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The Medina Register. (Medina, N.Y.) 1877-1931, April 27, 1911, Image 2

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mm mmmm^mmmmm mm The Medina Register. Entered in the po»tofllc(j at Medina, % ¥.,a»second<clft8%mall matter, W 4 Mrt, ittehBraivAijrwtnB attended the tollehairi wedding 1 held m Rochester ( Apr«U9.th, '•••••••. •, '« . < Mr*. Walter Werest Da* been ;wjtb Tier pairsntB the Pafit week on; Wouhfc of th>Wr'iori* lltnesa oflier; father, Mr, jSendefBhbt. The. Mrs, Wellington «nd Itoy ;jCti|w>ePI>,iipei^ over. Sunday wltb> felo3tv«irin West Shelby, Ered, GfayV.ppbple are enjoying. . ihol* now Fattorsoh autoihPblle, •M.1«B Ethel Howlett spent- a tow day* with friends in Medina and #ld<Jloport last woek. • . Mrs, |itm«* JiO»a« was In Buffalo Tuesday tot. Sir. and Mrs, Taylor of Bnrro were the gueilts of Mr, and Mrs, Sander- son, over Sunday, Harold Wllbrt of WebaterHvas the guegt 6t Blnnley'Miller last week, JEDDO. Mr .and «M, Will 0. Batoji and Mru. Emory ' Brlteaman were In Medina Monday attending tholr cbuaih's birthday party. M«, A, K. Smith returned noma from nooliestbr on Friday seeming to Xeol nulte »rowt after hor long, illness, but sometime during Sunday night or Monday morning she was stricken with paralysis on tho loft efde and her granddaughter^ Mrs. Jacobs, was summoned to her Bodsldp Mr.' anil Mrs, Ortn Butts ot Medina wora calling on friends In Jeddo Sun- day.. Wo are glad to Know that Mrs, Wil- liam. Bird la still Improving after her severe -lllinjM. ... Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Alton Cooper an » pound girl, April'24th. Mrp. LlMlo Brood sle caring for moth- er and daughter who nro roporlod to lio doing well. Bert Evan* ifl back at Iifa old stand after a week's vacation. Mr. Wnterbury has IilB.naw homo In Jeddo nearly completed. Mr, and Mrs. towis Hoag woro out Joy riding Monday after which- Mr*. Hoag called on the alck In Jeddo. KKOWLK8VI1.1.E, Mm. Josale MoaiUeyray entertain- ed at her homo Inst Saturday her uncle and aunts, Mr, and Mr*. William (la»e, Mr. and Mm. II. H. Holt of Albion and Mr, nnd MrB, John weld 6f aiodlii,u Mrs, MbOlllovrey Is Boon to T«tum to Newark. N, J„ to remain unUl July when alio -will return to the homo farm accompanied by her aunt, • Mm, fJortrwdq dage, tor their vaca- tion* .Georgo Stevens nnd ion, Henry, of Iluffalo wore gucata of Mr. tfnd Mm. John Sloven* over Sunday. Mill Abbio Clnrk hai broken up her liomo In Knowle*vlllo where she haa Won a rosldon> for many years, nn«l gone to live with her brother, atavon Clark, and -wife in Niagara Counl.y Rev. K, l>. Marvin of koekport occm pt«*l tho Presbyterian pulpit toil Sun- day morning; », Frost, late of Bath, haa accented th* call Id thin pnstorato and will take chswge In Juno. Tho Presbyterian m«aie' l» undergoing repair* for tho hew occupant*. Mr, Dow Jlltcltcpck appear* on our straets with, ». bonutlfnl hran new two ttm.UA auto. Wo can toll wore about It* good point* alter wo have enjoyed n rtdo In It, Franklin 'WhUwelt iport* a bran new lop carriage which wo wouldn't refute n ride in. Mm. Carrie 1'ratt wn* Iho lucky winner ot tho Bermuda trip in thl» dlatrlct, A, nuWber of Mm. l.ucy Kllner'a friend* horo hftvo received Invltalloni 16 the graduating oxorclica for the cl&sa of trained nunei ot which *ho l» « member In Buffalo, . MH-LEltB, The MIM*8 Maria and Mftrghorlte Kelly Bponb Salnrdny nlgbt mid Sun- day vtfitiniJ triortdn nt Bnrkor. Mr, anil Mrt, John Fermoll 6t Lyn- domlllo were tho guoda ot Mr. mid Mra. John Kolly Sunday; N. 0 .Maion apeUt one day' last we«k In nochostor. aim, t, CI. Kcnyun wont to X.ockport ISrtday. • Ml»« 6a Nolllut ot Barker It stay Ingr a fow daya with Mlia Christine Kemyon,* Mill Therein Mjihar called .on Mrt. John Kolly ono