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THE CEIJNA DEMOCRAT. CELINA, OHIO
IIIl)nill.lirnrriTiT , Kir r r Attention, And Everybody Else Wo always carry it frosh lino of st:il" unci fiu.oy rot-pries. Tlioro is notliini in tho yrucory linn llitt wo can't furnish yon, and it is nlways tli' dost. Tho pries oro always as low, or a little lower tlrm any place in l,i wn. Al wa. s keep that in mind. We pay top prices for country produce. Remember, this is also a W. O. Creamery Station John Morrow's Star Grocery Linintfor Uuildini, t.'KLINA, ). Biiiiiisiiiiiiiinrcyi GASLESS SUNDAYS TO BENEFIT BY AB8TINENCB MONEY SHOULD QO INTO . LIBERTY BONDS. ST. OS Miss Acnes I alil i nt; liau s, of Maria Stein, spent last Sunday at St, Rosa. Herman Lochtefuld, of Dayton, spent a lew days at home. Mrs. Katlierine Hat;edorii, of Cran berry Prairie, spent a frw days with her daughter, Mrs. John J. reily and family here tins week. Last Tuesday noon the forty hours' de votion closed here with a solemn hik'l' mass sung by Rev. Julius Iteffner from Cassella, assisted by Kev. Otto J. Miss ler, of Maria Stein, as deacon, and Rev R. H. Meyer, of Mary's Home, as sub- deacon, and our pastor, Kev. M. K Schmaus, as master of ceremonies, after which a procession ami benediction with the blessed sacrament was held, lh ceremonies closed with the sinKing of Te Deum" by the entire congregation. There are now eight boys from the St. Rosa congregation in the National army. Most of them are already daing duty oversees. A Liberty Loan meeting was held at the school-house here last Thursday. INTEZUI WHEN GERMANY NEEDS MONEY. Of course Germany cannot get your money NOW. Hut depend upon It, Bhe will be able to get It later If the Hun hordes triumph. She will de mand It of Uncle Sam, Just as she had planned ultimately to do anyway. To foil her now, buy Fourth Loan Liberty Bonds. The Montezuma school will give a pat riotic pr.- gram at the Church of Christ, Tuesday eveuiug, October 8. Admission 10 and 15 cents. Mverybody welceme. The proceeds will go for musical instru ments for the school. Miss lister Johnson is spending ihe week at Dayton, O. Kmerson Burton and family, Mrs. John CencebauKh and son lirmel spent Satur day evening with Z. T. Long and family. Mrs. .Ollie Cencebaugh spent Sunday with John Cencebaugh and family. Mrs. .. T. Long called on Mrs. A. C. Long Sunday afternoon. James Wills and wife, of Dayton, spent Sunday at this place. John Newland and wife, Louis New land wife, Chas. Ilurden and family aud lilias Burden, of Cartkauena. were the Sunday guests of Andy Nunnery am! family. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stafford, of Brad ford, O., are spending a few days with rela-ives here. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Preston, of Celina. spent Sunday here. Harmon Klostermau and family spent Sunday at Chickasaw. Stoves for Sale Two, one a heating stove, for either coal or wood, and one range, for coal or ood. Both in good condition. Inquire at this ollice. Have you enlisted In the army of savers for your country and yourself? Buy Wa Knvlru.3 Stamps. The Owners of "Swift & Company" (Now Over 22,000) Perhaps it has not occurred to you that you can participate in Swift & Company's profits, and also share its risks, by becom ing a co-partner in the business? It is not a close corporation. You can do this by buying Swift & Company shares, which are bought and sold on the Chicago and Boston stock exchanges. There are now over 22,000 share holders of Swift & Company, 3,500 of whom are employes of the Company. These 22,000 shareholders include 7,800 women. Cash dividends have been paid reg ularly for thirty years. The rate at present is 8 per cent. The capital stock is all of one kind, namely, common stock there is no preferred stock, and this common stock represents actual values. There is no "water," nor have good will, trade marks, or patents been capitalized. - This statement is made solely for your information and not for the putpose of booming Swift & Company stock; We welcome, however, live stock producers, retailers, and consumers as co-partners. " ' We particularly like to have for shareholders the people