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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. PAGE EIGHT I I II !' WW HllllllMI I II) II I 1 I 1 l i I! FERRIMAN'S PRE-INVENTORY SALE In order to reduce our stock, before invoice, we are offering the buying pub lic of Medina an opportunity to pur chase staple merchandise at lower prices than other stores have seert fit to announce. Beginning January 3d, 1921, we will sell merchandise mentioned below to gether with many other bargains, which we cannot announce for lack of space. BOYS' SUITS 1-2 OFF. The kind that Will stand the wear the best your money will buy. Suits of all kinds that we absolutely guarantee to give satis faction. 4 Priced 1-2 Off. MEN'S SUITS 1-3 OFF. the largest and best stock of Men's Suits in Medina. All wool in hard, worsted yarns, fancy mixtures, Broadcloths, in plain blue and brown, together with many mix tures of the best colors and styles; not brok en stock, but a full line to choose from. Your choice of any Man's Suit in the Store. Price 1-3 Off. MEN'S RAINCOATS. One lot of Men's Raincoats, $10.00 val ues, Now $5.00 BOYS' OVERCOATS. One lot of all-wool coats, $10.00 and $15.00 values, Now $5.00 BOYS' OVERCOATS. One lot in smaller sizes, $7.00 and $10.00 values, Now $3.00 ALL MEN'S RAINCOATS lr2 PRICE. Men's Raincoats in all the popular styles and fabrics any kind on our rack will be Priced 1-2 Off. MEN'S PANTS 1-3 OFF. Here is an opportunity to buy Men's good dress pants at a price you have not seen for a long time. If you need pants buy from our well-f illed stock. Priced 1-3 off MEN'S OVERALLS. $2.75 Values Now $2.00 $2.50 Values Now $2.00 $2.00 Values Now $1.00 Jackets will be sold at the same price as the overalls. MEN'S UNIONALLS. The Lee Unionall triple-stitched, and the best one on the market. $6.50 value Now $4.50 ALL 35c CANVAS GLOVES. Priced 25c MEN'S 25c WORK SOX. 3 pairs for 50c MEN'S HEAVY WORK COATS. A wonderful line of heavy work coats, Corduroy, blanket lined; Ducks, blanket lined; Mole Skins, sheep-lined, and many other heavy work coats will all be. Priced 1-3 Off. BOYS' HEAVY UNIONALLS. Rompers and play-suits for small boys. Priced $1.25 SWEATERS. We have many Bargains in Sweaters which we will announce Jan. 3d. MEN'S WORK SHIRTS-$1.25 . . All Men's Heavy Work Shirts, Hickorys, Plain Blue, and all our best cotton work shirts will be Priced $1.25 The Terms of this Sale will be Cash, as we cannot afford to make the price without it. , Come early to this Sale, as many Bar gains will go quickly. Remember the date: Beginnig Jan. 3, and Ending Jan. 15, 1921. Thos. Ferriman & Son Medina, Ohio LOCALS The three-weeks-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Frederick of North Broadway extension, died on Tuesday of this week. A private funeral service was held at the home on Wednesday ,and burial made in Spring Grove cemetery. The Congregational Sunday school and its friends will enjoy a Christmas party at the church, Thursday even ing at 7 o'clock. An interesting pro gram has ben arranged and a treat for the youngsters and an. offering to the Near East Belief will be features. Auto tags for 1921 will be ready for distribution at' the Old Phoenix National Bank, Jan. 1. Harold Hulderman, a prisoner at MansfieM Reformatory, who was sen tenced to that institution for con nection with the killing of Way Knapp of Lodi, about a year ago, will be considered for parole by the Board of Clemency on Jan. 11, 1921. , . Mr. Vernon Browand and Miss Mabel Preston, both of itchfleld, were united in marriage on Wednesday of this week by Rev. -A. Irwin, at the Baptist parsonage. --Horse racing was in progress on West Washington street Tuesday af ternoon, Blake McDowell, Rob Bow man and that old veteran, Orv Dealing furnishing the sport for a number of enthusiastic spectators. Miss Regina Bartunek, daughter of Mr. and"Mrs. F. C. Bartunek, who is studying voice at Irving College and Conservatory, Mechanicsburg, Pa., sang at a formal dinner party given at the home of Miss Mildred Kombuger in Hamsburg, ana&y ev ening. She returned to her home Saturday afternoon and will spend the