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Medina, Ohio, Mar. 18, 1921 THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. BRUNSWICK Mrs. David Aylard and Mr. and Mrs. G. V. James, who have spent the winter in Strongsville, are back home now Kir the summer. Clark Aylard has had trouble this winter with rheumatism, but is some better now. Word was received here of the death of Mrs. Carl Aylard in a hos pital in Denver, on March, 1, from a cancer on the spine. She had visited here in years back and made many friends. She leaves the husband, one daughter and a son. A little baby girl was born to Arthur Aylard and wife at their win ter home in Flordia, on Mar. 7, but did not live. Our sympathy is ex tended to the disappointed and sor rowful parents. On account of the sickness of Dor othy Perkins, the Senior class play has been postponed for several weeks. She has heart trouble brought on by the grip and must Be in bed for two weeks anyway. Mm James Cram was called to near Peninsula, to see her mother, who was sick. Mrs. Will Fordham and daughter are spending a few days in Cleve- Dinner at Disciple church base ment on Thursday, March 24. Mr. Frank Lindley has gone to the heme of his son, Chester, to spend the summer months. They live on the Irvin Kennedy farm at Hamilton's Corners. Mrs. Ella Campbell of Amherst, visited a few days last week here with her sister, Mrs. Alice Miner. George Kehrn and wife with Mr. and Mrs. Blantern of Grafton, were in Brecksville Sunday to attend the funeral of Charles, C. Rinear. Mrs. Nellie Moxley was in Well ington last Thursday to attend a C. W. B. M. conference at the Disciple church. Mrs. Paul Owen and children of Cleveland spent the week-end here at her parents', Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Pitkin's. Mr. Owen came out for them on Sunday. Bebekah lodge, Tuesday evening, March 22. J. H. Spector has sold the farm owned by Kihn and Reber, to Cleve land parties. , Mrs. Reber returned home from Rochester, N. Y., last week, where she went to attend the funeral of a sister who died, leaving a little four ponnd baby, who is being cared for by the grandmother. Karl Smith of Beebetown had a narrow escape last Friday. He drives the auto for the flying squad in Cleve land. As th.y were going down on West boulevard, a street car was headed east, and Karl saw he could not get by the street car, he turned the auto to go the same way. But the car caught the rear of the auto, swung It straight across the tracks, and then pitched it sidewise for about 75 feet The auto remained right side up, but was badly damaged. One of the patrolmen sustained a broken collar bone, scalp wound and inter nal injuries. The other patrolman and the sergeant and Karl received cuts and braises. Karl phoned his parents Saturday that he was going on duty again that night mmmmmmmimmKimmmmm FRANK BRANDOW 120 N. 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Johnson went to Columbus this week to attend the State Tele hone company meeting. Wallace Brant of Chatham spent Sunday here at John TibMtt's. The i latter suffered a stroke last Friday,1 but is now so he can help nimsen. Rose Havlicik, the young lady who staid here at Clair Tibbitt's last sum mer and slept out doors in a little summer house, died of tuberclosis, Feb. 5, at her mother's in Cleveland. Mrs. Bert Lindley and son spent last week in Columbus at her mother's. Mrs. John Gunkleman and family were in Elyria last Thursday to at tend the funeral of her only sister. ABBEYVILLE Little Raymond Gunkelman has had chickenpox the past week. Miss Mildred Gayer spent Friday in Medina. Mrs. John Kemps vjsited her sister, Mrs. D. T. Auble, in Medina, Fri day. Mrs. WUhelmina Bauman will spend this week with her son, Chas. Bauman. Geo. Gunkelman and wife spent Sunday at Henry Bauman's. William Gunkelman of Lakewood spent the week-end at A- C. Frank's. Mrs. A. C. Frank, wh6 was sick the past week, is better. Miss Anna Schwarz of Valley City spent the past week with her cousin, Miss Elnora Hitzelberger. Fred Greisheimer and family left for Cleveland Tuesday, where Mr. nwAhaimav will 1 1 Twlti vow TI ftnpm- tion on his nose, which was broken when he was a lad, and which has caused him much difficulty in breath ing. MALLET CREEK A slight change has .been made in the plans for St. Patrick's day social o Friday night