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The Celina Democrat. (Celina, O. [Ohio]) 1895-1921, June 17, 1910, Image 5

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is cool and white as a
no heat, no dust. No old
Oil Go
U the latest practical, scientific
elaborate dinner without heating
Boils, bakes, or roasts better than any range. Ready in second.
Extinguished in a second. Fitted with Cabinet Top, with collapsible
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The Standard Oil Company
(Incorporated)
AT
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Record-Breaking Program and
Attendance at Children's
Day Services.
It was a magnificent and well pleased
audience that listened to tbe children's
day exercised at Mt. Oarmel lust Sunday
evening, and man people bad to be turned
away. Tbe program was rendered without
a break, which was as follows:
Opening Hong by school
Invocation Win. Kutledge
Scripture reading.
Song by choir.
Welcome address Ora Breck, Sup't
Recitation I.ourle Khoadt
Recitation Mae Freeman
Dialogue "A Bunch of Daisies
Duet. "Two Little Hands"
Irmal and Inez Wilson
Recitation ....Gladys Slier
Song by choir.
Recitation Ola Brock
"The Flower Drill."
Recitation Tbelma Roettger
Solo, "Is There Any Room In Heaver for
a Little Girl Like Me"..-Lenore Stoner
Recitation Inez Wilson
Dialogue "The Embalm"
Recitation Ada Smith
Primary song "Jesus Loves"
Recitation Faye Wilson
Recitation Jesse Helmer
Drill "Muster Them In for Jesus"
Duet. "Light at Evening Time"
Beatrice Smethera and Blanche Fast
Recitation Mable Thomas
Recitation Mae Bell
Recitation Rnetta Brock
Song by choir.
Recitation Mae White
Recitation Esther Freeman
Dialogue, "The Teacher."
Solo, "Jesus Savior, Pilot Me" Mae Bell
Recitation Mlnta Fetters
Recitation Lydla Smith
Song by choir.
Motion drill.
Recitation Pearl White
Hong "What Would You Take for Me?"
Recitation Ellen Thomas
Recitation Lenore Stoner
L3 Remarks Collection.
Closing address Zoa Wilson
Song by choir Benediction.
Sunday-school was largely attended
Sunday.
Ed Fell and family spent Sunday
with Mrs. Fell's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Pearson.
Nellie Carmack, of Scudder , spent
Sunday with Mrs. Dan Hprlggs.
Cora Schroyer visited her cousins,
Flossie and Esther Schroyer, Sunday.
Bert Holdren, wife and daughter
spent Sunday with Mrs. Hmoyer.
Preaching next Sunday morning and
evening by the pastor, Kev. Rousch,
of Defiance.
Maud Spriggs spent a few days last
week visiting relatives at Daytorl.
Quite a number of people from here
attended the children's services at Mt.
Carmel Sunday evening.
Money to Loan
We can make farm loans for 5 years
on first mortgage. Interest at 5 per
cent. Shout dc Donovan, Cellna, O.
GREAT TIME
1
YOU ARE GOING TO BUY
Stockers and Feeding Cattle
THIS SEASON
You want to buy where you can get the best cattle for the least
money. Write or wire at once to
JOHN J. LAWLER
163 EXCHANCE BUILDING
UNION STOCK YARDS, CHICAGO
Sound, safe, conservative, strict honesty and
a square deal guaranteed.
ESTABLISHED OVER 25 YEARS
REFERENCES: Live Stock Exchange National Bank, Chicago
Any Mercantile Agency
Thousands of our satisfied customers
We handle more stovkers and feeders than any firm in the world. A big
selection at all times. Sales , 40 to 50 loads daily. (
Come to Chicago and we will sell direct to you, or order at once by mail
or telegram and we will ship iua.t what you wantdirect to you at lowest mar
ket prices. Write at once for our plan of filling orders. We can save
you money. Write us for quotations of prices before you buy.
a Model Kitchen
dairy. No smell, no smote,
- fashioned contrivances. The
oR - stove
cook - stove. It will cook the most
the kitchen.
reata, towel rack, and every up-to-date
ftatura Imaginable. You want it, be
cause It will cook any dinner and not
beat tha room. No beat, no email,
no amoks, no coal to brine in, no aehee
to carry out. It does away with the
drudgery of cooking-, and make it a
plcaaure. Women with tba light touch
for pastry especially appreciate It, be
cause they can immediately cava a
quick fire, simply by turning a handle.
