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WAI InkCTio into (LAW DfcCEMBrH SS.ISMI ThE FederalReserve Bank (AVj banlUngf and. currency? lJI bill was enaded inlo law on December 22nd, 1013. Tlie bill provides ford federal Reserve SyCrtem of Regional Banks', eack National Bank becoming a member Alawlliai vvilUendo creata cfi-ealer vrosveriy"it 'iki counir "ihan ever he fore. The First National Bank of Celina "The Home for Savings." OHIO'S 1?17 INCOME 30 TIMES STAMP QUOTA State Committee Has Interest log Figures on W. S. S. Campaign. Ohio's States Thrift NEPTUNE Mrs. Charlotte Crow la not so well. Sam Crow Is on tha sick list with a gathering on his face. The Red Corss met with Mrs. Chas. Young, Tuesday afternoon, to sew. The first and second degrees were con ferred upon several candidates at .the Orange, Friday evening. There will be cottage prayer meeting Thursday evening at the home of D. W. Hanklns. Every one invited. Those who have been longing for the old fashioned winter now have their longings gratified and they can call it either old or new fashioned. Rev. Turner was called to Ohio City last week to conduct the funeral service of Mrs. Hattie Waltz, and was from Tues day afternoon at four o'clock, until Wed nesday at 7:30 In getting there. Sleighing parties are the order at this time. A sled load of the young people urove over to Mr. and Mrs. John Beough. ers last Saturday evening and report a fine time, Monday evening another party drove over to St. Marys. Last week the principle event of te day wa sthe arrival of the mail. The pa trons, many of them, coming iO Neptune and meeting the carrier and taking the mall to the places where the carrier could not go on account of the drifts. Messrs. Harry Hall, Ralph Turner, Ross Turner, and Misses McDonald. Eonewltz, Hedrick and Crow, were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Severns, Sunday aftarnoon. Walter Stansberry, of Youngstown, O., Is visiting with his father Henry tarns- berry. Mr. Stansberry is Superintendent of one of the laree blast furnaces of Younirstown. There were services at the Church of God, Sunday, for the first time in two weeks, on account of the fuel shortage, Next Sunday the Sunday school will be held at 1:30 p. m., and preaching at 2:30. A community must have a progressive spirit to progress. It is of little value to a town to be "the best place on earth to live" and yet remain lacking in the spirit which Droves its claim to strangers. The hanger-backs, the good-enough, the it-costs-too-much-money people are the most effective folks to block the spirit of progress. To progress costs something. but its a good buy. MONTEZUMA Itartha Wills and Fae Servis called on Ruby Ilurdge, Sunday afternoon. Delmur Grundun and Karl Frank of Li ma, spent Suday here. James Wills, of Duyton, is spending few days at homt. Wm. Kittle and wife spent Sunday with Mrs. Mury Stafford. Mary IVggs has returned home after a few weeks slay at Lima. Jacob Servis and family called on Otis Tobln and family, Sunday afternoon. Wm Colson nnd family called on Noah Stafford and family, Monday evening. Mrs. Josie Hannah, Mrs. Lola Smith, Mrs. Helen Colson and children, Mrs. Jno, Cenccbaugh called on Mrs. Lizzie Long, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Anna Teggs and daughter, Mary, called on Mrs. Steve Gray, Saturday after. noon. Grandma Colson and Maggie Shepherd called on Mrs. Frank Colson, Friday af ternoon. Mrs. Josie Ilnnna has returned home after spending a few weeks with her son Ray at North Star. Mrs. John Cenccbaugh, Mrs. Z. T. Long called on A. C. Long and family, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. A. C. Long is improving. CHICKASAW III '.REALTY CIRCLES Rose Linn to Anna Flammer, lot 350, Celina, $1. Fred 'Deitsch to Frank Butler, part of land in