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TIIB CELEXA DEMOCRAT
DR. FRAIIX J. BRANDS; ' Prominent Mercer County Veter inarian, With Offlcea at St. Hen ry, Who Baa Won an Enviable Position by Prof esalonal Work The Stearic Acid Company A Local Manufacturing Concern Whose Products Are Going to Every Point of the Compass Is One of the Most Im portant of Celina's Industrial Assets, As It Brings Many Dollars to County, Aiding in Our Progress and Expansion The RocHford Equity Exchange Co. At Rockford Operate One of the Most Complete Establish ments in the Central West The Latest Proposition in Commercial Efficiency, Dealing in Grain, Feed, Flpur and Allied Lines. The Farmers Bank Of Rockford Is One of the Institutions of Mercer County That Has Served Satisfactorily As the Depository of the People for Some Time Under Competent and Con servative Direction. of High Character. Meeting with instant, universal ap proval the products of The Stearic Acid Company bora in Celina are now going to every point of the compass and with the dawn of the new pros perity lu the nation we predict for this large and important concern a future that will make it one of the busiest bee-hives of industry In the contry. 'I here is not &n establishment In Mercer county that lo of greater com mercial value than The Stearic Acid Company of which Mr. Au gust J. Spieler Is the president and directing v head. Realizing at the start that the market for the products was practically with out limit, Mr. Spieler and his com pany set out to serve the entire world. By progressive trnd constructive methods their business has increased and the output has grown to large proportions. Despite adverse busi ness conditions and- in the face of strong competition that they have en countered at times The Stearic Acid Company of Celina has continued to grow and expand and with it Celina has become a larger and more , pro gressive city. The plant of the concern is housed In modern factory and has adequate shipping facilities at its command enabling it to dispatch its products to all parts of the country. Employed by the company will be found men prominently Identified with the scien tific advancement o fthe country who are experts in the particular field to which they are now devoting their at tention. In making this review of the onward progress of the county the Democrat wiBhes to direct your special attention to The Stearic Acid Company and the admirable and suc cessful manner in which its affairs are directed by Mr. Spieler. A prom inent and well known resident of Mercer county, Mr. Spieler has al ways taken an active interest in the affairs of his home community and though the business of bis company Is transacted almost entirely in ter rltory foreign to Celina. he has al ways been a liberal contributor to all propositions that promised the advancement of this city and county. His company has been one of the im oprtant factors in the commercial do velopment of this section. His com' tnendable activities in the industrial life of the middlewest are truly wor thy of more than passing notice at our hands in this compilation of those Arms and business men who have assisted in bringing Celina and Mercer ocunty to tha front. PUMPKIN CENTER Several o fthis vicinity attended the prayer meetln gat Beaver Chapel vvednesda yevenlng. Henry aOus, Jr., entertained com pany Friday evening. Mrs. Henry Steele, Cora Gaua and Carrie Annderson were Celina callers Saturday. Mrs. Charles Bcougher and daugh ter were business visitors east of this place aSturday. Henry tSeele was a Celina caller Saturday evening. Loree Anderson left for Flint, Mich., Sunday, where he is employ ed in the liuick Auto factory. Henry aGus, Jr., and family, and Carrie Anderson were Coldwater call ers aSturday evening. Henry Gaus, Sr., and wife enter tained company Sunday. The temperance lecture held at Beaver Chapel Sunday evening was largely attended. Henry Steele and wife, Cora Gaus and Carrie Anderson were auto rid ing Sunday. Henry Gaus, Jr., and family called on Levi Shively and family Sunday afternoon. Lewis Gaus and family were Cold water business callers Saturday ev ening. When Women are Weak ' Women who feel weak, languid and depressed who look pale and dull-eyed, and have lost appe tite and fresh looks need a tonic that will purify th? blood, help the organs of digestion, regulate the liver and bowels, and strengthen the system. It long has been