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w aiidmnauestidnccLsateiY i rYnomquine .real mat ourrjiv tonai 5 hanw A lliai :mjL f li'i iL'-L'-l'i - .Mil our BanRs HOME SAVINGS HOME MTIONALBAHK I OmlyMemberFEderalReservi &tr CELINA OHIO SI. ROSA Mat Bomholt and family and John Huttings and family Bpont last Sunday afternoon with the Gerd Buenlng family at Egypt. Jos. Meyer and wife and Chaa. Bruna and wife spent laBt Sunday af ternoon with the Bernard Bruns family at Maria Stein. A very large number of people of . this place attended the funeral of the deceased, Peter Hartlngs, at Cassella, last Friday. Bernard Streacker and family and Bernard Drees and family of Osgood visited relatives here last Sunday. Fred Poepelman and family of Os good spent last Sunday with Frank Woeste and family. Leander Kleinhenz,' Emil Gotte nioller, Gregor Lochtefeld and Otto Bomholt students at the St. Joseph College at Collegeville, Ind., return ed home last week to spend their summer vacation at home. A large crowd from here attended a social and card party given at Maria Stein, last Sunday. Anthony Puthoff and family, of Maria Stein visited relatives here last Sunday. Teacher H. H. Leugers and family spent last Monday at Minster. BON To Have Annual Chautauqua Nevt Month, and Will Knjoy Their Vacation at Home MANY ItOAD DOLLARS State Highway Commissioner, Clin ton Cqwen, says that 19,500,000 Is the sum now appropriated or in pro cess of collection for road building in Ohio. To this should be added the 1 1,250,000 given by Congress to Ohio to improve Ohio highways. War hysteria should not interrupt road construction This money if ac cumulated and idle in the public treasury, will cause war enthusiasts to ask that these dollars be transfer red to the war chest and used for mil itary and army salaries. Every pub lic official who has to do wth con struction and maintenance of Ohio roads should be on guard and insist that this big sum of money be spent for the purposes for which it vas collected from the tax payer. FOR SALE 9-room Souse. Sold cheap if moved off lot soon. See Jos. McDonald, or call 416 Red. Let us do your collecting. No charges unless we get results. We own offices In 1,1 ma, Kenton, Urbana, Steubenville and Toronto, and co-operate with Sixteen Thousand Bonded Collectors. SIMMONS COLLECTING CO.. Main Oilice, 124. W. High St., Lima, Ohio. NOTICE Alonzo J. Bisel .who residence when last heard of, was at Iansing, in the State of Michigan, will take notice that on the 17th day or May. A. U.. 1SI17. Leah Beth Bisel, hied -her petition In the Court of Common fleas of Mercer County, Ohio, being cause No. 9376, praying a divorce irom the said Alonzo J. sisei, on me ground of willful absence and non-support for a Deriod of morn than three 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 zb, 1917. LEAH BETH BISEL. APPLICATION FOR PARDON . A word of caution! Don't use up all your loose change without mak ing provision for the Mendon Chau taiKjua. The dates, remember are July 17 to 21; the time will be here before we hardly know it. It is just like a vacation right at home. Then each year it will draw crowds from a greater distance and they are sure to become acquainted and like us if we treat them well. ' There are two things that a person wants when he pays out his money for something of that kind, namely, entertainment and instruction. That is the standard to go by. If it is all entertainment and no instruction. It is a waste of money to take it in, be sides it is detrimental otherwise. While all Instruction and no en tertainment would not be the best thing. If the person would ' follow up a Chautauqua, with book in hand, he could soon have a liberal educa tion, besides getting no end of enter tainment out of it. This year will test out the Chau tauqua here, so let's rally and make it a hummer. ORDINANCE NO. 348 NOTICE Is hereby