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I M H C-t-l 4 f V4 M M PS f SS PS P-TII, I II f aaaral -. I as M W V MaT aaaaaa at ( jj ji MAKES THE PERFECT j h -K HOT BISCUIT fjf I Also Rolls and Muffins M Crusts and Cakes : 7 it, Sn! for Royal -c ! X3S'WaUam St. i jj, ( MERCER Miss Amy Daughorty vIsitHd relit tlves at Olinn over Sunday. Mln Achssh Palmer spent Wednes day with relative at Mention. K. Dllboneand wife w ere the truests of L. Knsh and family, nnar Hook ford, the flrat of the week.. Ilarl Bolton and wlfn spent Sunday with E. Willlami and wifo. Mrs. S. Chlvinirton visited relatives at Celina over Sunday. Miss Georgia Williams spent a few days this week with relatives at St, Marys. Lyde Tunis, or Cincinnati, came Wednesday for a few days visit with her parents, A. Ii. Till i is and wifo. Boys) Cirlsl Free Columbia Bicycles For a little easy spare-time work for Hampton's Mauazink. Send postal for wonderful kkkk bicycle offer. Ad dress "Bicycle Club," Koom 53S, C(i W. 35th St., New York. Grocery for Sale One of the best groceries in Mercer County. In a good town, well located. Best of reasons given for selling. For particulars. Inquire at this oflice. Pure Pennsylvania Buckwheat (lour at Palm it Millek's. FOREST HILL John Andress and family were the Sunday guests of Jerry Johnson and family. Dillon Jordan is reported quite sick at this writing, as is also Levi Shock. Floyd Berry and fnmily have moved to Wiltshire. Good luck go with them. Preaching at Fairview Sunday whs well attended, Hev. Shell Johnson, the new pastor, delivering his initial ser man to an appreciative congregation. Mrs. Will Purdy spent Monday with her parents. Mrs. Malissa Adily is visiting her on Albert and wife; at Miamisburg for few days. Jess Shock and son Paul, of Colo rado, and Park Skinner and wife, of Charlotte, Mich., are veiling Sol Shock and other relatives in this com munity. Miss Kdith Bienz visited (ieo. Krugh and family Sunday. Mrs. Karl Stover, who is at tho Ft, Wayne hospital, Is improving very nicely from the effects of the operation for appendecitis. Blind Mrs. Hllle Tiler, Ravena, Tex., writes: "I was hlliiii as a but. I used Hut lit- rlaud's Ka- gie Kye Halve and it acted like a charm. It cut the scum off my eyes und restored my slKbt, It Is all you claim and worth Us weight In gold. 26c a tube. IIAnBURGERfi OOATE REALTY AGENTS TTaua fiir mala nua . Palina C 80 acres of good land, fine buildings, , well fenced and tlied. 53 acres, with buildings, fenced and tiled. 80 acres, with buildings, fenced and tiled. 50 acres, no buildings. 32 acres, no buildings; fenced and tiled. 41) acres, no buildings, but fenced ' and tiled. 40 acres, In Butler township; good 7 room d wellings and other build ings. 84 acres In Franklin township; build- ' lngs, fenced and tiled. 100 acres In Union township, fine i iiji r i 1 : i . i UllUUIUgM, 1UIIUCU HIM1 uieu. 60 acres in Union township, good buildings, Ac. Celina town property in all parts 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'eboice lots dwellings to suit the purse of the purchaser. (IflUBURGEn&COATE Office, TTnion Block, above Rlley , 5rl filth Hardware W tore, CKLINA.OHIO. 1 OTEEILOl'S BSLE EYE S&LVE Good for Nothing but tha Eyes ELM GROVE Mrs. Mary Kathburn and little daughter grace, of Red key, Ind., and Mrs. Alice Cook and daughters, of St Marys, were Sunday guests at the home of C. It. Taylor and wife. John Steele and wife visited with Fred Steele at Swamp College Sunday Warren Trenary, wile and sons Kd ward and Floyd, west of Celina, called at the W. T. Andrews bomeSunday. Fred Vantllburg, who has been II) with typhoid fever, is much better at this writing. Kva and Alvera Hole, of Celina, and Bnrnadena Andrews spent Sunday at the home of Miss Zorpha Palmer. Notice to Hunters