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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO.
Medina, Ohio, Mar. 25, 1921 PAGE SIX PAWNEE SPENCER NEWS aiMHIIlMHH""'1 Mrs. Braodsword, Sr., suffered a slight stroke of paralysis on Monday of this week. She is improvng. Mrs. Clyde Keefer is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rice have gone to Union City, Ind., to visit their Son, Allen and family. Dr. Buckley went to Pittsburg, and will take the 32nd degree in the Ma sonic Lodge while there. Mr. Harry Gross and wife of De troit are visiting his mother, Mrs. Henry Gross of S. Main street. Mr. Ed Curtice, wife and daughter were in Wellington on business this week. Mrs. Norris Walters was initiated into the Eastern Star Lodge at Wel lington, Tuesday night. Roy Vandemark and family of Elyria visited at Preston White's on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fisher and daughter Mildred of Lodi spent Sun day with Mr. Fisher's parents and friends. The M. E- church will give an Eas ter cantata on Sunday evening. Bap tismal service, Sunday morning for children. Anyone wishing to present their children for baptism can call Rev. Peoples on the phone. ! Mrs. Rav Elder entertained a large number of Mrs. Alvy Fuller's friends A drama entitled, "Tony the Con vict," will be gven at Prospect hall Saturday night, March 26. Admission 20 and 35 cents. v.im9 AiOp who is teacning in number of Mrs. Alvv fullers menas Mrs. Horace tieuman ana Mrs. nor- Akron is spending a part of her Eas- on Tuesday evening, at a shower for ace Billman were in Wellington on ter vacation at home. i the bride. A number of pretty and Monday. Mr. Jno. McGregor ot Laiayeiie usefUi gjfts were given to ner and tne spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Her- g00i wishes of the entire community man Hyde. . ! were expressed. Mrs. Fuller has re- Mr. Francis Moore, who is working signed her position ,4s teacher in the in New Washington, spent the week- ( Spencer schools. She leaves for the end with his parents. . ' farm April Mrs. Lon Rush was shopping xn i Mr. H. G. WadsWorth of Columbus Wellington Monday. ; is spending a few days with. her moth- .f, tiH Mrs T. O. Carpenter of er. Mrs. lake Mantz. of the rainy weatner tne New London were in town a couple of days visiting friends. Miss Linnie Aldrich was home over the week-end. . Mrs. Harvey Inghram is quite ill at her home south of town. Quentin Dickson, who is in college, is spending his Easter vacation with his Tarents. Mr. C. E. Knapp of Lodi was Soencer Wednesday. The ladies of the M. E. church serv- otner i In soite auction sale pi lots on West Main , street was carried cm to completion. ! The lots were all sold. They went for from $35.00 to $180.00 a piece ;535 I lots were sold, all bringing about 1 $37,000. The lots were 25x122 feet. I Spencer, Chatham' and Horner schools had a ioint debate at the dif' i i ferent schools on Tuesday night. The negative side of each team visited an- school. KesUlt was a tie. Mrs. Grover Heilman went to Smithville Thursday to attend the fun eral of her cousin. Helen Petre spent the week-end at Horace Billman's. Mrs. George Robb ,and'her mother made a business trip' to Spencer on Saturday afternoon. The annual election of officers was held at East Homer church Sunday, resulting as follows: Supt, W. B. Koppler; Sec, Leon Heilman; Librar ian, Reed Fetzer; Chorister, H, E. Barone; Pianist, Ruth Basom; Treas., and Cor. Sec, H.E. Mantr. ed dinner at the town hall on Wednes day. MEDINA'S SPRING CLEANING OOG OWNERS OR KEEPERS TAKE NOTICE If 'you own or keep a dog more than three months old, not wearing a talid 1921 registration tag, and not constantly kept in registered kennel, you are liable for a fine of $25.00. You know the law. Take notice thereof It will be enforced. PARK C. B1GELOW, . , , Sheriff. , Ill mmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmm THERE ARE HOMES THAT MAKE you fed older the moment yon enter them. These are the homes where the husband refuses to buy ELECTRICAL LABOR SAVING APPLIANCES for the wife and she has to worry along in the out of date and tire some method in the performance of her household duties. You are on the right track Mr. Husband when you send for us instead of the Doctor when your wife's health has broken down from over work. We replace your coal-oil lamps with Electric Lights, Broom with a Vaccuum Sweeper, Flat iron with an Elec tric iron, wash board with an Electric washer. This beats a doctor's service. Mi mm I I Beed e & Edwards ELECTRIC STORE Spencer beat Homer 2-1 at Spencer, Homer beat Chatham, 2-1 at Homer, ! Chatham beat Spencer 2-1 at Chatham. The' Maccabee ladies will have a bake sale at Norris Walters' store on Saturday, March 26. The Spencer Hatchery is doing a regular business these days. . Baby chicks by the hundreds on exhibition. All thorughbreds, some sight. Spencer continues to improve in spite of a bunch of knockers. Why not try boosting? Mr. and Mrs. John Winters and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hyde motored to Ashland Wednesday. The Home Company will have a big sale of new houses, on East Boulevard, on Saturday, March 26. Two of the school wagons could not make the trip Wednesday morning on account of the deep mud. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burbage ' of West Salem visited' their son John and wife Sunday. Mr. Roland Ream, wife and son of Monroeviile spent the week-end1 with his oarents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ream. Mr. House of Willard visited .his daughter, Mrs. Clyde Keefer, drte day I this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Newsomb of Wellington were in Spencer Wednes dav. Mrs. S. D. Oaklev visited ner grand- son, ram mcnois ana iamiiy iu Wel lington last Saturday. ! 1 LITCHFIELD A general spring cleaning, Eugene Thomas in charge. Lime and sulphur will , be used as a preventative measure against dis ease, or sickness. AH rubbish must be moved to city dumps. . Refuse of putrid kind, must be moved 2J4 miles from town. Nothing to be buried within city limits that will contami nate well water of that Will be the direct cause of sickness. Anyone knowing of such action by others, should report the same to fhe Sanitary Police. Everyone is expect ed to promote themselves, for good health is better than riches. This work should be finished by the last of April. There are two years' ac cumulation of refuse of various kinds, which must be moved. No excuse can be registered this year. Service will be, rendered Prompt attention wm dc given your cans. Call Eugene Thomas, phone 1347. SANITARY POLICE F. L. HARDING '., .,; 312 X Bargains In Lumber! BILL STUFF and FINISHING, MOULDINGS, SLATE SURFACED BLOCK SHINGLES, BUILDING BLOCKS, CHIMNEY BLOCKS, CONTRACTORS SUPPLIES. 50 New Steel Cots, Blankets, Etc 10 New Houses to Sell or Rent. See us before you buy. THE SPENCER HOME CO. SPENCER. - OHIO GOODYEAR TERES I have them to sell and I guarantee them. E. T PIERCE (Warner Block) , 109 W. Washington St, Medina, Ohio Try our classified colmun for results USE A SHARPLES MO-TO MILKER with your farm lighting plant no installation necessary, we can also furnish a -SHARPLES pipe line milker. ' E.F. MUSSER Mediila Ohio i H h i. 1 1 1 iqqtimniniUiii i mmi iiim BiimimiiMM SOUTH DON'T SEND YOUR MONEY TO AMERICA OR TO THE NORTH POLE to invest in oil stocks. "Incorporated under the laws of the state of Ohio", MEANS SOMETHING TO YOU. Investigate our properties at Lodi Chatham, Ohio, two hours ride from Cleveland, one of the best shallow oil pools in America. Large gas wells, near our Ashtabula lease, reported as being good for over one million cubic feet of gas daily, or enough to supply the entire city of four thousand families. Gas wells flowing two hundred thousand cubie feet daily, connected to a pipe line, would amount to $25,000 per year, or equal to the total amount of the preferred issue of this company. One lease is about seven hundred feet from the big wed. We are interested in the Lodi Chatham oil fields with four producing oil wells, and will make locations, for several more wells, when funds are available. $100.00 buys 100 shares eight per cent (8) partici pating preferred stock shares equally on all surplus earn lags after common stock earns 10. Bonus of 20 shares of common on $100.00 purchase of preferred. We expect to drill several wells, where you can go and look over your own interests. Cost to drill, at Lodi, $1000, Ashtabula, $6000.00. Mai your order at once. OHIO KENTUCKY WYOMING OIL CO. 746 Euclid Ave. i Cleveland, Ohio Without obligation to purchase, mail further in formation or have representative call. Name Address. Phone The Ohio-Kentucky-Wyoming Oil Co. Incorporated under the Laws of Ohio. 746 EucH Avenue " CLEVELAND, OHIO The home of Mr. and Mrs. Dell Eaken was the scene of a beautiful weddinir on Saturday. March 19, when Miss Mabel taken became the wrte oi Mr. Mvron Earth. The bright sun shine added to the beauty of the soring flowers, which made the rooms a bower of beauty. A color scheme of yellow and white was carried out with daffodils, noted plants and white bells. The bride wore a beau tiful gown of embroidered georgette crepe over white satin. Her veil was caught by sweetheart rose buds and she carried a boquet of the same flowers. Miss Eaken was attended bv her sister. Miss Ruth Eaken, in yellow gown with a boquet of white carnations. Mr. Barth was accompan ied by a cousin; Mr. Harry Knopf, as best man. Two picturesque members