given that at the next meeting of Ohio State Board of Par. dons an application will be made for the pardon of Albert Sheffer, .convicted at the January term, 1916 of the Court of Com mon Pleas of Mercer County, of the crime of burglary and larceny and sentenced to imprisonment in the Ohio Penitentiary for the period of one to fourteen years. Signed ALBEIiT SHEFFER. Automobile Painting!! I am now ready to do all kinds of Automobile Painting on short notice at the Seilsert Garage, W. Market near C. N. depot, and guar antee satisfaction. Prices FORD Cars $15, $20 and $25. BIG Cars-$80, $35, $40, $45 and $50. Have your Car made like new. Of is Co f fit To amend Ordinance No. 319, ilxing the salaries and bonds of certain officers and to repeal certain sections therein, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Celina, Alercer County, State of Ohio: Section 1. That the salary of the Mar shal shall be Seventy-live dollars per month, payable semi-monthly, and he shall give bond in the sum of Two Thous and Dollars with sureties approved ac cording to law. Section 2. That the salary of the Night Police shall be Sixty-flve dollars per month, payable semi-monthly, and he shall give bond In the sum of Two Thous and Dollars with sureties approved ac. cording to law. Section 3. That the salary of the Fire Chief shall be Seventy-five dollars per month, payable semi-monthly, and he shall give bond in the sum of Two Thous and Dollars with sureties upproved ac cording to law. In the hire Department there shall oe two assistants and a driver, who shall be appointed by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the Council, to perform such appropriate duties relating to the rlre Department as shall from time to time be assigned by the Council. They shall receive the following salar ies per annum, payable semi-monthly: I-irst Assistant. Sixty-live Dollars per monm. Second Assistant, who shall also be the Janitor of the City Building, and the sal ary ot such janitor of the City Building, ii nd as .Second Assistant in the Fire De partment combined, shall be Sixty-five Dollars per niontn. The Driver, Seventy Dollars per month Section 4. Sections 3, 8, 9, 10 and 11 of Ordinance No. 319, and all other Ordi nances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith, ie ad the same are hereby re pealed. This ordinance is declared to be an emergency measure, the good order and safety of the Village reuuiring same and shall take effect and be In force from and filter the earliest period allowed by law. Passed this 12th dav of June, 1917. S. S. SCRANTON, President of Council. Attest: J. M. WINTER Clerk. MONTEZUMA Edd Vester and wire of Covington, spent Sunduy with L. T.' Arthur and family. Kllu'l Long of Duyton, Is spending a few duys with her parents Z. T. Long and wife. Mrs Charles Miller and daughter, Jessie, of Muskegon, Mich., spent a few days with her parents of this place. Earl Smith, of ft. Loramie, spent Sunday with Lola llanna. Clarence Decker and wife, pf Cold water spent Sunday with W. A,. Lacy and wife. Blanchard Stoner and wife spent Sunday with John Gruhhs at Men don. Jake Servis and family spent Sun day with Orvello Monore and wife at Celina. Mrs. Andy Kltchlo called on Cloid Tohin and family, Sunday. Will Cochran has moved from Bradford to Windy Point east of Montezuma. Miss Ethel Long and Miss Maggie Sheppard entertained Alfred Smith and Charles Throwbrldge, of Port land. Ind., Sunday. Henry Bennett and wife spent Sun day with Vermont Bennett and fain lly. Minnie Bennett went to Ansonla, Sunday. GET A SCUPPER Ezra Luffln and wife spent Satur day evening with Steve Slbert and family. Wm Bastian and family attended the reunion picnic dinner in a grove in Indiana Sunday. Mrs. Tillie Wooderson, Van Wert, 0 John Gehm and wife of Neptune, Harry Lehman and family spent Sun day with Mrs. Polly Canary. Virge Dixon and