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Hi Glance Over To-Day's Adver tisements. It pays EtUblUh.d M. I, 1115. EoUr4 uUivCtUu.UlUjt-iMM MCMd-cluc nail MttM. Volume 22, Number 11 Cffrlin & Carlin, Publishers Celina, Ohio, June 22,1917 Newspaper Advertising Al ways f'eets the Test AVIATION In This City Given Fm'nIi Impetus by W in1 -w Company to Add Ginger Herman Cron, of the Wm. Cron Son Mfg. Co., and one of Cellna's foremost young business men Is the bead of a newly organized and lncor Dorated ventum In this city. The new company has taken over the Beam Aviution School, and in con nection with an up-to-date school to Instruct pupils In the art of flying, they will manufacture planes, having reserved floor space in the big buggy wo.-ks of the Cron boys on East Fay ette strett, where the planes will be constructed and, where all students will be given lessons on construction and trouble finding. Associated with Mr. Cron are Photographer G. A. Boosz; H. A. Beam, local agent of the Cincinnati Northern railroad; Lester Miller, for-1 nierly of the Marlln Airplane Com pany, of Marlin, Texas; Henning Hoist, of Coppenhagen, Denmark Lee Crawford. J. Dibsdall anu B Ward Beam. At the organization meeting of di rectors last Friday the following offl cers were chosen: President, Herman F. Cron; vice resident, O. A. oBosz secretary, J. C. Dibsdall. Lestere Miller, of the Miller Air- Diane Co., later of the Marlln Air plane company, of Marlin, Texas, has been chosen chief Instructor and de signer. Mr. Miller, who has attain ed national fame in his profession, is the deglsner of the tractor that was brought here some time ago and plac ed M the flying field north of town He wll have as his assistant Instruc tor, Fred H. Hellen, of the Chrlstoff erson school at Kedlands, California, The local field will be made ready for the work on an extended scael. The new equipment Includes a Curtlss O X. 2 model,, 100 h. p. motor, which Is the best airplane manufactured In America. The Curtiss machine now here and will be tried out during the week. A two seated tractor ma chine Is also in readiness for the school and passenger work. The flying field has been doubled In size and plans are in preparation for Increasing the hangars so as to take care of the large number of students ten of whim are In training for ser vice with Uncle Sam's flying corps in France. SEVENTY THOUSAND RECRUITS WANTED NARROW Ware Department, Wlishlngton- Statement by the Secretary of War The cava ry, engineers, coast artll- Encuim from IiihUmt Doatli for Ceu. DKY NOTES The executive committee of the Dry Federation will meet again at the call of the president sometime In Ju- ORGANIZE THIRTY YEARS AGO lery .signal corps and quartermaster corps of the Hegular Army have al ready been brought to war strength 45,000 recruit's are needed at once to complete the new regiments of In fantry and field artillery. ter Townnlilji ImaI Who Fell lu Front of Cultivator Ohio State Journal June 18, 1887 Dir.marck thinks that be has laid lV.-u?IT ,nfetd ln this great" For Finish FIKht In Federal Court thu foun(Jatlon of tue Gemun emplre hu.wh U1 'iut j to Prevent Abandonment ol vueu 10 attenu. xour suggestions . ..,111 l, i, !.. l I II. n. v. SEVERAL William, the eighteen year old son How quickly people respond when there Is threatened loss of a mater ial nature. But when It comes to I on a rock so solid that the winds and waves of revolution will acsault it in vain Nevertheless he may live to see Vaulable Main Street Business Prop el lies Among Realty Deal Thin Week Fred Olnbausen, the well known The business men and farmers mry unit neiu uriiuery. . . lai nature. UUt Wnen It Comes lO it rriimhlu and rllunnnenp "liko the 25.000 additional recruits are de- of Mr.. and Mrs. Henry Meyers, v- L-otoctlne tha