with whom we do business. When the American people locked up their automobiles for k gaaless Sunday on September 1, they saved enough money to provide General Per- (thing's army with 6,000 machine guns, costing $250 each. They naved enough money to buy food for the American Expeditionary Forces in Europe for two whole days, They saved enough money to pro vide General Pershing's army with 2,800,000 band grenades. They saved enough money to pay jfor 85,784 completely equipped rifles which the American Infantryman car- lies when be goes Into conflict. These figures are revealed In a Treasury statement appealing to the American public to turn Its savings from abstinence Into Liberty Bonds, The Treasury statement reminded the public that these savings which are being effected are of no value to the Government in Its prosecution of the war unless they are made available for Its use. The Fuel Administration reported that the saving of gasoline on the sec ond gasless Sunday amounted to Ave million gallons, which, valued at 25 cents a gallon, meant a saving to American pocketbooks of $1,250,000. To that extent with which, by sav ing, we can carry on the war by means of current abstinence, we shall be bet ter off when the war Is over. What-, ever we Import we must ultimately pay for through some form of exports, which will mean that we must later deny ourselves the things that we fall now to deny ourselves. To the extent' to which we draw on accumulated sup-, plies or equipment, we are putting our-; selves in a worse condition to carry on production when the war Is over and competition again becomes keen. The moral which the Treasury De partment points out as a result of the; gasless Sunday is that it is Important In our conduct of the war to pay as we go as far as possible by abstinence from current consumption and that: abstinence in itself contributes to the winning of the war only to that de gree with which the money saved is made available to the Government by investment in Liberty Bonds. Thousands Turn Out to See War Trophy Train The two TJncle Sam's War Trophy Trains which began Monday of this week to tour the sections of Kentucky, West Virginia and Pennsylvania which with Ohio comprise the Fourth Federal Reserve District, have attract ed thousands of persons anxious to see some of the booty actually taken from the Hun on the battlefields of Europe. German guns, helmets and medals have been dividing popularity with the famous French "75s" the guns which made good the historic words of the Frencli: "Thou Shalt Not Pass," The trains are doing a great work for the Fourth. Liberty. Loan. Girl Student Dead. Oxford, O., Oct. 2. Miss Eugenia Maxwell, 19, of Sandusky, a fresh man in Miami university, died in the university hospital of bronchial pneumonia, which developed from Spanish Influenza. This is the sec ond death at Miami this week. buy LIBERTY MJOHDS v WILL MAKE SURVEY OF FARM MAN POWER Prevention of Inroads on Food Production Sought. ! BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS ; Columbus, Oct. 2. The first task of the agricultural advisers of the six Ohio district draft boards, whose business it is to see that the druft does not make costly Inroads on food production, will be to make survey of the farm man power of the coun ties in their districts. Surveys will be made through county farm bu reaus and county agricultural agents. Every farmer and farm laborer will be listed. , One able-bodied farmer for a cer tain number of acres of cultivated soil then Is to be given deferred classification. The basic number of acres, it is expected, will be not far from 70. In some counties it will be less, in other counties perhaps more, depending upon the type of agricul ture. The number of cows also will be taken into consideration, as more cows require more labor to the acre. This plan was mapped out at a meeting of the agricultural advisers with Major W. S. Pealer of the state draft headquarters; Clark S. Wheel er, head of the agricultural extension department, Ohio State university, and Dean Alfred Vivian, State uni versity. Farm owners and managers and farm workmen are urged by Ma jor Pealer to claim exemption in their questionnaires if they are lo essential farm work. Objectors Sentenced. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 30. Sentences for 27 conscientious objectors, with penalties ranging from 10 to 20 years, were announced at Camp Zachary Taylor, where the men were court martialed for refusing to obey orders. The convicted men were nearly all from Indiana. John D. Takes $5,000,000. New York, Oct. 2. A $3,000,000 liberty loan subscription by John D. Rockefeller was announced. Many Victims of Influenza. Washington C. H., O., Oct. 2. The board of health closed all city schools, churches, picture shows and other public places as a result of an epidemic of Influenza here. Eighteen hundred cases in and near the city have been reported. This leads to understanding. a better mutual Year Book of interesting and instructiv acts sent on request. Addre Swift & Company, Union Stol fards, Chicago, Illinois Swift & Company oftt?. President New Head of Massillon Hospital. Columbus, Oct. 1. Dr. Arthur G. Hyde, superintendent of the state hospital at Cleveland, was elected superintendent of the state hospital at Massillon to succeed Dr. H. C. Eyman, resigned, by the board of administration. Wright School Quarantined. Dayton, O., Oct. 2. The presence of Spanish , influenza at the Wilbur Wright armorer's school here result ed in a quarantine of the field. It is not announced bow many cases are needing attention. Lawyer and Rail Official. Toledo, Oct. 1. Charles T. Lewis, 68, member of the law firm of Doyle & Lewis, and director of -the New York Central, Toledo and Ohio Cen tral and Michigan Central railroads, died suddenly of heart failure. Bronchitis Case Increasing. Camp Sherman, O., Sept. 28. The epidemic of bronchitis and coryza at Camp Sherman is on the increase. The camp surgeon reported 250 cases. The camp will not be quarantined, It was 6tated. Highway Head Discharged. Napoleon, O., Sept. 28., Fred Al brlnk, a state highway superintend ent, has been permanently discharged for alleged disloyal utterances, per a state civil service commission's de cision made known here. Ohio's Showing. Columbus, Oct. 2. Ohio's contribu tion to the war savings stamp cam paign to date is $70,000,000, accord ing to figures at state war savings headquarters. ; THE MARKETS I Chicago, Oct. 2. Cattle Beeves, JlOJilft "5: hutcher lock. 1" 5lrl4; stockers and feeders, JS4i.ll; cows. 7 5014; calves, $1S1S 50. Hogs Butchers, ?19 19 95; lights. il9 40-a- 1S 1': packing. $18 50fl9 25; pies, M7 .MS'IN M; rough. llSS'li 59. 8rtiep anil LamliH hlwis, $4Sil2 50; wool lambs. JllfilS. Urtfeiptu Cnttle, 17.000; hops, 23,000; shep and lambs. 35(00. East Buffalo, N. Y., Oct 2. Cattlj Strs. $17(17 50; butchers, 75; yearlings. i3il6 .10; heifers, MO 5Utfl3 50; cows, Hit 11 50; bulls, $7(0 11; calvis, $17$H 50. HcsMlxerl and Yorkers, $20 35 20 40. light Yorkers and pigs, 120; roughs, J17 -'5fil7 71. Sheep rind Liitnba Wethers, $11 5012; ewes, Joffiu f.u, mixed snse-p, juiBli 80. Lmbj, J10rl 75. Receipts (atte, 1,400; hogs, 6,600; ant-op and lambs, 4.4 C. Cleveland, O., Oct. 2. Hugs--Mixed, Si J 7a; pies, $19 26, sUtfs, J1I 2i; rough, 17. Sheep and l.ambs Sheep, $1011 60: Uiir.bs, $16GiH; 50. Receipts Cattle. 1,600; hogs. 8,800, she.p and lambs, 2.000; calvea, 1.400. Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 1. Cattle Steers. J1H 50(17; heifers, J9 5 iS12 25; cows, JS 50011: calves. $19. H-g. Heavies, $19 90(,:0 20; heavy Yorker'?, $20?20 15; ll?ht Yorkers and pltrs, $19 50lt 75. Sheep and Lambs Top sheep, $12; top lambs, 15 50. Ili-celpt little. 3.(500; hogs, s.MO; sheep and lambs. 7,0i0; calves, 1,600. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 2. Cattle Steers, J7IM16 50; he.fers, $.; 75 If 12. cows, 30n.ll; calves, $tigl7 50. Hogs Packers and butchers, H9 25 19 60; common to choice, $1217 25; pigs l.nd lights, $1flfrl9: stags, $11 15. Sheep and Lambs Sheep, Klt); Limbr, If 17 30. Baltimore. Md., Oct. 2. Hunter Fancy -.-reamery. il62o; store rt-'kod. 3'ie. Lgss Ne-irby and western flrsta, 47 4c loultiy Spring chickens, 34S6o; old hers. 34';f3';c; old roosters. 