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Till!) CELCf A DEMOCRAT
Now, Come Across ! Over in France our boys are facing a storm of death-dealing missiles and making the SUPREME sacrifice that YOU may enjoy safety and avoid the fate of Belgium's people. Here in Ohio our boys and girls are working like beavers to sell you War Savings Stamps that raise the money to supply the boys in France perhaps your own boys at that. This is the situation. Right now, from among your own neighbors, boys in France are offering their lives ; right now, among your own neighbors boys and girls too young to fight are doing yeoman service to help those who are fighting. An army of soldiers abroad; an army of School Sammies here backing them up. What Does It Mean to You? Simply this: Everyman abroad is there in your interest, protecting your life, your property, your honor, your country. Every School Sammy in Ohio is doing what YOU yourself should do with all your might-1-help the men who are fighting for you. If you should not meet any of the School Sammies come into this bank and get yourWar Savings Stamp you can get it this month at $4.18. Uncle Sam will give you $5.00 for it in 1923. The First National Bank of Celina "The Home for Savings." MONTEZUMA Mrs. Ira Felver and children, Mrs. Lizzie Beougher and children, Mrs. Win. Heavlin and daughter spent last week with their parents, Win. Roush and wife. Z. T. Long spent Sunday at home. Grandma Cochran is slowly improving- Marion Ileavlin, of Dunkirk, Ind., spent Sunday here fishing. Mrs. Ira Felver called on Mrs. Z. T. Long Friday. Mrs.Wm. Heavlin called on Mesdanies Z. T. and A.C. Long Saturday afternoon. B. G. Cook received word Sunday morning that his mother has passed away. She was buried Wednesday after noon. George Lutterback and family, of New Knoxville, spent Sunday with B. G. Cook and family. Mrs. Margaret Smith, of Portland, Ind., is spending a few days here with her mother. C. W. Becker, wife and baby Donald, of Cold water, spent Saturday and Sun day with W. A. Lacy. Miss Fae Servis is confined to her home with the measles. Orville Monroe and wife of Celina, Albert Frank and family and Win. Geh ron and wife were the Sunday guests of Evert Frank and family. Mrs. Charles Gehron and children spent a few days last week with her par ents at Bradford. Mae Ballinger of Celina spent Sunday and Monday here. JVm. Kittle and wife spent Sunday with Noah Stafford and family. Mrs. Mary Stafford is spending a fe& days at Bradford. Mrs. Wm. Heavlin and daughter, of Wyandotte, Mich., left for home Wed nesday, alter spending a few days with with the former's mother, who met with a badly sprained wrist some time ago. Sharkey Rupert and family, of Jack son, Mich., left for home Saturday after spending a few weeks here with friends and relatives. Father's Confession. Columbus, July 23. The mystery surrounding the disappearance more than a week ago of Vernon Hager, thfl 8-months-old son of Harry V. and Mary Hager, was solved when the father confessed that he had chloro formed the child and had thrown the body In a refuse water cistern. Ha?er says he gave th Infant chloroform In an effort to quiet It. Farms for Sale 86 Acres, north of Burkettsville, good black land, good house, cellar; barn 40x80, good and well arranged; new hog house 30x50, large corn crib, two flowing wells, well tiled and fenced, all black land, in a high state of cultiva tion, good neighborhood. Price, $145.00 100 Acres, 7 miles northeast of Ce lina, on pike, 85 acres cleared, all good soil, largehouse, 10 rooms and poarches; barn 38x40, with L wire fences; drilled well and cistern, wind pump, all kinds of out buildings; fine home and a money making farm. Price, $188.00 80 Acres, 5 miles northeast of Celi na, on pike, 7-room frame house, good orchard, cistern, drilled well, wind pump, large hog pen, granary, small barn, 1 mile of school, 8 acres of good timber. Price, $100.00 80 Acresi 1 mile west of Bennett school-house, between Coldwater and Celina, on pike, 9-rooni frame house, frame barn and sheds, orchard, good soil, fenced