of this week. The high school debate between York and Hinckley debating teams is scheduled for that night and will be held in con nection with the social. Lunch will be served immediately at the close of the debate and a social time will fol low. Admission to debate 10 and 15c; lunch 10c. More than one hundred friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Warner sratherefl at the town hall on Monday of this week to celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary. Mr, and Mrs. Warner are among the old est and best known citizens of -York township, where they have resided all their lives. A bountiful dinner was served in the hall and the day picas antly spent in exchanging reminisc cnccs and tendering congratulations and best wishes to the bride and groom of other years. Patronize the Advertisers. IllllliiillililllWIilillllillliiltll IN YOUR TOURING CUB 1 you will enjoy the trip ever so f much more if your car is j equipped with one of our 1 made-to-order auto tops. Our j top provides every comfort; j protection from heat and cold, from wind and dust, rain and J snow. It adds greatly to the 1 appearance and value of your g car. ' Ask us for particulars. MEDINA, OHIO j 1 Clair Willey's two children have been quite sick with cols. Horn, March 7, to Mr. and Mrs. El mer 1'orier, a daughter, 11a Yvonatto. Mrs. Harvey Cutter isn't as well as she has been. George Perot returned hone from the hospital last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Arnold are mov ing into part of' the house with Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Codding. Mr. and M,rs. Seymour Codding af ter having spent the winter with their son, John, have gone "back to their home again. B. C. Kimball was confined to hfs home' last week, owing to a swelling on the side of his face. It is much better at, this date. Sidney and Fanny Uhnick attend ed the funeral of Charles C. Rinear, at Brecksville, Sunday afternoon. We were sorry to hear that Mrs. Melvin Foskett, formerly of Remson, now of York, had gone to Fairview hospital for an operation. Hope it may prove successful. Don't forget the concert given by the seventh and eighth grades at u H. is. h nday nigh of this week. GOODMAN'S COR. Anna Pesata spent the week-end with relatives in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Will Morton and daughter Hazel from south Brunswick visited at C. H. Clark's Sunday after noon. Will Perkins was in Medjna Mon day. G. A. and A. W. Clement and fami lies were Sunday guests at Will Nich ols' at Weymouth. They were quite surprised when they got there to find their sister Elsie had got married Sat urday afternoon. Lewis Corpe .was the happy man. Henry Barton has beendown to his farm at Urichsville again for a week. Mrs. Miles and son George from Cleveland were out to A. J. Ritchie's Sunday. ' VALLEY CITY Mr. Ervin Gunkelman and family of La Grange, 111.," moved to Valley City last Saturday. Mr. Louis Prescher and family of Dunkirk, N. Y., are visiting here. Mrs. Anige Worth, is visiting in Grafton this week. Mr. Howard Grabenstetter is visit ing in Sidney, O., this went. Mr. J. Linder and Mrs. Lydia Lin der of Cleveland are visiting at John Reutter's this week. Adolph Richter of Cleveland spent Sunday at his grandfathers, Charles Richter's. REPORT OF THE RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP DRIVE , By Sentinel Correspondent In an age of events moving swiftly and jazz-like, the report of the annual roll call last November becomes an cient Tiistory. "All Gaul is divided into three parts;" and all Medina county is divided into fifteen parts, many pi which senl in money and re ports quite promptly, others were very deliberate. Two have not made their drive and one, alas, has not yet sent in their money. The report is therefore still incomplete. The Red Cross brganfeation as it stands today is a product of war's demands. Its peace-time progratn, in cludes tne care ot tne returned soldier and the public health. How else shall we meet such needs and exigencies which constantly and insistently arise except, through organizations, using the county as a uhit, and the town ships its integral parts. Our new administration is declaring from "front porches" and through the newspapers that the future of this great nation depends upon the get-togetherness and willingness-tS-work of its