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Thursday, July 26, 2012: Vol. 11, No. 16; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-3756

New owners have dream for store

Index Church: Page 5 Community: Page 5 Entertainment: Pages 9-10 Farm/markets: Pages 8, 11-13 Obituaries: Page 24 Sports: Page 25

Fredericksburg Square Market puts emphasis on prices, products

By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer Meet the new owners, new products and new prices at Fredericksburg Square Market, a small town market specializing in quality, convenience and service. As homegrown residents with deep roots in the local community, ownStewards of ers Joe and Tanya Chupp bought the Fredericksthe Land to burg Market in 2011 from meet today, the Lemon Family. “We’ve brought in a other meetings lot of new products and scheduled tried to lower prices,” said Joe Chupp. “We Stewards of the Land, are constantly searching a non-partisan group of different markets in diflocal citizens, is holding ferent areas to keep the a four-part educational prices low.” series on deep shale drillTo that end, the store ing. The first session was features locally sourced Thursday, July 19, at Venitems like meats from ture House, 22885 Divan Acker Beef and Shreve Road, Martinsburg and ranty,fresh d WarMeats, g AiCustom prowas ic ana’overview ofea deep rin H st Be s er Amshale development. duce, bulk items, cheeses, e! id nw natio jams and sauces from servisice withtwo Session being WalnutSeCreek held today (Thursday, rvice &Cheese andAidmilk and July 26). The topic will be ,ice cream nty Wa irDairy. pa Rerra Best Hearing ca’sIssue”; from Smith’s Ameri “Approaching the ! nwide service natio In the deli, fresh session three will wi bethAug. & s meats, eavicnie ng & Ser cheeses,Cl dips and sides 2 explaining “How that * air Rep ts justmen can be Ad ordered in bulk oil and gas got there — for largeCle catering and how we get it out,” anings & events, justme as *can Su specially-made and session four, Aug. 9, lyntsof Ad pp holiday trays, of scracker lyrie tte Supp Ba See Pg. 2 — CALENDAR and cheese trays, vegetaBatteries



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Spring-Summer Hours

Mon., Tue., Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; Wed. 8 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Holmes taxes due Friday Holmes County real estate and manufactured home taxes are due Friday, July 27. Tax bills were mailed June 13. Anyone who has

by following the instructions on the back of the tax bill. Tax payments can also be dropped off at the new payment drop box located in front of the County Office Building

August Glenmont Homecoming is Aug. 4

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White Lavendar Snuggle (75 oz.) .............................. $5.99 Honey Maid Graham Crackers ............. $2.49 Cheese-It Snack Crackers ........................... $1.99 New England Coffee.......... $3.99 Elbow Macaroni’s ................ $.99 Quaker Chewy Granola Bars ..$.99

Peaches - Peaches - Peaches Jersey Fruit Red Haven Michigan Blueberries


New Hours: Mon., Tue., Wed. 8-5 • Closed Thursday Fri. 8-7 • Sat. 8-5 Name Brand Products

Owners–Daniel & Esther Miller 3953 Twp. Rd. 414, Dundee 2 miles N. of Berlin off Rt. 62

Watermelons - Cantaloupes - Local Sweet Corn Grapes - Onions - Oranges - Lemons - Grapefruits Head Lettuce - Cabbage - Plus all Local Produce Available. NOTICE: Customer appreciation Day June 27th FREE Homemade Ice Cream - Peach or Strawberry Sundaes Located 1½ mi. N. of Mt. Hope on SR 241 @ Stone Barn Furniture 330-231-0983 or 330-601-3705 Hours: Mon. - Sat. 9 am - 5 pm

not received a bill should call the Treasurer’s Office at 330-674-5871. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.4:30 p.m. The Treasurer’s Office offers ACH payments that can be made monthly, semi-annually or annually. Payments can be made with a credit card

