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THE tT.I.INA PEMOCBAT Notice to Farmers and Owners of Stock We do not wish you any bad luck, but if your Hoc k dies or gets old and worn out, we will pay highest prices for inif. Telephone charges paid by us. Calls answered at once from any distance. The following prices are now in force: Dead Horses, $2.00. Dead Cows, according to size, $1.00 to $5.00. Live Horses, delivered at plant, from $4.00 to $7. 50, accord ing to size and condition. Highest market prices paid for butchered Heef Hides. Prices subject to change without notice. The Montezuma Fertilizer Co. MONTEZUMA, OHIO DEMON RUM Too Much for These Hostler, and They and Their Charge Arc Cuuno of Suspicion Portland, Ind. Sun The uctious of a drunken hostler, tnroute from Celina, Ohio, to Gene va, with a team of mules und a rouu horse, caused Sheriff Flemnilug und his deputy, Glenn Arbuugh to make a hurried trip Into Noble and Wabush townships shortly after midnight, on Wednesday. In response to appeals from farmers o fthat section. The mules were hitched to a buggy and the horse, to which was strapped a set of harness, was being led behind the vehicle. The ollicers tracked the outfit to within one mile of New Corydon where trace was lost and then re turned to the city. Early Thursday forenoon information jeached them that the roan horse was In custody of William Haley, farmer of near Mt. Zion church, but he knew nothing of the whereabouts of the mule team, buggy and driver. It developed lat er in the day, Thursday, that the an imals belonged to a Geneva horse buyer. He had sent one party out of Celina with the outfit for Geneva, 0hly to learn that the horse and mule wer abondoned east of Ft. Recovery, second hostler was dispatched then to continuethe trip an he had be come intoxicated at Ft. Recovery and losing his way enroute from there to Geneva, later lost the horse. The animals were said to be great ly excited and quite warm from their rough, speed treatment, and the farm ers of the community through which the outfit was taken, believed for a time that horse thieves were In their midst. The owner was in Portland, Thurs day in search of his property and was directed where to And the horse. Also the musicians, Albert Oast and Albert II. Dorsten, for the musio ren dered. That we thank the officer of the Institute for the able and efficient services they have given. That we thank Branch No. 943, C. K. of A., for the us0 of their hall and also In making the Institute possible. That we petition the State Agricul-. tural Commission to give us an Insti tute with state aid for next year. That we thank all persons who by their attendance made the lnstltue a splendid success. Finally, That one copy of said res olutions be sent to the State Agricul tural Commislon and one to be print ed in a county paper. Coldwater Chronicle. FOUR-COUNTY V. ). W. Booster Association Name of New Organization of Which Mercer County is Member f J ' t 4 Last Sunday afternoon an organl- zation was perfected at he W. O. W. hall at Wapakoneta, that will here after be known as the Four County WV O. W. Booster Association. The association has for its object the hold ing of one or more general picnics each year, and otherwise boosting the social features of the order. The association is composed of three delegates from each of Camp !ln Mercer, Auglaize, Allen an Shelby counties. Those in attendance at tne meeting from the local lodge were: Ora M. Roser, C. W. Hole and G. W. Morrow. A permanent organization was ef fected by the election of the following