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Medina, Ohio, July 30, 1620.
THE MEDINA SENTINEL PAGE THREE Auto Livery Prompt service. Careful driving Auto tires and supplies; DeLaval Cream Separators. Ill W. Washing ton St, Mednia, 6. Phone 81SS. E. T. PIERCE. The Edw. P. Kleve Funeral Director and Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 268 Spencer, 0. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A NOTICE Office open Tuesdays Thursdays and Satur days. D. H. Mnmmaw D. 0. EYE-SIGHT SPECIALIST Glasses Fitted No Drugs Used. South Side Square . LAFAYETTE Sunday dinner with A. F. Lance and wife. , i Marie Ballash and a party of her friends from Cleveland, enjoyed an uutiii at vrtjuai 1 uiiil uii otiuuruiiy. ERHART smmsBmsb: WssswsN THE SPENCER STATE BANK HAVE MOVED INTO THEIR NEW BANKING HOUSE AND WILL APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE i MetContratsl5hudJc AtGOHOL-a PBR Of111 AVcctabieftepafaimOTffl ncithcrOpiam.Morpnu..-. Mineral. Nol kahw mdxafO jus. itvfor Constipalionuman- and reverie; p T.OSSOFS1BEP 1 Athfrom-mimau lac-SimileSinat0 laBCwrCoMPflK CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of f l'IU Exact Copy of Wrapper, In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE OCNTAUn COMPANY, NEW VOIW OITT. PHONE 3066 PLUMBING AND BATH FIXTURES Complete Lines Carried In Stock We do plumbing and steamfitting satisfactorily, reasonably H. E. Joy Plumbing Shop 648 Wadsworth Road Mrs. Chas. Eakens entertained her sister, Mrs. Byron Yoder and child ren of Canton Monday, and also the Wm. Fike and family motored to Misses Alice and Mattie Newton of Cleveland for the week-end, bringing Cleveland on the same day. Miss Alice, back with them Mrs. Otto Uterhardt who has been a cripple for years and family for a week's visit. greatly enjoyed the trip, as it was her Mr. and Mrs. Hanse Wall visited in W experience with country life. Akron from Thursday right until Sat- "? "Mile Morse oi ixdi and Miss urday at the home of their daughter, germce Benner of River Styx took Mrs. Hoyt Reynolds and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Maytham of the Lake, with their daughter, Mrs. M mer Barrett of Elyria, were at the Wm Maytham home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Grimm welcom ed the arrival of their seventh son last Wednesday. Both mother and am crnfrinor alnno- finp llTlrfpr the VIIJIM ... V gVVVM H.M"5 ! . excellent care of Mrs. L. A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Nell Reece and daugh-1 while the thirteen-month-old son is be- ter of Chippewa Lake spent Sunday ing cared for by his admiring friends, with their daughter, Mrs. Guy Arm- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Malone. bruster. Mrs. Nellie Jones has been quite Born to Mr. and Mrs. James April, sick with an attack of measles, while a 7 pound daughter, July 14. Eugene Schlechty is convalescing Mrs. Anna Reece and daughter of from the same disease. Chippewa Lake spent the latter part Paul Warner and family accompani- her mother Mrs-: ed their brother, Glen Warner, who NHrB n R . . - I has been visiting here for a week, to iJJ?! Mr,s- B- 5; let t- his home in Wooster Sunday. Their W SVm S'gbey, daughter, Alberta returned with her and, f aml1 Belden- . . , 1 parents after a few week's vacation Mr. and Mrs Ernest Dill and son, with relatives. Mr. Warner's father, were in Cleveland, Saturday on Wesley Warner, came back with them MnessYr t t, t for a visit M,ss Mary RlslnS 1S visiting her " ,' . , , , . sister in Cleveland for two weeks. I Funeral services were held in Me- Burton Armbruster returned to dina Saturday.for the late P.W. los- Ejyria after spending his vacati0n kett, who was most graciously cared here his parents. i for during his declining years at the Dance at K 0 T M Jul 31 home of Ms daughter, Mrs Irvin Rh t q m flnd M ! Phinney. Mrs. Paul Caldwell of Mar- Ernest Diu had tip of his fi ion was among those from a distance cut off by a lawn mower Frid evn to attend the funeral . jng. John Reed and family motored to Art Fiest and three daughters are Ashland Sunday, and with the E. J. in Cleveland visiting their grand par- ana v ranK stone lamiues oi mat city, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fiest. went to Mansfield, where a surprise J. A. Kaiser returned home from reunion was attended by another of Baltimore Saturday evening much Mrs. Reed's brothers, E.C. Stone and improved in health. family. This being the first time in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neff and son several years that this family was to- were in Grafton Saturday, gether. It naturally was a happy oc- Miss Esther Spieth is visiting her cassion for all concerned. grandmother, Mrs. Julia Dowdell, at Don't miss the ice-cream social given Grafton, at the town hall Friday night, July Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sigbey and fami 30. The "small fry" are having charge ly spent Sunday at Kiipton and Cam of the social, the proceeds to help den swell the treasuries of the primary and s junior classes of the M. E. Sunday . nnnvrm t r school. So come along! AMMI VILiLilS Geo. Betz and family of Sharon visited Sunday at the home of C. E. Mr. and Mrs. Delcie Fisher of Me Cowling. dina called Sunday afternoon at E. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Kulp enter- A. Gunkelman's. tained their guests, Roy Kulp and , Mrs. John Kemp spent last Thurs wife of Elyria, over the weekend and day with her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. on Sunday they all enjoyed a motor F. C. Pfieffer. at Medina. trip to Ashland. Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gunk- Miss Mildred Knecht of Friendsville elman, July 24, a son. spent a few days with her cousin, Mrs. Albert Frank accompanied Myrtle Lance, who went home with het Henry Gunkelman and family to Mas- Sunday to stay until Friday of this ounoay. week George Maxworthy and family of 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lance and fg sPent Suniay at Loren children, Edna and Wendell, were din- v?" , . a'a. t m ner guests Sunday at the M. D. Fretz i lSSSJS SfSSK home on the pikef ' SZ I 1M Nelhe The Misses Jennie and Hazel Mc- mga?. i a ui Elroy of Mansfield spent a few days rIIK E&2$St last week at the home of their Wm&tfSWj Creek the John McElroy and wife. llateP Vrt oi last week, i A son was born July 7 to Mr. and ee Stemgass of Cleveland was Mrs. Pierce of near Chatham. This a Ifamily has had a very serious time T M.r- a"t J?hn emt were at with the measles. Mrs Pierce having Lewls Selbys Sunday afternoon. i 1..j fw.m .;(.; Lawrence Pitkin, who has been cal attack of this disease. Miss Wini- spendin? part of the past week with fred, the 4th grade teacher, was also ls C0USln' ra Kemp returned to his very ill with the measles while attend- m.Laew?? Fnday' f ing Kent Normal and this week she J frothy Gunkelman spent Satur- is expected home to more fully recover W1U1 ner t0UB1"' orma n- her health before commencing her g school year here at the center. An event of special importance was The Bureau of Chemistry says that the picnic supper held Saturday at the the coloring ingredients in rainbow , home of Dow Buchanan and wife for sugar are harmless, and the sugar the Kulp families, in honor of their seems to be exactly the same in qual- j sister from Tennessee, Miss Laura ity and sweetness aswhite granulated Kulp. The genial hospitality of the sugar. Rainbow sugar is nothing host and hostess, together with the more than granulated sugar which presence of Mrs. Mary Kulp and the has been colored. It brings a higher Chas. Kulp family from Friendsville, Pe than white sugar. Mrs. Tom Shaw from West Salem, Ar chie Eaken and wife from Medina, and the E. S. Kulp families made this an occasion of untold pleasure to their relative from the Southland. The school baord at its monthly meeting Monday night let the follow ing kid routes: No. 2, E. O. Shetler,, for $4.50; No. 3, W. K. Bagley, for $4.25, No. 4, L. J. Shaw, $5.00; No. 6, E. L. Dickinson, $4.00; No. 7, W. H. Barhart, $5.00. Nos. 1, 5, 8, and 9 were not let, as likewise with the jani tor, only one bid was received for this job, which was not considered. Mr. L. R. Mann of Medina was a Sunday guest at the home of his son, C. W. Mann, this being only one of many similar occasions when the four generations of the Mann family ave spent their quiet Sundays together. Paul Barnhart, the third son of W. H. Barnhart and wife, grew up with a keen desire to see the world. So with this thought in mind he left recently for the West after giving, up a fine position in Elyria, to further perfect his plans for this much desired trip. He now has a splendid job on the Uni on Pacific railroad, with headquarters , at Council Bluffs, Iowa. As these runs take him to the coast, he is given a rare opportunity to see some of the beauty and grandeur of his own far western country. Mr. Wm Ruff and family and Wm. Ruff, Sr., of Akron were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Nasker. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lance took their guest, Blake Lance and wife of Rittman, to Luna Park, Sunday for a picnic outing. Bob Young was out from Cleveland Monday night at his father's home here. Mrs. Esther Deboe and nephew, Frank Mehling of Sandusky, spent the past week at the home of her sister, Mrs, Jack Malone. 1 Miss Edith Eakens is home from Medina on her vacation and is spend ing portions of it in Lodi and Canton, with relatives. LIBERTY BONDS are just like money to the thief. There is a ready market for them, and they cannot be traced. A Safe Deposit Box here aff ords absolute safety for Bonds and valuable papers. j. 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 prices while other clothes seem so much high er in price. Our first answer is, "They do not cost us as much." but there is a better reason than that. The fabrics cost practically the same but Clothcraft Clothes, being made in such enor mous quantities by scientific methods, cost much less per suit. O. N. LEACH 0. P. Clothier MEDINA, OHIO J MEDINA MARBLE & GRANITE CO. High Grade Monuments Markers and 1 Mausoleums Office and Works South Court Street Medina, Ohio Phone 1118 1 j I I GOOD FOR WHAT AILS YOU SEVEN BIG DAYS OF REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA MEDINA, AUGUST 14 to 20 I ABBAMS I JUST A FEW DAYS LEFT OF ABRAMS GREAT REDUCTION SALE-HURRY A GLORIOUS OPPORTUNITY PRICES CUT' On our entire stock, comprising of men's and young men's Gents Furnishings, Hats and Shoes. suits, Words fail to convey the true importance of this remarkable op portunity. It is an event that concerns all Medina County, because it will save the citizens of this county Hundreds of Dollars. You cannot afford to miss this sale, so be on hand early. Hurry be on hand early and avoid the rush. When In Cleveland Leave Your Car Abrams Clothing and Shoe Store AT THE EUCLID SQUARE GARAGE GO. EA8T 13th STREET I NORTH OF EUCLID CLEVELAND MEDINA OPEN EVERY EVENING MEDINA