23&2lc. Boston. Oct. 2. Wool Ohio and Pennsylvania llceces- ijeUine waht?il. SHWSSe; one-half blood con bine 755i'78c; threa-eighths cnr. blng. ia&i(c Movement has bsen orgunUi d In Chile to bring about closer relutlom between ( bile aud the Lnln J Status. IUtlngulahed service rrous as awarded by General Pershing to 12 officers aud men of the American ex peditionary forces for gulluutry In action. Conslgnmtmts of freight by federal controlled ocean Hues now are pro tected by Insurance automatically as shipments by rail. Uray's Harbor Motorxhlp corpora tion, Aberdeen, Wash., established a world record by building a 4.0U0 ton wooden ship la 17V working days. Army building projects to be un dertaken at once include: I'hosphorus plant near Kairmont, W. Vs., $500, 000; proving ground, KUzabetbport, NY J., $110,000; additions to Frank ford, Pa., arsenal, $1,000,000. Average of 200 new cases of Span ish lnfluensa dally In infected dis tricts of Italy Is not changing. Railroad telegraphers probably will receive soon a wsge lnorease of be tween $20 and $25 a month. Kev. Edward Thomas Denby, a negro, was consecrated suffragen bishop of the Protestant Episcopal diocese of Arkansas by Blsbop Daniel 8. Tuttle. License of the David 8. Stott flour mills, Detroit, was revoked for alleged failure to keep proper reports. Llsutenaat Elbert Ringer of Way land, Mass., was seriously injured in an airplane aecldent. Henry C. FVlck, Pittsburgh, sub scribed for $1,(00,000 worth of liberty bonds. Regular aerial mall service be tween New York and Chicago will be started on Nov. 1, according to present plans announced by Captain B. B. Llps&er, superintendent of the mall service. Earl Dear and Lloyd Bopp, con demned murderers, who several weeks ago escaped from jail at Chi cago, were recaptured by the police rifle squad without a struggle. Professor Charles M. Stearns, for merly a member of the Dartmouth college faculty, of late engaged in Y. M. C. A. work at the New London, Conn., naval base, died cf pneumonia. From burns received tu the destruc tion of his airplane at Carlsstrom field, near Arcadia, Fla., Lieutenant K. K. Brewer of Tannersvtlle, N. Y., is dead. Lieutenant Dyne of Massa chusetts was killed In anotker acci dent at the same field. Mary Field, 11, was killed at White Plains, N. Y., when she was struck by the wing of an army airplane from Mineola after the maehine had col lided with a tree and fallen to the ground. Fire, which virtually wiped out Cross village, near Petoskey, Mich., rendered 60 families homeless. Be sides the B0 residences, every store and business place, the postottice, church and a hotel, were destroyed. The French submarine Circe was sunk by an Austrian undersea boat. The second officer was the only sur vivor. Women bill posters, attired In blue overalls, white jackets and blue and white caps, have appeared in the streets of New York. Administrator has been appointed for the estate of Helen Irene Ben nett, Missouri girl attending New York university, who mysteriously disappeared. Mrs. William H. Chapman pf El mira, N. Y., was licensed to preach by the county presbytery. Two hundred and fifty army chap lains graduated at Camp Taylor, Louisville. Juneau, Alaska, suffered damage by flood. Investigators of the bureau of labor statistics surveying the cost of living in principal cities and industrial cen ters reported the cost of living in the New York district is 65.7 greater than in December, 1914, and 17.33 per cent greater than in December, 1917. War industries board directs all retail stores to discontinue unneces sary wrapping of merchandise and to reduce consumption of all kinds of paper. Watervliet arsenal workers at Al bany made a large gun in 41 days, a record. Are You In The Crew ? 11" r-T I IB..