and ditched, school 1-4 mile, church 1 1-2 mile, 18 acres timber. Price, 9120.00 86 Acres, 6 miles west of Celina, 7 room frame house, barn 32x40, good orchard, near school, all good land, tiled and fenced, drilled well, spring and cis tern; fine little home. Price, $1 10.00 120 Acres, 6 miles north of Celina, all good land, in a good state of cultiva We have a few other farms and some Celina properties we are always glad to show. SHORT & DONOVAN Oats Harvesting is nearly all done in this vicinity. Virge Dixon and family spent Monday witu b. Dixon and family. Izra Laffin and family spent Sunday with Lewis Gray and wife. Grandma Florence has been ill the past week with rheumatic trouble. Izra Laffin and family, John Davis and family s ent Sunday evening with Steve Wilson and family and enjoyed Ice Cream. James McDonald and lady friend and Miss Mabel McDonald spent Sunday with Mrs. Maggie Bollenbaugh and fa mily. Chester Fast anp family of New Cory don an I Mrs. Barbara Manly spent Tues day evening with Steve Wilson and family. Mrs. Manly will remain for a few days visit. Clelle Jenkins and family, Ernie Bader and family spent Sunday with A. J. Boice and family. Wm. Linn and family spent Tuesday evening with Delbert Huey and wife. Cleve Jenkins and sons spent Sunday afternoon with A. J. Boice. LADY STEVEDORES ON JOB Three of Them Are Fired for Cussing Others Are Giving Valu able Service. Brooklyn, N. Y. Sixteen women In overalls are wrestling dally with 132 pound bags of coffee and hundred weights of sugar, working side by side with muscular men long used to this hard job. They are the new lady steve dores hired by the New York Dock company. There would be 19 of these female dock wallopers were it not for the fact that three of the number en gaged were fired on account of their cussing. Among the present 16 are an au thor, a former vaudeville star, several widows, and two negro women. Their hours are 7 a. m. to 5 p. m. five days a week. They are getting 82 cents an hour, the rate paid to men. H. B. Whipple, general manager, predicts a bright future for all women similarly engaged, though he really had no notion the scheme would work wall as if hiia. tion, tiled and fenced, 6-room house, or chard, drilled well; a splendid money maker. Price, $100.00 80 Acres, 2 miles north of Coldwater, near Bennett school-house, good land, 7- room frame house, barn 30x60, 2 drilled wells, cistern, wind pump; a fine home, land in good state of cultivation. Price, 9118.00 48 Acres, 6 miles northeast of Celi na, 2-story 6-room frame house, base ment 28x30, 180 barrel cistern, water in house, furnace, drilled well, wind pump, barn 36x60, solid foundation under all buildings, buildings new, good soil. thoroughly tiled and fenced, 1-4 mile to school; a bargain. Price, 9180.00 40 Acres, northeast of Celina, 6 room 1 1-2 story house, barn new, con crete floor, hip roof, all good black soil, well tiled and fenced; chicken coop 16x 50, concrete floor, on pike and a fine home, 1-4 mile to school, 1 mile from church. Price, 9168.00 96 Acres, northeast of Celina, on pike; 85 acres cleared, house 5 rooms, barn 36x60, fenced and tiled; school 1-4 mile, church 1 mile; in a good state of cultivation, a crop producer. Prsce, 9110.00 88 Acres, 7 miles west of Celina, on pike, 6-room frame house, barn 36x60, drilled well and wind pump, 40 acres black, tiled and partially fenced. Price, 9110.00 CEDO The farmers are busy getting their crops in and getting the wheats and oat threshed. Alfred and Nellie Boise, children of Emery Boise and wife, were quite ill Sunday night. Raymond Eblen is still improving from his sickness. Mrs. John Brinkman and two children, of Sprinfield, O., are visiting the form er's sister and husband, Mr, and Mrs. Emery Boise, at this place. Miss Minnie Eblen of this place was as Coldwater a few days this week, the guest of Vinton Meyers and wife. Wm. Deitrich and wife, of Dayton, spent a few days last week with N. N. Runkel and family. Miss Rose Mary Shively is visiting her aunt at Dayton for a week or so. Pauline Beams has arrived home after a