You are hereby notified that these Is no hunting allowed on the late U. W Wagner farm, in Center and Hopewell townships, Mercer County, Ohio. Mns. U. W. Waonkr Dr. Bell's PincTar Hooey Will break up the worst cold and allay throat irritation. This remedy quickly cures coughs, Colds, Grippe and all throat and bronchial troubles. OLD TOWN Geo. Hendricks and family, of Cell na; Kl.a Green and wife and Harve Klchler and wife spent last Sunday with Geo. Wollam and family. Berpard Dixon and family visited C W. Kiley and family Sunday. Frank TouVelle, ex-County Treas, urcr of this oounty. for several years a resident of Medford, Oregon, came here last week for an extended visit with S. A. Nickerson and family. Mable Houtz, of Celina, visited Ursa Groen Sunday. Florence Staeger will spend Thanks giving with her sister at Oxford, O. ('has. Snider and wife are spending a few days this week with the latter's parents at Montezuma, Let your Christmas gift to relatives and friend i be a portrait of the little ones In whom they are so interested It will be appreciated. To secure the best service and full attention to detail come now before tho rush. A. W. CuoN, Photographer. Beautiful byes Are desired by every one. If there Is any lnhttinniation the eyes can not la beautiful Hutherland's Kagle Eye Halve will remove the ltinemnint ion and clear me eyes. Thoroughbred Chickens forSale Fancy Birds at Rea' sonable Prices Hose-combed Rhode Island Reds and Light Brahma ; bred up to standard marks and are booh ones. Met fancy Birds at rea' amiable prices. Call or address MK8.H. B, t.KMITNYON. Oellna.O.. R. D.No.8. Phone Don 18, Farmers Line. - 8l-4t Notice to Non-Resident Lot or Land Owners. Auditor's Office, Mercer Oounty, Ohio, I .November 16, A.U. 1V10. f In the matter of Ditch Improvement Mo. 641, putloued for by J. H. Leutfera et al To the Lot or Land Owners and to the Cor porations, either Public or 1'rlvatt), af fected by said improvement: You, and each of you, are hereby notified that on the lolli day of Movent ber, JUlll, J, H. Leuaurs and others, tiled a petition with the Auditor of Mercer Oounty, the prayer of which Is for the local Ion, deepeuliiK, widen ing and straightening of a ditch on the fol lowing starting potui, route and terminus, to-wlt: Oouimeiiclna In the channel of the Wai'ash Joint liltcli, In Uruiivllle Town ship, Mercer Oounty, Ohio, at the south county Hue of said Mercer Oounty, In Hec tlon ait. Town 15 north, Range t east; thence to follow said Wabash Ditch down stream, to deepen, widen, straighten and relieve the lands there along from the Hood water where necessary and practicable, through and In Orativllle Township and Recovery Township, said county, to the east line of the Incorporated villuxe of Ft. Recovery, Ohio, or to such a point asagood andsutll clent outlet Is obtained, for the purpose of relieving the lauds as herein set out, and there terminate. Also, for the deepening, widening and Straightening and cleaning out of a branch known as the Rear Branch orOorwIn Ditch, In said Granville Township, from the point in same where it has been Improved down stream to where same enters said Wabash Ditch. Also, for the deepening, widening and straightening and cleaning out of a branch ditch known as the Voiidenboscli Ditch, from its beginning down stream to where same enters said Wiibash Ditch. You are also notified that the following time and place have been fixed when and wheite the OommlHSloners of said county will meet for the hearing of said petition, to-wlt: At the beginning of the Improve ment, December 18, lull), at 10 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of bearing any and all proof offered by any of the parties affected by said ditch Improvement, whether the said ditch will be conducive to the