- LEND A HAND Thomas McCarthy of PittsburKh. an ensign of the navy, was killetl while making an airplane flight over Pensacola bay. A companion Mylti with him when the machine fell was seriously hurt. Lot W. Reiff of Reading, Pa., was nominated by President Wilson to be naval officer of customs in customs collection district No. 11, with head quarters at Philadelphia. Cat pelts sold for $1.41 at the an nual fur auction In New York city. Charges or gross mixmunagenient made against the International cor poration's handling of the Hog Island shipyards are not sustained by the report of the justice department's In vestigation. Unnaturalized German women above 14 may not enter or live in zones within half a mile of camps or other prohibited military areas. An ordinance to penalize landlords who refuse to rent to families with children is before the New Yori. board of aldermen. Railroad administration refused to take over the short lines. Canadian Sergeant J. H. Stokes was killed at Chicago by an automobile. War industries board curtailed the manufacture of bicycles. United States Steel corporation an nounced a basic eight-hour day for all employes. Governor Edge won the Republi can nomination for the senate la New Jersey. DM R A HEAR CIMON Ruddy Cheeks Sparkling Eyes Most Women Can Have Says Dr. Edwards, a Well-Knowo Ohio Physician Dr. P. M. Edwards for 17 years treated scores of women for liver and bowel ailments. During these years he gave to his patients a prescription made of a few well-known vegetable ingredients mixed with olive oil, naming them Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. You will know them by their olive color. These tablets are wonder-workers on the liver and bowels, which cause a normal action, carrying off the waste and poison ous matter in one's system. If you have a pale face, sallow look, dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, headaches, a lictlpso. nn-crood feelinff. all out of sorts. blood ! inactive bowels, you take one of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets nignuy ior a tune i and note the pleasing resul ts. Thousands of women as well as men take Dr. Edwards' Olive 1 aoiets tne suc- Have you enlisted In the army of savers th ,,. tf. k in the nink 0f condition. fni vmiT ftrtiintrv arttt vmirsplC? BllV W&T : n i rtr- M A II A:- - 1UC BI1U abUG OCT UvUU U U1UXKIOU. INSPECTS GERMAN CAPTIVES Secretary of War Baker Spends an Hour In Vicinity of Cages. Paris, Sept. 30. Secretary of War Baker, visiting the American front northwest of Verdun, spent more than an hour in the vicinity of cages hold ing German prisoners and gave in structions as to the treatment of pris oners. One cage inspected contained 2.000 prisoners. When the secretary appeared American officers command ed the Germans to stand at attention. Speaking in German, the secretary asked the prisoners questions regard ing conditions within the German lines and what the soldiers thought of the war. Secretary Baker gave orders that the prisoners be given food as soon as possible after being brought to the rear. The secretary was told that the Germans had heard of American canned beef and that they always asked for it first after being captured. White bread came second in their desires. The following bills wete allowed last Friday and are now payable: Columbus iilank Book Co., book fur Recorder $30 00 K. H. Sell & Co., supplies for Pro bate Judge 32 00 V. II. Stallage Co., supplies for Clerk 10 75 Mercer County Observer, printing notices: 8 63 Philip Linn, janitor's salary 75 00 Board of Public Affairs, libt 15 10 P. A. Kllis, humane officer 25 00 N. N. Hoise, receivers 25 00 V. II. May, burial Anna Wilson.. 75 00 Aa Pike Directors As pike directors the board allowed the following bills: I'rcd Mo. i Lou. pike repairs, Black creek township 28 00 Charles Lutz, pike repair, Center township 11 75 Do you get up at night? Sanol la surely the best for all kidney or blad der troubles. Sanol gives relief In 24 hours from ail backache and blad der trouble. Sanol Is a guaranteed remedy. 35c and $1.00 a bottle at the drug store, art v. DELCO-LIGHT The complete Electric Light and Power Plant Lightens the burden of the housewife. No more household drudgery. Crown Auto Co Celina, Ohio Ohio Boy Lands Eighth Plane. Paris, Sept. 28 Lieutenant Eddie Rickenbacher brought down his eighth enemy plane. In a fight with a Fokker, Rickenbacher's propeller was damaged but he sent the German machine down in flames and barely managed to land inside the American lines near Verdun. An officer near by saw the Fokker fall and furnished the confirmation necessary to make it official. Have you enlisted In the army of savors for your country and yourself Buy Wa Savings Stamps. II. 1. SXYIiKR, Plione 12-c, Ft.Rf covery. O H. F.BKNNEH, Plione 85, Lliih tsvllle.O Snyder & Benner AUCTIONEERS Ft. Recovery, Ohio The result of your aale depend! largalr upon your nui'tlonneer. Our aalei nave been succesMful and we can help you. Leave your dates at Celina with the Waff new Loan and Keal Estate office, I. O.O. F. Bulldlnsr. 