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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO.
MEDINA, OHIO, SEPT. 8, 1921.
The Medina Sentinel
Entered at the Postoftice in Medina,
Ohio, aa second-class matter, October
13, 1888.
BL K. LONG Publisher
B. M. LONG General Manager
GEO. M. DENTON Editor!
Advertising rates made known on ap
plication. All legitimate advertis-
Ing accepted from reliable business
firms.
Political advertising, 50c an inch, each
Insertion.
Addr. ss all communications to the
Mt.li.ui Seattael, Medina, Ohio.
All subscriptions are payable in ad-mmT
On Year
Six Months li
Single Copy 6
REDUCTION, NOT REVISION
What the country is demanding is
not a revision of taxation, but a re
duction of taxation, and the instincts
Of the country are sound. Private indi
viduals are compelled by circumstance
to curb their expenditures; they are
driven back by sheer necessity to a
pre-war basis in so far as it is possible
jof attainment, yet the Government
Stubbornly refuses to recognize any
Jestrants.
Revising taxes may help a few in
dividuals; but it will not meet the prob
lem, nor can the country be benent
ted by lifting the burdens from the
rich and transferring them to the
poor. The trouble lies with the
amount of money that the Govern
ment is taking away from the Ameri
can people and devoting to non-productive
uses. Why should the Gov
ernment of the United States be spend
ing $4,600,000,000, a year? It was
not spending a quarter of that amount
previous to the war, and it ought not
to be spending more than half that
amount now. No matter where the
Government finds its $4,600,000,000 ev
ery dollar of it must first be earned by
hard labor. Somebody must dig it
out of the ground before the Govern
ment seizes it, and digging $4,600,000,
000 does not happen to be so simple
a ta.sk as voting appropriation bills.
Any scheme of taxation which takes
$4K),000,000 out of the pockets of
the American people in the present
condition of Industry is iniquitous,and
HO congress that provides for such
colossal expenditures can ever defend
its action except on the ground that
it is mentally and politically irrespon
sible. Not revision, but reduction. If
Congress does not know that by this
time, it knows nothing.
Mr. Frank Shoemacker was m
New London Labor day.
Quite a few Spencer people at
tended the Elyria fair Monday. -
Mr. Walter Boone was taken to
Lakeside hospital at Cleveland one
day last week. He is in a very
serious condition.
Miss Elsie Fuller spent Labor j
day with her parents.
Mrs. Lydia Daugherty and son j
Kenneth and family of Lorain spent
Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Clara
Woods.
Mrs. J. C. Bechtol is visiting her
grandson and family, near Chatham.
Mrs. Wm. Handley was called to
Wellington on account of the illness
of her daughter, Lydia.
Messrs. Lowel Belts, Neil Morris
and Chas. Tiber of Cleveland visited
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dilts over the
week end.
A road hog crowded! Young Koom
er off the road just west of Pen
field, Sunday night, smashing both
automobiles up considerably. No
one was hurt
Mrs. I. Bennett was taken to Lake
side hospital for an operation on her
throat for goitre.
Mr. Walter Boone is reported no
better.
Flower show Sept. 10 at the town
hall.
School will open Sept. 11 with a
full teaching force. Let us hope we
will be able to keep them all winter.
Mr. Morris Weidrick was pleas
antly surprised one night last week
when a number of his friends met
to celebrate his 18th birthday anniversary.
T. B. Allison and family have just
returned from a week's fishing trip
in Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brown were in
Cleveland Wednesday.
The Misses Linriie Aldrich and Car
rie Jacobs will teach at Penfield this
year. Miss Bertha Storm goes to
Pittsfield. -
Mrs. Jessie Goodyear has post
poned her sale of household goods
until Sept. 17.
Spencer
(Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morrell of
Chatham and Gertrude Morrell of
Cleveland spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brouse are
both ill at their home on West Main
strert. Mr. and Mrs. Hollabaugh
of Akron were called to Spencer on
account of the illness of their par
ents. The Thornton family are quaran
tined on account of scarlet fever.
Mrs. Bumbaugh of West Salem vis
ited friends in Spencer last week.
