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LS Important properties of the Grape are transmitted by Absolutely to the food. The food is thereby made more tasty and digestible O. II. Clark returned to Mishawaka, Ind., after spending a few days with K. G. Clark and wife. Mrs. A. Morehead, of Celina, is visit- ing her sister, Mrs. K. Sliinabery. Levi Guy visited relatives at Misha waka, Ind., a few days last week. R. C. Ketchntn, of Celina, visited friends here last week. C. T. Fogle spent Thanksgiving with friends lit Ada. Mrs. Annie Williamson visited friends at Lima last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hay O'Neil of Dayton, were the guests of J. II. O'Neil and family several days last week. Ray Hays returned to Deleware, Monday, after spending his vacation with home folks. Elmer Spitler and family spent Sunday with William Little and family. Overcoats for Sale Two full-length overcoats one al most new, other good work coat. In quire at this oflice. HAMBURGER &C0ATE REALTY AGENTS Have for sale near Celina, O., 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. 40 acres, no buildings, but fenced and tiled. 40 acres, in Butler township; good 7 room dwellings and other bulld ' logs. 84 acres in Franklin township; build ings, fenced and tiled. lOO acres In Union township, fine buildings, fenced and tiled. CO acres in Union township, good buildings, Ac. Celina town property In all parts of the town, upon which wo 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 . J YTI TTrx T7 "n1 ritm"y spent Thanksgiving with OlI I V7 I I Alec White and family and enjoyed I I I I I I i tl I J v dinner of venlion and roast goose. iVVVvy I A I M Mm- Cta"T ! L'oyd and Icy UkVw iX Xi. ii km ,m3 spent Thanksgiving? with Wm. Canarr TO, J MERCER suit the purse of the. purchaser. UAUDlinGER&COATE Oflice, TTnlon niock, above Riley. Grlfflth Hard ware Store, CELINA, OHIO. Koicoa Foil spent Sunday with Heed ml Koss lloaueliamp. Mrs. Jeff Ulnrlch and grandchildren, (Jladys and Clyde 1'reaton, spent the rorepart or the week with relative at Uradford. MalUia Moore apent tbe latter part of laat week with Terry Claco and faro ily at Kockford. Grace Service apent Sunday wlthOra To bin and wire. Jake Overly and family, of Bradford, pent the flrat of the week with rela tlvea here. Mra. Frank Moler and aon Clyde visited friends at St. Maryt the latter part of last we? It. Harry Carter, who bai been spend lng the paat few weeki In California, returned home Saturday. Your old Bryan dollar atlll taken on aubicrlptlon at thli oilice. SGUDDER Wm. J. White and wife, Adls Pain, ter and family, J)avid Freeman and family, John White and wife, George White and family, and Clelle Jenkina giving and family. Hcud Wilson entertained over Thanksgiving. company Len Slier and wife and Chas. Slier and family apent Thanksgiving with Chas. Fennlng and family, south of Wabash. John Davla and family and E. Davis spent Thanksgiving at S. F. Wilson's. Wm. J. Sbeward and daughter Ada and children and other relatives spent Thanksgiving with Wm. II. Bastlan. The entertainment riven attheScud. der school was well attended and the program well carried out. It was pleasing to the parents and friends of the young people and greatly enjoyed by all. D. C. Knox, of Cehna, was In this vicinity laat week. Chas. Ointer and wife, of Cellna. spent Sunday with Chas. Siler an family. Elzie McDonald and wife, of Cehna, spent Thanksgiving with B. B. Wilson and family. Opal Laffln spent Saturday with Ma donna Wilson. Mrs. Coe Wilson spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. C. Wiel. Mrs. M. O. Florence and family spent Sunday evening with A. J. Bolee and family. Arthur Siler and wife spent Sunday with Geo. Cokely and family. Mrs. Bessie Hall is still very poorly at this writing. You Can Always Get The best cough medicine If you ask for Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey and look for tbe bell on the bottle. Guaranteed to give satisfaction. Sold