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TFtK CKLTNA DEMOCIIAT
The Commercial Bank Company One of the Oldest and Most" Reliable Banks in the Middle Western States, Whose Officers Are Men of Rectitude and Well Known Financial Ability. Familiar With the People's Needs Capital of $r0,000 and Surplus and Un divided Profits of More Than $'.10,000, With Total Re sources of Over a Million and a Quarter. One of the oldest and mont relia ble banks in the nilddleweslern states Is The Commercial Bank Company of Cellnu. Organized In 1870 this well known institution is the ploneer-of Mercer county and is a striking ex ample of substantial and conservative progress. Its ofllcers have been many years in the service of the peo ple in local financial matters, being the oldest bankers in point of ser lce in the county and the wide exper ience thus gained has added to the growth of The Commercial Hank Company and to the attractiveness of its service to the people. Familiar with the needs and demands of the general public in this section of the middlewest by rear on of their long Identification 'with the banking ac tivities vf Mercer county, it is an strange that the instltuton which they head has become one of the moat popular of the relable and conserva tive financial depositories of th's sec tion. The various departments are so arranged as to facilitate the rapid prosecution of the bank's business, as well as for the convenience of its patrons. The moi'ern steel safe and vault used by the bark are absolute ly fire anil binel-ir Til oof. and 'ie rnlety deposit boxes may be rented by the year. A general banking business is transacted and nil classes of accounts are solicited. The leading banks of the country are carried as correspon dents and collections are made and returns sunt promptly. Kvery Item of business la given the most careful attention, and the savings of the smallest depostor receive the same careful attention as the account of the wealthiest citizen or corporation. In taking up this phase of the com munity's onward progress we wish to call your attention to tho fact that The Commercial Dank Company has a capital of $50,000 while its surplus and undivided profits are $90,000 and the total resources are more than a million and a quarter dollars.. It is a striking example of more than ordinary financial ability In the conduct of its otllcers and directors, who, In the maangement of the bank, have at all times adhered to the great cardinal laws governing banking and tlnanco. Tho directors of The Commercial Dank Company are C. D. Hlerholzer, J. D. Pulskamp, A. M. Klley, J. A. Hoemer and E. J. Hierholzer These gentlemen nre among Mer cer county's best known men of af fairs, who have been intimately as sociated with tho progress of Mercer county. In this comprehensive re view of our onward progress we can not fail to compliment them upon their successful efforts in giving Mer cer county a financial institution of the character and stability of The Commercial Dank Co, which repre sents safety, service and progress. Adam Heiser Conducts One of the Model Baking Establishment of Mer cer County, Which Is Clean and Sanitary Throughout Has Been Identified With the Baking Industry Here for Thirty-One Years. The P. Kuntz & Herr Lumber Co. Located at Celina, Covers An Immense Territory The Im mense Power of This Company Enables the Local Con cern to Enter World's Largest Markets and Secure Vast Quantities Which Are Offered at Rock Bottom Prices Etlkiiently Managed by II. J. Winklejohn. A Cellna concern wbjch does more than a local business Is the Kuntz Ilerr Lumber Co., of which Mr. II. J. YVllnklejohu is the very elllclent and capable manager. There ure very few, if any, cities the slite of Cellna which have the advantage of the lo cation In their midst of such an im mense establishment as this well known concern maintains. Hy reason of their improved uud modern facilities and the large fac tory which they maintain, the ivnutz Herr Lumber Co. is able to execute all classes of work and to furnish un excelled service with promptness and dispatch. Dy reason of the tremen dous buylug power of The l'eter Kuutz Co. tills local concean Is able to enter the world's largest markets and secure vast quantities at prices so low that they offer the local pub lic astounding values in lumber and building supplies of every descrip tion. The tremendous power of such largo buying can not be too emphati cally stated, tl gives this local con cern a prestige and an advantage which no other firm enjoys and this accrues to the benefit of ull of its customers. This stock, which arrives in car load lots is offered to the public at very reasonable prices and is made