iolUcers: Chairman, A. J. Harrie, of St. Marys; first vice chairman, Jacob Shaw, of Lima; second vice, George Kistner, of Bodkins; secretary, J. 1'. Rice, of Wapakoneta; treasurer, G. W. Morow, of this city. It was decided to hold the first pic nic at the City Park at Lima during June, 1917. The next meeting of the association will be held at St. Marys on Sunda, March 18. LUELLA BARR McKEE, Logan. County. BROAD TRAINING RECEIVED AT SEVERAL INSTITUTIONS Judge at State and County Fairs; Chautauqua Worker of Experience. Few farmers' institute speakers en gaged in home economics have enjoy ed more educalional advautaes than Luella Earr MoKee, wiio is to speak to the women at the coming farmers' In stitute. In addition to having studied with Mrs. Rohrer and Mrs. Ida Cogs well Ealley Allen, Mrs. McKce has received training at the Cock County Normal, the Misses Law's School, the New York State Normal, t"ne Indiana State Normal, the Ohio State Univer sity and the Chicago School of Home Economics. She has been Judge of women's de partments at state and county fairs in six states and in addition has found time to do Chautauqua work as a lec turer and demonstrator in domestic science. Among the subjects of Mrs. Mo Kee's lectures are "The Housewife's Pride," "The Neglected Busy Woman," "The Fourth R Right Living," "The New Profession Home Mak ing," "Other People's Money" anil "Contest Work in Judging." Mrs. McKee is on the program at the Chattanooga farmers' institute next week, and appears before the ladies session on Friday, the 9th. GANG Of Thieves ' Evidently nave Ft. Re covery Going Steal Everything from Sausage to Hard Cash Thieves forced entrance through a window of the L. E. & W. depot Sat urday night and after prying open tne cash drawers secured about nine aoi lars. A small pane of glass was broken in the outh window permitt ing the thieves to raise the sash. Monday evening the ice box of the St. Clair hotel was broken into and several young dressed chickens were removed. Before retiring for the night one of the employees went out on the rear porch to see if the Ice box was safely locked and discovered the locks had been brokn open. The huckster wagon of E. W. Mo Clintock was broken into Tuesday night and a quantity of groceries stolen. The wagon was put up for the night In a barn near the stirrup factory. The theft of small articles Is also reported from other sections of the city. There seems to be a fairly well organized "gang" compoed of local talent which is responsible for many of the thefts but it Is rather difficult to secure any posilve evidence. Fort Recovery Tribune-Journal. NEPTUNE CASSELLA Farm Institute a Good One, and An other for Next Year Will Be Asked of State The farmers' Institute held at Cas sella last week was well attended and proved to be one of the best and most Instructive Institutes ever held there. At the conclusion of th work of the institute the following resolutins, prepared by a emmittee composed of Frank Relchert, John Seigrist and Al bert H. Dorsten, were unanimously adopted: Whereas, The fourth annual farm ers' institute of Marlon township Is drawing to a successful close, there fore be It reolved by the farmers' In stitute assembled: That we thank our Instructors, I. M. Biddinger and L. A. Breckler, for their able and Instructive addresses. The Neptune Grange -held a very interesting meeting on Friday even ins, January 26. After a short business meeting and recess, the program of the evening was taken up. A musical guessing contest resulted in Vermont Young capturing first prize, a $1.35 book. The second