Liberty township, $1. A,, boehmer to John Schweiterman, part of land In Marion township, $6500. . Sophia Hellkamp to Edward Heilkamp, part of land In Marion township, 6500. C. E. Griffith to Wm. Gruby, part of land in Montezuma, $1. Frank Dues to Wm. Gruby, lot 405, Ce lina, $1200. Wm. Hook to Willis Purdy, part of land in Dublin township, $8500. LeRoy Snavely to Albert Howick, pprt of land in Center township, $2700. Trustees of Mendon Cemetery to Wm. Fent lots 71 and 72, Mendon, $4,000. Catherine and Elizabeth Romer to H. Behrns, part of land In Granville town ship, $350. F. V. Short to Grace Behringer, lot 9, Godfrey Heights, Celina, $275. Eugene Heckler to John Kunkel, lot 307 Fetzer's addition, Coldwater, $175. Felix Metzcar to Mary Metzcar et al, part of land In Gibson township, $1. Alfred Sweigert to Jacob Kohlhorst, part of land In Franklin township, $1. Cecil Mowry to W. E. Johnston, part of lot one, Rockford, $1. Chas. Wiltsie to I. Raudabaugh, lots 31 and 323 an dpart of land in Franklin township, $1. Chas. Gibbons et al to Dan Stolz, part of land in Liberty township, $1. Alonzo Rolston to Ella Rolston, lot 24, Rockford, $1. Bernard Romer to Frank Reichart, part of land in Franklin township, $1400. We are surely having some snow at this writing. Joe Eylnk transacted business at Celi na, Tuesday. August Rentz, Ben Dorsten, John Dors, ten, John Lochtefeld and son were Celina business callers Tuesday. The D. T. & C. R. R. was delayed every day last week on account of high snow. Mrs, Jacob Heln and son, Xavier, were Celina visitors, Tuesday. John Hecht returned home from Green ville, Monday of last week. Anton Stelzer was a Celina vistor, Tues. day. Joe Winklejohn transacted business at Celina, Tuesday. Woman's rnend is a Large Trial Bjtlle of Sanol Prescription. Fine for black heads, Eczema and all rough nkin and clear complexion. A real skin Tonic. Get a 35c Trial Bot tle at the drug store, adv. Columbus, 0. (Special) -1 106,000.000 quota of United 1 ar Savings Bumps and Stamps, multiplied approximately 30 llnies, would equal the estimated in come of the pooplfl of this ute dur ing 1917. Per capita assessment of War Savings Stamps la fixed at $a. The Ohio War Savings commlUee has learned that the net Income of the people of this country last year wan estimated rt 168,600,000,000; of this, Onto, representing about one- twentieth of the population, bad In come of 13,430,000,000. Ease with which the people of Ohio should absorb the state's Quota of War Savings Stamps and TJrlft Stamps is urged by the Ohio War Savings committee In its appeal to all sections of the state. The com tnlttee refers to the fact that it will be easy for some and difficult for other to rmoet the Individual re quirements; all are expected to do as much aa possible toward putting Ohio "over the top" in this cam' paten. The 1917 Income of the United States was $19,400,000,000 more than ine previous year; indications are that the 1918 income will exceed that of last year. This being true, Ohio ans should find it relatively easy to reach and surpass the government's demands for purchase of War Sav ings Stamps and Thrift Stamps, the Ohio committee points out Wright's Meat Smoke Is really snioko condensed In water, nnd con tain all the flavor and preserving properties of smoko. It is cheaper than the old wuy because it can be applied in an hour whenever you can spare the time: It is safer, as there is no dan ger from tiro. It is better, si. ce you wt the fla vor of smoke and avoid henting your meat to a hif?h temperature for five or six days. Kindell's Drug Store GOURT Ml Ntedt of the nation for the pur pose! of tha war can not ba met un lets wr sava. and sava by going with out tha things that ara not abtoiutaly essential to tha efficiency and health of tha Individual. Put