public health, convenience and welfare; and whether the route described Is the best route; and any and nil objections to said proposed ditch Improvement. Any application tor compensation or damage, or for any change of route, must be In writing and filed with the Oomnils- sloners on or before the day set for hearing. Ho further notice of any proceedings In ! this matter will be given. J,1i. MOKKUW, Auditor of Mercer Oounty, Ohio. Mr. Morehead, of South western Iowa, came to Celina last Friday over the Cincinnati Northern ltmlrosd In ijuesl of relatives he had not seen since boy hood or had never met. In (Vlina he met a cousin, Mrs. Win. Cos to, who took him to the home of her parents Mr. and M rs, George W. Brown, well known Butler township pioneers. Mrs Jtrown Is an aunt of Mr. Moreliea and they had not met since li whs fourteen years old fifly-lhree years ago. It was naturally a Joylul meet Ing and brought back many childhood memories, Mr. Morehead was a vet eran of the civil war, enlisting when IN years old and serving for 3 years. He will leave this week for Brown and Clermont Counties, the former lioiiu of these aged pfople, and other parts of the state. Jeff Preston and wife, of Bradford spent a few days this week with rela tives here. Hev. Polly spent Huuday with Jos. Johnson and wife. Mrs. Neymour" spent Sunday with Win. Preston and family. Itaa Beauchamp, Dora Lacy, Nilva Deo, Orace Service, Kthel Monroe, Ne lie Ileal, Malissa Moore, Kstlier John sohn, Kthel Wills and Gladys Preston spent Sunday with Jennie and Helen Kitchle. Itobert Burdge and Mrs. Hay Monroe and children spent a few days thi week with Charles Milton and family, of Richmond, Ind. Klectra Ballinger spent Sunday with Klma Hole. A large crowd of young folk sur prised OrviHe Monroe at the home of his parents Monday evening, it being his 20th birthday. An enjoyaiilo even ing was spent by all present. Cal Harrison and family, of Osgood, spent Sunday with Clifford Preston and family. Kuruest Palmer and family spent Sunday with Charles Burdge and fum llT. Forest Palmer, Albert Harrison, Or. vllle and Willard Monroe, Jesse Poor, Iteed and Hots Beauchamp, James Gebrone and Iris Barker spent Sunday with Vermont Bennett. Mrs. Irvln Iioel left on the I7th with her cousin for a visit at Franklin and Hamilton. Wanted Man past 30, with horse and buggy, to sell stock condition powder in Mercer County. Salary 870 per month. Address 301 Unity Bldg., Indianapolis, Indiana. Photos of quality at the Boosz Studio, Main street. Phone 94. Tonsiline The throat is one of tne moat, ueucaie paria CtireS of the body. It is also ore i nroai BuouJ(j be given the beet possible care. The throat is the gateway to the body. The air we breathe, the food we eat, the liauida we drink, all rasa through it. It is very easily affected by cold, strain, ex posure, etc., and Sore Throat is therefore one of our most common ailments. Strangely enough, it is also one of the most neglected. Sore Ihroat is a very serious matter, for the whole system, is in danger in consequence of it. Every Bore Throat patient is a candidate for Tont-ilitis, Quinsy, Diphtheria and other serious or fatal diseases, all of which can be prevented by the timely cure of tho Sore Throat by the use of TONSILINE. ii taicen in time a uose or iwu wiu uu it. TONSILINE is made to cure throat dis eases and nothing else, it is tiie one remedy for this purpose sold largely in the United States. Every user endorses it; every physician, knowing its virtues, commends it. The one most important thing to remember about TONSILINE is the fact that it really does cure Sore i'j Throat. . . 