people. No miracles need be ex pected. ' ' Every community has local man and woman power in churches.lodges i t , , . ,. anu in uusiness; n snouia not De dlt ficult to apply this powet to the de mands made upon the county. For tunately the drives do not always come in the busiest season, nor when the roads are bottomless; a township should be covered in the allotted time and the report sent in before interest wanes; every subscriber, whether to Red Cross or to European Relief has a right to know results. Complaints have been made at the Red Cross headquarters that the ac tivities of Medina County -chapter were too much confined to Medina vil lage. The reports of every depart ment protest this comptaint. The returned soldiers of every township received royal attention. The Health Nurse's reports prove conclusively that her time is' not spent in Medina. Submitting the following report: Medina Village's Red Cross Roll Call response is 25 per cent, of the whole. Does Medina Village have 25 per cent, of Red Cross' service? It does not;, rather it has the treatment ac corded a step-Child, and waits till the last to be served. , The report fol-i lows: Amount Member-' Auxiliary RecM shin Brunswick $ 166.80 166 Chatham . 19450 168 Granger 144.86 144 Guilford 16.00 ' 120 Harrisville ; Hinckley Homer Lafayette 179.26 Litchfield 122:00 Liverpool 165.25 Medina Township 20.00 Medina Village 1884.50 Montville , 176.00 Spencer 302.00 155 122 180 18 1080 152 287 Westfleld 252.00. 236: York L 127.75 98, Total J8859.90 2806 Amount retained by Medina County Chapter, .$1941.40 Try our classified c'olmun for results REMSON CORS. PUBLIC SALES Free Sales Service for Sentinel readers. Limit your notice to five lines. E. A. Johnson will have a public sale on March 18, at 12 o'clock, on the place known as the Bill Leohr farm. NEW LEGUME GIVES GOOD YIELDS AS OHIO CROP Will the new legume, annual white sweet clover, recently discovered by farm crops specialists, be satisfactory for Ohio conditions: An acre of this new legume at the Ohio Experiment Station produced 5,379 pounds of air-dried hay in 188 days. The seed was sown in dU-inch rows at the rate of 2 1-2 pounds per acre. The test shows that this plant has value as an emergency crop and that it will produce seed in Ohio of an average season if planted early. An effort is being made at the Ohio ex periment Station to secure strains that will mature seed from 140 to 160 days for northern Ohio. The annual sweet clover is believed to have originally come from Ala bama, its discovery being accredited to H. D. Hughes, of the Iowa ex periment Station. Tests of the new legume are being conducted annually in many parts of the United States. PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm, I will offer at public sale, situated 1 mile north of Seville, and 8 miles south of Me dina on Pike, on THURSDAY, MARCH 24 at 12 o'clock, the following property 3, head of horses; 4 cows; Chester White brood Sow. Farming Implements. Hay, corn, and oats by the bushel. Household goods and numerous other articles. A credit of 9 months will be given without interest; 4 per cent, off for CcLStl ' FRANK YOUNG. HarrjL Fortney, Auctioneer. J. B. Good, Clerk. , . 80-lpd CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH SERVICE PAUL B. DAY NOTICE OV PECIAL EJECTION Notice ia hereby given that in pur suance of a resolution of the Board of Education of the Montville Township School District, Medina County, Ohio, passed on the 2nd day of March, 1921, there will be submitted to the quali fied erectors of said school district at a special election to be had on the 28th day of March, 1921, the question, 'of 'the issuance and sale of the bonds of said school district in the sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000.00) for the purpose of purchasing and acquiring lands, and erecting thereon a school building, equipping: and furnishing tne same. said election to be held In the usual voting place in said district, The Board ot Education of Montville lowninip ocnooi i-MHirici. i By. W.r R. CLARK, Clerk 1 THE STATE OF OHIO ) ' MEDINA COUNTY, SS ) -IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS F. J. POOL ) PLAINTIFF ) r VS ) HENRY WEIGAND ) DEFENDANT ) LEGAL NOTICE Henry Weigand, whose last known place of resldencce was at Whltsett, in the State of Pennsylvania, will