Medina, Ohio. Not. 12, 192
THE MEDINA SENTINEL
lira. Joe Lawrence and little son,
Billy of Lexington,' 0., are spending
a week with her parents, W. W. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Don Barlow and lit
tle daughter of Elyria, ate .Sunday
dinner with their parents, T. (2. Bar
low and wife.
Miss Helen Leach, is spending t
few days with her father, W. 0 .Leach
in Berea. Mr. Leach and family will
won. leave for Florida to spend
There are rumors in the air that w
are to have a new store in the Strana
han building soon.
Miss Pearl Pretz of ' Chippewa
Lake spent three days with her sis
tor, Mr. J. C. Winkler.
Mrs. H. T. Case went' Saturday to
New London to visit her sister, re
turning home Monday aternoonf.
Claude- Blanot has moved his fami
ly onto the Geo. Buchanan farm,where
i he expects to live the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Nostran and Mr.
" 1 1 ! and Mrs. C. E. Cowling spent Saturday
E. A- Gunkelman and father, George . in Akron.
Gunkelman motored to Massillon Fri
day of the past week.
Mrs. John Kemp spent last Thurs
day with her sister. Mrs. Lewis Selbv.
the nt ovpr h. w.lr-n1 wi, 1,110 8061,11 Is Ior everyouay, young ana
The box social is going to be in the
basement of the school house, instead
of the town hall. Those who desire
to cover their boxes may, as they arc
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ulmer.
Mrs. Mary Metzger entertained he
father, Mr. Peccorni of Cleveland.
Albert Haury and wife of Grafton,
I Wm. Feist and wife f Cleveland.Geo.
Maxworthy and family of Erhart, Ed.
Kemp from Branch Road, and Fred
temp and family were Sunday visit
ors at Loren Kemp's. K
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Yeakle of Jo
lumbus were callers at 'the A. C.
Frank home Tuesday.
Mrs. George Weber was in Cleve
land last Friday. A '
E. A. Gunkelman was in Cleveland
on business Tuesday.
Princess Theater ,
TUES. AND WED., NOV. 16. -and 17
F. C. BARTUNElt
THE REVENGE OF TAR7AN
"Revenge of Tarzan
of the Apes"
ADJWJSSION? 35 Cents and 28 Cents
POULTRY OF ALL KINDS. BEST
LOCATED NEAR B. & 0. TRACKS
Phone 1062 or 1220.
B. W. TEBBITTS
) Medina, Ohio
Being a Member of th
s "Federal Reserve System" of
Banks is added protection and
greater benefits for our cus
tomers. We invite YOUR Banking
The Old Phoen
old. Let every one come and all the
ladies' and, girls and bring a box. They
are going 'to be auctioned off by H. E.
Weltmore to the highest bidder. Re
member the date, this Saturday night, i
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davis, Mr. ana
r-Mrs. F. E. Shr.w and Misses Evelyn
arid Mildred Shaw of Cleveland, ana
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Shaw and family
of Medina, spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Myers.
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Webber of La
Grange spent the week-end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Curtiss.
The school fair was well attended
and they had a very fine program and
a good exhibit. Thre was a good
time planned for every one there.
Geo. Anderson spent two days at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. J.Roby.
'Ally Welty lias rented Mrs. Mal
lery's house for the wiAter.
. Thq Ladies' Aid are going to have an
all-day meeting t m pidnic dinner on
next Thursday, Nov. 18. It is going
to be at the home of Mrs. Harry
-.vnau, nr D I Do.Vrl Practice limited to
GROWING WHEAT CROPS '' diseases of the EYI
EAR. NOSE AND THROAT AND
That scientific research in soils and FITTING OF GLASSES. Office ovei
farm crops aids In the production of 0. N. Leach & Son's clothing store
greater yields of wheat is brought out Office every Saturday.
in tests at the Ohio Experiment Sta-1 '
The average yeld of wheat follow
ing corn that has been fertilised with
8 tons of manure and 820 pounds of
add phosphate has been 31 bushels to
the acre for the last 10 years, or doub
le the state average for the same peri
od. This increase has been due to
careful study of the fertility require
ments of wheat j
Director Charles E. Thome states
that even with improved machinery
the average increase in yield of wheat
in the state sincel850 has been only 3
bushels per acre.
It has been possible at the Ohio Ex
periment Station to increase yields
more than 15 bushels to the acre by
scientific study, a nd this increase has
been attained with a reduction in the
amount of labor required to produce
a bushel of wheat.
LADIES & GENTS DRY CLEANING
PRESSING AND REPAIRING
Electric Livht ami
Will run an electric motor for 2c
an hour. Cheaper than labor.
V. C. OSGOOD, Medina, O
Chas. Smith of Barberton,
Sunday here with his sister,
tails ii tb McjtmentorE. m.