17-12t delair.s unwashed, 74c, Tclodo, O.. Oct. 2. Orn, $1 50; cats, 73c; ry, $1 5S; clover s-'.c.l. SH 2i. When you nave the back ache the llvr or kidneys are Bure to be out of pear. Try Sanol it does wonde.-s for the liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial 35c bottle of Sanol will convince yon. Cot It at th drug store, adv. IVORY STOCK FARM'S SIXTH ANNUAL SALE CHESTER WHITE HOGS At MONTEZUMA, O., Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1918 Farm two and one-half miles southwest of Montezuma and 7 1-2 miles southwest of Celina. Beginning at 12:30 o'clock 45 Head Mercer County Herd's best individual prize winning strains of Chester White's of March, 1918, Farrow Frank A . C. Schwieterman, Montezuma Public Sale Tho undersigned, Alvin Kanorr, wtl offer at public auction, on the Roettger farm, -7 miles west of Celina and 1-2 mile east of Mt. Carmel Church, on Thursday, Oct. 17, 1918, commencing at 1 p.m., the following property: Horses Two head, consisting of 1 bay horse 4 years old, weight 1450 lbs; one : roan mare 7 years old, with foal, weight, 1500 pounds. j Cattle Three head, consisting of one 2-ye T-old steer, 1 yearling steer, and 1 yearling heiter. Corn and Hay 150 shocks of corn in I shock and 9 tons hay in the mow. Implements Consisting of one good wagon, 1 stone bed, good as new; 1 set work harness, good as new. TERMS OF SALE-AM turns of $6 and un der cash. Over that amount 8 months time time will be given, purchaser livings bank able note. W. A. KANORR, Owner. P.O. Knox, Auctioneer. -jDie.-.- lie, 'A'ShamiI tf.t)wi$rcjr v ; Poverty is A Crime! IT isn't a crime to be poor, any more than it is to be murdered. The poverty stricken man is not a criminal. He is a victim of a crime for which others as well as himself are responsible. Henry George 33 years ago gave a lecture be fore the Knights of Labor the title of which was "The Crime of Poverty" It has since become a classic and has touched the spark of ambition fat the hearts of thousands of men and inspired them to better things. You can get a copy of this gripping lec ture, well printed in a neat, cloth-bound book, and THE PUBLIC. A Journal of Democracy, for 13 weeks for only 65 cents. Let THE PUBLIC be your In terpreter, as It is for many of the great liberal thinkers of the day: Brand Whit lock. U. S. Minister to Belgium; Win. C. Colrer. Federal Trade Commissioner: Ray Standard Baker, and hundreds of then. Frank P. Walsh. Joint-Chairman of the National War Labor Board saysi Every worker in America should be a subscriber to THB PUBLIC. All lovers of justice ore striving tenvard the same end. THE PUB LIC points the way. Writ your name and address clearly on the margin, attach 65 cents, stamps or money order, and with the first number f THE PUBLIC we will send you a cloth-bound and handsomely printed copy ef "The Crime ef Poverty." THE PUBLIC 1M E. 37th St., New York City 160 Acres Good Farm Land for Sale In Jones comity, South Dakota, 3 miles from Oakton and 10 miles from Murdo, the county seat. Some now under culti vation, fenced. Rood well. Described as southwest quarter Section 20, Town 5 south. Good reasons for selling. Cheap if sold soon. For lurthi-r information address Ole Swanson, 2450 Indiana ave., Chicago, 111. 1 The Cincinnati Daily Post is now $4.00 per year. The Democrat and Post, both one year, now $5.00. PILES FISTULA AND 1U DISEASES OF THE RECTUM Dr. MrTlHbn mnnrnnce. to ih ftrofuion and ttM tmMio th. he nittke t (cialtj of Um diHMM fciut hu had yar coDrtant upnnr. Rn pm ml no teleitin front butniMi. Bladder, Kldnor Riixv) amt Shm PisitaMfl and Hi of Vnma. WHITK MIK HmtK ON It KIT A L DISKaMS (MM) aud UiUorbvujouw of paaiautt curat!. aMabliabad MM, DR. J. J. McCLELLAN 44 East Broad Street Columbus, 0.