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PACE THREE THE MEDINA SEN1INEL LAFAYETTE An oil rigging has been moved on to Fred Voorhees' farm and they are drilling for oil. They have just completed a good A weB on Geo. Eaken's farm. John Erb is sick. Ray Harper has pneumonia. lira. Vanasdale and Paul and Ber ace are sick. Llovd Baeley, son of W. K. Bag- ley, has been sick with a bealing in Ms head. , Chas Warner was brought home from the Cleveland hospital last Wedesday and is able to be out and around again. - Mrs. Cowling, Delta and Willard have been sick with tonsilitis. Richmond Wheeler and two sisters expect to spend Christmas in Akron. Geo. Fulton and family are going to spend Christmas In Rittman at the home of H. A. Fulton. EXCHANGE CLEVELAND REAL ESTATE WE HAVE SEVERAL GOOD PAYING INCOME PROPERTIES TO EXCHANGE FOR FARMS. WHAT HAVE YOU. WRITE TO Atwater Realty Co. 13807 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, 0. X z I z w X x I X T linos, uances rc bwuk w bmw tain at Christmas dinner, Blake Kulp j m i.: tjii.. t a- -nAfrL and Harry Lance and wife. CHIPPEWA LAKE i Mr. and Mrs. Earl Caskey were in Akron Tuesday dding their Christmas shopping. I Our schools will give part of tne program at Christmas entertainment at the M. JS. church, Friday evening of this week. There will also be a tree. Everybody invited. Quite a number joined the churches Sunday as a result of the revival ser vices. The tile mill was sold Monday and a 'Mr. Hershey of Cleveland bought the whole works. It was 7 degrees above zero at our place Monday morning. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to the Sentinel family. (The same to you. Ed.) ijtcSfield A abort program and a trea', for the children will be given next Sunday during the Sunday school brar. Mrs. Vera Bowman was qaite sick last week, not much change yet. We wish the Editor and staff of the Sentinel a Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous year. (Thank you. Ed.) Mrs. Lame Whacker and family! relatives in Cleveland Mrs. G. Sears visited her son, Dick Starr, in Toledo last week. Miss Katherine Bowman is spend ing the week with friends in Woos ter. i In my last week's letter, I should have said, the schools would open on Dec. 27, instead of Jan. 3. Miss Ruth Swanker is spending the week in Cleveland. ERHART Wishing all a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year. Mr. Joseph Degnan was in Cleve land Friday. , J. L. Dowdell was in Cleveland on Saturday. Herbert Strittmatter was in Me dina Saturday. ' Wm. Strittmatter was in Medina Sunday.. Mr. John Brennen spent Sunday in Elyria with relatives. John Haury returned to Cleveland after spending several weeks with friends. Mrs. Mary Dunn returned to San dusky after spending several days with her brother, Joseph Degnan. Ernest Dill was a caller at Elyria on Monday. Lanie Rahring spent Friday and Saturday in Elyria and Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Rock and son of Chippewa Lake spent Sunday with her brother, Carl Yost. Mr. Dick and family moved to Litchfield this week. are visiting this week. John Neff and Hernrie St rant were in Litchfield Thursday. Mr. Charles Nillect is visiting in Cleveland this week. Mr. George Schaffer had his leg broken Thursday while working in the woods. Mrs. Abby Gross spent Thursday evening in Grafton. Mrs. Anna Spieth, son and daugh ters were in Elyria Friday. Friends here were grieved at the Mrs. Joe Kisine entertained her i sudden death of Mrs. Asmes Cassidy brothers from Lorain on Thursday, j Smith, wife of A. R. Smith. Mrs. and her niece and nephew from Smith was Agnes Cassidy, daughter Europe, who came to America ten i of the late Dr. Cassidy of Sharon The sympathy of the community is with Mr. and Mrs. (Hyde Duncan in the death on Saturday, the 18th, of their six-year-old son, Clyde Gilbert Duncan, from Bright's disease. Fun eral services were held from the home on Monday afternoon at 1 oVlock,and interment made in the cemetery at Coddingville. SHARON days ago. w I iii i i i i isn n r v m -A ' V 'l"' T Follow the Example of THOUSANDS of OHIO PEOPLE ft V Subscribe TOD A Y for the NAY PUHN DffllER f i a sv ' t I ,. Reduced from $6 Per Year to By Mail in Ohio Treat yourself to the BEST have The Daily Plain Dealer de livered to your door for less than 2c a day! Listed herewith are several attractive clubbing offers comprising several popular Weekly and monthly magazines together with The Daily Plain Dealer at much reduced rates. Start the new year right by taking advantage of this wonderful offer. SELECT YOUR CLUB v from any of these four and state your choice on the subscription blank herewith iii V..