up into all of the standard and spe cial supplies that are demanded by the trude. Shingles, doors, casings, sidings, lath, builders' hardware, rooilng but what is the use of trying to give even a brief review of the stock of this large concern? Suilice it to Bay that they have absolutely everything that there Is In the lumber and build ing material line and that their mill work is of a class unsurpassed by any in the country. Throughout thiB part of the country the Kunta-Herr Lumber Co. has coino to be Known us headquarters for ull of these muny things, and by fair and honest deal lug with the contractors and the pub' lie the company has not only Jncroas- ed Its patronage, but held the trade of old customers for years. That wisdom was exercised in the selection of Mr. Winklejohn iib man uger Is evidenced by tho unequaled prosperity of the concern under his direction. Thoroughly conversant with every feature of the business and the large establishment which he manages, this popular man has won the everlasting frelndship and patron age of his hundreds of customers Able and elllclent, but ut t became time genial and uccommounung. Air Winklejohn has become one of the prominent men in his line in this sec lion and deserves the success that he has achieved anil the commendation that Is being given him by the public The P. huntz-Herr Co. is known throughout the middlewest as the leaders In the lumber and builders supply business. The tremendous prestige of their Immense volume of business, the experience of years us the prominent firm In this line, the practical knowledge that has won for them the recognition of the country at large and the patronage of thou sands, all adds to the progress and prosperity of Celina in which one of their large und modern establish ments Is located. There is no firm that is a more important factor in the development of this community than The Kuntz-Herr Lumber Co. and in making tills review of our onwa progress it Is fitting and proper that we make prominent reference to their immense operations and valuable presence In our midst. For a hundred reasons the bakery that is neat, clean, tidy and sanitary, where the proprietor and his assist ants are particular about their per sonal appearance, is the one above all others to patronize. When the people who handle im portant articles of food and the place in which they are handled, are as de scribed above, it is safe to wager that what they have to offer their custom ers is the best that money can buy. That is the kind of place that is operated by Adam Heisser and the kind that they have been operating since they first opened their doors to the people of this town, thirty-one years ago. The greatest care is exercised and only the best materials are used and run throught the latset approved ma chinery. This Inshures pure and wholesome bread cakes, pies and other .delicious bakery dainties. Air. Heisser does both a whole sale and retail business. So great has been his care in his effort to give the people of Mercer county the most wholesome food that his hosts of customers have learned to refuse goods from any other es tablishment, because they have con fidence in Heisser's products. The business of this bakery Is by no means confined to Celina, but ex tends throughout the community and wit hthe excellent delivery service that Mr. Heisser maintains his pa trons far and near are served with unfailing regularity. Having gained a reputation for its good business methods, satisfactory service an dthe best of wholesome products Mr. Heisser finds his goods much in demand, and, as a conse quence, his business is growing rap idly. Ye are glad to compliment him on his success of a third of a century. ' BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS Vm. Primavesi An Insurance Underwriter of Celina Who Represents Some of the World's Strongest Companies, and Gives His Clients Real Service, Magnanimous and Courteous. There is probably no man in the professional world of western Ohio, has come to the front mre rapidly than Wm. Primavesi, of Celina, as he enjoys a large patronage in the in surance business in this section of the state. Mr. Primavesi represents some of the world's strongest com panies and is able to write any kind of insurance: fire, life, accident, tor nado, explosion, plate glass, storm, liability, and in fact every kind of in surance that is written. If you are thinking of any insurance just stop in and see Mr. Primavesi and have a little chat with him. He places real service first and is thoroughly con versant with all phases of the busi ness and stands ready and willing to give you all information you desire as courtesy and accomodation are the watchwords