No half-hour preparation. It not only
ia less trouble than coal, but it coata
leas. Absolutely no smell, no smoke;
and it doesn't heat the kitchen.
The nickel Bniah, with the turquoiaa
blue of the enameled chimneys, makes
the stove ornamental sad attractive.
Made with 1, 1 and 3 burners J the 3
and 3-burner stoves can bs had with
or without Cabinet.
If oat at yours.
write for L'aacriptivs Circular to the a
t
acsncy of the
Clifford Moore and Iieulah Hoser
spent Sunday with Edward Smith and
family.
Mrs. Mary Bubaker spent Sunday
with J. U Wills and wife.
Miss Mere Stanley, of Bryant, Ind.,
spent last week with Selva Deo. .
Mrs. William Ileavlin and children
returned to their home at Wyandott,
Mich., Sunday.
Malissa Moore spent Sunday with
Jennie Kitchie.
Blanche Long, who has been work
Ingin Indiana returned home Tuesday.
Susie Deo is spending this week at
Bradford.
Russell Grub returned bomeTuesday.
Mrs. Theodore Shefler and children
are spending this week with her parents.
Electra Ballinger spent Sunday with
Liura Frank.
L. T. Arthur and family and Harlo
Burdge and wife spent Sunday with R
S. Burdge and wife.
Zura Wade, Cecile Kittle and Beulah
Sheeley spent Sunday with Cloyd
Tobln and wife.
Nora Hoel spent Sunday with her
parents.
Frances Hoel spent a couple of days
last week at Celina.
Protracted meeting will begin at the
Church of Christ Saturday evening,
Everybody invited to attend.
Ote Tobin and wife spent a couple of
days last week with Philip Service and
family, near Rockford.
O. L. Simmons and family are spend
ing this week with relatives in Darke
County.
Lenard Deweese, of Yorkshire, spent
Sunday with friends here.
TAMAII
The smile on the farmers' faces has
begun to broaden on account ol the
warm weather.
S wander Bros, did quite a business
on South Wayne street baling hay for
the farmers. Wm. Eichar, the hust
ling hay man here took charge of it,
loading it on tbe car.
Miss Nellie Farney, who has been
in Indiana for some time visiting her
parents, returned Sunday.
Mrs. Harman Hughes is on tbe sick
list.
Philip Swander and wife were called
to St. Marys one day last week to at
tend tbe funeral of Mrs. Edith Sifert,
daughter of George and Sarah Casad
foimerly of this county.
The trustees have been busy com
pleting the improvements at the new
cemetery by putting up an iron fence,
adding greatly to its appearance.
Miss Valna Forney, who is working
for Mrs. Cale Frysinger at Rockford,
visited her parents Sunday.
Some of our young men are looking
sad and lonely. What is the trouble,
George?
New Shoe Repair Shop Opened
John Wiley, an old-time boot and
shoe maker of this city, who removed
to Celina a few months ago and has
completed a fine new home in the north
end of Forest Heights addition, has
opened up a shoe repair shop in the I
room above Big Pete Schunck's shoe I
store, West Fayette street. John un-1
derstands his business and will guar
antee his work to be as represented.
He respectfully solicits your patronage.
INT I
Mrs. I.Mngtone, of Van Wert, Sun
dayed with bar daughter, Mre. Charles
Dull.
The Mimes Dee and Dorolliy Jack
son left Naturday for a visit with rela
tives among the bills of Pennsylvsnla.
Loren Springer and wife wars in ('In
clnnati last week, returning with a fine
touring auto.
Master John Paul Bogle will return
this week after a pleasant visit with
friends in Kenton, U.
Mre. John Kbersols returned Tues
day from a visit at Continental, O.
Jacob Fast left Tuesday fur Ft.