everywhere Pure Pennsylvania Buckwheat flour I at Palme it & Millek'h. COLDYATER, ROUTE I Your correspondent has Just whit tled a long point on his pencil to give you tne very best of news. Joe, George and N. X. Boise were husking corn lor Wm. Schrader Friday and Saturday. John Rabe was a business visitor at Ft. Recovery Monday. Wm. Asbell, who has been on the sick list, is Improving slowly. Tbe lecture at the Washington town ship High School last Saturday even ing was well attended and highly ap preciated. George Dixon has moved to Indiana. where he hired out to a farmer for fl!80 a year. The Thanksgiving supper held at Wabash was well attended and was a very pleasant and successful affair. George Bourelle spent Saturday af ternoon with Wm. Shlvely and family. Tbe Misses and Wm. Deltsch were at Celina on business Monday. Joe Boise and Nick Stelzer were help ing wm. Asbell butcher on Tuesday. Seth Runkels performed a like service for Sam Spohn Monday. Dr. Miller passed through here Tues day morning en route to Joe Loshe's, on account of a sick colt. Ralph McMillen delivered a load of hogs to the Coldwater market Wednes day. Photos that apeak for the Boosz Photo Shop. themselves at I Notice to Non-Resident Lot or Land Owners. Auditor's Office, Mercer County, Ohio, I .November 16, A.L. 1U10. I In tbe matter of Ditch Improvement No. Ml, pelloned tor by J. H. Leugers et al. To the Lot or Land Owners and to tbe Cor porations, eliher Public or Private, af fected by said Improvement: You, and each of you. are herebv notified that on the lutli day of .November, 191(1, J , lr. LeuKers and others, filed a petition with the Auditor of Mercer Uouiity, the prayer of wuicu is lor uiu location, deepening, widen ing and straightening of a ditch ou the fol lowing BlurUnu point, route and terminus, to-wK; Uoiumuncliig In the channel of the Wabash Joint Ditch, In Granville Town ship, Mercer Oouuty, Ohio, at tbe south county line of Bald Meroer County, In Hec tlon so. Town IS north. Range y east; thence to follow said Wabash Ditch down stream, to deepen, widen, straighten and relieve the land there along from the flood water where necessary and practicable, through mm in ii an vine Township and Recovery Township, said county, to the eaat line of the Incorporated village of Ft. Hrnvr. Ohio, or to such a point as a good and suffi cient outlet Is obtained, for the purpose of relieving the lands as herein set out, and there terminate. A I ho, for the deepening, widening and straightening and cleaning out of a branch known as the Bear Branch orOorwIn Ditch, lu said Granville Township, from tbe point In same where It has been Improved down stream to where same enters suld Wabash Ultuh. Alao. for the deepening, widening and atiHlKbtening and cleaning out of a branch ditch known as the Voudenbosch 1'ltch, from Its beginning down stream to where same enters saiu wenaNh Ditch. You are nlao notified that the following tune aim piece nave been nxed wben and where the Commissioners of said county will meet for the hearing of said petition, to-wlt: At the beginning of the Improve ment, December 1, lvll), at 10 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of hearing any and all proof offered by any of the parties affected by aald ditch Improvement, whether the said ditch will be conducive to the puhllo health, convenience and welfare; and whether the route described Is the best route; and any and all objections to said proposed ditch Improvement. Any application for compensation or damage, or for any change of route, must be lu writing and filed wltb the Commis sioners on or before the day set for hearing. No further notice of any proceeding lu this mutter will be glv n. L.MORROW. Auditor of M, eer Couuty, Ohio. I Founded 1870 This Has faithfully served its patrons forty years. Within this period financial crises have befallen this and the above record gives conclusive evi dence that the Bank's affairs have been con ducted in such a manner as to hold confi