day laat week, MX*. Frank Bhopftrd roUmiod home ' front Medina Whoro eho haa been the paait •Weak «*MnS tor Jtrit Weed-, «hc hit* boon quite nick. JLOO Tripp wont t o Lyndonvlllo Prl* day night. Mlaa Clrtrs Botu entertained com- pany from Barker Friday. Ht, mi Mi* Htta Jonoi enterialned cbmpany from Jeddo. Cannon Bond nnd Uko Road Sunday. Homer Wabbnnd children of Medina; called qn Mr. and Mrs. Jeaa Wdbb tin Sunday evening, • Md nnd Mrs, August Moltmtl were the iuoBla ot Mf. Albert Molnhd nild family Sunday, . MIBB Iva Wolili ot Buttnlo spent Sunday With hot parents, Mr, and Mrs. Joss Webb. Miss Adeline Pnyno entertained coiiipany from Iiynddnvlllo nnd Cotittly Ulne Sunday, Prod Thlole and fiimlly ot the talce Road woro the guests ot Mr, Ana Mrs, Carl Krattclilok-Sunday. Mrs. H, S. Pnyno Bpont Tttijaday with Mr,, and Mrs, Dur Konypn,\ - Rumor has It that Mlllora HCCJB a night watohinan, * CharioB Codk and family of Modttia were tlio guostB ot Mr, and Mrs. George BossegUla Sunday. Mr, attd Mrs, August Thiol and family I'ivWfd.tho ghosts of Ifr and -Mr*' Herman Abollng' Of tlie- liake Road Siinuay. | •'/> ' I MIBS Ollva Hobbins of Barker BPent Sunday with hof patents, Mr, ana Mrs. LoBttr Bobbins. * Tho weather diirlng tho past few days haS boon qtiito spring -like, FLETrCHiEli CHAPEU, 13(6 liidies ot'tlie Sunshine Olrele -wllif .hold tt'..pie? Social at tho ohUreh- ; Erlday evening', >lay Bth ( f i' • .Mr, ahd *3»irB, Charles AVllsbli are rebelvlng oOngi'niulatl&na over ith6 arrival of a twolv6 pound boy, J^ Chefe wlU bo nuaxteflsunioetffig at the chnroh Sunday. Dr, AVllllama ilVill preach nt 2 rd'olock. *- ' • Mr. and MWf A, E. MUpdloh were tho gnosis 61 her brother, Ernest Bentleynna family of Medina, Satur- day. , •* The Suhahtfio Circle Hiet with Mrs, Bewge MundXon Thtirsdtiy, .., E*eU WllBbii of Medlni will move •on his brother, It M; Wilson's farm: tliiS .ntojrth. •\ • ' , \ •,..\• , •• -I . '• ; .' ! '';Mipp.LEPORTi,. .. - Mir,, and Mjtsi John T. Saie'of RooV oster ivvere the luefeti of MA Mary* • CatttAwM'-Joim.SensSn ovs* Simdsy, .•BOM >tr(. and Mrs, Jamei\Cra- .'nifeif SiWliyj April 2Sj #8.p6'Und:g'trl. :, Mrs, Wwifkflail is. jtoriouBiy in at her Botte >j6ii»3!ark..Awnue» : . •• ,'Mro,',fi-ahk jSHti, .Mp hns :been wlth'.;hO!'r incithOf at; Bataivla for a aibnthj ba» ; *ettirnea h6me, . . Mr,;.agd':Mrs, ^illfajn : Bates 'tore called ;t'o, Koohepor: on Monday by thevB6riotwllW8H.6f thelrsson, -Fiahk, Mr, and' Mrs.'Elglo J„ Jiewla ih(ive returned from their Sojourn, in Cali- fornia. ,. • , Mr*. BUa Taylor tfennott, who has boon at sotitm, Mfch.^for the »»t few week*; returned Monday and nas I<ft for (jgdensburg, where sho will produce a show on May 6th, Born, to Mh andMr*. Elton B. Cooper of tho Stone Bead,, north of Mlddloport, ah S pound girl on Mon- day, \?'* h\nw Sfcrrltt imfl family are the guests of Mr. and Mw-A.J, epmotock Mr, Sterritt ojtpeeta to move to Ohio in a sbort Hme, ; . Charles White jmo leased tho house owned by .John NOVHIB on South Yorjmn Streok , Mis* Mary Hanloy Of Buffalo Bpent Siiiiday with MUg Margaret Hahimond Mr». Kato Habbeoker pt Buffalo was the guest of Miss. Alma Swain ovor Siihdny. \ * • Miss PJora Sheldon loft tow. sun- day for oiiiplhnntuB to resume her Bohpol duties, Jnmes Kemmdy was.taken - tojtho Rochester' hospital pn Sunday 1 for an oporAtioit for appendicitis, Dr Elt Olark, who has been Visiting {fee the- Pn« three mbntli'i In Ooprgja rjotufhed'home last Saturday. , John Jfevllls of Moftsvllle *n» In tWn la*tr;rpek looking aftor his .jpjrop.ojty; . A • * 8HP1.BY CEN'f ER, Mrs. TJhoqNilore Stafford was: in But-, fnlo a f air days tail wa,e)t, Mr, and Mrs* B. A, ifentley and son James of Medina spent last Sundaji with Mr, and Mra. Ginud \Bentloy Albert Smith was, on the sick Hat ™ Mr. and Mrs. Edward fones ylslted his hrbthef ahd family in Akron hint Sunday. . ' Tho LadloB' Aid Soolpty was hold Wodrtosday nfternon with Mrs, aeOrge, snoir~ . Mr.