Baked Ham ..................................................................................$2.69 lb. Marble Cheese ...........................................................................$2.39 lb. Muenster Cheese .......................................................................$2.82 lb. Smoked Cheddar Cheese .........................................................$3.15 lb. Brick Cheese ...............................................................................$2.75 lb. Hot Pepper Cheese ....................................................................$2.55 lb. Virginia Ham ................................................................................$2.99 lb. Smoked Turkey Breast ..............................................................$3.12 lb. 50 lb. White Sugar ................................................................... $33.50 lb. Powered Sugar .............................................................................. 94¢ lb. Peanut Butter 18 oz. ...................................................................$2.55 lb. We fill propAne gAS tAnkS

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Glenmont Homecoming Festival will take place Aug 4. Barbecued chicken and pork dinner starts at 11 a.m. in the community center. Other events include a parade starting at 1 p.m. with line up starting at noon. Activities include kids games, mud volleyball, cornhole, co-ed softball tournament and a 5k run. For more information call Tennille at 330-7631636.

Virginia Ham ..............$2.79 lb.

Week of July 30th - Aug. 4th

Honey Ham .................$2.79 lb.

Off the Bone Honey Ham ..... $2.99 lb. Sour Cream (16 oz. Smith’s)... $1.70 ea.

Mozzarella Cheese .....$2.32 lb.

Hard Salami .......................... $3.49 lb. Evaporated Cane Juice ........ $1.13 lb.

Marble Cheese ...........$2.63 lb.

Green Onion Yeast ............... $2.19 lb. Crunchy Cheese Curls ......... $1.50 ea.


Mozzarella Cheese ............... $2.39 lb. BBQ Ribs (Pre-Cooked) ....... $3.75 lb.

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Victorio Food Strainers ..................................... $59.98 Tomato Press ...................................................... $36.49 Cherry Stoners ................................................... $26.39 Jar Lifters............................................................. $3.79 Canning Funnels ................................................. $2.29

Weekly Specials Cooked Ham .......................... $1.79 lb. Farmers Cheese ...................... $2.79 lb. Dutch Loaf ........................... $2.99 lb. Salty Stix Pretzels (3 lb. pkg.)............ $4.59 Chocolate Pokies ..................... $2.90 lb. Smarties .............................. $1.89 lb. Bragg Organic Vinegar .............. $4.85 qt. Cinnamon Sticks ...................... $2.75 lb.

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Alpine Swiss ............................$2.98 lb. Troyers Swiss ...........................$3.25 lb. Baby Swiss (Guggisberg).......$3.10 lb. Lacey Baby Mini Horn ............$2.98 lb. Farmers Mini Horn...................$2.85 lb. Muenster ...................................$2.65 lb. Marble Mini Horn ....................$2.65 lb. Colby Mini .................................$2.65 lb. Pepper Jack Mini ....................$2.65 lb.

Kitchen Items


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Free Delivery With Every Meat, Pleasant Cheese, Homemade Bread Order Hill 330-359-5606 Bulk Foods Closed Thurs. & Sun.

Canning Season!

Salad Spinners ................................................... $14.29 Kitchen Scales ................................................... $12.29 Food Choppers .................................................. $13.29 Onion Choppers................................................ $15.79 Fruit & Vegetable Choppers............................ $32.98 Jumbo Potato Cutters ...................................... $18.98



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Off The Bone Ham (Honey Cured) ......................$3.15 lb. Virginia Ham .............................$2.68 lb. EZ Slice......................................$2.58 lb. Turkey Roll J.M. .......................$2.38 lb. Turkey Ham ...............................$2.65 lb. Turkey Breast ...........................$3.25 lb. Trail Bologna ............................$3.18 lb. Chopped Ham ...........................$1.69 lb. German Bologna ......................$1.69 lb.

