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   Elyria Democrat, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1914, Elyria, Ohio                               rt :'v VOLl'MK HI M'MllKIt :IH ELYIUA OHIO THIKSDAV, SKI'TI ,K 17lli, ONE DOLLAlt PER i I M I I I I I I I I I I I I MI I I I I 'I I I I I I II I I I I I I Remarkably Clever Styles of Suits, Coats, Dresses Skirts, Waists and Millinery are npw on Display PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE D. LEWIS COMPANY, Elyna. II Mil I III I I Ml I II Ill I I I I I I I I I I I II I I M KlptCttl This is a tabulation of the that mnke SKU.KKS KITCIIKXKKDS the most thoroughly convenient and labor saving1 Kitchen Cabinets on the market. Cooling Cabinet ----Frosted metal, perfectly ventilated. Extension -To give more space when working. In nickeloid or hard maple wood. Spacious Compartment in lower section--equipped with a sliding wire shelf. Wire Rack on hack of door to this compartment for covers and flat tins. Drawers in lower section for kitchen linen and kitchen utensils. Sellers Automatic Flour Ibs with water, oil or powdered borcapacitv, has funnel-shaped sifter ax. renders it impossible for ants attachment. Bin conies forward or other insects to enter cabinet, automatically to table level for Spacious Compartments in upper sec filling purposes and swings back tion one for china, the other for into position when filled. Glass glassware--has white enameled Panel indicates constantly amount or varnished interiors, frosted of flour on hand. glass doors and coppered hinges. Glassware Sugar Receptacle with Sellers Kttcheneeds made of best automatic outlet and graduated quality seasoned and kiln-dried measur.ing cup. Seven Spice Jars oak. finished oil hand rubbed, also Glass Tea and Coffee Canwith dull coppered hinges and isters. catches. Sanitary Rolling instantly Sellers Dovetail Method of Condisappaers, rolls up and out of struction is responsible for the j R. .M. Ching of Cleveland is a guest of .1. E. Davidson and family. Leanna Hubbard is visit-ing her daughter in Cleveland. The "Old Girls" (Hub met at -Mrs Lena Carter's home in Pittsfield, I one day last week. -Mrs Chas. Bayless, Sr., was in Elyria one day last week..Mrs Fanny Perkins has returned home from a visit with relatives in Berlin Heights. J. C. Sigs worth has been ill the past week. -Mr and Mrs Ed. Harr of Elyria spent Sunday with the former's parents. Mr and Mrs Earl Morgan and daughter of Ashtabula are guests of L. D. Wood and family. Mr and Mrs E. McFarland of Cleveland spent Sunday with J. D. Bates. Mr and Mrs Matthews of Cleveland were recent guests of Mr and Mrs Thos. Sigsworth. C. E. Bishop has returned from a three weeks' visit in Oil City and Franklin. Pa. Lyn.n Bates and family motored to Toledo last. Sunday. Mrs Etta Beal and son of Toledo are guests of the former's parents. Mr and Mrs Jacob Smith. C. A. 11 anna Is visiting in Marietta. Mr and -Mrs -lake Albright uf Oberlin were guests of the hitter's parents last Sunday. Born, to Mr and Mrs Leo Coven, of Tavares, Fla., last Saturday, u son. Mrs. Coven was formerly Miss Chloe Hewitt of Kipton. Miss Myra Jackson has returned to Kent to resume her studies at the state normal scohol. Mrs Fred Bickel and son Warren of Cleveland and Mrs Jas. Yizzard and son of Perry are the guests of Chas. Bickel and family. The following is a list, of the young people of Kipton who have entered schools in Oberlin for the coming term: Chalmer Davidson, Guy Granger, Lloyd Jackson, Win. McC reedy, Lorna Haigh and Lora Buckley, senior class, Oberlin High School; Morris Scott and Florence Matcham Oberlin Business College; Leila Davidson and Callie Bronson, Oberlin College; Marguerite Gibbs and Mary Shedd, Conservatory of Music and C. A. Hanna, senior class at the seminary. Amherst On Sunday, Amherst. Camp No. of the Woodmen of the World held impressive exercises at South Amherst and Crown Hill cemeteries, when monuments to the memory of three deceased members wejre unveiled. Monuments for E. C. ant and G. Keople were unveiled in the former resting place o'f the dead, and. that for J. C. Nickel in the latter. Brookside Camp from Cleveland had charge of the unveiling ceremonies in connection with which some very fine ritualistic work was exemplified. Representatives from camps in Cleveland, Verniilion