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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO.
PAGE SIX MEDINA, OHIO, JUNE 18, 1920 LEGAL NOTICE In Court of Common Fleas, Medina County, Ohio. , . Julia Otterbacher, . Plaintiff, ) vs. . Case No. 5105 Charles Otterbacher, I Defendant, Charles Otterbacher, the above nam ed defendant, whose residence is No. 184 Second Avenue, New York, will take notice that on the 15th day of May, A. D. 1320, the plaintiff, in said court, duly commenced a civil action against the defendant to recover against him the sum of $1103.83, to gether with interest on $72.58 from January 1st, 1908, interest on $37.50 from July 1st, 1906, January 1st, 1907, July 1st, 1907, January 1st, 1908, July lBt. 1908, January 1st, 1909, July 1st, 1-909, January 1st. 1910, July 1st, 1910, January 1st, 1911, July 1st, 1911, Jan uary 1st, 1912, July 1st, 1912, January 1st, 1913, July 1st, 1913, January 1st, M14, July 1st, 1914, January 1st, 1915, July 1st, 1915, January 1st, 1916, July 1st, 1916, January 1st, 1917, July 1st, 1917, January 1st, 1918, July 1st, 1918, January 1st, 1919 and July 1st, 1919, and interest on $18.75 from August 5th, 1919, and costs of suit, upon an order and decree of the Court of Common Pleas, of Medina County, Ohio, made on the 26th day of September. A. D. 1905, in an action by the plaintiff against the defendant ror divorce, ali mony and relief. An order of attachment in this action has been duly issued and levied against the following described real estate of aid Charles Otterbacher,, defendant Situated in the township of Liv erpool, County of Medina, and State of Ohio ,and known as being the undivided one fourth part of the following described parcels of land: FIRST PARCEL: Known as be ing 33.93 acres of land in Lot 1, tract 21, of said township and bounded as follows: On the north and south by the north and south lines of said lot; on the east by land in said lot owned by Louis Rahrig and on the west by lands of Frederick and Mary Born and containing 33.93 acres, be the same more or less. SECOND PARCEJ-i. Also one other piece of land situated in the same township, county and state, and known as being 40.25 acres in the south part of Lot 2, tract 21, of said township, and bounded and described as follows: On the north by lands in said lot owned by Theresa and Albert J. Armbrus ter; on the east by lands in said lot owned by John Mott, and on the south by the south line of said lot and land in said lot owned by John Mott, and on the west by the west line of said lot and containing 40 .25 acres of land, be the same more or less. THIRD PARCEL: Also one other piece of land, situated in the same township, county and state, and known as being 25 acres in the north-west corner of Lot 3, in I tract 21, in said township, and bounded and described as follows: On the north by the north line of said lot: on the east and south by lands in said lot owned by Otto A. Nilges and on the west by the west line of said lot and containing 25 acres of land, be the same more or less. FOURTH PARCEL: Alsc- an other piece or parcel of land situ ated in the same township, County and State, and known as being 30 acres in Lot I, tract 21, of said township and bounded and describ ed as follows: On the north by the north line of said lot; on the east by lands in said lot owned by Anthony J. Hinkle; on the south by land in said lot owned by Ida Strittmatter and on the west by by lands in said lot owned by Georpe Haury and containing 30 acres of land, more or less. FIFTH PARCEL: Also an other piece or parcel of land situ ated in the same township, county and state, and known as being the tri id the n 9$ the Sal 396 9 1 1 ,-. Any man. who buys a car without Six, does hi a: elf a very grave injustice. The quality of this Seven- I passenger car mr,y be equaled by a few cars it is excelled by none! $2400.00 DELIVERED INSPECT ONE Litchfield, Chatham, Harrisville, Homer, Spencer and Penfield Tps. Wm. A. Moore Plow 247 SPENCER, OHIO Phone 247 MEDINA