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MEDINA, OHIO, April 16, 1920
THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. PAGE SEVEN DELCQ-LIGHT The complete Electric Light and Power Plant Will operate over 200 time and labor-saving electrical appliances. V.C. OSGOOD,Medina,0. Phone 2122 M 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 . HIWMI THE SEVILLE JOUKNAI YOUR OPPORTUNITY MR. BUYER I acres, good orchard of 90 trees Close to street car and Bus Mne on main road. 6 room house, good barn, good well, and cistern. Near pumping station just off Wooster and Medina Pike. M acres, good orchard, good land, 7 room house, fine barn, new garage, good chicken house, fair water, an ideal home near Chippewa Lake. Swelling of 7 rooms in fine re pair, furnace, everything com plete. Meat market in connec tion, ready for business. Get busy for the Lake trade this Summer. Other properties of all discnption. SEE US TO BUY OR SELL LEHMAN & ARMSTRONG SEVILLE, OHIO R. D. Whitman, Medina Representative. mere are a lot of little boys in j was pretty and good. The correspon-; Miss Ada Mevers one this town that are going to get them-1 dent can testify to the good part, for I girls, was a Cleveland selves into serious trouble if they con-! Helen brought her a big piece of it. ' Friday aoing as mey nave Deen doing The little folk certainly enioved this! n-.j. , little Dartv and are wondnrW if HaULsJir.""" ?.Knw ner po en will have a party when She is 12 I 2 " 2!F JSL years old. (Another Hotel Roast) Last week I Tuesday night, April 6 was given by r"oluhm, the magician who came here as the last The 1919 sealskin production of the Pribilof ,IlnVl off the coast of Alas ka included 26.186 pelts valued at about $3,000,000, It is reported that 1919 saw the fcrst shipment of Chinese coal to the American Continent tinue lately. The people won t stand for it much longer. Parents should keep their boys off the streets at night and if they cannot control them, there is a place where they can be made to mind and there is where they will get to if they keep on destroying property They are just the right age for the re form school. (Night Mare) Lunch served by the men folks of the Eastern Star Lodge at their regular meeting on Wednes day night of last week. Menu sauerkraut,mustard sardines, pickles, and cheese, ham sandwiches, wafers cake and ice cream. (Horrors) Night Mare! I should say so, the Stars did not tell us what they had to drink, but by the looks of that menu we would think the committee had had some strong coffee. Mr. Overholt traveling salesman for the Higgins-Babcock-Herd Gro cery House, of Cleveland, tried to run over our drug store a few days ago in Ms tin lizzie, but it was a big job for his auto and he just knocked the Elec tric post over, paid the damages and left town. Little Helen Taylor, daughter of Postmaster Fred Tavlor and wife had a big surprise on Thursday evening, when a bunch of 25 little girls and bovs came to her home to wish her many happy returns of her 11 birth day and spend the evening with her from 7 to 9:30. Helen's mother, Mrs. Taylor, had arranged the party with out her knowing it and the surprise was great. Helen is quite a little hostess and entertained her little friends royally. They enjoyed every minute of the time. Mrs. Simmons, Mrs. Shoup and Mrs. Harry assisted Mrs. Taylor in serving the birthday lunch which consisted of sandwiches, pickles, fruit salad and a big birthday cake which held eleven candles and of our Hello shopper last cnange and has a position at the Cit izen s Saving Bank, of Cleveland. F. H. Wheeler was 'in Akron. Pnin. ville and Kent last week, on business. QUEER SIGNS Casual inspection will eviripnno ! orthoepy and the average sign paint- j j r ara not on familiar terms. Pos-' ; sibly everyone has noted at various times, the peculiarly distinct style of ' I spelling, iollowed by the artist of the brush. Attention has been called to j the ice cream sign recently placed on the south side of the Wall drug store ! wall.which bears the word "Nutritios" ! in prominent letevrs. On the "hand ; made" sign announcing the Rebekah j dance which swung from the post by I the Hyde and Garver shoe store last week, was the enticing announcement Mrs. Dr. Orr and little son, of Cres- j "FT:Veice orchestra 52 How would YOU like a raise. like this ? ""Xnc and for 34 Years Work, THAT is the kind of increase in salary the minister has received. His living expenses have risen just as fast and as far as yours. But