take noticce that on the 4th day of Febru ary, A. D. 1921, F. J. Pool filedk his Petition' in the Court of Common Pleas of Medina County, Ohio, against the above named Henry Weigand, praying for'the recovery of possession of about seventy-rive (75) acres or land, situ ated in Granger Township, Medina County, Ohio; also for money only in tne, sum or Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00), for the use of said premises sinco the 1st day of ,July, 1920, and that an Order of Attachment has been issued in this proceeding. Said Hen fy Weigand is hereby notified that he is required to answer on or before the 30th day of April, A. D. 1921. F. W. WOODS Attorney-for-Plaintlff Mch. 4, M, 18. 25; April L 8. MONET BACK itbout qucstipnlf Hunt'sSal. frnh in the treatment ofEoiem. Tetter. Ringworm, Itch, t.' Don't become discouraged be cause other treatments failed Hunt's Salve him relieved hun dreds of such cases, you can't lose on our Money Bmck Guarantee. Try it at our risk TODAY Price 75c at W. J. 'WALL, Druggist, Medina, Ohio DELCO-LIGHT The complete Electric Light awl Power plant Will run an electric motor for 2c an hour! Cheaper than labor. V. C. OSGOOD, Medium 0. Phone 2132 Medina Coal Company i W Dealers In B COAL m EXCLUSIVELY M I PHONE 1171 J At O. C. Shepard Co. Jf Store on Sat. evenings m CLASSIFIED RATE-r-Six (6) Cfents FOR SALE FOR SALE or RENT Small farm.Mrs. Ed. Bostwlck . 5tf pit SALE Ford, good as new. .Call WJ. W. Hltzelbui-ger at Abbeyvllle. , ; x S0-lpd ' " r 1 FOR SALE Thorobred, pedigreed, Bos ton bull terrier pups,, from registered stock, best to be had anywhere. Male or female at reasonable prices. Call phone 1054. ' lwpd FOR SALE 1 roan gelding, 9 yrs. old. wt. 14001b.; 1 bay mare, 10 yrs. old, ' wt. 13001b.; 1 Jersey-Holstein heifer, fresh 6 Weeks. F. D. Koons, Medina, O., Phone 2030. , 29-8 FOR SALE OR TRADE For small home in Medina, a choice building lot in East Elyria, in manufacturing dis trict, two Mocks from school and fire department. C. H. C. Baker, Olm stead Falls, O. 302 TeTlSi WHI' 0HORN CHICKS from pure bred selected breeders, on farm range unexcelled layers. Chicks $15.00 per hundred Reduction on thousand lots. Custom-hatching doneorder in ad vance. 0 per cent with order. F. E. Tibbits, Brunswick. Ohio. Phone M on 48. 86taf LEGAL NOTICE May Dreier, whose residence 1 is un known, 1s herehy notified that Gustav us A. Dreier has filed his petition against her for divorce In the Common Pleas Court of Medina County, Ohio, on the grounds of three years Wilful ab sence, and that said cause will be for hearinsron or after the ninth day of April, 1921. GUSTAVUS A. DREIER, Plaintiff, by JOHN D. OWEN, his Attorney Feb. 25; March 4, 11, 18, 25; Apl. 1. LEGAL NOTICE . , Fabian Antunovic, whose place of residence is unknown, is hereby noti fied that Elizabeth Antunovic has fil ed her petition against him for divorce on the grounds of habitual drunken ness for three years last past, extreme cruelty and gross neglect of duty, in the Common Pleas Court, of Medina County, Ohio, and that said cause will be for hearing on or after April 23rd, 1921. ELZIABETH ANTUNOVIC, Plaintiff. March 11-18-25; April 1-8-15. A RESOLUTION A resolution declaring it necessary to construct a sanitary sewer in North Court ' Street, from Union Street to Homestead Street, and in North Broad way from Union Street to Homestead Street apd in Homestead Street from North Court Street to Harmony Lane, together with the necesBttry outfall sewer extending from Harmony Lane and connecting With Sewer Disposal Plant No. 1, all in Sewer District No. 1. Whereas the owners of a majority of the front footage of ail lands bounding and. abutting upon both sides of North Court Street between Union Street and Homestead Street, and on North Broad way between Union Street, and Home stead Street, and on Homestead Street between North Court Street and Har mony Lane, have petitioned in writing for the construction of a sanitary sew er in said -streets between-the points above named, together with the neces sary outfall sewer extending said sani tary sewer from Harmony Lane to Sewer Disposal Pant No., 1, in Sewer District No. it Now -therefore be it resolved by the Council of the Village of Medina, Ohio (three-fourths of all members elected thereto concurring) SEC. 1. That it is by' the Council deemed necessary to