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Tint CELINA DEMOCRAT
Four most valuable possessions Could probably be placed together in your inside coat pocket. So you see there is plenty of room for them all in one of our safe.deposit boxes. For $1 a year you can keep them where they will never find their way into some body else's inside coat pocket. The First National Bank of Celina "The Home for Savings." 51 ROSA August and Clara Portkamp of Phi lotbea, visited relative! here lint week. Ed J. Hartings, our blacksmith at the station, has entered the military service, going with the Mercer county contin gent last Saturday for Camp Zachary Taylor, near Louisville, Ky. Mis black smith shop is closed now. A number of people from St. Rosa were in Celina Saturduy to see the soldier boys depart. Frank Rutschilling and wife, of Maria Stein, visited the latter' parents here last Mommy. H. H. Leugers attended the conven tion of the Cincinnati Grand Comman dery, Knights of St. John, at Ottawa, May 26 and 27, as a delegate from Com mandery No. 313. Fulton to Run Again. Columbus, May 28. Secretary of State Pulton officially became a can didate for a second term nomination He filed wltk himself as state super visor of elscUois als petition for re nomination for secretary of state. He paid the state a fllin fse of 25. Murder ana an Arrest. weiutoa, O.. Kay 17. William coffmaa. ef DaTlsrllle, ose of the 8 selects schedule to go from this county to Camp Sherman, is In Jail In Jackson In connection with the killing of John Turvey, 26, a police man or coiiton. MERGER Of EXPRESS COMPANIES CREATED Miami's Class. OxfcJI. 0.. May 29 The seventy, eighth annual commencement of Ml ami university took place In the audi torlum One hundred dnd seventy- wu young men ana women were graduated from the various depart ments. Revolver Was Loaded. Marlon. 0., May 27. Eleven-year-old Dale Flanlgan Is in a critical con dition us a rasult of being shot in the right temple by a playmate, who did uot know the 22-caliber revolver with which he was playing loaded. was Cleveland War Cheat. Cleveland, May 29. Cleveland has oversubscribed the victory chest in the eight-day campaign Just ended by 5,ooe ,goo. The Cleveland war council asked tf.OOO.OOO for the victory chest. u was given about 811.000,000. Haw Private Corporation Has $30,000,000 Capital. Scarlet Fever Carries Off Four. Marietta, O., May 29. Four chil dren of the family of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Holdtn, near here, have died within the past eight days of scarlet fever. Two others are critically 111 with the same disease. CHURCHES OF GOD IF. H. Snavely, pastor. Fairvlew Flag service at 2:30 p.m.; Christian vnueavor, a p.m. Tabor Junior C.E p.m. Pleasant 3 p.m.; Senior C.E. at 8 View Preaching service at 10 a.m.; Christian .endeavor at a p.m. - Mt. Carmel Christian Endeavor,7:30 p.m.; preach ing service, 8:30 p.m. Sunday-school all places at 9:30 a.m. Our Government asks us to preserve Eggs NOW. This is the time to get busy. Early June is the best time to preserve them. Bring your own bottle. A pint will preserve 6 dozen eggs. Baker's Drug Store Washington, May 29. One union express company for the United States was created by agreement be tween Director General McAdoo and the Adams, American, Wells-Fargo and Southern companies, whose transportation business will be merged under a new private corpora tion with capital of more than $30, OOn.oco, to be known probably as the federal express company. George C. Taylor, new president of the Ameri can, will be the head of the new con cern. After July 1, when the combination becomes effective, shippers will di rect shipments "by express" without resard to company, and soon there after the Individual names of the separate companies will begin to dis appear from