Durltv 0, the homeH along the C. H. & D.. members of the u c,u,1" " disappear Hke the Ma,n Blreet Jeweler( ,aHt week ,,, sired at the earliest practicable date mg in me west enu or center town- and the young life therein, so many organization formed in this city last useless laoric or a vision. wnen nlg business room to J. K. Menden to fill vacuncles In order that the ship, narrowly escaped serious In- seek their holes and "pull their holes Friday to prevent, if possible, the Germany becomes a republic the days hall, the West Fayette street haber- BiiuiiKin oi i)uu,uuv wen inn I juries, if not death hint Tuesday. w wwr mem" una remua iwwta ,,,,. ,k , ,. . . ,IuD,. h h. nH ...! in n maintained. ' .... ' ... away In this cowardly fashion unUl """" .or nereaitary monarcny in Europe - . Faciltles are In readiness for Dlac- '"" " thu flight In nvr. A i,rnn who OI mcinnau, mt again in mis city ., h ...,.,.. ..uui ..... . " flil.1 .. I, l.l. ...... 11.. " " ' . . . ... " uu.uir.cu, 66.DD.. " . ing inese tu.iiou men unaer proper i "- no .vuuoumu; throws bis every ounce Into a fight yesieruay ana repareu to raise jzu, out his entire stock of goods before September 1, when h will vacate fell from the horse, he was riding, In to save his dollurs and cannot be 000 t0 fight the sale of the road by wlU haVe an end: Btandlng Brmles for the new owner, training. And delay In obtaining this num- front of the dIow. Almost mlracu- kicked into a fight to save a boy from ,h ii n r.in,.i will be disbanded, and Christendom Ill ..ll.. .V, l. nf . ..... A . a . . l"D o. vuu.l IV l" .uv...uov. ... UouHly the blades of the cultivator did uc"f uu"'. "; y junk dealers valuable time. L t. cording to the revised American JUK ululels It Is He earnest desire of the War " " ' u" """ U"UCI luc,r v""11- "u standard of loyalty Department that 70 00 single men tear mm to piece. He wa rolled We notice the state committee for between the ages of 18 and 40, who over and over in front of the cultl- the wets wishes to call the election have no dependents and who are not vntnr na tho hnl. v ninvn, h In o der to bestow a certain sum on eiiKuneu in .proiessiouB, uuhuicmm ui . . nv i ,,. ,, ... I a gooa cause, namely, me ea cross. Mendon people offer ed at once $3,000, The next meeting of the organiza tion will be held at Cincinnati on next Thursday, June 28, on which will enjoy perpetual peace. DEACON 81 KIGGS ALONG tVun Wert Bulletin B F. Fronefltld was at home from Mr. Olnbausen has been In the Jewelery business here for the past twenty-two years. He Is one of the town's leading business men and al ways a booster. His health has been failing for the pant several years. utfeied only slight bruises and cuts Noyr ,Bnt thal vlrtuoU8? That by day the Federal Court has set for fi- Celina. Sunday .accompanied by Wll- and afler cloBln out hU 8tock b Mrs. Roy Nolan underwent a ser ious operation Friday morning at her home on Cron street. The operation was performed by Dr. J. A. Reibel, of Columbus, assisted by Dr. J. T. Gibbons and Dr. J. E. Hattery. Mrs. Nolan rallied from the optration and was reported to be getting along nice ly Saturday. Mias Bess Halface of Columbus is the nurse In charge. COURT MATTERS Lillle M. Weber was last Saturday granted a divorce from her husband, Emil G. Weber by Judge Miller on the grounds of gross neglect of duty. Plaintiff was awarded the custody of their minor children and defendant was ordered by the court to pay $3.50 per week for their suport. John Hensen was also granted a divorce on Saturday from his wife, Anna Heinsen on grounds of gross neglect of duty. Costs were assessed to the plaintiff. The damage suit of Walter Copper smith vs. Robert T. Nolan will be heard on motion by Judge Miller In Common Pleas Court tomorrow morn ing. . Judge Miller last Friday