Elyria and Lorain were present. Music was furnished 'by the Vermilion band. Much to the regret of his parishioners, Rev E. A. Robb has tendered his resignation as pastor of the Methodist church of this place. He will go to Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, where he will take up post graduate work. Mrs J. L. Nicholl, Mrs B. A. Kuss and Mrs Edward Swartwood attended the hundredth anniversary celebration of Avon, held by the descendants of the first settlers of that place at Beach Park, last Thursday. Recently elected officers of the Knights and Ladies of Security are E. C. Schuler, president; David White, Jr., and Mrs Jane Bruce, vice presidents; Mrs David White, Sr., prelate; Dr H. L. Hall, financial secretary; Edwin Lutz, recording secretary; J. Bruce, Sr., conductor; Maude Filker, assistant; Adam Filker. guard and Fred Schaub, sentinel. Milan Street property-holders petioned the council last week to construct a sanitary sewer in that street before proceeding with macadamizing. It will be necessary to put in a trunk sewer. .Miss Ruby Walker has been engaged this week in soliciting donations of food and clothing for the Old Indies' Home at Elyria. The Home is far from self-sustaining and is dependent on the generosity 01 the citizens of the county for many comforts for the aged within its walls. Amheist. with its well known generous instincts, will, doubtless, make it possible for Miss Walker to turn in a fine report of her stewardship. the way. Keeps dust from provisions. Ant-Proof Casters. Strong steel caster, heavily nickel plated. Filling bowl above the caster wheel statement that Sellers Kitcheneeds will not warp or separate at the joints or be affected by ever changing kitchen temperatures. The Junior Special, the Play-Room Kitchen Cabinet that your little girl or girl friend is working for, is just like this only it is two. thirds the size. Help her get it. She will tell you how to help. In the meantime come in and see the Junior for yourself. Voting Contest begins Sept. 21st, ends October 10th TEN of these 1-vote Stamps are Rood for 1 Ten vote stamp FRIDAY THOMAS Iurniture nneral Hygienic Ice Co. PURE DISTILLED WATBR ICE Regular delivery to private Mondays, Thurtdayt nod Old newspapers for shelves, etc., cheap at, Democrat office. ealers irectors INSECT BITES DANGEROUS Mosquitos, flies and other insects which breed quickkly in garbage pails, stagnant water, barns, musty places, etc., are carriers of disease. Every time they bite you, they inject poison into your system from which some dread disease may result. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment. It is antiseptic and a few drops will neutralize the infection caused by insect bites or rusty nails. Sloan's Liniment disinfects Cuts Bruiss and Sors. You cannot afford to be without it. in ,your home. Money back if not satisfied. Only 25c. at your druggist' Penfield Clyde Park took his sister, Mrs Howard Stevens, to her home in Cleveland in his automoblie Sunday morning. Their father, B. Park, accompanied them, returning home Sunday evening. P. E. Van Valkenburg a.nd family spent Sunday at the home of R. D. McBurnie in Brighton, visiting O. C. Ayliffe of North Dakota. Mr and Mrs E. R. Pierce spent Sunday at the home of Mr Thorpe in Berea. Their brother-in-law is very Ul from rheumatism and is going "to Mt. Clemens for treatment. Mrs E. Naylor and son Charles spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Cleveland. A Lincoln-Lee temperance program will be given in the Congregational church during the Sundayschool hour, consisting of readings, recitations and singing. Penfield schools opened Monday morning, with Mr Kennard Muni aw as principal; Miss Nellie Douglas of Wellington, teacher of the grammar grades; Miss Ruth Barbor, o.f Wellington, assistant principal; Miss Madge Nichols, LaG range, intermediate, and Miss Leona Wolfe, Penfield, primary grades. Clare Van Valkenburg from Tuesday until Thursday with his grandfather, M. Fritz in Utchfield. Mr and Mrs Clyde Park entertained at dinner on Sunday, Mr and Mrs Will Turner, Mrs Flora Crow, Mrs Mary Campbell and Mrs Minnie Freeman all of LaG range; Mrs Campbell will visit at the Park home for several days. Mr and Mrs Jay Hart Mr and Mrs A. B. Smith a.nd Mrs Minerva Smith went by automobile, Sunday, to visit at the