-nnd Mrs. John Roberta of East SholbV- called on hor parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Comstobk, last Sunday, Mr, ah4 Mra. Prank Handy Bpent last Sunday In Bpchostor. with their son, Roy Htmdy. Mr, and Mrs, Porter Stocking of MIHvIUb callod oh Jrtrs. fcoulss \Snn^ dorson und pther ifrlehda hero last Sunday. Wnrron Booram and John Culver spoilt Monday in Buftalb, Mr, nnd Mrs, Myron Coroy have rottimed homo artor spending the WlnWr with tholr ion, Elmer Coroy. | Mr. and Mrs. John Dillon and children ot Mlddloport spent Inst Sun- day with his brother, CharioB Billon and family, « Mr?. George. Itouolio and Mrs, TX. Sounder* spent last Thursday In Buffalo. Mr. and Mr* Floyd Sullivan of Lyn- (lonvllle woro gnoats of het; mother, Mm, Ackorson. last Sundnyr- MILLVILLE, \•»' The iJidloa' Aid Sbeloty will hold tlijlr regular montlily meeting In tho ohurch parlors on Thursday, May 4, Mrs, Hnrry Martin*! dlvlilort sorvo suppor. Two Larkln Soap C.luhs ot ton each woro orgnnUod at Mr* 8. I>. HawoU'a hut Saturday afternoon. Mr* 0, J. Trow and Mr*. Stanley Pago .vjoro named as socrbtnrlo* Mrtt. Ora Lee, Jr., haa boon very ilck with gastritis, Dr. Waters nttomlH her, Mda Boyle ha* n Ilnlnoa Bros, piano on trial. • Elhm Tliomn* and wire loft Satur- day evening for a two months' visit with relatives In California, W, A, Bontley and wife spent Sun- day with his mother, Mr* Sklnnor of l>tno Hill. 1'rlvate service! woro held nt the Mlllvllio chapel lait Thursday after- noon for tho Infant son ot Mr. and Mr* J, fi, Wtiltakor of Burfalo. they have thai sympathy of tholr many friends nt tht* piaco. Harry Fountain lias boon having tho la grippe. William Winters, wife and daughter Florence visited at William CaldwelV last Tuesday, Mrs. Harry Martin visited her par- ents, Mr, and Mrs, Charles Church, Monday. Mrs. Nclllo Poison of Albion visit- ed hor ohlidreri over Sunday, Friend* from thlf jilace nttondtd tho funeWl/'offMr* Susanna, Lnsner Which was UoM from the homo ot lior daughter, Mr*' Joioph Pariah of Bast Sholby, smky at 2 p, m. Interment ntMIHvllfc, Tlio <OLIi Sonil-AuniUKt Sl»<w»»=n>iit of tin, Moillim H»»|n«:« jjiil K-paii AlsoolatXnii, WOT m** mm G rea t Contest Closed h Exciting Fini •Dr. Seorge U- Ppjatlaii, one of I ' pT&^lsfeT'^rt Nearly Two and a Half Million Votes- Cast agod 44 year* • - ,, Bond, aformbfBarre, fairoer.^dledat *Ul lUC TailUUS VaUUlUalCS. Tho tdy e wts na b%Vf^ibionr flDNDEEPS AD»DBD TO REGISTER'S SOBSCRIPTION LIST, burial. Fire in the basemeat of the> Sigma Nu fraternity house, Cornell \Cnlvor- slty, .caused 12,'OOP; a^inngo, The flames did not •.reach: tlio sleeping apawimehts on the second floor; Sheriff Kejiyos. and. hlu aepulliB were called; from -AJMon to Eagle HraborbaSftturdaytbt «.ul«ta Kahgof cMal laborers who wore claanprlng for thblp pay, The trouble w*iR »d- justed- ... - •• i- ' ' Plans have been attoptod whorolf a, oahvaBB will be made i t o»cb for funds with which tb Unllii ana oiwlp ti hospital in too Tonawnndas. (for, mor Senator MnokehsEti) ;iin« bpen ntttdp president of the aejoglatiBn.. Miss: A. Mahol Wftoex of- iergon ftnd Bansom & Pago of DulaySa -wore united in rilarrlage Sattiirilny -evoiiliig at the home of the brMe'j.parentl Mrs, debrge E, PaxislvPf Bofgon died In th& ftocheBte|c IlijSpItal Init Saturday evoiUhg. John R. DavlB, one> o( flrockport's pldost bhsineoB men, Jinvlng condii.ot- od a grocery Blnco 1871, died oh S»t- urdny from heart falliiro, stged 6T yoars. For more than a quarter ot a contiiry lie had sory«id tonttnuoply as v'ijjago treasurer, \being annually OleOtbd without opppaijlon, 3He» was also at one tinio postmsiitet. THE WINNERS DISTRICT NO. 1 Miss Mnrgaret Moriarty, Medina,...., ..... . . 