known that Beeepatfa Pitts are a blessing to weak women, for they quickly correct womanly ailments, improve the appetite, purify the blood and re-establish healthy conditions. They are safe to take as they are purely vegetable and without any harmful drug. A few doses will bring better spirits, improved health, a feeling of fitness and Give Renewed Strength Directions of Special Value to Women are with Every Box Sold by druggist throughout thevrorld. In boxes, 10c, 25c ' Two Imported Stallions Gajeur, 2075, Pourquoi 8253 GAJEUR Is a bay horse, 9 years old, good action gentle disposition and weighs 2,000 pounds. Sure breeder and many good colts to show. LEGAL NOTICE POUDQUOI is a bay horse coming ( years old, good heavy bone, good action and gentle disposition, and weighs 1900 pounds. Breeders are invited to see these horses before breeding. They will make the sea son of 19 at my barn on E. Wayne St., opposite East School building, CELINA. Will be found there at all times. TERMS AND CONDITIONS ON EITHER HORSE $15.00 to Insure colt to stand and suck. Parties parting with mares before known to be in foal forfait insurance. Will make ail efforts to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible It any occur. . " JOHN HEIN, CELINA, OHIO Automobile Painting!! I am now ready to do all kinds of Automobile Painting on short notice at the V Seitart Garage, .Market 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 Coffit Catharine J. WVman. residing at No. 1002, Grace Avenue, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Ehilio Dutch. Susannah Dutch. William Johns and Lucy Johns ,the residence of eacn or wnom is unknown ;tne unknown heirs, csvlsees. legatee?, assignees, ad ministrators and executors of Philip Dutch, and the same of the defendant, William Johns; will take notice that on tne n aay or April, ienry uno and Peter Kuble, filed their petition, in the common fleas court or Mercer Coun ty. Ohio, in case No. 9361 against the above named parties and others, praying tor an oraer quieting tne title in plain tiffs', to the following lands to-wit: Com mencing for the same at the north-west corner, of the south-east quarter, of sec tion nine, tuwn five south, range one east. thence north forty rods ;thence east one hundred and sixty rods; thence south six ty rods; thence west one hundred and six and two thirds rods; thence south sixty rods; thent-o wt.-st fifty three and one third ro(W; thence north eighty rods to the place of beginning. And for the re formation of a deed, by correcting the same, so tnat It may read Christian tLB. ble Instead of Christian Kopley. Said parties are required to answer, on or before the 16th day of June, 1917. HENP.Y LINN and TETER KABLE. John W. Loreo. Plaintiff's attorney. Notice to Non-Resiient Pe tition to Sell Real Estate. Gilbert Halnltne, who resides at Le Flore, In LeFloro County, Oklahoma, one of the heirs at law of William Halnline, deceased, will take notice that Fannie Baker, executrix of the estate of William Mainline, deceased, on the 10th day of February, 1917, filed her petition 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 plat of said village. - Tract No. 2. The undivided one half of West half of said Lot Number 829 in the incorporated Village of Celina, Ohio, as the same is shown on the recorded plat of said village. Tract No. 3 In the state of Ohio, town ship of Center, Mercer County, and being the north half of the north east quarter of section seven, town five south, range 3 east, containing 80 acres more or leas. Tract No. 4 In the state of Ohio, town ship of Center, Mercer County, and being the south-west quarter of the south east quarter of section six, town five south, range 3 east, containing forty acres more or less. Tract No. 6 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 Ave south, range 8 east, thence east 80 rods; thence north 80 rods; thence wast 48 rods; thence south 60 rods; thence west -32 rods; thence south 30 rods to the place of beginning, containing 30 acreB, more or less. The farm lands, tracts. No. 3, 4 and E, are held and re served by the tenant thereon, H. B. Le munyon till Ootober 1st, 1917. Purchaser to have the land-lord's share of crops, 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 payment of the debts and charges aforesaid, and for the payment of legacies. " The person first bove mentioned will further take notice that he has been made a party defendant to said