visit with her aunt, Pearl Runkel. Miss Clara Bourelle spent a few hours with Maggie Boggs Monday. Willie and James Denny, sons of Eli Denmiy and wife, spent Sunday evening with W. J. Runkle and wife at Ft. Re covery. Wm. George, a former resident of this county, who died at Rushville, Ind., a few days since, was brought here for in terment Saturday. A wife arul daughter survive nun. HERE'S YOUR CHANCE Have you enlisted In the army of saverB for your country and yourself? Buy War Savings Stamps. Shurley some shower we had Tuesday evening. G. J. Winklejohn was a Cplina busi ness caller Tuesday. Mrs. D. Everman of this place is epending a few days in Celina at this writing. Miss Rose HageHorn and best retur ned to dayton Sunday evening. Albert Seitz of Dayton home Tuesday. J. Housten of Dayton passed thru here luesuay. Word was received last week that Private G. H. Kroger and Alfred Rentz of the 308 Ammunition Train arrived safely overseas where they will do their bit for uncle bam. John Seitz of Cranberry was a Chicka saw visitor Tueseay. Anton Frenzer of Camy Sherman spent bunday at tne home of his parents. The Union Handle Co. Employee's hem tneir Annual outing ft Cilo Stur day. They all reported a jolly good time. Henry Hemmelgarn and family of St. Joe visited Henry Rengei and family Sunday. John Schroer and family of St. An thony visited Wm. Gross and family Sunday. B. H. Rawers returned home from Dayton Saturday where he will take charge of his general store. Win. Niekamp and Theodore Tiekamp of this place were Liu a visitors Monday Michael Gerlach was a Lima visitor Monday. Adam Gross and family of Coldwater visited Wm. Gross and family Sunday. .amp onerrrrarrn Payroll Chilllcothe, O., July 20. Soldiers at Camp Sherman are paid approxi mately $1,000,000 a month, according to Captain E. Garcia, camp quarter master. Of this amount ISOO.OOO goes to enlisted men and $200,000 to offi cers. Unofficial reports say this camy will be doubled In size within the next few months. Lightning Kills Physician. Granville, O., July 24 Dr. A. K Follett, 65, a practicing physician. was struck by lightning and Instantly killed on his farm near here during a storm. George Zwllllng, who was with the physician at the time ho was struck, was knocked down and stunned, tut was not seriously In jured. Demand of. Dairymen. Tiffin, O., July 23. Seneca county dairymen made a demand on the county food administration for an In crease In milk prices. The price to producers was decreased by the ad ministration to aid in meat conserva tion. The long-continued drought is given as the cause for the'demand. Four Counties to Build Hospital. FIndlay, 0., July 24. Commission ers from the counties of Crawford, Hancock, Seneca and Wood met here and decided to build a $100,000 tuber culosis hospital for use of patients from the four counties. A site com mittee will be appointed later. Ohloans In Casualty Lists. Washington, July 22. Ohloans in the latest casualty lists: Army Killed in action, Albert Diamond, Cleveland; died of wounds, C. H. Black, Lancaster; F. A. Anholt, Lou denville; died of disease. C. E. Auat, Cleveland. Marines: Killed in action, James E. Fisher, Columbus. HERE'S YOUR CHANCE Have you enlisted in the army of savers for your country and yourself? Buy Wa Savings Stamps. Any person knowing what farm land is should look ot the John Bilter farm. It sells July 27th. Sheriff's Sale in Partition. Louis Kugel, guaidlan, &o. va. Jacob Gebm et al. Tne Htat of Ohio, Meroer County, Court of OommoD Plena, No. B640. NOTICE is hereby glve, tbat on TUES DAY, the mh day of August, A. D. WIN, at tbe bour of one o'clock p.m.. I will offer for sale at publlo auction, at the door of tbe Oourt-houae, in Delias, Ohio, the following reft I "tut", to-wlt: Situate In the Village of Oollns, Township of jMtrwfuoii, Mercer County, Ohio, to-wlt! Being Lot Number rourteeii (U)ln Overlj's Addition to tbe Incorporated Village of Online, Oblo, known on the record of Plata of said Village. Hald lot lira on tbe weat aide of North Nuarar itreet, tbe num ber being 641 North Sugar atreet. with