'Mrt' B, J.-J©»mrriing* Ghapefpne ' ' • ;:©^Ri<l1r'iNO.. % - ; Mrs- Carrie Pscatt, Kj»pwl!eiville, ; .,i.t,,t.i....- »..,,„ • • - '•. _ , ' ^ISTRJ0T;^0.'» ; : ./ Muaj Grace; Kej'tz, Shelby B?sSn,..,\-V.« 634.985 j.,,,,.,!?!;^!: .„„„.-,a7.04a **i«/r ST SHELBY. Mis* ^l«/l MhBton, who has boon spending hof Baster vacation with Mr. mill Mr* Ol K. Doranty, returned to hor homo |n| Buffalo Friday. Mr* flt. W- Churchill of RldgoWay spont Sunday at J, 0, Wnlker's. Miss Mnypancer ot Buffalo is visit- ing her sister, Mr* Glon Hoyer, Mr. and Mrs, Klnny and son of hookport spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Mr. nnd Mr*. William Winters. A. H. Polar and family spent Sun- day with Mf. and Mrs, Parke Davis of Medina, Alfred Hammond of East Shelby was calling on frIOnds Sunday. »» 00611 and Allle Wright of hyndon- vll(p spent Sunday with their parents, Mr, attd Mr* Ward Wright, Tha Ladles' Aid meet Wednesday at tho homo of Katie Fink. Mr. and Mr*. Fchn Wnlkor spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrt, Edgar Freeman ot Aliddleport, .OUT OK THE Q1NQER JAR. it la a. poor rule that won't wofk always. What la it that works Avhllo we sleep? Tcftst The avdrage tax coil&etor doesn't ride In a tMl-cnb. Extremes 1 iheot when the kitten plays with Its tail. • it Is getting JMtfy hard to tell ono Ho from another. You will never reach tho right place bn the wrong road, Tlio hnrlom skirt la a harum-scarum rlfrtp.say tho least of It JfTPtt nro on the down-hill lino mnKoj haste to get a transfer. Mat not a marriage ceremony be JiiSto .callml a trhnshbtlon in bonds? Sfpo husbahds fear the wife's ho, nuirabmatttana in awe other know. The horsO ( t!fi,known by its years, but -thoi mulo is better known by its oar* Sail-will'keep moat, but it requires \staid\ to keop a good rosolutlon. pntortunntoly in n good ninhy ori\ ohar,ils the trees aro khown by their sciiloS. . • Auto, moms to go ftlone. thorotor a rollno -tlia\ prowls tii the dark IS, an nutoent., , Tltb only kind ot mining that is.sure to prbduco; aMffifactbry resulta « kal- sbiillnlng.- •> • aopreally It. Is nil right to take itlonentlly It is nil right tb take pug to toko a goat that wily, it Is natural that an bxpeqtnnt Who has Boon Cutoff W a will shouldsuffer frdm a lack bt\wlll power. It giveH UB a Jolt to find that tixe leading oltlson is hungry three times ft day.and that he, snores In his Bleep, Trying, to quiet a frettlnf h>by,jii * ; httrd task, but trying ; to ilulet, fih: hpoiiBlng coHseienoe is a/hnrd,er ojie, A great mahS' gatOB hrb needed oh the' farm, Thete's th'$ :propogatb,' the tuntlga'te, tlio Irrigate, this, autijugate, the big gatb and the little gate, and others that antgbt be tnohtloh'odi— Mo* Farm JoUrhah ' ' i,U5»mA, rr, x , Aprit so. ulv -, mim*. t'lriij. MorlKSgo 1*11114..- *!l»,»j go limit Rstilio... .' I...- » WOO Kxeeiisua: , . , . Bdlnry i f Boer'y nml A6St»,..W0 m Itoiitoilmico W«S Stnttoniry,UrtutiiiK. K10,... »0«4 CMlloihlniKl In Dunk «!«t!|l) 08 cncni-r. Cii|iUul[l)li,>l.nliiUllvlll^ni!ii»illlf>l>lia',aiia SuruW Nov. J, l»U ..« T4 m 4S m,in m Ilcilstry Fuoa.. I.OS-H nivlileiiil N», «••-. * ... aits *1I,»I101 I . ...MJSOk ' r.Ns.tit ca Netl'mOtslKiiriiliiRiilix* K« _ an 8iHm-*inftir«ii «c ftjites^ » K4 « «< \ ssa. lai •-•78 143 K!J xa oio %B net :a.i SIB *T* it 11 sw. „ M ,» „ ,, ,. » *i i> *' ,1 „ . i . 11 >, ,. >• 1, ,, *, \ » » ,* 11 -ttt >i m. i' an •\ ar . » aw. > '! *•* '' *•». »- *t\ !1 -S ** • - 11 ** , 1' «». \ *«• A SrA-rEOtKBWVOUICJ,,, OIU.R*!<»foiiKtr. .* , „ . Wro.U, I.