Mr. Jacob Pittinger, wife and
daughter of Portland, Ore., are
Spending a few days with his sister,
Mrs. Clara Woods.
Samuel Woods and wife and John
Woods and wife attended the Burkey
reunion at Norris Grove, near Ashland.
Gertrude Merrick of Strongsville, Mrs
L. O. Slusser and family of Akron,'
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bellus of Hinck
ley. G. W. Swartz and wife, A. J. Waltz
and family of Mt. Dora,' Fla., John
Swartz and family of Cleveland, nine
persons in all, motored to Niagara
Falls laet week, remaining two days
to take in the sights.
The Myers second family reunion
was held at Oswald Myers' last Mon
day with about 75 persons present.
Floyd Nettleton has rented the
Geo. W. Swartz R. R. bungalo and
will move his family into it this week.
Lawson Bishop, who went to South
America on a business enterprise two
years ago, is here for a vacation. He's
the same Lawson, with a whole lot of
experience added, and his hearty,
friendly handshake is as of yore, only
a little more so.
Rev. Wm. H. Sudduth will preach
in the Community church next Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Woodreturned last
week to teach in the schools again this
year. Seems good to see them again
in town.
The young people of the church e '
joyed a corn and wiener roast at the
Bohley home last Wednesday evening.
Mr. Samuel Barns and Mr. Fred
Bohley entertained with music.
At the Democratic caucus Monday
evening the foilowing township- of
ficers were nominated: Trustees
Frank Mellert, Theo. Haury and Dell
Chamberlain; Clerk, Carl Starr; treas
urer, J. C. Bricket ; School Board--
Geo. Gross, Dayton Faunce and Franl:
Keller; Justice of the Peace, George
Haury.
L. R. Kindall and family and Mrs.
Mary Sorg of Medina attended the
second Houghton reunion at Cascade
Park, Elyria, last Sunday, 65 person;
from Western and Central Ohio, beinj
present.
M. E. Branch and Mrs. J. C. Branch
visited Dr. Baird at Creston last Sun
day, then motored to Wooster and
spent Monday with their cousin, Mrs.
F. C. McLaughlin.
Mallet Creek
Earl Seeley, wife and daughter Bet
tie of Lorain were in town Monday
calling on relatives and old friends.
Earl is cashier in a Lorain B. and O.
freight office and, well, there Is no
danger of his shop shutting down for
repairs.
The Poe ball team played the York
boys Sunday on the York grounds
A hotly contested game was pulled
off, but the Poe boys had to go home
with the score 5 to 7 in favor of York
ringing in their ears.
Curt Salmon, S. Salmon's brother,
of Chagrin Falls, is at the Salmon
home finishing some repair work and
painting. He will spend the week
completing work his brother hac1
planned and partly finished.
H. A and J. P. Indoe, with their
families have returned home from th
Medina fair grounds where they spent
the summer.
Miss Alice Walsh of Abbeyville was
a visitor at the Coleman home last
week.
F. M. Coleman made a btr.i; "ss trip
to Cleveland Tuesday.
The 24th annual reunion of ie Sai-
ford family was held at E. E. Van
Ornum's last Monday. The follow
ing from out of town were present:
C. E. Pierce and family of Lorain,
Mrs. Albert Evans and daughter Irene
and Mrs. Aggie Wells of Berea, Mrs
MEMORIALS
Do you intend erect
ing: a monument or
marker for Decoration
Day? If so we invite
you to look orer the
beautiful designs we
have ready to letter in
our show room.
WILLIAM E HAVIItKIID
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IMPORTANT
NOTICE
GOOD NEWS
PLEASE READ THIS
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 16 and 17, AT GARVER'S CORNER SHOE STORE
Free Demonstration of Dr. ScholTs Foot Appliances for all forms of foot trouble by a noted
Foot Specialist direct from Chicago.
Why suffer longer from weak or fallen arches, weak ankles, swelling of
the feet and limbs, painful bunions and callouses, annoying corns and
kindred foot troubles, when relief is at your door? Consultation and
Examination Free.
