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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. Medina, Ohio, August 4, 1921 The McDowell families of Me dina were entertained Thursday af- K. LOCALS Iternoon by Dr. and Mrs. John Gordon Marl Main, three-yearold McDowell at the latter's home son of Mr. and Mrs. Murl Main 01 Lakewood. Akron, former Medina county rst-j dents, died last Saturday morning.1 Funeral services were held Monday at the home of the child's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Carr, in Chatham, Rev. Fair of Chippewa Lake officiat ing. Burial was made in Chatham. Harry Beach of Litchfield report ed to Sheriff Bigelow Monday the find ing of a motorcycle on his farm be hind a hedge fence which he thinks has been there for about two weeks. There was no number on it or any thing to indicate the ownership. The sheriff brought the machine to Me dina. The monthly meeting of the L. B. society of the Congregational church was held Thursday, Aug. 4, in the Church parlors. Service Circle will have a picnic supper at the river next Wednesday evening. Members will meet at 5:30 at the home of Hobart Edwards on East Liberty street. Tn-ns-much circle will not meet until the srcond week in September Willing Workers' Circle will meet next Thursday, Aug. IX, with Mrs Salsbury, at Remson's Corners. Mr. Chas. Iper and family have moved into their home on Union St. Mr. Richard Venner has moved into the David Weible place on South Court street. George Wilbur underwent an op eration for goitre at St. Luke's hos pital Tuesday. The Golden Rule Circle of King's Daughters will meet Thursday even ing of next week with Mrs. F. M. Plank. A son, George Franklin, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shane at Berea, Aug. 1. Announcement was made a week ago Saturday of the engagement of Mr. Homer Bishop to Miss Mary Al len, both of Oakdale, Wis. One of the most charming lunch eons of the summer was given by Miss Margaret Randall Thursday noon at the Elyria Country club, when she announced the engagement of Miss Florence Leach and Mr. John Glad den Lincoln of Cleveland. The wed ding will take place in the early fall. The table decorations were beautiful gladiolas, clever candy baskets and hand-painted place cards. The an nouncement was made by a small cir cular card which was placed between the layers of individual white-frosted cakes on the top of which was a gold band representing the ring and a piece of white rock candy to represent rhe -diamond. Covers were laid for twelve. Miss Sara Heddleston of East Liverpool, 0., Miss RandallV house guest, was the out of town .guest. By a resolution passed by the County Commissioners on Monday, a special tax is to be levied on all tax able property in Homer township to pay the townsh'p's portion of the in terest on bonds issued for the improv ing of Sec. P and Q of the Green-wich-B?.rberton road, beginning at Ashland and Medina county line and extending east a distance of 7,549 feet. Deputy Sheriff Hange confiscat d a jug of wine from a trio of noisy young Clevelanders who stopped here last Sunday morning about 1:30 o'clcok enrot te to the city. They were not arested. Peters & Baird, Wadsworth, S. Broadway, $24,691.88; no bids for the other streets. in! Williams-Little Co.: S. Broadway, I $27,105.71; West Friendship, $88,- The towti hall, outside and in- j 732.0b; East Norm, fi3,0MJ.t; jurat side, is being repainted, and the ington, $4,671.04. rhnmWs ronaDered Charles wo- cement vo.:oouui uroaaway, foot has the contract and the work is ' $26,984.16; W. Friendship, $34,291. weil under way. East North' $13,679.34; Hunt- A fire started in the kitchen of ington, ?4,8d0.48. Art. Schafer's house, 235 South Jef-1 Peters-Carperrter Co. : S. Broad ferson street, Tuesday afternoon, hut way, $27,214.60; W. Friendship, $33, was extinguished before serious dam-1 893.05; East North, $14,878.60; no age was done. A girl was on the bid for Huntington street, back porch ironing when she scented Crum & Wood: No bid