MARBLE tiiininiiiim SPENCER NEWS 1 i Dr. Wm. H. Stroup is attending the Alumni Association of the Medical Department of Western Reserve Uni versity at Cleveland this week. The doctor is a graduate of this school he is of the class, of 1885. Thirty five years is a long time to engage in any business or profession. He is one of the old guard the other mem bers remaining in Medina county are: Drs. C. D. Freeman of Medina, and Jas. E. Waite and Elliott of Lodi. Mr. S. D. Oakley is the only person in business in Spencer who was in business when the doctor commenced the practice of medicine in Spencer township. He is still holding forth at the old stand on North Main and is hale and hearty. He is one of the three or four old veterans of the Civil War left in Spencer. Dr. Stroup has been identified with the best interests of Spencer all his life and has been a good friend of the schools and churches. Has been a member of the school board for thirty years. The Womans Baptist Missionary Societies of the Lorain Ass'n., met with the F. B. So's. of Spencer F. B. church Tuesday, After dinner was served in the Sunday-school rooms, the meeting was called to order by the President, Mrs. Everhard of Elyria. A very devout service was led by Mrs. Wilferd of Elyria. A report was given of the 0. B. C, by Mrs. Ely of Wellington. A very interesting talk was given on the world-wide Guild work. The societies gave a vote of thanks to the Spencer ladies lor their splendid entertainment, but Spencer church felt well repaid. About sixty guests were present at dinner. Spencer places of business will be closed each Wednesday afternoon ana evening at 6 p. m. The wind storm of last week did very little damage to property in Spen cer, but reports from tre surrounding towns tell of silos being blown down. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walliam were called to Kalamazoo. Mich., to attend the funeral of Mrs. Walliams mother who passed away June 13. Mr. and Mrs. Dohmar of Wadsworth Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rice of Wellington, visited Mr. and Mrs. Herm Hyde last week. The K. P. lodge will hold their an nual memorial service Sunday. All members are requested to meet at the K. P. Hall, servide to begin at one o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Wolf and family attended the wedding of Miss Marion Wolf to Mr. Richard Leach at the brides home in Penfield, Saturday night, June 12. The Misses Linnie Aldrich, Rose i Weidrick, and Evelyn Winter, who arc ' attending school at Kent, are at their respective homes this week. Mr. an d Mrs. Ned Fuller went to Oberlin Saturday night to visit their son, Milard, and r-ce the class phty. Milard graduates this week. Mrs. Fuller stayed to attend commencement iVirs. bus last bite went t o Colnm s a delegate of the Py a convention. Her went to the Akron tfhero she has under Class of the M. E. fllnvnl.-md in niir.nrl n c '- rid attended the De Long-reunioi 400 miles, at a discount can not tel investigating the merits of a Big J & GRANITE CO. High Grade Monuments Markers and Mausoleums Office and Works South Court Street Medina, Ohio Phone 1118 HMMMMIMHMM muni hum She will be. remembered as the former Miss Maud Davison. PICNICS AT WOOSTER Many farm bureau picnics from northern Ohio counties have been scheduled to be held at the Ohio Ex periment Station, Wooster, during the month of June. Sandusky County, with Carl Lowe, as agent, have selected June 19. Summit County delegation have the date of June 22 ; J. C. Hedge is county agent and' leader. Medina County, with S. M. Salis bury, county agent, is scheduled for June 23. Auglaize County farm bureau dele gation will visit the Station on June 25; H. L. Andrew is leader. Practically all the delegations will come in automobiles on specially ar ranged tours. s A CORRECTION In giving an account of the run away in last week's issue, in which the automobile of Elbert Spitzer was considerably damaged by the horses, we stated the team belonged to Max Koehler. This was an