wagon, stations and cars. The company will be the ex press carrying agency of the rail- roads, operating privately, but under contract to turn over 50Vi per cent of their gross revenues more than 1200,000,000 last year to the roads for transportation privileges. Three smaller railroad-owned companies, the Western, Great Northern and Northern, may Join the combination later. Mere than 100,000 employes of the four companies are to be retained under the new corporation, and their wages will be raised la many cases. COUNT PLUNKETT Sinn Fein Member of Parliament Under Arrest. a mC::: i'm rU::,-.- A II O ' 'rt 14 V J-i Three Killed at Crossing. Dayton, O., May 27. Orvllle Wripht. 40, farmer, and two children, Dorothy, 9, and Robert, 7, were in stantly killed when their automobile was struck by a Pennsylvania train, about six miles east of Xenia. They v.o- returniug from a ride to Cedar vil!e. Shot by Three' Men. Warren, O., May 28. Dan Datis, a foreman at the Trumfcufl steel mill was shot by three man here and probably will die. Police believe man whom Datis discharged because he failed to contribute to a war re lief fund hired three men to do the shooting. WANT HIGHER PRICES Ohio Wool Growers Ask War Indus tries Board For a Hearing. Columbus, May 27. Declaring that the price set on fleece wool by the war industries board i too low foi Ohio producers, action was taken by wool growers assembled here to. ask the board for a hearing on simplify ing selling conditions. Growers com plain because buyers must have per mits from the government and tbe product must be sent to one of nine distributing oenters and inspected before Its grade la determined and the price fixed. They want permission to consummate sales and let the wool be graded and Inspected after It Is in the buyer's hands. The nearest dis trlbuting center is Wheeling. There are none In Ohio. The price of 70 cents a pound for "wool In grease, as the grower sells It, was the figure prevailing July 30, 1917, which the war board has arbitrarily set for this season's crop. him --j HAPPY!,Q A man is not hap py all over until his feet agree to vote In the affirmative. WHEN a man's disposition wears the happy smile that won't come off you can fee) pretty sure that his feet are comfortable and that his pocket-book was not un duly taxed at the shoe store where he purchased his stylish footgear. The chances are that he bought them here. Hellwartfi The Celina Shoe Man Ott Building PUT SANDLES TO SPEAK AT PICNIC The second annual all-day picnic and field day of the Mercer county Granites will be held at Kraatus, June 8, opening at w a.m. witu music by the Neptune band. There will be many interesting field contests standing jump, running jnmp, uop-step-and-jump, high lump, pole vault, 300-yard dash, 3-legged race. shot put, ladies' long throw, tug-of-war (juveniles). Contests confined to Grange iiiemoers. 1 earns of two contest in each event from each Grange; six points given in eacn event; one judge from each Grange. Three for winners, two for seconds and one for thirds. 12 noon Dinner. 1 p.m. Band music, followed by sing ing "America." 1:30 p.m. Address.Hon. A. P.Snndlrs. 2:15 p m. base ball game, Montezu ma vs. Unity. The Grangers of Mercer county are urged to be present, and the public in cordially invited to spend the day with us. Frank Coath. Master of Ceremonies the Republican nomination for lieu tenant governor. ! THE MARKETS Woman's friend Is a Large Trial Battle of Sanol Prescription. Fine for black heads, Eczema and all rough skin and clear complexion. A real skin Tonic. Get a 35c Trial Bot tie at the drug store, adv. 40,000 Selecte at Camp Sherman. Chillicothe, O., May 29. According to rumors about Camp Sherman, 43,- 000 selects will be in training here by July 15. Major Ira A. Smith, chief of staff, although not