'l 25 cents and 50 cents. Hospital lJ Size $1.00. All Druggists. L'4 The 20th Century Storm Buggy ; 1 1 "v " ' '- - 1 1 " - ,.s :fTi. THB DOOR OPUN rower in front than in the rear, making horse while facing the vvind. The front is absolttely storm and rain under construction. Manufactured by The 20th Century Storm Last Trip to Celina This Fall f " N. X . I i. i i J i w - ' 'I t - i I ;::'Ns' if J - rJ . The people of Celina and vicinity will be glad to know that Dr. J. E. DEXTER The PAINLESS Tooth Extractor, with entirely New Methods, will be at Hotel Ashley, Celina, Monday, Nov. 28, 1910 For the purpose of extracting teeth without pain orsleep. Dr. DKXTER has made a specialty of extracting teeth for ten years, and has made for hint Belt an expert reputation as a painless tooth extractor. REFERENCES Can be given all who are doubtful that the most doubtful can be removed without pain. He uses a medicine which drlveB all feeling from the gums. NOW Is the time to have those troubling, aching teeth removed. Dr. Dexter Guarantees That there Will be no soreness afterwards caused by the medicine, and that all nervous and week-hearted people need have no fear. On the last trip to Oellna the Doctor pulled over one hundred teeth and no failures. No Poisons or Uocalu are used. A New System PAINLKHS METHOD. Main ollice, 135 1-2 N. Main St., LIMA, O. Notice of Assessment To All Members of Marion Mutual FIr insurance Asnoclalion: The IMroctors have agrci d to make an assessment of one and one-half pe ' ci.nt. on their assissintnt basis, ami Is payable between November IS and De cember 1, 1IM0, slid is payable at either of Iho following places: Commercial Bank, of Culins; St. Henry Bank, St. Henry; People's Bank, Coldwater; Ft. llecovery Bank, Ft. He. covery, Farmers' Bank, Chickasaw; Henry Muellers, Secretary, St. Kosa (Chickasaw lt.D. No. 1). This assessment is made lo rover the losses of Ben Hose, lien 1'ost and sev era! small losses. . Alcr. 1M. Kverjr person a lio Insures In till association awiees and btiuls hliiinclf lo pay his respect I ve part of all losses andexpeu ses as demanded by asessment uoilcei which the Heeretary. fioill tune to time as ordered by directors and as needed to cover deltclt. published In one or more county pa nel s, ami such na inent of assessment must be made inside of thirty days from date of publication of assessiiiuiil notice, to the He retary of Association, If pameiit Is not made In thirty days, then n penally of yn per cent shall be added, which penalty and assesmeiit are now due in thirty days, and If at the exol ra'lon of this tune same Is not paid, then Policy Is void until paid and H reiary shall collect assessment and peualy by law. llKMtV GOTTKMOM.KK, Pres't IlKNItY Mol.LKIl.H, Seo'y. FAIRVIEW Mae Marlow visited Saturday and Sunday with Kstella Key nobis and Al ta Klchler. Golda Fast, Floe Webb and Treva Hitler visited Sunday with Mrs. F.lv Wllcutt. Ira Ginter and family visited Sun day with Chas. I.emunyons. John Bennett and wife visited Sun lay with John Youngs. Tom Miller visited Sunday with John and Harry Marlow. Mertie iJick visited Sunday with Millie Piper. Floyd Hhoads and wifo and Daisy Hasis visited with Joe Cains Sunday Bessie Young and Mae Marlow at tended the W. C. T. U. meeting at Misa Icy Fast's Tuesday afternoon. As a Chrisrrias gift nothing equals the personal charm of a well made, well mounted photograph of yourself made by A. W. noN, Photographer, CHRISTLUS CARDS FREE Not Cheap Trash, but Ten Beau tiful Ones. I want to send free to every reader of the Celina Democrat 10 beautiful im ported embossed, colored Christmas post cards, all different, without any ad vertising on them whatever. I do tills because I want people to know the high grade cards 1 carry at manufacturers' prices. If you prefer beautiful New Years' cards, say so when you write. All that I ask is that you Bend me 4 cents in stamps to cover postage. Address ('. 