family spent Sun day with Samuel Dixon and family. Coe Wilson and wife spent Sunday with J. F. Smith and family. Mrs. C. J'.ent, of Piqua, spent last week with Samuel Dixon and family. Geo. While and family, Steve Wil son and family spent Saturday even Ing with John Davis and family. Wm. Linn and family, J. G. Beh- mer and wife spent Sunday with Del bert Huey and wife. Win. Webb and family of near Mendon. spent Sunday with G. F, Stoner and family. W. K. Chapman and wife enter tained company Sunday. Ernie Bader and family were driv ing through our vicinity Sunday af ternoon. WANTED Boat builders, carpenters, cabinet makers, joiners, caulkers, first class pipe litters, and men who know how to Install marine engines, we nave clean and well ventilated shops. Port Clinton Is situated on Laite une in the center of the famous fruit growing district, on the main line of the new YorK Central Railroad; a good inexpensive lit tle town to make vour home in. within easy reach of the Great Lakes summer resorts, and there Is plenty oi nsning, hunting, and boating. Non-union shop. We otter good wages and steady worn. Transportation refunded. THE MATTHEWS BOAT CO. Port (Clinton, Ohio CHATTEL LOANS Money to Loan on Horses, Cattle. Farm Implements and Growing Crops at a low rate. You can pay back at any time and stop Interest. Business strictly con fidential. For particulars call on The CelinaMortgage Loan Co. Wyckoff Block Main and Market Sta.. CELINA, O. Beaver Creek Stone Crushing Plant JOHN W. KARCD, 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 blasting purposes, which can be ob tained at the Crusher Plant. 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 .inch of wnom is unknown ;the unknown heirs, devisees, legatee?, 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, Henry Linn and Peter Kable, filed their petition. In he Common Pleas Court of Mercer Coun. ty, Ohio, In case No, 9351 against the above named parties and others, praying for an order quieting the title In plain tiffs, to the following lands to-wlt: Com mencing for tho 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: tlienee west one hundred and six and two thirds rods; thence south sixty rods; thence west fifty three and one third rods; 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 Ka ble Instead of Christian Kopley. Said parties are reaulred to answer, on or before the 16th day of June, 1917. HKNRi LINN and I'ETEB KABLE. John W. Ioreo, Plaintiff's attorney. 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. JOHN T. GIBBONS, M. D. Culver Lens Get your order in immediately and comply with the law by putting in the Culver Lens. We put them in for $2.00 Don't put in a colored glass, Don't pay three or four dollars for a Lens when you can get one for two dollars and get a clear glass. Remember we do first-class work and are always at your service. Siler Bros. Warren Garage, Celina.O. On Warren St., just west of Main LANDFAIR Fine weather at thiB writing John Stoll was at Celina Tuesday, lien Davis, wife and daughter, Del la, were at Celina, Saturday on busi ness. Kuben, Urban, 011ie and Nancie Stoll were Celina callers Saturday evening. Mrs. Mary Bauer and son, Kenneth and daughters, Huldah, Tillie and Pearlie spent 3unday afternoon with Mrs. Caroline Bauer. Ben Davis and family entertained company Sunday evening. Henry Stoll, wife and son, Dillon, spent Sunday afternoon with Noah Black and family. Misses Lola Felver, Narcle Stoll, spent Sunday afternoon with Nora Bauer and brothers. Ben Davte wife and daughter Del la, spent Sunday with Fred Deitsch and mother at Skeels X Roads. Nancie Stoll called on Mrs. George Hines and daughters, Tuesday morn ing. Will Stoll still makes his usual trip to Celina. Marie Davis spent Sunday at Geo. Hints. Frank Brown and Miss Ollie Stoll were out driving Sunday evening. Urban Stoll still makes his usual trip