dence and loyalty of its customers. Follow ing the traditions of the past, we aim to-day to guard most carefully every interest of our depositors and to render the best possible service in every branch of banking. We want your business whether large or small, assuring the best security for your deposits, and the most liberal terms if you desire a loan on either personal or mortgage security. The Commercial Bank Co. of Celina, Ohio. E J. P. Loague, formerly of Lima, but now located at Columbus, spent Thanksgiving at home. Merle Langel who attends school at tbe O. 8. U. at Columbus, spent tbe Thanksgiving holidays at bis home here. Nelva Drury, who Is at school at Ada, was at home ovei Sunday. Horace Drury, who has been quite ill, ia Improving and is again out on his farm. C. R. Wurster and wife were' thank ful for the son who arrived Thursday morning. J. B. Williams and G. D. Lewis are visiting James Lewis na wne at tneir nome in Michigan, j Two of our elderly citizens became somewhat incensed at each other con cerning some business matters recen ly, and proceeded very emphaticall to imform each other and tbe bystand ers what they could do, and would do under other circumstances. The wor dy battle was not fought except "with knives and thirty paces," so no serl ous harm was done, but it is to be hoped that the participants will medi tate for some time before they indulge in such a pastime again. Mrs. W. W. Townsend spent th Thanksgiving holidays with ber daughter Ellen at Findlay, where she is attending tbe conservatory of music, Recorder H. C. Thomas and wife, o Celina, ate their Thanksgiving dinner with their son, Geo. Thomas and fam ily, at their home here. D. Loague and wife entertained Mr and Mrs. Brubaker, C. Bowers and family and their son, J. P. Loague, a dinner Thursday. Dell Thomas, who has been visiting bis mother and friends he e, has re turned to the West, Denver being th objective point. Grocery lor ia e One of tbe best groceries In Merce County. In a good town, well located Best of reasons given for selling. For particulars, inquire at this oflice, We are still selling the best salt to be had at 90 cents per barrel. Palm Kit fc Miller, Celina, O. Photos are acceptable at Christmas Boosz can supply you. STOCK SALE Horses, Cows, Sheep We. the undersigned, will offer at public aaln at the fnrm one nine soutn ol ROUK rutiu, beginning at iu a.m., on FRIDAY, Dec. 9, 1910, The following live stock, to-wlt; HOR8K8 Nine bead, consisting of dap pie gray mare, 7 years old, weight 1660, with foal; bay mare, oomlng V years, weight 16(10, with foal ; dapple grey gelding, 6 years old, weigot ukm; nay mare, 7 years old, weight 1400; brown mare, coming S years old, weight 1400; bay gelding, coming 1 years old, weight I860; bay gelding, oomlng 8 years old, weight loou. broke single; bay mare, 1 year old brown mare, spring colt. These are all good draft horses, and the colts are exception ally fine. OOWS-Twelve bead, including 8 Jerseys, others Holsteln, Shorthorn and Durham, Part of these cows are fresh and others will be fresh soon. 8 H K E P 16 head, consisting of 16 full blooded Shropshire ewes and a full-blooded Shropshire buck, eligible to registry. Terms-Sums of 6 and under cash; over 16 a credit of 11 months, purchaser giving a bankable note. Four per cent discount for cash. C. G. WILSON & SONS. Cols. Bevlngton and Johns, Auctioneers. Marlon Pond, Clerk. Lunch stand on ground. The 20th Century Storm Buggy v rower in front titan in the rear, horse while facing the wind. uinking it The front is absolutely storm and rain under construction. Manufactured by The 20th Century Storm l J.. ,,y ; y Bank for over several Nation, ELM GROVE Mrs. Lva. Smith and children, of Lima, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al cert Palmer Friday and Saturday. Mrs. John Steele spent Thanksgiv ing at Celina with her daughter, Mrs. win Dibble. Tne y. o. I. Club, of Celina, consist lng of the Misses X-eia Heiser, Zena Garman, Jennie Goggin, Dora