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THE CELINA DEMOCRAT
PAGE FIVE ST; OS ANATIONAlIkNKmedttf " Uovemmenl .mpervmon oi the operation of ilr Batiks a circulation W1 directf ttpcm ike ecurifie. and &tian(ee o" the Untied Staler Gowrnmei can jyQw ask for your money? I i HOME 5AVINQS 1&TI0NALBAHK OnlyMemberFederalReserve CELINA OHIO Bt. fol ThomT I SAVINGS - I - . Joh. Bcknian. ' Bernard Tuente and eon, Henry, and Cregor Gotte Oioeller were buHineBs visitors at Ce- llna, Saturday. Antliouy Hartlngs and family, of Maria S'eln trd Al Hartlngs of Cold water o.-ent lact Sunday at home. Hobert AVint. who drove John Fortkamp's 'l ufkstor" wagon this w'nter leturnt-d to his home at New Weston last Saturday. We hated to I see bint go at. he was a pleasant and jovial y ing man. Frank Gottf inoell'r and Miss Anna Clune, itoth of this place were pub' lished for the first time lust Sunday Frank end John Hartings sold 15 acres of land to Anthony Schoenlein l.iet weok. Fred StucKe was a Maria Stein vis itor, last Men Jay. Joseph Hr.ber, wife and son Frank, of Sharpbburg and George Huber of Wcndelin visited relatives l ere last Saturday. The County Commissioners and Township Trustees held a Jooin meet ing last Saturday regarding a ditch west of here. Arnold Dirksen, of Minster and Miss it ua Huber, of Osgood spent ILaster with Teacher H. H. Leugers I a. id family. GHIGKASA Fine weathrt- a this writing. Mrs. Joe Winklejohn was a Celina visitor, Tuesday. Ben Orieshop, jr., was a Celina vis itor. Tuesday. Ferd Lineman, of Dayton spent Easter with hi parents of this place, Wm. Poeckner rr turned to Dayton Monday. , Win.. Lineman spent -Eastei with his parents of this place. Joe WinMcjohn is st'll on tiic t'Ck list. Xavoir Hein was a Celina visitor. Monday." Fred Meschcr and daughter, Loret ta passed through here, Saturday. John Steinbrunner was in town on Saturday. Oiiv- Klninhcn and Stella Darl'i'.g haus were in iowu Saturday. Wendell of Recovery loaded logs here Monday aud Tuesday. uetia wrammar and wire were Maria Strin visitors Sunday. Albert Blrk neyer was a Coldwater visitor, Sunday. The Orchestra will give a euchre Sunday evetrng in Reirs hall. Ev erybody invued. THE PROBATE COURT SCUDDER Mrs. Samuel' Sells and children Fpent Tuesday of last week with A. J. Boise and family. Clyde Kincaid and family spent Saturday with Cleve Smith and wife John Davis and wife spent Thurs day with Coe Wilson and wife. John Gehrr. and wife of Neptune, called on Mrs. Folly Canary, Tuesday afternoon. Wm. Linn and wife spent Easter Sunday with J. G. Behmer and wife. Coe Wilson and wife, John Davis and family, Fred Meyer and family attended Easter services at the State Line church, Sunday and took din ner .with J. G. Wiel and family. Mrs. Clarence Bricker and little eon spent Easter with Clelle Jenkins and family. The farmers are wishing for good weather al present. Chan. Wilson and family spent Eas ter with Dell Powell and mother. Mrs. Clelle Jenkins and daughter, Marcella sperit Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. John Davis. Delbert Kincaid is working for Steve Siebert at present. J. B. LalHn called on his Eon Elsie in Center township, Monday. Coe Wilson and wife called on John Davis aid family Tuesday evening. Mrs. Caroline Chapman attended services at the State Line church, on Sunday. Chas. Fenuig and family of) We- bash, G. F. Stoner and family spent Easter with Leonard Siler and wife PUMPKIN CENTER Mrs. Henry Gaus sr. and daughter Cora, Henry Gaus Jr., Mrs. Henry Steele and Miss Carrie Anderson