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Medina, Ohio, July 30, 1920;
PAGE SIX THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. t "ft Ml III I W i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM DO NOT FORGET ABRAM'S GREAT SALE OF LA DIES AND MISSES OXFORDS AND PUMPS AT MANUFACTUR ERS PRICE. WE HAVE TOO MANY OXFORDS THEY MUST GO-STOCK INCLUDES BLACKS, BROWNS, WHITE HEELS ARE MILITARY, CUBAN, FRENCH AND LEWIS. WE HAVE ALL SIZES. ABRAM'S CLOTHING & SHOE STORE SPENCER NEWS tin h mm mm Him mini imnimiH Miss Laura Fuller and Miss Edith Ellis, members of the Standard Bear ers' class of the M. E. church, are spending a week at Camp Weselyn, where they are attending convention of the Foreign Missionary societies. Mr. Virgil Gordon, of Butler, Ohio, had his hand caught in a saw while at work for the A. B. Rim Co. Two fingers were badly cut. Friends o fMr. and Mrs. Martin Knoch will be surprised and pleased to know that they have a baby son, born July 20, at Alathe, Col., weight 8 3-4 pounds. M. E. Myers o f Cleveland spent Sunday at L. A. Wood's. Spencer is glad to announce that we have another physician, Dr. Buck ley. The W. C. T. U. ladies met at the home of Mrs. Ned Fuller, Monday, for their annual picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dague and daughter, Leona Rogers, motored to Fremont, Saturday, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kuhn's and Nancy Ingrham's. Miss Verna White is spending a few days with her brother Bert ana family in the country. Car and Chas Bement, Thornton Otto J. Hass, of Cleveland, and Caroline K. Schafer, of Valley City. Charlie Anderson, Albany, N. Y., and Grace Huffman, Medina. Real Estate Transfers Geo. G. Bouthinon and J. B. Fire stone to Vinnie Miller, village lot in Spencer. Glenn A. Bennett to Catherine Carr, lot in Liverpool, $700. Levi Branch, et al., to the Medina Mfg. Co., village lot in Medina (quit claim). Cassie Brooks to Mary Brooks, vil lage lot in Lodi. Hattie E. and Lucien Chidsey to Albert and Lillie Beckenbach, 1 acre in Brunswick. Lenna J. Dick, et al., to Clayton and Mary Neff, village lot in Wadsworth. Cora M. Falconer to C. C. Rasor, et al., 1-2 acre in Litchfield. Paul Glatz to Ami Perrinod, 62.74 acres In Guilford. George and Bessie Hutchinson to David and Nellie Tony, 6 1-2 acres in Homer. Ella M. and Amelia M. Heckman to Albert and Anna Rostorfer, 111.79 acres in Guilford. Frank Heath, admr., to William H. Friedel, village lot in Medina, $5000. Ciair Jones, et al., to John Aladz, Or. R. J. Baird Practice limited to diseases of the EYI EAR, NOSE AND THROAT AN1 FITTING OF GLASSES. Office ovei 0. N. Leach k Son's clothing store Office every Saturday. . ' Miller and Clifton Breyley were et al., 90 acres in Lafayette. t t T i i t I MEDINA COUNTY'S OWN SHOW f NEWTON LIVINGSTON COMEDY DRAMATIC CO. ONE WEEK IN LODI I ON CRUM SHOW LOT 1 BEGINNING MONDAY, AUGUST 2 UNDER BIG WATERPROOF TENT High Class Vaudville Acts Feature Every Perform ance. A Sterling Drama Every Night. i i V camDinsr at South Creek this week. The sudden passing 01 Mrs. Jonn Lechleitner was a shock to her many friends in and about Spencer. The funeralwas held at her old home Wed nesday, July 27. She was taken to Seville to be laid to rest beside her husband who passed away two years ago. Marcus Kindie-. et al.. to Henrv K. Houseworth, 21.61 acres in Lafayette. Mary A. Markel to A. E. and L. H. Sanford, 67.05 acres in Chatham. F. O. and Minnie L. Phillips to C. C. Hines, 3-4 acre in Chatham (quit claim.) H. L. Rasor, et al., to Litchfield Exchange Co., 1-2 acre in Litchfield. George W. Rumbaugh to George and Some of the K. of P: members Bessie Hutchinson, 6 1-2 acres in Ho went over to Homer to help one of mer, $1,000. their brothers, Don DeLong get his I E. R. and Elizabeth Root to Homer hay and wheat in. Mr. DeLong is f Honey Bees Imp. Co., 7.23 nay inu www, 6 acres in Medina village, threatened with typhoid fever. Margaret M Richardson to Walter Mrs. Warren Fenstemaker is visit- ( Daniels, 77.69 acres in Harrisville. ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs: Wm. Celestia A. Richards to F. C. Gault ;Pohlman, 1-4 acre in Chatham. s Mrs. J. C. Beehtel and Mrs. Clara1 S5en., . Medina Wood attended the Ladies' Aid So- g lot in Medina ciety of the Black River churehheld Margaret V. Swartz, et al., to Jos. at Mrs. Mary Browand's on the Smith anfj Mary Hartman, 1-4 acre in Road. I Wadsworth. Miss Estella Channon of Oberlin Paul and Julie Szakal to Steve and visited over Sunday with her sister, Mary Kertesz, 87.08 acres in Sharon. Mrs. Robert Eglin. COURTS A. L. Burnham to Lawrence Pdd. lot No. 557, Medina, Vil. N. W. and Hazel C. Erhardt to Hor ace Marshall lot no. 202 Wadsworth Village. I Elno and Martin Waffle to Carrie I L. Rischel, lot no. 1275 Wadsworty. ' A. E. Young et al to A. F. Hanoi New Cases A M. Laughlin vs. Adam and W i a , 1 Twanannr. A. 'AUmiAlCI AVUllix. - . . . . -A M-AtaJllk i. jh a I from docket of Harve Cutter, J. r. - . vvym iP. u- JUfnr Graneer Township, where plain- interest) M acres. w - . it a net Af . . . ,1 i tiff secured judgement ior oo.w Mary E. Morris to D. H. Boyer lot cosls-, r T-iu W. Web- no- 925 Wadsworth Village, ber. Money and attachment. Amount nignt u. mears and wife to Roy asked. $239 for labor percormeu ouyuer iot no. xo wadsworth VU board and necessities furmshed tne ani' j0t no. 13 Wadsworth tp. dee;v. rwH. Johnson. Wm J- and Mary Phelps to Paul HiCUUt UUIlllUii o. v.jw 1 f ? T ? KRAUSE'S HOG SALE Forty head pure bred DUROC JERSEY We wiU offer 40 HEAD PURE BRED DUROC JERSEY bred sows, open gilts, pigs and a few boars in our first sale Aug. 9 at 1 p. m., 2 miles south of Valley City. 4 1 In selecting Valley City Maid, our foundation sow, we were satisfied that she was one of a prolific strain, bred to a 9001b boar which had a 980 and a 10001b boar as sire and grandsire respectively back of him, and that she is of as near the correct Duroc type as possible. Come and size this sow up for yourself. We were looking for a good boar for a long time, and finally selected University Cherry Chief, the herd boar of the Ohio State University. This boar has not had the advan tage of show ring honors, but his half brother won first hon ors at the 1917 National Swine Show. We invite you to judge him. All animals sold are bred to him of are sired by him. Our great institution selects the best. Here is an opportunity for you to get some of the best. Edwin Krause Valley City, Ohio WE WILL TELL YOU MORE IN NEXT WEEK'S SENTINEL Divorce. , . T. B. Dooley vs. Jane Dooley ai- VRebecca M. Dobson vs. William Dob son, divorce. Journal Entries A. Leser vs. Fred L. Leser. Alimony and custody of minor chil dren. Motion and affidavit in com plaint for contempt. Defendant ord ered to appepar and answer on July 31, at 10 a. m. Arthur W. Leavitt vs. Kittle La- vitt. Divorce and equitable reiiei. Divorce granted to plaintiff on ground o fthree vears absence. Mary A. Sias vs. William Ji. Sias. Divorce. Hearing had and divorce granted on ground of extreme cruel ty. Plaintiff awarded real estate de scribed in petition as alimony and de fendant's interest therein is annulled. Plaintiff restored to her maiden name of Mary Beckholtz. In re apolication of the Board or Trustees of Wadsworth township, Me dina county, to transfer funds from the general fund to the road fund and pike repair fund. Hearing had. Transfer ordered as Prayed for. , Amount transferred $1000. Daniel K. White vs. Warren White et al. Partition. Hearing had and , partition ordered. Commissioners Lloyd Hamlin, .Frank Chidsey and Chas. Scanlon. C. F. Camp vs. 0. C. Hartsel. Cog novit. Cognovit judgment for $187. 