OCR Interpretation


The Medina sentinel. [volume] (Medina, Ohio) 1888-1961, March 26, 1920, Image 2

Image and text provided by Ohio History Connection, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84028262/1920-03-26/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for PAGE TWO

THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO.
MEDINA, OHIO, March 26, 1920
PAGE TWO
Bellevue Spreader
$165
mm
More money could not buy a
better one.
. wwmGFwf: mmwme& ant?
SUBJECTS Mi
SATURDAY NIGHT FARMERS NIGHT.
$2.00 Will Be Given to Farmer Bringing Largest Number of People
With Him.
$2.00 Will Be Given to Farmer Coming Greatest Distance. t
Subject "BIBLE HELL"
Sunday 10 a. m. 'TOWER OF THE CROSS." 3 p.m. Women Only
Subject "WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC AND CONDITION OF
WOMEN IN THE WAR ZONE." 7:00 n. m. "THE WORLDS
GREATEST CONQUEROR."
Big Tabernacle, Church of Christ, Medina
When In Cleveland
AT
THE EUCLID SQUARE GARAGE CO.
EAST 13th STREET-NORTH OF EUCLID
CLEVELAND
The New Way to Thresh
The Case way is far more satisfac
tory, far mere economical. A Case
Kerosene Tractor, such as the 15-27
pictured above, can be used for belt
jobs in addition to traction work. It
drives a Case 26x46 Thresher, fully
equipped, and other machinery requir
ing similar power.
This tractor is well designed for
belt work. The belt pulley is mounted
directly on the crank shaft. It is easy
BRUNSWICK GARAGE
(855)
KEROSENE
' For Sale by
p
Farmers oiiddiv uo.
Lodi, O.
Leave Your Car
to "line up" because the pulley and
Steering gear are on the same side.
Case Threshers have been noted
for 76 years for their . grain-saving
ability, their economy, durability and
all round superiority.
To the man selecting either a trac
tor or a thresher, we would like to
have the opportunity to point out Case
superiorities.
BRUNSWICK, OHIO
TRACTORS
B LUELW WCALEBm I
NORTHEAST MEDINA CO.
BRUNSWICK
Frank Hawkins and wife, of Cleve
land, spent Sunday here, with his
mother and brother. . I
Roy Betsecover and Walter Cawrse
both of Cleveland, spent last Saturday
in Hiram with the Brunswick boys.
Sam ribbetts is having a time with
the hives.
The ladies society of the Church of
Christ will meet at the church on
Thursday, April 1, and serve dinner.
The ladies are working just sow to
buy more dishes and silverware for
the dining room.
The Pomona Grange has been post-'
poned from March 27 to April 17 to
be held at Mallet Creek.
Walter Gough and wife spent Suit
day at Chippewa Lake at her mother's
Mrs. T. Merrick's.
Mrs. Albert Brown and Mrs. Willis
Corlett spent a few days in Cleveland'
at the latter s mothers, Mrs. Ida
Sherman.
Verne Miner and wife attended the
funeral of their great aunt, Mrs. So
phia Carlton, in Medina Monday,
Mr. Moxley, of Clinton, was here a
couple of days this week.
Worthy Green returned from Flori
da last week and visited his sister.
Mrs. Alex Gibbs over Sunday.
Harry Myrick suffered a stroke last
Wednesday night but by Sunday he
could speak plain and had use of his
arms. Mrs. Adda Balon, of Medina,
spent a couple of days with them.
Mrs. Morton, the housekeeper for F.
S. Case, entertained company from
Cleveland a few days last week.
Irene Evans returned , to her home
in Berea from the Elyria hospital
without having an operation. Mrs,
Agnes Wells of Medina stayed with
her sister Mrs. Evans while Irene was
gone.
Mrs. Maud Evans was in Cleveland
last Saturday making out her pension
papers as she has taught 23 terms.
Mrs. Stella Sinzinger and baby of
Cleveland visited here at her brother
Ernest Wilkey.
Dennis Johnson is in Cleveland this
week attending the yearly meeting of
the phone companies.
Grove Clark and Cuba Hawkins
were in Cleveland Tuesday to attend
the funeral of Harmon V. Garrett,
who died March 19 aged 75 years.
At one time he lived near here near
Wilson's corners and always enjoyed
attending the Brunswick reunion day
and staying at the home of George
Clark.
The scholars in the Leinsider dis
trict had a sparrow hunt in the past
two weeks with the teacher, Lucile
Miller and Esther Gibbs as leaders.
Esther's side won and last Saturday
evening they had a party at the teach
er's and served home made ice cream
Morris Perkins and wife spent Sat
urday and Sunday in Ashland at Ern
est Waite's.
The trustees are having the roads
scraped which will be a great help la