Pond, Sallie Tennant, Leona Winter, Rhea retrie, uertba and Golda Sliivedecker were entertained by Miss Pearl Steele. at the home of her parents, John Steele and wife, Sunday. Albert Palmer, wife and daughter Zorpba were Thanksgiving guests at the home of the former's mother, Mrs rsancy McMacken, at Celina. AndT Rinhifl nnri wlfa nf rnnn-... ma, spent Sunday at the home of Allen siusser ana wire. Charles Andrews, of Ada, spent his Thanksgiving at the home of bis par ents, w. i. Andrews ana wife. Mrs. L. E. Brock and little daugh ter, of Troy, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, J. W. Steele and wife. Mrs. Cal Yaney, who has been ill with malarial fever, is much better at this writing. Fred Vantllburg Is slowly recover lng from typhoid, but his little brother Willie is now suffering from an attack of tbe same disease. A Good Position Can be had by ambitious young men and ladies In the field of "wireless" 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 $70 to $!I0 per month, with good chance of ad vancement. The National Telegraph Institute operates six official institutes in America, under supervision of R. R. and Wireless officials and places all graduates into positions. It will pay you to write them for full details at Cincinnati, O., or Philadelphia, Pa. Photos of qnalitv at the Boosz Studio. Alain street. Phone 94. Public Sale Well Bred Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Farm Implements 1 will offer for sale, at my residence. one mile west of Ft. Recovery, Ohio, on THURSDAY, Dec. 8, 1910, The following described personal property: HORSES Two head, consisting of 1 bay maie. three years old, In foal, weluht about MM), well broke, double or single; one blue roan mare, two yenrs old, weight 1400, and well bred, broke double. OATTLB Five bead, consisting of one Shorthorn registered cow, ten years old, wltb calf by side; 1 Shorthorn heifer, ellKl ble to register. 18 months old : one-half Jer sey cow, V year old, will be fresh soon; 1 Jer sey cow, 4 years old. will be fresh In May : 1 Jersey belfer, 1 year old. One P. O. registered sow, with A pigs br Ide. 100 bead of good young breeding ewes, all bred to good bucks. About three tons of Alralfa bay. FARM IMPLKMENTS 1 Piano binder, Osborne mower, 1 ever-ready Sattley corn planter, 1 Oale sulky corn plow, 1 Shunck breaking plow, 1 disc harrow. 1 Acme har row, 1 spring-tooth barrow, 1 fiO-tooth hnr row, 1 weeder, 1 one-horse drill, 1 corn shel ter, 1 8-lnob tire wagon, 1 low Iron-wheel wagon, 1 tiny ladder, 1 wngon box manure Dreader for wagon, z Inches between (Kil ter stake, 1 set work harness with breech- n, l set single buggy Harness, set Ily nets, usborn nay tedder. HOUSEHOLD GOODS-Oonslstlng of one mperlal Universal base burner.'wlze HI In. re pot. good as new; one round oak heater. for coal or wood; 1 large Iron kettle and many other articles not herein mentioned Haletocommenceatioa.m. Terms made know on day of sale. ALBERT H. MUTHERT. R, H. Scott, Auctioneer. The time of the year' is here when a Storm Buggy comes in nicely. Are you supplied with one ( It 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- pleasing to the eye and easy on the proof, Come and inspect the top while Buggy Co., St Henry, O. Bess Howlck left for Dayton Mon day morning for an Indefinite stay. Kstolla Davis was called to Battle Creek, Michigan, Wednesday by tbe serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. Randolph. Gene Kinder was home for Thanks giving from Oxford. ' Cretia Fry singer and Hazel Dixon returned to Westerville Monday, Charlotte Fryslnger visited Celina friends last Friday and Saturday. Arthur Dull went down Into one of tbe ear corn bins Tuesday to remove a clog In the hopper, when tbe corn caved lnonbim. It was with much dlllleul ty that he was removed. While it was a close call, he sustained no serious In- j Jury. Jess Hasher suffered a partial stroke or paralysis Tuesday forenoon and la In a very serious condition. Miss Lydla Truby