Ask your friends and neighbors who have been permanently cured
by the use of Dr. Scholl's appliances.
ALL DAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 16 and 17
L. F. GARVER & SON, Corner Shoe Store
Goodman's Corners
Myrta Perkins is on the sick lisi
again.
Marie Marecak from Cleveland came
home to attend the Labor Day picnic
at Bennett's Corners.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rhode and
sons Clarence and Robert attended
the wedding of their son and brother.
John, who was married to Han-jet
Simmons, Sept. 1, at the home of the
bride's parents, at Leroy. They will
reside at Lakewood.
Lee Clement an3 fahiily from
Elyria spent Sunday at his father's,
R. Clement's.
To Our PATRONS
and the PUBLIC
We wish to announce that the high c ost of meats is mostly caused by the credit
system, which makes the cash buyer pay for the loss sustained on poor credits. We are
going to give you the benefit for cash. On Wednesday, Sept. 7, our market will be
open for cash only. Prices as follows:
Lester
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Polkz and Mr.
Land Mrs. Roy Brice and daughter of
Akron spent from Saturday until
Monday at the home of Chas. Gross.
Wm. Armbruster and family of
Lagrange visited Mr. and Mrs. Ealy
Schultz Sunday.
Mrs. S. R. Carnahan and daugh
ter Augusta and Mr. Geo. Schultrum
of Cleveland spent the week-end and
Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Carnahan.
Mrs. Ellen Letterly of Medina spent
Walter 13pence of Medina spent
Sunday with Chas. Gross and family.
Labor Day with relatives in Lester. '
150,000 EXTRA VOTES
(Continued From First Page)
THE OLD PRICE
Round Steak 35c
Sirloin . . .. 38c
Pot Roast .. .. .. 22c
Boiling Beef 18c
Ham 25c
Weiners 25c
Bologna . . . . s 25c
Lard, .18c
Pork Sausage 25c
Pork Roast . . ... .32c
Pork Chops . . 35c
CallaHam .. .. 23c
Skinned Ham 38c
Fresh Roasted
Coffee . . . . , .
25c
Delivery on Orders
Two a Day
WiU leave at 8:80 a. m.
Will leave at 2:30 p. m.
On Saturday
One at
One at
One at
..8:30 a.
..2:00 p.
fa.
m.
4:00. p. m.
THE NEW PRICE
Steer Beef
Round Steak . . x. . ... .. :28e
Sirloin ....28c
Pot Roast , .. . .18e
Boi)jm Beef, ...... ISH-Uc
Weiners '..22c
Bologna .'. .. :. .. .. ..2a
Lard 15c
PofkSausage .. .. ... .-18c
Pork Roast .. .. .v . ...25c
Posk Chops 31c
Calla Ham .. ...... ...19c
Skinned Ham . . . 35c
Whole or Half
These pre-war prices, which are on the very best grades of meat, we trust will be
appreciated by you, and that you will give us a call and see what you can get for your
money.
Peoples Market arid Grocery
PHONE 1012
WILLIAM GEBHARDT, MGR.
well, tomorrow NEVER comes. So
take your receipt book in hand and
start to work TODAY or if you
have been working, resolve to do bet
ter. Yon CAN if you TRY.
There are three grand prizes. And
no one candidate in the race can
win but one of these three grand
prizes. A worker might win sev
eral of the weekly cash prizes, and
still win the Chevrolet auto but
there is no candidate that can win
more than one of the three grand
prizes. This gives all real workers
a chance at the $594 Chevrolet tour
ing car, the $295 Edison, or the $75
Gruen Wrist watch.
And everybody gets something in
the race a prize or a cash commis
sion. With a GUARANTEE like
this, The Medina Sentinel expects
you to work, and for your own good
hopes it will be more than one or
two hours a week. Better make it
SEVERAL HOURS and EVERY
DAY. The more time yon can pnt
in, the better your chance of winning
the Chevrolet touring car.
Five dollars will be awarded Tues
day, Sept. 18th, NOON, to the con
testant turning in the greatest
amount of cash subscription business
for the week. Win it I
Of supreme importance to any con
testant expecting to win the Chevro
let auto are the extra vote coupons
offered from week to week.