of the bridal party were little Elsie Whitrieht of Lodi, who carried basket of roses, and Master Marshall Miner of Chatham, ring bearer. Be fore the ceremony Miss Eleanor Bry enton sang O i'romise Me, accom panied by Mrs'. Homer Homan at the piano, ror the entrance ot the bridal party the wedding march from "Lo hengrin" was played by Miss Marie Barth. sister of the groom. Ihe bride was civen in marriage by ner tatner and the words wheh united two lives in one were spoken by Rev. E. E Scoville, pastor of the Congregation al church. After receiving the con gratulations of their friends the com pany was served a dainty wedding din ner,i the waitresses in their dresses ot white, pink and blue adding to the charm of the occasion. The only draw back to an ideal day was the absence of the grandfather and uncle of the bride. All regretted that sickness and accident made it impossible for them to be present. The guests from out of town were as follows: Mrs. J. W. House, Mr. W. E. House, Misses Mary and Jane House, Mr. Will Car ston, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Eaken and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Will Eaken of Medina; Mr. and Mrs. frred House, Lawrence Williams, Miss Edna Will iams and her little niece, Elsie Whit rieht of Lodi; Mr, and Mrs. Minns and family, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ho man of Chatham; Dr. Bessie Walling of Norwalk, Mr. and Mr. C. A. Bartn and daughter, Miss Ethel Scoville of Elyria; Mr. J. L. Barth, Koyai iiartn and son. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Myers and daughter of Grafton; Mrs. Helen Myers, Miss Lauretta Benedict oi Mallet Creek; Rev. E. h, bcovtlle and wife of Bedford. The Easter program of the Congre gational Sunday school will be given at the usual hour for church service, 10:30 a. m., March 27. The usual of fering of tags for the Schauffler Mis sionary school of Cleveland will be received at this time. Mr. Louis Eusesser will spend the Easter vacation at Tiffin, Mrs. Storm at Millersburg; Miss Helen Starr with Mrs. Lornstock will accompany Miss Klopfenstein to her home in Sulphur Springs; Miss Helen Smith with Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Clark at Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Walter Cruise and little son Billy started for Oshkosh, Wis., last Saturday, where she will visit her par ents. Mrs. Ella Oberholtzer of Akron is visiting in the home of Dr. Scudder. Koy Anck is on the sick list again. Miss Marie Barth is home from Kent for her Easter vacation. FEAR and WORRY are the twin enemies of HAPPINESS Get some Travelers Life Insurance, buy a good Medina County Farm or a nice home in Medina and be The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has been In no fnr avm thirtv vears. has borae the sienature of I ; a. - f -- i J ! - ana nas uecu mttoc uuuci uio yw Bonal supervisioa since its inf ancjw Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good " are Experiments that trifle with and eaaahgef W Infants' "and ChiMren-Bxperience against Ej If you need a loan on good Real Estate either farm or city property see INDOE & WAIT, Local Managers The Allen-Hartzell-DibbleCo. Phone 1407' What is CAS toria is a harmless substitute for at , 7 IT health of :perimeht go Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. It age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it ha been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulencjy Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aid the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural The Children's Panacea The Mother '8 Friend. GENUINE ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THl CCNTAUR OOMMMV, NW VOWK CITV, 'ft I;: ; h F. C. BARTUNEK Merchant Tailor LADIES GENTS DRY CLEANINf 4 "F B 40" SEDAN I Here is a car for every occasion and every season. It is complete in refined appoint mentsa car which combines luxury with economy in transportation. The body is of solid post construction splendidly proportioned, with four doors hung from the front and equipped with Yale latches. All seats are roomy and deep cushioned and the right hand front seat is reversible, en abling the occupant to face either to the front or rear. A double vi sored windshield insures clear vision ahead in any weather. 1 , , , Trimming is in striped plush velour of a rich gray and blue mixture. Convenience has been added to refinement by the interior fixtures which include mechanical window lifts and, electric dome and dash lights,. "FB40" Sedan $2075 490 Touring $795 490 Sedan $1375 "FB" Rondster. $13120 "FB" Touring $1345 490 Roadster $795 All prices F. O. B. Flint GIBBS MOTOR CO. South Court Street and Smith Road. MEDINA 'Phone 1304 II I u il -1 PRESSING AND REPAIRING 1