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As a Business
ton 7 .you AiiA .you
should get full value
from your banking
Two stores may offer you merchandise identical in
quality but you get the greatest value the greatest re
turn per dollar spent by trading at the store which
gives you service without its merchandise.
Our service to depositor has earned us many cus
tomers on the "best value" basis.
oayipj I OriLY Member FederalReservi
Srr CELINA O H I O Tcrfer-
Humor Scrunin and family of St,
Marys arc spending u few duya with
A (J. Long and family.
Mrs. Anna Klosterman und child
ren called on Mrs. Mary Grub Thurs
day afternoon.
Mrs, John Ceuctilmiixh, Mm. Anna
T'BKH and duugbter, Mary, and Mrg.
Chambers and Mrs. Lottie IVpkh,
culled on Mro. Llzzlo Long, Thursday
Mrs. Georgp Hunna and sister, Mrs,
I'll rn m
Elnuni Cole to J';. 1). Herron, 20 ac
r'H, Section 10, Washington township
John ShU.ibei'ger to Churles Ham
mond, 147 uoicH, Section 27, Dublin
towiiHhln, 118187
Tliomari Suverns to WIUIh Murlln,
80 acres, Section 1, Center township,
C. S. Younger, probate judge, to
Fred J. Gottemoller, certificate, 120
Chambers, called on Mrs. Lizzie Long acres, Sections 20 and 21, Marlon
Mrs. Mary Grubb called on Corv Jum.m V. Dysert to rank Vv urrlck,
pillano and Grundma Miller, Friday. 7o acres, Section 4, Hopewell town-
urandpa Long was operated upon h,11P. i.
reter y.eni to josepn Huner, pnr-
Miss Nettle Jacob, of Minster
spent a few days with the Frank
Melrlng family last week.
Mrs. John Huber and daughter,
Mary, of Osgood, visited with the H
H. Leugers family, last Sunday.
Al Hiirtings, of Coldwater, spent
lust Sunday at home.
Ed Hartlngs looked after business
at Chickasaw, last Saturday.
Mrs. John Fortkanip and children
were Celina visitors Saturday.
Frank Post and wife were visiting
with John Fortkamp and family last
Many outside guests attended the
- Kleinhenz-Tuente wedding here last
Henry Bomholt was a business call
er at New Bremen last Saturday.
At the Catholic church at St. Kosa
were united la marriage last VVednes
dj-y, Feb. 14, J. W. Kleinhenz and
Miss Katherine Tuente, with Rev.
Aioert voag officiating, at which a
Urge number of friends and relatives
attended. After the wedding mass
the newly weds repaired to the home
of the groom where the wedding was
celebrated and numerous guests were
present to greet them with hearty
congratulations. T.hj groom, John
Kleinhenz is" well known in the
southern part of Mercer county as
a feeder and shipper of live stock and
a practical farmer- The bride Miss
Katheriue Tuente, the daughter of
Bernard Tuente and wife residing
couth of St. Itosa is highly respected
young iady -jstcemed by all.
The newly married couple started
cn a wedding tour in the afternoon
for Buffalo, N. Y. and other eastern
cities. After the termination of the
bridal tour they will reside on the
beautiful Kleinhenz farm at St. Rosa.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fast and
Mary Fast spent Saturday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Knox.
Mrs. Burt Brigner spent Sunday
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Orange
Bennie Hines is spending the week
at Wabash win relatives.
P. C. Knox sold a horse on Monday.
Mrs. Mable Meyers returned to her
home Sunday evening to spend a vi
sit with her mother and family, Mrs.
Ralph Meyers called at the home
of Wm. Crouch Sunday evening.
Bennie Hiues and Ethel Shook
took dinner Sunday with Fred Hines
and family.
Russel Meyer still makes his us
:al trips west.
Mrs. Ira Gallihugh and Mrs. Golda
Kerns and children spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mis. Wm. Crouch.
Guy Knox and sister, Mrs. Frank
Hellar of Dayton is visiting P. C,
Knox and wife.
Susie Fennig called on Mrs. Wm.
' Spriggs on Wednesday.
Miss Mary Hinet. and Charles
Rnoades and Margaret Hines spent
Monday afternoon with Mrs. Jess
Shook and mother.
