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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO. MEDINA, OHIO, SEPT. 8, 1921. LOCALS Geo. Berere, state examiner of county and municipal records, who is at present engaged in examing Me dina county's records, has tendered his resignation to the state depart ment, to take effect about Sept 6. Mr. Berere will become associated with the W. H. Stanage Co. of Cin cinnati, manufacturers of bookmak ers' supplies. The third annual school reunion f Prospect Hall, was held on the school grounds, Lodi, Saturday, Sept 10. Wo. Rook and A. Q. Root fath er and son, of Spencer, appeared be fore Justice of Peace Ainsworth on Saturday, on a warrant sworn to by George .Wolf, also of Spencer, charg ing the men with the use of obscene and profane language in the pres ence of females. A second warrant also charged A. Q. Rook with drunk enness. A fine of f 5 and costs was imposed in each charge. For beimr intoxicated ok the streets of Medina, Howard Bensing er of Lodi was arrested on Sunday and fined $5 and costs by Justice of Peace Ainsworth. On Friday George Roice will be given a hearing before Justice W. P. Ainsworth on a charge of obtain ing money under false pretenses lodg ed against him by R. A. Bowman. The latter alleges that Roice claimed ownership to a 50-acre farm near Wellington but slightly, incumbered, by reason of which Bowman was in duced to sell him eight head of cat tle Tamed at $760. Acording to Bow man Roice was not the owner of the farm. Miss Helen Miner, recently graduated as a nurse from St Lake's hospital, Cleveland, is spending a month in Medina with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Miner. A man and his wife, the former giving his name as Jack Sharp, and occupation as a newspaper man of Tulsa, Okla., were in an automobile accident near Carl Abbott's farm on the South pike last Saturday after noon, that came nearly costing them their lives, tho they escaped without serious injury. In turning out for another car, Sharp lost control of his car, a Haynes, which swerved, turn ed over a couple of times and landed in a ditch. Dr. Robinson attended the injuries of the Sharps and they proceeded to Cleveland. The car was wrecked. The name of C. E. Jones will not ton street to Wadsworth road last Friday, Walter Cain lost his bal ance and fell from the rear of the truck to the pavement becoming un conscious and sustaining severe appear on the ballot at the Novem- bruises to his head and hips, ber election for member of the school J Miss Florence Leach will enter board, he having notified the election tain her bridal party Thursday even board to omif his name. Mr. Jones jng. Miss Ruth Cunningham and Miss Kathleen Lourie of Seville has bee nengaged as physical directoi for women at Wooster college the coming year. Miss Lowrie last year was instructor in the high schpol at Ashtabula. M. E. Brenner is seriously ill. His ' daughter, Mrs. Root of Cleveland is! assisting in caring for him. TYPHOID RAGING THROUGHOUT OHIO Medina's Health Commissioner Sounds Warning has served on the school board effi ciently for a dozen years. The ball game last Saturday af ternoon on the fair grounds between the American Legion team and the Ohio Farmers Ins. Co. team of Le Roy, resulted in a victory for the Medina team, 5 to 1 The gamevex cited a great deal of interest While the heroic efforts of Hom er H. Root of Medina failed to win him an automobile' in the recent sub scription contest conducted by the Plain Dealer, his friends will be glad to learn that his efforts were not en tirely unrewarded, as the Plain Deal er sent Mr. Root a check for $160. Miscalculation of distance caused a collision between two automobiles Monday evening on the Cleveland road, near the river bridge, resulting in the wreckage of both cars, tho no one was injured. The machines were driven respectively by Wm. Locker of Elyria and Clarence Gilligan of Mal let Creek. Locker, in trying to pass Gilligan, caught the bitter's machine and jammed it into a fence, badly bending the front axle. Winifred Wolcott of Medina an nounces the date of the Wolcott re union (inter-state) as Sept 7, 8 and 9, and place at Hotel Vendom, Bos ton. There will be an auto excur sion to Lexington, Concord, Bunker Hill, Dorchester, Charlestown, and the Pilgrim Tercentenary at Ply mouth. Emil Prehn was placed under a bond of $260 to keep the peace bj Justice W. P. Ainsworth last Monday. The peace bonci was asked by Prehn's wife, and is effective for 90 days The Henry Furnace and Foundry Co. which shut down its plant last week when fifty or more employes be came dissatisfied with laboring under the management of Superintendent Kemp, stands ready to resume opera tions next Monday if the men signify a willingness to accept erstwhile con ditions at the foundry. , While moving a truck load of household goods from East Washing' Mr. Robert Applegate of Cleveland will be the out of town guests. Postoffice employes held a picnic at Brookside park Sunday. Mrs. Stanley Bates of Cleveland entertained