52 with costs of suit. T. B. Dooley vs. Jane Dooley. Di vorce. Plaintiff has leave to obtain service by publication. Edith Johnson vs. Clyde Johnson. Di vorce. Dismissed at plaintiff's cost without prejudice. ' Probate Court Petition filed by Goldie May Mc Davitt asking to have her name changed to Goldie May Sheppard. Hearing had and name ordered chang ed. Third and final account filed in trusteeship of Estella Reeder. First and final account, filed m estate of Clara A. Jump, deceased. Hearing lad and will of Mary Dor land, deceased, admitted to probate. Clyde M. Park appointed adminis trator with the will annexed of Mary E. Lowe, deceased. MARRIAGE LICENSES. August E. F. Guedras, of Copley, and Francis Marie Gable, of Wadsworth. ECZEMA NONET BACK vithout quwrionif Hunt ' Sl.. fail in the treatmc nl of V:irma Tetter, Ringworm, Itch, etc Don't become discouraged be cauae other trrnt.ncnti failed Hunt't Salve hat relieved hun dreds of such one. Yon can't ose on our Money Back Guatanlrr. Try it at our ti.k TODAY Price 75c at W. J. WALL, Druggist, Medina. Ohio. Liner Advertisement WANTED Odd jobs carpenter work Phone 1233, Ed Bostwick. 4M WANTED Three rooms in which one woman may do light housekeep ing Address Box 256, The Medina Sentinel 47 tf WANTED Odd jobs, carpenter work Phone 1233, Ed Bostwick, .47 2 pd WANTED Men for work oh Tractor Fly wheels. THE MEDINA MFG, CO. 48tf WANTED: the house. Laundress Call 3246. to come to THY Paul B. Day. Chiropractor "On the Square" MEDINA Phone 4056 Hours: 10:30 12 m. 2 to 5 p. m. 7 to 8 p. m. Every day except Sunday's I am prepared to do your uray ing and Moving Will handle all orders, large or small. G. E. Letterly Jr. Cor. Smith Road, and Elmwood Telephone No. 4237 IV WHITE I.EAn Y Headquarters for all Y Paints and Supplies y Morley White Leal: Alsoy S. W. Paint ; We have a large stock of & Pure Turpentine and Raw A X Linseed oil. A OATMAN'S A A HARDWARE A CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of FOB RENT: Furnished room. 208 E. Smith Road. 4!)lpd. FOR RENT: Rooms, in Neumeyer Block. Phone 1269. 492pd FOR SALE Young pigs of all ages, brood sows and to farrow in Aug ust, September, October. F. D. Koons, phone 2030. 49 tf FOR SALE House and lot, 122 W. Center St., for terms write, Mrs. F. H. King, 2283 Ashland Ave., Toledo Ohio. 484f FOR SALE: Young pigs, 5 brood sows, due to farrow first part of July. F. D. KOONS, Phone 2030, Medina, Ohio. 44tf FOR SALE OR RENT 25 acres of wheat. Cut and thresh on snares. Make arrangements at once. Wm. Richon, phone 2X120, Medina. 46tf PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Office at McDowell's Insurance Agency. Phone 3241. Bertha Neumeyer. 85-24p NOTICE OP ELECTION Notice Is hereby given that, at the Primaries to be held on Tuesday, the Kith day of August, 1920 the proposi tion to make an additional tax levv of three (3) mills outside of all limitation for the period of1 five (5 years for school purposes will be submitted to the electors of Leroy Village School Dla trict, Medina County, Ohio. 1 D. Watklns Clerk, Deputy State Supervisors of Elections, Medina County, Ohio. 474 CE OF ELECTION. Notice is herebv riven that at th Primaries td be held on Tuesdarrthe 10 way-of AUgast 120 , the proposition t make an additional tax levy of three (3) mills outside of all other limita tions for the period of five (5) years mitted nshlp for school purposes will be submitted to the electors of Medina Tow School District, MedfMa County, Ohio. . D. Watklns Clerk. Deputy State) Supervisors of Elections, Medina County, Ohio. 474 bzoro et al, lots nos. 1 and 4 Wads worth tp. tract, 9, 64.84 acres. Clement b. Kice et al to trusttees of the Church of the Brethern lot no. 5, tract 9, 38 acres, Chatham t(p. Hiram Snyder to Chas. E. and Lula M. Parent, lot no, 109 Spencer Vil Chas. Tompsett to Davis A. and J. E. Kisler lot no. 3 Medina tp. 126.50 acres. Chas. A. and Kittie M. Dunham to Rose G. Slater, lot no. 238, Medina Vil. Medina tp. side. , , Hays T. and Wanita W. Darby to the Miller Rubber, Home and Land Co., lot no. 722 Wadsworth Vil. Walter E. Beech admr., to Roella Nixon lot, no. 40 Sharon tp. 76.90 A. I Porter W. Crawford to Jay W. 'Crawford, cemetery lots nos. 7 and 9 Seville VU. Grace and E. L. Underwood to Har ry C. and Olive Farmer, lot no. 162 Lodi Village. lots nos. 3 and 4 in sect. no. 17, 172. 