appraved the report of the commissioners in the partition suit of Huldah Bricker vs. Rachel Hoel et al. No one elect ing to take the property at the ap praised value the property was order ed sold. The divorce action of Joseph Le munyon Vs. Hilda Lemunyon was settled out of court last Friday, costs paid and the action dismissed with out record. cutlon of the war, be enlisted in the on hs body. Sam Younger in an thls act they hoped to have a clear nal action in the matter of the sale. HeRular Army before the 30th of adjoining field happened to notice the field for an indefinite time to murder, June, 1917. accident and hurried to the assis- deWch, and starve great numbers At the meeting of business men and J17 Itanre. When nleked un th lad win Of people, besides Collecting annually -oii i n e. (Signed) NEWTON D. BAKER, unconscious. A physician was hur- a drink bill of $110,000,000. If they " """T.. v " ' "J n. Secretary, of War. Ledly summoned, but no serious in- mean what they say, and have the ' held here last r,lday' nientIon of liam Did;, Joi n Cast, Mark Beckman will move, with his family to a big and "Deacon" Spriggs of that town. DELAYED SPOT LIGHT Juries were found and it is believed ea blt ot patriotism, let them stop which was made last week, a perma- tbe young man will suffer nothing making the stuff and go to the rescue nent organization was affected by the oneiMtl.ui Muy Fail to Suve Boy, serious from the dangerous mishap. of the starving of the earth, with the selection of the following officials grain tnus savea. ruuuui r. Turned On Old Glory on City Hall Tower Makes Fine Sight at .Night YOl'N'G MOTHEK'S SUND UNBALANCED Mrs. William Berry, living near Rockford was adjudged Insane at an inquest In that village last Thursday nleht befora Prnhnfa Jnriea Ynunppr i n . it - . .. a . . I iv oeauuiui iwio nag was and Drs. M. L. Downing and J. P. a Symons. She was taken to the To- hospital by Deputy Sheriff to the breeze Wednesday from twenty-five foot flag pole raised last ledo week by City Electrician Don Emer- CIIATTANOGA To Iltivo Patriotic Meeting and Pole- liaising Next Sunday After Noon Expect Big Crowd President Joseph Alexander, ele vator man, of Osgood. Vice President O. E. Richardson, Hurt by Fulling on Tooth. of Drug ranch near Madison, Texas, where they will make their future home. Mr. Mendenhall intends to remodel h s new business room after Mr. Oln bausen vacates and move his business from West Fayette street He ex pects to conduct a large men's fur nishing houKe. Mr. Mendenhall has enjoyed quite a encouragllg trade In The people of Cahttanooga and vic- Schindler, accompanied by her hus- l.nn.1 n ,1 Uh nh.mUUn llHa T Darllne Bermes, eleven year old his up-to-date little toggery shop on manager of the Buckland Milling Co., gon ju, and Mr3. Louis Bermes. Fayette street, and will no doubt find Of tnlS City. ni vol r,r T?robfrl In Ttlanlr.lii wnrM nf Bneppsa In hla new lnra- m n r i ixtrtum. " v.., i. ui "."' , I " " - - iirasurcr u. yj. uppue'K, mer chant, of West Milton. creeK townsnip ,is stiu in a critical i, i Secretary F. M. Longnaker, of condition at the Otis hospital in this the stone and gravel firm, of Long- city as the result of injuries sustain- naker & Hines, of Pleasant Hill. iilRt Saturday. T.iiat MrttiHov f ha nffloAra ami a I rommlttPB nf twantv hi.HlneH men A" i""S nu.u6 uuiac Probate Judge Younger this week purchased of Herman F. Cron the two-story brick DeFord building on and Arson Wennlng. Janitor at the building, from the tip of the high tower of the City Hall. Wednesday night a 7000 candle-power spot-light, located at a convenient point, throug the courtesy of the Ellis Bros., was next Sunday afternoon at half past between Dayton and Delphos went The animal shied, throwing the boy two o'clock, and an