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MEDINA, OHIO, March 26, 1910 THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. 33 Advanced Registry Daughters and Sons b what Sig Rag Apple Corndyke the 86.20 lb. bull baa. Look over tone Paul Sol. D. K. 8d S'i J. Thelma Korndyke 4y. Pauline SoL Korndyke S y. Butter SO days Top. PL H. D. K. 8d IVi 7 Mary Job. Korn. 4 J- Dor. Wood Rag. Ap. 32 Sir Rag Apple Korndyke baa a 37 ik aietr His dam is a 36.20 ID. daughter of Pontiac Korndyke and baa three sisters wn recoroa bdotb i GEO. McKEE Mallet Creek, Ohio .1 1 iniiilliMliiliiitui m I COUHTY SCHOOL NOTES, I OBITUARY 23.93 95.25 21.14 21.14 DONT GET WET! Wear. (made TEED styles mnAir ci one. Oi. our .inuraAo to order) GUARAN- RAINCOATS. Many and fabrics, for men, women and children. Also REVERSIBLE "2 in 1" RAINCOATS for men... Satis faction guaranteed; 100 per cent water-proof. Prices range from $7.98 to $45.00, delivery charges prepaid. Phone 3320 or 2W135 W. E. COLE Mfg.'s Agent for Medina Co. Ill W. Washington St. Medina, Ohio. HONEy BS.CK Av&i without qucstionifHunt'sSaU. M ff l fails in the treatment of Evrn.a F flrrJl Trttrr, Ringworm. Itch, rtr rfww 1 1 Don't brcome discouraged be -vj f J I rau.e other treatments failed I fl f nuni s jive nas relieved hun V n dredsofsuchra.es You can't v I lose on o'jr Money II.,. h &LS Guarantee. Trv it at our li.k 1 TODAY Price 75c at VV. J. WALL, Druggist, Medina, Ohio, Fruit Growers Place your orders now for first class fruit trees and ornamental stock absolutely true to name and reasonable prices. FREMONT NURSERY R. M. Ewing, Solicitor Creston, Ohio Star Phone No. 45 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. Litchfield Elevator Co. Litchfield, Ohio D, W. PEARCE, Co. Supt a .iw, riovi material has been sent 27.70 out to all the schools, and it is urged 24.07 1 that each teacher at least meet the M- . ..:,..ont rt thp law. imiiiciy. umi one hour be devoted to Arbor Day exercises. There is opportunity at this time to teach the child in an impress ive and concrete way some of the vital truths that every child should know children might get some valuble Eng country. It might be made the occa tar invitintr in the patrons, me whether Irving in villages or the open lish training in preparing uic tions, and making individual pro grams, hand bills, etc. Teacher' examinations will be held at the office of the county superin tendent on Saturday, May 1. All teachers eligible to such examination, and needing to appear on examination for a certificate valid for next year should come at this time. Also teach ers who expect to have their certifi cates renewed for next year should have an application by this date. This will enable the office to attend to this matter now and avoid such congestion as was experienced last fall. C. F. McFadden and W. E. Conkle were judges in a local contest at Cres ton last Friday evening. D. W. Pearce will act in a similar capacity at Cres ton Friday evening,, March zo. Material having to do with the teachers' retirement system has been sent out. All teachers interested in this should fill out the various papers properly, secure signatures of persons to vouch for the record submitted. While some may think they have no interest in this, it might be well, nev 3rtheless, to have the record brought up to date. We may be in the same position with reference to this matter that many are now with respect to nor mal or college credits. They are now worth havinir. and many persons some years ago were very negligent about remaining the last few weeks or days of a term of school. Now they wish they had been more considerate. Do it now. We have just mailed out to teachers and schools blanks of various sorts having to do with the record of the schools for the year. Each person is admonished to fill these out properly and promptly at the proper time. They are all very necessary. Much of the information thus turned in to the county superintendent is necessary for the report made to the state depart ment soon after the close of schools each year. The cardboard for the Fair exhibit has been ordered and will be sent out promptly. The eight month schools will be supplied first. All work should be mounted and properly wrapped and protected for the summer vacation. It should be left so that the next teacher can take charge of it immediately up on the opening of school next fall. At the next exhibit each school will be expected to put up its own display. There are several reasons for this: the county office can not look after it, and the success of an exhibit depends upon how it is displayed. This offers each school the opportunity to show taset in the arangement of its exhibit i Let us plan our work definitely for the remainder ot the term, watch tne attendance of 'the pupils. Do not al low "spring fever" to depopulate your school. Let us "hold up" to the end. CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our heartfelt thanks to all who aided us in the sick ness and death of our dear mother and grandmother, and especially to Rev's. Watson anoV Fair for their comforting words, and to Mr. Koppes for the beautiful songs. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bowman. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carlton and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Carlton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bowman. Auto Livery Prompt service. Careful driving, Auto tires and supplies; DeLaval Cream Separator!. Ill W. Washing ton St, Mednia, O. Phone 8186. E. T PIERCE. DR. A. E. SHAW Fitting Glasses a Office Days Saturdays only. Specialty and Mondays fir D I Doirri Practice limited to III . It. J. 0011 Udiseases of the EY1 EAR, NOSE AND THROAT ANP FITTING OF GLASSES. Office ovei 0. N. Leach & Son's clothing store Office every Saturday. DANCE Given By PYTHIAN SISTERS K. P. Hall Monday Night March 29, 1920 Benefit Pythian Sistres Home A Spine in Line Means H-E-A-L-T-H If you want it come to me. PAUL B. DAY, D. C. "ON THE SQUARE" I MEDINA, O. PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will sell at public auction on the farm known as the Bro gan farm five miles west of Medina on the Branch road, two miles south and two miles west of Mallet Creek, four miles south and one-half mile east of Erhart just east of Thompsons cross ing, Monday, March 29, 1920 commencing at 12:30, the following property: 4 HEAD OF HORSES One black mare four years old, weight about 1400, a good one; eleven-year-old mare, good to work in all harness; family horse, good every place; one brown mare coming five years old, weight about 1000, broke single and double. One Gerstenschlager top bu"""", good as new. One narrow tire watron with box and springs. One flat sled. Three single harnesses, one set double harness, log chains, shovels, forks. One brood sow and eleven pigs six weeks old. SUGAR TOOLS About 700 sap pails, three-barrel gathering tank, one thirty-five gallon syrup can with fau cet 20 barrel storage tank, 4x16 Champion evaporator, srood as new. About 700 spiles. About 10 bushels seed potatoes, and some seed corn. HAY AND GRAIN Five ton of hay more or less. About 200 bushels of corn, some oats. About 40 or 50 Rhode Island Re 1 chickens, 4 R. I. roosters, two turkey hens, one gobbler. HOUSEHOLD GOODS One vac uum sweeper, one rocking chair, one stand, some fruit cans. Stewart Horse Clipper, one dinner grinder, 30 foot extension ladder. TERMS All sums of $5.00 or under cash. All sums over $5 a credit of six months with bankable notes. Two per cent off for cash on all sums over $5. HIRAM HACHENBARG. F. L. Harding, auctioneer. Frank Watldna, clerk. Sophia E. Lance, daughter of C. Pt and Mary Traxler Lance, was born in Lafayette Tp., Medina, Co., Sept 11, 1843, and died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. O. E. Bowman, at Me dina, O., March 20, 1920, aged 76 yrs. 6 months and 9 days. She was one of 12 children, four brothers and seven sisters, all having preceded her into the Great Beyond except one brother, Albert Lance, of Layf ayette and two sisters, Mrs. E. A. Vaughn of Cleveland and Mrs. George Stoddard, of Fenn's Corners. All the members of this large fam ily lived to reach manhood and woman hood. On Feb. 23, 1865 she was united in marriage, by Rev. Watson, who is still living, to Wm. E. Carlton, soon after his return from the Civil War. To this union were born, one daughter, Mrs. Pearl Bowman, of Medina, Two sons, Wilbur C. Carlton, of Chatham and Clair W. Carlton, of Chippewa Lake, all of whom are living. These together with seven grand children, one having preceded her into the Spi rit world, and many other relatives and friends are left to mourn the de parture of a loving mother, grand mother and friend. On Feb. 23, 1915 she, with her hus band, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, Dec. 16, 1916 her hus band was called home, since which time, she has repeatedly expressed the desire to join him in The Glory Land. At an early age she united with the Waltz U. B. church, to which she has ever been a faithful and consistent member. Mch. 22nd she was laid to rest beside her husband in Union