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Medina, Ohio. April 22, 1921 THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. mmiiiim THE SEVILLE JOURNAL hiiiiii hv manv Seville people. She "wiTSeto .ItaS- living with her daughter in Barherton ?" w,w,inv afternoons at 12 at the time of ner aeatn. ilCOD UU , , at 12 i.i, thrnont the month of Rev. M. H. Woolf left Monday May, June, July, August and Septem- morning to attend the spring meeting jX J 0. Eshelman, H. G. Kendall, 0f the Cleveland Presbytery, which s. d. TVio Star Bargain ,c y.Ai Mnndav and Tuesday in the Co Harry Stine, G. A. Simon, Henry Phillips Avenue Presbyterian church. Young, C. V. Matteson, Oscar Smith, Rev. Woolf was able to take to Pres- 1. a. Droits, Cj. vj. vjiuooi i oyiery n ybij --i- - -j- Bank, Josephine A. Liowne, mi, cerning tne wcai cnurcn Vnnlr Wkonlnr. Jim Masi The picture show building is already for the seats and booths, waiting for them to come. The season supper at &e Methodist church last week Wednesday was well patronized, a big crowd attending and the ladies are about $100.65 to the good. Thanks everyuoay. Lou Lance is building a new house on Homestead avenue. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Wolf and children of Wadsworth spent Sunday with Mr., Wolfs sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. U. Lang. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Brotts were Wooster visitors Sunday at the home v. . M. H. Woolf conductefl tne l ... funiral services of Jonathan Cottner Mrs. Elizabeth Miller of Marshaii held at the Methodist church at Chip- vllle is assisting her sister Mrs.OTotts m Lake last Sunday. Rev. Woolf in her house work for a few weeks. was assisted oy ev. n;jiiowrc, i The Merry Matron cum gave u ituurc IfodutMat minister of LerOV. UX Cottier's body was brought to Seville for burial. R. D. Armstrong attended the fun eral of Sidney R. Auble, funeral direc tor of Lodi, last week Wednesday.Mr, Armstrong is a member ol tne rnner t1 shower last Friday eV ening for Mrs. Laura Brumbaugh and Mrs. saran Brumoaugn, wn housekeeping in the east rooms of the ttactnn hnusp on Main street. mere were fifteen members who walked in on them. Yes, they were thoroughly al nireetnr's association and was one aiirnrisel and enioved opening the of the pall bearers. many packages which were of great Tha hndv of Mrs. unzaDein ives, vr ofv ni useful. The evening was an old lady of 97 years, was brought m story-telling, truthful ones of to oevuie ior ounai on riuoy rfr" course ,ana visiting, au c viar. Mrs, Ives lived in Seville in Wad Rnendinar an evening with the her younger days and is rememberd Brumbaugh women again. Mrs. Lydia Frazier will be hostess of the Merrv Matron club at her home on West Main street on Friday even- intr. Aoril 22. The ladies wui ais- jjand for the summer at this meet ing. Come early, the meeting will be interesting. The Seville Elevator Co. f t .. Jtl. i:t in-J f All VinAa CAR OE OIL MEAL JUST IN Chick Feed Scratch Grain Building Tile Drain Tile e would ur the farm ers to place their order for fertilizer early so as to lave their requirements properly taken care of. R. D. ARMSTRONG Funeral Director Serffle, Ohio Phones: Res. 46; Office 133 MOTOR AMBULANCE x Lady Attendant' FRESH and SALT MEATS FISH leSevilleEIevatorCo. GA N Seville, umo Seville, Ohio. F. C. BAUER'S GARAGE Dealer in OVERLAND CARS FISH AND GAME NEWS -The fish and 'game laws are design ed to conserve to make fish and game more abundant, and to prevent extermination. Be courteous to the farmer. Seek his permission before entering upon his lands. Be careful of his proper ty. Under the supervision of Prof. Ray mond Osburn, a scientific survey and study of fish life and foods for fish es is now being made in Ohio lakes and streams. This survey is insti tuted by the Bureau of Fish and Game with the belief that valuable informa tion would be obtained as to the adap tability of various waters for certain kinds of fish and to accumulate a more accurate fund of knowledge re garding the conditions of various waters, in order that propagation and restocking may be cameo on from a more scientific standpoint. The Bureau expects to extend the research work in various ways during the coin ing year. Clearing Up Polluted Streams Rapid strides have been taken by the Bureau of fish and game during the past year in clearing up polluted streams m Ohio, and thru the depart ment of stream pollution the bureau is carrying on a campaign to clean up these waters without interfering with industry. With hundreds of miles of once beautiful streams