were Celina business callers one day last week Henry Oertz called on WilUs Stet- Joha Schippr, guardian of Ernest ler, Saturday, and Milion Schipper, filed third par- A goodly number from this vicin tial account. For hearing April 30. ity attended the funeral of Elmer Joseph Gucgenbiller, guardian of iJeougher Sunday, Constatne and Anthony Guggenbil- Henry Oaus jr. and family, Carrie ler, filed partial account. For hear- and Lorco Anderson were Celina call iug April 30. eis, Saturday. Fred Ileiby adminisrator of the es- Sunday school was well attended tate of F red Stecher, deceased, re- at Beaver Chapel Sunday morning. turned and filed inventory and ap- Henry Gaus jr. and family enter- piaisemint. . tained the following at dinner Sun- Andrew K'ng, executor of the es- day: Opal Shively, Cora Gaus, Nova. tate of Anton King, deceased, filed Opal Shively, Cora Gaus, Nova and final account. For hearing May 31. Eerdesn Smith, Gladys Sutherland Waiver fited from L. R. Townsend ?.nd Carrie Anderson. Afternoon was and Ellen Crisman in the matter of enjoyed by an Auto ride through tne sale or real estate of Wj. w. Coldwater and Celina. Curs were lownseiii., deceased. decorated in Old Glory and true pa- J. J. fctoner appointed guardian of triotism shown by occupants Juhn Sy'e, an imbecile. Cora Gaus, Carrie Anderson, Otis W. . Bair, excutor of the will of and Opal Shively, Beulah Gaus, Nova Hannah Pieron, returned and filed i nd Birdessa Smith, Gladys and Lu- mrentoiy and appraisement. lu Sutherland. OrviHe Gaus and Lo- Wn. Kuhn appointed administra- lte Anderson being the occupants. (or of es'ate oi John Davis, deceased, Several of this vicinity attended inventoiy aud appraisement April 13. the Easter entertainment at Erastus, Application filed to admit to pro- Sunday evening, bate and record the last will and tes- Robc-t Lar:nore called on Henry tumet of W. H. Henderson, deceased. Steele, Monday evening. froi hearing April April 13. - Joseph Stetler and wife visited C. F. Detdek, guardian of Ray Willis Stetler and family, Sunday. Shellebarger, filed final account. For Henry Steele an J family visited hearing May 31. Henry Gaus nr. and wile, Sunday. H .F .Drury, executor of the last Preaching Services at Beaver Chap- wiJl and testament of Samuel Spicer, el, Sunday, both morning and even decease! returned order of final dis- ing. Everybody come tnbutior. in paid estate. Same al lowed as his final discharge. jonn 'rei' euKamp was duly ap pointed as guvrdian of John C. Boeh- ruer, a minor, and filed inventory. Application made for administra tion upon trie estate of James Wil liamson, deceased. For hearing on April 11. Josepn Quinter .executor of the will of Magdaiena Muller, filed ac- ccunty of final distribution. ELM GROVE George Brown has installed the farmer's telephone in his residence. Charles G anger and wife called on Allen Slusser one evening last last- week. John Ebright and family and Ed- ATTENTION," PEOPLE We are prepared to do all kinds of shoe repiiirinp. Work neatly done. Prompt serrce. GUS FROHNING, shoemaker. WM, LINK, Proprietor. MULES FOR SALE I r 0 Our Easter Shoes Show a Remarka ble Combination of Style and Good Sense. JOIN the Easter parade and step out in the direc tion of your springtime happinesi. Now is the time to buy your Spring Shoe. , Don't pot it off any longer or your feet will get ore on yon; Ed. Ilellvarth W. Fayette St CELINA IN REALTY CIRCLES larn John Davidson et al to Peter Jutte, 5 ' miieti, Section 32, Washington township, $8,000. Abraham Mott et al to D. E. Mott let al, t4 acres. Section 27 and 28, Gibson towns'iip, $1. Josoph Kramer to Frank Evers. 