at dinner last Thursday night in honor of Miss ' Florence Leach and Mr. John Gladden Lin coln, whose marriage takes place Sat urday, Sept 10. Mrs. F. M. Plank entertained at dinner last Wednesday. Mrs. Ira Everhard, Mrs. Dan Rickard and daughter Marion of Wadsworth were out of town guests. . Mrs. C. E. Hoover and Mrs. Ed. Kerr and daughter, Louise and El eanor of LeRoy, were entertained at luncheon Friday noon by Mrs. W. P. Weaver at the Clifton club. Miss Ruth Cunningham, Beres- ford Road, East Cleveland, gave a tea and shower last Thursday in honor of Miss Florence Leach. Miss Hlen Baldwin entertained at luncheon last Friday noon in honor of several classmates of the graduating class of the M. H. S. who are about to leave for' college. Out of town guests were Misses Abby As the present year has been char acteristic of what used to be called a bad tvnhoid vear. County Health ' " ! Commissioner Biggs sounds a warn- CAN HAVE CIDER MADE regardmg the care of toilets, Anyone may buy apples in the open We,lls, etc, and drives the following market and have them made into cW- information concerning this deadly er for his own use, according to an disease, as well as suggests means for announcement this week by Director W, prevention. Dr. Biggs says: Haynes at Washington. I "The long dry season and the in Nothing was said as to quantity or neat have contributed largely to quality, so the announcement is inter- pretence of typhoid in preted to mean there is no limitation. This will be welcome information to Medina's parched tongues. THE STATE OF OHIO ) MEDINA COUNTY, SS ) IN THE PROBATE COURT .. W. U GOOD as Administrator of ) Harr, de- 4 the Estate of John C. ceased, , ) Fiaintm ; VS Lucy Harr, Et Al. ) uereaarus LEGAL. NOTICE! Kathryn Thomas who resides at No. 813 West State Street, Rockford. III., will take notice that W. u. Good as Administrator of the estate of John C. Harr, deceased, on the 23d day or Aug ust, 1921, filed his Petition in the' Pro bate Court of Medina County, Ohio, al letrine that the pernonal estate of said decedent is insufficient to pay his debts and charges of administration of his estate. That he died seised in fee simple of a Parcel of land sixty-four ni-n feet in width, east ana west, ana one hundred thirty-four (134) feet deep, north and south, situated In Lot No. 2H. in small UOl sso. zo in oec. zs, of Guilford Township, Medina County, and Vera Hatch of Akron, Virginia Ohio, and that the defendant Lucy Harr is me wiuow oi sam ueveuem .uu n ARE Wl TOOLS NO DIFFERENCE Race, color or clime does not change the fact of HEALTH RESTORATION The 20th Century Method is that of CHIROPRACTIC The Health Science that actually gets Sick People Well. See me today MARY A. SPICE, D.C. CHIROPRACTOR Consultation and Analysis Free Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday over Abrams' store from 8 a. ra. to 5 p. m. Medina 'phone 4056 Lester "phone 3W284 GANGWAY... HERE WE GO ON FALL SUITS AT NEW PRICES. They arrive every week they are on display today enough Suits to move hundreds of Medina men to immediate action. The only sad part is that in our ad miration we have lost our tongue. Priced lower than Spring Suits that's good news but not a circum stance to the attractiveness of the mod els. Come we don't expect you to buy we want to show you the last word in gentlemen's apparel. Michael Sterns Fall Suits $20-$25-$30-- $32$35$37.50- $40 Thos. Ferriman & Son MEDINA, - - - OHIO Warner and Geraldine Cole of Lake- wood. The dwelling of Fred Vorhees hi Lafayette township about three miles east of Chatham, was totally destroy ed by fire at noon Wednesday, iron causes unknown. According to Mr Vorhees the fire started in the cham ber and had been blazing some time before discovered. Nothing upstairs was saved and there was barely time for the removal of furniture from the first floor before the ceiling fell in There was some insurance " on the building. The ladies Bible class of theM. E. church will meet Friday evening Sept. 9, at Mrs. Geo. Codding's, . The County Commissioners this week authorized the engineers to con truct the road east of Mallet Creel to Brintnall's Corners, width 9 feet, depth 9 inches. Virginia Grace, three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc Millian, 528 South Elmwood street died on Monday from infammation of the bowels. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon from the home, conducted by Rev. W. H. Bry enton. Interment was made in Spring Grove cemetery. A. T. Spitzer's John K., finished 3-4 in the 2:30 trot at Elyria on Mori day. On Tuesday in the same class. he finished 1-2-2-3, winning secon'l money. McDowell brothers' Prince Binsren won fourth money the same afternoon. The marriage of Miss Frances Van Epp, daughter of Attorney and Mrs. Arthur Van Epp, to Mr. Claj borne Walton of Stanford, Ky., has been announced by the bride's parents The wedding was solemnized in Cleve land on Tuesday of last week and the announcement came as a surprise to the bride's many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Walton left at once on a trip South, and expect to make their home in Stanford. Eastern Stars meet next Tuesday evening, and a full attendance is desired. The infant son of John Bolog and wife of Factory street died on Thurs (lay night of last week. Miss Neva Hobart, who under went an operation for goitre at Fair view hospital is reported .as doing well. A second oil well on the Richofl farm a mile and a half north of town shot on Tuesday at a depth of Medina county and throughout the state.