invitation la . before Federal Judge Hollister at otr. Ho fell onto one of the drill tended to everybody In the county to fhfeour" 00 tnflrmSonl contrlle'"' 'bich CUt " " 1 witness the raising of Old Glory and tf tl,e sale for Junking the road until "1 ma Blae- Juno 28. Dr. Downine. of Rockford. was turned onto the stars and stripes, and Celina Girl Wedded to Ottoville Mer- hear the interesting program that Tnls wlu give the organization, summoned and dressed the wound. POPULAR Model Milling Co. Mr. Cron purchased the building of the DeFord heirs about a year ago. There will be no change In the ten ants. The second floor Is occupied by the Raudabaugh & Thomas In- henceforth will light old glory by night a she waves over the city's public building. The flag Is the biggest and pret tiest that waves frm any building in t'liiint at Local Catholic Church Tuesday Morning formed in this city last 'Friday, time Saturday nlght he 8uffered so much SUranCe ageDCy and Dr' J' E" Berry' has been arranged. A A A., ...ill U Ait u I trt tnko ltrat arena in aat naiHa thai uc ucu,wcu u' - - that th Dhyslclan waa aEaIn BUm. UCuau,u.urauluu,l n.ii, wo aw nioned. but his iniurles were not .... . . T... ir . I w.uo Mr. Alexander Miller, or Ottoville, DU"" -v. r.u, iUtiBU, two sections. One section from Day- thought to be serious. Sunday even- dentist. FLAG-POLE RAISING FEATURE C. V. EXERCISES this city last Tuesday morning, Rev. I Crpnrep Hlndelane the hrljle'a nastnr I . ' 'I l 1 1 . i 1. -.l . . Tl 1 1 I offlclatine with a solemn nuntial hleh "J " v-uttiiituuoga oauu auu Perry Baker on Tuesday purchas ed of John A Homeland, throueh the town, and at night is a very inspiring and Miss Jennie Gast were united in Decatur. Ind, and former Presenting ton to Stillwater, and Includes noth- ln tne fami,y Decame alarmed at his Short & Donovan real estate aeencv. ! r. a. I mo r'l a tra or T n I ut hfiltP n iirnn i n I x -r t r . m i. . I 1 1. . . x n t a a t-.11 I - I - w ' "em- .......V v. ..w Attorney u. a. royers, ot mis cuy. nig uut me taytuu terunuai auu mi 6e Hui 11, nf si ,v, k.i. u.-.u. m 1. m . 1 . . I rrplcrht vii rn u unn o nine urnu anm tn I I ..wkww.j v..v.. vu..v.0 iuusic iuf me occasion win oe rur- . ' r. w w ,,,h,i with th r0a.,lt that ,,a k .v, m tne u. & u. ror iuu.uuu. ine otner " "-uv-" section which wna rpnllv thn Del nh on the bov was broueht to the Otis hoB-l hotnl nml rMf.mrant Th pnnmti- mass, assuiieu oy nev. mertes, or ui-ruc mtt,c ""t". branch from Stillwater to Mandale. nitai here Mnnrtav wher h wa on- eration was $10,000. ... I . . ,, , JT... T . . J , 1 I . . I ' " I A number or Mercer county peo- toviue, as ueacuu, anu nev. ivuuwig, ,,, ... ,, .., . was sold to Cincinnati Junk dealers. v.. xt,,, ,J ,.. pie. Including Rev. Reltz, returned of Ottoville, as sub-deacon. " rnvr mT for $194,000. " ' tZ" 1 " ":;.;; State Senator George Holl. of New yesterday morning from Columbus, The young couple were attended by ' The organization has employed Ex-L.' j .v,.wu V u Knoxville Auclaiz coiintv last Tues. '..r"B. l"!L""e"Ue." l"1 tM: rH-Mn-r r ".r.". While one.of the last counties inr""B""n a" v- t!: "t en horribly torn. The kidney was day purchased of the Cron heirs the umveiMiiy iuiiuiieuceineiii. caciuidco i , vl wv..u. . i , city, ttuu Aiiui uey ouex uittu luurncr- and alumni meeting on Tuesday and ter or tne groom. tne state Wednesday. A special feature was Following tne services tne bridal M-ross runa .t. ,i. 11 ..,:.. i i rntr- nartv rpnnlred t thp home of the County will come forward with her L.ni i , j ,in , i luc ucuiuuiiuu ui a 1 .0.5-410.0 nuu nag f - - . - j - 1 idaiiuuuoauu uujiaia uavti aiicau p MUM m Mt mm m raising ceremony. Col. M. L. Wil- bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John snare ana mat an overnow nouse will been