Wayne, where ha will in all probabil
ity undergo an operation at' Hope Hos
pital. James Hliultz, wife and daughter
Kva visited friends In Ft. Wayne over
Sunday,
The primary department of the Pres
byterian Nu nil ay. school enjoyed a plc
nlo in the D. II. Hoblnson grove Wed
nesday, Chris High lost a valuable driver in
the fire at Van Wert Tuesday.
Mrs. Frank Westerman received a
telegram Wednesday telling of the
death of M. L. ltarney at Adrian, Mich.
Mr. Barney was formerly numbered
among the business men of Hoc k ford.
Quite a number took in the Hobln
son show at Van Wert Tuesday.
GUADALUPE
Alovs Klosterman spent Sunday
with friends and relatives In Plqua.
Bernard Waterkoelter spent Sunday
with John Benanzer of this place.
The base ball game between the boys
from Cellna and tbe local club resulted
In a victory for tbe Cellna lads.
A cruel cold and coughing, which
has great similarity to whooping
cough, Is prevailing here among chil
dren. Paul Fronlng.of Celina, Henry Dirk-
sen, of Minster, and George and Ben
Dues, of Phllothea, were visitors with
the teacher here Sunday.
About ninety acres of land baa been
planted In sugar beets for tbe company
at Paulding. These plants are dili
gently cultivated by a gang of Hun
garians.
Wm. Aze Is busy working on a large
new barn that he is putting up.
OLD TOWN
Mrs. Joe Wollem, of Van Wert, Mr.
and Mrs. Ayera and daughter Victoria,
of Celina, and Mrs. James Staeger
spent Sunday with Geo, Wollem and
family.
Miss Hattla DeRush, of St. Marys,
visited her sister, Mrs. C. W. Klley,
Sunday.
John Haus and wife, of St. Marys
called on S. A. Nickerson and family
Sunday.
Ruth Staeger Is on tbe sick list.
Chss. Carpenter and wife, of Beery
Bethel; Marcus Nolan and family, of
near Mendon, and Geo. Fox and wife
of Celina, spent Sunday with Ben Car
penter and family.
Mrs. Joe .Gartner and daughter
Helen, of Dayton, spent Thursday and
Friday with Mrs. Nettle Green and
family.
Lucille and Francis Money called
on Florence and Ellen Staeger Sunday,
Wllshire Carpenter and family spent
Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Car
penter parents at Rockford.
Chas. Dixon and family, near St,
Marys, spent last Thursday with Ber
nard Dixon and family.
Chas. 8nider and wife visited bis
parents at Montezuma Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Eichler, of
near Cellna, spent Sunday with D. E
Green and family.
I took a little walk on North Sugar
street. I was surprised to see so many
nice new residences on a fine, uniform
grade, fine cement walks, dec. I un
derstand the Improvements were made
by The Cklina Realty Co.
Eye
Symptoms
Many people enjoy splendid vision,
but have eye Imperfections of which
they are not conscious.
Headaches, nervousness, neuralgia,
Indigestion and many other disor
ders are symptoms of serious trou
bles. We relieve the above troubles by
mean, of glasses, which remove tbe
strain from the eyes and nervous
system.
Consultation and Exam
ination cost you nothing.
Olnhausen & Smith
JKWEI.KKH AND OPTICIANS,
123 South Main St., Celina, 0.
Look Here!
The Wagner Loan Agency Is
the only agency In Mercer Coun
ty that will make Chattel Loans
so you can pay them back In
weekly or monthly payments,
or In fact any way to salt the
borrcwer.
We make farm loans at 6 per
cent.
We have f GO.Q00.00 to loan on
"Chattel Security.
We have f 160,000.00 of private
money to loan on Real Estate
Security.
We buy and sell Real Estate.
We write Fire and Cyclone
Insurance.
Baala.es Htrietly CeafldeatlaJ.
TiiaWAG'lEB LQAH AGENCY
IRA E. WAGNER, Mgr.
CKL.ISA. OHIO
llOUnGEn&COATE
REALTY .OEMS
Have for sale near Cellna, ().,
NO acres of good land, fine buildings,
well fenced
and tiled.
fi'.i acres, with
buildings, fenced and
tiled.