83 lacreh, Sections 29 and 32, Granville townshl.i, $10,000. Addis Vining Crouch to Sarah A, Hlght, parcel, Section 6, Jefferson township, $400. Town Io(n Anton vVebe- to Joseph Kramer, r lots 4 4 and 3, 4, 7 and part 8, St. Johns, ?,05C. WillW.n Pumphrey, sheriff, to P. 11. Schunck a d John Schmitt, lot 83, Hawk!on addition, Celina, $70Q. J. C. Marian to B. A. Myers, lot 13, Gibson township side, Ft. Recovery, $1500. Henry Wenker to Edward James Nunner, iots 176 and 176, Coldwat er, $400. Co 8. Younger to Addle Vining CVouch, lot east of Celina, $1, Johi D. Profflt to Charles D. Roe- luck, lots 12 i and 122, Rockford, Miletus Nevcomb ol al to William F. An,tiws, lot 404, Celina, $2100, Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits, 575,000.00 RIGHT THIS WA Y GREAT BARGAINS And the beauty of the bargains we offer is that they are alwayi avail able. You do not have to come at eight o'clock on a Monday morn ing nor at seven o'clock Saturday night. . You may step in any bankitifr day and take advantage of the best of banking privilege!. And when you have opened a check or savings account, or rented a safe deposit box tot your valuable papera, or purchased travelers' checks in case you are going away in short, made use of any or all of the different branches of our service, you will feel the assurance that you have driven a good bargain. The Commercial Bank Co.: CELINA, OHIO Strength, Organization and Serrlco Onr Policy LANDFAIR ST. HENRY HOPE Thougn there was a sudden change Henry Stoll is still on the sick list. in temperature on Easter, there were Ollie and Nancy Stoll spent Mon- 127 preent at Sunday school. The day atternoor. with Henry Stoll and collection was $3.24. Leah Smith's family. class had the banner collection. Dur- James Swalhwood snent Easter I ir,, tk Snn.hiv cphr.nl nnnrnnrlate Anthony Bather, Dayton, was here Sunday with his lady friend, Miss Unter solo whs sunr bv Edward aunuay visiung ms moiuer, ivjra. .uary nines. Smith Ther was no nreachlne ser- Mary uatner. I n ua. wU.muB iUr mra. . ....,. nf Rf!V. Ue..Be helne 1 J 1. i I I f " lfnf.A rhn I - Mrs. L'aroara wess ana aaugnier, v.. .wu..a.L. mfm Th s.mdnv sfhno' . t I I ha f t I intt'l n c an onr sunnav in th "k v,vjv-. - Mrs. win t .enzer, iannpgena, were. -WilR followed bv a prayer ser t.c a r.? I A Moou Dnrl fim v I ..uucn oiun ouu oioicio. uuna " eili i. - . . kJlVli. t U iiicd U n Hill n aUU I ' " " aaiuruay. Marv irinsaio onrl Haxpl Hineo onrll Tlinton Hellwarth, who has been Ray Schirack, Ann Arbor, Mich. , . w lt . . (.tin. tretmei,t nt the ntis hnRnltal f. JI y 11 . a .A1P nrltkl I .veuicai loiietf, ir;ui a ween. uu UHie ana Nancy stoll were Celina returned home last Saturday, in:.! parents, ur. ana Mrs. ocniracn. callers Friday Mrs. Domer Smith, who has been Dora llinea spent Sunday with Miss , tho tw wka ahie Nancy Stoll. " Jno. Stoll and son Ruben assisted ' X . - rrnl MnrHc in hnxoiin wnnH lct Jonn r:ersiorn. couuuuw very Saturday. Mrs .Lewis McDonald and Mrs. Jmoi mun ana uiaays rasi rer Tnfllln 1-TiriAu onrl nVitllrAn anon tlrm-nail in Pinna tn work nftpr snpnn aeaonia ncniosse., ii yv"r Sundav with C.eure Mines and fam-1 ii e Enst.ir with their narents. Mr. spent a wee wun ner pareuis iiere, ,d ..... Wm H Smitn 'dr. and Mis. J. J. bcniosser. Miss Nancv Stoll snent Saturday Tha Hii(l v PR hip) last Vr. i l. J : r . nA.A,n.. 1 ... . . , n . I ' iviujl oitcuei uuu wue, ru nctuvei, will) ner SISier, Mrs Himest