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THE CELTJfA DEMOCRAT
To frcPublic Conlfa, once in Banks is.ilie underlay i rig principle ofilieNalionalBanldn'sicni. laws has teejv proven ld iesi of fiy$ars. Hie wa.cliful eyS of ur Govemmenl wcryur money In OUrNaliorjAafc, HOME SAVINS THE FIRST l&TIOflALBANK "Y HOME sf A a .a. Only Member Federal Reserve I JAVINvp a ki CELINA OHIO&) BURNT 0 W. L. Hay sold a horse to Jay Mar tin this week. We had a fine rain here Tuesday which did wonders toward helping fight the battle of smashing the clods, Kussel Hay and wife, of Lima and John Myers and family spent Sunday with W. L. Hay and family. Joseph Christy purchased a new horse last Saturday. David Monroe and wife took din ner with E. G. Barker and family on Sunday. Paul Myers and two sons, of Lima were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Andrews and family over Saturday and Sunday. Several from this neighborhood at tended the baccalaureate sermon at the M. E. church at Celina last Sun day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Christy spent Sunday with their son Clarence and family near Osgood. Rev. Wilklns and Vermont Bennet took dinner with Wm. Pummell, Sun day and afterwards went to Mercer where a sermon was given by the former. SCUDDER MONEY TO LOAN We have the only Company in Mercer County that will make you a loan on your farm for a period of 20 years and CHARGE NO COMMISSION You are allowed to pay back ANY AMOUNT AT ANY TIME AND STOP INTEREST. Remember you nay no commission at any time when you make a loan with our Company. ' THE WAGNER LOAN COMPANY O. Raudabaugh, Agent I. O. O. F. Temple CELINA, OHIO Two Imported Stallions Gajur, 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. Cleve Smith and wife spent Sunday with Geo. Smith and wife. Arthur Slier and family, of Celina, spent Sunday with G. F. Stoner and family. John Rabe and wife of near Mace- don, were visiting in our vicinity on Sunday. Mis. Clarence Brlcker and little son, spent Thursday with Mrs. Clelle Jenkins. Steve Siebert and family spent Sunday with T. G. Brandon and fam ily. Clyde Laffln and family spent Sun day with James Laffln jr. and family, Rev. Snavely took supper with Clelle Jenkins and family. Coe Wplson and wife spent Sunday with John Davis and family. Lewis Grey and wile, Ora Now and family spent Sunday with Ezra Laffln and wife. B. B. Wilson and wife, Frank Wil son and wife and Mrs. Spees spent Sunday with Jack Wilson and family, Delbert Huey and wife entertain ed company from Portland, Ind, Sunday. Chas. Feuning and family of South Wabash visited in our vicinity Sun- uay. Ervin Bavin spent this week v'lU his grandpariuts C-ia Wilson bnd wife. MONTEZUMA WANTED Boat builders. camenters cabinet makers, Joiners, caulkers, first -lass pine litters, and men who know how to inctull marine engines. We have clean inu well ventilated shops. i'ort Clinton is situated on Lane Erie in the center of the famous fruit Krowinn district, on the muin line of the new York entral luulroud: a uood inexoensive lit tle town to make your home In, within easy reach of the Great Lakes summer resorts, and there is plenty of n.-ihlnir hunting, and boating. Non-union shop. we oner gooa wages and steady work. Transportation refunded. THE MATTHEWS BOAT CO. Port Clinton, Ohio Let us do your collecting. No charges unless we get results. We own offices in Lima, Kenton, Urbuna. Steubenvllle and L'oronto. and co-ODerate with Sixteen Thousand Bonded Collectors. SIMMONS COLLECTING CO., Main Office, 124, W. High St.. Lima, Ohio. FOR SALE Buick roadster. In first class condition. Dr. L. M. OTIS, Celina. NOTICE FOR PAROLE NOTICE Is hereby given that Clem Harden, a prisoner now confined In the Ohio State Reformatory, Mansfield, Ohio, is entitled, under the law and rules gov erning paroles from said institution, to recommendation to the Board of Admin istration, by the Superintendent and Chaplain as worthy of consideration for parole. Said application will be for hear ing on and after June 12, 1917. J. ii ULAKK, Chief Clerk The following were the gueots of Dolmar Grunden at the Bull Horn Ranch, Sunday: Rex Barker, Ross Retiring, Ralph Lange, Roy Ballen ger, Arthur Palmer, Howard Palmer, Dee Meyers, Boyd Plerson, James Miller, Lysle Sheeley. J. W. Harrison and two daughters Dlauche and Lela, C. Tobin and fam ily and James Grown called on Otis Tobin and family Sunday evening. Mrs. L. L. Sheeley and grand daughter, spent a few days last week with Mrs. E. M. Palmer. Mrs. Ralph Roettger spent Satur day with her sister, Mrs. E. M. Palmer. L. L. Sheeley