Mrs. James Spriggs spent Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. P. C. Knox,
Jess Shook and Bennie Hines and
Philip Hines returned back to Mich
igan. Thursday to their work.
Seth Spriggs and wife entertained
company Sunday.
Mrs. P. C. Knox took dinner with
her sister Mrs. Geo. Smith. Friday.
Miss Golda Hines and Miss Edna
Sfrabley called on Mr. and Mrs. Bur
ley Felver.
Mrs. Martie Larue spent Wjednes-
cay aiternoon witn Mrs. P. C. Knox.
Fine weather we are having
Joe Schaat r.nd family visited In
diana folks over Sunday.
Uearl Rumple and wife spent one
aay last week with G. W Becher and
Floyd Vining and wife, spent Sun
aay witn M. O. Purdy and family.
yin. banniel Buumearclner and
daughter Lela Team spent last week
witn ner sister, Mrs. Jake Wreaf.
lhere will be a stock sale at th
reed barn at Chattanooga on Febr
uary Z8. at 12 D. m. All rood
Mrs. F. P. Andrews and daughter
came canea on Emma McGee one
day lajt week.
A number from this viclnltv at-
lenaea several sales last week.
Luther Biddle and wife SDent last
inursaay evening with F. P. An
drews and family.
Chas. Bobmeyer and family and
Llbridge Adams and familv srmnt
ounciay wun Allen Slusser.
Leo, Alma. Lena and Victor Pax
and Whitridgt Adams, Erastus, vls-
uea wun v. Andrews and family,
Naomi Hale, Celina. SDent Mondav
nigni with Mabel and Louise An
Sunday school was well attended
Sunday at Mt. Carmel.
The revival meeting is in progress
at this place.
Haiiey Boice and wife and daugh
ter took dinner with Mark McDonald
and family, Sunday.
Budy Brlcker, wife and baby Sun-
dayed with tjrly Felver and lamiiy,
at Waoaih.
Mrs. Thurman Betz and Mrs. John
Lebrick attended church at Mt. Car
mel, Tuesday.
Grandpa Hole is poorly at this
writing. -
Mrs. Ora Dock and baby spent
Tuesday with Mrs. Vest Rnoades and
Mrs. 'Carl Boice and baby are
spending a few days with her parents.
Sec BfcKKE, optometrist, and
ee better. 113 E. Market at.
at the Otis hospital, Thursday for
cancer on the face.
Mrs. Bell Servis waB the guest of
Mrs. Cenccbaugh, Friday
Mr. aad Mrs. Frank Klostermun
iuv the proud parents of a baby boy
Mrs. James Chambers returned to
her homo ut Ft. Loramle. Friday, af
ter spending a week here with her
sister, Mrs. Josle Himna. Her
ncice, .Yiisi: Lola, accompanied her
home to spent1 a couple of weeks
Mrs. Jot-lo Ilanna spent Sunday af
ternoon with Mrs. Z. P. Long
Rev. Richardson and wife called
eel. Section 30, Gibson township, $1.
Bertha A. Slump to George Thatch
er, 10 acres, bectlon 12, Dublin town
ship, $100.
Thomad S. Sturgeon to Edward M.
Sturgeon, 80 acres, Section 26, Cen
ter township, $1.
Charles Seitz to Henry Wlssman,
parcel out of southeunt corner, Sec
tion 22, Marion township, $3150.
Jane Carman to Alfred Carman et
al, 40 acres, Section 35, Jefferson
township, $1.
Same to same, 22.6 acres. Section
on U. M. Gehron and wife Suturuay 2. same, $1.
evening. Same to same, 25 ucres, Section 1,
Mrs. Carrie Splllane and daughter same, si
has purchased a
He Is very proud
(Omnia, spent Sunday afternoon with
her mother, Mrs. Mary Grubb.
Mrs. Willard Monroe of Bradford,
und Opal Monroe spent Friday here
with relatives.
' Mrs. Orval Monroe of Celina Is
spending a few days with relatives,
I Ethel Long spent Sunday at home.
Town Lots
James N. Jeffries to S. W. Runkel,
lots 2 and 3, Block 4. Macedon, $90.