construct a sani tary sewer in North Court. Street from Union Street to Homestead Street, and in North Uronrlwnv from Union Street to Homestead Street and in Homestead Street from North Court Street to Har- mony Lane, together with the neces- sary outfall sewer extending said sani- tary sewer from Harony Lane to Sewer Disposal Plant No. 1, all in. Sewer Dis- SEC. II. That said sanitary sewers shall be constructed in accordance with the general sewage plan of said VII- lage as heretofore adopted and now on file in the office of the Village Clerk, and that the estimate' of the cost and expense thereof as prepared by F. C. Randall. Engineer, and now on. rue in the office of the Village Clerk be and the same is hereby approved and adopt ed. l SKC. III. That the .cost and expense of the construction of said sanitary sewers, and including Said outfall sew ers, except, the one-fiftieth part thereof, which shall be assessed against and ii aid by the Village of Medina, shall be assessed by the front footage against tne lots ana lanas oounaing ana aout ting upon both' sides of said streets be tween the points above named, and said lots and lands are hereby found and de termined to be specially benefited by reason of said improvement; that the cost and expense of Said improvements shall include the expense of all surveys necessary and incident thereto and the expene of printing, publishing and serving all notices, resolutions and or dinances required, and the cost and ex pense of the construction of said sani tary sewers and the necessary outfall sewer Connecting the same with Sewer Disposal Plant No. 1, and' shall include and interest on any bonds that may be issued In anticipation of the collection of deferred assessments and all other expenditures made necessary by reason of said improvement , SEC. IV. -That the special assess ment so to- be levied and assessed against the lots and lands bounding and abutting upon both sides of said streets between the points above nam ed, shall be paid In ten annual install ments, with interest at six per cent per annum, payable annually, provided however, that the owner of any prop erty so assessed may at his or her op tion pay such assessments in cash within twenty days from and after the passage of the assessing ordinance, in which case said cash assessment shall not include any item of interest upon bonds to be issued In anticipation' of the collection of such- defered assess ments. SEC. V. That the bonds of the Vil lage ot Medina shall be issued in an ticipation of the collection of all such assessments that are not paid In cash and in an amount equal theretp - and shall, be sold in manner, and form as provided by law. SEC. VI. That the remamaer or tne entire cost and expense of said im provement not so specially assessed and including the cost or intersections, toeether with the cost of any real estate or interest therein, purchased or appropriated and the cost and and ex pense or any appropriation proceeairur therefore, and all damages awarded therein, shall be Dald out of the general sewer fund of the Village pf Medina op by the Issuance of bonds iivmanner and form as provided by law. ' SEC. VII. That the Village Clerk be and hereby is -authorized, and direct ed to cause a notice of the passage of tlils resotutlon to be served upon each owner of the lots -and lands bounding' and 'abutting upon- both sides of said Improvement. SEC. VIII. That this resolution shall take effect ami be In force, from and after the earliest date allowed by Ihw. Passed March 16,, 1921. . H. H. MARTZOG ' Mayor. Attest , W. P. AINSWORTrf Clef. March lg'26. ADVERTISING a Line for Each Insertion WANTED WANTED Corn fodder that has been in dry. F. D. Koons, Medina. O., Phone 2030. 29-2 HELP WANTED Girl or general housework. Mrs. It. II. Haldcrson, 216 W. Washington St., Medina, O. 30tf WANTED Kverybody to know that our chicks are large in sice, full of pep arid bred-to lay, at prices that will suH. White and Brown Leg horns at $13.50 per hd.. White and Barred Rocks. R. I. Reds, White Wyandottes, White Mlnorcas and An conas at IIb.OO per hd. Also Stand ard Colony Brooders for sale. -Pllace your orders early. Satisfaction guaranteed. SCHEAFER'S HATCH ERY, valley City. O,, Phone rt. Liverpool. ittt MISCELLANEOUS LET US sell or trade your farm, we have buyers who are ready to buy if .the prioe and terms are alright and we will consider buying ourselves Advise what you have, with price, terms and details, and we wilf call nd we you. Klein & Ferrell to, 210 Flatlro Bldg..Akron, Ohio. v NOTICE Notice is hereby given that there will be a meeting of the Stockholders of The Medina Amusement Company held on the 8th day of April, A. D. 1821 Of The Medina Farmers' Exchange Compahy nt Medina, Ohio, for tttur pose of dissolving said corporation and surrendering its charter. ! D. W. WARNER. March 11, 18. 