place was a tie between Ernest Kelley and Bernice Lewis, the prize being $1 worth of merchandise. E. E. Garwick then led the class" in agriculture. He was very successful in holding the attention of all, and drew out some very instructive points on the structure and growth of plants. An automobile race was a very laughable feature of the evening, the prize, a box of candy, being divided between Ray Copeland and Harry Pi per. On next Friday evening, Miss Ethel Davis will lead in a lesson in domestic science. The fourth number of the Grange lecture course was given Saturday ev ening to a full house, by the Ithaca Glee Club and was an excellent en tertainment, and was much enjoyed by all. Sore Throat Wisdom. To relieve Sore Throat you must get at the seat of the disease, removing the cause. Nothing else does that so quickly, safely and surely asTONSlLINE. A dose of TONSILINB taken upon the first appearance of Sore Throat may save long days of lickness. Uae a little Sore Throat wisdom and buy a bottle of TONSI LINB today. You may need it tomorrow. TONSILINB is the standard Sore r Throat remedy best known and tff a. j J i. ,T . 1- mum ruecuve una mom usuu. joun for the long necked fellow on the bottle when you go to the drug store to get it. 2."c. and 60c. Hospital Size fl.00. All Druggist. L3 ill u yiSuu We bave made arrangements with tlie Bonnet Urown Company, of Chicago, for the furnishing of cuts and lay outs for any kind or form of advertising. This service is the best in America, und it is possible for local merchants to get the same cut service through us as the big city dailies are using. Every cut is up to -A ate. Lay outs are obtainable the same week they are being used in the Chicago Tribune, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the New York World and other metropolitan dailies. Never before has it been possible for a weekly paper to furnish this service without a considerable added outlny on the part of the advertiser, and even now it is only offered to the paper recognized by advertisers as the leader in its section. This service is exclusively witli us. We can furnish merchants with advertising service uiuch better limn that sold by traveling advertising solicitors lit less than one-third the cost of h ref!ular,dcr tising service. Besides this, cuts suitable for every occasion can be. ordered each month. In this service we sell the cuts to yon forfutureu.se. We will be glad to explain the mutter more freely. Call THE CELINA DEMOCRAT. Phone 22 PERSONAL Mrs. Henry Leiser, East Wayne St., is home from a visit with her daugh ter, Mrs. Paul Starr, at Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hemmert and daughter, Miss Amelia, are spending a couple of weeks at Mt. Clemens, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Conner, of Route 5 out of this city, were among our callers Wednesday, making their annual renewal. Mrs. William Perce, of Bowing Green, Ky., has returned home after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kaudabaugh. Mrs. E. S. Thilley and daughter, Miss Helen, are guests this week of their daughter and sister Mrs. LeRoy Smith and family at Detroit, Mich. Misses Bertha Dugan, Victoria Lennaitz aud Mary Wesker and Mrs. Ed Meisman are home from a couple of weeks' southern tour, which in cluded a visit to Cuba. Peter Weis ,of Dayton, was a visit or in tnis city, last aionuay. lie re ports some improvement in the con dition of their daughter, Miss Ella, recently operated upon. Gabriel Lamborn, Portland, Ind., joined his family here last Saturday for a couple days visit at the home of Mrs. Lamborn 's sister, Mrs. Donald Emerson and family, Eat Fulton St Mrs. Charles Wlss and son, are here from Wapakoneta for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter I.edwedge, prior to moving to their new home at Toledo, where Mr. Wiss has accepted employment. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fanger, East Wayne street, had a stheir Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Adam Ketten ring. Miss Elsie Cole and Wm. Lein inger, of Washington township; Wm. Kettenring, of Lebanon, Nebraska, and Kalph Fanger, of Ft. Wayne, Indiana. SOCIAL STOCK FOB SALE One nine-year-old gray horse, one mare colt, coming 2 year old, one horse colt, coming one years old; seven-year-old cow, will be fresh the first part of March. HENRY RANSBOTTOM, Celina Route 5 The G. and I. club was pleasantly entertained last Tuesday evening by Mrs. Henry Lennaitz, West Wayne stret. In the progerssive euchre contet favors fell to Mesuames Philip Beiersdorfr and Joe Scmldt. Mr. G. S. Johnston, North Main street, was hostess to the 1 1 1 4 club last Ttieday afternoon. Mis Beatrice Taylor, Godfrey ave nue .pleiiantly entertained the !!ri.; club last Monday evening. Follow ing the usual needle work hour bridge was enjoyed ,the favor falling to Miss Elizabeth Miller. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Raudabaugh, North Wftlnut street, entertained the following guests last Sunday evening: Superintenden and Mrs. Pogue; Prof. West and family, LeRoy Jenkins and family, E. M. Dull and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ernsberger and daughter. Mrs. George Hendrick and daugh ter, Miss Agnes, pleasantly entertain ed the girl employes of the Rentzsch dry goods tore, at their home on East Anthony street, Wednesday evening. At progressive dominoes favors fell to Misses Margaret McKirnan and Bertha Myers. Misses Mary Langel and Ruth Cot tertnan pleasantly entertained the Tri l'si club last Friday evening at the Cotterman home, North Main street. At progressive rook Miss Rulh Johnson won the prize. Mrs. F. A. Snyder and Mrs. S. Murchland will entertain the ladies' aid society of the Presbyterian church at the Snyder home, East Livingston street, this afternoon. LITTLE MISS Wunllny; lo Sh Her Piul, Just Gets on W. O. Car and Goon to Lima l See Him Stole March on Friends Mrs. Etta Stewart, daughter of B. W. Cunningham and Frank Perry of Louisville, Ky., were united in mar riage at Louisville on January 4. The fact has just been made known to their friends, the couple having re turned recently from a wedding trip to New Orleans. The groom is a building contractor at Louisville where they will make their home. Ft. Recovery Tribune-Journal. Iove for her father caused Made leine, aged nine years, to come all the way from Celina last night to visit her father, who is employed in Lima at the Locomotive corporation. Madeleine and her small sister, Dor othy, six years of gae live with an aunt n Celina. Their mother is dead. They were in Lima over Sunday to visit with their father. He took them home Monday night. Yesterday Madeleine went to school as usual. Then as night came on, she longed for the big arms of her father. Aunt ie just wouldn't do. So she boarded a car which left Ce lina about 6 o'clock and the child was not noticed until she changed cars at Wapakoneta, having ridden along side a woman who was coming to Lima and who thought he little girl was coming here to be met by friends. When she reached Lima at 8 o'clock last night, she was turned ov er to Probation Officer George F. Bar rett. She