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TUB CELINA DEMOCRAT
8 r a! Yes, It Has Helped Me Through College "I started my savings account when a small boy. It grew and grew slowly but surely. When I finished High School there was enough mon ey in The First Na tional Bank to car ry me through my first college year. You young men can do the the same as I did. Resolve 'to save a definite amount each week and take it to tho bank before you are tempted to spend it. Think of the future a few odd pennies will bring to you." This Bank is at all times ready to welcome small deposits. A dollar opens your accoutt. The First National Bank of Celina "The Home for Savings." DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD saved each day Fred I. Gottemoeller and wife are pleated over the arrival of a pretty little baby girl that came to their home last Wednesday. 1 Clem Albers was a Celiiia visitor last Thursday. Henry Ilartings was a Lelina ousiness visitor Thursday. A number of relatives from here at tended the funeral of Theodore Koesters at Wendelin last Saturday. los. Post and family, of Skeels Cross Roads, and Frank Jacobs, of St. Peter, spent last Sunday with relatives here. The Chickasaw base ball team played a game against our boys here last Snn- day. Score 6 to 2 in favor of Chickasaw. Ouite a number of vouuer men from this township of conscription age attend ed the public meeting held at Celina last Saturday night in the interest of secur ing recruits for the Second Regiment, O. N. G. HOPEWELL LADY FALLS AND BREAKS WHIsr CAVE your horses and J get the most out of your wagons. Use Mica Axle Grease. It lightens the load. Works like ball bearing. Leaves no gum or paata on the apindlas. Sold In t and 3 pound Una, 10, IS and 25 pound galvanized Iron pails. THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY (An Ohio Corporation) BUiTIOD Elmer Barker and wife spent San day with Emor Barker and wife. Grace Grundon visited Florence Elder, Sunday. Otis, Ben and Ruth Kerns were the Sunday guests of David Monroe and family. Frank Andrewa and wife were the guests of Josep hAndrews and fam ily, Sunday. Everett and Frank Barker, Cliff and Earnest Bailey visited Clar ence Pummel, Sunday. Mis P:ffie Hay spent Sunday after noon with Mrs. Wade. Del Cummins and family spent Sunday with Geo. Bailey and family. Albert Schocknian and family vis ited Tom Kerns and family Sunday afternoon. Stanley Yaney spent Sunday with Miles and Clara Johnson. Several from around here attend ed -.he Richardson-Jenkins trial last Thursday. Allen Moore and family and Cash Green and family attended the flag raising at Rockford Sunday. A. M. Pummell visited Harry Fum mell Sunday. Paul Johnston spent Sunday after noon with Cyrus Andrews. L ANDFAIK 160 -Farm at Sheriff Sale The Jacob Baker farm of 100 acres, one and one-half mile north of Coldwater, and 3 miles west and 2 south of Celina, on pike, near school. This farm will be sold at Sheriff Sale on WEDNESDAY, August 8, at tho Court house, in Celina. Sale begins at 1 o'clock p.m. 5T. ROSA Mrs. Wm. Kroirman. a well known Hooewell township lady, aged 50, fell and broke her right wrist Sunday morn ing while attending to some clioresin the back yard. PHILOTHEA Br.,or,l Osrliii1t died at the borne of lilu vr.,nua Hanirlitpr Mrs. Kd Mil- holland, in Celina, last Sunday morning, aged 69 years. His remains were brought here to the home ot nis eiuesi ,l,,,.,rhiur Mr, fion Tppnen. with whom he made his home. Funeral took place here Wednesday morning. He leaves another daughter, Mrs. Joe Homan, and and three sons. His wife died two and a half years ago. Ben Dues is busy these rainy days cleaning his machinery for the threshing season. He will guarantee iirsi-ciass work and be as prompt as usual. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bushor spent Sun day at Coldwater with Mrs. A. Tekamp. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Fortman and daugh ter Nora, of Celina, were guests of Ber nard Dues and family last Sunday. ivfr nml Mru Ifftirv U en tz snent Sun day afternoon with H. Hemuielgarn at Wendelin. Jos. Abels and wife, accompanied by Henry Dues and wife, spent Sunday with relatives at Minster. Jos. Ullemam arrived home Monday with a new 20-horse power engine which he purchased from J. J. Dues, at Min ster, Ohio. Wtn. Vandenbosch and wife, of Wen delin, spent Sunday evening with H. Schwegeman and wife. GIRLS, WIN A PRIZE TRIP TO WASHINGTON! Rev. Houser took dinner with ,Tohn Stoll and family, Sunday. Geo. Hines and daughter Mary, were business callers at Celina, Mon day. Nancie Stoll ser.: t Wednesday at ternoon with Nor i Bauer. Noah Black and family spent Sun day with James I.affln and family. The following spent Sunday with John Stoll and family: Luther Bau gher and family, Mary and Flossie Hines, Laura Wtsitz and Nancy Stoll. Otto Bauer and sister Nora were Celina callers Saturday evening. Reuben, Ollie and Nancle Stoll vis ited their sister near Celina, Tuesday evening, Mrs. Ernest Norris. Lavaun and Urban' Norris are sending this week with their grand arents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stoll. Laura Wleitz, Ollie and Nancie Stoll we.-e Celina calers, Thursday. Einebt Norris and wife spent Wed nesday with John Stoll and family. There will be preaching at this place Sunday evening by Rev. Otto Cook of Bern, Ind. Evrybody invited. Ernest Norris and family spent Sunday wits John Stoll and family. Woman's friend is a Large Trial Bottle of Sanol Prescription. Fine for black heads, Eczema and all rough skin and clear complexion. A real skin Tonic. Get a 35c Trial Bot tle at the drug store, adv. FOR SALE Town Properties Vacant lot and good buggy; also one set leather fly neta.call at 619 North Sugar St. FOR SALE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Good stand for man and wife; town population 1600, In Miami county; price 1200. lAddress, for further information DEMOCRAT, Celina, O. Farm for Sale The Harvey Beougher' estate, consist ing of 80 acres, located three miles south west of Celina. Inquire S. L. BEOUGH ER, Adm'r, in care Wm. Monroe, Celi na, P., R.D. 5. 14-4t CHATTEL LOANS Money to Loan on Horses. Cattla, Farm Implements and Growing; Crops at a low rata. You can pay back at any time and atop Interest. Business strictly con fidential. For particulars call on Tb CelinafMgap Loan Co. Wyekoff Block Main, and Market eta CELINA, a AMONG the 600 prize trips offered members of the Boys' and Glrla' Clubs and Contests conducted bj the Ohio State University College of Agriculture, over 200 trips will be offered to the girls. These are the contests which were transferred from the State Board of Agriculture on March 6. They will be carried on in counties having no regularly organ ized club work. Special Interest la developing concerning the trips on account of the attention the girls are giving to food conservation. Special addresses will be irivea at Washing ton to the winners by President Wil son and Herbert Hoover, national food dictator. Arrangements have been made to tour Washington and ita vicinity, In cluding historic Mount Vernon. A chance will be afforded to see con- eress in session. A corps of special ists of the United States Department of Agriculture, who are all well ac quainted with the capital, have of fered their services as guides. Visit New York City. Following the sojourn at the na tlonal capital, the trip will be extend ed to New York city. A boat ride will be taken up the Hudson as far as Grant's tomb, in Central park. A visit will be made to the American Museum of Natural History, to the heart of the buslns section and to the harbor. It is planned that each person who goes on the trip will be presented with a guide book specially prepnred for the trip. This will furnish explan atory information concerning each NOTICE Ail persons knowing themselves in depted to Dr. R. W. Schlenker will please call and settle at once, as he is soon to leave Celina to respond to the call for military service and all accounts must be paid before he goes away. R. W. SCHLENKER Veterinary Surgeon. WANTED Boat builders, carpenters, cabinet makers. Joiners, caulkers, first