During two weeks, ending Sept. 13,
NOON, an extra vote coupon good
for 150,000 EXTRA VOTES is giv
en away with each $22.50 in business
you turn in. A real worker will
try and secure just as many of these
150,000 EXTRA VOTE COUPONS
as possible. Don't think of being sat
isfied with less than TWO or
THREE of these 160,000 Extra Vote
Coupons, and try and get half a doz
en or dozen during tke two weeks'
period. From Sept. 13 the extra
vote offers drop off FAST. The 150,
000 Extra Vote Offer was extended
one week, and will be of real assis
tance to all REAL WORKERS.
Win the Chevrolet ,
Do it NOW by working NOW,
not by trying to crowd seven
WEEKS' work into the last seven
DAYS of the race along about Sept.
24th.
The $5 cash prize offered for . the
week ending Tuesday, Sept. 6th, in
The Sentinel contest was awarded to,
Mrs. Levi Fleming, of Chippewa
Lake.
Others to make exceptionally good
runs were Mrs. I. H. Brotts, Seville;
Mr., Ed. E. Loomis, Medina; Mrs.
Catherine Carr, Valley City; Mrs.
Chas. Case, Medina, R. F. D. 7; Mrs.
John Kemp, Valley City, R. F. D. 1;
Miss Eva McVicker, Medina, R. F.
D. 5; Mrs. Finley Anderson, Medina,
R. F. D. 2; Miss Ruth Coleman, Mal
let Creek, and Miss Eva Tunquist of
Homerville, R. F. D. 2.
One hundred and fifty thousand
Extra Votes are given with each
$22.50 in cash business turned in
from Aug. 30th to Sept 13th, inclus
ive, and a real scrap is on during
this, the second and last week of the
big 150,000 Extra Vote Offer. Dar
ing the week ending Tuesday, Sept
20th, only 125,000 Extra Votes given
with each $22.50 in cash subscription
business, so this sharp drop off in
extra votes means, that each worker
is going to turn in every dollar pos
sible during this period.
VOTING BALLOT
GOOD FOR 100 VOTES
This ballot is good for 100 votes for the candidate
in The Medina Sentinel's Auto Contest whose name is
written on it Do not fold. Trim neatly.
NAME
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my sincere thanks
to relatives, friends and neighbors
who so kindly assisted me in my sad
bereavement, also for the beautiful
flowers.
MRS. T. W. GOODYEAR
Spencer, Ohio.
J. P. STRONG
Praatlaeat Real Batata Broker at
Maaaaafcaactta
Jioston, Aug. 25 tli says, "I have
been In the real estate brokerage busi
ness for many years. I have suffered
with low of steep, indigestion and ner
vousness, but since taking Argo-Phosphate.
I sleep better and eat without
fear of distress .and can feel a great
change in my system."
There Is nothing in medical science
that equals Argo-Phosphate in tlx
treatment of indigestion, rheumatism,
nervousness, kidney and liver ilia, gold
by all reliable druggists.
ADDRESS ! ,,..
Anyone can clip these ballots and vote for their friends.
VOID AFTER SEPTEMBER 20th
THE PRIZE LIST
FIRST GRAND PRIZE A $694.00 Chevrolet "Four-Ninety"
Touring Car, fully equipped. Purchased of and displayed at The CSbbs
Motor Company.
. SECOND GRAND PRIZE A $296.00 Edison Talking Machine, Pur
chased of and displayed at J. W. Turtle's Store.
THIRD GRAND PRIZE A $76.00 Gruen Watch, choice of Ladies' or
Gentleman's style. Purchased of and displayed at Brainard's Jewelry
Store.
SPECIAL CASH PRIZES Special cash prizes aggregating at least
$60.00 will be given away from time to time. .
NO LOSERS There will be no losers in this campaign for any can
didate competing to the end of the campaign and failing to win a grand
prise, or a special cash prise, and tuning in at least $25.00 in cash sub
scription business, will be given 10 per cent commission on the business he
(or she) turns in.
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