remembered her father boarded at the end of the street car line. She could tell her name. "I want my papa, for I just love him and I couldn't stay away from him any longer," she told Officer Bar- l rett. He called the father out of bed I and told him that his little girl was here and was waiting for him. The father took her with him to his I boarding house and she will make a longer visit n Lma. Maybe her fath er will keep the two little ones in Li ma always, now Lima Times-Democrat. The little child referred to In the above article is the daughter of Lige Lynch, former well known character of this city, but who now resides In Lima. NOTICE- -PROPERTY FOR IN MERCER SALE Good location, seven room house, good out house, fcood well and cistern, small burn 114 lot of ground. Any one wishing to locate address. MERCER P- O. BOX, 121, MEHCKU, OHIO. Hi ir RAYOLIGHT YOUR PLACE YOU can always be sure of a clear white light, indoors and out, if you use RAYOLIGHT OIL' in your Rayo lamps and lanterns. Its soft mellow glow will make your sitting-room bright and comfortable. Its light is steadier than gas, more restful than electricity and cheaper than either. RAYOLIGHT OIL in the Rayo lanterns assures you of a perfectly steady and flicker less light in the severest of storms. Absolutely uniform in quality, it is efficient to the last drop. The Standard Oil Co. (Ohio) 1 me,' aer '-'. ( 1 : ,!.'.'M','iiy,wj f(4! s DEUnmiEEIT T ffi SALE Th Unda. lota and inrta of lota returiiud dtillmiui'iit by th TrMaurar of Mercer County lira contained and deacrlbed In Hie follow Inn llata, vU.l 5P OWNER'S NAME HorolT, Michael lioruir, Mary Kti,.rnolo W. H lilh. C. H.&O. V. Eaken Kh Mt, Jacob a WlllHln, C. 11 Hm klny. A. L.. Kind, W. H. & Co Stiidi'bnk'T, Harvey FMr, Uuy M. & Vlrfle. D 3 DESCRIPTION a H o ...HO ...64 Yocum, EllMi Wlltale, C. H.... Miller, L. E. & L. Uimond, 11. E. l'lotMinun, J. M MARION Heckmnn, Mary & Liin. HurtiiiK OBtfiloh, John I 4 12 K NE N I'liri K'A HI-: ROCKFOHD SCHOOL 1)1 STRICT 2 4 8 IS fr hms DO 2 4 8 Out Hid cor. Nhanna Rra, 2 ltOCKKORD COIU'OKATIUN lxt 1 Lot 16 K'i lAit U,H , 2 4 l't tilO cor River I't. O. U 18 , l't O 1. 18 MEN DON CORPORATION lAl 11 H ad Ia1 27 H ad I lAtt 41 E ad I Ail GD lAit lil 1 Hit ton add TOWNSHIP S'f JOHN bCHOOL DISTRICT ir.zio 3160 4620 100 100 fiuoo 720 840 110 210 670 840 670 60 400 R 71 76 42 UK 10 86 27 4 98 167 40 24 10 41 41 2 64 7 til 21 42 28 16 14 10 4 118 Home IlunkinK Co SVlHitmun, Fred t'nlon Ilundlo Co RECOVERY Hcllla, Wm Urltdit, Florence Furmcr's & Merchant Feed Store 7 23 Out 8W cor SB SK... . 2 9 50 10 82 7 2 Vt NW NW 2.66 2040 24 12 I'UTHOFK SCHOOL DISTRICT . 4 12 31 Out K ad fr aiR '..207.69 14400 230 02 CHICKASAW SCHOOL DISTRICT , : 7 l.r Out NK N't NIC 34 480 10 01 CHICKASAW CORPORATION Lot 12 Imh-h&KIk.t mid. 300 9 87 TOWNSHIP MONTERKY SCHOOL DISTRICT ,17 8 Cut t NW NW 17 10S0 16 88 RECOVERY SCHOOL DISTRICT , 1 7 1!) Lot 7 H ad 2 670 I 81 RECOVERY CORPORATION Ixita 6 A 6 CENTER TOWNSHIP Kant, O. B 3 6 14 Out lot 8 South West... .76 Coiwlund. John l"t 7 A 8 N.-otune HLACKCREEK TOWNSHIP MhUt, Wm. J 1 4 14 Pt. Euwt Vt S.W 30 Same i'ui i. .u. . enu n.w.iu 7700 18S 17 Same Il.ni, Caroline Heap, Guy... . Heap, Guy... . Gilbert Eatate.. 60 E. ml N. ' N W 31.60 C1ILHERTS SCHOOL DISTRICT ,. 2 li 25 S tt S. W. FT. t 64 It. H. E. Ft. Sec 77 QU1NTER SCHOOL DISTRICT Pt. S. F. Si-c BURKETTSVILLE CORPORATION Ixitrt 27 At 3b ST. HICNRY SCHOOL DISTRICT Kcena, Pat 2 17 16 E. '4 Lot 14 S.W. Cor... 2 Minuter brewing Co Ixt 3. Ice House WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP Denney, W. J L. 2&i Ulock 6, Macodon Ward. j. E. & Ella 1. 