25; April 1 Pr,ldent NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS STATE HIGHWAY DEPARTS! BUT Columbus, O., March 9, 1921 Sealed .jjroposals will be received at the office of the State Highway Com missioner at Columbus, Ohio; until two o'clock P. M. April 8. 192i, for ments In: (WIWrT Medina County on Section "K1" of the grading roadway, constructing draln- Width: Pavement 10 ft Roadway 26 ft Length 13.468 ft or 2.65 milea Estimated cost of construction 882,318.- Date et for completion September L The bidder must submit with his bid a proposal bond or cwtixiedeckln an amount equal to five (STwIr cent..rf the estiraated-oost, hu in no ,i, Plans and specifications are on ftlo in the offipe of the Resident Engineer and the State Highway DepartwKt The StateJIfghWay Commissioner reserves the right to nejeot any and aU bids. L. C. HERRICK (con.irKnrhWa Goolm1"1 March 18-25-'21. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS STATE .HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT Columbus. O., MaroTs.lStt " Sealed Proposals win be received i the office of the State HiBhwav at , Ta ,ttST at ColUrabUs, Ohio, until two Medina County on Section "N-J" st r C. H. No. 291, Medlna-Norwalk Road' Petition No. 8782 in Litehleld TSfe For arrarll rlnln .J. "vlr"'! Concrete. Width: Pavement is Roorlw.v " WK If Length 8225 ft. or 156 miles i Estimated cost of construction taa 60. e. j pate" set for completion September 1, The bidder must submit with his hid a proposal bond or certified check In an amount ecual to five (5y ) ar cent, of the estimated cost but in no event more than ten thousand fit a 000.00) dollars. Plans and specifications are on file in the office of the Resident Engineer and the State Highway Department The State Highway Commissioner reserves the right to reject anand an bids. I hi k'C. HERRICK" State Highway Commissioner. (construction) , , March 18r26-'21. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS STATED HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT i Commons, O., March 9, 1921 Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the State Highway Coat missioner at Columbus. Ohio; until two 28. .Petition No. 3554 In Westfleld '2 Guilford Townships. " For grading roadway, constructing Roadway 2.6 ft. ? v Estimated cost of construction $73,J4.. 19 ? 861 t0T ,oomDletlon September 1, The bidder must submit with his M a proposal bond or certified check in an amount equal to five (5&) per cent, of the estimated cost, but ih 00V0en00)mdori1ar.an ta th Plan? and specifications ate oa file in the office of. the Resident Engittaer an,lthe State H'rhway Department rZ'll te Highway Comffloaar bids t0 rejeet uy a"2 . kL C HERRICK , , sta.te Highway Commissioner. (construction) March 18-25-'21. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS STATTB HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT ai-'i JCo,umlu;, O., March 5, 1931 Sealed proposals will Be received t the office of the State Highway 0o missloner at Columbus, Ohio,' unilfSK mentskl AP'U v i921' f0 ,D Medina Count on Ratinn r - . Glvelan4-Wooter Road, t 7;. w. 5 MC Petition No. 3641 In Guilford WJZ: snip. J8to grading roadway, conatruotlaa drainage structures and paving Concrete pavement Widths Pavement 16 ft. Roadway 26 ft Length 12,050 ft or 2.288, mila. Estimated cost of construction 888.9M.- Date aet for completion September 1, The bidder must submit with his bid a proposal bond or certified cheek ka an amount equal to five (5) jr cent, of the estimated cost, but in no event more than ten thousand (IIS -00.00) dollars. Plana and srecif!rtinrE n ml. In the office of the Resident Enii. and the State Highway Department rne ataie Hignway Commissioner reserves the right to reject any and ait bids. L, , . L C. HERRICK State Highway Commissioner. (construction) March 18-25-'21.