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tttB MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. Medina, Ohio, Mar. is, ixn LOCALS Vf vriuiu vt ma uivnv.ii iiu , I Lilt Vf. fcj OV v v. vvji uvi r Ur an H Mr Crnvp Hanrl an. adioinincr the interurbin station, for Bounce the marriage of their daugh- i the erection of anil and gasoline sta ter. Evaline, to Mr. Harry Lute, for-1 tion for the Free Oil Co., who recent ly of Norwalk., The marriage ly purchased the property from the t. -I. t I .. . !. 1 1 li : Q X, C railrrori pnmnanv Cleveland papers of bunday con- took place Monday, March 14. At present Mr. and Mrs. Luce will make t i .v i . jaeuina ineir nuinc. The Congregational orchestra met luesaay evening at tne nome or nr. J- T" f 1 I A - ana airs. u. . dsocock. t picnic dinner was served. The Misses Ruth and Gladys Griffin entertained Tuesday evening at a waffle dinner. Mrs. Addie Crissick has purchas ed tne w. &. rlernmeter home on Mrs Frank iarorn- tc rnnfinpH to her home with a light case of diph- tnena. The Utilian club met Monday ev ening with Miss hdith Atkins, Miss xiaicyon i oaer serving - as nostess Rnll-ra.ll! Rpsnnnses frnm rfnlmM. Thp Oherlin (in;nc! tparh snnVe Sunday at the Sunday school services i . t t .. t i . m me v-ongregauonai cnurcn. The directors of the Chippewa Lake Community Company held a meeting in the Winyah club rooms on JHonuay evening. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Yoder, March 14, a daughter. The Medina Sorosis will meet on Friday, March 18, with Mrs. W. J. Anderson. The annual election' of officers will take place. The Coterie met Tuesday with Mr Mnrman Plarlr The Clytean club met Monday witn &irs. Jennie Bowman. The Medina Manufacturing Co report two large orders from the Tori Co. at Detroit this week. They are tor 3,ou ny wheels to be deliver ed in April and the same number for May. Indications are that other sub stantial orders will be coming from il : J . tnai source later on, and the local company is justly pleased with the outlook. The condition of Mrs. Sarah fntchard, who sustained a broken hin on Sundav. March fi. when sho fall at her home on North Court street, is reported as improving. Dan Steingass' is erecting a new garage at dm nome on West North street. An automobile was struck and smashed to pieces last Saturday night m uie oouinwestern car due m Me dina at 7:12. at the henrl in tho rralr near the John Tanner home a half mile north of the village. The auto belonged to a Burbank man, whose mane we were unable to learn. The machine was without lights and be came stuck in the mud with the for ward wheels on the track. The driver got out to flag the approach ing car, but before he could do so the collision occurred. A notable event of the season will he the concert given by the combined choirs of the village, one hundred and twenty-five or mare voices, together Jith two pianos, organ and the twenty-piece Community orchestra, in the MethoduS church, Tuesday evening, 'March as the third of the orchestra s series' of winter concerts. The first rehearsal will be held next feunday afternoon at the church, the Orchestra . at 2 o'clock, the choirs at 3. fhe Winyah club held their regu lar picnic dinner Wednesday evening of this week. -Mrs. L. F. Garver's class of the Ladies Benevolent society of the Con gregational church met Thursday with Mrs, Charles Anderson. ,T1Le Harmony club will meet with Mrs. Earl Overbeck-on Wednesday of next week. v uaZIc ,Ki"S's Daughters entertain ed their husbands at dinner Wednes- Jf the Methodist church. The dinner was served by the Young Ladies' -Missionary society. ''MrS. Herhprt I rrwl ....... SrJ 7 Monday evening in honor ofMr.W. W. Bradway's fifty- --- " '"IVCI3iiry. I - " . uiuu iMr. and Mrs. Finch and family of i Chatham 1; Granger 0; Gail afew,ood have m"ved into the per. garnsville 2; Hinckley, no j iciiugg nome. tained ah announcement of the mar riage of Mr. Donald C. Breckinridge to "Miss Tovce Evelyn Cook, solemn ized in Groton, S. D., Jan. 6, Mr. DiAAbaHl1na ( c 1 nanism r