of his office where you are always welcome. He understands the business in which he is engaged and he appre ciates the value and need of real mag- hind them but a courteous and accom modating as well as an efficient local representative. Such is Wm. Prima vesi for he has made it a feature of his policy to give any and all infor mation whenever requested without entailing the 1 nquirer with the slightest obligation. The ercan be no question in this enlightened age, but that everyone owning property should also own in surance. By offering the people of Celina and Mercer county the service of a man of experience, reliable and expert in formation and some of tho formost companies W)in. Primavesi is giving the local public, metro politan service of the very highest or der and is greatly increasing the com mercial efficiency of the city afnd the county. It is a pleasure for us in this Pros llfrnty Edition to direct your atten tion to this progressive Celina busi ness man and to the agency which he operates as one of the very desirable naninious service. Fire, lightning features of the business lire of the and wind insurance policies require city and one of our most valuable as not only a responsible company be-1 sets. Mercer County's Elite As Well As Those of the Middle Class Find Gottlieb's Tailoring More Satisfactory Than That of Large Metropolitan Houses. up a reputation that extends through out this section and which adds to the volume of his business each seas on. His tailoring has become one of the features o fthe commercial effi ciency of Mercer county and com pares most favorably with the most exclusive houses of the large metro politan cities. Mr. Gottlieb is one of the well known and prominent citi zens pf Celina and we are glad to give commendable mention to his business activities. When a tailor is able to satisfy the most exacting demands of all classes of people then it must be acknowled ged that he has reached an enviable position in his trade. Such is the case here in Celina with Mr. Wm. Gottlieb, who is one of the prominent custom tailors of this section of the middlewest. People of every class have found that the clothes made by him are satisfactory in every particu lar and made of tbe best materials. The most exclusive patterns and-mix- tures can be found in his complete stock and if you prefer the more mo derate priced of the tasteful and ap proved designs of the season they can be had at very reasonable prices. And no matter what price of material you select, if you order from Gottlieb, you get the famous satisfactory fitting that has distinguished his work from that of the average tailor. Gottlieb not only makes you a suit or an over coat but he builds your clothing to your Individual requirements of your physique. They give the wearer an air of distinction that belongs to the individually tailored man, but which is so hard to secure. Through the commendable busi ness methods that have marked his entire career and the excellent qual itis of his materials and his expert workmanship Mr. Gottlieb has build 1 NO SWITCH IN TAX PLANS Adjournment of the reichstag until May 2, after a brief session, is report ed in a dispatch from Amsterdam. Three men were killed In an e plosion at the Coalburg plant of the Aetna Explosives company at Bir mingham, Ala. Calvin A. Frye, seventy-ono, Boston, former assistant to Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy, founder of the Christian Sci ence church. Is dead. "Patriotic reasons" are given for postponement of International Chris tian Endeavor convention to have been held in New York July 4. Mrs. Sarah Meixel, fifty-seven, was found murdered In a barn at South Bend, Ind. Beside her was found her husband, sixty-seven, fatally injured. Were victims of robbers. Corporal Ronald Hoskier, twenty one, of South Orange, N. J., dtstln guished for daring as a member of the American flying corps, was killed j in r ranee in an aenai combat with uermaus. Leslie woman suffrage commission of New York announced that 8,557,303 women In tho United States have the ballot. Florida senate passed a resolution to submit equal sufirage to the voters i in 1918. Measure now goes to the bouse, At Mobile, Ala., Wallace Leonco Farragut, great-grandson of Admiral Farragtit, enlisted In the United States navy. Frederick Carlos Ferry, dean of Williams college since 1902, was elect ed president of Hamilton college, Clinton, N. Y. Edward Vinton of Buffalo, who con ducted a dog act in vaudeville, fell dead of heart diseases on the stage of a Detroit theater. Two cases of Infantile paralysis, the first this year, were reported by the New York department of health. Earl B. Rice, seventeen, died at Detroit