-I '.V OLUBA1. Eff CLUB 240. The Plain Dealer, 1 Year I 850 The Plain Dealer, 1 Year $7.oo American Magazine, 1 Year f Special Price McCall's Magazine, 1 Year Sp1(Pflce Ohio Farmer, 1 Year $7.40 Farm and Fireside, 1 Year $5.95 CLUB 246. ' Sgf CLUB 247. The Plain Dealer, 1 Year I 7.oo The Plain Dealer, 1 Year $6.36 Ohio Farmer, 1 Year i' Special Price Ohio Farmer, 1 Year f Special Price Today's Housewife, 1 Year $6.00 People's Popular Monthly, X Yr. $5.70 This Offer Does NOT Hold Good in Towns Having a Delivery Agent '"!V'j - mu v n B3.:.:i - ... ww:2Mtei lm ' s 1 I 'iy ft Hi K7 v. r i: t a! . GRANGERBURG J. C. Indoe has sold his farm to a party in Akron, who will not take possession until spring. Donavan Close had the end of his finger cut off in a corn cutter. Doctor Damon of Medina was called and sew ed it in place. Rev. Thompson's, Clarice and Le land Close have tonsilitts. Don't forget the Xmas service at sorry to iose the family, b-tt tne cnurcn r nuay evening. vuine one, come all. Sunday evening there will be an illustrated sermon at the M. E. church at Graneer. The subject will be, "The Man of Galilee." Over 60 Center. She was a member of the Tuesday Musical club of Akron and 1 a graduate of Buchtel college. The body was brought to Sharon Center for services and burial, Friday. Wallace Stottle of Akron, Mrs. G. M. Ott and Miss Mary Ebright of Cleveland, attended the funeral of the late Agnes Cassidy Smith. The neighbors of -Mr. Cain and wife, gathered at their home Satur day night for a farewell party. Mr. Cain has sold Ms farm and will move to Akron in a few days. We are they leave the town better for having liv ed here. Deforest Wall and wife and C. R. Bu- dett were in Medina Saturday. Eva Fulmer Orton spent the wceK- pictures illustrating the life of Christ end m Wadsworth at the home ot will De snown, irom reprouuciions 01 --- old masters. It will be worth sqb- John lndoe, Jr., had the misiortune to lose one of his big team last week. The horse got its leg broken in cross ing a bridge and had to be shot. Ueo. lianyard, koss wnnsman anu Paul Young are home from O. S. U. for their Xmas vacation. Misses Jean and Margaret Hen ning spent the week-end with Dorothy and Chas. Webster. The brother-in-law of Mrs. Price from Cleveland is spending the week there. J. N. Ganyard has an abcess in his shoulder and is unable to do his work. Sherm Ganyard is staying there until he is better. The Hidi school had a party at Wallace Young's Friday night. V. J. Watters and wife have a new baby. . Mrs. Jackson Null is very sick. Mrs. Lee Nathan of Akron was o guest at Chas. Stauffer's Monday. The fox hunters are busy these days and have caught several led ones of unusual size and most beauti ful fur. , , , . The Methodist Sunday school will hold its Christmas exercises on Sun- Aav iMAminr. Dec. 26. Wish the Sentinel force a Merry Xmas. (Thank you. Ed.) HFALTH ) 1HE GREATEST L " THING IN THEW0RLD MY SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS will free you of colds and sore ;hroat and make you really en joy the winter weather. , My Price for Adjust ments is $1.00 Examination is Free PAUL B. DAY "Chiropractor" "On the Square" Medina Phone 4056 POE The ladies of the church will meet on Thursday, Dec. 30, at the home of Mrs. Willie McFadden. There are a number of business items to come up at that meeting. The Institute committee report hav ing set the date for their meeting on Feb. 11-12. They hope to have aa good, if not a better program than in years past. Miss Bernice Rogers came homei from Kent Normal on Friday much improved from her recent illness. L S. Hoddinott spends his Xmas va cation at home, coming from Columbua on Friday night The church is making great prepar ations for its Xmas, as well as the school. Miss Moffet will be here to help, as she returns home on Satur day morning. Mr. Richie Ralph is spending Xmas at home. Earl Koppes has been suffering from grippe. NOTICE Dog Tags for 1921 are ready for dis tribution. Fees: Male $1.00, Female $3.00, Spayed Female, $1.00. If ap plication is made by mail send 4c W. S. WASHBURN County Auditor-! Associate fresh ee-o-s with O. C. SheDard Co. We sell the ainiff that mnlres the hen lav the effcrs. Rvervthinff that is commonly used for the stimulation of egg production is included in our stock. We sell Beef Scrap, Granulated Bone, Granulated Charcoal, Crushed Oyster Shells, Poultry Grit, Mashes, Scratch Feed, etc. Pratts Poultry Regulator is guaranteed to make hens lay. We sell that in 30c and 60c packages. If your hens are not laying at all, or not what they ought to, we can furnish you something that will speed up production. Eggs are bringing a big price and now is the time to make money out of them. An expenditure of money with us for the right kind of stutt will yield splendid returns. Let us know about your needs. We can help you. POULTRY REMEDIES. Hens must be kept healthy to do well. If symptoms of any disease appear in your flock you should take measures to stop it immediately. Conkey furnishes a remedy for every disease. We carry them. It is the prac tice of many good poultrymen to use these remedies as a pre vention. For instance, a light dose of roup medicine is used occasionally in drinking water to prevent roup. Conkey dis tributes a booklet describing symptoms of different diseases. They are free. Come in and get one or ask us to send you one by mail. Remember Conkey's remedies if any of your fowls are sick. EGG MAILING BOXES. If you have occasion to ship eggs by mail try our egg mailing boxes. They will carry eggs safely anywhere by mail. They are made of Corrugated pasteboard and are approved by the postoffice department. LEG BANDS. If you want to mark your pullets so that you can tell them from the old hens, use some kind of a leg band. We have several styles, in all sizes, and can supply you with what you need. See us for any kind of poultry feed or supplies. O. C. SHEPARD CO. 23 PUBLIC SQUARE k. k MEMRA, OHIO L jj