he is paid on the average just 52 cents more per church member than he was paid 34 years ago. The Minister Never Fails You Every officer of the Government with a war message to deliver appealed to the ministers first of all But 80 of the ministers receive less income than government economists figure as a minimum for the support of an. average family. When hospitals need money they enlist the support of the ministers and receive it. But when sickness visits the minister or the members of his family they must be treated in a charity ward. His pay is less than a day laborer's. 8 out of every 10 ministers receive less than $20 a week about half the pay of a mechanic. We Pay Him Half the Wages of a Mechanic And of these pitifully inadequate salaries, how much do you contribute? Nothing if you are outside the church; an average of less than 3c a day if you are a church member. All of us share in the benefits of Christian ministers to the community. They marry us; bury us; baptize our children; visit us when we are sick. In their hands is the spiritual training of the youth. - We Are All Profiteers at Their Expense Part of the Interchurch World program is this a living wage for every minister of Jesus Christ; an efficient plant, and a chance to do a big man's job. If you want better preachers, help to pay the preachers better. It's the best investment for your community and for your children that you can ever make. Interchurch WORLD MOVEMENT 45 WEST 18th STREET, NEW YORK CITY The publication of this advertisement ia made possible through the oo-operation of 30 denominations. number of the lecture course of the Seville High school. He brought his wife with him and there by hangs the tail of woe often repeat ed in Seville. Stag house, no hotel. We cannot repeat all the magician said.it would take too much space and paper is high anyway, but he said a plenty and what he didn't say would not be worth repeating. How long, Oh! how long will Seville stand for this outrage, no hotel. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Brotts were Sun day guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.O. Krel ling, in Wooster. Mrs. Frank Wheeler, who has been on the sick list for the past ten days is reported to be improving. Thelma Pierce and friend Ruth Elserman, of Rittman spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Gross. Geo. Morton, our genial ex-landlord of Mansfield, spent the week end with friends here. A bis crowd attended the sale of house hold goods' of Miss Ruth Jordon last Saturday. Fair prices were paid for everything. Miss Ruth Jordon will ,go to the Pythian Sister Home in Medina. She will make that her future home. Miss Carrie B. Lafe, of Mansfield, spent Wednesday afternoon with her friend Mrs. I. H. Brotts. She was on her way home from Cleveland, where she had been called to help set tle up her mother's, Mrs. Cramers estate. J. B. Karpinski, asst. state fire mar shal, of Cleveland, inspected the boarding houses and residences and the Stag House, of Seville, Monday. Dr. Hard and wife, G. A. Wilder and wife, attended the funeral of B. Pelton in Medina on Monday. Ray Hoover and wife, Mathew Har ner and wife, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McCabe. Hugh Brumbaugh and little son Stiles,were weekend guests of Hugh's mother, Mrs. Sarah Brumbaugh and Mrs. Geo. Brumbaugh. H. G. Dix fnd family, of Akron, were also Sun day guests at the Brumbaugh home. Hube Taylor and wife, of Akron, Will Houghton and daughter Hazel of Wadsworth, and Carl Houghton of Cleveland, were some of the out- of town friends who attended the funer al of L. K. Hosmer on Sunday p. m. Mrs. Chas. Cook is on the sick list with throat trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pierce and children, of Rittman, were Sunday afternoon callers at the E. G. Cross home. Mrs. Floyd Lehman and daughter Marcella were Wooster visitors last Sunday at the home of Mrs. Leh man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Reed. Miss Mildred Coolman entertained the Misses Margaret Beeman and Mil red Eicher at dinner Sunday, the oc casion being her birthday anniver sary. Mrs. Ambrose Wertz returned from he V. and K. hospital at Wooster, lust Sunday. She Is fcling fine and getting flong nicelv. Mrs. Orley Crush spent Saturday with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Campbell nnd attended the sale of Miss Ruth Jordon. Mr. Fairchild is on the sick list, with lumbago this week. Mrs. Bell Crawford is improving wih her broken