cem etery at North West Hers was the quiet, unpretentious Christian life, whose influence is felt, not only while present with us, but remains after life has gone. Her passing has left a vacancy in our hearts which none but mother's love can ever fill, may her loving spi rit, in the absence of her tender care, watch over and guide, us who are left behind until we too shall meet her in the Sweet Bye and Bye. A few days before she lapsed into unconciousness, she spoke these beau tiful words. "I hear the choir singing, and can it be? Yes it must be Him, the Holy Spirit, My Christ." Mother, you are gone to rest, We would not weep for thee, For, thou art now, where oft on earth your spirit longed to be. Mother, you are gone to rest, and this shall be our prayer, That, when we too shall cross the bar, thy glory we may share. WERE READY FOR EASTER Spring Suits are here for Men and Boys. The most pleasing patterns and styles we've shown in many seasons are here. Close form fitting or the loose fitting types are shown this season in almost endless variety of coloring and fabric. Easter will soon be here. Now is the time to buy while the assortment is complete. PRICES OF SUITS, $25 to $50 Abram's Clothing and Shoe Store Medina Medina We give and redeem Eagle Trading Stamps One-Half Billion Dollars Lost in "Wildcats" This enormous sum is squandered annually in "'wildcat investments according to the Federal Trade Commissioners. Anxiety to attain financial independence, too often induces people to yield to the glittering promises of extraordinary reward offered by unscrupulous promoters. DON'T TAKE CBCES WITH YOUR PRINCIPLE for the sake of higher yield. April 1st funds DEPOSITED IN THIS BANK ON OR BEFORE SATURDAY, April 3rd, will DRAW 4 per cent INTEREST FROM April 1st. Your money 1s safe here and can be withdrawn when needed. Total Resources over NINE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS 1 .,. The Peoples National Bank of Lodi, Ohio B. H. STARBIRD, Cashier LILLIAN M. GRIDLEY, AsstCashier H. C. HOWER, President G. F. FENSTERMAKER, Vice President f f I i T T f I X X X X X I Y X I t Y Y i x f Y t X Y i x t t x i t NOTICE On account of having sold my business block to be used for other purposes, entire possession to be given in about sixty days, and no other available location, it becomes necessary that we disperse bur entire stock of FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS, etc., within the allotted time. Not anticipating a change such as is now taking place, our purchase of furniture of all kinds at the January Furniture Exhibition aggregated man y thousand dollars of value, however, buyers from all parts of the U. S. were united upon one point, viz: that hundreds of orders, both large and small, could not be filled at all, as already the output for the entire twelvemonths of 1920 were over sold. With the larger buyers of both east and west it was not a question of price but merchandise that could be delivered within the year. On the whole manufacturers who have been in the business for over two score years emphasized the fact that in all their career had they ever experienced such a situation, labor being very scarce and extremely high, raw material of all woods very scarce and next to prohibitive in price, and mir ror plate in quantities going to the auto manufacturers at about whatever price the glass manufac turers saw fit to ask. In short all retail furniture stores are not sure of any prompt deliveries at all, many of the fac tories holding orders over from last fall, with approximate delivery date of July next. Fortunately we have a fair supply of certain articles that were contracted for months ago, and today we have them on the floor much under prices prevailing. Everything offered by manufacturers is on an up ward trend of price, and this, together with uncertain delivery makes our position for future busi ness very uncertain. If we can secure fulfillment of all orders placed we will be in position to take care of six months' normal business, but we cannot promise anything definitely unless now in stock. Anticipate your wants early while the assortment is reasonably complete, and especially on floor coverings as rugs in sizes larger than 9x12 are very scarce. Our assortment of large sizes is as yet very complete, and at prices much less than what same quality would cost now, if able to se cure from manufacturers at all. Just afew lines of warning, to those considering future purchases, as given to us by manufac turers by letter daily. Aubie's Furniture Store LODI, OHIO 1.: in SR.