class pipe fitters, and men who know how to install marine engines. We have clean and well ventilated shops. Port Clinton Is situated on Laxe Erie in the center of the famous fruit growing district, on the main line of the new York Central Kaliroaa; a good inexpensive lit tle town to make your home In, within easy reach of the Great Lakes summer resorts, and there is plenty of fishing, hunting, and boating. Non-union shop. We offer good wages and steady work. Transportation refunded. THE MATTHEWS BOAT CO. Port Clinton, Ohio Beaver Creek Stone Crushing Plant JOHN W. KARCH, Proprietor Five miles west of Celina and five miles northwest of Coldwater Crusted Stone, Screenings ' and Cement Delivered to all parts of Mercer County on short notice. Also handle Caps, Fuse and Dynamite For blasting purposes, which can be oh tained at the Crusher Plant. point visited and offer an excellent souvenir of the trip. Girls to Be Chaperoned. All the irirls will be divided Into small groups and will be chaperoned by representatives ot the College of Agriculture from the time they arrive at Cohimbus or Pittsburgh until tneir return. Their parents, however, are tnvitad to accomoanv them, and may avail themselves of all the courtesies extended to the priso winners. It is not too late to Join tho con test, although enrollment should be made at once to make the best use of the Instructional material prepared by the specialists of the College of Agri culture. Help For Contestant, Any girl In the state between tho ages of 10 and 18 jrearo inclusive may enter. Specialists of the College of Agriculture are aiding contestants by giving demonstrations in each county and sending literature and personal letters In answer to questions. Each contestant will exhibit at the county fair, unless otherwise specified, the following things: A loaf of white bread; a pint can each of tomatoes; beans; corn; cherries or plums; pears or peaches; blackberries, rasp berries or grapes; two small glas363 of Jeffy; and a small glass of straw berry preserves or rhubarb conserve. Anyone desiring 'further informa tion concerning these and the other prize trips which will be offered at the same time to members of clubs conducted by the College of Agricul ture' should write to W. H. Palmer, Statu Leader of Bovs and Girls' CM, Ohio State University. Colum bus, O. CHICKASAW The farmers in this locality are busy cutting wheat. Quite a few people of ths place at tended the conscription meeting held at Celina, Saturday evening. Quite a number of people of this ploce attended the Socialist meeting at Riemen Sunday afternoon. Wers Wellman who is emloyed in Ft. Wayut , came to Chickasaw, Sat urday afternoon and returned to In diana, Sunday via auto. Rev. G. E. Menge of this place at tended the Priests Retreat at Clnrin? uutl this week. W. It. Gross and family are visit ing friends and relatives in St. An thony at this writing. Ray Mendenhall, of Richmond, Ind., passed through here, Monday. Quite a few people of thU place attendd the moonlight icnlc at Mins ter, Tuesday evening. Geo. Adams and family, of Maria Stein wsited B. H. Kramniar and wife, Siinc'a Fred Nkle-.nip ot Dayton, spent Sunday at the former's parents Sun day lne ball game between tii St. Kos Greyhounds and the CenU'neteis was won '.y Chickasaw by a score cf 6 to 2. John Boeckner and Ben Grieshop were Celina visitors Monday. F. H. Wejn and family, of Dayton, ara vir'ting friends and relatives in thli burg at ths writing. The South bound passenger train of the C. H. and D. was forced to go on a siding on account of a busted fiue. SCUDDER Lenard Siler an dwife spent Sun day with Chas. Fenning and family, of South Wabash. Steve Siebert and family spent Sun day wtt T. G Brandon and family. John Gehm and wife of Neptune, Harry Lehman and family, of Wa bash, tpent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Polly Canary. Mrs. Earl Wilkins and baby, of Sidney, spent a few days with her areuts here, Geo. White and wife. J. G. Wiel and family celled on Coe Wilson and wife, Sunday even ing. J( hn Davis and family spent Sat urday