for South something burning. Entering the i Broadway; West Friendship, $32, kitchen she discovered a number of ; 495.30; East North, $12,867.60 ; Hunt- garments were blazing and the wood work of the room had also ignited. The fire department was not called. Will Barnhardt of Lafayette was removed to Fairview hospital, Cleve land, Monday, where he underwent an operation for appendicitis. His condition before the operation was very serious, but he is now reported as convalescing slowly. The Sentinel is in receipt of a let ter from Adjutant General's depart ment, Columbus, bearing a record of Medina county's casualty in the U. S. Marine Service during the late war. It was that of William Lawrence Rounds, killed in action June 14, 1918. The deceased was the son of J. M. Rounds, 250 College street, Wads worth. Two men were each fined $5.00 and costs this week by Justice of Peace Ainsworth for harboring dogs without license tags. The men were Henrv Smvers and F. B'eem. "More to follow," says Sheriff Bigelow. E. F. Gleason of Toledo, brother of Dr. J. R. Gleason of Medina, is a handwriting expert of no mean ability and entertained the Kiwanis club last Thursday with a talk and demonstra tions of character reading by the style of one's handwriting. Mr. Gleason is credit manager of the Ohio Savings Bank and Trust Co. of Toledo, and finds his chirographic knowledge a decided asset to his business. County Auditor Washburn receiv ed another payment of automobile money from the state department the past week, to be distributed as fol lows: County $4,226.31; Leroy, $46.50; Lodi, $953.72; Medina,$l,029.10 Seville, $153.75; Spencer, $103.94; Wadsworth, $969.39; Western Star, $23; total, $7,505.71. ington, $4,606.76. The engineer's estimates for the different streets were as follows: S. Broadway, $27,214.34; W. Friend ship, $35,097.88; East North, $14, 015.70; Huntington, $5,016.74. There were only two bidders for the sewer work. They were the Lodi Concrete Co., whose bid was $5,488.58, and TrifiK Bros., whose bid was $6,736.80. The engineer's estimate was $5,826.00. Council has not awarded the con tracts yet, but a special meeting will be called for that purpose probably this week, says Mayor Hartzog. BAND CONCERT The Y. M. C. A. quartet made a hit with the Saturday night crowd at the usual band concert. The fol lowing program will be played this Saturday right: March "American Legion" Vandemloot March and Popular Song "My Mammy" Donaldson Overture "Hesperia" Losey Waltz "Kingdom of Dreams" Barnard Slow Rag "Lassus' Trombone" Fillmore Romance "In Thoughts" Froehlieh March "With the Colors" Morris Waltz "Down Where the Lazy Mississippi Flows" De Freyne Popular Song "Nestle in Your Daddy's Arms" Herscher March "Freedom of the Seas" . Eaberger five years and any person whose sub scription may already be paid in ad vance may have it extended from tho time it will expire, one year, for each $1.50 paid in during the eon test. - FREE ASSISTANCE The Medina Sentinel stands ready to assist EVERY CANDIDATE in any way possible during the race. All will Via treated fair and above- board, and no favorites will be made. There will be no "doubling up", com bining of votes, or any shady busi ness tolerated at any time. Ihe final count will be made by a dis interested committee of Medina county business men whose standing is above question. A fair field, a free race, and no favorites will make this a campaign that will be of in terest to everyone and decidedly pro fitable to all those who compete. THERE ARE NO LOSERS RE MEMBER THIS for The Medina Sentinel not only offers you an op portunity to win a $694.00 Chevrolet Touring Car or other big prize ab solutely free of cost to you, but AL SO GUARANTEES that ALL will GET SOMETHING a prize, or a cash commission. REGULAR VOTING SCHEDULE A vote schedule on subscription payments ranging in length from one year to five years is given just below. Following it is the extra vote sched ule for the entire contest. No de viations will be made from this sched ule and all workers know at the out set just what the vote value of each subscription taken during the cam paign, and ut any time during the campaign, will be. On payment of $1.501 year. . 