f All rc ui vtivciii avic ia a iivpuvw v j- W. H. Zimmerman of Medina, whom he has frequently visited. s -Mr. and Mrs. James Kirkpatrick will move in with Mr. and Mrs. Web Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Charlton will move in with Mrs. Maggie Kirk natrirV t rf A surprise masquerade warty was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. U ! . IT ,1 . - J 1... - ( liUUAi L I.UVV.IIU3 uy tt IIUUIUW UI im 11 friends on Wednesday night of this week. -r-The Friday Afternoon club will meet with Mrs. J. R. Kennan, March 18. There will be no vesper service at St. Paul s church this week, it be incr uostnoned to Easter Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Andrews are remodeling their house on West Lib erty street, mailing a two-icuruiy res irVenpa. The Child Conservation League will meet "next Monday with Mrs. Charles Adams on South Court street The program will consist of a paper "Story Telling and Supervising , the tniMi s neaaing, oy jars. jd. w . uoy Ami an1 Mvu 1X7 T? T) ail Ait A business meeting and luncheon oi tne Medina county f ish and liame association was scheduled to be held on Thursday night of this week at tne uad f euows nan. .The new rlnh rnnmK nf fhe Amer ican Legion are now completely fin ished' and furnished and will be thrown open for the inspection of the public on Saturday afternoon and ev ening of this week. Light refresh ments will be served and there will he rmitiir. Tne nwms are Mnvn. iently located, fully equipped for the neecs oi tne boys, and tne turnisn imrs exouisite and taste-fal. The T- gion boys extend a hearty welcome to their friends to visit their new quar ters on Saturday. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT OF COUNTY ! Thf (nn m-,r-l 1 t-. c aj . "S'sot-iunai ana oaotist Sunday school basket ball teams play- harrfUTlianeV!-n,ng in the SP'tr iclorious. P p were We ,Kiwnis club will hold their weekly luncheon on Thursday in stead of Friday beginning March 24. :j iias sola hi! ftVf SUth Court tr to J 7V" . Hemmeter. Mr. Homan fh"d Wi-" move to Akron abou" m.ddle ot April, where Mr. Ho man will be associated with the Good rich Rubber Co. The latter has re cently made extensive purchases' of machinery in Germany, it is reported Mr" Homan thdks it probable atthtt w' be commissioned to i- County Auditor Washburn reports it r -T d0g tas n"e Ja S vrhe ,Ru'ck car stolen from R O -McDowell last fall a few dav aft-, he purchased it, was found la t Fri STmtaV A Patrolman observ AA a- act,ng sspiciously and suddenly dissapear into a garage The Sson'of1 PCn"ng S thol nf ar S engine nu,nber wun those of cars reported miinc and was rewarded , a169' -ompany with whom Mr McDowell's , now the pronertv nf n,. aulw is compayP Thenar was" in 'SSffi condrtion and had been 'dr.Ven "S Afr!'reeigfU,ar meetin of the W. B A. of the Maccabees this Friday even fa to h,B"s,neSS f great importance iV b transacted and it is request cd that all members attend quest M7. ba,daughter born' last week to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Avlard u,BW spending the winter at & Florida lived but a few hours'31'6' Medina r. aii . . he death of M V. KTaZT f ;Wpit3l at Denver, of cancer"11 Mrs" Afld was iwell known in Medina eShLhadsitJed a m,mhernaf a " ,Mn Ay'ard is a brother of A IX Aylard of Medina. A daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ayar m a tragic death in a hotel fire in Chi ago about a year and a half ago. With the current, month nearlv half gone 56 births and 19 deaths have been reported in the Medina county general health district, according to Health Commissioner Biggs. All re ports for the preceding month are due in the health commissioner's of fice by the fifth of the followinc month. The renort civen below ia incom plete, inasmuch as one townehin hse failed to make a report Of the 56 Dirtns noted, do occurred previous to February, and should ha vp been re ported One or more months before they were. Of 19 deaths, 1$ occurred prior to February and should have been previously reported. Each dis