petition and that ho is required to answer the same on or before the 28th day of April A. D. 1917. FAN NIB BAKER. , I Executrix as aforesaid. February, Slst, 1917. lYaiilc V. Short, Attorney. The profession of the veterinary surgeon should be one of the utmost Importance and we cannot fall In this comprehensive review of Madison county's progress to devote some space to a well merited tribute of the excellent work performed by Dr, Frank J. Brands, of St. Henry, since locating there In the practice of his useful profsslon. During the years that he has been in active practice Dr. Brands has gained a valuable clientlle due to his demonstrated ability as a practi cal veterinarian, for he Is a graduate of an accredited school and Is licens ed to practice In both Ohio and Indi ana and uses the latest and most mo dern methods known to his profes sion. Those who may secure the services of Dr. Brands, of St. Henry, are sure to be pleased, as he is a gentleman who performs his work in a thorough ly conscientious manner and is sure to satisfy the most exacting. Since locating in the county he has gained the respect and good will of all who have had dealings with him, and we nredlct for him a most successful fu ture in the practice of his valued profession. John M. Kramer An Expert Sanitary Engineer and Electrical and Heating Specialist, Who Places the Vast Experience of Himself and His Assistants at Service of the People of This Sec tion of Ohio. Radiating progress and .Industry The Itoci.iord Equity Exchange is es sentially one of the most important factors In the commercial life of Mercer county and through its efforts Is resulting the development of the agricultural interests of Mercer coun- TheSplant of The Rockford Equity Exchange is one of the largest and best equipped in this section of Ohio and has adequate shipping facilities giving it access to all parts of the central west for the receipt of grain and the distribution of flour to their thousands of customers. The capac ity of the Rockford Equity Exchange Is very large and the granaries have been constructed along modern lines. The Rockford Equity Exchange is an Institution that consists of an or ganization of farmers and is consti tuted along the most modern lines of commercial life. The establishment is under the management of Mr. Doran. The Democrat is pleased to point to this establishment as one of the progress ive Institutions of Mercer county. , Mr. Louis Eckhart ia the president. and by his acute business Judgment this gentlemen is not only maintain lug the prestige of the place but has kept thoroughly apace with the times and has placed the concern in the en viable position it occupies today, Through his straightforward, pro gressive and above the board policies he has built up a trade of Immense proportions and had established reputation of having one of the most prominent, reliable and thoroughly up-to-date concerns of its kind in the country. The Democrat, in making this re view of the onward progress of Mer cer county is pleased to compliment Mr. Eckhart and Mr. Doran upon the very able manner in which the direc tion of the Rockford Equity Ex change is operated and to predict that with them at Its head it will continue to prosper and expand. J. A. Gels Store At St. Henry Is One of the Largest and Most Popular Mer chandising Concerns in the Southern Part of Mercer County An Extensive Buyer, and His Patrons Always Derive the Benefit of His Business Methods. Metropolitan service of the very highest order la offered the people of this section of Ohio by John M. Kra mer, sanitary engineer and expert heating specialist and electrical con tractor in Maria Stein. The people of this section no longer have to con tent themselves with the unsatisfac tory and crude work of the "jack-of all-trade", for a consuftation with Mr. Kramer will bring to the solution of all your plumbing, heating and sheet metal problems the advice and skill of professional engineers of wide ex perience and success. Efflcint and dexterous by reason of the knowledge that comes from hav ing mastered all of the Intricate tech nical problems of his profession and supreme in the prestige that accom panies the use o fthe very finest of materials John M. Kramer has built up an extensive patronage In this section of the Buckeye state and has won for himself and his establish ment a prominent position in the commercial life of the middlewest. At his