west. Charles Weitz an dsons spent Tues day at Richmond, Ind. C. Kanorr and wife spent Monday evening with Fred Brehm and family. Mary and Flossie Hines spent Tuesday evening at John Stoll's. II. Stoner and son of near Mercer called on George Hines, Tuesday ev ening. Otto Bauer and sister, Nora ,and Lola I'elver attended the entertain ment at Mt. Carmel, Sunday even ing. Itussel Jenkins still makes his us ual trips at John Stoll's. Mrs. Susan Dietsch and daughter, Mrs. Kate Davis, called on Mrs. Geo. Hines Sunday evening. Clarence Hines and Lena Bauer called on Fred Bauer and family Sat urday evening. Mrs. Lizzie Bauer and daughter were at Celina, on business, Monday. I Phil Hines and Elmer Rhoades of Celina, called on George Hines Tues day afternoon. Geo. W. Hines and wife were Celi na callers. Wednesday. ST. HENRY Miss Marcella Schlrack return ed homo Thursday for her summer vai-atlon. She has been attending school at Bowling Green, Indiana. Mrs. Frank Sunderhaus and Mrs. Ed Bruiis and two daughters spent Saturday and Sunday In Lima with the former's Bon, Ed. Arthui Guldle, Chicago, 111., is spending this week 'with his parents hero Mr. and Mrs. Albert Guldle. Adolph Komer, St. Marys Semi nary, Cincinnati, spent a few days with his parents here, W. II Romer anil wile. 'Our hull team beat the St. -Anthony team on our grounds 3 to 1. It was a real buttle. The same teams will play here next Sunday. Mrs. Frank Feldhake and son were Celina visitors, Monday. Herald Romer spent a few days in Cincinnati on business the past week. Henry Halting and family were at Dayton, Sunday visiting relatives. J. A. Hess and family and Mrs. Robort Mader attended the Hess Ronnebuum nuptials at Guadalupe, Wednesday. Raymond Shirack, Ann Aroor Mich., medical school, Is home for his summer vacation. Ben Spoltman attended the tuner al of his uncle John Spoltman, at Coldwater, Tuesday. ELM GROVE Joe Houser is working for Albert Palmer. Walter Riggin, New Jersey spent Saturday and Sunday with Chas. and Ralph Andrews. M D. Meak and wife and Mrs Or villa Leech and children, Muncle spent one day last week with Albert Palmer and family. Albert Palmer and wife and Allen SluHiier motored to Van Wert Sunday and attended the Johnson reunion. Hugh Stephenson, Celina and Mrs R. D. Hoel and family, Lester,-Johnson called at the home of W. T. An drews. Wdd Berry an dwlfe, Columbus, are visiting Allen Slusser and family this week. Frank B'etters and wife entertain ed company Sunday. 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 barp, Fort Recovery. TERMS J15.0G to Insure colt to stand and suck. Not responsible for accidents, but will use every precaution to prevent same, 'jwners parting with mare after she is br.id will be held good for the in surance. Telephone Wabash local line 7 and 26. BEAVER CURVE There will be preaching at Friends Home Sunday morning. Every one welcome. Johnny White and wife, Dayton, Ernest Green and family, Spencer ville, William Enyart and wife spent Sunday with All Enyart and famliy. Charlie Shlnn and wife spent Sat urday night and Sunday In Celina. Miss Myrtle Runkel spent Satur day night, Sunday and Monday with Miss Rachel Rush at Rockford. Mrs. Jane Gales, Mrs. Rachel Brandon and children spent Sunday with Mrs. Fisher. Ruly Black was on our streets, Saturday. Miss Lula Long spent Monday ev ening with Ivy Shlnn and sister. Miss Myrtle Spohn called on Myr tle Runkel, Wednesday. Mrs. George Gray was a Celina call er Monday. Rula Black and wife entertained company Tuesday evening. John Bricker, Jesse Rush, Misses Mary Copeland and Mabel Rush sent Sunday with Mrs. Rosa Runkel. Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $75,000.00 M. B. S. These letters stand for "MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY" the society you are joining when you come to this bank to do business. You come here expecting to derive help and bene fit from your dealings with us. We should be foolish indeed'not to advance your interests in every way possible, for our success depends vitally upon yours, llence our heart-to-heart service a service that spells CO -OPERATION in its broadest sense. The Commercial Bank Co. CELINA, OHIO Prompt, courteous treatment to all BU 1100 Mrs. Harl Green and children, of Van Wert, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Wade and other relatives of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Domer Ik oufcher a ml family spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barker. Mrs J. H. Yaney is on the sick list at this writing. Whit Adams and Miss Carrie Andrews attended church at Burnt- wood, Sunday evening. Misses Edna, Orpha and Jennie Kerns took dinner Sunday with Mrs. Joe Meyers and family, of Elm Grove. Mrs. Wjin. Bigham spent a few days last week at Van Wert. Stanley and Mildred Yaney visited their sister Mrs. Arizona Bennet, near Ansonia, over Sunday. The funeral of Jacob Beams, of Indiana, was held at Burntwood church Sunday. The remaLns were peacefully laid at rest in the Burnt- wood cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson, of near Van Wert spent a few days last week with Mrs. Wade and son, Fran cis. Joseph Christian and wife took supper Sunday evening with C. H. Pummel and family. Benjamin Kerns was the guest of Robert Bigham, Sunday. Mrs. Will McGee and son visited her mother, Mrs. Kate Green, one day last week. 483 pairs of shoes, socks and gloves sold at Big Pete's last Saturday. FOR SALE Bulck roadster. In first class condition. Dr. L. M. OTIS, Celina. John T. Rabe Coldwater, Ohio H.D.I !audabaugh & 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 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 FREEDOM from danger! of impure gasolinei from danger of paying dear for a poor gasoline. That's Red Crown Freedom. Red Crown ii always pure. POLAR INE oil, ind tmuminloa lubrleun kofthca tbe life of your car. THE STANDARD OIL CO. (An Ohio Corporation) NOTICE OF ROAD ASSESSMENT In the matter of the Schott Joint Road. NOTICE is hereby griven that the schedule of the apportionment of the costs and expenses of construction of th Schott Joint Road in Mercer County, Ohio, and the estimated assessments to bo made on the landowners affected, has been made by the surveyor and the same is on tile in the oliice of the County Aud itor at Celina. Ohio, for the inspection ol all persons interested. And the H'Jth day ot June, ac iu o'clock A. M. in the ofllce of the Com missioners of this County, has been fixed as the time and place for hearing objec tions, if anv ho made to said assessment. If any owner of property affected there by, desires to make objection to said as sessment, he may tile his said objections in writing, with the County Commission ers before the time so set for the hear-lnS- .... Commissioners ot saia Mercer uoumy, By J. F. STEINBRUNNER, Auditor. 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 AN YT TIME AND STOP INTEREST. Remember you pay no commission at any time when you make a loan with our Company. THE WAGNER LOAN COMPANY O. RaudabauQh, Agent I. O. O. F. Temple CELINA, OHIO THE PROBATE COURT Last will and testament of Frita Fleck, deceased, duly admitted to probatu and record. Andrew Fleck appointed executor of said will. In ventory and appraisement June 26 at 10 a. m. Last will and testament of Anna C. Crouch duly admitted to probate and record. John W. Shively ap pointed executor of said will. In ventory and appraisement June 23. t'tephen KemJitll appointtd admln is utt r of the estate of t'iza Kendall. Fannie Baker .executrix of the will of V'ni. Hainllne, deceneed, returned and filed order of private sale of real estate. Sale confirmed and deed or dered. John Mendenhall appointed guar dian of Carl Mendenhall and Kath ryn E. Belser, mino.f.. Inventoiy