trict Is reauired ta mnke a renort whether any births and deaths' have occurred in tnat district that month or not. Physicians are ure-eH tn co operate with local registrars irt 'mak- mg reports promptly, so that the Stal Department of Vital Statistics can conmiic their rennrts nmmnti,, and make them complete, and of some vaiue. . . Births Villages: 1vmr 1 Medina 3; Seville 2; Wadsworth 10. Births Townships: Brunswick 2 ; Chatham 3; Granger 0; Guilford 0; Harrisvilfe fi: HinclrW t, . Homer 2; Lafayette 4;'Litchfield 2; Liverpool 3: Medina ll lUTonttrllU 1. Sharon 3; Spencer 2; Wadsworth 4; rcanieiu o; iorK 1. Deaths Villages: Leroy 0; Lodi U Medina 0; Seville 2; Wadsworth 5. ueatns townships: Brunswick 0; Jlford 0; - J1VF icinjibj Homer 1; Lafayette 0; Litchfield 0: Liverpool 3; Medina 0; Montville 2: VkowAa 1 . C 4 . 7 ., ' j opencer i wadsworth 0: Westfield 0; York 0. Causes of death were: Apoplexy U bowel diseases 2; cancer 1; heart dis ease 4; heart disease and nephritis 1; nephritis 2; pneumonia 3; other lung diseases 1; sarcoma 2; scarlet-fever r; septicaemia 1. HINTS ON PLANTING THE HOME GROUNDS Make the walks and drives on a small lot direct in most places. Leave the center of the Insm ,,! . UllVJ group trees and shrubs at the side, so mase tne planting a setting or frame for the house. Do not Scatter flower hola rvrra lawn. .They are ucrlv in winter tavA much work, and make the lawn seem smaller. Plant perennials rather than an nuals. Use native plants and shrubs for the greater part. Plant shrubs and perennial vines around the foundation. ID AND PETIT JURORS Following is the list of grand and petit jurors for the April tenn of Common Pleas Court, beginning with the grand, returnable on April 11; Ernest Shaw, Guilford Will Fahrion, Medina village H. A. Indoe, York Henry Yost, Lafayette Will Hart, Wadsworth village Henry 'Myers, Westfield E. G. Beutel, Brunswick Wm. Auble, Spencer village Chas. Cady, Hinckley E. P. Collins, Lodi Jay V. Einhart, Medina H. Dobson, York Wm. C. Smith, Medina village Chas. Maytham, Lafayette DeForest Clouse, Harrisville. .List of petit jurors, returnable April 18: Rolla Overholt, Brunswick H. H. Codding, Granger Walter Kindig, Harrisville C: F. Hobart, Medina village L. M. Simon, Medina 1 Frank Schaeffer, Liverpool Robert Steingass, Liverpool S. J. Steele, Westfield S. C. West, Hinckley M. W. Whitman, Chatham Dan Moehle, Liverpool C. B. Dague, Spencer T. B. Allison, Spencer E. E. Van Ornum, York Wm. Overholt, Wadsworth village' Wm. Everhard, Wadsworth village Victor A. Homan, Lodi village John Steck, Liverpool Raymond Long, Medina village Glenn Babcock, Hinckley. MARKETS Market prices are corrected every ing. Thursday eveni Prime Cattle Cows Bulls Veal Calves Pigs Hogs, heavy Heavy Yorkers Choice Ewes Lambs Springers Fowls $7.00 to $8.00 $6.00 to $6.00 $6.00 to $6.00 ! $12,00 to $18.50 $7.60 . $9.00 $4.00 . $8.00 iso; . GENERAL PRODUCT Grocers are buying at these prices: Butter v. .48 Eggs LZ .80 Potatoes Beans, bushel Lard, best per lb. .86 -$3.26 .15 L GRAIN, FLOUR and SEEDS L Dealers are buying at these prices Wheat . $1.61 Oats .49 Dealers are selGng at these prices: Timothy seed $5.00 Flour, per bbl. $10.6 Flour, per 1-4 bbl.vj- $2.7 Bran. cwt. ; Middlings, cwt. $2.2 Chon $2.2 Chick Feed, cwt $8.00 Corn meal, per 10 lbs. . 50 Graham, per 10 lbs. .70 Corn, bushel $1.00 to $1.25 sniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiii 1 "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" OUR SLOGAN to any part of United States , within a few hoars. Phone as about it 1010 HAMMERSCHMIDT & CLARK Near Electric Depot iiiniimiMEiiira MEMORIALS Do yon intend erect ing a monument or marker for Decoration Day? If so we invite yon to look over the beautiful designs we have ready to letter in our show room. I WILLIAM E. KAVUrOKO I UfTOCaA.nir.Rt5 K.V.C I MHIJAKIMIMDAmiai -as:-'- - fbarn. Vt THE MEDINA GRANITE MARBLE CO SOUTH COURT ST., MEDINA, OHIO imHiiunnaDinniiiiimiiiuiHitttiiH!ifliiii!tiiuiuwimii,iun;r!H!!ii:!iiiffii Do C, SHEP ARD C0 DAY OLD jCHICKS We