«e. I'wiMtat asillIitryV. W'et- ton, SecMtury, ot.Hm Mralira S«.»lnsi, »p«l Loan Asiielhllon, liolnnJiilymroim IMII for Wmnoir, says Hml tlio tuftiolnje l» • '\><> -\'\\ i°aw r ItAHUVK. VtSWOS, Sccrolnry. •mtement,ot tlio fi>Mllt««n ft ih« Mil A«- MCiatten, on tin Wtli.u»y q ,i\rw-51,1>\ «> tlio bo»l of hl» UndWlodea nil 1 {mltof. UAMU. jMl'heKidoill, SovcmllifMliMrjbea atiil (wora toltoforo c Mury fulijlc. MKDIifA, NT. V,,'Aplrtt SO, 1(11. moihuaithday _. Anrtl- IHI>,.___, OEOli'JK AIISHTEMH \--•^- I'ulllo, Tlio Medina Register's Great To.ur •<!,onteBt l a flyer. • , '•• No sufcurban handicap race pvar at- inwti)d a larger interest at the flnish. Sphlpiri hasi »: hattle pf bdllots in a lijo ywtufe ever produced, such a speol&ular ending, • - • Tlio best vbtefeetter In the three districts won out On her merit. • • TliO foUr ybung -yiromeh represent- ing the throe district* nro to be con- gratulated; Tho Mpdlna Register is, also t o he congratulated, upon a fine addition *q tholr circulation list, Hun- droils o t people in New York are like- wise to he consratulatod. They have prliitod In tills seotlpn of the state, Dooomb xeadora of tho best paper and they will llkb l b THE CLOSING HOURS, 'tho climax of the ontlro content wns reached Saturday nlgbt In a hack and neck Msn, when the different cnndldato* In all- thb. dlatrlcta finally summed up the hard work, and faith- ful offort Of the past weeks with their total ot subscriptions and, consounent volos. During' tlio day the Tour Man- ager and- his assistant* woro kept luisy making out receipts and vote coupon* for the anxlbu* contestants, ^ho afternoon mails brought in their quota ot subscription* Personal rep- resentatives from other \candidate* -woro presont during the Afternoon and evening to look aftor tholr in- terest* and it was a rather dlfllcu.lt Job to keep track of tho money, not tp mention, tho coupons, of most value to the contestant* At time* our regu- lar office force waa prca*ott into requ- isition to facilitate tho work. Howovor, thoro was not ono Incident tp mar tho harmony nnd gond natured rivalry of the cpntest, tho wlnnora received the congratulations pf their lets' fortunate opponents who found no cauao for tltantlBftWtlOtt in their dofeat, Tho contest was hbsolutoy on tho iipjaro nii'd nbovo bpard, m every ponon in- terested therein renllie* During the oveiilnK tho ofBco wn» fltlod with con- tcBtnnt» and thoir friends turning In their final otrorin and eager to learn at (Inst hand the outcome. Promptly at 8:30 the ballot box was turned over to Iho, Judge* Messrs. H, F. Wolton, J, T. Symes, Frank J. Kearney, M. A. Post, nnd 0, J. Brennan, who made the final count and announced the result* The announcement of th'o winners Wo li»« Hits any MittfrtiieiUlift aooiullli* „!K>kil und vouchor* of ttw >ltdla*,HttYlngx mill Ijinn Anodntlcm anil find tho iinue correct anil la KKOWIKMII with tlio stave .latemoot. M JM n*VM, ' WW. «.II0WUKV ; KHWri!. UltOOK, Uorouiltlco. ScrlfS ai Itiui mntur«l mill hecxt pnlil off since last report. ,-cvt-^ From tho list nrotlM ot Hi* lull six month! tha muni tHrfdinil will In il«- elnrad. A now icrlM of ilinrti wilt he limtd Monday ovonlng, Mny lit, it. tho OUr Hi.ll, nnd 011 account at lliir ea:tra work bnnlneis lioufriwill bjfrjilil 5 to O n'dldok. , u ; ?0W**h»t rJiffsrinb JWy:nnme,l!;sWa,th» ; grea1E;tralculan, \has »dbrn;P)toany biilbbnrds.\ \ • ^AM #hie;\ rpJ6inop\ the low bome- Ilan,, \hi»;iiabjsed many board bill*\ ^hlCf go:.^|Jr*_\ .