HO scree, with
buildings, fenced and
tiled.
50 acres, no buildings.
3S acres, no buildings;
fenced and
tiled.
4i acres, no buildings,
but fenced
and tiled.
40 acres, In Butler township; good 7-
room dwellings and other build
logs.
H I acres in Franklin township; build
ngs, fenoi'U and tiled.
MM) acres In Union township, fine
buildings, fenced and tiled.
tU acres in I nlon townshln. good
buildings, Ac.
Cellua town property In all parte of
the town, upon which we can make
you liberal prices and easy terms.
We are also agents for the Celina
Realty Co. Said company Is prepared
to build upon choice lots dwellings to
suit tbe purse of the purchaser.
HAMBURGERS COATE
Oflle. I'nlon Blook. aliove Klley
Orltiltu Hardware Htore,
CELINA, OHIO.
BETHEL
Summer Is back again. Everything
is growing now.
ine rvasDington township com
mencement was largely attended last
r rlday evening in spite of the lnclem
ent weather.
Nellie and Estella bundon, Carl See-
ger and (iolda Urler attended the coun
ty commoncement at Cellna last Sat
urday.
Mrs. t has. wenker and her nleee,
Miss Clara Heeger, started yesterday
morning on a trip to Germany. A
host of their friends gathered at the
Wenker borne Sunday evening to bid
them good-bye and wish them a pleas
ant loumey, among whom were J. F
Fetter and family, Fred Seeger and
family, Fred Ilebmeyer, wife and little
daughter Else, Charley Ilebmeyer and
family, Henry Wenker, Mr. Morman
and wife, Uolda Orler and Nellie and
Estella Dundon.
(I. W. Dundon and J. F. Fetter were
at Cold water on business Monday.
jonn MCAiee nas purchased a new
buggy.
STRINQTO WN-GN-THE-PIXE.
Kev. II. N. Brobst and family left
Sunday for Kosemont, Ohio, where tbey
will visit for several weeks.
Bertha and Luella Schmidt, of Cellna,
are visiting with friends through here
at this writing.
There will be no services at tbe Lu
theran Church on account of tbeabsence
of the pastor.
Leo Boms who has been employed as
stenographer at Columbus, Ohio, for
the past several months has returned
home for a several weeks' visit.
Miss Lucy Stelzer who has been
working at Payton the past vear, re
turned bome last week for a several
days' visit.
Several from around here attended
the ice cream social held at St. Anthony
Sunday.
Charlie Schroeder and family, Bertha
and Luella Schmidt, Carl Fennig and
Mrs. II. J. Bobenmoyer were visitors
with Wm.iSchroeder and family Sun
day.
Notice to Cotractors.
Notice is hereby given that until the
18th day of June, 1910, at 6 o'clock
p.m., sealed proposals will be received
at the Clerk's oflice of the Board of
Education, Jefferson township, Mercer
County, State of Ohio, for building a
frame school building in District No.
7, and according to plans and specifi
cations now on nleattbeClerk'a olllce.
Each bid shall contain the name of
every person Interested In tbe same,
and shall be accompanied by a guaran
tee of flOO.OO in currency deposited
with the Clerk of the Board of Educa
tion, that if the bid be accepted a con
tract will be entered into and tbe per
formance of it properly secured. When
both labor and material are embraced
in the work bids for each must be sep
arately stated, with prices thereof. The
successful bidder to give bond of one
thousand dollars ($1(100) for tbe com
pletion of building according to con
tract. Building to be completed by
September 1, 1910. None but the low
est responsible bid will be accepted,
and tbe Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids or accept any bid
for both labor and material, which is
lowest In tbe aggregate.
By order of tbe Board of Education,
Jefferson township, Mercer County, O.
Dated June 4, 1910.
JAMES G. STAEGER, Pres't.
Attest: J. M. WINTER, Clerk.