rib. Mrs. LeRoy Foster and mother Mrs. Conley, are visiting C. C. Conley the singer, near Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harry were Medina callers on Tuesday. The Brumbaugh sale will be held on Wednesday April 28. Miss Mary Stuff, sister of Mrs. Em ma Drushel and Miss Isa Drushel, of Cleveland, were real daring last Sat urday. They came from Cleveland in their auto and they found some bad snots and had one blow-out on the way. They spent the week end with Mrs. Drushel and her brother Harry Stuff. : Mrs. Allen McCabe an invalid caused from rheumatism, is not as well as usual this week. Mr. and Mrs. Crofoot visited their daughter, Marie, at the City hospital in Wooster, last Sunday and report her better. Rev. R. A. Gardiner and wife spent the first of last week with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Winkler and from there they were called to Apple Creek where Rev. Gar diner was a former pastor of the M. E. church, to help conduct the funeral services of a Mr. West who was kil led in an automobile accident. The regular meeting of the MVca bee Lodge on Thuisday after ioon. The Seville Show troupe is practic ing every night tl.i? week for the L. C. A. show to be held Tuesday evening, April 20. Don't miss it, ic will b worth the price of your ticket to see the costumes of Ye Olden Times. Subscribe for 'he Sentinel, best paper In the county, just give us $1.50 and you will get something worth . c . . - reading. blooms and foliage on the pe- r. . . ., , renrfals in the old garden at home w 111 t jl "?2SS v 1,events.of were so much more beautiful than we In Frnv wPZ 1"" now " is n uncommonly heard. &rEXiWkrftl raembei J The flower gardener of today must S JnKrS rVUt fiht Plant diseases his grandfather ftSSSSWiSJS iiot Of. However the flower Awnwira, Houl anQ wauswonn. kos-.ar(Wr n..A nnf he jj0,ftllrnj fnr. ton called on her niece, Mrs.Florence immei on Friday. The Vanderhoof sisters, of Wads worth called on Mrs. Frank Wheeler last Sunday. Mrs. Wheeler is on the sick list. John Ferdinand Dix was born Jan uary 24, 1850, in Milton township, Wayne county. Later, as a child, he moved, with his father and mother and brothers to Guilford township, Medina county where he lived in youth and early manhood. Still later he resided on a farm in Westfield township and during recent years made his home in Seville. He acqui red his education in District schools, and in the old Academy in Seville and later became teacher in them both for more than 20 years. While engaged in this educational work he was for several terms a member of the county Board of Examiners. He was always interested in local public affairs. He served repeatedly as one of the coun ty assessors. Early In life he became a Christian and as a member of the Congregational and Methodist church es in Seville was faithful and influ ential, serving in the Methodist Church as both superintendent and teacher in the Sunday school and for many years class leader and trustee of the church. In 1872 married Sarah A. Loveless who survives him. On Wednesday morning April 1, 1920 af ter several months of severe illness he entered into that rest which remain eth for all those who die in the Lord. We are losing so many of our good old people from the church just a few weeks ago Bro. William Lee passed away. One more of our old soldiers of the civil war passed away, L. K. Hosmer, 79 years old, who died on Saturday morning, April 10 of Brights disease. Mr. Hosmer had been in very poor health for about 4 years but had been able to attend to his home duties un til Tuesday when he was stricken and became unconcious and the death sum mons came on Saturday morning at 12:45, just after the midnight hour. Mr. Hosmer was born in Seville. He was the son of Henry Hosmer, the pi oneer resident of Seville, his father owned the first home in Seville. Mr. Hosmer was a civil war veteran, be ing a Sergeant in Co. F, 166 O. V. I. He leaves to morn his departure his wife three sons, Charles, Bert and John Hosmer, all of Seville, and one daughter, Mrs. Chas. Welday, of Rit tmaii, six grandchildren and one great grand child and a wide circle of friends and acquaintances. The funeral was held from the late home ,on T" respect street, on Sunday afternoon, Aprilll. Rev. Woodworth, pasto." of the Baptist church conduct ed the services. Mrs. T. D. McCoy sang the beautiful hymns, "The Home of The Soul" pnd "Beautiful Isle of oirewheve " The civil war veterans six in number, all that are left in Se