-:• :M|j.nne^,cirry t'hbirprta for the mo- «enr, ?H*»0t«r fbr all jt|in*-Aicott; eopvJii, A DELICIOUS BREAWAST may bo mado from « fow of onr tender, juicy IimB chops, port chops and tender- stcits. Start the day rlijht, vritn nntrltloas meats, and strength, cneiriJy and health will he the result. We tell fresh, {Jood meals only, and at (ale prices. Kellogg&StafforA'sAd. Four houses in tt fowl Of 12,000 in- habitants, will be sold nlhgty or alt together to suit purchaser or will 6k- ohango for property at er near Me- dina. GrocOr'y store consisting ot a 3 stPry Brick Block flVo suits Hying roorfiB with All nitidiitii improve- ments, natural gas in ovofy room; also the Btook of sroeOrles. Very easy terms. Enquirer-fttout this, To find a homijr Sob Iteliogg & Stafford. They have dwsilines In wis' location at reasonable llrlcbsv Call* andgptoUr complete list, « NO; 147—8 Rooraea TloSv hionso on East Center with 4xtO rod lot Has tnrnacb, Bewor, city Mter, cement collnr, gopd cistern', hotgnd cold ^yatbr .aUd bath, . Price very Iwy as owh'br- WlBhes to OlOBb this BXrJHT Out. Kb. 103—S acres In villjgewath good hoUse*and bam, sewer anil city wiiter. 2$he&rlilg apple trees,, &ice xlgtajt. \NQ,\GC—-New 8 Boonitiil hdiuso on •Eftst A.vbnue, lot. 66x132, Ceineilt col- lar, hot and cold waicv, turiiaeo ana bath, New harp 20x30, Price rlgl'it>; easy terms; ' • NO. fid—& Roomed awolllhg on Fm-k AVehue, 00X186 l&t, lfufnaco, bath, eloottle lights, hot aaljl coia water. Qo6d barn. It yoit-aro looking for something good a t a meliorate cost p6e me inimbdiateiy. , Nbi 102—1 Rbotoed lioilso on South Mam streot,, good ceSlitr tad cistern. ..Central 'part bf vlllagS, No- ropalft needed, PrJcO $±100 Willi MOO^ dbwh, No. 133—8 Robmbd; hew houso On South Main Street with nil tniiirbvo- rnehts. 4x8 irod lot. Price $«0. Tei-m's.fSo dowui |4,weekly, Nb. 141—8 Roomed liouiie on Stork .ti Street. 4x8 red lot. Ceniolil b&llar and \ goodiclslern, Prlcb $1,660! ?9SO down. Money »tb Loan, BstMes- aiahdle'a, Rents -Collebted, B.nsanej'j OjppoftunW itles. <., ^^ wns received with great satisfaction, and It Is info t o say that the contest tins been 0110 ot tho most successful from every standpoint ever hold In Western Now York, ' Summary. MISs aiargaret Morarity In District 1 prodaccd the high vote of the contest, winning over hor nearest rival by ovor 200,000, thereby winning for the chaperone. In District 2, Mr* CarrtQ Pratt jit not only hor own trip but also tho ono Knowlesvillo won ovor MIs« Muriel Tuttle ot hyndonville in a whirlwind finish. Both glrfa having a rote that speaks •volume* for tholr great effort. District 3 furnished tho closo de- cisions ot tho great race. Miss Grace Fiertsi of Shelby Bmln winning over her Opponents, Mr«, -Dr. James of Shelby Center, MissJiUllan Grihneli of Mlllvllle and Mr* A. B. Norton ot Alabama by only a small margin. All have a vote which shows groat credit to their energy and .popularity. About the Tour* . Some • Remits, • Thpicpntost was. not conceived aa a money making jchepaepurb and stm ; pie, nor- did It affprdany direct profit over the; exponsieS pins tho cost bt delivering the papery pald.fbr and ad- ded to our clrculatlorj. list. -The In- tention ot The Medina KoglBter was to! extend Its sphero of InQuehce, and in thla respoot it wns^ successful, the increase, in circulation being In thb neighborhood, pf 1,600, Tho contest was conducted, by tho Keystone Circulation Co., of Phila- delphia, which conducts njany such affairs all tho time, The system nsed is thorough In Its every detail, afford- ing the mostcomplotb record of eyery transaction, gua/dlpg against errors and making Impossible any unfair- ness or partiality,' Every contestant got credit for all to which she was entitled, nor received credit for more than her efforts rind substantia! re- suits called for. What the Manaoor 8»y* Medina, N. Y„ April 21,1011 Morotn A Bowen, Publisher Medina Register. Doar Sir—In closing \my work with your circulation campaign through tho voting contest, It affords mo pleaa- nre to say that i n my expcHonca cov- ering many inch evonta, this haa boon a most successful ono from a subscrip- tion pnlnt ot view, slxe of floUl con- sidered. Tho exceedingly large vote cast proves that fact. AA Inoroano ot nearly one thousand to Tho Roghrtor'a already largo circulation