confirming: the report from Louisville that the Eighty-fourth division, exclusive of th artillery regiments, would be moved to Camp Sherman, did not deny the report It Is believed that at leasr 25,000 men of the Eighty-fourth will be transferred to this camp If the reported change is mad For Season 1918 of I will say to all lovers of good horses that I have added to my Imported Bel gian a black Percherou stallion, 4 years oia, mat nas proven to be one of the best breeders in this section of the country. Martin No. 0332 (65338) Martin weighs 2250 pounds. lie is in fine breeding shape and will produce the mnu or cons mat are always on demand in me markets. IrhnnNo. 105743 My new addition, is a jet black Perchero, years oio, sire and dam both imported and weighs about 1900 lbs; a good indi vidaal and a first-class breeder. Terms and Conditions MARTIN $18 to Insure colt to stand and suck. IRHUN $ 15 to insure colt to stand and suck. Parties parting with mares before they are Known to oe in loal lorlelt the insur ance. Care will be taken to prevent ac cidents, but will not be responsible if any occurs. These horses are first-class breeders. Horsemen are invited to come and inspect them. Will Make Season at Homo Only It pays to breed to the best, and all roads lead to my barn, 3 miles west of Celina, State Line pike. One-half mile south of County Infirmary. Ma SBarger, Celina, 0. Money to Loan FARM LOANS at liwest rate of inter estMortgage written for 5 years with Privilege of Renewal at expiration. KKMEMBEE-We DO NOT write a 20 year Mortgage, and ask you to sign a Note, with the interest for the entire 20 years added to note when loan is made, as some Agencys do, who advertise 20- year Loans. Our Mortgage and Note is for the exact amount borrowed, and each contain the written privilege of PAYING ANY SUM AT ANY TIME AND STOPPING INTER EST. The mortgage records of the county will prove the above statements true. Ed L. Bryson Klous In Race. Columbus, May 2S. U R. Kious, Mt. Sterling, state representative from Madison county, filed with the secretary of state his candidacy for East Buffalo. N. V., May 29. Cattle Prime steers, 17i?n7 85; butch r stews. H12iaifi 75: he'fers, tlfl&M-tf cows, M 60(8)13 CO; bulls, J7 f0f13; calves. Hons Heavies, I7 .5017 J5: mixsd. 117 40(17 50; Yorkers, t!7 50. light York era and pigs, 17 TOfi 17 75; roughs, fit 25 15 50; stugs. $11612. Sheep and Lambs Tenrllnrs. 11 Ja io s; wemers, juoiii so: ewes, idfflis 60 mixed sheep, $13 r0?14; lambs, tn&n 75. Receipts cattle, 125- hog. 3.500: sheen ana mmos, i,.un; calves. 6'jg. Chicago, May . Cottle Nattv beef steers. $10 $0:9 17 10; stoekers and feeders. $t 250T12 tiB: cows and heifers, $7 2514 $0; calves, it '14 75. Hops T,!rht. $1$ (SOlfrU M: nilied. $16 S5ifM6 90: heavy. $1B I0W16 5: rnugns, io ooie su; rigs, 114 r0fll7. Sheep and I-an.bs Sheep. $I01S IS: lambs, $13 o0!0. Receipts Cattle. 11.000: hors. 23.0S shet'P and lambs, 12.000. ClevslanJ. O., May St. fattls Choice fat teer. luoiit: butcher steers, !10 50iffl2 50; heifers 111 50 12 50; bulls, $11 S012 50- cos. $5 75g9 50: calves $14J1F Hogg Workers. J17 40- lieavles and m. di.ims, $17 2.i; pigs, $17 40; roughs. $15 50; ?tni'S $12 50. Shetp and I.amba ShetD. $6!fiila: lambs, 11??18. Receipts Cattle, 160; hogs, 1,000; sheep nd Iambs, 600: calves. 200 Pittiburflli, Pa May 29 Cattle Stters, fl717 56: heifer- ill M4 50; cows, $K4il2 10: ton rulv. 15 5. Hots Heavy, )7717 50; heavy York ers. Iirht Yorkers and pigs. $17 60tf?17 S5. Sheep and Lambs Top sheep. $14 25; top lambs, $17. Receipts Hcgs. 4,000; shef p and lambs. 1.000; calves, HOC. Cincinnati, O., May 29 Cattle Steers. $8 50ff-J17: heifers, $7 60 ft 14; cows, $ 75? 