oms. flav fvpnlni? nf th homo of MisR Di spent Sunday here with the latter's Miss Lavaun Norris spent Sunday haura Smith. A good time was en- moiaer, jvirs rruiin ounufiuaus vi "jlu i-ji- giuiiuyaicuio, mi. auu mm, he Pal'n Kctel. Jno. Stoil and family. Our hicli school bovs are Dracticlne Rev. Houser and wife (of Bryant- bage bail and other athletic stunts Ind- sPent Sunday with Jno. Stoll and or tho field day at Celina, next la" "f. Rural Uoute Carrier Fred Romer has been unable to be about for sev- e al days, due to an attack of pleursy. He is some better at this writing. Ben SUider, Celina, was here visit ing friends, Friday. I month. Will, Urban and Rueben Stoll, Adolph, Waltor and Theodore Bauer, joyed by present. Friday April 0 will be the closing day of s.honl for this term, at the Miller school. In the afternoon a series i f games and contests are be ing planned for. Prizes will be giv- unttiit Q.inlai with niieta AX7alv anrilrtn in tho ivinnara hv thp tpnphcr HI. I"!tf1 tn .1 r tranoral hAiiso. I I ' . . . , brothers. mer Smith. Wanted work. Inquire John Bender, 629 N. Walnut street. LEGAL NOTICE FREE GOVERMENT LAND For free information and Drlnted mat ter Dertainine to free Government land. address HARRY KARR. Alzada, Mont. The Celina Democrat and the Cin cinnati Post now $3.50 a year. The 50c raise was made necessary by an advance mode to us by the Post. lhe barn of Charles weitz was completely destroyed by fire Sunday nifrht ahnnt f.lnvan n ninrle Noah Black and son Raymond were ln"W- Sunday morning visitors at the home Wayne, Indiana; and fcennith Baker,.who resides at .Minora, Indiana, win take no tice that Kliza .Springer, (formerly Eliza HaKerj as guardian ol upai liaKer, an in fant, on the 8th day of September. 1916. Hied her petition in the Common Pleas Court witiiin and for Mercer County, Ohio, alleging that her said ward. Opal Baker, hag a legal right to and is seized in fee, subject to dower, of an undivided of Henry Stoll. FOR SALE Town Properties Vacant lot and good buggy. Call at 619 North Su gar street. 48-6t. HIGH-GRADE PIANOS PLATER PIANOS and ORGANS PHONOGRPHS and Rec ord . Player Music Rolla Sheet Music Bauer & Heffner Music Go 114 E. Market St.,CELINA.O. East Butler St., FT. RECOVERY C. A. STUBBS, ATTORNEY AT LAW CELINA, O. Rooms 1 and 2, Commercial Bank Buildinc TOWNSHIP LINE A team of mules for sale; a good work team cheap; Weight about 1200 lbs. In ouire 3 miles east of Celina. C. F. Mc-MURAY. ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE ' In pursuance of the order of the Dro- bate court of Mercer County, Ohio, in case No. 6340, 1 wlU oner for sale, at public FERSOM 4L PROPERTY FOR SALE I will offer at public sale on TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1917 on the piem'ibes the personal proper ty assigned to me by the said Math h. Fahrig, consisting of a general hardware and tinner store and other personal projerty, provided I have not disposed of same under the order of private sale from the probate court. JOHN M. SCHLOSSER, As signee of Math R. Fahrig. Automobile Painting!! I am now ready to do ajl kinds of Automobile -Painting on short notice at the Seikit Garage, lUMet near C. N. depot, and guar antee satisfaction. Prices FORD Cars $15, $20 and $25. BIG Cars $30, $35, $40, . $45 and $50. Have your Car made like new. Otis Co f fit ward Taylor and family visited the auction, on the premises at St. Johns home of C. R. Taylor and family on (Maria Stein Ohio, Marion township, Sunday ' Mercer County, Ohio, on - Tiiren.w .1.. -i . . M A n