Is ill at ber home on h irst street with typhoid fever J. F. Smith left Saturday for Tampl co, Mexico, to look after farm interests Clial. McOough lost a valuable cow Monday eveniag. D. C. Kinder was a Celina vlaitor on Tuesday. James Lloyd and wife and Kdward Lloyd, wife and daughter returned .Saturday evening from a trip to Jack son, Ohio. We call tbe attention of our readers to the stock sale advertisement of C. G. Wilson & Sons on another page of mis issue of The Democrat. FOREST HILL Wilber Thorp and wife, of Celina, spent Thanksgiving wltb the latters parents, Elmer McClureand family. Sherman Johnson spent Sunday wltb John Mayer. Will Hill and wife spent Sunday with Ueo. Stober and family. Will Purdy and family went through bere Sunday. Mary' Johnson spent one night last week wltb ber grand parents, L. L. Sapp and wife. Mrs. Sol Shock was at Rockford Sat urday on business. D. T. and Murray Ruffner are mov ing to their new homes, the former to Wood county and the latter to Michi gan. May success go with them. Murray Ruffner and family and M. Williams and family spent Thanks giving with John R. Williams and family at Rockford. John Hinders and son Boyd called on Jerry JohnBon and family Saturday Ethel and Florence McClure spent thanksgiving at home. Mrs. Clarence Brenstetter was at Rockford Friday. David Whitney is preparing to move to his new home. Make Up Your Own Mind When In tbe need of a eouirh medicine. If you buy Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey we guarantee you get the best. Public Sale Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Farm Im plements, Household Goods The undersigned will sell at public sale, three miles east and one-half mile north of CHATTANOOGA, and one mile west and two miles north of Hlnton, Ohio, on the Henry tiroth farm, ou THURSDAY, Dee. 15, 1910, Uomraenclng at 10 a.m., the following per sonal property: HORSES Eight head, consisting of one 5-year-old Helgiau mare, In foal, weight lMi pounus; o cons, comings: years old; 1 hvr cheron mare colt, 1 Percberon gelding colt 1 driving colt and one yearling colt. CATTLE Seven head, consisting of two much cows, giving milk, will be fresh In spring; 1 thoroughbred red polled cow. Klv lng milk: 1 IH-rnoii tli-old steer. 1 6-months old Durham bull calf; Si 4-months-old belfer calves. SHEEP Thirteen head good breeding ewes anu i rein. FARM IMPLEMENTS 1 farm wagon. 1 Osborne bay tedder, 1 edge drop check row er, 1 riding cultivator, 1 spring-tooth har row, 2 spike-tooth harrows, 1 hoe drill, 1 roller, 1 breaking plow, 1 set hay ladders, 1 IU00 lb platform scale, 1 Bet breeching har ness (Schunck make), Iron kettle, log chain, sealdlng trough, double trees, single trees and other articles. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Consisting of 1 cupboard, ward robe, 12cbalrs, 1 rocker, 1 bedstead and springs, milk can, washing machine, 2 gallon lard press, beating stove, trunk, Ac. Terms-All sums of 15 and less cash. All sums over 16 a credit of nine months' time will be given, purchaser giving note wltb approved security. A liberal discount for cash. ALBERT GROTH Miller Welsenborn, Auctioneers. Philip Kahle, Clerk. Money to Loan on Horses, Cattle, Farm Implements and Orowing Crops I at low rate. You can pay back at any time and stop interest. Business Btrictly confi dential. For particulars call on The Celina Mortgage Loan Co. WYCKOFF BLOCK, MAIN AND MARKET BT8., CELINA, O. per Cent iniv E 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 that the only loans since May at 5 per cent were made by us. Brookhart & Murlin. SUTEEELO'S EASLE EYE SALVE Chatte Loans Good for Nothing but tho Eye9 9 f Q) . J) Jf r 7T-x Days Vv Trial if zf ;it i -r: . rrrtrir in your own Home mi . These are the remarkably liberal terms upon which we sell that new and improved sewing machine which was recent'-- 'nvented by Wm. C. Free, which hds been so widely advertise Women's Magazines, and which is revolutionizing the sewing machine business, ' Because