of a broken neck. Officials of the board of education have begun an investigation of charges that Rico sustained his injury while being in itiated Into a fraternity. Over 200 Princeton students applied for admission to the university's avia tion school. Arthur T. Schroeder, postal clork at Toledo, was dismissed for an un patriotic remarks. One man was killed in a fire follow ed by two explosions at Seaboard By products Coke company plant in course of construction at Kearney, N. J. Charles M. Schwab offered to the lehem plant In any way during the war. The offer was made to Secre tary Daniels. Social features will be eliminated at 1917 convention of the Imperial council of tho Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, at Min neapolis, June fo 28, because of the war. During the first twenty days of April, 0S6 recruits were accepted In Ohio, the war detriment reports. Ohio Is lan'gintf Huy behind lndip.ua, which produced 2,124 recruits In tho samp period. Japanese administration was suc cessful In the recent elections. Oregon Is the first slate to till Its quota, of army enlistments. The 809 men called for have, been sworn into the federal service. Ohio canneries, about I'M in Hum Der, have otiereu an n.vera'je increase in prices of 35 per cent for vegeta bles raised for caiiir'ng pr.rj.oseg. Will H. Parry of Seattle, vl s chair man of the federal trade commission, died at Washington from the effects of an operation performed a wjkaso. Theodore Roosevelt advocates that t'ne use of automobiles fo joy r.dui be stopped, so that the naUmr sup ply of gasoline can l e conserved for war purposes. Petrlus Von Den Corput was put to death in the electric chair in rSii;g Sing prison for the musdor of Bar bara Wright in New York. "Before Clod, I am innocent," were yon Den Corput's last words. Abram I. Elkus, United States am bassador to Turkey, is ill with typhus fever in Constantinople. Federal government, closed a deal with a Chicago packing house for f 2;4,00 worth of ba' on, at 35 cents per pound. Frank Snedaker was Instantly Klil-1 ed and Lesley Druddury fatally in jured ba fast freight wiien their bus was demolished at Augusta, Ky. Clyde Freeman, twenty-eight. De troit patrolman, is under arrest charged with burglary. He is said to have confessed to rifling a dry goods store four times. Governor Whitman is authorized iu a bill before the New York legisla ture to appoint Theodore Roosevelt a major general of the national guard and place him on the reserve list. Mayor Thompson invited municipal executives of all Illinois towns to at tend a general conference at Chicago April 27 to discuss food conservation William Berri, owner and publisher of the Brooklyn Standard-Union, died at his home lu Brooklyn. For many years he was prominent In Republi can politics. A new bell at tho Lutheran church in Hopewell township will be dedicat ed with appropriate services Sunday afternoon and evening. The pro gram will Include songs, prayers and a German sermon In the afteroon and an English sermon In the evening by Rev. A. J. Fuger, of Richmond, Ind. HOPE Sunday school was well attended last Sunday, there being 193 present. The ottering amounted to $6.22. Dan Eichenauer's class had the banner collection. You are Invited. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smltn ana MIbb Carrie llollenbaclier, all of cClina, at tended church at ollue, Sunday morn ing. A 'largo crowd attended JJie preach ing services Sunday evenrng. This was the first preaching service for the now conference yeap.- There will be preaching servlcees next Sunday morning and evening. Prayer meeting everg Wednesday evening. J. H. Hailing . Conducts a Modern Hardwood Mill at St. Henry That Is a Great Accom modation to the People of the County. The hardwood mill of J. II. Hartiug, of St. Henry, is one of the important in dustries of the southern part of Mercer County that has been a great accomoda tion to the people in that section of the county iu the way of furnishing the land owner with a valuable market for his tinier and the people with a great market for lumber of all sizes. Mr. Harting in addition to the general operation of the mill does custom sawing for his numer ous' patron and as his mill is equipped to get the maximum amount of l'imber out a given amount of timber. This work is done at very reasonable prices and is a great conveneine to the people who own property and desire to uiuke improve ments or build new buildings. Mr. Harting is a large purchaser of timber, for which he always pays the top of the market in cash. We refer in this Prosperity Kdition of The Democrat to Mr. Harting and his extensive manufacturing and business operations as one of the