9.13.14 loudonlieck ad Hottlo, Julia O. L. 9 Orr Add BUTLER TOWNSHIP Kenna.-d, J. W. lira 2 16 Pt. l-ot 13 60 BURNTWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT Myers. J. A 2 6 27 E. End N. N.E 60 Same W. End N. N. E 1U.50 COLDWATER CORPORATION fielder, Andy 2 6 33 Out N. Side N.E. 190 ft. Due's, Pliilomina Out I Ail 55 . Raul). Joseph l-ot 2H Citizens Add.... Same '-ot 2(1 1 Citizens Add... Honifuce. Peter Lot 210 Citizens Add. .. . Rosenbeck, W '-ot 240 Fetzer's Add... Same lx)t 241 Fetzer'a Add... Knapschafer, Eli I-"t 218 CELINA SCHOOL DISTRICT Kahle, Christ L. 31 Forest Heights ad. 60 790 2460 15HJ 3160 6X00 6000 6440 80 690 190 270 100 310 90 6.100 1260 200 1150 150 160 120 80 80 100 1 49 14 96 37 83 23 84 48 44 76 70 79 26 0 36 27 46 10 41 2 70 2 90 3 86 t 76 1 90 96 04 22 66 6 24 27 05 3 62 3 62 3 74 2 87 2 87 3 12 D... Urown. Alfrtd... Newcomb, A. R... Newcoml), Hattie. Flailur, A. B Mevers. Jesse W. Shindeldecker, J. Wlltsle, C. II Andrews, C. C AVolf, Ceo. K Same Brandon, Sarah ku.-nif,', Chas. E Same Same Same Cole, Henry Riley. C. E Meyers, Jesse W Unireror, Wm. & Eliz Andrews, l-o Kincaid, J. W CencebaUKh, Mara;. ..... .Mercer Co. Bldg. & Loan. .Springer, L. E Mercer Co. Bldg. & Loan. Bender, Susan. 90 60 690 40 660 1 74 1 16 11 12 79 7 27 L. 109 lOt 33 Hawkins Add... lxit 34 Hawkins Add. . . Lot 68 Hawkins Add CELINA CORPORATION 3 6 6 Pt. S. O. L. E. of Celina 1.33 Pt. S. O. L. E. of Celina 1 lxt 8 Dlckman's 2nd ad. lAtt 17 TouVelle'a 2nd ad Lot 18 " " " a1 19 " " " lAit 43 " " " lAit 71 Jjike View Add.. lAtt 72 " I At 73 lMt 74 Ia1 127 At 164 Ix)t 165 Lot 4. Block 1, Citizens aa Lot 13 Wllklns ad Lot 62 Brookslde MONTEZUMA CORPORATION Lot 8 Lot 31 N. "4 Lot 32, 23 feet lx)t 33 GIBSON TOWNSHIP 1 "15 15 , Pt. -.W. H 10 RECOVERY SCHOOL DISTRICT Potkotter, Henry 1 15 21 E. '4 N.E. vt 80 RECOVERY CORPORATION Wurdeman, Alfred 1 15 !t I't. L. 21 6 31 VanKirk, Harry H 1 15 16 Lot 1 o. S.W.H of Lot 2 .20 Wurdeman, Alfred I't. W. S. Lot 4 13.60 Watkins, Edgar I't. L. 2 10 Roop, B. W lx)t 9 O. P Marlin, J. C Ixt 13 Out Cent Same Lot 37 S. Pt Cunningham, Berry Lot 2 W. Pt.M.P.D. add. Wagner, Albert O. L. 4 N. V- Cull G. F Lot 34 Kremlins Add... And notice Is hereby given that the whole of said several tracts, lots or parts of lots, or as much thereof as may be necessary to pay the taxes and penalties charged thereon, will be sold by the County Treasurer at the Court House In said County on the 2nd Tuesday in February, (February 13th)) 1917, unless said taxes and penalties 'c i,t-iuie mm. nine, arm mai xne sale win ue conunued Irom day to day, until the several tracts, lots and parts of lots shall have lieen sold or offered for sale. J. F. STEIN BRUNNER, County Auditor. 300 830 400 370 170 170 900 90 90 100 110 3!I0 170 170 110 110 540 ' 450 200 300 . 330 . 690 6920 470 150 1190 30 220 1380 1C60 190 620 80 10 16 35 39 20 60 9 23 4 25 4 25 22 47 2 23 2 23 2 60 2 76 13 18 10 30 6 76 4 69 6 67 18 26 9 01 6 20 11 84 8 2 9 63 97 89 11 26 12 21 28 48 96 10 69 44 62 66 81 4 64 12 46 4 87 PROGRAM (Continued from First Page) premium 75c, 2nd 50c, 3rd 25c. 10 ears sweet corn, any variety 1st premium 75c, 2nd 50c, 3rd 25c. Limited to children of school age Best Loaf Bread 1st Premium 75c, 2nd 50c, 3rd 25c. Best Layer Cake 1st Premium 75c, 2nd 50c, 3rd 25c. Best Made Garment 1st Premium 75c, 2nd 50c, 3rd 25c. Limited to Girls of school age Best Needle Work 1st Premium ?150, 2nd $1.00. 