Pi;d. J. V. Fetters, trustee of Slgnoretta i'nydtr, filed first partial account. For hearing July 31. barney Jutte appointed administra tor of the estate of Kphraim Miller, deceased. Inventory and appraise ment June 18. Win. Kuhn, administrator of the estate of John Davis, deceased, re turned and filed sale bill of personal property sold. HOUSE FOR RENT A modern eight-room house, with big garden spot. At reasonable rent. Vt'jrite or call 316 N. Pierce street, Li ma, O., or phone Rice 1716. ANNA. BETJTELSPACHER. NOTICE t. M. MURLIN Rear Estate for Sale or Exchange Union Block, Rooms 10 and 11 CELINA, OHIO SHERIFF'S SALE IN PARTITION The Slate of Ohio, Mercer County, Court of Common Pleas. No. 93411. Huldah Bricker vs. Rachel J. Hole, et al. NOTICE is hereby given, that on WEDNESDAY, the 18th day of JULY A. D. 1917, at the hour of 1:00 o'clock p. m., I will offer for sale at public auction at the east door of the Court House, In Celina, Ohio, the following real estate, to-wit: Situate in township of Jefferson, county of Mercer, and 'state of Ohio ,to-wlt; De ing tho west half (V4 of the northwest quarter (&) of Section thirty-two (32), town five (6) South, range two (2) East, containing fifteen (16) acres of land more or less. Said premises lying three-auar- ters() of a mile North of the Mud pike and facing a mud road, said land lying on the east side oi nam mud road. House of frame and also a barn built of frame, Known as the jane Hole rarm. said land lies nwe miles West and a half mile North of Celina, Ohio. Appraised at uirteen Hundred Dollars, (S1500.00) Said premises to be sold as the Property ot the parties to the above action, on an girder of sale In Partition from the Com mon Pleas Court of Mercer County, Ohio, and to me directed as Sheriff of said county. Terms ot sale cash. Given under my hand this 13th day of June, 1917. WILLIAM PUMFHKE Y, Sheriff of Mercer County, Ohio. By H. W. SCH1NDLER, Deputy. C. A. STUBBS, Attorney. THE CEUNAMARKET The following were the quotations for grain, livestock, poultry and produce In the Celina markets yesterday evening: GRAIN (Furnished by Buckland Milling Co.) Wheat, per bushel $2 30 Corn, per hundred pounds 2 25 Oats, per bushel 60 Barley, per bushel 1 25 Rye, per busli.rl 1 50 SEED Clover. .. ' 10 00 Alslke 10 00 Timothy, per bushel i 60 HAY (Futislud by L. G. McMillan) Timothy, baled, per ton $14 00 Mixed 13 50 Clover 12 00 LIVE STOCK (Furnished by Frank Fischer) Hogs 9 BOO 14 CO Veal Calves 8 50)10 00 Cattle 6 50(ftll 00 PRODUCt (Furnished by Laudahn & Mesarvey) Butter, per pound SOo Eggs, per dozen 25c Lard, per pound 20c Potatoes, per bushel $3 00 HIGH - GRADE PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS and ORGANS PHONOGRPHS and Rec ords Player Music Rolls Sheet Music Bauer & Heffnsr Music Co 114 E. Market St.,CEUNA,0: East Butler St., FT. RECOVERY C. A. STUBBS, ATTORNEY AT LAW CELINA, O. Roomt 1 and 2, Commercial Bank Building Orvelle Raudabaugh Attorney-at-Law General practice of law. Probate practice and writing 'wills a specialty. Office Rooms 1 and 2, I.O.O.F. Building, CELINA, OHIO Notice to Farmers and Owners of Stock We do not wish you any bad luck, but if your stock dies or' gets old and worn out, we will pay highest prices for same. , Telephone charges paid by us. Calls answered at once from any distance. The following prices are now in force: Dead Horses, $2.00. Dead Cows, according to size, $1.00 to $5.00. Live Horses, delivered at plant, from $4.00 to $7.50, accord 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 m orav to Loaoi Have t300.000.00 private Money to loan at S per cent pay back any time and stop interest. Money obtained direct. No com mmission to divide as other agencies must do, hence can make you a loan tor about what other agencies themselves pay for their money. Get in on this fund while it lasta. ED. Ii. BRYSON, Celina. O.