error. The horses were the property of his brother, Louis. FOND OF WILLOW TREES The Strang bug captured out on the Branch Road by Guy Moore and submitted to County Agent Salisbury who, in turn, sent it to the experiment al Station is known as the Simlex Aniericanus of Giant Willow Sawfly, which is especially destructive to wil low trees. For the elm tree, which is preponderant in this section, the Saw flv has little affection and seldom at- i tacks this class of tree. s I CONVENE AT WELLINGTON I Twenty members of the King's i Daughters from this city, headed by ' Mrs, Norma Clark, president of the I Medina county circles, motored to Wellington Thursday of this week to attend the annual group convention in that city. Mrs. Clark s address is titled "Ruts And How To Avoid Them." FLAG DAY A few more flags than usual dis played last Monday marked the ob servance of Flag Day, a day set aside for the flag itself instead of its sym bols. The Stars and Stripes was offici ally made the emblem of the republic by Congress on June 14, 1776. Mrs. Mary Dorland, nearly 75 years old, living at Wadsworth, died at her home last week of dropsy and a com plication of diseases. Five daughters survive her. Guy W. Partlon of Seville and Miss Naomi Sulliger of Barberton were married last week at Akron. ! Charles Gish, 59 years old, of Wads worth, died last week. Burial was made in Woodlawn cemetery of that place. PAWNEE Mr. and Mrs; Tra Krleger and (laugh ter, and Mr, and Mrs. Blake Bowman of Chippewa Lake were at J. Notts, Sunday. The North East Ohio District S. S. j Convention of the Church of the Breth ren will be held in the Black River church, Jure '22 to 24, commencing at 7-,'iO p. m. Tuesday the 22nd. ThTe will be three sessions Wednesday and 'two Thursday. 'The Ten: perance a ltd al Purity discussion on Tuesday I ting is expected to be especially I !. R$v. Jesse B.'Emmert a j, is-1 ary, horn on furlough from In lia give his illustrated lecture on to n operation on ! r of Toledo, ;:tid Campbellsvilli (1 family spi at CHATHAM George Rov.o of Mansfield, is visit- tag his sister, Mrs. J. E. Paddock. Mr. Will Shaw has recently pur. chased a new .Willys-Knight car. Robert Paddock has gone to Mans field to visit fc'ith his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rowe. Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson are the the proud parents of a little daughter, bom on Thursday evening of last week The Sanford reunion will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pros Hoinan ' and a large number of guests are ex i pected. j Mrs. T. C. Jenkins and daughter, ! Evelyn and son Eldon, and Mrs. C. W. Rowe and daughter Joy, and George Rowe, motored to Mansfield and spent Sunday with Mrs. J. E. Paddock. A fine Children's day program will be given in the Congregational church Sunday evening. Dr. G. W. Orcutt of Wooster will preach at Lafayette Sunday and the communion service will be observed. Mrs. Jennie Shank has returned from Denver, Col., after spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Clapp and family. On Friday of this week Mr. Oliver McCullough is expecting delivery of a new Willys-Knight touring car. Mr. Olen Spitzer spent Sunday in Lorain. , s The costliest watch in the world is a jeweled timepiece in the possession of the pope, which is estimated to be worth $300,000. LAFAYETTE A June wedding of unusual interest to this town occurred in Lodi, Tuesday evening, when Miss Inez Earnest of Oberlin became the bride of Mr. Lloyd Leatherman of Lodi. The ser- j vice was performed in the newly furn ished home of the bride and groom and in the presence of the immediate fam ilies. Both of these young people are 1 well known here. Mrs. Leatherman having spent her girlhood days in the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Chapman Jr. and her' friends in this locality. Mr. Leather- j man, now associated with the Leather man Hardware Co. of Lodi, was at one time a resident of this township and very favorably known. A host of friends from Lafayette extended congratulations to tb's happy couple. I Miss Leatha Stackhouse is in Cleye land assisting in the home of her sis- j ter Mrs. Elwin Reece, for a few weeks Mrs. Reece is slowly convalescing af ter her operation. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mann were in attendance at another Short Horn Cattle sale held at Cadiz, O., Friday, last. Leon Meyers and son George were business callers in Cleveland, Friday. Judge Schlechty is in Port Clinton this week, assisting his son Earl of the Newton Livingston Co. Mr. Schlechty will remain with his son for an indefinite time, taking the place of one of the company, whose death occurred quite recently. A gas rigging was moved last week on the Rude Hartman farm. Another enjoyfEble social event of last week, was the Wheeler reunion which was held Saturday at the home of Eli Reed on the Chatham Road. Guests to the number of sixty-eight came from far and near to do justice to the fine picnic spread and to the liberal hospitality of their host and hostess. Those from a distance were Geo. Wheeler and family, Albert Markle and family, the Will Wheeler family, the Walter Wheeler family, together with the Rowan and Kup penfield families all of Akron. Those present from Cleveland were Summer Wells and family and Huld'ah Rebeck. ' Mrs. Chas. Miller had as her guests' over the week-end, George Johns and family of Cleveland. Mrs. Carl Harrington was hostess Friday afternoon at a meeting of fourteen ladies of the Adult Bible Class. Officers for the next six months were elected after which a most delectable luncheon was served. Frank Davis and family of Berea were entertained at the home of I. A. Davis and wife over Sunday. The second oil-well on the C. E. Cowling farm proved to be a disap pointment. Although some oil was found, it was in too small a quantity to pay to shoot the well. Manager Wolb will make a third attempt, how ever, moving his rig this time nearer the front end of the farm. Harry Lance and family attended the Wideman reunion at the Lake, Saturday. In observance of Children's Day, a Cantata will be given by the girls and boys of the M. E. Sunday School on Sunday evening, June 27th. The ice cream festival of last week, netting the Ladies Aid about fifteen dollars. Jake Mong and family and Mrs. Lizzie Richardson of Barberton came uii Sunday to the home of Harl Rich ardson, Mrs. Richardson remaining Mrs. mother C. M. Mrs. Ps'lll 'ones S. E. :o Cle leman Inltal. ccompanied her Zachtell and land Friday. returned from Monday, her Fairvii health Mr. Helen, i improved. Heinis; and daughter, ihd Mrs. and Mr. Arnold' Lehman of i week-end guests or ace and daughter. quite outgrow that ) Coney and "Bump the iggest that you motr hat lead? from this la you will, have the : up in the air and ensation that ever a could produce, only ndance at the Lcathcr ifuding in Lodi, Tue? :ere Mrs. pen- Chap id Mrs. Carl Harring- over i town down and Mrs. John Reed and family eivsn tteed ana wife were call John Shaw's 'in Canaan, Sun he meeting of the Farm Bureau jrs, Wednesday night, Clayton elected Chairman and Lance Secretary-Treasurer of ' 1- pureau. Earl Funk of Lakewootl and' Vill Lance of Kendal ville, Ind siting at the home of Frank it Mince on the Medina Road. Mrs. Will Lance will come later for an indefi nite visit at the home of C. E. Lance and wife, and with her old friends around here. Mrs. S. J. Vanusdale was called to Seville Sunday to care for her aunt, Mrs. Etta Shook, who is quite sick. Chas Norton lost one of his valu able team horses Monday morning, it beiM' found with its head cauirht in theTVi langer. GLEANINGS A. U. Weygandt, democrat, of Baughman township and Harry Mc Clarran, republican, of Wooster, have been named jury commissioners of Wayne county for the present court term. The movie show house at Creston has been closed, the manager and his wife joining a dramatic company. Daniel Long, of Creston, recalls the disastrous June frost just 61 years agowhen the wheat and corn in that section were killed. The frost was a hard freeze, says he. Wheat, partly filled was killed and, in some sections was cut immediately, dried and used for feed for cattle. Corn was knee high and frozen to the ground. In some sections, corn was drilled in again, both in corn ground and where the wheat was taken off, making some feed. Seasons, then, were consider ably earlier than now, he stated, so Liner Advertising STRAYED OR STOLEN: Dark Brin dle female Boston bull dog, answers to name of Foxie." . . Liberal reward for information leading to her return. R. M. Long, 515 Blake Ave., Medina, Ohio. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Office at McDowell's Insurance Agency. Phone 3241. Bertha Neumeyer. 35-24p FOR RENT Room suitable for of fice or small business; ground floor; rent reasonable; lease if desired. Ap ply for information at the office of The Medina Sentinel, 111 N. Court St. tf FOR SALE Poland China pigs, eli gible to register. Sire, Homers Giant No. 123109; Dam, Polly Pros pect No. 243066. Farrowed March 13, 1920. Either sex, $15. 42-2 Dale Lechlietner. Spencer, O. FOR SALE Five year old black sad dle pony. This is one of the good ones. R. O. McDowell. Medina, Ohio. that corn planted later than May 10 was not counted on to produce a crop. Otis Shaw, 84 years old, died re cently at the home of William Baker, north of Creston. His death was due to the infirmities of old age. Inter ment was made at Leroy. As many licenses for the sale of cigarettes have been asked for in Wayne county in 1920 as in 1919, de spite the increase in license tax from $15 to $50. Lightning fired the barns of John Whonsetler and Sam Koppelman near Creston recently. Neighbors formed bucket brigades and prevented much damage. The gas rate at Creston has been raised to 48 cents per thousand feet. The Community Club of Lodi has decided to organize an auto club and interest itself in good roads. The Reserve Oil Co., drilled in its third well in Liverpool recently. Two boys named Howard and Shep- pard, living near Lodi, were severe-1 ly shocked when struck by lightning last week. No serious consequences followed the occurrence. A new passenger train schedule went into effect last Sunday on the B. & O. at Lodi. Eastbound trains now leave at 7.58 a. m., 2:25 p. m., 5:32 p. m., the latter, a conditional stop. Westbound, 10:40 a. m., 8:56 p. m. and 2:07 p. m., the latter a conditional stop. Floyd Moser, of Lodi, who served in the navy for four years but who "has been working in Akron for the last several months, left last week to' again enlist for another four years of sea service. The Lodi Equity Co., of that town is installing electric motors to run their machinery. S. B. Marvin has resigned his posi tion as clerk of the village of Lodi. As the position pays but $200 per annum there is a likelihood that the salary , must be increased in order to hold a competent man in the place. Mrs. Mary E. Ramsey, 87 years old, a resident of Orrville, died last week at her home, having lived in Orrville j for fifty years and in Wayne county : her entire span of years. She is sur yived by one sister, Mrs. Sarah Carr of Kenmore, a son, Frank Ramsey of Orrville and a daughter, Mrs. George Dunlap of North Carolina.' The State Highway Commission hag taken over the job of completing, ihe Owillc Soufiicm Vftd discharging the contractor and appointing another. . 'ihe' road which connects OrrviUe with the Lincoln Highway is now closed but will be open to the public within the next few weeks. The moldcrs at the foundry of tne Ohio Blower & Body Co., at Orrville still remain out on su'ike, the company continuing its policy of an open shop. If the strike continues, the plant will be forced to close tor lack of material. The Red' Cross nursing committee of Baughman and Green tow nships in Wayne county, which maintains a pro fessional nurse, recently submitted a. report showing that one-half of the children in those districts are under weight, six have discharging ears, fif teen have obstruction of the nose,, one hundred