John Scott to VI Ilium Scott, part
outlot 23, Rockford, $120.
Anna Tekamp to Aloys Tekamp, lot
34 8, Winhoveu addition, Coldwater,
Frank Winhoven to Peter Fink, lot
Mrs. L. T. Arthur returned home, 28. Coldwater, $125
Friday from Covington.
Jennie Monroe passed away Tues
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Yaney took diil-
ner with C. Tobln and family, Thurs
Mrs. Cora Harrison and son, Or-
len, of Mendon, are spending a few
days with relatives at this place.
Mrs. Edith Leming of Lima, and
Mrs. Mary Servis, of Celina, spent
Saturday and bunday with Otis To-
bin and family.
Jake oorvij and family, Mrs. I. H.
Ballinger and daughter. May, and
William Pumphrey, Sheriff to
Francis Schultz, lot 95, Rosenbeck's
addition, Coldwater, $2200.
Lawrence Roseubeck to John W.
Loree, lot 493, Fairview addition,
Coldwater, $1.
Alfred Carman et al to Jane Gar-
man, lots 412 and 435, Celina, $1.
services at Heaver Chapel were
well attended Sunday and well ap
predated by all in attendance.
Dan Brookhart and family enter-
H ll T .' . 1 j -1 1. . mi 1 I
" "llL1" "UV!?BU. ' talned company Sunday.
ma, tHUBU Oil UWB 1UU1I1, Oiauruay Un llnlo dh! fnr.,!l .h.nl Q,.r,-
;.. V . y c "llu day with Orau Crouch and family
LrtJilllUfe. npoi-co T.acv ennnt a few Hava nf
Ml-c lnn.,. n A M .... fnk I ' J 1 fc J -
-jiuiv '"""1 uc auu win. UIHU- ,....,.1 ,..ltl. Vila V.-flw-
ic iiiuuiue caiiou ou una ivuia unu wy ri toii v,i.i nt'
. . T . , luc 1115 Bui-iiu iii7iu t uruueu g
lain.iy, inoay evening. Uehnnl hnK(, wan wpII ntfpnrlpH hv
A 1 Yt J-in .vh a nnA n 11
VV. Harrison and
Rev. Wim. Nungester and family
Saturday with I
Mrs. Emma KInrell and daughter
called on Flobsie Grunden, Sunday.
Ihe aid society met at Mrs.-Henry
l ennett s Thursday.
Jessie Stafford and lady friend
spent Saturday and Sunday with his
mother, Mrs. Mary Stafford of this
N. B. Stoner and wife spent Sun
day at Neptune.
spent Sunday with the former's par
Public Sale
We are having fine weather at this Ohio, on
Horses, Cattle Hogs, Sheen
Farm Implements
The undersigned will sell at public
auction, at their place of business, seven
miles west of Celina, Ohio, at DUBBIN,
8 room-hG-se all modern conven
iences both kinds water In house-
electric lights, gas, dry cellar and
large garden. Reasonable rent En
quire at 225 S. Walnut street
Ton will enjoy tbe benefit of
our skill Ions after yon have paid
the bill. SIcKEE, optometrist,
112 East Market t.
. Public Sale
The undersigned will offer for sale, at
public auction, at the late residence of
Joslah Piper, deceased, two" miles east of
nepiune, on tne county Line plkev and
six miles northeast of St. Marys, on the
24th DAY OF FEBRUARY. A.D. 1917.
The personal property of the said Joslah
riper, aeceaseu, consisting of the follow
TWO HORSES Consisting of 1 black
unving nurse, weignc auout 1ZUU pounds,
and 1 sorrel driving horse, weight about
800 pounds.
FAKM MACHINERY etc. 1 set team
ny nets, 1 set double trees, 1 wagon and
ueu, i an nay laaaers, i waiter A. Wood
mower, 1 McCormlck binder, 1 manure
fork and pitch fork, 1 scoop shovel, 1
ditch scoop, 1 fence stretcher, 2 double
shovel plows, 1 single shovel plow, 1 hand
.-urii piamer, z norse collars, z cross-cut
saws, 1 grain cradle, 1 water trough, 1
pair scales, 1 grain drill, 1 walking plow,
1 corn planter, 1 hay loader, i sets double
work harness. 1 grind stone, 1 Iron ket
tle, 6 bu. seed corn, 1 bee hive and four
supers, 3 hives of bees 1 seed sower. Also
170 bushel oats in bin, about 660 bushel
corn in crib, 16 shocks of corn in shock,
bout 10 tons timothy hay in mow.