1. Johnstone Pres., Dept. 419, Rochester, N.Y. A Good Position Can be had by ambitious young men and ladies in the field of "w irelt s" or railway telegraphy. Since the 8-hour law became effective, and since the wireless companies are establishing stations throughout the country, there is a great shortage of telegraphers. Po sitions pay beginners from J70 to f'.K) per month, with good chance of ad vancement. 1 lie national telegraph Institute operates six ollicial institutes in America, under supervision of K. R. and Wireless ollicials and places all graduates Into positions. It will pay you to write them for full details at Cincinnati, O., or Philadelphia, Pa. Every Body Needs good salve, and Dr. Hull's Antiseptic Salve Is the best, ll Is a creamy snow white ointment. Guaranteed for all skin diseases. 25c. Hold everywhere. The time of the year is here when a btorin Buggy comes in nicely. Are you supplied with one ? not, let us supply your wants. The 20th Century Storm Bug gy is the neatest and most con venient storm buggy on the market. The door can be open ed or closed while the front wheel is against the rub-iron or in any other position. The door opens out and back ward, and while opening and closing the wing will automati cally elevate or lower itself while the door is in motion The top is about one foot nar it pleasing to the eve ami easy on the proof. Come and inspect the top while Buggy Co., St. Henry, 0. Painless Extraction Guaranteed or No Pay Accepted -- --- OEiTuiny tiuy Oklahoma and Clarence Alba ny, sons of Charley 10. and llrltUna lliougher. The former was born lirto ber 'i, IHtl'.'; died November 17, 1010, aged H years, I month, 'ii days. The latter was born March 'i, 1IKI1; died November 10, It 1 (I, aged 0 years, H months, H days. Their atlllctlon was of short duratlou, but very severe. , Kach expressed a willingness lo go' home to the dear heavenly Father, tell- j Ing their papa and mamma not to weep : for them. Their voices of cheer la hushed by death, but no doubt are singing the praise of (lod In the bear- J etily world, where they are free from j the enticing Influences and pitfalls of sin. They will be greatly missed in Ilia community, the Sabbath-school ami the home. They leave to mourn their loss, futher, mother, one little sister, four grand parents anil many other friends and relatives, but we shall all see them again if we are good. Two little ansels now on IiIkIi. They hand In hand together roam; Two links now bind ns lo the sky. Two fingers beckon us to come, Lord, glva us strvnath our loss to bear And lead us In the heavenly way. Oh ! may w- meet our children there Ju realms of endless day. YOU TAKE HO RISK Our Ilepjtation and Money Are Huck of This Offer. We pay for all the medicine used during the trial, if our remedy falls to completely relieve you of constipation We take all the risk, i on are not ob lighted to us In any way whatever, if you accept our otter. Could anything be more fair for you? Is there any rea son why you should hesitate to put our claims to a practical test? Ihe most sclentillc, common sense treatment Is Hex all Orderlies, which are eaten like Candy. They are very pronounced, gentle and pleasant in ac lion, and particularly agreeable In everyway. 1 hey do not cause diar rlioe, nausea, llatulence, griping or any Inconvenience whatever. Itexall Orderlies are particularly good for children, aged and delicate persons. We urge you to try Itexall Orderlies at our risk. Two sizes, 10c and 2"e Remember, you can get Kexall Kerne, dies in this community only at our store The Itexall Store. The itobt. V. Kiley lirug Co., southeast corner Main and Market streets, Celina, O. Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve Is guaranteed for eczema, sale rheum, tet ter, ring-worm, running sores, chapped hands and Hps, pimples on the face, black tieads, barber's Itch, sun burn. Insect lutes fever tores and nasal cataarh. 2.rc. Executor's Sale of Reel Estate IN Pt'KHUANCK OK AN ORDKR QF I the rrobsie t ourt or Mercer 1 ounty li lo. 1 will olier for sale at public suet Ion on the 17th day of December, ltiln. at 1 o'clock In the afternoon, sale to he held on the premises, the following- described r.'al estate, situate In the Vllhiite of Celina. Mer cer i Nullity, and State of Ohio, to-ait : hVulunlug twenty-two IW' feet south of the nort heast corner of Inlot Number Two venty-.ilne I27HI: thence running south forty-four (44) feet: thence west parallel with l.lvlnirston street to the west line of Lot NtiniberTwoNlnety tSUOij thence north forty-four (441 feet; thence east parallel with Llvlnaston street to the place of be- elnnlng. Helnit In the Village of Oellna M'-rcer ounty. Ohio, and being parts of In- lots Ntirnliers Two Seventy-nine C!7DI and Two Ninety CJtsn hs the same are known on the recorded plat thereof. The street mini tier of bnlldliiKs sre nuin tiers Two Hundred Seven IS07) anil Two Hundred Nine I3is.il, and said real estnte aforesaid Is slttiitteou the west side nf North Mnln street, between Livingston street and Fulton street. Maid lots will be ottered for sale separately and as a whole. Hub! property Is apprnlsed at Thirty-sev en Hupdred (:iei.oil Hollars. I he south one-bnlf HI, Twenty-two (221 feet of the above described lot fronting on Main street appraised at Nineteen Hundred Fifty 1H..0.I10I Dollars, and the north Twenty-two (221 feet froiitlna on Main strpet Is spnrals- il nt Seventeen Hundred Fifty (?17ii0.(ii Dollars. Terms of sale Pah. JOHN LEN'TZ. Executor of the estate of Hov. J. A. Dom inic Shunk. D. E. Kelley, Att'y for Executor. Bertinrd Koiner, Auctioneer. Public Sale Live Stock and Farm 1 m p ! e m 3 n 1 s , &c. The undersigned will sell at public sale at the late residence of Jacob Ketteurlim 2 miles south of Wabash, Ohio, and 8 miles north of r t. Kecovery, unto, on THUS DAY, Nov. 29, 1910, the following personal property: mohmkh-'I'wo head, consisting or one nay gelding ten years old, weight Izou lbs : one Belgian mare colt 1 year old. Sll KKP Consisting of 27 head of ewes, 1 Shropshire rum. HOtiS 6 head shouts, weight about 10" Donnds each. i;ok and H A x 2W onsneis corn in crin and 200 shock of corn In field, about 211 tons Alfalfa hny. about H tons mixed hay. FA KM I.l PliE.VI KNTS 1 good Tumbnll wagon. 1 truck wtigon, good as new; 1 rub ber tire buggy, I McOormlck mower, good as new, I bay rake, 1 hny ladder, 1 sleigti, set work harness, set buggy harness, set of good lly nets, 1 breaking plow, spike tooth harrow, 2 shovel plows, 1 fanning mill, 1 gravel bed, 1 mud boat. Also no head or chickens, HOUSEHOLD OO0DS Consisting of 1 dresser, 1 chiffonier, 1 book case, 8 beds, 1 heating stove, 1 coal oil stove, 1 cooking stove and many other things not herein mentioned. Hale to commence at in a.m. Terms A II sums of SO and less cash, All sums over f5 a credit of nine months' time will be given with approved security. All sums over $T) a discount of three percent. will be given for cash. HNdrltiP; hKH'ISJIttlSiU G. W, Florence, Auctioneer, O. V. Rnnyon, (llerk. 2) per Cent to Loan We are the only Loan Agency in Mercer County who are now able to close 5 per cent loans. The records also show hat the only loans since May at 5 per cent were made by us. Brookhart & Alurlin. Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve ! Good for all Skin Diseases. i ays Your Mom This Offer Is Evidencs cf the Conf.dcnco We Have in UTe FREE Sewing Machine TERMS A3 LOW AS $1 A WCEK We want all our customers and l:ln ol tint city to know that wr are the riclosive arnts of that nhrnoni eitut master piece of sewing niachinrs. The r'KI.K rrrrfilly invented by Win. C. lore of ('liirago. We know it i the lirst machine, bar none, ind it it yocr In tune to buy it on terms, tt low as $1.