home of Claude Pierce in Chatham. Columbia .Mr and Mrs John Snell. accom-i panied by Mr and Mrs Miller cox of Elyria, motored to (Cleveland Sunday to the home ff Mr Frank Mills and from there to Brecksville. Mrs Lora Bastard had a meeting at her home, Thursday evening of the teachers and officers of the Baptist Sunday school. Mr and Mrs Leori Ryan will return to Philadelphia. Walter Shaefer has been in Indiana to visit her grandmother and other relatives. Miss Belle Bliss of Cleveland is spending a week with Mrs James jRundle. I Mr Richard Putt and Mr Azor Osborn returned from Detroit and other points last week. While they attended the national enjcampment of the G. A. R. John Longbon, Jr.. and Harry Davis returned Monday from a trip to Niagara Falls. Miss Rose Beasel has been ill at S. G. Cole's for about a week on account of an accident. Mr and Mrs Robt. Stephenshave been entertaining friends for a week Their guests were Mr and Mrs John Evans and Gale and Russell Evans of Lorain; Mr and Mrs Harry W. Renouf and Master James Renouf of California; Mr J. Elmer Evans of Pittsburgh; Mr and Mrs John Hennie and daughter Maude of Cleveland and Mrs Emma Alway of Canada. The death of A. B. Akins occurred at his home in Berea last Monday morning. He spent many years of his life on his farm here. He has been in poor health for some time but the death of his two sons in a railroad accident at Berea little over a year ago, hastened his death. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son in California and one in Berea, and two daughters. Democrat Is a year. BUSINESS COLLEGE COMPLETE The New Building for the Oberlin Business College is completed, and everything is now ready for the opening of the Fall Term, September 8th, 1914. This school has made wonderful progress during the past few years and is now In a stronger position than ever before. Its beautiful rooms and equipment are not surpassed throughout the entire country. Young people who go to Oberlin for business training have very unusual advantages. Wert Ridre Mr C. A. Brown is again ill from bronchial trouble. Mrs Lydia Sutliff who injured her foot two weeks ago, is again able to be around, and accompanied by Mrs Kieth, she went to Grafton on Thursday to visit Mrs Clarence Beardsley. Mrs Edith Fleming and children of Lorain are visiting Mrs Fleming's mother, Mrs Thos. ler, for a few days. Elba Joy of Elyria was a guest of his, cousin, Mrs Fred Simms, and family on Sunday. mMrs Richards and Floyd of Lorain are visiting the former's parents, Mr and Mrs H. Bailing. Miss Elizabeth Miller entered upon the junior year's work in the Eyria high school last Tuesday. The Ladies' Aid will be entertained at. the home of Mrs Geo. Dicker ,6n Wednesday evening, Sept. 23rd. Each lady is requested to bring her husband and to contribute toward the refreshments. Attend and enjoy a social time. Mr and Mrs Cobb of Oberlin were guests ot Mrs Lucy Miller on Sunday. M.r Thos. Fesler was in Brown-helm on Saturday and Sunday to visit his brother-in-law, Mr Moulder, who is very ill. Mrs Chas. Ftnvl was in Ashtabula on Monday and Tuesday. The grange will have a corn roast at the home of Mr L. A. Farr on Friday evening. Everyone is cordially Invited to attend. North Ridireville .Mil's Mofch has purchased u Ford roadster. F. G. Root has a Ford car. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hird of Cleve land were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lafrinier on Sunday. Mis. Harriett Gregg entertained Mrs. H., Moore of Cleveland for the week-end. Misses Lula Chambers and Marjorie Emmons have .gone to Oberlin, where they wll contnue their I studies in the college. i Mr. and Mis. Win. Roth arid children of Columbia spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Roth, guest of her brother, Dr. i. N. Oakes, and wife. Miss Tillie Zeigman and Olive and Oliver Ziegman were week-end guests of friends at Gates Mills. Mrs. Sarah Smith of Cleveland spent Sunday with her Miss Nettie Terreell. Miss Gertrude Kennedy visited her sister, Mrs. L. J. Thorp of Mayfield Wednesday. Mrs. Thorp is greatly improved "in health. Miss Flora Maddock of Cleveland was the guest of her mother Sunday. Mr. and A. C. Newton of Cleveland visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Eminons on Thursday. Mrs. F. R. Haven attended the