Also about 80 chickens.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock noon.
TKUMS Purchases amounting to five
dollars or less to be paid in cash; "above
that sum, notes on 6 months time, with
two or more approved sureitles, will be
Farm for Sale
80-acre farm in Hopewell township;
all good buildings, practically new, con
sisting of 8-room house, with cellar 12:
35; barn 36x58; granary and crn crib
22x32; wind pump, orchard, fenced,
tiled and all other necessary improve
ments, uii or auaress
665 N. Sugar Street, Celina, O.
Mulss for Sal!
Ages 4 and 5 years, match team, broke
in double harness, weight about 2200 lbs
sound and gentle; must be seen to be ap
preciated; bargain it sold soon. Call on
BENJ. CONNBR, five miles northeast of
Leiina, K.D. 3.
. NOTICE Is hereby given that tne fol
lowing Executors, Administrators and
Guardians nave tiled their accounts and
vouchers In the Probate Court of Mercer
county, unio, ror allowance ana settle
ment, and that the same will be hoar A
on the 31st day of January, A. D. 117,
mm wmeu una connrmea u no excep-
iiuiis am uieu uiereio:
Henry OntrOD. et al. Executors of the
eaiaie or August untrop, deceased.
Jos. Qulnter, Executor of the estate Ol
m.iKuuiona Mueller, deceased.
O. H. Brookhart. Administrator of the
estate of A. D. Brookhart. deceased.
Jolln E. Hamburger, Administrator of
me estate oi sopnia Mercer, deceased.
Klinira Schwartz. Administratrix of tha
estate of Harvey Shlvely, deceased.
Eftle E. Fanger. Administratrix of the
estate or Henrietta schunck, deceased,
Slike Kugel, Administrator of the es
tate of Caroline Kugel, deceased.
John D. VanKirk. Administrator of the
estate oi Lucinda Huffman, deceased.
August uennnger. Assignee of the es
tate of Arthur J. Behrlnaer.
John W. Loree. Assignee of the natntn
oi r.owara j. iNienamp.
Andrew Harb. Guardian of ThantWo
and Hulda Leininger.
Henry Gottemoller, Guardian of Anna
John Bomholt, Guardian of Anthony and
Henrietta Lechleiter.
John B. Albers. Guardian of Hum,
J. R. Desch. Guardian of ClotaJra nmh
et al.
AL, StilTLlSMKllir
Henry Wendelln. Guardian of .Edward
and Lewis Schulte.
Dated this 8th day Of February, A. D.
1917. . -
Judge of Mercer County Probate Court.
Estate of Mlna Kuhn, Deceased.
Isabel Kuhn has bean annnlnrari an1
qualified as Executrix of the estate of
Mina Kuhn lata of Uafmp rvinniv nhin
deceased. '
I'ated this join day of January A. D.,
Probate Jude of Said County.
Sunday-school was fairly well at
tended Sunday. There were 163
present. The collection was $3.78.
Adam Eichenauer's class of young
men had the banner collection.
There were slill more tnew faces seen
in the Sunday School. All persons
not going to Sunday school are es
pecially invited to come and worship
with us.
At the close of Sunday school a
very .profitable prayer meeting was
held under the leadership of class
leader Edward Smith. There will be
preaching service next Sunday even
ing. On Monday evening Rev. B. It.
Wiener of Napervllle, 111., gave a
plendid sermon on missionary work
and at the close of the sermon he
explained the duplex envelope system
of paying the finances of the church.
The revival meeting closed Thurs
day night. The meeting was a grand
success from the beginning to the
The Hopewell Y. P. B. met at the
home of Miss Frona Smith on Tues
day evening. A large crowd was
present. 12 more persons signed. the
pledge against liquor as a beverage.
They will meet at the home of Harold
Eichenauer March 2, at 8 p. m.
