25c
Mrmitfs Department Store,
Medina, Ohio

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