12; calves $7:4 75. Hnss Packers nd butchers. $1$ 7515 1C ?5; common to choice, J10jJ14 7R; and llchts. $1617; stags, $10?tl2. ' Sheep . and Lambs Sheep, $IJ Iambs, $!2?16 50. Receipts Cattle, M0; hogs 2S.00: ahn and lambs, 100. Baltimore, Md May 2. Hutter Fancy creamery. 45(S4:c: nhin rolls. 3031c; store packed. 30fr31n Kggs Nearby and western firsts, $8e. Poultry Chickens: Large, smooth nn.i fat, 35(fi'40c; winter (under 2 lbs). 4A EOc; old hens, 30c; old roosters. 20o Boston, May 29. Wcol Ohio and Pnnsylvanla fleeces? Delaine washed, S8f(90c: one-half blon,l omh:ng, 78g7!e: tAree-eightha blood milling, 757eo: delaine unwashed. H 1 75c. Toledo, C. May 29. Wheat, not quoted: cc.rn. $1 55; oats, 6:.4f76',ic; clover seed, $1 25. Girls Wanted Two white girls for housework; sisters or triends preferred; four in family Give reference when applying. Mrs John C. Wickham, 253 Douglas avenu npringtield, U. On and after July 1. 1918. The Demo crat ana Cincinnati Daily Tost, both one year, win ue vs.uu. Passing of Evan Williams. Akron, O., May 26. H. Evan Wil liams, popular tenor, died at the Ak ron city hospital, after an illness one week. Death was dus to blood poisoning. Two sons are In the army. Mr. Williams was born at Mirferal Rldgs, O., on Sept 7, 1867. At an early ait as entered the mints as breaker boy and bad grown to man hood befort even he himself recog nized the full possibilities of his won derful natural tenor voice. Man Killed; Woman Held. Canton, O., May 25. After a pr llmlnary hearing Ida Prince, 10, was lodged in Jail to await action by grand jury on a charge of first de gree murder. Her alleged victim was Charles Thompson, horse dealer of Masslllon, who died !n a local hos pital. Tha woman and Thompson were camping at a point three mile south of this city. HERE'S YOUR CHANCE Have you enlisted in the army of savers for your country and yourself? Buy Wa Savings Stamps. Big rete says he sold 10S7 pair of shoes, socks and gloves last Saturday. Big Pete says he just received another shipment of Army Shoes. Use only one-half as much as of any oflicr axle grease, . . .if' 1 mmmmmmmmmmumit 1 niiii' iiaStaaUisttdagtwnn .11 $18 DOWN, $5 a MONTH For a fine little farm of your own. I U acres, dUU. Poultry, fruit, truck make money, micnigin i DMt county. Ncartowni, schooli and churchet. Alto larsar tract!. Full in- I formation free. I SWIG ART, (G1261, 38 S. Dear- born St., Chicago, 111. GrRE&SE SHERIFF'S SALE Frank Andrews, Plaintiff, vs. J. W. Klncald et al., Defendants. Meroer Common Pleas Order of Bale No. I oi, rage wtno, Docket 44. I By virtue of an order nf bhIh tn ma hi,-aa.. I ed by tbe Ulei k of Court of Common Pleaa I of Mercer oounty. Ohio, I will offer for sale to tha btgheat bidder, at the east door of I ill. GOUrthniian. Ill IIAllnA U.r..r nnnnl. uilllli UJ1 Wednesday, Jane 12, A.D. 1018, at 1 o'clock p.m. on said day, the following dascrlbsd real estate, to-wit: Situated tn lueuouniy or Mercar, and Stats of Ohio, io-wit; id me viiiHgeo' oeiina, oiiio.and hell)? Lot NumberHlxii-twn (SKI. In Krnnk. side Addition to the Incorporated Village toOellna. Ohio, si sbovi n Mon ths reoorded Dlatofsnld addition. Hnld lot Mn on th souio iae 01 nyenmore street, running east nod west, with a stucco bouse situated and locaiea mereon. ' Appraised at 1400.00. Terms (lb. WILLIAM PUMPHREY, Sheriff. Frank V. Short. Attorney. m "A C,Ya I t i ICA M Eases Hauling Slrz'n Don't waste horsepower ri:H ing up against rust, frict'on or hot axles when a Jittle Mica Axle Grease smoothes the spindle, lessens friction and keeps' the axles cool. Spare your horses. Use Mica Axle Grease to ease the hauling strain. Isn't the best well worth a test? sold in 1 and 3 pound tins; 10, IS and 25 pound galvanized iron pails. Sold everywhere by reliable dealers. The Standard Oil Company (An Ohio Corporation) . 