evening with Steve Wilson and fauily. B. B. Wilson, 0f Celina was out on his farm here Tuesday. Mrs. Clarence Bricker spent lues day with Mrs. f.klle Jenkins. Dclbert lli:ey and wife, Bill Linn an di'ninily f.;eut Sunday witji J. G. Efhmer and wife. Virge Dixon and family, Perry Bechdolt and family and Grandma Harmon spent Sunday with Samuel Dixon and family. Mrfc. John Davis and children spent Wednesday with Coe Wilson and wife. Mrs. Ezra Laffin called on J. B. Laffin, Tuesday afternoon. It is rumored that one of our boys, Nor: eit Ellis enlisted to help Uncle Sam. May success follow him where e'er he goes. John Powell was over on his farm her Tucday. Lee Jack called o nRussel Jenkins one afternoon last week. Capital, $50,009.(0 Surplus and Profits, $75,000.00 GOOD LUCK Good Luck is more a matter of pluck than anything elae. A good live man is going to "arrive" if he really makes that his busi ness. No one travels very far on the Road to Success these days with out the co-operation of a thoroughly reliable bank. There are do.eus of ways iu which we can help the earnest, as piring young man. To all such it is our particular pleasure to ren der every possible assistance consistent with conservative banking. Let us help bring you Good Luck ! The Commercial Bank Co. Strength, Organization, Service our Policy CELINA, OHIO UNITY GRAHGE NQTE5 Raudabaugh & Thomas "INSURANCE AGENTS" FIRE ! ! 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 NOTICE L. M. MURLIN Real Estate for Sale or Exchange Union Block, Rooms 10 and 11 CELINA, OHIO ELM GROVE Chas. Granger and wife and Leroy Lincoln and wife spent Sunday with Allen Slusser. Grandpa McGee and Thomas Mc Gee and family visited at the Joe Mc Gee home, Sunday. Miss Naomi HoIe and Clyde An drews spent Sunday with Mabel An drews. Frank Fetters was auto riding Sunday. Carl Andrews and lady friend at tended service at Burntwood Sunday evening. Joe Pax and family, motored to Buntettsville, Monday. Unity Grange is progressing very raldly. It now has 160 members en rolled. Arrangements were made on Tusday to organize a Juvenile grange at the next meeting under the direc tions of A. W. LaRue. All members placed thel rorders with the business agent Tuesday night for coal and fer tilizer, an dan enormous amount was wanted, after the business meeting was over an excellent literary pro gram was rendered, which had been prpured by the Lecturer G. M. wai ter. Mr. Walter is undoubtedly one of ihp best lecturers in this part of the country, he has been working hard and is naiking a grand success of the work. The program rendered was as fol lows: Song by the grange. Recitation Alice Boley Patriotism on the Farm A short talk by Demy Adams. . Piano Duet Mrs. A. Wl Adams and Miss Vera Konrath. Recitation Kathaleen LaRue. Recitation Blanche Boley. Closing Song by the Grange. A fine program has ben arranged for next Tuesday night which no granger should miss. July 31 the Literary program will be Dpen fo rthe ublic and an excellent program is being arranged, contain ing onr short play. This is being Dut on by people with excellent tal- Ptit and wil be wort hseeing. Don't miss it. The Unity ball team defeated the Montezuma team.on July 4, in a well matched game. Score: Montezuma 0 0126010 010 8 Unitv 4 3102103 14 15 Batteries Montezuma, Andrews and Johnson. Unity, Ransbottom and Coate and Sloan. , Struck out by Andrews 2; by Ransbottom 15. Unitv hasi a good ball club and would like games with amateur clubs Manager, Frank Coate. Unity now has a double-male quar tetto under the leadership of Will iam Moore. Mr. Moore is well vers ed in music and is also an excellent tenor singer. The Pomona Grange meets at this place the first Friday in August and all members should be present for this is going to be a fine program, both entertaining and instructive. The Unity Grange extends a hearty invitation to everyone not Grange members, to enroll with us, and help us have a good time, and be benefi cial o ourselves and fellowmen. BEAVER CURVE Jacob West and wife entertained company, Sunday. Dalas Coates has returned