ville attended in a body and helped lay away their comrade. Thei-e were also about twelve of the young sold iers from the Joseph Fixler Post at tended in a body. Beautiful flowers from friends covered the casket. On account of confiction of dates, there will be no Legion dance, Mon day evening, April 19. Baptist church Morning service at 10 o'clock. This is a special Ral ly service. No one should miss it. S. S. at 11:15, Come! Rehearsal of Boy's choir at 2:30. Evening service at 7:30, Sermon by the pastor. Music by the boy choir. Prayer service 7:30 Thursday even ing. Methodist church Morning ser vice at 10. Sunday school at 11. Ep w'orth League at 8:30 p.m. Evening service at 7:30. There is plenty of room for you at the Thursday even ing prayer service at 7:30. Presbyterian church G. H. L. Beemnn. pastor. iO a. m. Sermon, 11: 10, Sahhoth school, Christian En deavor at 0:30 p. m., Leader John Michael. 7:30 Sermon. Prayer meexing inursaay at Y:3u The Pi-esbytenan congregation Sunday voted, tho not unanimously, to accept the pastor s resignation and i unite with him in a request to the presbytery for a dissolution of the pastoral relation. Mr. Beeman stat ed that he asked for a release from this charge that he might be free to accept a call to the Presbyterian church of Grafton W. Va. He has j been pastor of this church since Sept. laia. 'ihe matter will come before the meeting of the Cleveland Presby tery next week. Eight new members received com munion Sunday. A steriopticon lecture will be given in the church Friday evening. Sub ject "General Allenby's Expedition to the Holy Land." By Dr. J. Milton Vance of Wooster College. Admission free, all invited, offering received. Writing of odd signs recalls a little town 1n Iowa where, is displayed over a blacksmith shop the appropriate sign, "J. E Hammer-Blacksmith." The crMshrf ia noted by Mr. Garver who tells of a postmaster in his old home town, who announced by bulle tin each day in his ' biir tion store and "post offus" the occurrences in the village. One announcement read "Mrs. Blank died Friday and will be burled Sunday." Beneath this in large letters, appeared the slogan, "Fireworks." On one of the army trucks which were here last week was painted a list of inducements for joining the army. The first one on the list was "Edu cation." This was immediatelv fol lowed by "Phisical Training." And there ye are Hinnissy, as Mr. Dooley was wont to utter. Medina Coal Company Dealers in COAL EXCLUSIVELY PHONE 1171 At O. C. Shepard Co. Store on Sat. evening9 I am prepared to do your Draying and Moving Will handle all orders, large or small. G. E. Letterly, Jr. Telephone 2196 and us our CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends neighbors who so kindly assisted during the sickness and death of husband and father, to Rev. Wood- worth for the comforting words, and ! to Mrs. McCabe for the beautiful words in song, and to those who sent I flowers. Mrs. L. K. Hosmer, sons and daugh-ters. flr B I Rilirfl Practlce limited to III . It. J. Dull Udiseases of the eye EAR, NOSE AND THROAT AND FITTING OF GLASSES. Office over O. N. Leach & Son's clothing store. Office every Saturday. IF HEALTH IS WEALTH LET'S ALL BE MILLIONAIRES PAUL B. DAY, D. C. "ON THE SQUARE" MEDINA, O. Our Young Men's Suits Priced at $25 $20, $22.50 and Are just as nifty as the big town suits are, that you will have to pay higher prices for. Come in and be convinced be fore you buy. C.V.Matteson SEVILLE, OHIO enthals orchestra furnished the mus- l A Hohniniic lnnh who ,.imr,wl kr ... . " . . ..... Ai V ' win keep the perennials in fine shape. hiC ' , - . . 'he spray should be anphed once a il , l Z$2P f 1116 I n2ay , wek for the next month. This will club will be postponed for one week. in8ure clean folia(?e durin? the sum. ine merry matron uim will be en-i mer and will prevent the bud rot of renamed ai tne loyd Lehman home peonies and control the hollyhock rust on Center street next Friday night,, B kiSi : . a it ife"ruae penman, clothes uusbccB. au mtjufueis are reouescea to be present. are only basted together so that they may be ripped Buyer Here is Your Chance 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. 229 40 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. 32198 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. The Allen Hartzell -Dibble Co. THE BIG FARM AGENCY OFFICES: 148 Main street, Wadsworth, Ohio. 100 Main street, Spencer, Ohio. Medford Building, Akron, Ohio. 4 apart each time they are washed.