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MEDINA, OHIO, JUNE 18, 1920
THE MEDINA SENTINEL PAGE T REE m m m m I t 1 I 1 1 S3) I 1 The Akron Universal Tire & Rubber Company, Medina, Ohio. Capital Stock $800,000.00 $500,000.00 Preferred $300,000.00 Common Tax Free and Non- Assessable PUBLIC SPIRITED CITIZENS Here is your opportunity to share in the vast profits of the Rubber Business and at the same time Boost a Home Industry. Invest in Medina county's greatest industry The Rubber Industry is as yet in its infancywhy not get in on the ground floor. Add to the great pro fits of the Rubber Industry, the magnitude of our organization and distribution proposition, we believe we have one of the best industrial stocks ever offered to the public. For full information write The Codding-Bagley-Case Co., Me dina. Ohio, or see one 7 J of the following i "Jill men: H. W. Codding, F. P. Bagley, F. L. Case, John Clark, H. H. Codding, W. F. Pelton, L C, Kuehn, A. J. Allard, F. Ganyaud, B. E. Rockwood, C. A. Rockwood, B. E. Wiley, E. Wiley, L. Betz. ' THE AKRON UNIVERSAL TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY W.C.T1 OBSERVE ANNUAL FLOWER DAY The annual flower day exercises of the W. C. T. U. were held Wednesday of last week at. the county infirmary, 150 being registered, i Sharon had the largest attendance, j 35 of the membership of 38 being present at the meeting. I Mrs-. P. C. Foskett was a delightful and courteous hostess, entertaining the I organization in royal manner. Flowers land presents were carried to the in 1 mates who exDressed creat. nlpnsiire ' at the kind thoughtfulness of the I ITidltlVll. lirli.... An excellent picnic luncheon was served on the beautiful lawn, each member bringing a basket but Mrs. Foskett supplied coffee, tea, cream and lemonade. The program was held on the lawn excellent addresses being made by Mrs. Wood of Wadsworth and Mr. Reiser of Medina. A solo by Mrs. Rev. Chalfant of Sharon ws much ap preciated. Mrs. Charles Davis of this city presided at the meeting. This meeting is an annual affair and the inmates always look forward eagerly to its coming. The W. C. T. U. is an organization of practical ac complishment and the county unit is especially active in good deeds. I Ml I Ml I LIBERTY BONDS are j ust like money to the thief. There is a ready market for the m, and they cannot be traced. A Safe Deposit Box here affords absolute safety for Bonds and valuable papers. ;i HAND BROKEN BY BLOW FROM SLEDGE John Kemp of Abbeyville, employed by the county in road building sus tained two broken bones in his right hand last Friday morning near the B. & O. tracks when a sledge hammer, weighing ten pounds, swung by John Moore, struck the member. Moo;v was striking the side of a huge bucket a slag loader and Kemp was holding the bail, of the bucket. The sledge struck the side of the bucket a glancing blow and rico chetted, landing heavily upon Kemp's hand. He was given medical treatment and sent home where he is making rapid recovery. s MALLET CREEK Dr. C. N. Pond of Oberlin who spent a part of his early life in York, joined the York Congregational Church 66 years ago, and who has preached in the York Churches many times since, died at his home in Oberlin June 12, 1920. Funeral was held at 4 p. m. June 14. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Branch and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Branch attend ed the funeral. Wednesday, June 9th, was Flawer Wednesday, June 9th, was Flower There were several from the Mallet Creek Union who attended. Mr. fend Mrs. A. K. Weisz left Tues day for Elkhart, Ind., to attend the Moyer re union. Mrs. Bail Alexander and children and Mrs. Harmon Seeley have gone to Wisconsin. Mrs. Wade Brintnall is spending the week with her daughter, Mrs. John Oviiii of Cleveland. The W. C. T. 'J. will hold an ice cretin social Wednesday evening, June 23 in the town hall. XNeUielon "lid lamlv n.evai How They're Made THE SECRET OF THE SAVINGS TO YOU So many people ask us why it it that we can sell Clothcraft Clothes at such moderate prie'es while other clothes seem so much high er in price. Our first answer is, "They do not cost us as much." hut there is a better ven.snn f.Hnn tVmt I The fabrics cost practically the same but Clothcralt Qothes. bemer made m such enor- 8 mous quantities by scientific methods, cost much less per suit. O. N. L E A C H O. P. Clothier MEDINA, OHIO NOTICE! Just Received a Carload of FERRO FEED ERHART ELEVATOR into the Methodist of the week, Mr. and Mrs. L; spent Sunday at ( P If T-Tiii-il mi' , Mr. and Mrs. W; week-i nd at Mr. a while Mr. and Mi parsonage tl le King of Akron, Brint THESE TIMES JUSTIFY YOUR SUPREME EFFORT Present day prosperity and opportunity should call for the best you have. We expect prosperous times and excellent conditions to con tinue for the years to come but Today the Present is all .that is ours. Now is the time to profit from these conditions. If we. can help, call on usi Capita! S10,000. Surplus and Undivided Piv.fiU fcsO.OOO The Lodi State Bank I.OPI OHIO Fk Clo hospital the first of the week I their tonsils removed. Miss Grace Daniels of Clove janeni '. rts the week with her aui H. A. Bishop. Miss Dorothv Lambrieht of " ERHART Miss Ella Grabenstter of Cleveland spent the past week with i"elatives. Mrs. Wrn. Johnson and family . pent Mr. Cox of Washington D, C. is hire visiting his wife and relatives. Mrs. Guy Armbuster and Miss May Kolb spent Saturday in Elyria, Mrs. Charles Spieth of Elyria spent the past week with her son B. B. Spieth. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kaiser and fam ily of Cleveland spent Sunday with his brother, Adam Kaiser. Mr. F. E. Armbuster was called to Wood County on account of the death of a relative. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bremer of La grange spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs. Charles Neff. Mr: and Mrs. Norman Reece and daughter of Chippewa Lake spent Thursday with her Mother Mrs. Charles Neff. Mrs. George Hanmsser and daugh ter Helen spent Friday in Medina. Hugh Dawdell and Ben Spieth and son Bryan were in Cleveland Monday i on business. Mr. Long of Cleveland spent Sun ! day with his nephew Ernest Dill. In India names are likely to change as a result of conversion to Christi anity. For instance, Mr. Nosepricked becomes, Mr. Servant of Jesus; Mr. Beggar, Mr. Child of the Church, and Mrs. She Devil, Mrs. Happiness. 1 s The largest meteorite known is the "Cape York meteorite" brought by Peary from Greenland in 1897. lit weighs 36 tons. LOOPS ! E. P. C ollins, President C. M. Fetzer, 1st V. Pi J. Homer Fisher. Cashi R B Nina B. Norton, Ass't. Cashier . r-j. r ... ... if.VUuA Tlrartfflm l V mm w For Infants an I ""GOHOIra PER CENT. fsimiIatin$toeIbodly I linthcStomachsandBow5L l..J..,.-.m-.'-'la', I j Thereby Promounpi$cston Cheerfulness and Rcst Contains neither Opium,Morphinc nor Mineral, not mki-''v Jumptift$t it i.MfiIRp.medv1br and rewnw-- Facsimile Siatoreo' I Alw Bears the Signature of LW NEW YORg mi i i i ii m hi ii ExactCopy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years GASTORIA TBI OtMTAUH COMPANY. NtW VOUII CITY.