home from Ada, where he has been attend ing school. Dr. immel and wife Sundayed with her father, Sunday. Geo. Gray and wife took dinner with Wpsley Stiner and family Sun day. William Enyart and wife, John Bricker and Miss Mable Rush spent Sunady evening with Wm. Rush and family. Ice cream was served. Chas. McCain and family spent Sunday with Myrtle Runkle. Mrs. Gales and daughter entertain ed company, Sunday. The following spent Sunday with Henry Suhr and family: I. Metzner, wif3 and son and Mis Curl, W. R. Webt, wife and son, Lizzie Suhr, son and daughter, Mrs. Roy Hole, John Pishon and sister, Clarence Trissel and wife. Will Enyart and wife. Will Rush and fandly sepnt Sun day with O. Wilkins and family. Roy Blssel wife and daughter and Miss Rachel Rush of Rockford, made a short call on Mrs. Will Enyart and sister Saturday evening. Dillon Sell, wife and son spent one day last week with her mother. Rudoff Metzner, Edward and Earn est Suhr, Lucy Trissel, Anna Suhr and Miss Curl were out auto riding Sunday. Leslie Larue and wife called on Harley Long and family, Sunday DK W. H. THOMPSON Wishes to announce that he has opened an office at his residence, 310 West Market street, for the general practic of medicine and surgery. Of fice hours 1 to 3 p. m. and 6 to 8 p. m. Day and night calls answered promptly. Phone 129. Sanol Eczema Prescription is a fa mous old remedy for all forms of Ec zema and skin diseases. Sanol is a guaranteed remedy. Get a 35c. large trial bottle at the drug store, adv. HOUSE FOR BENT A modern eight-room house, with big garden spot. At reasonable rent. Write or call 316 N. Pierce street, Li ma, O., or phone Rice 1716. ANNA BEUTELSPACHER. SinillllllllllllimilllHllllHlllllHlllllHI! gUarinc ouTandgreases WOULD YOU have your car run sweet and noiseleu Or would you have it squeak and rattle? Polarlne oils and greases make bearings run smooth. Polarine transmission lubricant reduces friction. Use Red Crown Gas oline for power. THE STANDARD OIL CO. (An Ohio Corporation) iaiiiiiifinimmiiniiMiHiii Is PILES FISTULA AND AU, DISEASES OF THE RECTUM Dr. MoCUll&n annonnetg to tti profeation and th public thai h DiskM tpaxjiftlty of iht dln&Ma atidhuhftd DO yean eontUut xporlsno.- No pain and no detention from builneM. Bladder, Kidney, Blood and Skin Dteeaiea and DiMatee of Women. WHITK PUIl BOOK ON KKCTAL MBKABKH (FKKK) and IndorteuienU ot ptUtaU cured. LiUblliiied 1880. DR. J. J. McCLELLAN 44 East Broad Street Columbus, 0. Eight Hurt In Wreck. Kenton, O., July 16. Eight persons were injured, one seriously, here, when a fast Big Four passenger traia and a yard engine crashed head-on' a short distance north of the city. Dar win E. Hand of Junction City, Tenn., received internal injuries. Chokes Self to Death. Pierpont, O., July 17. A thirty hour search by a posse of 200 people In this vicinity led to the discovery that James Corry, ninety-three, after dig ging a trench as his grave, tied hla suspenders about his neck and chok ed himself to ieath. FOR SALE 9-room house. Sold cheap if moved off lot soon. See Jos. McDonald, or call 416 Red. 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 Tou are allowed to pay back ANT AMOUNT AT ANY 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. Raudabaugh, Aflent I. O. O. F. Temple CELINA, OHIO HIGH- GRADE PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS and ORGANS PHONOGRPHS and Rec ords Player Music Rolls Sheet Music Bauer & Heffner Music Co 114 n. Market St.,CELINA.O. East Butler St., FT. RECOVERY C. A. STUBBS, ATTORNEY AT LAW CELINA, O. Roomi 1 and 2, Commercial Bank Building Orvelle Raudabaugh Attorney-at-Law General practice of law. Probate practice and writing J wills a specialty. Office Rooms 1 and 2, I.O.O.F. Bnilding, CELINA, OHIO EVJomojf to Load Have 9300,000.00 private Money to loan at B per cent pay back any time and stop interest. Money obtained direct. No cotn mmisaion to divide as other agencies mast do, hence can make yon a loan for about what other agencies themselves pay for their money. Get in on this fund while it lasts. ED. L. BliYSON, Celina. O.