up-to-date and thoroughly modern establishment at Maria Stein you will find equipment and fixtures of the most scientifically correct and latest design. Bath tubs and bath room necessities there are in great profusion ,and in this department you will find that the experience and ex pertnes3 of Mr.' Kramer and his men will execute your work with efficien cy. In regard to heating, no matter what may be your choice of system, Mr. Kramer is prepared to equip your house, store or office with the best and most modern heating equipment. All of the other features of the plumbing and heating trade are equally as well handled by Mr. Kra mer and every detail Is given the most painstaking care. Honest and straight-forward in his business pol icies, Mr. Kramer is a prominent bus iness man of this section, is manager of the Marlon Telephone Co., and merits the extensive patronage he re- ceivs. A spclalty is made of water pump ing systems and country plumbing in all its various phases. Mr. Kramer has made a thorough study of this feature. A shopping tour of Mercer county would not be complete without doing business with Gels' Big Store at St. Henry. Mr. Gels operates one of the leading stores of this section. He is considered by wholesale firms as one of their largest buyers in this part of the State and consequently Is giv en the unusual advantages offered to a merchant of this class. Much of his stock Is purchased in carload lots and as a result he is able to give the public an extraordinary service in high-class goods at very reasonable prices. In his establishment at St. Henry he carries a full line and his stock is complete in every particular, having been selected for its value. He is able to compete in style and quality with any city or catalogue house In the country and save you more than car fare or expressage. This estab lishment is one of the largest stock ed BtoveE in the county and Mr. Gels draws :rade not only froci St. Henry but from the country for .many miles around. In the grocery department you will find that Gels has pure and whole some goods and standard brands that are" popular the country over. The State of Ohio City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oh that he Is senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney ft Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said Arm will pay the sum of ONE3 eUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON. (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken In ternally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous (Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 76c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. LEGAL NOTICE xti to 1 cl.r i.!v.,n tVint Ksf Im.nfpd Assessment of "the coat of constructing the Storm Sewer in the District consisting or the Territory bounded on the North by liie isortn uorporauon une, u w3 rai V... 1.-.... flnpnAi'llHfin linA An the South by the Reservoir, and on the est hy Main street, on lors anu innua ucuc flted, and to be charged therewith, as set forth in a Resolution, number 269, to con struct said sewer, passed June 13, 1:116, 1 V ..... ,i rr. A .annrarl t ft tllA Pniin. UlLS MCCII 1 HI ' 1 ' niiu ivu. oil, and said Estimated Assessment is now on tile in the umce or tne i-iem ui me ATin.. nr riuinu fnw Iha Inattention rind examination of 'ail persons Interested inerein. By order of the Council of the Village of Celina, Ohio. April 18th, 1917. beat is none too good for his customers. Mr. Gels is a business man of the present day who realizes the profits to be made from quick turnovers. He offers his goods at low prices because he buys in large quantities and In the right markets, and is satisfied with a small profit on each sale. That he is honest and straightforward goes without saying, and that he has won the patronage of hundreds of custo mers through his merchandising pol icy is proof of the wisdom of his system. Vje are pleased in this Prosperity Edition of the Democrat o give Mr. Gels and his commendable establish ment prominent mention. Clabecca CLABECCA A Belgian Stallion, whose Stud Book number Is 47912. was Import ed August 19, 1909 by the Maywood Stock Farm, Jmp. Co. He is a big Stallion, and neighs z.zuu pounds. . Kaiser KAISER Is a dark iron gray Stallion, with white mar.e and tall: American ree nter number 9S919. French number 93022,. sired by (Jarnot rumber 66666, dam Alise 7"311 American. 