your savings in war savings Stamps. THRIFT-SPENDING AND f 8PEND-TH RIFTING. Ellis Parker Butler. Peter Patriot had a penny. Sammy Slacker had a cent. Peter put his penny In his pocket until he had twenty-five, and then he bought a Thrift Stamp. Thus Peter bad saved twenty five cents for himself; be had loaned twenty-live cents to t.e government; he had permitted the government to buy twenty live cents worth of goods or ser vices to win the war; he had helped business, himself, his country. He was Peter Patriot. Sammy Slacker spent his cent for some silly. Insignificant stuff sweets or something and saved nothing, did not help the government and was simply Selfish Sammy Slacker. Peter's purchase paves paths to permanent prosperity; Sam my's silly spending signifies sor row some day. Moral: Buy War Savings Stamps. HERE'S YOUR CHANCE Have you enlisted in the army of savers for your country and yourself? Buy Wa Savings Stamps. T IlusteroIe Works Easier, Quicker and Without the blister There's no sense in mixing a mess of mustard, flour and water when you can easily relieve pain, soreness or stiffness with a little clean, white Musterole. Musterole is made of pure oil of mus tard and other helpful ingredients, com bined in the form of the present white ointment. It takes the place of out-of-date mustard plasters, and will not blister. Musterole usually gives prompt relief from sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, head ache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or ioints. sDrains. 6ore muscles, bruises, chil blains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often prevents pneumonia). 30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50. Extravagance now costs blood, the blood of heroes. Economize accumu late War Savings Stamps and make the lot of soma soldier the happier thereby. Farmers Form Societies. Akron, O. (Special.) Three hun dred members of the Summit County Agricultural society meeting here agreed to push the sale of United States War Savings Stamps and Thrift Stamps by Individual pur chases. They pledged themselves to the formation of War Savings soci eties in their communities. Glove Company Gives Stamps. Coshocton, O. (Special.) C. B. McCoy, president of the Coshocton Glove company, has given a Thrift Card with four Thrift Stamps attach ed to every employe of the concern. "This Is only a little start," employes are advised, "but you can make it large by getting into the saving habit and buying Thrift Stamps frequently and steadily." mi Chester Whites and O. I. C. Bred Gilts and Sows f orSale To make room for my Spring crop of Pigs, I have for - sale eight or ten Spring Gilts, due to farrow in February. Prices ranging $35.00 each. Also a few aged Sows, due to farrow at same time, and others with. Pigs by their side. For further information call or write FRANK SCHWIETERMAN, Montezuma, O. !audabaugh & Thomas "INSURANCE AGENTS" FIRE I I Lightning, Wind Storm, and Plate Glass Insurance Live Stock Insured Against Death from Any Cau. Automobiles Insured Against Fire Anywhere, Subject to no As sessments. Will furnish Surety Bonds. Opposite Court House - . In order to secure a peace that will endure, It la absolutely essential that wa ahould realize that the only sure source In which wa can rely la what we save. Serve when you buy War Savings Stamps. ECONOMY IS A HIGH HUMAN OFFICE. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Ralph Waldo Emerson taught the meaning of economy in these remarkable words: "Economy is a high human office a sacrament when its aim Is grand, when It Is tha prudence of simple tastes, when it Is practiced for freedom or love of devotion." It is giv en the sacramental aspect when one becomes economical in or der to give his money to the gov ernment in war. Follow his pre cept and buy United States War Savings Stamps and Thrift Stamps and help win the victory for democracy. When you have the back ache the liver or kidneys are sure to be out of gear. Try Sanol it does wonders for the liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial 35c bottle of Sanol will convince you. Get It at the drug store, adv. DR W. fl. THOMPSON Wishes to announce that he has opened an office at his residence, 310 West Market street, for the general practlc of medicine and surgery. Of fice hours 1 to 3 p. m. and 6 to S m. Dav and nleht calls answered CELINA, OHIO promptly. Phone 118. r last Tho following bills were allowed Friday und are now payable: C. N. 11. It. dumiirrafe-o $16 00 iOmcrson I'rlce Co., supplies for court stunotrrapher 25 60 Wm. I'umphruy. sheriff's fees In J lurry Lucas case 14 60 J. K. Hurt, indexlnif. S pt. Oct. Nov 80 70 Henry Drpwuu, Insp. Depwcif pike. 6 00 Celina Democrat, court docket CO 00 8. I. Kvuns, asst. entr 12 00 Rockford Kluutrc Lltjht Co., 3 lilts light on river bridtre 9 60 Pay-In Orders January 9 13. O. Unjfuri'r, dog license collected 34 25 S. K. Copi'land, money returned on Pike 1 SO January 10 K. O. L'nRurer, dog Ice rue collected 27 00 January 11 W. J. Itolchurt, Justice peace fines collected 9 00 W. J. Kclchurt, error in fees collect 1 25 K G. L'ligerur, dog license collected 22 00 January 12 l. Van Worn, keep of Van Dorn children 10 00 January 14 O. rtuudabuuKh, marriage licenses issued from Jun. 1, 1017 to Feb. 9, 11)17.. 16 00 January 15 C. A. Stubbs, interest on Henry Ciaus 8 27 January 16 Andrew Kchunck, lard to Wm. Spiel er 16 18 Andrew Schunck, coal to L. Iteough- er 9 08 Andrew Scliun.sk, bd. and rare of Catherine Tobe, from Jno. Albers 41 23 B. O. Ungurer, dog licenses collected 2'J 25 PHILOTHEA Jos IluHchor returned home Saturday from a two weeks visit Willi bis parents and other relatives at F.lflngliam, 111. Kurnard Osterhoit and wife celebrated their tin wedding last Monday evening and a social good (lino was hud, relatives and nuiKlilttrs participating. On Monday, Jan. 1.4, Henry Steggemun and wfu reached their 50th anniversary of tlier wedding. In spite of the litter cold und snow, they made their way to church and in the afternoon. Relatives and nei ghbors gathered at their home and was entertained and partook of a sumptuous feast. The venerublu couple were married in the ol dchurch in i'lillotliea and lived here ever since. Their union was blessed with six cbldren, two of whom are living. Mr, and Mrs. Steggemun ure both enjoying good lieulth and their man friends wish ahem many more years of happiness together. HERE'S YOUR CHANCE Have you enlisted in tiie army of saver for your country und yourself? Buy War Savings Stamps. Cincinnati Daily Post and The Demo crat, both one year. $3.60. ' Headaches come mostly from disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. Regulate these organs and keep free from headaches by using BEECHAM'S PILLS Laraeat Sala of Any Medicisa in tha World. Sold rerywhere. In box. 10c 25c SOLID COMFORT It's easy with a Perfection Oil Heater because you keep winter out of doors. Can be carried any place where heat is needed. Safe, durable and economical as well. Rayoligfit Oil used in a Perfection Oil Heater assures you clean, smokeless heat instantly. At all dealers. THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Aa Ohio Corporation) Prices Perfection Oil Heater No. 525 ... $4.50 No. 530 ... 