funeral of her cousin Noble cott of Elyria, Saturday afternoon. Mr. Erwin Terrell has returned to his home in Blair, Neb., after spending several days with his sister, Miss Nettie Terrell. Master Fred Facey of Cleveland spent last week with Dr. and .Mrs. P. L. Morgan. Miss Mary Schmitz will enter Charity hospital in Cleveland to receive training to become a nurse. Mrs. A. M. Benjamin and Miss An na Benjamin attended the Medina fair Wednesday. Theodore Dieterich is in Memorial hospital as a result of an accident while on his way to work In trying to prevent an accident or collision with another motorcycle, his toes were caught in the chain of the other motorcycle and torn off. He was hurried to the hospital, where he was given the proper care, and is improving. Two auto accidents occurred in town Sunday. The car in which Carey Welch and Glen Stetz of Polk were driving was upset when they turned out to pass some on the road. Both were quite seriously hurt and were taken to Memorial hospital. The second accident happened Mr. and Mrs. Lesure of Cleveland, in their automobile, ran into a telephone pole, The pole was broken and the occupants of the car hurt about the head and hands, but not. so ly but that they were able to continue on their way. Mrs. J. D. Lickerish was very seriously injured Wednesday noon, when the limited car on the electric line struck her carriage as she was driving across the track to go to the Congregational church sheds. She was thrown about twenty feet She was carried to Dr. Oakes in an unconscious condition, and later taken to Memorial hospital. Her back and head were hurt and it was feared she had sustained internal injuries. The horse was not hurt but the buggy was demolished. Mrs Lickerish had driven out. from Elyria to help entertain the ladies' society and was to put her horse in the sheds before going to Mrs Emmons' home for luncheon. Avon The Y. M. C. A. of this place has been closed through the summer but will re-open next Saturday night Mr. Harry Birdsall of Nile is vis iting at the home of Jasper Henson. Mr and Mrs Murrow Schwi'nn and son of Cleveland spent Sunday at the home of Will Peak. Mrs Shirley Thompson and children of Lakewood have been spending a week at the home of Mr EdThompson. Miss Fern Bryan and Mr Robt. Bryan of Lorain, are the guests of Mrs Geo. Thompson. Mrs Farmer has come from Florida to visit her son, Mr Arthur Wells. Mr and Mrs Joe De Russy spent two days of last week in Cleveland Mr and Mrs Geo. Buck spent Sunday near Norwalk. Mr and Mrs Geo. Pickering and Miss Margaret Hoffman were at West Park last Sunday. Mrs. W. M. James of Rocky River is spending a couple of weeks with her parents. Mr James spent the week end there. Prof. Shaw, who ham, been holding evangelistic .meetings at the M. E. church for two weeks has returned to his home in Indiana. Miss Hattie Cahoon gave a dinner last Sunday evening to out of town relatives. Covers were laid for abotlf Mr Wafden arid his sister, Mrs Reeves, of Lorain, have been visiting their nephew in Danville. Miss Ni-na. Warden; of Cleveland, is spending some time with her mother. Some of came to attend the Cahooji reunion Mr and Mrs Newton of enridge, Mien.; Mr and Mrs Elbert Cahoon and son Newton, Waterville, la.; Mr and Mrs Johir Neosha Falls, -and Mrs Ralph Blackwell, Wa'ukon Junction, la.; Mr Henry BlackweU, Gladstone, Mich.; Mr Frank Blackwell, Texas; Levi Cahoon and sons, Wilbur and Paul of Baraboo, Wis.; Mrs Hulda Nesbltt of the same place; Mr Theodore Snow, Ft. Collins, Col.; Mr and Mrs Bert Jameson, Burton, N. Y. Mrs Henry Miller of Vermilion and her daughter, Mrs Richard Mills of Lorain, spent Sunday with Mrs j Jacob Mohr and Mrs Nick Casper. Brighton W. L. Ljimereuux and fii and Mrs Bertha Jumeauti daughter Esther attended the l.aiiiereaux reunion at Norwalk, Monday, Sept. 7th. Rev and Mrs F. S. McCauley vtsited the latter's brother in Cleveland, Thursday. Miss Ruth Barber of Wellington, was a guest at the home of J.. Hosier, Wednesday and Thursday. Raiph Rowell of Blyria spent Last week at the home of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs D. F. Seeley.. Mr and Mrs Don Burge attended the funeral of Grant Campbell ins Pittsfield, Tuesday. Mrs L. Smith o.f Cleveland the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs Mary Peasley, last week. Mrs