r 1 1 a r Allen Slusser and family spent ' ' Easter with Roy Lincoln and wife. 15 Several fjom here attended the ah of lot. seven at. and six (6) feet funeral of Elmer Beougher held at from all along the west side of lot six (6 Tienvor Phannl 'nnH.iv ninrnlner ln the west addition to the town of St. weaver cnapu aunaay morning. .!,.. rn,-r rmmtv Ohio as th m Luther BlUdle and Wife 8pent Sun- Is knon on the recorded Dlat. in the re- day witl Daniel Faurot and family at corder's office of Mercer County, Ohio, and Pel inn . located on tne nortn side oi tne oia smitn Carrie Andrews spent Easter with delin Dike, aooraised at 1900.00. including Bruce Alams and family at Erastus. store room, dwelling house, barn and out Albe-t Pal.ner and wife called at -Klnliiii . h Coldwater Monday. Eggs for Hatching Single-comb White Leghorns only. 75c per 15 eggs. M. A. KSSSEN, Celina.O. I dower and homestead rights. Terms are cash. JOHN M. SCHLOSSER. Assignee of Math R. Fahrig Harry Petrie called on F. P. Cor dicr, Tuesday. Mrs. George Smith spent Monday oneriirtieth part or the louowing de with Mrs. tieorge Brown. The Northeast Quarter (14) of Section Joe Cordier and family spent Fri- Twenty-one (21, Town 6 South, Range 2 day evening with Harvey Tilton and Ohio; that the parties 'above named, to- , . ii c.m family. gether with other defendants, have or , , , i , . i ii. ii . . i . . , , . , . T r-, , , 1 lu i.e. v c. duuid unci cai 111 oaiu ui ciu' iuu nixjRi nuiuuer i w iniuui i air. anil ivirs. nomer toaip Rnent .1 1 e .v,iu . A.... 10 mno U V. Mnvnii.d utnolr l.ico, mo omuuiii. nuu c&icui u. nuiiu u run, 1 up. niuisi!iii., - - -.. . Thp nravr nf anld nptltlnn la that euros 3,250 pounds. . ueorce Brown ana family, Mr. latnUrr. '.,rd'. hRr'thfirnf my h Mrs Perry Knox spent Easter with set of to her in severalty, and if that Mr nn,l Mr r.r.r,c. Smith . cannot be done without injury, that such .... - uroceedlnes be nad as are authorized cv F. P. Cordier and family entertain- luw. nnd that said dower be assigned. - , c 1.... rne ouisons nisi aDove menuonea win KAISER Is a dark iron irray Stallion. tu -'"l"".. ouuuaj. further take notice that they have been with wiiite inar.e and tail; American reg- Mrs. John Stlllbarger called on her made parties defendant to said petition utter nuraLur 9S!'i9, French number 93021, j....),!.,. vf ra Harvpv Tiltnn ?ntnr- and that they are required to answer on si-ed by Cxrnot rumber 66666, dam Alise oaugnier. Mrs. Harvey iiuon, oaiur Qr before tne 12th y of May 1917 7V311 American. 5S009 French; bred by Oay afternoon. ELIZA SPRINGER, (formerly Eliza M. Perriot Department of Ome r ranee; jj t rOI roe an(j familv were vis- Baker), Guardian of Opal Baker, an in- - I f.. . Ulnln.lfV Clabecca Kaiser Notice to Non-Resident Pe tition to Sell Real Estate. Gilbert Hainllne, who resides at Ie Flore, In LeFloro County, Oklahoma, one of the heirs at law of William Hainline, deceased, will take notice that Fannie Baker, executrix of the estate of William Hainline, deceased, on the 10th day of February. 