- The drought causes wells to receive water from more distant sources than usual, and in clay for mations large cracks are found, ex tending many feet in length and depth". Contamination may easily travel along these and enter wells. The severe heat causes more people than usual to. travel, to seek bathing places, to consume cool well water, and to eat foods which do not require cooking. Flies appear to be more pre valent than usual Whatever the cause, reports indicate that typhoid fever is on the -increase throughout the state. Last year witnessed the lowest typhoid fever death rate in the history df the state. Present con ditions however, call for the employ ment of unusual measures of pre caution. "Every case of typhoid eomes, di rectly or indirectly from another case of the disease. The discharges from the bowels and bladder often con- entitled to dower In said real estate. and that the defendants Kathryn Thomas. Bertha Auten and Stanley Roth are the sole heirs at law ana next nf kin of Hnld decedent: the orayer of the Petition is for the assignment of tain the germs of typhoid fever for dower In said property and an order to I ... sell the same. The defendant Kath-1 long periods after the recovery of the ryn Thomas is nerepy nouriea tnav no ' A rinirie - Is a defendant to said Petition, and that she la required to answer the same on or before the Z9th day or uccooor, 1921. ' "1.1- F. w. wouos Attorney for Plaintiff Sept. 8-15-22-2!'; Oct. I'S. A RESOLUTION x ' A RESOLUTION declaring it neces sary to construct a sanitary sewer In wadsworth Koaa from tne ena or ino present sewer at Lot No. One Hundred and Forty Tnree kin) ana tnence run ning in a southerly direction to the north line of lands owned by C. J Green in O. L. Thirty One (31), which is the Bouth line of Lot No. Sixty (60) owned by Clara D. Hartman, all in Sewer District No. Two. Whereas the owners of a majority or the front footage of lands bounding and abuttiner unon both sides of Wadsworth Koad between tne ena or ine present sanitary sewer in Lot No. 143 and thence running in southerly, direc tion to the north line of lands of C. J Green in O. L. No. 31, which is the south line of Lot No. 160 now owned bv Clara D. Hartman. all in Sewer Dls trict No. . Two., have petitioned in writinor for a construction of a sani tary sewer along said Street between the DOlnts above named. Now therefore, Be it resolved by the -!nunrn of the Village of Medina. Ohio. (three-fourths of alL members elected or annnmterl thereto concurring.) SEC. I That it is by tne uouncn deemed necessary to construct a sanl tary sewer In Wadsworth Road from the end of the present sewer at imi No. 143 and thence running in a south erly direction to the north line of lands owned by u. J. ureen in u. u, ti, wnicu is the south line of Lot No. 60 now owned bn Clara D. Hartman, all in Sewer District No. Two. sec. II That said sanitary sewer shall be constructed in accordance wit' the sreneral sewage Plan OI said VII lage as heretofore adopted and now on file in the office of the Village Clern and that the estimate of the cost and evnenne thereof as orenared by F. u. Randall, Engineer, and now on file In the office of the Village Clerk be and the same hereby is approved and adopted SEC. Ill That the cost and expense of the construction of said sanitary sewer, except the one-fiftieth part thereof, which shall be assessed against nd nnld bv the Villaee of Medlna.shan be assessed by the front footage against the lots and lands bounding and aDUi- ting upon both sides of said street from the end or tne present sewer ai uvi Nr 14!) and thence running in a south erly direction to the norm line or lands ownea Dy v, J. ureen in j. u. u. 31, which is the south line of lmi io. 60 now owned by Clara D. Hartman, all in Sewer District No. Two. and said lots and lands are hereby found ana determined to be specially benefited bv reason of said Improvement; mat the cost and expense of said improve ment shall include the expense of all surveys necessary and incident there to and the expense of printing, publish ing and serving all notices, resolutions and ordinances required, and the cost and expense of the construction of said sanitary sewer, together with interest on any bonds that may be Issued in an ticipation of the collection of deferred assessments and all other expenditures made necessary by reason of said im provement. SEC. IV. That the special asses ment so to be levied and assessed against the lots and lands bounding and abutting upon both sides of said treet between