NOT IN ANY TRUST
OUR RED OR WHITE OIL
gives a bright light and does not
smoke the chimney. For Incubators
it has no equal. Upon receipt of Six
Dollars we will ship you one barrel,
containing 52 gallons. If the empty
barrel is returned to us, we will pay
you $1.25 for it. Write for samples
of our Lubricating Oils and Greese,
sent by mail free of charge.
r;CEFE'uE!T OIL COMPANY
pgrFBEwce m bum KAHCFIELD, OHIO
CELIl H
The following ware tbe quotations for
grain, lire sUx'k, poultry and produce Id
the Cellna market yesterday evening.
UBAIK.
Wbeat.per hush V7e
lorn, pr lnu lb 7o
Outs, per liu.h )lo
luirley, per busb Ana
Ky, per busli "o
SKID.
Clover, per busb 17(1
AUIke, per busb i 75
Timothy, per bush I 60
HAT.
No. 1 tlmotby, per ton lit 00
no. 1 uilieu, per ton 10 uu
No. 1 clover, per ton, 7 00
LIVE STOCK.
Cattle, per lUOIIts 16 6nO.ll Ml
Vnttl calves, per IU0 lbs 6 60
Jloss, per tuu lbs H UU
poultby.
Fowls, per lb o
rtpring unirks, per lb lite
Cocks, per lb jvio
Turkey bens, per lb e
1 oius, per in 6o
Docks, per lb Ao
(reea-, pur lb o
No. 1 bides 70
puonuca
Hotter, per lb
KKg", per dos Ajk.. JSc
fsird, ixir lb J4c
1MI6W, per Ih ia
(nitons, per flush aiic
Pottoe;trer busb sue
IN PROBATE COURT
The last will and testament of John
Miller, deceased, filed for probate and
record, for bearing June 1.1.
The last will and testament of Uer
trude Windker, deceased, filed for pro.
Date. j or bearing June 15.
Tbe last will and testament of J
Henry Winker, deceased, filed for pro
bate, for hearing June 15.
SOUTH CENTER
Chas. Lemunyons entertained co
pany from Mendon Sunday,
Edith Meyers was working for ber
sister, Mrs. Harmon Deerhake, at St.
Marys last week.
Grace Fox, of Celina, spent several
days last week with John Young and
family.
John Young and family and Wm
Slier attended the surprise on Wm
Webb Sundsy.
Bonnie and Elza Kiser met with
quite an accident Sunday. While on
the way to the bome of their sister, Mrs
Isaac Snavely, their horse became
frightened at an automobile and ran
into a ditch, upsetting the buggy and
throwing tbem out. They were jarred
up considerably and the buggy broken,
out nothing serious.
Mrs. Ray Mauger, Grace Fox and
Bess Young took dinner with William
Sller's Sunday.
Children's day services at .Ion Sun,
day evening, June 19. A cordial In,
vitation to all.
Kev. Berry will preach Sunday after
noon 112:311 at fairview. Come one
and all.
For God's Sake
Do Something
We have answered this cry in our
new book "Fighting the T rattle in
Young Girls" by Earnest A. Bell, 1'. S.
District Attorney Sims and others. The
most sensational indictment of the
White Slave Trade ever published. It
tells bow thousands of young girls are
lured from their homes annually and
sold Into a life of shame. The Cincin
nati Inquirer says "Of all the books of
tbe season the War on the White Slave
Trade Is the most helpful; it should be
read by every man, woman and child
Agents are making from 18 to f 17 a day
sellingltbis book. Over ,r00 pages
Many pictures. Prices fl.r0. Best terms
to agents. Outfit free. Send 15 cents
for forwarding charges. Book sent to
any address post paid upon receipt of
price. Address James E. Sharkey,
Sec y, 12:1 Plymouth Court, Chicago.
For sale cheap Five-room bouse on
East Market street. Inquire of J. N.
Houser.
NOTICE OFJPPOINTMENT.
Kstate of J. Henry Windker. deceased.
THK UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN
appointed and qualified as executor
of tbe estate of J. Henry Winker, late
of Mercer Oounty, Ohio, deceased.
Hated tbls mh day of June. A.D. 1910.
HENRY LENNARTZ. Executor.
June 17. 1W10. tt-Dt
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
1
Estate of Gertrude Wlnker.doceased.
THK UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP
POINTED and qualified as executor of
the estate of Gertrude Windker, late of
Mercer Oounty, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this lftth day of June, A.D. 1U10.