5S009 French; bred by M. fernot uepirtment or urne r ranee; fouled March 15, 1910. This horse weighs 2,000 pounds; good bone, and the best horse in Washington township. SEASON 1917 These horses will make the season of 1M7 at the owner's barn at ERASTUS, (Murpheysburg). Mercer county Ohio, on the first four days of the week, and the last two d-iys of the week at the barn of Airs. Alary weiiman, at St. Anthony, Mer cer County, Uhio. TERMS CONDITIONS CLABECCA $12.00 to Insure colt to stand and suck. KAISER $18.00 to inr.ure colt to stand and suck. Owin;; to an injury to my arm, I have secured Lige Jamison to look after my horses. No better man in the business. All persons breeding mares and selling tnem will be held responsible for the in surance. Both these horses are sure breeders, and show the best colts In Washington township. Seusou begins April 1. THOMAS SCOTT, Owner, ERASTUS, OHIO T Raudabaugh & Thomas "INSURANCE AGENTS" FIRR ! I 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. CELINA, OHIO 46142 Imported Belgian Will make the season of 1917 at my farm six miles north of Fort Recovery, on Mon day, Tuesday and Wednesday, on Thurs day, Friday and Saturday at the Frank Jones bain. Foil Recovery. TERMS $15.00 to Insure colt to stand and suck. Not responsible for accidents, but will w3 every precaution to prevent same. Owners parting with mare after she is br.nl will be held good for the in surance. Telephone Wabash local line 7 and 26. John T. Rabe Coldwater, Ohio J.1 Opposite Court House INSURE APiD BE SURE We represent the AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY foi Farm and City property. Best Indemnity. Lowest cost. See or write us before placing your insurance. Brookhart & Hare Richardson Building, CELINA.OHIO NOTICE L. M. MURLIN ' M Estate for Sste cr Exchange Union Block, Rooms 10 and 11 CELINA, OHIO a For Season of 1917 ) Having served the people of that section of Mercer county as their fi nancial depository for several years, It ia not etrange that the Farmers Bank of Rockford has been known as one of the reliable institutions that exercises good influence upon the commercial and industrial life of that community. Since Its organization The Farm ers Dank of Rockford has been un der the management of men of ex perience in financial matters. The officers are D. II. Robinson, president; Carl C. Smith, vlce-preBi- dent and J. S. Riley, cashier. They are among the county's best known men bf affairs and are prominent and valued citizens of Rockford. This bank is one that extends ev ery possible convenience and accom modation to its patrons and gives close attention to all accounts re gardless of their size. The deposit of one dollar is as cherfully invited and received as .the much larger ac counts and patrons are urged to make the bank their headquarters. A gen eral banking business is transacted. The Democrat is more than pleas ed to point to the Formers Bank of Rockford, its commendable manage ment and its steady progress as evi dence of the efficiency and prosperity of Mercer county. Such progressive and yet reliable institutions add to the progress of the community and assist in making Mercer a more pros perous country. They are truly wor thy of more than passing notice at our bands in this review of our on ward progress. XEVV MANAGER PREPARING TO MOVE TO CELINA Wiapakoneta Daily News Peter Kiliiii, superintendent of the Disel.We'L-mer branch factory at I-ellefoDtaine, was an over Sunday gjest at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mr?. Henry Ril-.m, on Seltxer street. " He returned to Bellefontaine Monday morning for the remainder of the week, v,hen he will be transfrred cs superintendent of the new branch factory v-hich the company is opening in Celina. Mrs. Rthm and little daughte: have been visitors. In this city for several days and will continue to visit here until their home In Ce lina is re.idy for them. P. 1. BASTIAN A Prominent Real Estate Man at Rockford, Possessed of Wide Ex perience and Ability A Well Known Citizen of Mercer Coun ty and One of Her Best Boosters The real estate office of P. J. Bas- tian, at Rockford, is one of the busy places in Mercer county and Mr. Bas- tian conducts a business that is high ly efficient in all departments. There can be no questioning the fact that' the clients of P. J. Bastian sleep well. In fact all they have to do is to turn this part of their busi ness over to Bastian and he does the worrying. Mr. Baetian