the nointn above named. shall be paid In ten annual installments with Interest at six per cent, per an num, payable annually, provided how ever that the owner of any property so assessed may at his or her option pay such assessments In cash within 20 days from and after the passage of the as sessing ordinance, in which case said cash assessment shall not Include any Item of interest upon bonds to be issu ed in anticipation of the collection of such deferred assessments. SEC. V. That the bonds of the Vil lage of Medina shall be Isuued In an ticipation of the collection of all uch assessments that are not paia in casn , and in an amount equal tnereto ana shall be sold in manner and form as provided by law. HEU. vl. mat tne remainaer or ine carry enough germs to infect a can of milk or a dish of food and thereby carry the disease to a great distance from the patient Because of this no milk should be sold from premises where a case of typhoid exists. v . "To prevent typhoid" says Dr. Biggs, "in rural districts the water supply, milk 1 supply "and waste dis posal must be done separately for each individual family, and it is im portant that the farmer understand how. to keep his water supply pure and to take care of his toilet The most important single point is to separate the. toilet from the spring or well as far as possible, and to be sure that the well is never on the slope below the toilet. If the water supply comes from a well, the well should be protected around its top by a concrete or stone coping so that surface water cannot wash info it and should be provided with a water tight floor, so that the dust and dirt from the top of the well, which may be soiled or actually infected from dirty shoes, will not wash down into the well. "The toilet should be located as far as possible from the water sap ply and down hill from it In ear tain soils it is absolutely necessary to have a water-tight vault or pit to keep the material from leaking through the ground and reaching the well. Whether this is the case or not the toilet should always be so constructed that its contents cannot be reached by flies. If a pit is used this can be accomplished by having the house fit close to the ground and by providing covers for the holes in the seat. If some other kind of a receptacle is used the back of the house must be closed in, a screen put over the ventilators, and the seat holes covered, "If a case of typhoid occurs, all discharges from the bladder and bow els, of the patient should be mixed With antisceptic solution (made by adding eight ounces of chlorinated lime to a gallon of water) and should be stirred with a stick until ho solid masses are left The contents of the vessel should then be allowed to stand for 80 minutes and may then be poured into a hole in the ground far away from any spring or well." HABERDASHERY At the Haberdashery yon will find a wonderful assortment of New Fall Felts. The styles start at that new nobby harrow brimmed Hat and end at the wide Boisalina Style. Priced $2.50 to $7.00 SNEDDEN & ANDERSON NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE MEDINA, a was shot on 315 feet and developed an initial pro duction of 12 barrels daily. The first well struck a few week's ago is nos proving as productive as indications pointed at that time. The sixth annual reunion of the McQuate family was held at the coun try home of Tom Smith, Wellington, O., Saturday, August 27. There were 1S5 present, from Cleveland, Akron, Canton, Ashland, Massilon, Polk and Litchfield, and from Servia, Ind. A new addition to the A. I. Root i . . ,. . I- .,.. nt -nt..- ' entire cost and expense of said im J. a aitaiv 10 iu wuint-wi vuiioh uvr . r , i ....-.. i. wi utit nnt i n H?iDta 1 1 v nnaeHHen tion. It will be more than twice as large as the present building. Miss Mabel Fisher has accepted a position as typist for the Farm Bu reau. Service Circle will have a picnic supper Friday, Sept 9, at Anderson's farm on the Wadsworth road. Sup ped will be served at six o'clock. Msgs Lueite Garver with a miscellaneous shower last week for Miss Yvonne McNeal. ; and including the cost of -intersections, i toe-ether with the cost of any real estate or Interest therein, purchased or ! appropriated and the cost ana expense of anv annroprHtlon proceedings there for, and all damages awarded, therein, ghall ba paid out of the general sower fund of the Village of Medina or hy the issuance of Pond's in mani.ei and form n Drovlded by law. SEC. VII. That the Village Clerk be ' and hereby is authorized and directed to cause a notice of the passage of this resolution to be served upon each own er of the lots and lands bounding and entertained abutting Upon both sides of said im- nrovenAent. , ami.', y ill rnai mis ruauiuuvn mum . take effect and be in force from and after the earliest periiod allowed by Miss Helen Yoder, who is at Mt. Jw. Vernon, O., was operated on last Sun- fa. H. HARTZOG, Mayor Mirro Aluminum Reflects G Housekeeping Also A Ten Per Cent. 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