17AQTED Coal is scarce. Gas is low he wood -cutters are in France or going soon. Fuel situation worst in history. Remember last winter. Fuel experts ssy that next winter will be worse. INCOLN Oil Burners are suc cessfully used in ranges, cook stoves, heating stoves and furnaces, &c. Every home a prospect. Sells on sight. We are manufacturers. We need distributors. Territory is going fast. Act at once. Se cure the exclusive agency for your coun ty before some other "live wire" gets it. Surest way, come to Fremont at once. The Lincoln Stove Co. Fremont, Ohio LAND! LAND Clorer, potatoei, rye. beani, whaat. oati. alfalfa nd fruit are grown on our hardwood lnrii and r bis money makeri. Gat in whila thii lnd ii rh.n and pricai for ita product! are high. 10, 20, 40, 60 13 10 Gregoire 73024 Is a black Percheron Stall ion 17 hands hieh and weichs 2100 lbs. Gregoire has a good color, bone and feet, and has a fine disposition. He has proven to be a sure breeder, and gets colts with size, action and style, with good, clean limbs. T - mi Spanish Jack Royal Dave Royal Dave is a fine Jack with plenty of bone, style and action, and is prompt performer. Will make the season of 1918 at the barn of Frank Coate, 2 1-4 miles north of Cold water, O., and 3 miles west and 2 miles south of Celina. Terms 912.80 to insure colt to stand and suck. No accidents assumed. ROYAL MULE CO. Frank Coate, Keeper. Capital, !50,0D0.G0 Surplus and Profits, $100,000.00 Have you ever had to pay a bill twice? Have you ever had any difficulty in mak ing change? Have you ever lost any money? Have you ever been annoyed by not beintf given a receipt? A check account does away with all such annoyances and inconveniences. Easy to use safe sensible satisfactory. The Commercial Bank Co. The Bank for Savings CELINA, OHIO COMMISSIONERS The board at their session last Fridav set June 19, at 10 a.m., as the time for the sale of the work of improving Adams jjucu, cto. oo. ine assessments on this ditch aud its branches were armor tioned as follows: Acres Aai'tnt John Menchofler 160 $24 George Reuter 48 riarntt Acatus 40 200 J. McAiee 20 10 . ami C. Adams 40 30 win. Curry 43 5 Nathan Grier 25 30 Geo. Reuter 50 400 Andrew Born 80 280 Chas. Wenker 80 IS Washington township 25 Mercer county 40 Andrew Born. .. . 80 70 Andrew Wenker 80 44 Geo. Reuter 50 24 Nathan Grier 25 45 50 25 45 80 Win, Curry Geo. Reuter . . . Nathan Grier. . Wm. Curry . . . Andrew Born . Geo. Reuter 50 Andrew Born 80 The following bills were allowed last Friday and are now payable Union Handle Co., stakes $1 15 W. H. Stanage Co., warrants 87 50 T. B. Fisher, delivering ditch no tices 5 00 F. A. Snyder, assessor blanks. .. . 81 05 Ohio Corrugated Culvert Co., cul vert pipe 180 80 H.&D., freight on coal 91 58 Barrett Bros., budgets 2 60 H. L,. Hight, catch basins 25 00 G. Ungerer, stamps 5 00 S. Black, receiver tops 8 00 II. Iv. Hight, extra concrete on ditch 23 50 Center township Trustees, tile. ... 8 73 rienas Rescue Home, care Ethel Gray 10 00 The bill of H. F. Hight for four extra catch basins for Gardner ditch was re jected. Am Pike Directors As pike directors the board allowed tbe following bills: Columbus Frysinger, pike repairs. 67 25 W. Burde, tile 4 20 B. Brunswick, pike repairs.... 12 20 Ben Hartke, pike repairs 105 20 Galion Iron Works, sewer pipe and 0 grader blades 88 00 Wm. Sudhoff, pike supt 47 80 Lewisburg Stone Co., crushed stone 84 99 F. Lutz, pike supt 11 50 W. Forney, receivers and tile. . 