of the fact that The FREE it told to much lower than the hest known tewing machines, we have agreed never to publish the price broadcast. You would judge its quality by its cost. You would not believe that absolutely the best sewing machine in the world could be obtained at such a bargain. So instead of talking price, we have decided to make it easy for you to own The FREE and finJ out its qualitv yourself. We will sell it to you at your own terms, as low as $1.00 a week, and to show you how we place our whole establish ment back of this wonderfully perfect machine without the least qualification, we offer it to you on 30 dayi Trial in your own home. Sew on it for 30 days. Give it any hard test you can think of for 30 days. Compare it point by point with any other machine. Then if you have not been convincej that it it the best machine you ever heard of, the most convenient, the most improved, and if the low price does not delight you return the machine to us. W will refund your deposit to that the trial will not cost you one cent. ( Our rciioa lor staking roo this offer It to fcivt roa notict bow nocb lighter iti t mi of ball birlogt mike ii run. bow much finer tti Hototcillo Movement mikes it mw bow much eaier It Is to ose its Shuttle Ejector than roar fimer nails or screw driver much better It is to hive a Kotary Spool Pit) that keeps tbtetd from breaking or tightening So Come and See The FRE,E tomorrow and lake it home with you What Would Make a Finer Christmas Present? J. F. McGEE, Keen-Kutter Store Main Street, CELINA, OHIO FARM LOANS At 5 percent 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. Will also write your In terest payable any time during tbe year that you desire to pay tbe same. No other loan agent In Mercee County ever wrote a mortgage with these priv ileges. Will loan on first mortgage up to 165 per acre. ED. L. BRYS0N, Celina. Executor's Sale of Real Estate TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF J. tbe Probate Court of Mercer County Ohio, I will oiler for sale at public auction on the 17th day of December, 1010. at o'clock in the afternoon, sale to be held on the premises, the following described r?al estate, situate In tbe Village of Celina, Mer cer county, and state of Ohio, to-wlt: Beginning twenty-two 122 feet south of the northeast corner of Inlot Number Two Seventy-nine (27D); thence running south forty-four (44) feet; thence west parallel with Livingston street to the west line of Lot Number TwoNlnety tHHO): thence north forty-four (44) feet; thence east parallel ltn iivingston street to the place of be ginning. Being In the Village of Cellna, Mercer iiounty. Ohio, and being parts of In lots Numbers Two Seventv-nlne ( 27H and Two Ninety (2(K)) as the same are known on the recorded plat thereof. The street num ber of buildings are numbers Two Hundred seven (2i7) and Two Hundred Nine (Sou). and said real estate aforesaid Is situate on tbe west side of North Main street, between Livingston street and Fulton street. Said lots will be offered for sftle seDaratelv and as a wnoie. Bald property Is appraised at Thlrty-sev. en Hundred (S7(i.on) Dollars. The south one-half hi). Twenty-two (!) feet of the above described lot fronting on Main street Is appraised at Nineteen Hundred Fifty (HlHfiO.oo) Dollars, and the north Twenty-two Vtt) reet rrontlng on Main street Is anorals ed at Seventeen Hundred Fifty (?1750.(i0) uonars. Terms of sale Cash. JOHN LENT. Executor of the estate of Kev. J. A. Dom lnlc Shunk. D. E. Kelley, Att'y for Executor. Bernard Romer, Auctioneer. 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 suit the borrower. We make farm loans at 5 per cent. We have (10,000.00 to loan on Chattel Security. We have $150,000.00 of private money to loan on Real Kstate Security. We buy and sell Real Estate. We write Fire and Cyclone Insurance. Business Htrlrtly Confidential. ThaWAGNER LOAN AGENCY IRA E. WAGNER. Mgr. CELINA, OHIO ... t . iFISTULA ID IU, DISEASES OF THE RECTUM Dr. nlln snnounoM to ptofmlou met th. 1-uWlo IhHl h. make. i,,.tT of tlim ,1 Id.uk. &ii1 hN. hid tfU ye.r oon.Unt ULMriRIK'.. 