5.00 ' if- ik.iim Oli.UEATlTDS M li-iiiKiinii'iKiiiiiifKiiiiiiviiiiiiiniv. If - J, . M lllllllllllif ID I pi I iliMTJKi. ,a A minimi ftTrf. .YM III I - Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $75,000.00 The Best Protection Against Poverty and Old Age A steady, increasing bank account with the un dersigned. What could be more sensible? What is more sat isfying? NOW is a eood time to begin. To-morrow may bring heavier expenses or a smaller pay check. The Commercial Bank Co. CELINA, OHIO Satisfactory service our guarantee. SCUDDER We are still having plenty of xero wea ther. Quite a number of our people attended tho farmers' institute at Wabash. Mrs. Ilnly Klncaid Is Improving some at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Spinner called on Clelle Jenkins and family Wednejday afternoon. Hurley Boise is movig some of his farming tools to the Schroyer farm this week. Orange Jenkins and family of Celina, are upending a few days this week with Clelle Jenkls and family. John Davis and family aaslsted Coe VVII. son and wife at butchering, Monday. Dzra Iaflln buzzed wood, Satusday. Steve Wilson and family spent Sunday afterncon with Mrs. Dora Spinner. John Davis and family spent Sunday af ternoon with Clelle Jenkins and family. Steve Wilson and Clelle Jenkins are moving household goods to Celina for Irs. Dora Spinner this ween. When In need of such work, you will do very good In giving these boys your order. T. G. Brandon and wife, Al Slebert as sisted Steve Slebert at butchering, Friday. Public Sale The undersigned will sell at public auc. tlon at his residence on the new stone pike 6 miles northeast of Celina, one mile north-west of Neptune, 6 miles south of Mendon on the C. D. Moore farm on TUESDAY, FEB. 5, 1918 commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. the fol lowing personal property: FIVE HEAD HOItSES Consisting of one bay gelding 8 years old, weight 1400 Ids; one blacu. mare 13 years old, weight 1300 lbs., sound; one brown, mare 3 years old, weight 1100 lbs., sound and a good worker; one bay driving mare, 6 years old, will work anywhere; one dark bay driving colt, 2 years old. FIVE HEAD CATTLE Consisting Of one Jersey cow, 8 years old, will be fresh in April; one black cow lh Holsteln and '4 Jersey, 5 years old, will be fresh in April, .oth giving milk, and are extra good ones; one Holstein heifer, 2 years old will be fresh in March, a beauty, and two spring calves 8 and 9 months old. HOGS Three shoats, weighing about 60 lbs each. Also two bronze turkey hens and one red gobbler. FARM IMPLEMENTS Consisting of 1 Johnston binder, 1 champion mower, 1 I, and O. corn planter, 1 Emerson hay loader, new, 1 John Deere riding break ing plow, foot lift good as new, 1 walk ing breaking plow, 1 disc harrow, 1 spike tooth harrow, 1 spring tooth harrow, 2 riding cultivators, 1 farm wagon, 1 flat Tx.ttom hay rigging, 1 stone bed, 1 corn sled, one seed sower, 1 double set work harness and other articles not mentioned. Also 1 DeLaval cream separator used 8 months and 1 five gallon churn, good as new. TEEMS OF SALE All sums of $5 and under cash; over this amount a credit of 9 months will be given purchaser, giving bankable note. BEN CONNER. P. C. KNOX, Auctioneer. Why Limp About? You Won't If You Take Rheumatic Relief Any eminent physician will tell yoa that uric acid being- present in the joints and muscles ia the cause of rheumatism. By experiments within Mercer County we have perfected a purely vegetable compound which dissolves the nric acid from the system, and in this way the pain and swelling subside. If yon are sufferer with Rhumatic troubles, get a bottle of Rheumatic Relief and be relieved from the pains and ills brought on by uric acid. A short trial will convince you. By using this reme dy you take no dangerous coal-tar chem icals, which is the cause of many cancer troubles. , Baker's Drug Store THE CELINA MARKET Tha following er ina quotations lor iain. livestock, poultry and pioduoa In the Celina markets yesterday avvoins; GRAIN (Furnished by Palmer & Miller) Wheat, per bushel II M Corn, per hundred pounds t M Oats, per bushel 79 Itye, per bushel 1 65 HAY (Furnished by