20 00 TDE E1ALTESE JACK Perfection . J T. - I.. i..i-fin"iir.!j visfS.i,. ii)j r Red Cross Benefit June 1st is the dat" of the first of a series of social affairs to be given this turner by the Franklin township Red Cross. There will be good music by the Montezuma band, ice-cream, strawber ries and cream, and other things you cannot afford to miss. The time is. Sat urday, Jijpe 1st; place, Montezuran band stand. Cincinnati Daily Post and The Demo crat, both one year, J J. SO. When you bare the back ache the liwr or kidneys are sure to be out of gear. Try Sanol It does wonders for the liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial 85c bottle of Sanol will convince you. Get It at tha drus store, adr SALE Of BRIDGE WORK. The Oommlaalonera nf M.rr.r rnnnii Ohio, will receive sealed bids, at th. Audi tor a oiuce. in Mercer Uounty. Ohio, np until one (1) o'clock n.m.. TRITRaniv Juim 8. mm, forth furnlahlng of all labor and material or the construction of tbe following brlditea: Fleeuor Concrete Bridge. Houghr Concrete Bridge. Klnkley Concrete Bridge. w ica uoncreie Bridge. Gerlaeh Ooncrate Bridge. Hill Bridge Abutttnent. Hurleaa Bridge A ointment. Harb Bridge Ahuttmant. Harb Mi-foot span Steel Bridge, numnilna Concrete Bridge. Plana and aoecincBtlona for tha ahnn brldgaa will be on die at the Auditor's nfflco and at the County Surveyor's office on and after May Sx. A forfeit of K5.no will be reanlred with each bid. Bidding blanks nn b. ohuiimil at the Hurveyor'a office. frnnosnia mutt be sealed and addressed to the Board of County Oommiaalonora. Mercer County, Ohio, and alao to contain he name of tb bidder, and the name of be bridge for which bid. R. B MORRISON. County Surveyor. K.O. UNGERER. County Auditor. IN REUJYGIRCLES Farm Transfers Amos Ulmer to Ben Post, part of land in Union township f 11200 uouaiu Rumrr 10 r. j. Keichart part of land in Granville ' 10750 Frank Reichart to Albert Romer, part of land in Franklin 1 M. J. Wallet to Maud Alt, part of land in Gibson 9000 Adam Alt to Ralph J. Gates, part of land in Liberty 6700 Town Lots J. B. Hemmelgarn to Berths Rhoades, Lot 41. Burkettaviiu inn John Carl in to Perry Bowaer, Lot , Drouinmaaa., Celins 1J00 Albert Romer to F. I. Reichart Lot 263, Coldwater nno H. E. Murlin to F. Stedcke' Li 20, Schunck add.. Celina 2400 Do yon Kec up at nlrtt? Sanol la surely the best for all kidney er blee der troubles. Sanol fives relief ks 24 hours from all backache an blee der trouble. Sanol Is a anarsateed remedy. 35c and $1.10 a settle at th drr store, a v. LEGAL NOTICE Lorln C. Springer, plaintiff vs. Rant us Lee et a, defendants. Each and all of the following named, described and debated defendants whose place of residence is unknown to tne plaintiff, and cannot nwinnahii, k ... certalncd. to-wit: Raatus Lee. and If b be dtad, the unknown heirs of Raatua Lee. deceased. Mm Rati t. t of Ra.stua Lec. deceased. Elijah Camp, and if he be dead, the unknown heirs of Lhjah Camp, deceased. Ellon Lee, and if he be dead, the unknown heirs of Ellon Lee. deceased. Mrs Prnnrft, Rub.. 1 ow of Krances Baker, deceased. Mrs. Ed ward H. Barnes, widow of Edward H Barnes, deceased. Zlna. Hend rarn avlA. ower of Orlt Eliza Henderson. decaad. rtenry wooimer, and if he be dead, the unknown heirs of Henrv Woolihr A- ceased. Mrs. Henry Wool I be r, widow of Henry Wooliber, deceased. J. P. Harris Philemon J. Harris. John H. Chambaurh' Peter Davis, and if he be dead, tbe un known heirs of Peter Davis, deceased. Dan Struble. and the unknown h(r n Dan Struble, deceased. Jacob Franks, lr The unknown heira of Jacob FYanka Mrs. Jacob Franks, Jr. Jacob Snyder. The uim.-iuwn neirg 01 jacoo Snyder, deceased. Mrs. Jacob Snyder, whom Chriatlun nam is unknown. The unknown surviving spouse, the unknown surviving divorced pome, the unknown heirs, devis ees, legatees, receivers, assignees, credit, ors, executors, administrators, children, descendants, beneficiaries, and success ors in interest of each and all and every one of the above named and designated persons. wiU take notice, that on th ath day of May, 1918, Lorln C. Springer, filed his petition n the Court of Common Pleas of Mercer County. Ohio, in case No. Kit against them and each of them, setting forth that he Is the owner and