Hunt’s Tomato Paste gal. ....................................................... $6.45 Canning Acid ........................................................................... $3.28 White Vinegar gal.................................................................... $2.48 Cider Vinegar gal..................................................................... $2.98 White Sugar 50#..................................................................... $32.50 Thesco Flour 50# ................................................................... $19.50

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the Jelloway Methodist Church in Jelloway. All persons concerned about deep shale drilling, injection wells, brine spreading and spills, air and water quality, explosions, earthquakes, and state regulations are encouraged to attend. All events are free. For information, call


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Stewards of the Land continues to provide factual information at their regular meeting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 4, at


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Joe and Tanya Chupp, new owners of Fredericksburg Square Market, are featuring locally sourced products, including meat and cheese.

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We reserve the right to limit quantities on all sale items.

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Name Brand Yogurts 24 pk. .......... $4.75 32 oz. ..............79¢ Shredded Cheese Cheddar 8 oz. .... $1.69

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Shredded Mozzarella Cheese 8 oz.. $1.59 Walnut Creek Bacon ...................... $3.09 We Carry Eggs, Milk Coffee, Nickles Bread, Cereals Joe & Fannie Bowman • 4992 Twp. 628 • 1 1/2 mi. SW Mt. Hope Hours: Tue., Thur. 8-5; M, W & F 8-6; Sat. 8-4; Closed Sun.


Troyer Virginia Ham.............. $1.99/lb Troyer Honey Roasted Turkey Breast ........................ $3.79/lb

Cantaloupe 2/$5.00

Campbell’s Cream of Celery Soup .......... $.85/10.75oz Betty Crocker Cake Mixes .. $1.09 Superior 2% Milk................... $2.79/gal

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Superior Sour Cream .......... $1.49/16oz Superior Chocolate Milk ...... $2.99/gal

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extra running around to keep prices low.” Weekly sales begin on Saturday mornings on deli meats and cheeses, along with other items in store. “They come in fresh every week. It is fresh and it is unbelievably low priced,” said Tanya Chupp. And on choice weekends, the store holds customer appreciation events featuring special sales, freebies and 25-cent hot dogs made by Joe Chupp. “We really just listened to our customer's needs,” said Tanya Chupp. When the Chupps first opened the store, they put up signs inviting customers to let them know what to carry. “We’re the only market here in town and we want to carry everything anybody needs, whether that’s baby diapers or bulk items.” To better serve the area, Joe and Tanya Chupp want the community to know that if they don’t have it in store, they can look into getting it: Just ask. “We’ve answered many requests, anywhere from lactose-free milk to energy drinks to different kinds of tobacco products,” said Joe. “With gas prices rising, we want to try to make it so people don’t have to drive to Wooster or Millersburg. We have everything here.” The Market is much more than a convenience store for emergency visits, explained Tanya Chupp. “It’s a full service store,” she said, noting that the baby care product line, for example, has shampoos, conditioners, diapers, wipes and “everything they could possibly need.” As an added service, the Market offers free delivery to anywhere in Fredericksburg.


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The Berlin Lions Club enjoyed a beautiful day for the Lions Pride Ride Poker Run. The ride ran from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and participants finished the day with a chicken dinner at the Berlin Fireman’s Festival. Next year’s date for the ride is July 20 and proceeds will benefit Camp Echoing Hills. The upcoming Concert in the Park will be on

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followed by an evening of food and music with local musicians, featuring John Schmid. The Community Birthday Calendar is underway for 2013. See the above site for details on the photo contest with the winner to be featured on the calendar. The next Lions barbecue will be in Charm on Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m.

“We do have a few elderly people in town who we deliver to, and we want to expand on that,” said Joe Chupp, adding that delivery is available to anyone who needs it at a $20 minimum. The attention to detail and commitment to customer satisfaction all come naturally to a family born and raised in the area. They look forward to preserving the traditions the market is known for while adding a few of their own. “It’s the same faces, our customers really like

that,” said Tanya Chupp, noting that Joe’s mother, Sheryl Chupp, has worked at the store for more than 18 years and the Chupp’s two children help with cleaning shelves and packaging candy. “It’s definitely a family affair and we have a dream for this place.” The Fredericksburg Square Market is located at 103 S. Mill St., Fredericksburg and is open 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Monday- Saturday. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or



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Church briefs Family Fun Night is Sunday at Nashville UMC Family Fun Night will be held at Nashville United Methodist Church Sunday, July 29 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Take a lawn chair and listen to live music by Liberated 4 Him. Meet the new pastor, Larry Carnes and enjoy food, games and Christian fellowship.