must bb Yory pleating to you and It I s hi Uaelt a strong attribute to tho high esteem In which your excellent and up-to-date newspaper Is held by the people of this part of Now York, I cannot but Jfeol that through the ontorprlno wlilch prompted this unique affair, Tho Itcgiator haa been placed In a much stronger position with tholr readers, tholr advertisers and tho gen- oral public Please express my best wlshos to those contestants and their supporters With whom I havo for a few weeks been brought In contact May the winner* onjoy tholr trips to tho full extent, and thoao who lost be concoled wlllt tho khowledgo«tb*t the loss of such a well fought but good natured contest enrriea no disgrace, but that on tho contrary there Is high honor In receiving tho loyal support of so many friends nnd well wisher* Thanking you for the many per- sonal courtesies^, which 1 have receiv- ed at the hands of all tho -very efficient members ot your otHco anil mechan- ical staff, and with'tho beat wiahea for the continued success ot Thb Medina Register and all who aro connected with It, I am Your* very truly n. E. MoDonagh, Manager ot Contest, Representing The Keystone Circula- tion Co., Philadelphia, Pa. DISTRICT NO. 1-Village of Medina . Miss Margaret Morlarty.. Mrs. Francis O'Kcofc..,..., Sirs, Georgo Benson Mlis Margaret Iconlmn.. MlisHorenfio Ives. ... Mils Una l,ftjher„.„„,.,.,. .N,!«s Anna Wvingaton.^ tiMtW*ok's Vote. 471,435 423,824 303,128 804,918 2,003 1,002 1,000 DISTRICT NO. 2 Mr8da.tTloPratt,Kuo\vl«villc.., 40,051 MM MarlolTuttla, liymlohvlltt 82,049 jaifseasiel'olfe^KnswlssvlU&^i™,™ 88,Sgg HII83 Yaledn Beck, .Jeddo 20,o2o MISs Florence MerrlU,.IiyttdonvlI!e.„.. 17,012 MIsSEthcl Itnwlott, Ritlgoway..... 11,027 MlssHaUlcTliaxlcr.Colinty Uno..., c.ooo Mtss'JessIo fluimuer, LyndonVillo........ \ 4,500 Miss Bena Tripp. Millers , 4,50t> Ml8sVcdnTliUmennnn, Yates...« 4,007 MissEIO-OraSohuepny.Watcrport. „. 4,002 -Miss Irene Flsk, LynaonvlUe.^„,„„.... 3,00* DISTRICT NO. 3 tfhi» Wfcck'a Vote. 103,500 8,000 122,000 iop.ooo !Tol*l. ' 031,985 423,224 300,123 204,Si6 2,003 1,003 1,000 W1.051 141,849 Miss GraceFlortz, Shelby Basin.,, Mrs. Dr. James, Shelby Mrs, A. E. Norton, Alabama Center...,, Miss Lillian Srinnoll, Millviile ..... Mrs. Minnie Oliver, Bhelby...., , Mrs. Ralph 0. Bovle, Mlilville.... Mrs.P. Parker, Fletcher Chapel Miss Jean Dowey, West Shelby „,.„ MUsNelllo Maok, Mlddleport „ MrS.H Kolilor, Mlddloport,- Vote of candidates withdrawn 53,048 47,023 5,500 10,04$ 0,009 6,002 5,304 3,000 2.P01 1,00'S 1.770,023 83,noo 39,500 70,300 58,500 20,020 17,012 11,037 5,000 4.500 4,S0i) 4,007 4,002 3,004 87,048 80,528 85,000 74,548 0,009 0,003 5,504 il.OtXT 2,001 1,008 18,201 667,000 !,377,923 j^f\ Arsenate of Lead More of eVer hefbre. «V, S • p ,H, ,nii *»<erl*l will he used this year than We sell Sherwiri-Wllllams* hrind, Fishing Tackle In great variety. AH the latest and all fresh flootlsv Iver Johnson Bicycles Wb hare a jfaod stopt of these whbels out hand hdfy> ttif t&ey are selltBj fast. These are the test tnoWh wlieel* oh the market' td^day, and the models arc imitated fcat not eqnaled oy other manufacturers. KEttOGG 8 STSfFORD ' Room 13 Postdfficb Ttuildihg- „. Medljia Sherwin-Williams Painty and Varnishes lorontsideahdhisldefinishiniJ. We ate headquarters to* .... these celebrated goods. . ' ' ' Syracuse Plows and Harrows • •-•\'' ' - . Sblb agents in 'this; territory for these famous tools. A ' large stock qtt hand at all times. We furnish*GENUINE extras' and repairs. . i ME&INA DRV GOODS CO, | MEDINA DRY ©pODS (JOi M^P^ tmY |OOI)$ ool Bell Phone 307-R iMsU an4 Telephqiie Orders^illr;eceJye Pr^in^i^ttwitiijio.. ICotae |»KbrUft S&A, Black j»aft Viate co.mbiriatlbns are' oije of th* strottajejit mjihio^ tefttbres' .of Spring- Styles In ribbonat