1917. filed her Detltion in the Probate Court within and for the County of Mercer, and State of Ohio, alleging that the personal estate of said decedent is insufficient to pay his debts, the lega cies in his will and the charges of ad ministering his estate; that he died seized in fee-simple of the following described real estate situate in said county, to-wit: Tract No. 1 The undivided one-half of the East half of Lot Number 329, in the incorporated Village of Celina. Ohio, as the same is shown on the recorded Dlat of said village. Tract No. 2. The undivided one half of West half of said Lot Number 329 In the incorporated, village of Celina. Ohio, as the same is shown on the recorded plat ox saia village. Tract No. 3 In the state of Ohio, town ship 6f Center, Mercer County, and being tne norm nan 01 tne nonn east Quarter of section seven, town Ave south, range i east, containing eu acres more or less. Tract No. 4 In the state of Ohio, town ship of Center, Mercer County, and being tne soutn-west quarter 01 tne soutn east quarter of section six, town five south, range 3 east, containing: forty acres more or less. . Tract No. 5 In the state of Ohio. Cen ter township. Mercer County, and com mencing for the same at the south-west corner of the south-west quarter of sec tion Ave, town five south, range 3 east, thence east 80 rods; thence north 80 rods; thence west 48 rods; thence south 60 rods; thence west 32 rods; thence south 30 rods to the place of beginning, containing 30 acres, more or less. The farm lands. tracts. No. 3, 4 and 5, are held and re served by the tenant thereon,' H. B. Le munyon till October 1st, 1917. Purchaser to have the land-lord's share of croDs. one-half the crops produced thereon The prayer of said petition is for a sale of said premises, free of all dower estate. for the aayment of the debts and charras aforesaid, and for the payment of legacies. ine person nrst Dove mentioned wiU further take notice that he has been made party defendant to said petition and that e is Miiuired to answer the umA nn nr before the 28th day of April A. I). 1917. Executrix aa aforesaid. February, ilst. 1917. Frank V. Short, Attorney. Raudabaugh ScThomas "INSURANCE AGENTS" . FIRE ! ! Lightning, Wind Storm, and Plate Glass Insurance. Live Stock Insured Against Death from Any Cause. Automobiles Insured Against Fire Anywhere, Subject to no As sessments. Will furnish Surety Bonds. Opposite Court House - - CELINA, OHIO foulol fttrnli IT. IQm This hnraa wplpha 2.000 pounds; good bone, and the best itors at Celina, Saturday afternoon burse in Washington township. jie Drown called on Joe Cordier. atASUM isif Saturday inese nurses win mutte ine staaun ui , - .. . , j j 11-17 at the owner's barn at ERASTUS, r. auc rars. neougirer anu uaugn (MurDhevsburel. Mercer county Ohio, on I tr-r Sarah Mr. nnd Mrs Walter Fer tile first four days of the week, and the ' . M Knah Wwt nfnt last two diys of the week at the barn of fc'ison, Ml. ana Mrs. ISOan vvesi spent Mrs. Mary Wellman, at St. Anthony, Mer- taster with Charlie Ferguson anu cer county, umo. f.mii TFfiMS COND T ONS CLABECCA 112.00 to insure colt to Fannie Cordier is visiting her eis- Stand and SUCK. ,r-o Wiu noor ITnmn Tifv If AISPH 41Kr.fl tn In.nro nntt tn Ktjind " . and suck. Jesse i ergui-on made his usual Owin horses. No better man in the business.. Kuth and Fannie Cordier called on All Dersons breeding mares and selling I r t t.. .1. wi a.. t i .ill V V, 1H ,.ll,li frvr tho In. '"" t" u a"u uo.u5n1.cl lw surance. Saturday afternoon. Both these horses are sure Dreeders, un uhnw tha haul filta In Wfl nil inert An township. at Wapakoheta season Degins April 1. Mra tne Cordier and children THOMAS SCOTT, Owner, I . ,.u EKASTLJS, OrlHJ oit.il ouuuay nun .vii. uuu mis. Al bert Sibert. John Kuhn was a Celina caller, on Saturday. Cal Yaney was ou our streets, on Monday. fant. Plaintiff. Uatea: March 26, 1917. L. C. Hlrsch, Attorney for plaintiff. CHATTEL LOANS Money to Loan on Horses. Cattle. Farm Implements and Growing Crops at a low rate. Tou can