3rd 50c. First and second grades 6 best buttonholes 1st. premium 50c, 2nd 25c. First, second, third and fourth grades Best Doll Garment 1st premium 50c, 2nd 25c. Boys under 14 years Corn Judg ing 1st. premium $1.00, 2nd 50c, 3rd 25c. Boys from 14 to 20 Corn judging first premium $1.00, 2nd 50c, 3rd 25c. Open to All Display Needle Work 1st prem ium $1.50, 2nd $1,00, 3rd 50c. Best peck wheat any variety 1st premium $1, 2nd 50c, 3rd 25c. Best peck oats any variety 1st premium $1. 2nd 50c, 3rd 25c. Best Crochet work 1st premium 75c, 2nd 50c, 3rd 25c. Best tatting work 1st premium 75c, 2nd 50c, 3rd 25c. Best Pie Any material double crust 1st premium 50c, 2nd 25c. Any material single crust 1st premium 50c, 2nd 25c. Utiles Governing Contest Rule 1. All grains shown must be from the crop of 1916. Rule ?. All needle work, tatting or crocheting work done since Sep teniber 1st, 1916. Rule 3. Corn displayed by pupils shall be of their own selection. Rule 4. No disjplay to be removed before 2 p. ra., February 9. Premiums offered by T. E. Will iams: Open to All Best 10 ears of corn any variety 1st premium $3, 2nd $2, 3rd $1. To be displayed In T. E. Williams store. The hall will be open Wednesday February 7 from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. for entries. DAN CUPID VICTIMS (Continued from First Page) masterly style at the organ, the ef fect of a full choir of men's voices hightening the effect of the nuptial mass which was read by Father Jos eph Siebers. The bridal party en tered to the strains of the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin, the ushers leading the way Messrs. Leo Mad den, John Kemper, and Luke Behr inger who preceded the dainty and charming bridesmaids. Misses Leone Kuntz and Anna Purpus. Miss Flor ence Lukaswitz, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. Clarence Gossinger attended the groom as best man. An elaborate wedding break fast was served to 125 guests at the DaytonCity club. Mr. and Mrs. Behrlnger departed early In the afi ternoon for Florida. Their home up on their return from the south, will be a 952 Ferndale avenue!; The bride Is one of Dayton's best known and most popular young women, her graduation at Notre Dame academy being supplemented by a course at St. Marys in the Wjoods, Terre Haute, and she later graduated from the School of Domestic Arts arid Science at Washington, D. C. She Is now president of Notre Dame Alumnae as sociation. Mr. Behringer is a successful in terior decorator, with offices in West First street. Both have the well wishes of a hoBt of friends. CARD OF THANKS Wle wish to extend thanks to the friends and neighbors for their kind assistance and words of condolence over the death of our beloved Bister, Miss Mary Fischer. BROTHERS and SISTERS. FOB BENT 8 room house all modern conven iences both kinds water In house electric lights, gas, dry cellar and large garden. Reasonable rent. En quire at 225 8. Walnut street. GRANDMOIP KIIEW There Was Nothing So Good for Congestion end Cclds as Mustcrd But the old-fashioned mustard-plaster burned and blistered while it acted. You can now get the relief and help that mustard plasters gave," without the plas ter and without the blister. 4 Musterole does it. It is a clean, white ointment, made with oil of mustard. It is scientifically prepared, so that it works wonders, and yet does not blister the tenderest skin. Just massage Musterole in with the finger tips gently. See how quickly it brings relief how speedily the pain disappears. Use Musterole for sore throat, bron-' chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil blains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often prevents pneumonia).