Melon fest, singspiration is Sunday Welcome Church of Christ, Township Road 257, will have a melon fest and singspiration July 29 with the melon fest to start at 6 p.m. and the singspiration at 7.

Study to be on Revelation Community Bible Church in Millersburg will be conducting a study in the Book of Revelation for all adults on Wednesday evenings, 7

p.m., starting Aug. 1. Also at this time, children can attend a Bible study complete with crafts, snacks and other activities. For more information call 330-316-1036.

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The Sugarcreek First United Church of Christ is having a chicken barbeOutdoor gathering cue on Saturday, Aug. 11, at Jim’s Sunoco in Sugaris Aug. 4 at creek from 11 a.m. until Renner’s St. Paul sold out. Price is $5.50 per Renner’s St. Paul United half. Chicken can be preChurch of Christ will hold an outdoor gathering on ordered by calling 330Aug. 4. There will be games, 852-2341 or 330-852-2632 fellowship and food from or contacting any church 6-7 p.m. Menu includes member. There will be grilled hot dogs, coneys, additional chicken for sloppy joes, chips, cookies sale that day. and a beverage. At 7 p.m., relax and listen to guest Brian Free musical performers including: Chestnut Ridge Blue- dinner concert grass Gospel Singers and will be Aug. 11 saxophonist Kim Clark. Brian Free and AssurFrom state Route 36, for 6.5 miles north on Coun- ance dinner concert will ty Road 93. From Baltic, be held in the lower level take state Route 93 south, banquet facility at the Carturn left onto County lisle Inn of Walnut Creek Road 88, then turn right on Aug. 11. Tickets are $33 and include a family style on Renner Road. Take your lawn chairs dinner, gospel concert, tax or a blanket. In case of and gratuity. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. rain, activities will be Dinner is at 6 p.m. and the moved inside.

concert at 7 p.m. For tickets call 330-852-3058.

Walk with Orphans to hold fundraiser festival Walk With the Oprhans festival, a ministry of Mennonite Christian Assembly in Fredericksburg, will have a fundraiser festival on Saturday, Aug. 11 at the ball field and park by the Fredericksburg School. A 40 and over softball tournament will be played all day. Activities for the kids will begin at 2 p.m. John Schmid will be singing from 3-4 p.m., after which a meal of grilled hamburgers and hot dogs will be served. The auction will begin at 5 p.m. with auctioneer JR Miller. All proceeds will go toward helping families who will adopt children who need a home. The vision of Walk With the Orphans is to become advocates for orphans by meeting their immediate and long-term needs,

including adoption into Christian homes, and to minister to families who have adopted. Everyone is invited to the festival, For more information, call the church at 330-695-4792.

Browns dinner concert is Sept. 8 The Browns dinner concert event will be held in the lower level banquet facility at the Carlisle Inn of Walnut Creek on Sept. 8. For tickets call 330-8523058. Tickets $33 and the price includes a family style dinner, gospel concert, tax and gratuity. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Dinner is at 6 p.m. and the concert is at 7 p.m.

to the store or dropped off at Ray Shaum’s located at 2678 S. Kohler Road, Orrville. Call 330-857-5516 or 330-464-1261 for more information.

Vacation Bible School The theme is “Going for the Gold” at Bible School held July 30-Aug. 2, 6:308:30 p.m., at Amazing Grace Baptist Temple in Millersburg. Classes are for K-6. The church is located at 1150 Massillon Road. For more information call James Butler at 330-674-5635.