ter on.
The meetings at the Methodist
church will continue through the
week. Palm Sunday will be observed
as Decision day and Easter Sunday
as membership day.
Tuesday evening will be-high school
evening and Wednesday evening will
be I. O. O. F. evening. Thursday
evening will be holy communion. Fri
day evening community evening. The
meetings are for everybody.
GRANGERBURG
Dr. Orcutt, district superintendent,
Just
gave a splendid talk at the church
here Sunday mofninsr.
Kussell and Wayland Close, Glenn
Newton, Albert Smith, Charlie Web
ster, Kenneth bimms. Chester Sim
mons, and Ralph Hanson attended the
Y. M. C. A. convention at Seville Fri
day and Saturday. All had a fine
tune.
Will Bunce is still confined to his
bed but his friends wish him a speedy
recovery.
The C. E. of the Remsen church will
hold a cafeteria supper at the school
house Friday evening. Everyone is
invited to come.
S. Grossenbacher and family. spent
bunaay at his Brother s in Seville.
Howard Hatch and family spent
Sunday at if . W. Anderson's. )
F. W. Anderson will move soon to
the Green farm which they have
rented.
Finley Anderson has rented Claude
Rockwood's place and moved this
week.
Mr. Burdette from Akron has pur
chased- the Chas. Graffe place where
they now live.
Zoe Reed and baby Dora have been
at the home of Mrs. Reed's parents,
H. Scanlon for the past week.
Mrs. Scanlon has been seriously ill but
is some better at this writing.
COMMON PLEAS.
Lida E. Dutton vs. Otis F. Briggs
et al. ' Partition and accounting.Leave
given Roswell Hopkins, deft., to re
ply. Decree of divorce granted Jesse Pal
mer from Chas. Palmer on ground of
gross neglect of duty. Plaintiff given
custody of minor child and property
rights agreement confirmed.
Agnes G. Shaw granted -divorce
from Omar I. Shaw on ground of ex
treme cruelty. Partition agreement
approved.
Motion discharging attachment in
case of Agnew Torpedo Co. vs. J. H.
Farrell and Geo. K. Evans, partners,
overruled. Defendant excepts.
John P. Topf granted divorce from
Mary Topf on -ground of three years
wilfull absence.
In case of Minnie Dressier vs. S. C.
Anderon et al., Walter E. Beach admr.
of John P. Beach, made deft, in place
of deceased. Given leave to answer to
April 3.
County Commissioners given per
mission to transfer funds from gener
al fund to infirmary fund.
State of Ohio vs. Wm. Fergus alias
Harry Smith, charged with carrying
concealed weapons, nolled at request
of Prosecutor.
Hearing had in case of Henrv L.
Ripley, admr. vs. Grover C. Woods et
al. Equitable relief. Hearing had on
Monday but decision reserved.
1 H K-HKWH M 1 1 1 H M Ml Hill
i We Want Your
Farm for Sale
This is the Year
The Big Farm Year
Prices Are Good
We Have the Buyers i
!You have the service of our Akron, Wadsworth, Spencer and X
Lodi offices. With our years of experience and advertising X
we can sell your farm and will serve you faithfully and welL f
u your farm is tor sate, telephone us ana we win oe at your
home immediately. ! !
REFERENCE: ,
First National Bank Wadsworth, Ohio
Old Phoenix Bank Medina, Ohio !
Peoples National Bank Lodi, Ohio, !
Spencer State Bank Spencer, Ohio
! TheAllen-Hartzell-DibbleCo. j
Akron, O., Medford Bldg. Wadsworth, O., 148 Main St. J
Spencer, Ohio, Main St. f
DANCE
Wednesday, March 31
AT 1. 0. 0. F. Hall
8:00 P.M.
Music by Robertson's 6 Piece Singing Orchestra from
Zimmerman's Dancing Academy of Cleveland, Ohio.
This Orchestra is One of the best in Northern Ohio,
Don't. Fail To Be There and Hear The Best Music
That was Ever in Town..
"Mr. Robertson, King of Violinists, will be here him
self." Same Price, $1.50 per couple, extra ladies and specta
tors, 50c
DONT MISS IT
Say it With Flowers
ON EASTER
phone 1X7
Lodi, Ohio
THE LODI GREEN HOUSES, LODI, O.
H. Overeynder, Prop.
; union
MECHANICAL
HUT
AGITATOR
Dry Lime Sulphur for the Dormant Spray ,
Dry Lime Sulphur is effective against, and will control
SanJose Scale, and other scale insects. It is effective
against Leaf Blister Mite; Peach Leaf Curl; Apple
Scab; Apple and Pear Canker; Brown Rot of Peach or
Plum.
It desolves readily in cold water, is put up in neat air
tight packages, with no chance of loss by leakage or by
crystallizing, does not deteriorate.
We carry a full line of Sherman-Williams Insecticides,
and Myers Spray Pumps, nozzles and hose.
CAIMAN'S HARDWARE

xml | txt