and waterways In Ohio, teeming with fish life in former years, now so badly polluted that not a crawfish, a turtle a snake or any living thing could live in them and so foul that the stench is nauseating miles from the source of pollution the Bureau of Fish and Game faces the problem of purifying these waters. The pollution comes from many manufacturing industries who use these streams as sewers into which they dump many manufactur ing acids of poisonous nature, refuse and many kinds of filth. After mak ing exhaustive tests and investiga tions for a period of more than a year the bureau is prepared to recommend systems for treating industrial waste and stream pollution, that can be in stalled and operated at small cost to any manufacturing concern, and near ly every industry m Ohio, that is now polluting nearby streams, is showing a willingness to co-operate in this work of stream purification. Streams now flowing with poison and filth will be cleared, refreshed and restocked with fish. It is the duty of every citizen of Ohio to take an interest in wild life conservation conservation of a val uable natural resource. Come on Brother Sportsmen tell us your troubles. What are the game conditions in your section? Let's make the fish and game news the best part of the Sentinel Mrs. Myrle Overholt entertained the following guests over Sunday: Mrs. C. A. Harris and daughter, Miss Joy; Mrs. E. Parker, Mrs. H. Parker, Mrs. Geo. Haberbosch of Cleveland, and Mrs. C. Krankel of Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. Charles Fasig of Akron visited his sisters over the week-end, Mrs. Myer Overholt and Mrs. Ray Beach. Roland Snyder and his lady friend Miss Ida Wolf of Cleveland, and Mrs. Clarence Carter and four daughters of Berea, were week-end guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Sny der. Floyd Wideman and wife of Cleve land spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Wide-man. Mrs. Oeo. Halliwill was visiting her son Glen and family at Chippewa Lake bunday. Miss Bessie Baker of Oberlin was home for the week-end. Bessie is one of our Seville girls who made good with her education and has a fine position in Oberlin. Mrs. William Becker of Rittman was in town luesday looking aftei the renting of her property on Pleas ant street. Miss Mabel Flickintrer of Medina spent Sunday with Seville friends and mends on the Fike road. Frank Foster and daughter. Mrs. McCall of Geneva, O., spent the week end with Mrs. Fosters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Rude Long received the papers last week for keeping little Gladys Ellen Brubaker. Gladys is the beautiful baby irirl of Frank Bru baker, who was left motherless when she was only a few days old. She is happy in her new home and we are glad to say she has a good home and will be well cared for. Little Frances Hartman went to Wadsworth last week and visited Mrs. Anderson. She went all alone and came home alone, quite a trip for a little girl. lhe body of John Tibbits of Bruns wick was brought to Seville for burial last week Thursday and laid to rest beside his wife, who preceded him in death to the great beyond several years ago. Rev. L. M. Snyder and wife of Dav enport, Iowa, are visiting Mrs. W. S. Showacre and other friends here for a few days. Rev. Snyder and wife were called to Dalton, O., on account of the death of Mr. Snyder's brother, John Snyder, who died very suddenly, and they will return to Davenoort in a short time. Mr. Richard Rea, and Mr. and Mrs Oscar Smith of Akron were Sunday callers at Rev. R. W. Gardiner s, al so Rev. Chalfant of Sharon Center and Rev. Middleton of Columbia Sta tion called on Sunday afternoon. Rev. Gardiner, who has been on the sick list for some time is improving Mr. and Mrs. R. D. I.ong went to York on Monday in their auto to vis it their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bart. They said the roads were something awful between Seville and Medina. Get busy, Mr. Contractor, and get them in shape. Mr. and Mrs. Long called On their invalid friend. Harry Stuff, who is staying with his sister, Mrs. Joe Gor don at present, on their waiv back from York Monday, Mrs. Delia Frazier and nephew, Frank Frazier of Cleveland, were the week-end guests of Mrs. Frazier's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Morehouse on East Main tsreet. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Hartman and two children. Robert and Francis, vis ited Mr. Hartman's father in Medina Sunday. Mrs. Helen Bayar, who has been making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Kirk Cook, most of the winter. went to her home in Valley City on i got to go home till morning, bers present who went out to the Hulbert home in Bauer's iitney. They had such a jolly good time they for- Tuesday. The Utilian class of the Presbyter ian Sunday school of young ladies were royally entertained at the Wil liam Hulburt home west of Seville last week Tuesday night. Mrs. Hulbert, assisted by her daughter Rachel was hostess. It was an "impolite party" and Mrs. Joe Bonham and Mrs. A. M. ueacn were a tie in being the most impolite, and gpt the prize, which was divided. Games and contests wpn also on the program. The lunch con sisted ot warm sugar, pickles, wafers and nuts. There were thirty mem- The regular meeting of the W. B. A. will meet at the home of Mrs. J. B. Monn on Milton street, Thursday, April 21. A picnic lunch will be served The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid so cety will hold a bake sale Saturday af ternoon, April 23, in the front window of R. D. Armstrong's office, next door to the postoffice. It is reported that the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil England is in a critical condtion. An operation was necessary. (Continued on Page 3; Column 1) DRUGS B. E. HARTMAN, PLC. Seville, Ohio. Storage Batteries and Accessories. Repairing Seville, Ohio. Livery and Heated Storage m iiiiiiiiiii NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR THATLEAKYROOF , PLENTY OF RED CEDAR SHINGLES AND ROOFING OF ALL KINDS ON HAND, AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT. m Exclusive sale LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT The C. L. Matteson Company Creston, Ohio Seville, Ohio miiiumimnstiiiiutimiimnniiiiimimiMiiniiiiHiiiiHiitiiitiiiiinn iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiini I i iiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiw GUARANTEED TIRE REPAIRING Used and Repaired Tires GORTON'S TIRE SHOP Seville, Ohio in aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitinn 1111111111111 iniinnnHiniiniiiiuni iiiininiiiiHjii SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY BEEF ROAST 18c ALL BEEF STEAK 25c RIB BOILING 12c and 14c 2 lbs. HAMBURG 35c VEAL STEW and ROAST 15c--25c YOU CAN'T BEAT IT! YOUNG MEN'S ALL-WOOL SUITS $20.00 to $30.00 MEN'S SUITS $15.00 to $35.00 SUITS MADE-TO-ORDER $18.50 UP. HENRY YOUNG Seville, Ohio lIi!IIIIIIi!IIII!lllHlllIilIlINinilIU Three or more persons giv ing an order in a group will be given a discount of two dollars per suit. Yours truly, C.V. MATTESON Seville, Ohio. mmmiMiiiiMiiiiuiiiiiwiJ WHEN IN NEED OF ANYTHING IN THE ELECTRICAL LINE do not buy until you have seen the line of Chandeliers, fix tures and supplies handled by THE ELECTRIC SHOP Contractors and Housewiring Phones: Res. 130; Store 21. Seville, Ohio. Big Reduction in Flour and Feed Prices t ffhere bm been much complaint that retail prices have not been reduced in proportion to the drop in wholesale prices and a large per cent of thte complaint is justified. We have consistently followed the declines in themarket and just recently 'made a cut of $4.00 tofo.00 per ton on FEED and $L50 ier barrel on HXMJfc. Otir preset prices are very low compared to some and it will pay you to get them before buyling. We also make special prices on ton lots feed and flour m tots of one barrel or more. Do yoti: receive our market news and price list which we send out from time to time? If not a postal card will put your name on our regular mailing list. THE SEVILLE MILLING COMPANY SEVILLE, OHIO l3l!i!!!!l!!l!llllllllUllllllll!li SEVILLE Cash Grocery Every One Has Work IN SEVILLE AND COMMUNITY AROUND. Take advantage of your opportunity and save part of your money. Make regular deposits in a Savings Account in this bank. v Money deposited on or before the third busi ness day of the month draws 4 interest from first of the month. THE SEVILLE STATE BANK Capital and Surplus $42,500.00 SEVILLE, OHIO Returning of the Spring Time with Values 'that should MERIT YOUR PATRONAGE. Argo Laundry Starch, put up in one- and five-pound packages 7c per lb. Schumacker's Rolled Oats direct from Mill 7 lbs. for 25c Shredded Wheat Biscuits 2 pkgs. for 25c Palnnolive Soap 1 3 for 25c New Navy Beans choice hand-picked 5c per lb. Karo Corn Syrup 10 lb. pails Blue Karo 65c J. C. MURRAY DEALER IN GENERAL HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS LIME PLOWS - ' CEMENT PAINTS i PLASTER OILS PUMPS j VARNISHES 1 PD?E FITTINGS GUNS AND AMMUNITION PINE TREE MILKING MACHINES WESTERN ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT PLANTS J. C. MURRAY, Seville, Ohio.