subscribed by the organization IIJL I'lJIM linUtll son was the speaker. A very large uast, corner walnut ana wayne attena ine meeting to De neia at me to fight the sale. IIIIL Ullllll IlLfll Lll crowd was present. streets, wnere a sumptuous weauing upeia-uoue uus irnuajj uigui to Those from this county, who were breakfast was served in four courses, organize tne county. with the committe at Cincinnati last RELEASED FROM CUSTODY on a beautiful array of hand painted A big delegation of Red Cross Monday were Attorney WL E. Tou- Mrs- Ma"aia Collins, agea b years, ful lpace for the erection of a couple AFTER REGISTERING china, ail of which was the artistic boosters form Kocltrora will be here Velle. O. E. Richardson, and Charles Qlei1 last aaturaay at ner nome at of bungalows. What Senator Holl handiwork of the bride, who has and it is hoped other towns In the Kelley, of this city; Lewis Grleshop, Mendon, following aJingering illness, intends to do with the property we to organizt for the Red ,7 ITillmt TllttioTcLZll' K d, it is hoped that Mercer legislation to set aside the sale. Sev- bUt U 8t"1 ln a Precarious conaition. thjj northeast corner of Fayette and Ash streets. There are two small cpttages on the ground, one facing on Ash street and one on Fayette street, while the corner is a beauti- her hand- county will be represented, while sev- tend. That Sunday Laws Be Obeyed The Grange Organizations Take Slap at Coldwater Willis Wharton, the twenty-two quite a reputation for year old Center township boy, lodged painted china work. n jail last week for failure to regis- , Mr. and Mrs. Miller left at eleven ter, was released last Saturday, after o'clock for an extended eastern tour he had properly registered, on advice including Washington and New York, received by Sheriff Pumphrey from After their return they will be at the Federal authorities. home August 1st at Ottoville at which place the groom is a member of the OLD BATTLE FLAG TAKES TO j. j. Miller comanv the leadine de- BEUAION Dartment store of that nlace. The out of town guests included Mrs. S H. Crockett went to Piqua, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Miller, Misses Mar- Wednesday and from there she went garet and Katherine Miller, Edward to Troy yesterday to attend the forty- and Ralph Miller, D. and Mrs. Ouck- members of Unity Grange, No. 2116, seventh annual reulion of the 71st ly, Eugene, Orville and Edward Ouck- suhmjt the following resolutions to O. V. I. She took with her. the old ly, of Ottoville, Mr. and Mrs. Herman the business men of Coldwater, in flag of the 71ls, fast falling to decay, Gillig and Misses Mayme Harting and v.w thn fapt tnat the business despite of the fact that as Its custo- Genevieve Bremmerkamp of Decatur, men 0t Coldwater in a petition to the aian sue Keeps it in an an ugm giitaaiiur. ana ivirs. jonn ocriaper anu uau" County Prosecuting Attorney, are de- gnter, none, or nqua. sirlous of disobeying the State Sun H q v lour Iiiuw, w J3 tto ianauiuiug tiuiicua and desiring that we and our families BE IT RESOLVED, That we, the of Chickasaw, and W L. Hamilton ueceaseu was oorn in uenier towa. and J. F. DIsher of Mendon. ship and has spent ner entire life in I ' I , V. OU. ,1. . ... I .J tue tuuuiy. one wa tiiw wiuuw ui The ladies of the Rockford W. C. the lato Cyrus Collins. Surviving T. U. visited the County Infirmary in are a sister, Mrs. Hal Brewer, of St. a body last Sunday, furnished the in- Marys; a half-brother, Samuel Davis, mates with candy flowers and pop- or fat. Marys; a hair-sister Mrs. car- corn ami rendered a pleasing program lyle MacDonald, residing in Califor- on the lawn in front of the big coun- ma, and an adopted daughter, Mrs. ty home. Walter Thomas. Funeral services were held last Monday afternoon at did not learn. COMMISSIONERS