We havb tliem i n «i( wifftha ot stripes from hairline* to one-hajf inbh Tvide. , At th*.hpslery counter you. wJu and ja. special /value i n black; hosiery em- ^roidere*. In colors, ajso sqW very new labo ho»lery<with ankle pattern* Qn thes- Second foor wehave-^new jjtjia-of Boparate ^klrU'in: hlack&avy blue, gray and 'wJiite, Sergea, and Sfohnlrs,. Sbyeral inpdela- have the Algh walsit llloe : .which is ohft of the newest festf,Urea.in Skirts. has season. And tie Price, Too, is IWoraUe to All Wash Goods Department is always attractive, nut never hefore it shown quite-the number of jfretty things us it is showing this will This week we mention two new arrivals that we tnink you be interested in seeing. ' One is termed Clover Silk; it is a soft, fluffy silk and cotton fabric* full 27 inches wide, in neat, self-iacquard patterns of pink, old rose, light blue* Alice, reseda, navy, gray, blackr and champagne. Tie other is a mercerized washable Cotton Voile, 27 inches wide, in white, light blue, navy, gray, pink, champagne and black. Both Numbers are 25c a Yard May we have the pleasure of showing them to you? White Wool Dress Goods Dress Goods section haa a very comprehenstvo display of these popu- lar fabric*. 38-Inch JBrllllantlne In plain, striped and figured patterns > 50cyd 38-Inch alt wool cream while batiste* 50c yd 38-lnch cream white aorgea 50c yd BO-Inch cream while Mohnir Suiting with hair line strlpo ot black 75c yd 60-Inch all wool-cream white Storm Serge $1.00 yd BWnch nil wool cream white French Sorgo $UO0yd Reed's Lansdnwne, one ot the most popular and serviceable makes ot dress goods, 42 inches wide, crj»m white , 1.25'yd A Silk Petticoat ' at $1.98 It doesn't seem reasonable docs lit It's so nevertheless. Tttero's only half a doseh flt them and the^colow are old rose and green. Better como early Friday momlng If yon wish one. None on npproval. Special, $1.98 ea Ladies' Corset Cover and Skirt Combinations at 65c and 84c instead of 98c and $1.25 In tnpalltt'lfnderwcar aeatlon nre.a. fow corset cover* and aklrt combina- tions ma.do nf Une barrea mttsltn anil primmed, with flno valenclennea lace Ctjhat are slightly cpuntef^blled •nogular Price 98o an»l|136 Now 65c and 84c Ginghams, 5c a Yard Domestic department offer* you a lot of apron Olnghhmt and teersublter dross etnghama.In usable length! at 5ca yard Light Weight Underwear \ftp doubt tho bright ittnihine ot the past week has reminded you that it'I* time tor lighter •freight underwear. ? e wish to cdll jour attention to a special values. . • '\. iiadlca' low n ( eek, slcevcjcsa ribbed white .vests finished with mercerised lape i n neok and arms 10c ea Indies' One ribbed low> neck, sleeve- less vests in regular and extra shea •12>2cea Ladles' V neck sleevclesa ribbed Vests with wide lace insertion around neck. SIses36to42 : 15c ea La Eeine Corsets This U ft line of Cbrteta that mwu the demnnds of the most fastidious taste. In atylo, quality ot snatcrinl us«i and variety ot niodeta fhoy are ci- celled by no line bf Imported or domestic manufacture. In Lau Heine Coweta aure embodied the Tery latest Idea* ot corset build- ing—Id«s that have their origin in Parla and Which are.reconstructed to mbbt American; retntlreincnts. Every pair haa •bur guarantee. PriceMl.00 to $3.00 Curtain Muslin 5c a Yard Drapery Section ha* Botne short lengths pf ugured curtain muslin fo close oat at HeguSar price ISHe yard. 5c a yard MEDINA DRY GOODS | •»»»»»»»»»»^^ < H»»»»»»»»»»»»»il»»»»*t*****^ Free ! Free I Free! $ 8550O Jl,A.trRKL 1 SEE THE RANGE p ©PERATIOi • WITH PARER SMOKE PIPE IS 111 rxll During Otir WHICH WILL F0STIPLY CLPSE MIBED® Get the Benefit of This %at ProfitMShatini Salt Before It is CHASl A BREBD ^#•^^1 iillMA.N. Y. : 't; . '$*£•'. *-V

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