and ten have abnormal throats, three hundred and forty-six have defective teeth and three have adenoids. In the last 16 months there were seven deaths from tuberculosis, 7 deaths of infants under 6 months of age, 5 deaths directly due to contagr ious diseases, 4 deaths under one month of age and nine still bom. The enumeration of youths of school age for the Orville school district for the present year totals 994v Last year it was 927. C. J. Bowers and J. G. Goldsmith pf Marshallville, were victors in a series of horse-pitching games last week at Orrville, the defeated being Judge T. W. Orr and Wm. G. Heebsch. Nelson Harris, of Lodi, was one of the 85 cadets who graduated this month from Staunton Military Acad emy. The Northern Ohio Sunday School Association of the Lutheran Joint Synod of Ohio held its session at Ash land last week and elected the follow ing officers: William Kestner, Ashland pres.; Mr. Garman, Homerville, vice pres.; Miss Florence Wonsetler, Can aan", secretary; T. B. Gilbert, London ville, treasurer; Howard Arnholt, Loudonville, statistician. The conven tion next year will be held at Homerville. FOR SALE House and lot, gas range ana neater, zoz n. jenerson. Inquire of J. F. Borger, phone 1126. 38-tf FOR SALE Two brood sows, due to farrow May 8, 12 shoats, 1 top buggy, 1 spring wagon. F. D. Koons. Phone 2030. . 36th FOR SALE Eight good work horses,. $50 to $200 each. Will last for years off the pavement; all service ably sound; also one dump wagon, $50. Apply R. J. Nooney, Route 7, Medina, 1 mile south of Weymouth. FOR SALE: Fine cabbage plants 246 W. Smith Road, Medina, O. 43-lpd. FOR SALE Extra strong baby chicks bred from Utility Stock., S. C White, Brown and Buff Leghorns at $15.00 per hd. Barred Rocks, R. L Reds, Buff Orpingtons and White Wyandottes at $18.00 per hd. Order in advance. Terms, cash. SCHEAFER'S HATCHERY, Valley City, 0., Phone, Liverpool 2-26 82tf LOST: A Marabou Cape between Penfield and Lodi (via Litchfield). Liberal reward for return of same to Mrs. C. B, Barth, Doylestown, Ohio. 42-2pd. FOR SALE :One 8 year old Jersey Cow, fresh, calf by side, good but ter cow. Right in all other ways. J. W. Walker, Phone W166. Seville, Ohio "42-3. TO LET on shares. About 10 acres of Timothy Hay. C. C. Kenyon, 400 N. Court St., Medina, O. 43-lpd. WANTED to hear from owner of farm or good land for sale. Send price and description. Fall de livery. L. Jones, Box 551 Olney, 111. 43-lpd. FOR SALE. The Church of Chris', tabernacle. Contains 11000 feet of lumber. Will be sold cheap, if sold by June 12. Inquire of Dr. Damon, or Dee Nichols. FOR SALE 1 Success Manure Spreader; 1 5 ft. Deering Mower; 1 8 Shovel 2 Horse Cultivator; 1 Sin gle Buggy Harness (never used); 1 Champion Steel Range for waad, coal or gas; 1 Galvanized Tank, 30 inches high, 5 ft. across; 1 Sewing Machine; 16 Bee Hives, sections, and foundations; 40 Locust Posts, All of above in good condition. Phone 4135. M. E. Frazier, Seville, Ohio. 42-tf. Able To Walk Now "Some years ago I suffered a fall which paralyzed the left leg. In win ter it was cold and clammy and I had to be careful to keep from freezing. I could not move the toes. Chiropractic was recommended and after the first adjustment I'noticed after getting in bed that I could move my big toe. In a few more I began doing my work as farm superintendent on foot. That was in 1916. I have had no trouble rinee." D. C. Lemons, Chiropractic Research Bureau, Statement noll86H See' ' Paul B. Day Chiropractor Hrs. 2-5, 7-8 . Phone 4056. "On the Square" " , MEDINA v See Me For fraying, transferring And Teaming of All Kinds A. W. SfRAGUC, Spencer, Ohio Fir Q I Ehir'S Practice limited to UI. K. J. DdSlU diseases of the EYS EAR, NOSE AND THROAT AND K1UT1NG OP GUASSES. Office over 0. N. Leach Son's clothing store. Office every Saturday. 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 I am prepared to do your Draying and Moving Will handle all orders, large or small. G. E. Letterly Jr. Cor. Smith Road, and Elmwood Telephone No. 4287