Community Bible Church in Millersburg all area children Donations needed invites to Bug Zone VBS Aug. Donations are needed 13-17 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. to help troubled boys. The Activities for ages 2-14 Trading Post Thrift Store include Bible explorahas recently opened at tion and traditional VBS 7703-B state Route 241, activities and snacks. The just west of Mount Hope. church is at 5279 CounAll proceeds will go to ty Road 314, near West support the Ohio Wilder- Holmes High School. ness Boys Camp. Call 330-473-8940 for Donations can be taken more information.

Community Rude behavior the norm in ‘child-centered’ generation “Rudeness is the weak man’s imitation of strength.” — Eric Hoffer. Much as I vowed I would never “turn into my mother,” I’m afraid I have turned into a curmudgeon. I used to be simply astonished by the rudeness in today’s culture, now I’m just ticked off and fed up with it. And sadly — again the curmudgeon side coming out — many (though not all) of the culprits are of the younger generation, say under 35. About 40 years ago, psychologists decided our parenting practices needed to be “child-centered,” which too many people defined as “hey, let’s put the kids in charge and tell them and give them everything they want.” What has resulted is a generation of rude, selfcentered individuals who don’t want to do the work they’re supposed to for the money they want, and who think that whatever they want to do should be allowed. We were driving in

another county this weekend where work was being done in one lane of the highway. People were pulling onto the single open lane from an on-ramp. Though there was a sheriff there (of the younger childcentered generation), he was not directing traffic (which was presumably the reason for even having a sheriff there!) and merely stood by his car. A work truck pulled off the on-ramp and just STOPPED. With the sheriff just standing there and not directing traffic, I was unsure if the truck was waiting for me and I was to go around him, or if the truck was going to stay there because he had to work in that area. So when I went to go around him, the truck started to move. This frustrated me — again

because the sheriff was not directing traffic — so I shrugged as if to say “What do you want me to do?” The sheriff, whose salary is paid by people like me, instead of doing his job and directing traffic, cockily mimicked my shrug and sneered at me. This was rude and did nothing to acknowledge the negligence on his part. And, I suspect, had I been younger and male, I would have received a different response. Silly me, I suppose, for expecting a public servant to do his job instead of behaving like a rude spoiled child. Just this morning, while I was planning this column, my son was watching a crime channel on TV. I was flabbergasted by the number of examples of young people in fights, robbing people, stealing and engaging in a number of other rude behaviors. Daily newspapers are filled with reports of young people, who have been “handed” more privileges, more “toys,” more attention, and more

opportunities than any generation before them acting in rude ways. Teen mothers are arrested for assault, creating wonderful (sarcasm intended) role models for their children. Young men go into adulthood with rap sheets longer than their report cards. And we still excuse, negate, and accept their behavior with comments like “Well, kids will be kids.” We didn’t tolerate this behavior from kids 40 years ago, and their brain chemistry hasn’t changed since then, so why do we tolerate it now. I’ll tell you why. Aside from buying into the psychobabble of the time and engaging in lax parenting, we have been poor role models. Much as I am appalled by the behavior of young people today, it is not only the young who are at fault. It’s as if some people have so little character, are so pathetic, they have to be rude to feel important. Because, via the self-centeredness of today’s culture, they have

been told from birth they are “the most important person in the world,” as if no one else exists. I was returning from the grocery store and there was a buggy ahead of me. There was oncoming traffic, so I was unable to pass the buggy when it pulled into the same turn lane as me. There was a motorcycle behind me itching to get by, so he pulls around me and the buggy (into the right turn lane). Only this rude fella wasn’t turning right; he decided he was “too good” to wait his turn in line. He buzzed by me, the buggy and another car. Now, this rude cyclist gained maybe 20 seconds of travel time ahead of me, yet he nearly caused an accident with his rudeness. Furthermore, I guarantee this rude cyclist would be one of the first to complain that drivers “target” motorcyclists, even though his driving habits were rude and dangerous. See Pg. 7 — RUDE

Briefs Personal An open house celebrating Ava Engelhardt’s 90th birthday will be held Sunday, July 29 from 3-5 p.m. at the home of Mark and Janet Lytle, 9851 Township Road 262, Millersburg. Ava was born July 24, 1922 in Coshocton County to William and Estella Warner. On March 29, 1948, she married John Engelhardt (deceased) and together they had See Pg. 7 — BRIEFS