L. G. McMlllenj Timothy 23 69 Mixed 22 0 Clover 22 M LIVE (Furnished by Frank Fischer Hgs 12 00 IS 71 Cattle C 00 IS Veal Calves : I 00012 SO PROOUCk: (Furnished by Laudann A Msaarvar) Butter 400 Lard, per pound Ke Eggs, per dozen 54c Potatoes, per bushel fl IS Loans on Real Estate We have an unlimited amount of Money to loan on Real Estate. We make you a loan for 20 years, which you have the privilege of paying off at any time. You can pay it off the next day after you make the loan if you see fit. Any amount you pay in advance is discounted to you, thereby saving a great deal of interest which you are compelled to pay in any other company or agency. Our company is the only one that will make yoa a loan, so that if you have a failure of crops you will have nothing to pay. Yon pay no com mission at any time when yoa make a loan with us. if you have a loan in some other company, or if you are buying a farm you had better take a 20-year loan with us before the rate of interest goes up, which is sure to come very soon. The Wagner Loan Company J. C. Bowser, Agent Public Sale The undersigned will offer for sale at public auction, on the Jerry Allen farm, 1 1-2 mile west of Mendon, on the Mer cer pike, and 2 1-2 miles northeast of Mercer, on TUESDAY, Feb. 12, 1918, commencing at 10 a.m., the following personal property: HORSES Six head of horses and colts. CATTLE Thirteen head, consisting ot cows, young C3ttle and 1 red Short horn bull. HOGS Twenty head, consisting of 2 Do "! yet up at night? Sanol la surely the btbi for all kidney or blad der troubles. Sanol gives relief in 24 hours from all backache and blad der trouble. Sanol Is a guaranteed remedy. 35c and $1.00 a bottle at the drug store a1 Cincinnati Daily Post and The crat. both one year, 13.50. 17 head shoats, weighing; 15 pounds, and 1 O.I.C. I. O. O. Temple, CELINA, OHIO W. O.BORMAN H. M. HARE BORMAN 6c HAJRE Insurance-Real Estate Farm and City Loans We Abstract Titles Office Phone 68 Richardson Building, CELINA, OHIO brood sows, from 100 to male hog. SHEEP Eight head Shropshire Ewes good breeders. Also 250 bushels corn in the crib and corn in the shock in the field Also Farm Implements. Terms of Sale Sums of 55 and under cash; ver this amount a credit of nine month will be given, purchaser giving a bankable note. 4 per cent off for cash. JERRY M. ALLEN E. E. Bevington, Auctioneer. W. H. Murlin, Clerk. Lunch stand on ground. Farms and Town Property for Sale 80 acres, 3 miles from Celina, on Men don pike. 160 acres, i miles from Celina, 1-2 mile north of Center church, on new stone pike; pike paid out. . 2 houses and lot, one house modern in every way; northeast corner Cherry and Fulton sts., Celina, O. If interested, phone or write J. W. RAUDABAUGH, Mendon, O., R.D. 1. Mutual Phone. 41 -6t Sheep for Sale 19 Ewes and 1 Buck: will sell as a whole bunch or part. WM. ROBBINS, Mercer, O. Rockford phone. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOX RAW furs: Fare Bought aa Caught GEO. F. HAHN 1 1 S W. Fayette St. Phone S4T Writ for Price Lists and Shipping Tata Farm for Sale The 91-acre farm for sale; known aa the J. P. C. Stachler farm, located 3 miles south of Celina, Ohio, one-half mile from the cement reservoir road. Good well, drained land, plenty water, 2-story, 8-room frame house, with cellar; convenient barn and outbuildings on -the place. For particulars write to HENRY STACHLER. R.D. No. 1, Burkettsvflle, Ohio; or see him at Cranberry Prairie, Ohio. 33-tf CHATTEL LOANS Money to Loan on Horaa, Cattla. 1 Farm Implements and Growing Croata at a low rata. Tou can pay back at any tlraa and stop Interest. Bualneaa strlctl' com- ' fldentUl. Kor particular ca.II The Celina Mortgage Loan Co. Wyckofr Block Main anrt Mrtt ftta. r.SM IN n Cincinnati Dally Post and Tha crat, both on year, IS.M.