1U! tmiti nrl no detention from buiinM. HI.tUfr, KiJnty, Wood ind Skin DImum tnd Dlm.au of W,.nin. WaiTk HK BOOS ON kKTlL uiskirks iiuffi and indorMmwmot UuH mirad falitUUhod MM). DR. T. T Mrn PT T AM Outlook Bulldlno, p., ,.,... i 44 Eut Brosd Strsel IGll'MDUS, U. PILES VsMs3 A Week mm 111 X - S it K ITt tm'iui ments Sewing filachine bow much more ornamental In Prencb-teg de sign and duii!i japanning art bow much mute convenient it is to hav id Automatic Tenikm Release. Automatic Lock ing drawers, ao Improved Head Latch, Beit thai never cnmei off. and a b rears Insurance Policr ignust everr kmd of accident. SHERIFF'S SALE. Edward B. Keeler, Plaintiff. vs. Peter Keeler et al defendants. Mercer Common Pleas. Order of sale No. M, Page 8867, Docket 40. BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE In partition, to me directed by tbe Olerk of Court of (Joinmon Pleas of Mercer Coun ty, Ohio, I will ofTer for sale to the highest bidder at the east door of the Court-house, in Cellna, Mercer County, Ohio, on Saturday, December 3, A.D. 1910, At 1 o'clock p.m. on said day, the following described real estate, to-wlt: Situate in the County of Mercer.and State of Ohio, to-wlt: The east half of tbe southwest quarter of Section Thirty-four (!H), Town Five (6) south, Range Two (2) east, containing eighty acres, more or less. Also, lot No. Two (S) of the subdivision of Dots Nos. Eighty-nine ISO) and Ninety (HO), Old Plat in the Incorporated Village of Cell na, Ohio. , it Is ordered by the court that possession of said farm Is reserved to plaintiff and de fendants until tbe expiration of lease, be ing February SM. lull. The elgbty-acre farm described above ap praised at (7,000.0(1. The lot described AhnvA nnnrnUpri .t $SO0.00. Terms Cash. Given under my hand at Cellna. Ohio, this 25tb day of October, 1W0. A. B. GROTHJAN, Sheriff. P. E. KENNE Y. Attorney. Public Sale The undersigned will offer at public sale it her residence, two miles southeast of Mendon and one mile west of the Hethel Church, on THURSDAY, Dec. 8, 1D10, com mencing at 10 a.m., nine bead of borses, 7 head cattle. 6 head hoes, a large number of farm Implements and household goods. MRS. AMELIA MILLER. J. E. Mallory Auctioneer, Phone 3 rings on 12, ST. MARYS, OHIO Gives special attention to sales of Stock . farming Implements and household goods, referring to years of experience. satisfaction guaranteed. Free notice of all sales In St. Marys Lead er, Now Bremen Stern and The Cellna Dem ocrat. Public Sales The following sales come soon: G.W. Haller, Auctioneer, Mendon, 0. Gives SDeclal attention to all kinds of nnh- lic auctions. Stock sales a specialty. Has conducted sales over Northwestern Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. SpeakB Miigltsb, German and Low Ger man. Six years experience. For reference. I refer vou to First Na tional Rank, Mendon, O. Address or phone me for dates. 19-ft't Notice of Teachers' Examinations. Meeting, for the examination of applicant, for teacher.' certificate., for either common, high or pecial, will be held at th Weit School Building, in Celina, on the first Saturday of tach month of the year. "Examination, for pupil, who with to graduata from the olementary .chool. will be held in Celina on th third Saturday of April and th third Sat urday oi May. S. COTTEKMHN, Prc.idsnt; A.C. ElFERT. CUrki J. W. CLIFTON.. Mmber. of Rhard of Countr Examlnor. CHICHESTER S FILLS DIAMOND GO BRAND LADIE9 I Auk yone Uralat for CHI-CHEfV-TER'S A DIAMOND UKAND PILLS in Ked ndCV Gold metallic boxes, sealed with BlueCO) Ribbon. rs HO CTB. Bit f T.rV IrurUI a.d a.k f.r imi.Cllea-Tf.it a V MAMONU BltlMD FILLS, for twentr-flvn years regarded as Beat.Safest, Always Reliable, SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS m EVERYWHERE SIS 194. ti Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve Good for all Skin Diseases.