Entire Issue of County Road Bonds Awarded to Cincinnati Bankers Only Bidders case. wnen nrst given to ner it showed the blood stains of battle and the stars and stripes but now like the men over whose heads It waved in battle, it will soon be seen io more. Miss Mary Ronnebaum, 0f Gauedlupe, nave tne protection of the law well .known and popular people of the to its fullest extent, demand that the soutn ena or me county, were weaaea iaw ahall be obeyed strictly at tne uamoiic cnurcn last weanes- Committee on resolution Wm aay morning, me Kev. uernara Hart- Bennett, Zura M Walter, Ray Kester, Jens performing tne ceremony. Tne j, p Wright, O. S. Ashcraft, W. H. vriiin or rnnn o woro nttonnori hv h:n o nr -t Tnnp 24 at i!'')!) n m hv the. nafitor ""-r" ' . vviil. r. iviuoie. . ---- ; liraun, a cousin or tne groom, ana ,3 y " " ' Miss Frances Ronnebaum, a sister of Neptune. O.. June 15. 1917 CLAY'S PIT TO BE SCENE OF BAPTISMAL SERVICE Fairview baptismal service will be held at Clay's Pit, Mendon, Sunday, Rev. F. H. Snavely, the Fairview church and community th kJ,0 u v .1.. ii. me Dnue. can be baptised by reporting to the pastor This will be a union service Hooo An ,a a w. t.H ' farm. on Church of God Circuit. Milk or Whisky From Farm and Home Recent statistics show that the av erage person spends about ?32 a year for liquor, and only about S a year for milk. ' Of course that doesn't necessarily mean that we drink more liquor than we do milk fon there is a very big difference in the relative cost of those two articles. MUk costs from 5 to 15 cents per quart and is cheap at that; whisky costs from f 1 to $1.50 per quart, and la dear at any price. The person who spent his $6 for milk got perhaps -60 quarts. The man who spent his $32 for liquor most likely got six months In jail. The $32 would buy only a few gal lons of liquor which no one needs; If spent for milk It would buy many gallons of good milk which many families need and can not buy. Milk satisfies hunger; whisky has brought hunger Into many a home. MUk Is a food that promotes health and prolongs life; liquor is a poison that will kill a live man or preserve a dead one.. Did you ever hear of a young man losing his position because he drank too much milk? Did you ever hear anyone say: "Yes, John is a good We the following committee, beg Mr. Hess is a son of Mrs. Barbara to submit the following resolutions Resolved, That we do heartily up- er, and the bride is a daughter or Mr. hold the Prosecuting Attorriey in en and Mrs. Henry Ronnebaum. They forcing the laws of the State of Ohio will make their home on a farm near in regards to the closing of places of Cassella. business on the Sabbath. Resolved, That we decidedly are in favor of the vigorous prosecution of MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED E:vrl John Miller, 22, farmer, Fort violators of said law. (Signed) Committee Arland M. Copelaid, Otto L. Dine, R. C. Spring er, The following resolutions were adopted by Neptune Grange, No. 1914 in regular session. worker, if he would only leave milk Recovery, and Anna Louise Warnock, aione: 18, housekeeper, Fort Recovery. And did you ever hear of anyone Married by Rev. Frazier, having to take the "Keeley cure" for Holland Archer, 29, plumber, the miik-arinKing habitT Rockford, and Nell Pursley, 22, tele iney say tnat liquor is more phone operator, Rockford. Married strengtnening man mnit. uut i no- by Rev. Lance. tice tnat miiK arinKers can walk straight, and that they never have to E. F. MTESSE REPORTS FREAK lie down In the gutter to rest. CALF ml. l .. , l 1 i i I ine jinfiuuer biuuu uciure me The newly organized Celina ball Judge. His haggard face was lined E. F. Miesse has a fresH ,alf at ,, ,5, , . , ' ,..t , . , . . . , ,. . . ,, , , . team defeated Coldwater in a rast