5,000 Votes. On payment of $3.602 years 16,000 Votes. On payment of $4.50 3 years 25,000 Votes. On payment of $6.004 years 35,000 Votes. On payment of $7.506 years 50,000 Votes. EXTRA VOTE SCHEDULE "Opportunity Period" extends from the opening date of the campaign un til Tuesday, August 80th, 2 P. M. From Tuesday, August 30th, 2 P. M., until Tuesday, September 6th, T 1 IT I . ft iz r. so.., an axira vote voupon guuu for 150,000 Extra Votes will be given each candidate with each $22.50 in subscription business turned in. There is no limit to the number of 150,000 Extra Vote Coupons any can didate is permitted to win. From Tuesday, Sept. 6th, 2 P. M., unjll Sept. 13th, 2 P. M., an Extra Vote Coupon good for 125,00b Extra Votes will be given each candidate with 'each $22.50 in subscription busi ness turned in. There is no limit to the number of 125,000 Extra Vote Coupons any candidate is permitted to win. CORRESPONDED FOR SENTINEL 25 YEARS The W. C. T. IJ. will hold a pic nic dinner, Friday, Aug. 5, at Chippe wa Lake park. What-So-Ever Circle meets next Thursday, Aug. 11, with Mrs. Julius Gayer, South Court Street. Ladies of the Church of Chirst held an all-day meeting with picnic dinner Thursday at the home of Mrs. Irvin Schmidt, Prospect street. Loyal Circle will not have an other meeting until September. A sock party will be held at the Church of Christ Friday evening at 7 45. A fine entertainment will br given. Everyone is welcome. Mrs. Blake Hendrickson will en tertain next Monday at the Com munity Club hotel with a bridge party, in honor of Mrs. Walter Wood of Campbellsville, Ky. A man giving his name as Geo. Hawley was arrested at Litchfield on Thursday night by Sheriff Bigelow for j drunkenness. Justice W. P. Ains-J worth assessed Hawley a fine of $5,001 and costs Friday morning and commit ted him to jail until the fine and costs are paid. He was returned to jail. Mrs. Floyd E. Stine entertained Tuesday noon with a luncheon and "500" in honor of Mrs. Floyd Ben nett Covers were laid for the fol lowing guests: Mesdames Gerald Stuf flebeam of Muskegon, Mich., R. E. Kimmell, R. O. McDowell, W. R. Webber, W. R. Bailey, R. M. Long, Clare Davenport, Tom Phillips of Akron, Miss Elizabeth McDowell and Miss Nora Shraber of Cleveland. County Clerk Geo. Frazier enter ed upon his second official term on Aug. 1, succeeding himself. MEDINA SENTINEL TO GIVE AWAY $694.00 CHEVROLET TOURING CAR AND OTHER VALU- ABLE PRIZES (Continued From First Page) From Tuesday, Sept. 13th, 2 P.M., until Tuesday, Sept. 20th, 2 P. M.xr Extra Vote Coupon good for 100,000 Extra Votes will be given each can didate with each $22.50 in subscrip tion business turned in. There is no limit to the number of 100,000 Extra vote coupons any candidate is per mitted to win. The regular vote schedule will be in effect from Tuesday, Sept. 20th, 2 P. M. until Saturday, Sept. 24th, 2 P. M., in case the contest ends Sat urday, Sept. 24th, 2 P. M. In case the contest is extended one or two weeks, the 125,000 Extra Vote offer or the 100,000 Extra Votes offers will be extended one week, each, respec-' tively. Now turn to the page advertise ment on page four of this issue, read the Rules, and send us your name TODAY. An EARLY START Is HALF THE BATTLE. MARKETS The above picture is that of Mrs. E. C. Miner, for many years a resident of Brunswick, but who with her husband removed to Medina village last week anil are now nleasantlv situated at 238 North Broadway. While the Sentinel with their many other friends here are glad to have them with us .their removal from Brunswick severs a relationship be tween Mrs. Miner and the Sentinel of remarkably long standing and one the value of which the Sentinel holds very high. It is quite likely that Mrs. Miner can take rank as dean of Medina county correspondents, for she has served the Sentinel