75 acres, Homer tp. Henry and Lizzie Kilmer to Trus tees of Church of the Brethern, lot no. 4 Chatham tp. tract no. 9. E. S. Lythe et al to F. C. BTssell, lots nos. 25 and 16 Granger tp. 27 A Wm. H. Friedel to Peter Summer- field, lots nos. 29, 30, 43, 44, Montville tp. 86.07 acres. Sarah J. Bilbert to A. V. and Rose Sanford lots nos. 122, 119 Lodi Vil. Wm. A. and Mattie S. Helmick to W. J. Phelps lot no. 473 Wadsworth. Cyrus J. Koons and wife to George Rumbaugh lots nos. 5 and 6 sect. 24 Buske, et al lot nos. 30, 31 Sharon tp. 112.17 acres. Frank E. and Elizabeth Haight to R. A. and Elizabeth M. Fredrick lot 81, Wadsworth Vil NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that at the primaries to be held on Tuesday, the 10th day of August, 1920, the proposi tion to make ah additional tax levy of three (3) mills outside of all limita tions for the period of five (5) years for school purposes, will be submit' ted to the electors of Sharon Township School District, Medina County, Ohio. D. Watkins Clerk Deputy State supervisors of Elections, Medina County, Ohio. 464 BOY CORNETIST- on Park Sunday 3:30 p. m. Medina Orchestra - Fred Bohley Soloist. Oberlin Editor Discusses Candidacy uf J. F. Burke After 25 Years Acquaintance Voters Should Read And Think . Oberlin, Ohio. The following are extracts from an editor ial appearing in the columns of the Tribune of this place con cerning J. F. Burke, editor and publisher of the Chronicle-Telegram, of Eelyria, Ohio. "We have known Mr. Burke since he was a young man in college here, nearly thirty years v ago. We have watched his career since. This is the first time he has every became' a candidate for public office. "Our personal acquaintance nnH his Mvmnlete fit- , J. E. BURKE ness for the position he seeks, Candidate for State Senator and the need pi men of energy and ability in the senate and legislature makes a word from us in regard to him appear as a public duty . , , " Mr. Burke is a man in his prime. He is a tireless worker and always has been. Progress and work with him are httle short of a religion. He has advanced in position and responsibility, un dertaking as the result of preparation to be sure, but also everlast- m H? became in time a lawyer, business man, and publisher and editor, and has been and is a marked success in each. Eigh teen years ago he launched and edited for some years ihe Daily Chronicle, which he at last consolidated with the other daily there, and is now publisher of the consolidated paper, The Chronicle- "Wis MiMfiSR is evidenced by his being president of the Ohio Nut and Bolt Company and president of the Lorain County Print ng and Publishing Company, which owns the Chronical-Tele- piiiiivsflnri Minnip Lahnvitz to Hanm-am TTp is viee-nresident and attorney ior a corporation m C. Mohn lot no. 4, tract, Wadsworth Detroit, in which he has a considerable interest, is director of the tp. 65.08 acres. Savings Deposit Bank and Trust Company, a director in the Harley F. Lockwood to Addison L. Lorain County Mortgage and Loan Company, besides being mter Lockwood lot no. 2 Brunswick tp. 80 A ested in several other enterprises. Mary C and Jas.G. Mohn to Phyllis "He has always aided such institutions as theRed Cross and and Minnie Labovitz lot no. 3 in large the Y. M. C. A., being a director m the latter institution. He p lot no. 2t ract no. 1, I7l.'i9 acres in widely read and of good judgment. He is sympathetic m his tern Lafayette tp. 'perant, and naturally takes his position on the side of justice H C. and Mary Rickert to the Wads ' wherever it is found. The wage earners have found they can trust worth Realty and Mtg., Co., lot nos. 'him, and frequently call upon him to address them. He is mtor 856, 357, 857, Wadswort VIL lested in and a student of every problem which he believes to be Henry L. Ripley admr. to Bessie V. right. . ..... Baker lot no. 18 Gulford tp. 7.63 A, " Every good cause finds m him a champion, whether it be uwtm, n. and Marie a. Reese to i the Farmers' Grange, the Parent-Teachers' association or the Albert L. Barth lot no. 18, tract 2, La American Legion. If elected, Mr. Burke, will be an honof feyatte tp. 1-16 A, 'credit to the district" no Wm. O. and Ida M. Hannon to Geo H. Messner, lot no. 286 Wadsworth Village.