ft frame bouae and barn located and situated threnn. nprntaed at tlfloo.00. Hald premlsea to be aold ai tbe property of the Dfti'tlea to the ahove notion, on nil order of aule in partition from tbe Common Plena (lourtor Mercer noiinty, umo, ana tome dlrptdfts Sheriff of aald county. Terms of Sale-daab. Given under my hand this 14th (lay of July, 1818. WILLIAM PUMPHRKY, Sheriff of Mercer County, Oblo. B. A. Myers, Attorney, CHICKASAW PHILOTHEA liar-y Bergman and wife are the hap py parents of a little son that arrived at their home last week. Wm. Alirns lost a valuable horse last week. Henry Pohl is working at St. Peter, erecting some new buildings for Mrs. Buddendick. Bernard Ziefring and Rudolph Stall were called to the colors on Monday. Wm. Alirns and family spent Sunday at St. Rosa with relatives. Herman Zumberg and family motored to North Star Sunday to visit relatives. Frank Knapke and family attended a tin wedding at Minster last Sunday. Jos. Buschor and family spent Sunday with Fred Tangeman at Coldwater. John Dues and family were Wandelin visitors last Sunday afternoon. i Leo Wenning writes home from France all is well and he is serving as secret police. 51 Fred J. Goettemoeller was a Miria Stein visitor last Saturday afternoon. Frank Piekenbrock, Alpr.ona Schaeffer and Miss Catherine Brockman and Teacher H. II. L!Ugers were Minster visitors l ist Friday. Teacher Albert H. Dorsten and family are receiving congratulation over the arrival of a pretty litte baby girl that arrived at tl eir home last week. A. D. Meiring sold a Willys Knight Automobile t" August Kremer at Maria Stein last week. Frank Hartings and John Hartings and family were Minster visitors last Friday. Teacher A. II. ReLhert and family and Rev. D. Ilrackman from St. Anthony came thru our burg last Monday. Quite a number from here were in Celina to bid farewell to thf selects from this county that left for Camp Sherman last Monday. KEEP LOST MEN'S PHOTOS Navy Department Is Anxious to Per petuate Memory of En. listed Men. Washington. Secretary Daniels Is anxious to preserve in the navy's rec ord photographs of all men of that branch who have lost their lives in the service. He Is requesting rela tives and friends to send photographs to the recruiting division, bureau of navigation, navy department. The purpose Is to perpetuate the memory of enlisted men. Officers are required to provide photographs and official pictures are taken of all grad uates of Annapolis. As rapidly as photographs of en listed men are received copies will be made for the records of the navy de partment and the originals returned to the owners. A photograph of each man will be forwarded by the de partment to the training station where he began his career in the service. There, a memorial gallery or hero's corner will be formed. Sets Example to Teachers. White Clud, Kan. Professor Rob erts, superintendent of the schools here, has set the example in patriot ism for his men teachers. Instead ol attending a county teachers institute he has gone to work raising garden truck on a farm. No. 1 Sixty acres, situate 3 miles east of Celina. and 1 mile north of stone road, with good house and barn and other buildings. A good little farm at $125 per acre. No. 2 Eighty acres, 12 miles west of Celina and 3 miles south of Chattanoo ga, on pike, with school-Louse just across the road; large 10-room house, with cellar under; justrecently painted and iu fine shape. New barn, all con crete foundation, cement floor, built in 1917, with new granary, cement foun dation, built in 1917; new chicken house, and all other outbuildings built and remodeled in 1917; 2400 rods of tile, put in in 1917 with ditching ma chine; ten acres recently cleared and stumps blown, 15 acres cleared ready for plow this summer, leaving about 15 acres for timber. See this one for a nice home. NO. 3 Forty acres, 2 miles northeast of Celina, on Dieptune pike, wltn mir ly good buildings, good orchard, with 1500 rods of tile on the 40, and good fences. Children brought to Celina to school. NO. 4 Eighty acres, situate in Cen ter