in the pos session of the following descrbed real es tate, situated in the county of Mercer and State of Ohio to-wit: The east half of section six. town Ova south, range two east, in Hopewell town ship, in said county. Also the west half and the south-east quarter of the aoutn east quarter of section thirty-one, town four south, range two east. In Dublin township, in said county. That the defendants, and each of them. above named, designated and described, claim some estate and in interest, and lien on said real estate or parts thereof, wheh is adverse to the plaintiff's title; that said defendants and each of them have no estate or interest therein: that such claims and pretended liens are whol ly unrounded, and cast a cloud upon the plaintiff's title to said real estate. The prayer of said petition Is that the defendants, and each of tbem. may be compelled to show their estate or interest in said land or any part thereof: that the same may be adjudged null and void, and that plaintiff's titie to said real estate may be quieted, as against said defend ants and each of them, and that they and each of them be forever barred from as serting any estate or lien upon said real estate, or any part thereof, and ail proper equitable relief. Said defendants, and each of them, are required to answer said petition on or nei'ore the 13th day of July, 1918, or a dei ree will be taken against them. LORIN C. SPRINGER. John W. Loree. Attorney for Plaintiff. i-tt WriiWafcii-iJ or SO acret for ..1.. IU I t A.M.. . am . s, 1 vjicgunc win ue at an times at our Darn, c i-t nniea et nt oniw hi,ri, l amount now, a littlaeach month and te how quick- m'le wst of Auglaize county line, and 2 miles southeast of Neptune, on whatis lr you will ba a farmer on a farm of your own. 1 known as the Chas. Adam farm. Near food markets, choolt. churchai. Michin I m. m . ; ... . . .1 Lr.ii-.i .i . 1 vi iu inaare a iivini. con. rartira nmvinii nr nartm. uiih m.rM 40,000 acres to chooaa from. Write for big free before foaling will forfeit the insurance. Care will be taken to prevent accidents KrvnL lsae l-anasBv-.-.-,lL. I.. a. til . i. I I tl t . . -.want . 1 si a i( is uuwmiE. uui win nm ii iifin rpsnnvs n f u o n iimnid AAnne SWIGART LAND CO. ' ' G1261 First National Bank Bldir. Chi- U lis LE&IUNYON & SON. OwtlPK nnrl fr.Ani cago, 111. I CEUNA.O. RJD.No.A No. 12895 Registered in the Standard Jack and Jen net Register ot America, loaled lu-ly 14, 1914; 16 hands high, standard weight 1200 lbs. Bred by W. G. Vaughn, of Stoutaville, Mo. Perfection is one of the very highest class Jacks in America, and guaranteed to produce Mules with as much size and class as any Jack anywhere. Will make the season of 1918 at the Jake Hines Barn, near Reservoir Hotel, Celina, O. $20 to insure colt to stand and suck. All persons breeding mares ana selling them will be held responsi- oie lor tne insurance. H. C. PIERSTORFF, Owner and Keeper. Remedy for Chicken Cholera and White Scours in Chicks Use It and Save from 80 to 90 per cent of your . Chickens PREPARED BV Dr. F. C. Meckstroth St. MarystOhlo FOR SALE AT Baker's Dru2$terefCel.na Price, SOc CHATTEL LOANS lioaey to Laaa Hot a. Catti. Farm Implements and Grawlag Csaos at a low rata Toil can pay back at any Has aac stop Interest. Business strielir sa dden t-aJ- For partlcuJara aaJJ The Celina f,!crtga8 Lc:n Co. Wyaksff Black Main en Marin Sta, OKLINA. O. PILES VISTULA AND ALL DISEASES OF THE RECTUM Dr . Ntf-MlM tDHiaM b ftttmrnkm m4 mm publw thu taa mtkm m apaeteHy r Uitm 4m$mm and haa had iO jwmn imaian upaiimn. f mmkm nd no ttetontioQ frw ttmlimi. Hit jar. fs.mw. Blood ud Skin Piaeaaaa nd IMmmm mt imam. UTK W MMrl Ol RRCTAJb MUlin (VMS l Ad 4donMnl9alyftMMiiuML telW4tba U DR. J. J. McCLELLAN Sl COLUk'BUS, 0. Cincinnati Dally Poet an The crat. both one year. tt-M.