Tetter, Rmgworrrr, Itch, etc
Oop't berornr discouraged be
eau.:e (other trrat.rwut. fa,ied
Hunt . Salve has relieved hun
dretl. of such cases. You can't
ose on our Money Ba,h
TODAY Price 75c at
W. J. WALL, Drugirist. Medina. Ohio,
IF YOU ARE
,0rHy ram 1 SUFFERING WITH
more, visited friends here Sunday.
Ruth Kime of Rittman, was a vis
itor here over Sunday. 1
v James 'Mpore and wife of Sterling,
visited at the Chas. Schaad home on
Mrs. Chas, Gast spent Friday at
the home of her parents, Mr. Myers
Mrs. Orlo Crush and Mrs. James
VanNostran visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Travelbee near Con
Jesse Brinkerhoff spent a couple of
days the past week in Cleveland.
Mr. Arnold and family moved into
the Geo. Rickle property last Thurs-,
Dr. Blanchard and son of Florida,
who spent the summer with friends
here, expect to leave for their heme
at Jupiter, Fla., Monday.
John Double and wife spent Friday
at the home of their son Dwight, and
family, at Cherry Corners.
Reed Whitmore was In Cleveland
Mrs. James Hays left Thursday for
Washington, where she expects to;
make her home. '
Chas. Gast and wife were in Sterl-f
Ted Norton of Kent and George
Norton of Akron, spent Sunday at
the home of their mother.
Austin Swartz was in Wooster on
Mrs. Frank Drabbelbiss of Mans-,
field, is visiting her mother, Mrs.
George Norton. I
Mabel Walters and Ruth Parker
have been quite ill the past week
with pneumonia. ' .
Chauncey Frary and wife spent
Monday in Akron. .'
Frank Leggett, wife and son, Merle
of Canaan Bend, were dinner" guests
at the Frank Talley home Sunday.
Mrs. Florence Baumgardner and
Mrs. McCowat and daughter of Cleve-
land, were week-end guests at the
Felix Reynolds home.
Mrs. Tena Dargitz of Pioneer, 0.
is visiting friends in town.
Miss Sarah Feeman of Kansas call
ed on. her cousin, Mrs. Mary Young,
Geo. Smith and wife
Stomach trouble come to me.
My Chiropractic Adjustments
will make you well.
PAUL B. DAY
"On the Square"
HOurs: 10:30 to 12 m.
2 to 6 p. m.
7 to' 8 p.m.
Every day except Sunduy
IliNpf Contents 15 Fluid Drachqj
For Infant3 and Children.
Mothers Know That
. Genuine Castoria
Thereby Promoting Digestion
Cheerfulness and RestXontauis
neither Opium. Morphine nor
Mineral. M ot xyuwy 1 v
A fiMnf ill Remedy for
Constipation and Diarrhoea
and Feverisnness a.
LOSS OF SLEEP
tot Uentaoh Compare
Mn. I IT
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THI onrr.ua OOMMNf an VO.JK OfTT.
entertained 1 Jk
their daughters and families at din-f t
Protect, your cash not only
wi th bolts and bars and bank
but with businesslike printed
forms and records for every
transaction you undertake.
We can show you a paper-
Paper that betrays erasure
and prevents fraudulent al-
teration of your checks, notes, s
drafts ai d receipts.
For letterheads and general
.printed forms we use and
recommend a standard paper
Abram's 30 Discount Sale
Have You Bought Your Share?
Do Not Throw Away This Opportunity
HUNDREDS HAVE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THIS
REMARKABLE SALE. TH E MANUFACTURERS
HAVE CUT THE PRICE AND WE HAD TO DO LIKE
WISE. THE REGULAR PRICE OF EVERY.SUIT AND
OVERCOAT IN OUR MAMMOTH STOCK HAS BEEN
REDUCED 30 PER CENT. NEVER BEFORE HAVE
YOU HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE HIGH
CLASS MERCHANDISE AT SUCH A REMARKABLE
SAVING. READ THESE FEW BARGAINS BELOW,
THEN COME IN AND BUY-AND BUY ALL YOU CAN
-NOTHING WILL BE RESERVED MUST BE ON.A
$27.50 Overcoats 30 off $19.25
$35.00 Overcoats 30 off $24.50
$40.00 Overcoats 30 off $28.00
$50.00 Overcoats 30 off $35.00
A Men's Suits
$25.00 Men's Suits 30 off ...... .$17.50
$27,50 Men's Suits 30 off $19.25
$30.00 Men's Suits 30 off $21.00
$35.00 Men's Suits 30 off $24.50
$37.50 Men's Suits 30 off $26.25
$40.00 Men's Suits 30 off $28.00
$50.00 Men's Suits 30 off $35.00
$60.00 Men's Suits 30 off . , $42.00
Overalls Work Shirts
$2.00 Overalls, all sizes, 30 off $1.40
$2.50 Overalls, all sizes, 30 off. . . .$1.75
$2.00 Jackets to match 30 off $1.40
$2.50 Jackets to match 30 off $1.75
$1.75 Work Shirts 30 off. ..... . .$1.23
$2.00 Work Shirts 30 off $1.40
$5.00 Coveralls 30 off $&50
that we know will give you
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