with suffefing and his hands tremb- his farm north of Celina, which so . . . nm . ... tnw , j i. i.T-j 1, i. , . , , j and interesting game in that town on NEW BALL TEAM PUTS ONE OVER COLDWATER NINE led as he raised them, pleadingly, to far as head and body and liveliness the magistrate. "Your honor," he counts, differs In no way from any began, brokenly, "I plead guilty. "I other calf". quarreled with this man and struck But when you look at Bossy's face him over the head with a milk bottle, then you see It Is a monstrosity, a last Sunday afternoon, 4 to 3 The features of the game was the fast Infield work of the Celina infield Joe Myers, at first; Geo. Betz at second; Bob DeVoe at third; Hank But, your Honor, I was full of milk preversion of nature, in as far as it Myar'at short-and the home-run and didn't know what I was doing" has.no mouth, nor nose, nor upper by Coidwat's twlrler Chick .Boerg ..... .Sounds funny, dosn't It? Jaw. It has two .keen bright eyes, a ?"r ' Z' L . If that J32 wero nil anent for milk ih.ni1.nin'. h.oH nataA w I ". -- - o instead of liquor, the Police Courts jaws and two lips, It has a mere slit sixth Inning. wouian t nave very much to do. for a mouth, thrugh which the tonge Geo. Cole, living between eNptune The man who drinks milk on going protudes. The nourishment Is , ob- and Mendon, Is reported to be in a to bed has pleasant dreams of gentle tained thus far from the maternal critical condition at the Lima hospl- Jerseys standing knee-deep in clover, source of supply, but after Bossy Is taL where he was operated upon last Tl. 1. ........... -1 . . 1 I . .. , .. uimivo wuisay on going weanea, mere will come tne ruo ana week. to bed usually dreams tha"t a purple the ingenuity of the feeder will be cow with snaky horns Is standing on sorely taxed. Editor of Chronicle observes that his chest and digging at him with Photographer Boosz kodaked the all loads that lead to Coldwater lead red-hot hoofs! calf which stood attention quite as out. What a blessing. Those that Milk never did anyone any harm; though it knew It needed to be pic- lead out lead to civilization and those ana wnisny never aia anyone any tured because of Its differing from that lead In toward what? (adv.) ooa , I Us head. Dally Standard. I AMERICAN. Wm. Siler, residing in the east end the M. E. Church with Rev. Gotschall of Jefferson township, was taken to in charge, Lima last Tuesday where he under went an operation for intestinal trouble. He rallied nicely and it is believed will improve rapidly. He has been confined to the house since last fall. LIGHTNING SOCIAL GOSSIP The Board last Saturday afternoon meeting in special session, awarded the entire Issue of pike bonds total ing $69,700 and bearing five per cent, interest coupons to Weil Roth & Co., of Cincinnati, at their bid of par, accrued interest and a premium Results in Death of Former Mercer of $16. They were the only bidders County Man Brought Here on the entire issue. The Provident for Burial Savings Bank & Trust Co.. of Cincin nati, offered a premium of $16.20 on the Trlssel road Issue of S13.K00. The remains of Jacob F.Beam, who xhev bi(f on n othe wa3 killed by lightning at his home Th w.,.Ha nt r,..,inr.w, t Miss Mada Miller very pleasantly near North Salem. Ind.. on the 13th entertained the Bridge club at her Inst, were brought here and buried ln last Frid jn jolnt Be8Slon con. home on North Sugar street, last at Burntwood last Sunday afternoon. h tha rf oooooom f Tuesday evening. Following the Deceased was born in Clearfield r.ln tj,k nlnf rflih needle-work hour, progressive doml- County, Pennsylvania, September Th following sheep claims and noes were enjoyed with favors fall- 29,1849. foaa JL oii, h ,hi ing to Misses Loretta Rheinhart and He moved to this county in 1869, ,oot rv.H,,. Miss