arrived here Friday from Murpbysboro, 111. The swimming season opened at this burg Sunday p. m. with all old hands on deck. Marion Heavlln and wife of Dun kirk, Ind. called on A. C. Long and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. McClellin and child ren, of Yorkshire and James Noma and family of New Weston spent Sun day afternoon with Garnet Hanna and wife. W. M. Kittle and wife spent Su day with Marion Kittle and family. Thelma Kittle spent Sunday after noon with Cletice Hanna. John and James Wills and Pen Long of Dayton visited at home Sun day. Mr. Burns and Ray Hanna of New Weston; Helen Colson and children and Katie Tobin and children called on Mrs. Josle Hanna, Monday. Earl Smith, of Wapakoneta, called on Miss Lola Hanna, Saturday and Sunday. Garnet Hanna and wife visited th Iatter'a parents. Saturday at New Wjeston. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Colson and Mrs. Lizzie Norris called on Mrs T. Long, Sunday afternoon. Mrs Cloid Tobin and children call ed on Mrs. Mearl Long, Sunday after- noon. Albert Harrison and family spent Sunday with Otis Monroe and family, Gladys Preston spent Saturday night with Mabel Harrison. John and James Wills and Perry Lo.'g, of Dayton, spent Sunday with theii parents. Susu Cook is on the sick list. Mrs. Herbert Miller Is slowly Im proving. Miss Opal Monroe of Celina spent Sunday with Stella Monroe. L. E. Springer, H. L. Carter and wife spent Sunday witth Chas. Sny der and family, north of Celina. Clarcie Vorhees spent Sunday with Helen Cook. Mary Peggs Is spending a few days in St. Marys. Clifford Gray and wife spent Sun day with Mrs. Nancy Gray and daugh ter, Elsie. Emma Burdge called on Ethel Stafford. Thursday evening. Ikey. "But what Is it, Ikey," asked the teacher in surprise, "if It Is neither round nor flat?" "Veil," said Ikey with conviction, "mine fader he says it vas crooked." Ladies' Home Journal. HOPE KNEW BY EXPERIENCE Said the teacher to the little He brew boy: "Ikey, is the world fiat or round?" "It ain't needer vun, teacher," said CHATTEL LOANS Money to Loan on Horses, Cattle, Farm Implements and Growing Crops at a low rat. You can pay back at any time and stop Interest. Business strictly con fidential. For particulars call on The CclinaMortgage Loan Co. Wyckoff Bleek Main and Market ts., CELINA, O. 1 .l2tt5S i lJ 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- Bon of 1917 at my barn E. Wayne St., opposite East School building, CELINA. Will be found there at all times. TERMS AND CONDITIONS ON EITHER HORSE S15.00 to insure colt to stand and suck. Parties parting with mares before known to be in foal forfeit Insurance. Will make ail efforts to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible if any occur. JOHN HEIN, CELINA, OHIO Automobile Painting!! I am now ready to do all kinds of Automobile Painting on short notice at the Seibert Garage, W. Market near 0. 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 NOTICE Alonzo J. Bisel ,who residence when last heard of, was at Lansing, in the State of Michigan, will take notice that on the 17th day of May, A. D., 1917, Leah Beth Bisel, illcd her petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Mercer County, Ohio, being cause No. 9376, praying a divorce from the said Alonzo J. Bisel, on the ground of willful absence and non-support ror a perioa 01 more man tnree years, and for alimony to be charged on his real and personal estate, and that said cause will be for hearing on and after June 25, 1917. LEAH BETH BISEL. Beaver Creek Stone Crushing Plant JOHN W. KARCH, Proprietor Five miles west of Celina and five miles northwest of Coldwater Crushed Stone, Screenings and Cement Delivered to all parts of Mercer County on snort notice. Also handle Caps, Fuse and. Dynamite For blasting1 purposes, which can be ob tained at the Crusher Plant. 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 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. JCHN T. GIBBONS, M. D. Sunday school was fairly well at tended lnwt Sunday. There were 168 present .Including 10 visitors. The collection was $4.65. Adam Klchen- auer's class had the banner collection. During the Sunday school session the chorister Edward Smith sang a beau tiful temperance solo. After the Sunday school session Kev. C. S Johnson of Celina occupied the pul pit and preached a very helpful ser mon. There was a temperance meeting Sunday afternoon at Hope conducted by Revs. Ilaumgartner and Grilles of Rockford. Clinton Smith and family, of Wa pakoneta spent Sunday with George J. Smith