- A great deal of nerve force Is
used by the eyes In their function
to see plainly when vision Is nor
mal. Much more energy Is neces
sary when vision Is not normal,
because of the effect to see as well
as possible. Result, headache and
eye strain. McKEE, optometrist,
113 East Market st.
Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.. the
following personal property, consisting of
live slock and farming tools:
HOUSES and CATTLE Three head of
horses, consisting of one good general
purpose horse, coming 4 years old, weight
11U0 ibs, doulile-gaited, and 1 bay draft
mare coming 3 years old, well bred; also
one black draft yearling colt.
Five head Cattle, consisting of 1 Jer
sey milch cow, 5 year old, will be fresh
April; 4 red heifers, coming yearlings, will
make good stock.
HOGS and SHEEP Four good Brood
Sows, will farrow in April and May,
weighing from 200 to 275 pounds each.
Thirty head breeding Ewes and one
Buck. Also two Geese and one Gander.
Also some Timothy Hnv.
goods, consisting of Binders, Mowers; also
the Monitor double disc Drill, Hay Load
ers, sulky Breaking Plows, namely: Best
Ever, Good Enough, Little Dutch; Corn
Cultivators, Disc Harrows, Spring Tooth
Harrows, Wood Beam Harrows, VValking
Plows, Tandem Corn Planters, single and
double Shovels and 5-shovel Cultivators;
the steel axle made wagons and bed, Gas.
oline Pump outlit, Cream Separators, Wire
Fencing, both lield and poultry; Cedar
I ence Posts. Will also sell you anything
you want at a discount on day of sale.
uurkett Gasoline 17x22 Hay Press, good
as new; l jonnson Hinder, lias cut
crops, in good shape; 1 Milwaukee 6 ft,
cut; one good Hoosier Disc Drill, 1 Indi
ana Drill, 2 Black Hawk Corn Planters,
in good shape; 1 Freernont Coin Cultiva
tor in good shape; 1 double set Buggy
Harness, with leather collars, in good
snape; Ate.
Dont' fail to come, for you will lose
good money if you don't, for there will
be some big bargains.
We will have a very instructive talk by
M. W. Heminway on the use of farm
TERMS OF SALE All sums of $5 and
under cash Over this amount a credit
of 9 months will be given, purchaser giV'
Ing bankable note. Four per cent off for
cash on credit sums.
Will have lunch stand on ground.
P. C Knox, auctioneer.
Frank Stoner, clerk.
Durst ItohlilnH
John Houry i'ord.
of It.
l.ela McCiintock rot u mud from
Wapuk, Tuesday. She will remain
lit homo (.he rest of the winter.
MIkh Mario Miller sjit'iit Sunday
with Mlf-s Julia l'otteif.
Protracted mooting commences on
Feb. 22, ut tilt M. E. church at Mer
MIhs Beth Countermuu returned to
her homo Monday from a three weeks
vi.-il. at Owens, Ohio.
Th? MI.sboh Dora and Amy Daugh-
erly returned homo Monday from
Mrs. Ed Sutton has been on the
sick list lor tho last two weeks.
0. M. Counterman was seen on the
streets of Mercer, Saturday.
Ed Jutton purchased a new drlv
ng horsa one day laHt week.
The cold weather is hard on Ike
Dilbone because ho cannot go fishing.
(How about the old turtle hunters,
over there? )
Clarouce IJolIenbucher and Helen
Counterman were the Suuday guests
of Opal Sutton.
We are hoping nice weather con
tinue:) for Jesse has started on his
John Hale has moved on tbe John
O'Neil farm.
Deon Hays spent a few days lust
week at Columbus.
Norma Shlnglcdedker and ' son
Kpent Thursday with her mother Mrs.
Charlie Donovan purchased a new
team this week.
Veliiia and Madge Hinkle have not
been seen on the streets much of late
They are afraid they will get the!
ears frozen.
. Ace Krugli is shedding tears ove
his lost wood pile
Wm. Harper suffered a severe in
jury of hifa heel when he fell from a
load of hay.
Herman Shlnaberry has gone into
the hog raising business. Herman
says he will raise big ones. Ho is
going to feed tankage.