(1 ) a werk. Altera tlio Mtyli investigation ol all makes, we aie willing to back The FKtE with our uniuuliiird endorsement. We hclitve that when you know whit we know about sewing machines, Sewir.s Machine will be your choice it ii ourt. And after talk inn it over we de cided that the best way to enable you to rind out it) wonderful superiority would be not to advertise iti low price; (if we did, you would be unable to believe that it is absolutely the best sewing machine in the market.) Instead we will offer you The FREE on 30 days Trial we want you to put it in your home side by tide with any other machine. We want you to test it out, try it on all sorts of material. Then, if you are not absolutely satis fied after 30 days that it is the best tewing machine you ever tewed on, and the bipgest bargain you ever heard of at itt very low price we want you to return it and we will refund every cent you have deposited.. You will not be out I penny is, MEE What Would Make a Finer Christmas Present? J. F. McGEE, Keen-Kutter Store .Main Street, CELINA, OHIO Danielson's Swedish Dyes To bs used with Gsscl-na The quickest Hinl ensli-st di-ooi'sk for I'y- tnu Pimm's. lvei, Kltiwers, 1,h(M's. Si Iks, Veiling. Woolen, Cotton, Horse Hair or Straw Gontl; lo Gloves, Shoes Butt Ho Uery without tiiklnir the enrl from plumes or Injury to I he mo-t delicate rubric. For siile by tne R. E. RILEY DRUG CO FARM LOANS At 5 percent on 5 Years' Time With the prlvlh (written In your mortgage) of payluir nny sum In the multiple of f 100 nt any timkbih! stop ping Interest. Will also write your In terest payable any time during the year that you desire to pay the same. JSoother loan agent In Mercee County ever wrote a mortgage with these priv ileges. Will loan on first mortg.-iae up to 5fi per acre. ED. L. BRYSON, Celina. Money to Loan on Horses, CattlP, Farm Implements and Growing Crops at low rate. You can pay buck at any time and top Interest. Business strictly confi dential. For particulars call on Tii3 Celina Mortgage Loan Co. WVCKOKK BLOCK, MAIN AND MARKET STH., CKLINA, O. Look Here! The Wagner Loan Agency Is the only agency iu Mercer Coun ty that will make Chattel Loans so you can pay them back in weekly or monthly payments, or in fitct any way to suit the borrower. We make farm loans at 5 per cent. We have foO.OOO.OO to loan on Chattel .Security. Wo have 1150,000.00 of private money to loan on Keal Kstate Security. W buy and sell Heal Estate. We write Fire and Cyclone Insurance, Ksslnps tstrlrtly Conflitentlnl. Th3 WAGNER LOAN AGENCY IftA E. WAONKR, Mgr. LIA, OHIO k Lin la FISTULA AND ALL DISEASES OF THE RECTUM Dr. MffOllan annnnnon to the foftftnlnn tr tlm puMic tlixt It mukvm realty nf theM iiiuwn.v n.iU liaa hul itO fan eoniUn xperionc No .,nti an4 no detention from buamot KUddor, Kuluoy, bUnvi nd Hkio Dinum And DIioumm of Wnm-n. HUtTK VIM BOOK ON H KV'i'A L ItlSKANKH iVIUK) utl iiidorMUusuta at iiaiiaut oura4 KUbliabnd Ofm. DR. J. J. McCLELLAN Outlook Building. 44 East Brosd Street COLfMDUS, b. Cha JUS 1 W t mi T-u lo (Wi Th K It Pit lhi Irla bHu KtttfW UttTt W IM tit Wf tuf you to that whltt othvr machlnei with rhttraqaara top havy furniture ar io ugly lor ) kitchea Tht FkfcK ia beautiful vncuih for tfat pulor with fta tutactivt Ffcucb let deia and tfuti-ltta japanuitiB. that whlla other machine run hard with no ball bearing or only 2 ten The FK t.K runt at ilghtlr at tbe wheel of a lutpeadmi bicycle with lit t uu of Ball fieaiiuis. thathlle other machine run tlowty with nnle and baking on account of tbcirloug liuttle. or elte are always getting out of order on account of