HENRY LENNAKTZ. Executor.
June 17, W10. -itt
OODEY
AT 5 PER CENT
LV ON FARU
gjy PROPERTY
We are still loaning money
at the above rate.
WK ALSO WRITS
FIRE AKD TORNADO
INSURANCE
Give ue a call before you Insure
your property or borrow your
money;
Phone 80S, or call and see
BROQKHART & MURLIN
Rlohardson Bids,
CKLINA, OHIO.
. i" i imde mssss
Designs
Copyrights Ac
Anyone sending a sketch and description ma?
lulcklv ascertain onr otmiton free whether an
Invention Is probnbly patentable. Communica
tions strictly oontldeuttal. HJNIIK(1(1K on Patents
sent free. Oldest siency for securing patents.
Fsteuts taken through Munu A Co. roostvsj
sprcuu noctcs, wu noufc enwrap, in me
Scuntiflc Harica.
60 YEARS
. CVDCDICMnff
1 X Limn u.i ii
. 1 1 i.
A bundsomelr HlnntTfttM weekly. IjiuirMt eta
dilation of tir ttoietitldo journal. Torma, $3
innrg four niontba, $U gold bj all newad Hater.
Branch U0)o. tK F BU Washington, D. (J.
The westeriiOliio Automobile Co. f
Successors to
GARAGE
W. 11. CONNER
AGE NTH for K. M. r. "S)i" Touring
this car tba owners do tills.
Also, lieMnit Kuimlxmt. II b. p., Hliaft Drive. Magneto. Cmuolete at aSdO.
Also Distributor fur Mr. Wise for tli Ford MihJxIs lu nurtlieru half of lUe
county Runabout, Touraltoul and Touring Car. Ac.
laLlsll fur Metal and body 1'ollsli fur cars. Price, g&c and ftue.
Weare p.-epared to KKHIII.D, KKPAIR and RK PA INT OA RH at
moderate coal, our repair departiuniit being In i-iiarge of Henry nielirrt.
lale uf Htoddard-Day ton ()o lio Is conceded one of tna best repair men In
liio. Bring In your car and let us look It over If tbere la iioilung wrong
. Willi It. we will tell you so. Mauy a car Is ruined by neglect lu looking after
tbe small renalrs.
N.H. We will also continue tbe
on by Mr. Conner.
OBITUARY
In loving remembrance of Laura
Kcuaadt, little daug-liter of Mr. aud
Mrs. William Hchaadt, who departed
this Ufa June ft, lit 10, aged o'ne year,
five months and thirteen days. Her
stay on earth was short, but she now
sweetly rests as a iamb In the Shep
herd's arm. Jesus, the good Shepherd,
cares for ber now. Truly she was a
bright flower In the bome.
She was laid away to rest Tuesday
afternoon, June 7, her grave covered
with lovely flowers. Tbe funeral ser
vices were conducted by Kev. Samuel
Fgger, and was held St. Paul's Evan
gelical Church.
Laura has gone to Join tbe angels,
We shall never see ber more;
Hhe helps swell tbe heavenly chorus,
Kar beyond that turning shore.
How Jowful are the thoughts that linger
When loved ones cross death's sea,
That when our labors bere are ended,
With tbem we will ever be.
FAinVIEW
Jesse Willcutt and wife spent. Satur.
day evening with Landon Tavners.
Miss (iraoe Fox visited with Bessie
Young Sunday.
Jesse Wlllcutts attended a surprise
at Wm. Webbs Sunday, the occasion
being Mr. Webb's fortieth birtbdsy.
Al Halnllne and Henry Lemunyon
and their families, Lawrence Hamil
ton and Mr. Converse and family were
tbe Sunday guests of Cbas. Lemunyon
and family.
Harry Marlow was at Mendon Mon
day on business.
Let's get married, Billy, and buy a
bome on North Mill street. I'll tell
you we'll be happy.
Legal Notice Non-Residenca.