haye made arrangements to receive regular shipments of day old Chicks begin-, ning March 15. We will haveNthe following breeds regularly: White, Brown and Bufi Leghorns. Barred Rocks. Anconas. Rhode fsland Ileds. Wite Wyaridots. We can secure any other breeds wanted. All Chicks sold by us are guaranteed to , come from pure bred stock and special atr tention is paid to high production when se lecting eggs for hatching. The hatchery W buy from mates it its business to seehat,JJie flocks it gets its eggs from are kept pure and 1 up-to-date, so that the stock can be relied up on absolutely. That is a part of the busi ness. Order your chicks now for delivery any time after March 15th. t ' DAY OLD CHICK FEED When planning for your baby chicks this year, whether you hatch them youselves, or butf them of us or some one elseTemember that we have' feed that is exactly adapted to -the purpose of feeding little chicks. We have had years of experience in selling feed for little chicks and experience has taught us that a lot of care is necessary in selecting the feed for these tender littte fellows. See us before you buy your chick feed," We can give you valuable information and help yon make the correct selection. O. C. SHEP ARD CO. 23 Public Square East Smith Road MEDINA, OHIO IWIlIlillOTIIl GOODYEAR TIRES I have them to tell and I guarantee them. E. T PIERCE (Warner Block) 109 W. Washington St, Medina, Ohio F. C. BARTUNEK Merchant Tailor , LADIES GENTS DRY PRESSING AND REP. G Remember REMOVED TO SANATi-VPIITM Mrs. Mary Ingraham, who has been guinea w ner nome by Illness for some time, was removed tn fh san atorium at Cuyahoga Falls last week. This action was taken because of the impossibility of securing any one. to take care of Mrs. Ingraham at her home. The latter's nearest of kin, a niece, resides in Mirhi crnn an A' -If woe thru her, who came to visit her .aunt, uiw w removal oi Mrs. ingraham to the institution was decided upon. While ablf tn nttonrl tr. - w iivi uvuac hold duties until quite recently, Mrs. Ingraham has not enjoyed very good health since the death nf hoy HMCihonH tne late Asa Ingraham, which occur- reu in reoruary, of last year, under circumstances perculiarly shocking to the wife. Mr. Ingraham expired sud denly at his home while Mrs. Ingra ham was out of town, and it was not untii .she rammed that she learned of her loss. Mrs. Ingraham's many friends in Medina wish her a tpeedy restoration to health and return to her home here. . Paul Revere and come straight Mere to-morrow for the Easter Clothes and the Values you are rightly entitled t - Ordinarily, we have always advised our readers to COMPARE this Store and Stock with others but in this case the time is too short for preliminaries. The gong is ringing on the main bout. You must have new clothes for Easter morning. You don't want to take any chances either on garments or the Val ues therefore at the top of our voice we say to you , ' "; "'''.'. ' S ome here and place your last ininutes needs with a tried and true concern. Paul Revere didn't stake his ride on a dark horse nor should you. Men's Suits for Easter $20 to $40 MIDDLE WEST HATS FOR EASTER $3.00 TO $5.50 YorkeShirts for Easter $2to$6.50 Thos, Ferriman & Son MEDINA, - - OfflO LOWER FARM IMPLEMENT PRICES ,: rv 1-W$ The Break Has Come - For some time prices paid for your farm pro ducts have been low. lit is but natural for you to want lower prices on the farm implements used in producing your crops. Announcement in made by the Oliver Chilled Plow Works, of a general price reduction in their lines that brings prices to the basis of 1918. They are the, first to make this reduction and are tak ing the loss that fhe move brings for there has been little reduction in labor or It!., materials as their Con tribution in hastening a re turn to normal conditions. TMs is your opportunity to secure new, up-to-date Oli ver quality implements that wiD help you to pro duce a full crop, and. get them at a price in line with the reduced prices on your products. A. MUNSON & SON "Dad and I"