Christmas holidays with her parent. joe, four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mace of Youngstown, died Monday of acute indigestion. The parents are known to- many people in Medina and vicinity .having spent the summers at Chippewa Lake for a num ber of years, engaged as musicians in the dance hall. A holiday party for members and their families will be held at the Win yah club Dec. 31, at 8 o'clock. The Rebekah lodge is to have a holiday party, Xmas exchange and picnic supper next Wednesday even ing, for members and Odd Fellows and their families.' A stag party was given Wednes day afternoon at the Hanshue cottage at Chippewa Lake, foc0. 1. Shaw and S. W. Anderson, who will leave Me dina the first of the year for Texas. The Boy Scouts are to have a watch party, Dec. 31 in the Scout rooms. Mrs. Fred Snyder entertained the Coterie with an Xmas tea Tuesday af ternoon. The Henry-Furnace and Foundry Co. and The Medina Mfg. Co. shut down their factories this week pend ing the taking of their annual inven tories. The former company states that it will resume operation on Jan.4. The Y. M. C. A. will hold an Xmas party Wednesday afternoon at the M. E. church. Mr and Mrs. S. C. Hanshue will entertain the following guests at din ner Saturday: Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fowl-of Elyria, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Hanshue of Leroy and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Rogers. Mrs. Watkins' class of the Ladies.' Aid of the M. E. church were enter tained Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hobart Edwards. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Webber will entertain the following guests Satur day: Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Lowe and children of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller of South Euclid, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lowe and daughters of Akron,Mr, and Mrs. C. B. Lowe and Mr. and Mrs." W. A. Lowe and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Bryant will entertain the Root families at Xmas dinner. Mrs. M. J. Deyell entertained the Utilian club with an Xmas party Mon day evening. and son Harold will Xmas. and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Adams and child ren are spending Xmas week with rela tives in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tubbs and Mrs. Potter of Toledo, Mrs. Addie Crissick and daughter and Miss Mildred Cris sick will he Xmas guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Tubbs. Miss Beatrice Long acre will be the ; guest of Miss Ruth Lees in E. Cleve-, land next Tuesday and attend a club dance party. Mr. Jack Price of Cleveland will be the week-end guest of his college friend, Mr. Paul Jones. ; Mr. Robert Ferriman of Kenyon college is spending vacation with Me dina friends. Miss Genivieve Brintnall of Geve land spent the week-end at home. Mr. Virgil Damon returned home Saturday from O. S. U. for the holi day season. Miss Mildred House of Cleveland will spend Christmas day and the week-end at her home here. Robert Tubbs and Blake Munson,who are attending W. R. U. will spend Ihe Christmas vacation at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Randall and daughter Margaret, Mrs. Clarence Oviatt and Miss Marion will spend Saturday with Attorney J. B. Oviatt and family at Cleveland Heights'. MEDINA CREAMERY JOINS OMAHA FIRM A cording to a statement in the Plain Dealer of Sunday, the Medina County Creamery Company of Cleve land, of which A. E. Stouffer, a form er Medina man is manager, has merg ed with the Fairmont Creamery Co. of Omaha, the largest creamery com pany in the United States, doing a yearly business of 135,000,000, with factories and branches all over the country. I The new company will soon occwpy a plant on the twelfth floor of the old storage building now being erected by the Sheriff Street Market CoW Storage Co. The merger will bring to Cleveland all lines of the fqpd prod ucts of the Fairmont Creamery Co consisting of butter, eggs, poultry, cheese and kindred lines. ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Mrand Mrs. R. O. McDowell will return from Columbus Sunday. Mr. Earl Sargeant and aunt, Miss Francis Broganwill spend Xmas with Mrs. W. L. Sargeant. Mrs. Ella Tylee of Lima and Mr. and Mrs. George Griesinger and son Hamlin of Cleveland, will spend Sat urday atr the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Griesinger. Mrs. J. F. Uorger and Mrs. Laura Chapin are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Godlove in Warren. Mr. Border REMSON CORS. Mr. John Stoll has been confined to his bed, suffering from quinsy. His brother is here helping with their farm duties. Mrs. Chas. Case returned from Ak ron Monday, after a week's stay with her daughter, Mrs. Keitt and other relatives. There will be a Xmas tree and pro gram at the church Friday evening. Dr. Cumberworth and family will entertain Mr. and Mrs. George Cod ding and family Xmas day. Chester Simmons who is making his home with the Doctor will spend Xmas with his parents, Mr. "and Mrs. Will Simmons in Medina. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanson will en tertain their children and grandchild ren Xmas. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Case will en tertain their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Keitt of Akron Xmas day. 1921 FAIR SEPT. 20-1-2 (continued from page 1) wise the secretary was authorized to close the sale of novelty privileges for the Fair. A. S. Canfield and P. C. Bigelow were appointed to serve with the president, vice president and secre tary as members of the executive committee. Superintendents of departments at the 1921 Fair were elected as follows: Horses John Pierce and Morgan Neath. Races Don L. Crawford and A. S. Canfield. Cattle L. L. Rummell and R. M. Albert. Sheep-T-O. F. Mantz and C. C. Fenstermaker. Swine I. F. Beachy and L. R. Wideman. Poultry F. J. Kindig and Fred McKee. Grain, Feed and Garden Products Carroll Damon and C. M. Crum. Fruits E. O. Woodward and J. T. Mayer. Preserved Fruit and Provisions J. V. Einhart and Mrs. A. W. Nettle ton. Hall and Grounds C. C. Cheeny and W. F. Wise. Plants and Flowers Mrs. E. W. House. Domestic Work Mrs. P. C. Bige low. Knitted and Crochetted Work Mrs. H. C. Wesct Hand and Machine Sewing Mrs. J. D. Dannley. Ornamental Work Mrs. W. F. Wise. Painting, Drawing and Fine Arts Mrs. H. C. Hulbert. Educational and Club Work C. B. Ulery and County Agent. Forage and Stalls John Whipple. Rents and Privileges President, Secretary and Treasurer. Chief of Police P. C. Bigelow. Marshals H. E. Jenne and W E. House. Permanent supervision of grounds and rentals was delegated to the ex ecutive committee and W. F. Wise. m MERRYIHRISTMASI ani A Happy New Year . But Watch For Our January Clearance Sale Oatman & Beck For Hardware of Quality Give Useful Gifts, Which are a continual delight to the one who Receives Them We Have Them In Great Variety For The Dining Room Dinnerware, Silver and Bine Glassware, Carving Sets, Coffee Percolators, Tea and Coffee Pots, Electric Toasters, Crumb Trays, Serving Trays, Royal Rochester and Shef field Silver Casseroles, etc. For The Kitchen Gas and Coal Ranges, Roasters, Iron Kettles and Skillets, Pancake Griddles, Food Chop pers, Kitchen Scales, Bread Raisers and Bread Mixers, Toasters, Milk Kettles, Egg Beaters, Dazey Churns, Stock Pots, Bread and Sugar Boxes, Granite Ware, Pyrex Ware, Mirro Aluminum Ware, and every thing needed in the kitchen. For The Laundry Electric and Power Washing Machines, Wringers, Washboards, Clothes Lines and Clothes Pins, Clothes Bars, Sad Irons; also Electric Irons and Ironing Boards. For The Kiddie Sleds, Kiddie K a r s, Go-Carts, Coaster Wagons, Toy Tea Sets, Cups and Saucers, Bread and Milk Sets, Baby Plates, A. B. C. Plates, Mugs, Knife and Fork Sets, Baby Spoons, etc. Store Open Evenings Until After Christmas A. MUNSON & SON "Dad and I" "JOYOUS May the day be bright, holding for you joys and s pleasures unalloyed. : ' " With hearfelt apprecia tion of your valued and -liberal partonage we -thank you for that accord ed us. s v "OUR POULTRY'S ALWAYS CHOICE AND SWEET AND KtiPT AS FRESH AS ALL OUR MEAT' City Market Bartholomay & Warner