distinctive fea tures of the business life of St. Henry, and assnre all our readers that at his null they will always get the best of service and the most courteous and fair treatment. The First National Bank of Celina The Member of the Federal Reserve System of Hanks in Celina and Our Gibralter from a Financial Standpoint Has Capital and Surplus of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars and Total Resources of Over a Million and a Half Under Competent and Constructive Direction. One of the Institutions that gives stability to the financial and commer cial Interests of Mercer county Is The First National Bank of Celina. From the day that it first opened Us doors to tho people of this community It has alwayB beenunder the manage ment of conservative yet progressive men. Men or broad anil liberal views In the matter of caring for their pa trons neeiU, yet men who have care fully guarded the best Intersts of the depositors by demanding the fullest security and adhering to the cardinal laws ol finance. This invariable policy haB gained i'he First National Bank the greatest confidence of the people of Celina and Bank are James II. Day, president J. K. Hattery vice-president; C. H. Howlck .cashier; J. P. LeBlond and T. A, Wels assistant caBhlers; John Spriggs and Crover C. Howlck tell ers. The active management of the bankB' affairs ate lh the hands of these gentlemen who appreciate the Importance of the Institution they head and each bus been an essential contributor to its success. , Strong of character, conservative of principle and progressive of purpose they have guided Its affairs wisely end it Is honored and respected throughout tho banking circles of the nation. The First National Bank has capital und surplus of one hundred and fifty The Celina Machine Shop Operated by Mr. Spieler, Conducts a Very Efficient Machine Shop and Turns Out High-Class Work. V J' :U i 1 1 ill the surrounding country and among ito customers you will find some of the community's most prominent men and firms, A distinctive feature of The First National Bank which is a we)l meri ted tribute to the succassful manage ment of it a affairs by U officers and directors is the fact that it hnc been selected as a member of the Federal Reserve System, being the only bank in Cellna so honored. The Federal Reesrve System makes one nation wide, strong chain of banks, solidly linked together to protect their de positors and the fact that The First National Bank is Included in' this Federal System adds materially to the financial' stability and attractive ness or Mercer county. thousand dollars and total resources of more than a million and a half dollars. This is truly a remarkable showing and tho result of more than ordinary financial ability Is shown by Its officers and directors. It tran sacts a general banking business and for the convenience of its patrons has safety deposit boxes for rent in Its modern steel vault. In n.aking this review of the on ward progress of Mercer county, The Decocrat wishes to compliment The First National Bank, its officers and directors and to direct the attention of all of our readers to this strong financial depositors here in Cellna which is the only member of the Fed eral Reserve System in Mercer coun ty and which shows such substantial The ofllcers of The First National I and conservative progress. The establishment of the Celina Machine Shop, operated by Mr. Spiel er, adds to the general efficiency of Celina as a center for machine snop work, as he has a concern that would be a credit to any town many times the size of Celina. The shop is equipped to turn out all classes of machine shop work. No matter what may be your needs in this line, Spieler is able to take care of them. He Is a machinist of ability and repute and Is able in an instant to tell you exactly what is wrong, what the probable cost will be, and when you ran get the article in ques tion. If it will not pay to fix the par ticular part he will promptly tell you so. One of the special features of the place Is the getting out of work on time and when .promised. His charges are always of the most pleasing char- cter and the reputation or nis es tablishment as a hospital for broken parts of all kinds in well known. Mr. Spieler and his establishment are important features of the life of Mercer county, and no matter what may be your needs in the lines he handles, when you fall at hi pjace you will find him courteous and ac commodating, efficient ana capable. Hi scharges are always right. He is one of th.e prominent business men of Mercer qounty and worthy of extend ed mention in thiB review of our progress, Mrs. Dodge Anthony, of Detroit, Midi., formerly Mies