and wife. Ralph Zimmerman and family. Rev C. S. Johnson and wife spent Sunday with Dan Kichenauer and family, There will be a Sunday school con vention at the Friends church one and a -half miles north of Shlvely's grocery, on f-unday May 27. There will be a session In the afternoon and also one In the evening. CHICKASAW BEAVER CURVE Beda Kramer and wife were Celina visitors, Sunday. ferd Woeste was a St. Rosa visitor Sunday. Wess Wellman purchased a 7-pass-elisor Allen. Now watch Wess go. Casper Clune and wife visited friends at Cassella, Sunday. Leo Vonderhaar was in town last week. Henrietta Lechleiter, of St. Rosa, was In town, Friday. Tliresla Fenzer, of Dayton, was at home, Sunday. Monty of rain at this writing. Quite a hailstorm through here Sunday. The farmers in this 1 ality are busy sowing corn. Quite a few people of this place were out nsning Thursday. All re ported a good catch. llie public school of this place closed Monday forenoon. Henry Ordenshult of Dayton and Mlsa Pricllla Bomholt of this place, visited the hitter's parents here Sun day. Ester Wlnt of Dayton, and Norma of Osgood visited their parents here, bunday. Henry Schafer and wife of Dayton, were, In town, Sunday. Arlington Rawers of Ada returned home from school last week. Capital, $50,000X0 Surplus and Profits, $75,000.00 The Right of Way to Success It belongs to them who intelligently prepare them selves for it The necessary requirements are good habits, a fair education, ability to save, and a grim determination to win out. A young man so equipped is bound to make some thing of himself. lie will need the co-operation of a first-class bank, hence we extend to him the cordial hand of fellowship. The Commercial Bank Co. CELINA, OHIO With Large Resources and Conservative Management H OBITUARY Preaching at Friends Home, Sun day morning. Warren and Oscar Brandon called on Paul and Robert Brock, Sunday. Steve Smith entertained company. Sunday. O. Wilkins and family. Wm. En- yart and wife, Garold Humbert and Mable Howell spent Sunday with Liz zie Suhr and family. Rosa Runkle and children spent Saturday and Sunday with Hugh Monroe an dfamily east of Celina. Miss Anna Jackson and sister of Lima, Sundayed at home. Rev. Fred Boise and family spent Wednesday with Wm. Enyart and wife. Roy Coats and wife are the proud parents of a baby boy, born on the 17 th inst. Clarence Trissel and wife enter tained company, Sunday. Grandma Fisher entertained com pany, Sunday. rianey .Long ana family called on Sibert Long one day last week. Mrs. A. Smith and children called on her mother Sunday. Miss Rachel Rush, of Rockford spent Saturday night and Sunday night with Mrs. Will Enyart. Mrs. Gales entertained company, Sunday. LANDFAIR Flossie Hines and Nancy Stoll spent Sunday afternoon with Ollle and Nancie Stoll. The Misses Nancy Stoll spent Thursday with Flossie Hines. Ueorgo Hines and wife spent Thursday with Clyde Hitchner and wife. Mrs. John Stoll and daughter. Olive, were Celina callers, Saturday. Charles Weitz and wife are proud parents of a baby boy. Nancie Stoll spent Saturday after noon with Henry Stoll and family. t red Deitsch and mother of Skeels X Roads and Ben Davis and family were Celina callers Saturday. Luther Baugher and family spent Sunday with Jacob Wendel and fam ily. Mrs. Philip Greene and children spent a few days with George Hines and family. Keuben Stoll and sisters were out driving Monday evening. mere will be a Memorial service at this place Sunday afternoon at 30 p. m. Everybody cordially in vited. Harvey Beougher was born In Hocking county, Ohio, March 27 1842 and departed this life May 13 1917, aged 75 years, 1 month and 16 days, and Eva Beougher was born Jan. 9, 1854 and departed this life May 13, 1917, aged 63 years. months and 4 days. They were uni ted in marriage in 1872. To this union were born thirteen children, eight sons and five daughters. They leave to mourn their departure, six sons and three daughters ;two sons and two daughters having preceded them to the spirit world. They sought the Lord in youth and found him; making their church home with the United Brethren in Christ until death. They have run their race; finished their course; preached their own funerals: and have gone to their reward. Funeral services were conducted by their pastor Rev. G. M. Sill, assist ed by Revs. Bennett and Johnson. WE GET 'EM EASIEIt T11AX TIIAT HEKE Natives of the Eastern slopes of the Andes, in Bolivia, scatter the juice of a tree on streams to render fish in sensible so they can be caught in the hands. Van Wert Bulletin. NOTICE