Bookmobile (Continued From Page 4) 10:30-11:15 a.m.; Heini’s Cheese, 11:30 a.m.-noon; Saltillo, 1-1:45 p.m.; P&G IGA, Killbuck, 3-6 p.m. Friday — Roman Miller, County Road 323, 9:45-10:30 a.m.; Coblentz Equipment, County Road 329, 10:45-11:15 a.m.; Sycamore Run, 1-2 p.m.; Greenfield Village, 2:15-3 p.m.

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Have you ever caught your reflection as you passed a mirror, trying to see yourself as others see you? Some people’s faces seem to always demonstrate a jovial or serene attitude, even in the worst of times. How we react to worry or tragedy is the true reflection of God in our life. God’s love is perpetuated in our smiles and our eyes as we live His love and faith. Worship regularly and pray often. The Bible tells us we are made in our Creator’s image; may we always be His true reflection.

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Officials speak up at Holmes Farm Bureau meeting By BARBARA LANG The 2012 annual meeting of the Holmes County Farm Bureau was held Saturday, July 14 at the Holmes County Training Center. Around 80 people attended including State Representatives Dave Hall and Al Landis; Bob Gibbs, United States Congressman, 18th District of Ohio; Holmes County Commissioner Ray Eyler and Paul Davidson, Farm Bureau District 12 Trustee representing members in Coshocton, Holmes, Knox and Licking Counties. Although the main purpose of the meeting is to cover business, it’s also an opportunity for friends and neighbors to gather, have fun, enjoy a good meal and hear the latest news from the county, state and Washington D.C. Dave Hall, State Representative for Ohio’s 70th District, gave an update on what he’s involved in at the state level in Columbus. Previous to his current position, Hall served for more than a decade as Holmes County commissioner. He also acted as Holmes County Park District director and the County Recreation director. Currently he is the chairman of the Agricultural and Natural Resources Committee. He is the 2011 Ohio Legislator of the Year for the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association. “Clean Ohio, which includes the Farmland Preservation Program, is back in the budget for 2013. The money will be funded at the same level as 2011. It also provides

Briefs (Continued From Page 5) four children: Linda Sue (John) Snodgrass, David (Diane), Ellen (Joe) Miller and Janet (Mark) Lytle. No gifts, please.

Rep. Dave Hall, 70th District, gave an update on what he’s involved in at the state level in Columbus, at the recent meeting of the Holmes County Farm Bureau. money for trails, green space and brownfields. I know a lot about farmland preservation and trails from my experience as a Holmes County Commissioner,” said Hall. Gibbs serves on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee as well as the Agriculture Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives. He is chairman for the Committee on Water Resources and Environment. “I work in two areas under the authority of the Clean Water Act — the entire maritime transportation system, inland waterways, locks, levees and dams on Ohio, Mississippi, Columbia and Missouri rivers, including intercoastal rivers and all the ports … gulf coast, Great Lakes as well as east and west coast. The second area is the Environmental Protection

Agency on the water side. Both of these areas are important to efficiently move commerce and economic growth and job creation,” said Gibbs. “The four points we need to do to bring certainty and restore confidence in our economy are — 1. Get the federal deficit spending headed in the right direction for a balanced budget; 2. Enact common sense regulatory reform which includes the repeal of Obamacare, Dodd Frank and the reining in of the EPA; 3. Tax reform that is permanent and encourages private sector growth and investment; 4. An energy policy that encourages the responsible development of our domestic resources,” said Gibbs. On the lighter side, Jay H e n d r e n ,” A m e r i c a ’ s Funniest Farmer” and, nationally recognized comedian from Colum-

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Rude (Continued From Page 5) I don’t know why we worry so much about terrorists threatening us when the selfishness and rudeness of our own citizens pose the greatest threat. Look at not only the behavior of others around you, but also at

any current headline. A teen at a basketball game throws a “homemade firecracker” which was more like a small bomb, then claims it was a “prank.” A young college student goes into a crowded movie theater and kills at least 12 and injures more than 50 because he thinks he

has a right to. A man goes on vacation with his girlfriend and her children, then strangles and stabs her because she didn’t want what he wanted. WHAT is going on? But the biggest question of all — why do we keep tolerating, excusing, and perpetuating it?