township, 1 mile norm ol center church, on new stone road, with good house and large barn, corn crib and granary and all other out buildings and good orchard. $130 per acre. No. 5 Eighty acres, 1 1-2 mile west of Neptune, on old Ft. Wayne roaa and stone road, with a good 7-room house; wind pump and good barn, with silo attached. See this one at $130 per acre. Can give good payments. No. 6 120 acres as good as there is in Mercer county, all black land, well tiled, with good house, large barn, with slate roof, large granary and corn crib, and about 12 acres of timber; situate 5 miles north of Celina and 1-2 mile east, between Mercer and Mendon pikes, at $150 per acre. NO. 7 320 acres, 3 1-2 miles south of Rockford, on cement road, with large buildings; house and barn and all other out buildings; well tiled and all black soil. This is a bargain for the right party. No. 8 120 acres, situated in Center township, 4 miles north of Celina and 1-2 mile east, on pike, close to school See L M. FOR SALE J M v-r J Jk. mm- mm mmmmmm Inn i mi in J Office over Commercial Bank, 5 I At special session of the board on 18th, having hearing on the Pulakamp ditch, No. 4.50, the matter was adjourn ed until to-morrow, Saturday. The hearing on the Moorman ditch will be heard by the board at their ollice on August 1, at lUa.m. The sale of the work of the Solomon ditch is set for next Monday, tue2"th, at the ollice of the board. The board, in session last Friday, al lowed the followed bills, which are now payable: S. S. Scranton, cost bill, State vs. Fred Steele fl6 99 S. S. Scranton, same Oda Buck. . . 18 97 Same, Claude Davenport H 93 Same, Edgar Abbott 8 95 Same, Daniel Kaebr 4 95 F. A, Snyder, stationery for Treas urer..: IS ( David Springer, memorial service. 25 00 Don M. Burton Co., supplies for Recorder 7 50 E. G. Cngerer, stamps 5 00 Wm. Masonbritik, hauling rubbish 1 00 Wm. Pumphrey, expense account. 31 3 HS W. A. Baucher, bridge repair 6 75 Joe Fisher, bridge lepnir 5 75 Wm. Ward, extra material and la bor on Fleenor bridge 28 53 Wm. Fisher, inspector and assist ant engineer 10 75 Rockford E. L. Co., lighting river bridge 9 60 Fred Schwieternian, estimate on Schwieterman pike 800 00 Andy Bauer, inspector Bauer pike. 20 00 Henry Stahl, same Stahl pike 39 00 John W. Karch, estimate Bauer J pike 500 00 Jos. Wehrling, hauling tile on Gauer ditch 15 00 T. F. Com. assisting engineer. ... 2 00 Otis Cross, same 2 00 As Pike Directors As pike directors the board allowed the following bills: Clvde Mvers. nutting pipe in Hines fill 62 20 II. W. Burdire. tile across road... 4 20 Reroverv townshin trustees, sewer pipe... : 78 40 Bluffton Stone Co., stone 63 00 France Stone Co.. stone 11 John W. Karch. stone 390 54 Ohio CorrugateU uulvert io., cui vert pipe. 51 80 a V. Keener. Dike sunt " 3 J. H. Sudhoff, same 189 18 J. B. Brunswick, same 22 00 G. H. Schmackers, same 15 00 J, B. Siler, same 28 00 The Bilter farm. 4 miles east of Mon tezuma, on pike; house, barn, out-build, ings; fountain, and the soil all a garden Sells July 27. Fans into Lane. Columbus, July 21. While sleeping ,n a pier at Buckeye lake, Richard Stranahan, 16, son of Frank Strana han of Brlggsdale. this county, fell Into the water and, instead of swim ming toward shore, swam out Into the lake and was drowned. Victims of Footpads. Cleveland, July 20. Four men were shot and seriously wounded, one probably fatally, by two bandits when they resisted robery. Three of the victims were shot In one hold-up and the fourth was shot an iiour later in the same neighborhood. 