pay back at any time and stop interest. Business strictly con- udenluu. For particulars call Hiram Miesse spent last Thursday Th3 Celina Mortgage Loan Go. Wyckoff Block Wain and Market Sts., CELINA, O. Notice to Public I wish to announce that I hare opened an office for the practice of medicine in Dr. Richardson's old office, 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. Office Phone 167. Residence Phone 191. JOHN T. GIBBONS, M. D. Orvelle Raudabaugh Attorney-at-taw General practice of law. Probate practice and writing wills a specialty. Office Rooms 1 and 2, I.O.O.F. Building, -' CELINA, OHIO ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the under signed has been duly appointed and qual ified as Assignee of Math R. Fahrig, ol Alaria Stein, Mercer County, Ohio. Persons indebted tn th nM Math u Fahrig will make arrangements to par same at once. JOHN M. SCHLOSSER. Assignee of Math R. Fahrig AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE Stoddard-Dayton Touring Cur In mrA running order, 7- passenger, three-speed, leather upholstered, and a real bargain. For a quick sale, DIRT CHEAP. Call on John C. Carlln at this office to see same. For Season of 1917 INSURE AND BE SURE We renresent the AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY for Farm and City property. Best Indemnity. Lowest cost. See or write us before placing your insurance. Brookhart & Hare Eichardson Building, CELINA, OLIO ! v.-:- , . '-v Notice to Farmers and Owners of Stock We do not wish you any bad luck, but if your stock dies or gets old and worn out, we will pay highest prices for same. 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 J7..W. ing to size and condition. Highest market prices paid for butchered Beef Hides. Prices subject to change without notice. The Montezuma Fertilizer Co. MONTEZUMA, OHIO NOTICE L. M. MURLIN Real Estate for Sals or Exchange , Union Block, Rooms 10 and 11 CELINA, OHIO will say to all lovers of good horses that I have added to my Percheron an imported Belgian, dark chestnut sorrel, with silver mane and tall. This horse has proven himself one of the best breed ers in Northwestern Ohio. MARTIN No. 6332 (65338) weighing 2250 pounds. He Is in fine breeding shape and will produce the kinds of colts that sell on the market. , NORMAN, 102824 Dark Steel Gray, a good individual and a good breeder; 4 year old, weighing 1900 pounds and sired by imported horse and out of an imported mare. TERMS AND CONDITIONS MARTIN $18.00 to insure colt to stand and suck. NORMAN $13 to insure colt to stand and suck. Parties parting with mares before they are known to be in foal forfeit the insur ance. Care will be taken to prevent ac cidents, but will not. be responsible if any occur. These horses are first class breeders. Horsemen are invited to come and inspect these animals. WILL MAKE THE SEASON AT HOME ONLY It pays to breed to the best and all roads lead to my barn, i miles west of Celina, State Line pike. One-halt mile South of County Infirmary. JOHN STILLBARGER, CELINA, O. uu fllf Shed north of N.N. De pot. Phones: Office 114; Residence 201. See IMlen Our sheds have been emptied and we are now ready to care for your Hay. . Phone us, at our expense, for in- iormation. 5vu Have 9SOO.OOO.OO private Money to loan at 6 per cent-par back any time and stop interest. Money obtained direct. No cotn mmission to divide as other agencies must do, hence can make yon loan for about what other agencies themselves pay for their money Get in on this fund while it lasts. ' ED. I BIIYSON, Celina, O.