OF HEARING OBJECTIONS AND CLAIMS Auditor's Olllce, Mercer County, Ohio .way li. a. u. iyi7. In the matter of the Improvement of the bchott Joint itoaa. NOTICE is hereby given that the above named improvement is to be made, and that the surveys, plats, profiles, cross-sec tions, speciilcations and estimates for said Improvement are on file in the office of the County Auditor for the inspection and examination of all persons interested tnerein. The 1st day of June, 1917, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the oince of the Commissioners is the time and place for hearing objec tions to the improvement, and for hear ing claims for compensation for lunds and property to be taken for said Improve ment or damages sustained on account thereof. And unless such claims are tiled in writing with the County Commission ers on or before the said time, the same shall be waived, except as to minors and other persons under disability. J. r . STUINUKLTNXEK, County Auditor. ELM GROVE Paul Mayer and sons, Fred and Wilber, of Hume, visited Saturday and Sunday with relatives here. irank and Chas. Johnson and wives, of Van Wert, Alvin Slusser and wife spent Sunday with Allen Slusser and family. Amanda, Ollie and Jennie Palmer and Grandma McMacken, of Celina, visited with Albert Palmer and fam ily. Carrie and Pearl Andrews called on Alma and Lena Pax, Sunday. Bienvenn de Lessines 4G142 Imported Belgian Will make the season of 1917 at mv farm six miles north of Fort Recovery, on Mon day, Tuesday and Wednesday, on Thurs day, Friday and Saturday at the Frank Jones barn. Fort Recovery. TERMS 115.00 to Insure colt to stand and suck. Not resDonsible for accidents but will use every precaution to prevent same. Owners parting with mare after she Is br.xl will be held good for the in u ranee. Telephone Wabash local line 7 and 26 John T. Rabe Coldwater, Ohio K.D. 1 Raudabaugh & Thomas "INSURANCE AGENTS" FIRE I 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. Opposite Court House - - CELINA, OHIO LEGAL NOTICE Catharine J. Wyman. residing at No. 1002, Grace Avenue, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Philip Dutch. Susannah Dutch. William Johns and Lucy Johns ,the residence of each of wnom Is unknown ;the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, ad ministrators and executors - of Philip Dutch, and the same of the defendant, William Johns; will take notice that on the 4th day of April. 1917. Henrv Linn and Peter Kable, filed their petition, in the Common Pleas Court of Mercer Coun tv. Ohio, in case No. 9361 an-ainot the above named parties and others, praying ror an oraer quieting the 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 live south, range one east, thence north forty rods :thence emt nun hundred and sixty rods; thence south six ty rods; thence west one hundred and six and two thirds rods; thence south sixty rods; thence west fifty three and one third "rodj; thence north eighty rods to the plaoo of beginning. And for the re formation of a deed, by correcting the same, so tnat it may read Christian Ka ble instead of Christian Kopley. Said parties are reaulred to annwAi nn or before the Kith day of June, 1917. HENRY LINN and PETER KABLE. John W. Loreo, Plaintiff's attorney. INSURE AND BE SURE We represent the AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY for 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. AIURLIN Real Estate for Sale cr Exchange Union Block, Rooms 10 and 11 CELINA, OHIO Clabecca CLABECCA A Belgian Stallion, whnae Miia hook, number la 47912. was mnnrt. ed August 19. 1S09 by the Maywood Stock Farm, Imp. Co. He is a big Stallion, and weiiia .s.iov pounas. Kaiser KAISER Is a dark Iron rav StnlHnn with white inai.e and tail: American reer- i.-.Lcr uumuer r rencn numoer sired by C'arnot i-umber 66666. dam Alise- .I'Jil American. 58009 French; bred by M. Perriot Department of Orne France; foaled March 15. 1910. This horse weighs 2.000 pounds; good bone, and the best iK.