Capital, $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits, $75,000.00
"A Word to the Wise Is Sufficient"
He guided in your business methods by the experience of the
most successful business men. It is next to impossible nowadays to
find one who in not an earnest advocate of
Modern Banking Facilities
Life is too short and strenuous to putter away along old-fashioned
lines. Seek an alliance with a bank of established reputation,
no matter whether your business be housekerping, farming, manu
facturing or selling lnru li.uuline.
We modestly but confidently solicit your accounts, feeling posi
tive you will be pleased with the service we render.
The Commercial Bank Co.
With unexcelled facilities for the transaction of banking
in all its branches.
Peter Klingshlrn, administrator of
the estate of John Klingshlrn, de
ceased, filed final account. For hear
ing March 31.
W. II. Townsend, admlntsartor of
the estate of W. W. Townsend, de
ceased, returned and filed inventory
and appraisement.
Henry Gotlemoeller, executor of
the will of Bernard Gottemoeller,
filed final account. For hearing on
March 31.
Gertrude Schultz appointed guard
ian of Carl J. Schultz and Paul M.
Schultz, minors. Inventory filed.
Anthony Boc-hmer, executor of the
estate of Michael Boehmer, deceased
returned inventory and appraisement.
On application of said excutor order
of private sale of personal property
issued. Order of private sale return
ed ana approved.
Application filed by James Ken-
fake as heir-at-law and legatee un
der the will of John Kenefake, de
ceased, for an order to draw from the
county treasury his portion of said
estate heretofore deposited therein
by reason of his absence. Order
granted upon satisfactory proof.
Application filed to admit to pro
bate and record the will of Abraham
Ginter, deceased. For hearing Feb
ruary 27.
C. A. Stubbs appointed guardian of
Isaac Leo Reser. Inventory filed.
Complete in every respect, with all
tools noctssary to go to work on im
mediate notice. Everything in good
order. Call on Geo. Preston, Monte
zuma, Onio.
Containing 400 acres, all fine red mulatto limestone land, about 275 acres in
cultivation, balance in fine timber; about 200.000 feet of saw timber on the olace.
consisting of oak, poplar, walnut and pine. Land lay? practically level; running
water on the place the year round. There is 150 acres that will grow 60 bushels of
corn per acre. A new barn 40 by 60. 5-room house and one tenant house. This
farm last year produced 1500 bushels of corn. 1600 bales of hav: also a fine wheat
and oats crop. The wheat and oats crops are sown and most of the corn land
turned. - There are 60 acres in new timothy and clover to mow this year. Most of
it will make 2 tons per acre. There are ten acres of new strawberries in this year's
crop wnicn can oe sold now tor jau.uu per acre in the held. This is a fane stock
farm with no waste land on it.
We offer for quick sale this place at 35. 00 Der acre. One-half cash, balance
term to snit.
This place is located 40 miles of Chattanoofl-a. Tennessee: 5 miles of a eood
town of 5000 population, in one mile of railroad: eood nublic road runnine throuch
the farm, on rural route, one mile from the main Dixie highway; close to schools
anu cuurcnes. ror runner particulars address
HALL BROTHERS, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Real Estate for Sals cr Exchange
Union Block, Rooms 10 and 11 CELINA; OHIO
Eyes tested. Frames flitted.
Broken lenses duplicated. If you
break your lenses, save the pieces
and bring them to as. We can
duplicate them. McKEE. optom
etrist, 113 East Market st.
Two up-to-date tmngaloes In the weat
part of town for sale or will trade on a
small farm. Inquire of John Carun, at
uus pmce.
A pie social will bo hold at the
Macedon school No. S, Washington
township on Tuesday night, Feb. 27.
Dialogues and recltntions will form
a part of the i-vening's entertainment.
Ever) body cordially invited for ihe
evening. Coiiie nnd enjoy yourself
MYRTLE 1IABE, Teacher.
The CHinn Democrat and the Cin
cinnati 1'ost now $;i.50 a year. The
.10c raise was made necessary by an
advance made to us by the 1'ost.