Margurite Web- government the services of the Beth- er, visited her parents her this week. 8olon to Make Great Drive Against the Wealthier Classes. Washington, April 27. Reports from tite subcommlMeo of the ways and means committee framing the $2,000,000,000 taxation hill indicate there, has been no switch in the plans to make a great drive against the wealthier classes. It was learned that tlie lowering of the income tdit ex emption to $1,000 for single persons and $1,500 for married men is being considered. Although the cTiances fav or exemptions of $1,500 and $2,000 re spectively. However, the surtaxes on swollen incomes will be nearly con fiscatory, as one of the suggestions un der consideration Is a GO per cent tax on all annual Incomes above $350,040 Interstate commerce commission declared justified an Increase of $2.50 in the rates on oysters in the shell in carload lots from the Atlantic sea board to western points. Calbuco volcano, on the southeru coast of Cb'le. Is in serious eruption. Great volumes of smoke hang over the surrounding mountains and streams of molten lava are flowing over the countryside, killing cattle and destroying property. i ill 1 ft ( IfA'. rW Mult i '1 During these days of advanced prices on everything, we believe every man is interested in get ting the most for every cent that he spends. Roemer's Shoes give you real value for your money, and that's, a good thing to know. Come in and see what we can do for you on that next pair shoes. oemers CELINA Jji & ij J j 11 The Boosz Studio Is An Art Center for Celina and Mer. cer County, and Mr, Q. A, Booze Has Had Thirty Years' Experience . jn the Art of Photography. J. E. Hamburger A Prominent Citizen and Well Known Real Estate Dealer at Celina, Who Has a Wide Acquaintance and Practical Experience in His Par ticular Field. There Is propably no other dealer in this section who has a greater knowledge of values or is possessed of wider experience in the handling of real estate than J. E. Hamburger, of Celina, who is familiar with proper ty values in many states of the Union. This prominent dealer is well and favorably known throughout the mid dlewest and the excellent service that he has been rendering his many clients tstifles to the success of his operations. Those who have property which they wish to dispose qt to advantage will do well to consult this well known real esfate man, for he will be able to obtain for tneju the high' est price that the market permits. And those who wish to purchase can not do better than to have a confer ence with Hamburger for ii4 is fami liar with many parcels of valuable real estate which can be bought to advantage. The straightforward methods which have always characterized his dealings have won for Mr. Hamburr ger the confidence and respect of bis hundreds of friends and acquaintan ces and have brought him an ever lasting business. We are glad to com pliment Mr. Hamburger in this Pros perity Edition upon his efficiency and standing, and to direct your attention to this prominent Celina man as one of the reiable and representative real estate dealers of this section. The Celina Steam Laundry Will Wash Comfort Into Your Clothe by Modern Methods, Under the Able Direction ot Dan McKiruan. In a review of this character It is eminently fitting that we devote some of our space to a frank testimonial of the excellent work performed at the G. A. Boosz Studio here in Ce llna, in the successful practice of his interesting ana artistic proression. The art of photography, which was introduced by Daguerre nearly a century ago, has within this period devloped from a mechanical trade to an art science and the photographer of today must be a man o' advanced ideas and thorough training so as to successfully compete with the men who are now making this profession an art science. As regards the above we can "say that Mr. G. A. Boosz is a finished photographer wno has made a study for tBtrtj years of his interesting profession and that mod ern photography Is executed by him In a truly artistic manner. He has in his studio, which may well be termed Mercer county's art center, the Jfjtest mechanical devices for the production of artistic photographs and is admirably equipped to pro duce anything in the way of modern photography to please the most criti cal. Speoiiil attention is given to en largements and amateur finishing. In the artistic production of children's pictures he has gained well merited commendation, In the matter of taking outdoor iws he has ably demonstrated his ability hh many oc cosions. He has an excellent display including the photographs of many well-known people of Mercer county, j Taken all in all, Mr. porjie is a wor thy member