-rse in vushington township. SEASON 1917 These horses will make the season of ivii at tne owner's bain at EKASTUS. (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 Mrs. Alary Wellman, at St. Anthony, Mer rer County, Ohio. TERMS CONDITIONS CLABECCA 12.00 to insure colt to stand and suck. KAISER $18.00 to Insure colt to stand and suck. Owinrf to an injury to my arm, I have secured Lige Jamison to look after my hcrses. No better man in the business. All persons breeding mares and selling them will be held responsible for the in surance. Both these horses are sure breeders, and show the best colt3 in Washington township. Seasou begins April 1. THOMAS SCOTT, Owner, ERASTUS, OHIO THE CELINA MARKET The following were the quotations for grain, livestock, poultry and produce Id the Celina markets yesterday evening: GRAIN (Furnished by Buckland Milling Co.) Wheat, per bushel 2 90 Com, per hundred pounds 2 25 Oats, per bushel 65 Hurley, per bushel 1 25 Rye. per bushel 1 60 SEED Clover 10 00 Alsike 10 00 limothy, per bushel 2 50 HAY (Furnished by J.W. & L.G.AIcMillen) Timothy, baled per ton 15 10 .Mixed 14 00 Clover 15 00 LIVE STOCK (Furnished by Frank Flscheri Hogs rO'y.15 00 eu.l Calves 8 aU (ill 00 Cattle 6 5010 00 PRODUCt (Furnished by Laudahn & Mesarvey) Butter, per pound 30c fcggs. per dozen 32c Lard, per pound 22c Potatofs, new. per bushel 3 10 WILLSHIRE The front of the building occupied by the store of Buchanen & Son haa been improved by repainting. Many residents of Wlllshlre were la Chattanooga to attend the dedication of the new Lutheran church building. W. A. Colter, F. A. Detterer and F. D. Crain were in Van Wert, on a bus iness trip. Heffner & Son, of Celina, were the low bidders for the contract for the improving of State street. The Vil lage Council has not yet made the award. The dwelling at the farm of Oliver Hedges, Southeast of town, was des troyed by fire. Fred Riker, of this place, has ac cepted a position in a tobacco shop In oledo. Guy Detro has gone to Akron to procure a position in a factory. Mrs. John Knott and daughter have left for their new home in Wa- terville. HIGH- GRADE PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS and ORGANS PHONOGRPHS and Rec ords Player Music Rolls Sheet Music Bauer & Heffner Music Co 114 E. Market St.,CELINA,0. East Butler St., FT. RECOVERY Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot roach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure catarrhal deafneps. and that Is by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an in flamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Im perfect hearing, and when It is entirely clnse. Deafness is the result Vnless the Inflammation can be reduced and this tuba restored to Its normal condition, hearins- rill be destroyed forever, xranv ph., nt deafness are caused by catarrh, which la an inflamed condition of the mucous sur faces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acta thru the blood oa the mucoua aurfacea of the system. We will give One Hundred Dollara for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine, cir. cuiara free. All PrucKiBle. "Sc. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. C. A. STUBBS, ATTORNEY AT LAW CELINA, O. Rooms 1 and 2. Commercial Bank Buildinc Orvelle Raudabaugh Attorney-at-Law General practice of law. Probate practice and writing wills i specialty. Office Rooms 1 and 2, I.O.O.F. Building, CELINA, OHIO For Season of 1917 ill. ;... ) will snv to all lovers of rood hnrsA that I have added to mv Percheron nn Imported Belgian, 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 2250 pounds. He Is in One breeding shape and will nroduce the kinds of colts that sell on the market. NORMAN, 102824 Dark Steel Gray, a good Individual and Kood breeder: 4 year old. welirhins- limn pounds and sired by imported horse and out of an imported mare. TERMS AND CONDITIONS MARTIN SI 8.00 to Insure colt to stand ana sues. t NORMAN SI 3 to insure colt to stand ana suck. Parties parting: with mares before thev are known to be in foal forfeit the insur ance. Care will be taken to prevent ac cidents, out will not be responsible if any occur. These horses are first class breeders. Honemen 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 'elina. State Line nika. One-half mile South of County Infirmary. Notice to Farmers and Owners of Stock We do not wish you any bad lurk, hut if -a a: 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 in 7 n mg to size and condition. ' Highest market prices paid for butchered Beef Hide Prices subject to change without notice. The Montezuma Fertilizer Co. MONTEZUMA, OHIO .i MalSMi Liu U See iHillen Our sheds have been emptied and J we are now ready to care for your Hay. Shed north of N.N. De- pot. Phones: - Office I Phone us, at our expense, for in 114; Residence 201. formation. oraey to Loaoi ovu back any time and stop interest. Money obtained direct. No com mmiMion to divide as other aKencieS must do, hence can make voTa loan for about what other agencies themselves pay or their moneV Get in on this innd while it lasts. money. ED. L. BXIYSOM, CcIIaa, O. JOHN STILLBARGER, CELINA, O.