Public Sale
Public Sale
The undersigned will offer for sale, at
public auction, at the residence of the
late William Huinline, deceased, at 221
West Fayette street, CELINA, OHIO, on
Commencing at 1 o'clock p m. sharp, the
louowins personal property of the said
lute iWlliam aUinline, deceased, consist
ing', in part of
Oe driving mare, one buggy, one set of
single buitiiv harness, one set of single
work harness, one manure spreader, one
corn sheller, one wheel barrow, one lard
press, rope ad pulleys, &c.
HOUSKHOI.D GOODS etc Contesting
of Beds and btdding, carpets and cur
tains, sewing machine, invalid chair, Kdi
son phonograph. Household and Kitchen
Furniture .and other things too numerous
to mention.
TKKA1S OF SALE All sums of S3. 00
and under cash. Over this amount a
credit of fix months will be given, pur-
enser giving a uanKaoie note.
FANNY BAKER, Executrix.
P. C. Knox. Auctioneer.
The undersigned will offer at public
auction ut bis residence .'i miles north
west of t'elina and 2!.t miles Mtuth-wets
of Shivery' grocery on what is known (is
the old Joe Winger farm along Frahm
pike on
THURSDAY, March 1, 1917
commencing at 9:30 a m. sharp sun time
the following property to-wit:
7 HiiAU Hl;si-;,s Consisting of 1
brown mare, coming 7 years old, weight
l."i2M. 1 bright mare comim; 3 years old.
weight ItiOO. These two are a well made
team and will work anywhere. 1 bay
mare coming 13 years old, in foal by (J.
V. Prlehards roan Kelgium horse; this
Is an excellent brood mare and a good
worker and welgliH HMO, 1 gray gelding,
coming 'A years old weight 12M0; 1 driv
ing mare coming 4 years old und 1 horse
colt coming 2 years old.
25 HEAD OK CATTLE Consisting of
1 registered short horn cow wus calved
May 9. lull -No. 16i!:jT4 will be fresh 1st
of June; 1 cow 6 years old, fresh; 2 cows
to be fresh In .March, 1 cow to be fresh in
April; 2 cows to be fresh in.M.-n"; these
cows ure all good clean milkers. 1 short
born reifer, No. 2 5. "-':.' 'I was calved -May
3. 1915: bred Jan. 6. 1917. to W alter liut-
tonwood No. 4.i2;;a0. Holstein heifer com
ing 2 years old will be flush in Jluv. and
i other good heifers to be fresh inSept.
and Oct. A bull coming 2 years old; a
short horn bull. No. 4s;;"34 was calved
Jan. 2, 1916, this Is a good one. Eleven
head of young cuttle from 7 to 15 months
HOC-S AND SHEEP Consisting of four
f ood brood sows, 1 full blooded O. I. C.
sow with pigs by her side, 1 full blooded
Duroc sow wil Harrow last week in Mar.;
2 others will farrow the lirst of April. 30
head of shouts weighing from 50 to 100
Ibs. 6 head of good breeding ewes. About
125 good laying liens .
of lUeCormick binder with tongue trucK,
foot cut. Thomas hay loader. Johnston
hay tedder. New Idea Manure spreader.
Lehr clod crusher, new Empire grain drill
disc, 3J4 in. skein Lirdsell wagon has
not been run over 250 miles, 3U i- skein
H'rdsell wago with bed. Ieifeld rubber
tire buggy has not been run over am)
miles, steel tire buggy, 2 surreys, John
leere riding breaking Dlovv. walking nlow.
Gale corn planter, disc with truck, Deere
ultivator. spring tooth harrow, steel drair
harrow, 2 wood beam drag harrows, steel
bay rake self dump, clover seed huncher.
Upper fnning null, ball bearing gnnd-
blacksiiutli vise, set of hav ladders.
mud boat, stone bed, iron kettle, 3 double
ts of breeching work harness, set of
buggy harness, set of buggy fly nets, dou
ble set oi liy nets. Parrel ot ciuer vine-
ar, coal oil tank, DeLaval cream separ
ator, this machinery is in good condition
(I practloany new, ua lbs standard binder
wine, 30 good grain sacks, some house-
bold goods, mailable range, grand upright
piano slightly used guaranteed to be in
lirst class condition, and other numerous
TERM? Al sums of $3.00 nd under,
cash; over that amount a credit of nine
months will be given, purchaser giving a
note with two approved securities. For
per cent, off for cash.