ANDREW J. GI.EASON AND JULIUS
A. Oleason. whose residences are un
known, and tbelr unknown heirs and de
visees, all of whose residences are unknown,
will take notice that on the 14th (1st of
June, lvlu, J. B. Albers, as Treasurer of Mer
cer Oounty. filed his petition In the Com
mon Pleas Court, Mercer Oounty, Uhlo, In
Case No. against tbe above named par
ties, praying for the sale of certain real
estate hereinafter described, and to apply
tbe proceeds of said sale to the payment of
taxes and assessments that stand charged
against said real estate, which taxes and
assessments have not been paid within the
time prescribed by law for the payment of
the same, bald real estate being described
follows. to-T.lt: Helna Iit Number
Twenty-two (Wi. Alexander Addition to the I
Incorporated Village of Rockford, Ohio;
be same being re-r.umbered In ihui and
now being known as Lot Number One Hun-'
dred and Eighty-one (lull of said VlllB-e.
Maid action Is brought under favor of for- :
mer Section 11(14. Revised Htntutes of Ohio. !
or as now known. Sections 27, ih, WW. I
Kf.70, S)71. 8ii72 and 7H of tbe General Code of
Ohio. I
Maid parties are required to answer said ,
petition on or before the Hth day of August, i
mill, or Judgment will be taken airalnst
tbem. J. B. ALBERS,
as Treasurer, Plaintiff.
Cellna. Ohio, June 10, 1W0.
John G. Romer, Attorney. IMt
BUSINESS COLLEGE
Students placed in position in
May are:
Fay Weaver, Lima Loco. 4 Mach. Co.
H. N. Hall, Armour Packing Oo.
A. R. Jones, L. S. 4 M. 8. Ry.
Dorothy Kamerer, E. D. Webb A Oo.
Edw. GUIen, L. E. 4 W. Ry.
Margaret Davis, M. Y. M. Co., Lima.
Arlo Hick. P. F.Sult, Lima.
Oarrle Brown, K. E. Everett, Atty.
Mary Caldwell, Gas Power Producing Oo.
Leefe Olabaugh, F. J. Banta 4 Son.
Maude Cox, D. O. Henderson, Atty.
F.J. Brockert. L. E 4 W. Co.
Grace Eaton, P. A. Kahle 4 Oo.
Delia Davis, Lima Rubber Co.
Anna Evans, Sten., Mt. Vernon, O.
Ella Doerlng, Carson, Plrle 4 Scott.
Low Rates for
Summer School
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It is saving hundreds of your neigh
bors, why not you? Don't wait until
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booklet on tuberculosis. We send it
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Address: The Nature's Creation Co.,
Dept. C, Columbus, Ohio.
Notice of Teachers' - Examinations.
Meatinf for th zsmination of applicants for
tcschers' certificates, for either common, high or
special, will be held at the West School Buildini,
IS Celina. on th first Saturday of each month of
the rear,
"Examinations for pupils who wish to graduate
from the elementary schools will be held in Celina
on the third Saturday of April and the third Sat
urday ot Mar. S. COTTEKMHN, President:
A. C. EIFERT. Clsrki
J. W. CLIFTON..
Msmbsrs of Board of County Eiasslasrs.
PILES
FISTULA
AND IU,
DISEASES OF THE RECTUM
Or. n,llMl annoanm So profMakm ind tlia
imNIo tli.t h. uta a spMUIty ot tliaM diMMM
.ltd liu hwl 90 yMr. oonaunt xusrienc. Ho p.in
ii1 oo datontlua from builnoM. BiMidar, Kidney,
Uluotl and 8km Dlaaaass and Dliauw of Woman.
MKITI roa BOOS ON BKtTAL DI8K1BKS (MUSI
aud utdonMBiauaiaf itatiautssunML kaKaiiltahad ISttU.
DR. J. J. McCLELLAN
Outlook Bulldino.
44 East Broad Strut
Columbus, (.
South Main St.,
CELINA, OHIO.
Oar 01,830.
No need of advertising
small reoalr work heretofore earned 4
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KOTICE
IU UUiilllAlflU...)