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 st're. adv. Saturday, July 27, some lucky person will get the Bilter farm. and church; good land, fairly well tiled and good buildings, wind pump, and all out buildings. No. 9 120 acres, 2 miles south of Rockford, on cement road, and 3 1-2 miles west on Stringtown road, with large stucco house, basement under entire house, with furnace, bath and toilet, and all shafts for operating ma chinery and gasoline engine; barn 40x 65 and fine new granary 36x65; all ce ment floors, and with elevator to elsr vate your corn, oats and wheat, and all black land, all well tiled. This is certainly a fine farm. NO. 10 Eighty acres, 2 miles south of Rockford, on cement road, and 3 miles west, with fine 9 room house and cellar; just a new summer kitchen; cement cistern, wind pump, cement water tank, good barn, slate roof, ce ment floors. All good, fine land, with no open ditches, and with about 3000 rods of tile. See this one for fine home. The two above farms are adjoining, so you can purchase either 80, 120 or 200 acres. Without an open ditch on either of the two tracts. No. 11 188 acres, 3 1-2 miles south east of Mendon, on Mendon pike, and 2 1-2 miles north of Neptune; a splen did stock farm, the best in Mercer county, with new barn 92x40 and 56x 42, with silo attached, corn crib and granary, also tool shed. New 7-room house, with cellar under the entire house; 9-foot ceiling, all cement floor and furnace. This is all fine land be side the creek bottoms, which are al ways permanent pasture, and which will consume about fifty or sixty acres, with fountains and flowing water. See this one for a bargain. NO. 12 Eighty acres, 4 miles north east of Celina, on Mendon pike, and 1-2 mile east, school-house just on op posite corner, with large barn and all other out buildings. Ordinary good house, not fine, but comforatable. A clean and fine eighty, and as well farmed as you find in Mercer county. No. 13 Eighty-six acres, 2 miles north of Celina, on Celina and Mercer pike, with 7-room brick house and large summer house, new and large barn, concrete foundation, asbestos roof, and farm all well tiled and well fenced, and farm in the pink of condi tion. See this one for a good home, good land and good location. MURLIN CELINA, OHIO I John W. Reinhard, executor of the will of Jacob Keinharil, filed waiver and consent to sell rul estate. Order of appraisement issued. Fred Heiby, administrator of the es tate of Fred Steelier, filed account of final distribution. Application made by Chas. J.Schunim, administrator of the estuteof JennetU Schumm, deceased, for distribution of funds obtained by personal injury suit. Same granted. Dorma Schumm, appointed guardian of Charles K. Schumm and J. Frederick Schumm, minors. Last will and testament of Mary L. Fast duly admitted to probate and rec ord. Perry C. Knox appointed executor of said will. Inventory and appraise ment filed, Application filed to admit to probate and record the last will and testament of Henry Hiersick, deceased. For hearing July 27, at 11 a.m. C. J. Schumm, administrator of the estate of Jennettn Schumm, deceased, filed final accounts. For hearing Aug. 31 . Chas. II. Howick, 'guardian of Floyd G. Young, filed fourth partial account. For hearing August 31. Sarah Ji. Morrison, administratrix of the estate of Wilson L. Morrison, de ceased, filed final account. For hearing August 31. W. H. Frysinger, administrator of the estate of Mary E. Covault, filed account of final distribution. G. G. Spicer, guardian of Charles Spi cer and Alice Spicer, filed final account. For hearing Aug. 31. Katlierine Buddendick, guardian of Anna Buddendick et al., filed third par tial account. For hearing 31. Margaret B. McGee, guardian of Belle Bennett, filed partial account. For hear ing Aug. 31. Agnes Altenhofel, executrix of the will of Bernard Altenhofel, deceased, filed statement in lieu of account. Take the best expert and look at the soil of the Hilter farm. See notice of administrator's of this property in an other column. Have you enllatod In the army of savers for your country and yourself? Buy Wa Savings Stamps. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate In pursuance of an order of the Probate Court ol Mereer (Jounty, Ohio, I will offHr for h! at punllc auetlon, on WKI'NKH liA V. the 7th day of August, 1WH. nt I o'rloek In the afternoon, at U -ait door of the Oourthotise, llellna. Mercer County, Ohio, the following described real estate, altuate In the county of Mereer and State ot Ohio, to-wlt: Tract No. 1 Commencing for the arne forty-five feet due east from the snuthwent corner of Out lot No. U, east of ('ellnn; thence eat fifty feet; thence due north to t be south Itn of the Lake Erie A Western Kallrond right of way; thence westerly along snld railroad right of way, fifty feet more or less, to the northeast corner of a five-foot strip of land deeded by.Ino. Hickman to .iHines Ccitleld ; and from thence due south to the piece of beginning. lepd Hook, Vol. US, page 4isi. On the north side of east Market street. House No. M". Appraised at II,2U0.0n. Tract No. 2 Commencing nt a atone corner on the north Bldeof Market xtreet, three end (1-10O chains east of the west line of On tint No. 14 east of Celina; thence est forty-five feet ; thence north to the south line of the I.. E.A W. rnl I road right of way ; thence west ft long said right of way to a point directly north of the starting point ; thence south tothe place of beginning. Deed Book No.fH. page 6n8. Kat Market street, house No.612. Appraised at jl.iKm.rjn. Tract No. 3 Lot No. 4H. in the Hawkins allotment, west of Celina. Ohio, as shown on the re corded plat of said allotment. West Mar ket street, near ralr-ground gate. Deed Book No. IW, page 421. Appraised at 10ii.i. Probate Court, Cause No. IIBH1, FRANK V. SHORT, Administrator of the estate of Mary K. Short, deceased. PIKE SALE SEALED PROPOSALS will he received by the underaigtied, lit the township clerk's ollice, Million Township, Mercer Counlv. Ohio, up to 2 o'clock p.m., on Saturday, August 10, 1918, For the completion according to dIhus. speclllcatloiis and profile, for the ditching, grading, grubbing, graveling or nmcudu iiiizliig, and lor the construction ol the necessary culverts ol the bm'tke Koad Im provement. The route of said Improvement is as fol lows: Beginning ut the south Quarter Dust of Section 24, Town Seven south, Range lnreeenst; inence north through the cen ter ol saiu section 3(4 to the north Quarter post of the suine section, town and range and there terminate. The total length of the improvement, is oazs lineal leet. The estimate is as follows : (.railing, grubbing, &c i',0ll 00 Material 44BS 0C Total estimate mn tin The work must be completed on or before the 1st day of January, MID. Mldders will be required to deposit one hundred dollars with the Townshlrj Olerk. which will be forfeited to the Township of Marlon, Uounty of Mercer, lu case the suc cessful bidder falls to enter Into contract and give an acceptable bond five duys after the sale. The Uounty Surveyor and Township Trus tees reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Profile and specifications will be on file at the Surveyor's ollice and at the Town ship Clerk's ollice five days before the day of sale. R. B. MORRISON. Engineer. FRANK FELTZ. St. Henry, Ohio, R.F.I). No., Township Clerk. DITCH SALE tfntlnolu hupol.. .lu.n that ,Kn n W the construction of Solomon Ditch, No. 4W, iu ocutvi lunuainp, ffjciLri UUU1I1J, UHIUi nulltinnurf . - l.u 14 I. Uli.. ...... -..II t... sold by the undersigned', at public outcry, to the lowest responsible bidders, on MON- uik. i , tne tviu uuy 01 j uiy, a.ii, ihih. flfice ,tf uuln Kl the i Inm in tMMt.itiuru' ,itVi a Uulu to commence at in o'clock a.m. Forfeit, $u0. tiSn lineal feet inch tile. 007 lineal feet 10 inch tile. Iim lineal feet 12 Inch tile. lfijO lineal feet 15 Inch tile. 1IUU lineal feet IK Inch tile. 17W lineal feet 20 Inch tile. 21 '( id lineal feet 24 inch tile. MOO lineal feet 0, 7 and N Inch tile. Three catch basins at (12.00 fnn.oo. Three rebuilt catch basins at 16.00118,00 Six cubit ynrds concrete in retaining wall t 112.00- i72.00. Onen Wnrlr ttUll'i cntiln vnrds PTCRt.-nt.lnn at 25 cents JI7H8 iki. Grand total estimate, IrttWO.oO. Profile and specifications of work will be n ttlu nt tl.a In.lltAP1. ntfl.ta u n I u, tlm County Surveyor's oillce live daya before aie ui saie, Hv order nf the Commissioners nf Mercer County, Ohio. R. B. MORRISON. County Surveyor. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. John M. Bollenbivcher. Plaintiff, va. Ha.en Clark, owner of Indiana Oar No 202718. Defendant. Before John H. Kable, J. P . Liberty town ship, mercer uounty. umo. On the lfith day of July. A.D. 1IH. anid Justice Issued an order of Attachment in the above action for the sum of one hun dred and fifty dollars tf iA0.nu). JOHN n . KAKI.KJ, f. John M. Fnllvnbncher, PlulnlllT. July in, li'is, Whiteface Stock Farm Breeder of registered Ilerford cattle and O.I.C. swine. Young stock for sale. O. R. HILUiARY, Prop., Ft. Recovery, O., R.D. 2. 15 tf Administrator's Sale of Real Estate la pursuance of an order of the Probst Court of Mercer county, Ohio, 1 will offer for sole, at public auctlou, on SATURDAY, the 27th day of July, 1U1S, atone o'clock In afternoon, at the east door of tbe Court house, lu Celina. Mercer county, Ohio, tbe following tie. crilied real estate, altuate la the Township nf Franklin, county of Mer oer and State of Ohio: The nortbweit frac tional quarter ( ' I of the south west quotter ( H I of Section Twenty-four (24), Town Six mi south. Range Three U) east, containing thirty-nix tain acres. Also, the southwest quarter (W) of the southwest quarter (X) of said Section Twenty-four (241, Town Six 8 south, RaDge Three IKI fast, containing forty (40) acres, Also, the northeast fractional quarter (K) of the southwest quarter (kl of said Heo lion Twenty-four (241. Town Six (A) south. Range (SI east, containing thirty (SO) acres more or less. And containing In all on hundred and six ( It "0 1 acres, more or less, with the possession, privilege and use of the adjacent and adjoining State lands. Reserving to the estate the growing crops on said premlsea. Hald lands to sell clear and free of all dower, homestead and other rights. Said property is appraised at lin.nuo.ou. Haiti lands are located on the north aid and fronting on the Preston pike, and on, half mile north and four miles eaat of Mon tezuma. Terms of an le Cash. Cause No 1U7. MARTHA E. BILTER, Administratrix of the estate of John T, Bilter. deceased. Frank V. Short. Atty. UADTED Coal is scarce. Gas is low. The wood-cutters are in Prance or going soon. Fuel situation worst in history. KememDer last winter. Fuel experts say that next winter will be worse. LINCOLN Oil Burners are suc cessfully used in ranges, cook stoves, heating stoves and furnaces, &c. livery home a prospect. Sells on sight. We are manufacturers. We need distributor!. Territory is going fast. Act at once. Se cure the exclusive agency for your coun ty before some other "live wire" geU it. Surest way, come to Fremont at once. The Lincoln Stove Co. Fremont, Ohio DELCO-LIGHT The complete Electric Light and Power Plant Self-starting. Stops au tomatically. So simple a child can operate it. Crown Auto Co Celina, Ohio CHATTEL LOANS Money to Loan on Horses. Cattle, Farm Implement and Qrowlng Crop at a low rate. You can pay back at any tlm and stop Interest. Bualnea strictly con fidential. For particular call on The Celina Mortgage Loan Co. WyckofT Block Main and Market St.. CKLINA. O. Money to Loan FARM LOANS at liwest rate of Inter estMortgage written for 5 year with Privilege of Renewal at expiration. REMEMBER We DO NOT write a 20 year Mortgage, and ask you to sign a Note, with the interest for the entire 28 years added to note when loan la made, as some Agencys do, who advertise 20 year Loans. Our Mortgage and Note la for the exact amount borrowed, and each contain the written privilege of PAYING ANT SUM AT ANT TIME AND STOPPING INTER EST. The mortgage records of the county will prove the above statementa true. Ed L. Bryson Remedy for Chicken Cholera and White Scours in Chicks Use It and Save from 80 tm 90 per cent of your Chickens PREPARED BY Dr. F. C. Meckstroth St. Maryu.Ohlo FOR SALE AT Baker's Drug Store, tea Price. SOc PILES FISTULA AND ALL DISEASES OF THE RECTUM fir. HVrteliim tnnonnoM to tho profMtlon and Ik public ihMl li nitike aiMcUlly ol ttiost ditMM unl haa had 20 yoara soDrtuit aptr lane. Ko pJa and no tletnnilim from buiitiMt. Hladtlor, Kidiiaf, Kiwi an it Skin Dihhim and UlaoaaM of ffuata, HHITK HlB HtMlK ON HKCTAL DIMKalMtfl W RIM ) tud iu4urMiuiiW of ihUmuU curat, aatafctlahatj UWk DR. J. J. McCLELLAN em' Brodntrt Columbus, 0.