continuously for more than a quarter of a century. The first ten years of this long period she resided at Mallet Creek and contributed week ly an interesting letter from that sec tion. Upon moving to Brunswick she promptly accepted the position of correspondent from that township, continuing the work faithfully and with remarkable thoroughness during the following fifteen years and to the very last week of her residence there. Furthermore, no one now connected with the Sentinel office can recall a single week during Mrs. Miner's long service as correspondent that a news letter from Brunswick failed to ap pear in this newspaper. In her work of news-gathering Mrs. Miner was scrupulous in her fidelity to facts, and no item ever bore inuen do or slur. The Sentinel derives a pleasure in paying- compliment to and heartily congratulating this worthy woman, whose labor in its behalf has been per formed so long, so cheerfully and so well. ties, is eligible to compete in The Medina Sentinel Contest (See rules governing the contest.) HOW TO WIN As stated above, the whole plan is devised to increase the circulation of The Medina Sentinel. Every sub scription you secure counts votes, provided the subscriber pays $1.50 or more on his subscription. No sub scription accepted for more than five years ($7.50) to go to any one ad dress. The way to win is to get your friends, neighbors, and relatives to subscribe for one year or, more to The Medina Sentinel. You ask those ALREADY TAKING The Medina Sentinel to RENEW for a year to Market prices are corrected every Thursday noon. GENERAL PRODUCT Grocers are buying at these prices: Butter A .42 Eggs .34 Potatoes $2.10 Beans, bushel $3.25 Lard, best per pound .14 GRAIN. FLOUR and SEEDS Dealers are buying at these prices: Wheat, No. 2 $1.10 Oats . . Dealers are selling at these prices: Timothy seed $5.00 Flour per bbl $8.20 Flour, per 1-4 bbl $2.15 Bran, cwt $1.50 Middlings, cwt. $1.80-$2.00 Chop $2.00 Chick Feed, cwt $2.50 Corn meal, per 10 lbs. ... .40 Graham, per 10 lbs. .70 Corn, bushel ..... . .1 80 to .90 BUY A LOT COMMUNITY PARK, CHIPPEWA LAKE . We are offering these highly restricted lots with sew er, water, gas and electricity already installed, with re striction amply protecting all lot owners. Also the right to go upon Chippewa Lake for boating, bathing and fishing is given each purchaser. This allotment is free from amusements but it is adjacent to Chippewa Lake Park, where a splendid dance floor with good music is maintained. This arrangement eliminates large crowds and consequent noise. Applicants will be required to give satisfactory ref erences. THE ALLEN -HARTZELL -DIBBLE 60. YOU'LL TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING IT OFF WHEN YOU BUY A MADE TO MEASURE SUIT. A WELL TAILORED SUIT MAKES ALL THE DIF FERENCE IN THE WORLD, YOU CAN TELL AT A GLANCE IT WAS MADE UP SPECIALLY FOR YOUR SELFFOR EVERY LINE COMPLIES WITH YOUR OWN INDIVIDUALITY. FOR SMARTNESS AND QUALITY AND ECON OMY AS WELL, WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND INTER NATIONAL. SEE OUR GREAT VALUES AT $25.00 - $30.00 - $35.00 - $40.00 THEY ARE TRULY ASTOUNDING Thos. Ferriman & Son MEDINA, - - - OHIO EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENTS CHIPPEWA LAKE, OHIO C C. FTXLER Sales Manager HABERDASHERY WE ARE STILL HARD AT IT SPONGING and PRESSING YOUR CLOTHES WHILE YOU WAFT If you have never trie4 our work better bring the suit over. 50c SNEDDEN & ANDERSON NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE MEDINA, O. Special Prices on DINNERWARE A very pretty pattern in American Porcelain consist ing of Dinner Plates, Pie Plates, Gravy Boats, Pickle Dishes, Covered Butters, Covered Dishes, Casseroles and Platr ters. The decoration of this pattern is so neat and dainty that the odd pieces can be used with almost any dishes you may have, and they will be sold regard less of cost. Other articles will also be sold in this "SPECIAL" offer. Do not fail to see our Bargain Table PA. MUNSON & SON , "Dad and I"