Center Township, Mercer County, Ohio, I
Oellna. June 1, Iwiii. (
VOTH'K IH HKKKKY GIVEN THAT
ll the Board of Education of Center School
District, Mrcer l nun I y. Ohio, 111 receive
sealed bids for the nect-ssary changes and
repairs tu tbe school buildings of said dis
trict, made necessary by the orders of the
Stale inspector of Buildings.
Kald changes and repairs consist In part
of vaults and screens for seme, palutlug.
plastering, calclinlnlng. flooring, one steel
lire escape, rehanglng of doors.
Part 1-Speclllcallous for work In Dis
trict Nos. 1, A, aud IU maybe bad of U.K.
Townseud.
I'art 1-Specification J for work In Ids
trlct Nos. 4, T and V of J. J. stoner.
Hart s-Specincatlons for work In District
Nos. It. 8 anl s may he bad of Dayton Fast.
Bids will he accepted separately on Part
1, 1 and a. or on all tbe work as a w hole.
All bids to be II led w llb the Olerk of said
Board by It o'clock M. June Jft. luin.
No bid accepted unleas accompanied by a
guarantee deptmit of
The rluht Is reserved to relect an or all
bids.
By order Board of Education of Center
School District, H. H. LE WIH, Olerk.
Oellna, R.D. No. 8. 7-t
PROBATE KOTICE.
JOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I tbe following Administrators, Execu
tors and Guardians bave filed tbelr ac
counts aud vouchers In the Probate Court
of Mercer County. Ohio, for allowance and
settlement, aud the same will be beard on
the tt day of June. A.D. 1U1II. and set
tled and confirmed If no exception are
filed thereto:
AD INIMTRATOHH KOH KIN AX, BETTLCsl ENT
Perry O. Good, administrator of Armlnda
Good, deceased.
Caroline Hlegrlst. administratrix of And
rew Mb-grlst, deceased.
(1UAKOIAHH KOH K1HAL HICTT1.IM I HT.
J. H. PutbofT. guardian of Bernard Zum-
walde.
Pearl 8. Money, guardian of Zoid L.
Money.
(iCAKIUANM KOK PAKTIAL HKTTI.KMENT.
Agner Winner, guardian of Henry Rut-
schilling.
P. T. DUG AN. f rebate Judge.
June in, Run. K-st
?ns for Sale!
Three bundred and nineteen farms, sit
uated In Ashtabula County close to Jeffer
son, the county seat of Ashtabula County,
ranging from t'JU per acre upwards. Good
buildings, best of soil : raise tine wheat, oats
and com ; plenty of good fruit, good water;
plenty of good beech, maple and walnut
timber; farms range from 40 acres toWU
acres. Bargains If sold at once. For fur
ther Information call on or address
The Wagner Loan Agency, Celina, 0.
Money to Loan on Horses, Cattle,
Farm Implements and Growing Crops
at low rate.
You can pay back at any time and
stop interest. Business strictly confi
dential. For particulars call on
The Celina Mortgage Loan Co.
WYCKOFF BLOCK,
MAIN AND MARKET ST8., CKLINA, O.
Coedldrss.
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Bis Wits snd His Bands
These are the things which
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Secure his lively Interest and whole-
Some development by giving him
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bome training: endorsed by 2.su,doo boys and their
parents. Sent! Il.oo for a full year. On sale at
al I ne ws'Stands s 1 10 cents.
THE IPViGUF rWUSHINC CO. 10t Maltttlo ttdQ., Ittrott. (Hon,
FARM LOANS
At 5 per cent on 5 Years' Time
With the privilege (written In your
mortgage) of paying any sum In tbe
multiple of 1100 at any timk and stop
ping Interest. W ill also write your In
terest payable any time during the year
that you desire to pay the same.
No other loan agent In Mercee Oounty
ever wrote a mortgage with these priv
ileges. Will loan on first mortgage up to 55
per acre.
ED. L. BRYSON, Celina.
IM WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE
LIGHT RUNNING
Chattel Loans
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Many sewtng machines are made to sell recardleas ol
Quality, but thai JSW if OIUO is made to weac
Our guaranty never runs out.
Sold by avalborlaed ttmlera onlf.
Mrs. II. 7. SCBUHCK.
West Fsyatt St., Celina, O.

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