their rotary thunle, I he FB t.. ha "kattmiU" mtvnunt which make ti !airr than round bobbin aud simpler than a thuillt. that while other mac Mae when broken by ac cident are ready for the acrip heap The FREE I inmrsd for 5 years against any kind of accident. In thort, that while other machine are full of annoyance, imperfection and worn Tne FREE 1 perfect, at mutt ij ftrUct. Come and are The FREE de monstrated tomorrow and let us tend it borne with you (or a month' trial. SHERIFF'S SUE. Ktlward B. Keeler, Plalntltr, vs. P ter Keeler et al., tlefetidants. Mercer C'litnniou i'l- as. iiuler of sale No. si. i'Hue S:;r,r, liorket 40. Y VIHTL'K iK AN oKliKIt OF SALE In partition, to me directed hy the t'lerlt of Court of Common lMeas of Mercer Coun ty, i ihlo, I will ollt-r for sale to the highest lildder at the east door or the Coui t-house, lu I ellna, Mercer Count y, chlo, on Saturday, December 3, A D. 1910, At 1 o'clock p.m. on said day, the following descrlhed real estate, to-wit : Mtuateiu the County or Mercer, anil State of Ohio, to-wlt: The east half of the southwest quarter of Heel lou Thirty-four U4), Town Five (6; south, Itauge Two lai east, containing eighty acres, move or less. Also, Lot No. Two (21 of the subdivision of Lots Nos. Klghty-iilne (Mill and N Inety tMtil. Old flat lu the Incorporated ViilMge of Cell ini, Ohio. it is ordered by the court that possession of said farm Is reserved to plalnlllT and de fendants until the expiration of leaie, be ing February KH, 1W1. The elght.v-acre farm described above ap praised at I7.00.isi. The lot described above appraised at (OhO.UI. Terms Cash. (ilven under my hand at Celina, Ohio, this 25th day of October, lUln. A. K. ti KOTH JAN, Sheriff. P. K. KKNXH Y. Attorney. J. E. Mallory Auctioneer, Phone 3 rings on 12, ST. MARYS, OHIO Given npi-elril attention to mlns of Htock. ftirnilnH lnipltjtnt'n (,h hihI huiisebold goods., rrftrrlna lo yenr of experience. Sntisfactlon KHHrHiiltjel. Free notice of hII hhIs in St. Mt.rys Lead er, New Bremen Stern unci Tlie (Jt Una Dem ocrat. Public Sales The following sales come soon : Nov. 25 Henry Good nick, 24 miles north east of Montezuma, slock and farm Imple ments, corn In crll, oats In granary, hay lu mow, household goods. Dec. I Henry I.utteibeln, four miles south of Ht. Marys, 8 miles riorth of New Hremen, S miles est of New Knoxvllle. on Quellhorst pike, horses, cattle, hay, corn and farm machinery. G.W. Haller, Auctioneer, Mention, 0. Gives special attention to all klntlsof pub lic auctions. Stock sales a specialty. Has conducted sales over Northwestern Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, Speuks Kngllsli, German and I,ow Ger man. Six years experience. For reference, 1 refer you to First Na tional Hank. Mendon, O. Address or phone mo for dates. 19-2'it Notice of Teachers' Examinations. Meeting! for the examination of applicant! foi teacherc' certificate, for either common, hifh or special, will be held at the West School Building, in Celina, on the first Saturday of each month of the year. Ezaminationt for pupil who with to trad u ate from the elementary achool will be held in Celina on the third Saturday of April and the third Sat- urdar of May. S. COT! fcKMHN, President; A. C. ElFERT. Clerk; J. W. CLIFTON.. Membri of Rntrd of County Emnlnere. 6IHC5!ESTEn SPILLS DIAMOND LADIES I Ask jonr Or.RiHst for CHI-CHES-TER'S A DIAMOND UKAND PILI.S In Run sndA Gold metallic boxes, sealed with Bluet 0 Jtibboa. Tin so orari. T)nrryorV Wruinrlsl ni ask tk,r lll-f UKS-I f it s V DIAMONU RUANO PII.I.H, lor twrntT-flTQ years rtR-ardfd as Best, Safest, Always Rrlinbl. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS TIMR EVERYWHERE WORTH rust tu DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAIN For Internal end External Pains.