of his profession and th Democrat is glad to congratulate the people of Mercer County upon having a man of such artistic ability In their mWst and to give blm favorable men tion In this Prosperity Edition. IBSEN'S "DOLL'S HOUSE" ON THE SCREEN. Bluebird Photoplay Inc. Is producing Henrlk Ibsen's famous drama, "The Doll's House," as a five-reel feature, under the direction of Joseph De Grasse. This most celebrated of alf the plays of the great Norwegian dramatist has been an Immense suc cess on the speaking stage, nn has been played In almost every country ine worm wnere the theatre Is ah Institution. It has been translated into an languages. In tho film version the prlncinnl roles wil be taken by Dorothy Phil lips, who will enact Nora, and Lon phaney, who will play her husband, wiui wuiiom Btoweii in support. The piny Is receiving the most careful adaptation, and the settings , and no? cessories will all be as painstakingly woruea out as lr the production were for a great Broadway theatre. The play Is expected to duplicate the -success as a motion picture which it has naa as a speaking drama. Ed Roesner, a Cincinnati Northern brakeman, lost his right arm last Monday- afternoon, when he was thrown from a freight car. and fell in such a manner that the wheels pass ed over the arm at the elbow. ' He was. hurried to the Otis hospital, where the arm was amputated just above the elbow. eH hj single and lives at Van Wert. Mr. C. LeRoy Plfer and Miss Ber tha Uninger, both Of near Rock ford, were united in marriage at the M. E. church In this city last Saturday morning, Rev, Lance officiating. Cleaning clothes is not only taking the dirt out, but also consists of turn ing out a clean, smooth garment, which one would be proud to wear. New machinery and sanitary methods are necessary to "wash comfort Into clothes" and this the new Celina Steam Laundry surpasses all others. While the old-fashioned method of dumping a bunch of laundry into a tub and swishing it around in a few gallons of water doped up with some washing powder may suit some laund ries and their patrons, this popular Celina institution thoroughly cleanses your linen by the latest sanitary methods and returns them to you fresh and free from all germs and dirt. . The Celina Laundry is equipped with the latest modern machinery in stalled in an up-to-date and well lighted factory. , It makes a specialty of family washings and many Celina housewives are now marveling at; their wonderful results. One of the rules of the laundry is to make sat-, isfactory anything that does not please and this arrangement Is a most satisfactory one in this day of rifsh and hurry. The worry and dread of wash-dav is not necessary to those who have tried the Celina method. Many have found that their family washings can be done cheaper and much more sat isfactorily by the up-to-date laundry wbich is now turning out the most excellent work at the most reasonable prices. If you have never sent your family washings to the Cellna Steam Laun dry Just call them up over the phone and the auto delivery wagqn will come and get your laundry and deliv er it on time. The Democrat is pleased to point with pride to the efficiency of this in stitution under the direction of Mr. McKirnan and to compliment him up on the admirable manner in which he coducts his enterprlze. FOR SALE Town Properties Vacant lot -and good buggy. Call at 619 North Su gar street. $-Bt- LEGAL NOTICE ,n?tarine.J- Wyman. residing at Np. rhiii'r? AVei?"e. ' Wayne, Indian."; t-hlllp L'Mtoh, fcusunnah Dutch William Johns and l.ncv .ini,n n, D( . "1 t-uc-h of wuom is unknown ;the unknown "Hsu-ieos, assignees, ad-riliiistiatoi-s mid . executors ot Phllln ii"m ' B"d,.the ame of the defendant, Hillium Johns; will take notice that on the 4th day-of Anrll 1H7 u., . ," "I'd Peier Kable, filed their petition In he Common Pleas Court of Mercer Coun t.y. Ohio, in case No. 9351 against the above named parties and other, pravinir for an ornei" ouleting the title in i.lain tlU's, to t:,e fnllowins lands to-wlt: Com mencing for tho same at tho northX.il. corner, of the south-east quarter, of aeoi tion nine, tuwn five south, range one eaai thence north forty rods jthence east oni hundred and sixty rorla: H,,.n ...,u ,'!" ty rods; thence west one hundred und uii and two thirds rods; thence south ivt5 rotls; thence west fifty three and one' third rods; thence north eighty rods to Ihe nlaeo of bfplnnlnir AnS rZ ,. formation of a deed, bv coi-rof-tin.? thl same, so tnut It may read Christian Ka ble instead of Christian Kouley. 4 oaia parties are required to answer, on r before (he lC.th day of June, 1U17 ' HENRY LIN-X anf 1'KTKU KABLE. John W. loreo) Plaintiffs attorney.