Bertha Dugan was and resided here until nine years ago T J McGee claim arid wlt- wnen ne movea to inaiana. He is n tpn ti n survived by a wife and four children, Earl Schlenker, same 7 75 a sister, Mrs. Susan Tlumm, of Breck- gatl;e game 41 75 enridge, Mo.; and a brother, Donald, gam'e' Bgme 13 65 in Washington. The surviving child- R p'omitv. a aq Marie Betz a guest of the club The home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Hedrick, on Hartwell avenue, was the scene of a delightful affair last Saturday evening. They entertain ed a number of their friends ln hon or of their twenty-fifth wedding an niversary. Cincinnati Enquirer of June 17. a real social time was enjoyed at the Phi Delta club house at Merceli na cluo house last Monday evening, 1 when Dan McKlrnan, who last week became a benedict, royally entertain ed over fifty of his friends. Lunchen was partaken of after which a smoker ensued, and during this hour, between the selections on the Victrola, many were the advices given the young man as to the straight and forward path of the married 'man. After the smoker euchre was play ed until the wee tiny hours of the morning. Mesdames A. Real, J. W. Loree and W E. TouYelle will entertain the ladies aid society of the M. E. church arlors this afternoon. The members of the C. L. G. club enjoyed a surprise luncheon with Miss Agnes Hendrlck, East Anthony street. Tuesday evening. Mesdames J. E. Berry, North Wal nut street, and Fred Fortman, West Market streea, pleasantly entertained the Whist club at the Berry home on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. J. D Johnson, North Main street was hostess to the Shakspere club and invited guests last Tuesday evening. ren are Mrs. Hulda Dennison, of In dianapolis, Mrs. Tabitha Meyers, of chag , Aidridge n Coldwater, Mrs. Lola Carter, and Russel, both of North Salem F. Stillabarger 25 10 10 A. Puthoff, same 25 65 J. E. Fifer, same 61 50 Ralph Gray and Edward Springer rrieVman :."::::: I iO B Fullenkamp, same 26 20 S. Fetters, same 25 60 S. V. Slabaugh 11 60 J. Regedanz 13 35 J. A. Hoenie 25 30 Same 25 50 Chas. Aldridge 9 10 J. H. Laige 29 35 Clarence Miller 13 65 J. Davis. 21 60 weer arrested Wednesday afternoon Ly Marshel Duncan on a charge of usiug obscene language In the pres ence of women. Both plead guilty at a hearing be fore Mayor Scranton Wednesday ev ening and were each fined $5 and costs. Charges have been lodged against Wm. Ward, living west of this city, that he had creully treated a team ot horses by not feeding or watering 1 jujjmg IVWLND-STORM PROVE ut'ui, nuiuaue vuiuer runs uruugui i (Continued on Fifth Pago.) the team to this city and had them properly stabled, while he makes an investigation of the case. John Cook, of Flndlay, was arrest ed Wednesday night by Night Police man Hoistan for being drunk and disorderly. He plead guilty before Mayor Scranton yesterday morning and was fined $5 and costs. He set tled and was released. Arthur Bearinger was arrested yesterday afternoon hy Night Police man Heistan on a charge of speeding with a car belonging to Jacob Hare. He plead guilty before Mayor Scran ton. Sentence was withheld pending passing upon ot legal points in the case by the City Solicitor. FATAL Cal Jordan, the West Fayette street hardware man, received a mes sage last Saturday morning, announc ing the sudden death of his Bister, Mrs. William Wilson, at her home. west of Portland, Ind. Death re sulted late Friday night from Injuries sustained the previous Wednesday, when she was struck by timbers of a barn which was blown down during a heavy windstorm. FOR SALft HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Good stand for man and wife; town population 1600, in Miami county; price $1200. Address, for further information DEMOCRAT, Celina, O.