E. E riovington, and P. C. Kuox, Auc.
W. L. Trenary, Clerk
Lunch stand on grounds.
' orda
Player Mnalc Rolls
Sheet Music
Bauer& HeffnerMusic Co
114 K. Market St.,CKLIN0.
East Butler St., FT. RECOVERY
Rooms 1 and 2, Commercial Bank
Notice to Public
I wish to announce that I have
opened an office for the practice of
medicine in Dr. Richardson's old
ottlce, 113 E. Fayette St., Celina, O.
Office Hours
8-10 a. m.
1- 3 p. m.
7-8:30 Evening.
All calls answered promptly day
or night.
Onice Thone 157.
Residence Phone 191.
Orvelle Raudabaugh
General practice of law.
Probate practice and writing wills a
Office Rooms 1 and 2, I.O.O.F.
On Real Estate for
Twenty Years
M a reasonable rafe nf intor.. t...
back any amount at any time and stop
interest. No commission charged.
The Wagner Loan Co.
SVlooey to Loan
Have $300,000.00 private Money to loan at 5 per cent-pay
back any time and stop interest. Money obtained direct. No com
mmission to divide as other agencies must ,i0 hence can make
loan for about what other agencies themselves pay for their moneV
Get in on this fund while it lasts.
ED. L. BRYSON, Celina. O.
Public Sale
The undersigned will sell at mibllc aale.
at her residence, 2 miles north and
mile west of St. Anthony; 4 miles south
east of New Corydon, or 3 miles west and
ft mue soutu of Wabash, on
MONDAY, March 5, 1917
Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.. tha fol.
lowing personal property:
3 woksks consisting or one Day mare
12 years old. weight 1400 Dounds: on
horse coming 6 years old, weight 1400
pounds, and one horse coming 1 years old.
weigm lion pounds.
NINE HEAD CATTLE Consisting of
uvu ueaii ui iuiicn LOWS, z OI wnicn will
be fresh in April and 2 hi June. These
are au gooa mncn cows. Also one year
ling steer and three yearling heifers.
12 HEAD HOGS Consisting of 2 hrond
sows, will farrow in April, and 10 head
snoata, weigmns 60 pounds each.
FARM IMPLEMENTS Consistine of 1
new Birdsall farm wagon, with bed: one
truck wagon: one Ohamolon 8-foot hind
er, one Deerlng mower, one Keystone hay
loader, good as new; one Osborne hay
tedder, one hay rake and hay ladder, one
clover buncher, one J. I. Case riding
breaking plow, one Brown Manly cultiva
tor, f! fl M Rhlirmlr hfanlrlnir n 1 ruir aim lift-
tooth spike-tooth harrow, one Osborne
disc, one Superior grain and fertilizer
drill, one Avery corn planter, one Clipper
fanning mill, one double set work harness
good as new, one double set buggy har
ness, and other things too numerous to
met Ion.
Also oats in the bin and hay in the
TERMS OP SALTS All sums of IK (10
and under cash. Over this amount a
credit of t months will be given, purchas-.
er giving bankable note. Four per cent
on lor casn on credit sums.
Knox A Vlnlng. Auctioneers.
Lunch stand on ground.
Shed north of C.N. De
pot. Phones : Office
114; Residence 201.
2,000 pounds to the Ton
100 cents on the Dollar
ee iWillen
when ready to sell your Hay
mm i
Is SAFE for Every Member of the FAMILY
Most cough and cold remedies con
tain dangerous drugs, such as Opium.
Morphine, Chloroform, Heroin and
Codeine. They paralyie the nerves.
They are dangerous.
Not so with Old Black Joe Cough
Syrup. It cures coughs and colds by
loosening the phlem, soothing the Ir
ritation, opening the air passages of
tho throat and head and killing the
cold germs.
There Is not a drop of dangerous
drugs In it Just as good and safe
for children as for grown folks.
One price only 25 cents for a big
bottle at any store In city or country.
Everybody buys It and takes It Th
biggest seller because It gives the
most satisfaction and la absolutely
safe, 4T.

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