is ouite an extensive dealer in real estate and has on his list many farms and town houses, if you want to buy, better see him and if you want to sell he has buyers from all over the county who may be in terested '.n your place. If you de sire an investment he has farms that located in many parts of the country would bring a much higher price yet they are just as productive ana win make Investment properties unexceu ed. P. J. Bastian has always had a re putation lor fair and above board pol icies in the conduct of his Dusiness and in this Prosperity Edition we are glad to give commendable mention to his activities in the business world and predict for his establishment a full ahare of the county s prsoperuy. HIGH- GRADE PIANOS PLATER PIANOS and ORGANS PHONOGRPHS and Rec ords Player Music Rolls Sheet Music Bausr & Heffner P'usic Co 114 E. Market St., CELINA, O. East Butler St.. FT. RECOVERY Eggs for Hatching Single-comb White Leghorns only. 75c per 15 eggs. M. A. KESSEN, Celina.O. LEGAL NOTICE rjAnrtrn Raker, who resides at Knox.Ind. iana; Lizzie Kauflman. who resides at Ft. Wayne. Indiana; and Kennith Baker, who resides at iliU'crd, Indiana, will take no tice that Kliza Springer, (formerly Eliza Bakerj as guardian of Opal Baker, an in fant, on the 8th day of September, 1916, HIhiI her oetition In the Common Pleas Court witiiin and for Mercer County, Ohio, alleging that her said ward, Opal Baker, has a legal right to and is seized in fee. subiect to dower, of an undivided one-thirtieth part of the following de scribed real estate, to-wit: The Northeast Quarter (4) of Section Twenty-ona (21), Town 6 South, Range 2 East, Butler township, Mercer County, Otiio; that the parties above named, to gether with other defendants, have or claim to have some interest in said prem ises, tne amount ana extent oi wnicn is unknown. The prayer of said petition is that i.ininilffs ward's sham thereof may be set off to her in severalty, and if that cannot be done without injury, that yuc-.h proceedings bo had as are autnoriaea Ly law, and that said dower be assigned. Tim .liTsrms first above mentioned will further take notice that they have been made parties defendant to said petition and that they are required to answer on or before the 12th day of May, 11)17. ELIZA SPRINGER, (formerly Eliza Baker), Guardian of Opal Baker, an in fant. Plaintiff. Dated: March Z3, 1117. L, C. Hlrsch, Attorney for plaintiff. C. A. STUBBS, ATTORNEY AT LAW CELINA, O. Roomi 1 and 2, Commercial Bank Building Notice to Public I wish to announce that I have opened an office for the practice of medicine In Dr. Richardson's old office, 113 E. Fayette SL. 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 157. Residence Phone 191. JCHN T. GIBBONS, M. O. Orvelle Raudabaugh Attorney-at-Law General practice of law. Probate practice and writinsr wills a specialty. Office Rooms 1 and 2, I.O.O.F. Building, CELINA, OHIO "J U I will say to all lovers of good horses that I have added to my Percheron an Imported Beltiian, dark chestnut sorrel, with silver mane and tail. This horse has proven himself one of the best breed ers In Northwestern Ohio. MARTIN No. 6332 (65338) weighing 22G0 pounds. He is In fine breeding shape and will produce the kinds of colts that sell on the market. NORMAN, 102824 Dark Steel Cray, 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 51 3 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 llrst 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. 3 miles west of Celina, State Line pike. One-half mile South of County Infirmary. JOHN STILLBARQER, CELINA, O. Notice to Farmers and Owners of Stock We (lO not Wish VOU anv had lnrlr Vint if tt, j? gets old and worn out, we will pay highest prices for same. iciepuuuB uuaiges paid Dy 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 nlant. frnm $i nn t.n 7 Kt 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 IT LTU U Shed north of N.N. De pot. Phones: Office 114; Residence 201. ee Hillen Our sheds have been emptied and we are now ready to care for your Hay. Phone us, at our exoense. far in formation. onoj to Loaini- Have (300,000.00 private Money to loan at S per cent pay back any time and stop interest. Money obtained direct. No com mtnission to divide as other agencies must do, hence can make yon loan for abont what other agencies themselves pav for their monev Get in on this fund while it lasts. 7 rey. ED. L. BIIYSON, Celina, O.