Carrie Gill attended a meeting of the "Old Girls' Club" at the home of Mrs Lena Carter to Pittsfield on Saturday. Miss Mamie Johns left Monday for Columbus to resume her work in Ohio State University. Mrs. Kate Veltrie entertained her sister, Mrs McCrady, of Kipton a few days last week. Mr Loren Cunningham of Cleveland has moved into Mrs Edwards' house west of the Center. Mrs Ross and Mrs Kellar of Wakeman and Mrs Hayes and two children of Columbus called at thehome of Clair Goss on Friday. Mr and Mrs Geo. W. Greene and Mr and Mrs Clement Greene at the homes of Carroll LovelandL in Lorain and Mrs Sarah Life in. Oberlin, Sunday. The Ladies' Aid Society of the? M. E. church held a business meeting, Tuesday afternoon, and elected the following officers for the coming year: Ethel Jordan, president; Ona Goss, vice president; Etha Burge secretary, and Christina: Burge, treasurer. The library fund of Brighton High School needs replenishing aa soon as possible, so it has been, decided to hold a pie social at the school this Friday evening. It is. hoped everyone will consider this, a personal invitation and try to make it a financial as well as a social success. Miss Alice Hart passed away at Memorial hospital, Sunday Sept. l.'Jth, after many months of suffering from cancer. About threeweeks ago she was taken to Elyria with the vain hope that she might be benefitted. She leaves an agedfather, two sisters and many friends to mourn her death. Her father, whose constant companion was, has the heartfelt sympathy of everyone in his great affliction. The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon from the Congregational church of which she has been a faithful and consistent member for many years. Those interested in Brighton: High School have a splendid opportunity to assist the teachers and pupils to obtain a lecture course Tree. The Ohio Lyceum Bureau, with headquarters in Ashland has offered a lecture course free to the town that will sell the largest per cent, of season tickets in ratio to its population. The proceeds are to be turned into the library fund of the winning school. The people of Brighton and vicinity have always responded very heartly to any lecture course and. it seems very promising for the high school's prospects in winning: the contest. The program is as follows: Jubilee Singers, October 20th; Geo. P. Bible, November Frank Hartman, December Morphets, January 6th, 1915; D. L. Fitzpatrick, February 12th, 1 01 Of these numbers, two, Bible and. Fitspatrick, need no The first number, Carter's Original Carolinian Jubilee Singers, is very highly recommended by the press in towns where they have appeared. The -third Frank Hartman, has a splendid list of subjects and he has spared no? money or effort in fitting himself for the platform. He is very highly recommended and his lecture will' undoubtedly prove satisfactory. Thefourth number, the Morphets, is. equally well recommended as masters of magic, melody and mirthTheir number cannot help but a pleasing one and one that will be a favorite in its class. The teach-ers are well pleased with the program and are very anxious to add to the library fund, in order to purchase much needed apparatus Brighton has a right to point with pride to her school. Its graduates are "making after leaving and entering the business world or becoming associated with other edu cational institutions. It is hoped the people of this vicinity will respond heartily to the requests of teachers and pupils in purchasing season ..tickets, and that Brighton schools "may carry away the laurelsin the contest. The prices for Season tick.ets.vare as follows: children, 50 cents; single adults 25 and children 15cents. itli HantiVfton Mrs Frank Higgin of Elyria visijted her Mrs Homer Holland' and family a few days this week. Mr Chas. Bush and family of Elyria spent Sunday in Huntington. Mr David Hull spent a couple? of days in Elyria the past weekMr Andrews was in Elyria on business one day this week. School opened at trie -Center last. Tuesday, with Mr Alien of Wellington in charge. Mrs Sweet, one of the has rented rooms from Florence Al len. NOTION OF REMOVAL WKBBKR WEBBER, Attornevs-at-Law, announce that after October they will be located in their new offices Jn Elyria Block, Kljria, Ohio.   

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