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Mandy Taylor and Case Barton serve up ice cream to Jim and Shirley Croskey at the annual meeting of the Holmes County Farm Bureau. bus, provided the evening’s entertainment. He has performed with Larry the Cable Guy and Ron White and performs all across the country. “I was the shyest kid in my class in school. I started doing stand-up comedy in 1996. I grew up on a farm and am still farming,” said Hendren. His subjects ranged from the county fair, marriage, growing up on a farm, kids and much more. The next Holmes County Farm Bureau activity will be the Holmes County Farm Tour Saturday, Aug. 18. It will take place in the southeast quadrant of the county. With more than 200,000 members, Ohio Farm Bureau is Ohio’s largest

general farm organization. It’s open to anyone who enjoys rural Ohio, whether farmer, gardener, food enthusiast or teacher. Members enjoy many benefits including discounts on a wide variety of services such as health and wellness; auto, farm equipment and supplies; travel and recreation and more. For more information go to www. or call the local Farm Bureau office in Wooster.

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Markets 268 CATTLE — Choice steers 104-110, good steers 97-103.50, Holstein steers 80-95.50, choice heifers 103107, good heifers 95-102.50, good Holstein cows 65-76, yellows and thins 60-down, bulls 70-85. 207 HORSES & PONIES — Top horse 1,200, top pony 235. 4 GOATS — 70-130.

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28 HOGS — 220-250 lbs. 63.50-65.50, sows, light 38-40.25, sows, heavy 40.50-43. 14 FEEDER PIGS — 80 lbs.-up 50-70. 27 FAT CATTLE — Choice steers 106-114, good steers 100106, choice Holstein steers 80-96. 16 BULLS — Jersey bulls 70-79.50, 1,000-1,500 lbs. 78-113, 1,500-2,000 lbs. 87.50-95.

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He will also elaborate on some of his rarest pieces like the Butcher and Trunk record covers for the Beatles’ 1966 album, Yesterday and Today. Museum doors will be open at 7 p.m. so that visi-

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quart-sized mason jar full of Vitamin D; as always, without spilling a drop. Next I grabbed a spoon, shoveled in a double scoop of strawberry stuff and began whipping the drink to a frothing pink mulch with such vigor and enthusiasm that I actually punched a hole in the side of my jar with the spoon! A horizontal pink geyser shot across the countertop, sprayed across my legs and pooled on the floor at my feet! Sylvia raced to help me soak up the mess. “You may never drip when you pour yourself a glass,” she said, “But this maneuver counts for a whole mess of ‘splats’!”

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berry flavoring. It’s sitting on the black countertop with a wet ring of condensation pooling at its base. I step through the door, grab the glass and carefully savor that first, delicious sip; then I chug the rest of it to the bottom without a breath! I dream this dream often, of late, and frequently act upon it the moment I arrive home, however, every once in a while, a cold beer gets in my way. Last week, on a particularly steamy day, I crawled through the back door, swung open the fridge, panted for a moment in front of the milk shelf, then proceeded to fill my favorite

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At any given time, on the top shelf of our fridge, is a gallon jug rapidly working its way toward dry; just behind it are two more, sealed and standing at the ready. If the backup supply should fall below the 1 gallon mark, alarms sound, children cry and a grown man flees to the nearest market lest the whole world come to a screeching halt! I make the journey without complaint as I am every bit addicted as the others. Sometimes when I’m out on the bike pedaling home through a 90-degree afternoon, I begin to daydream of a tall, cold glass of milk. My vision is spiked with a heavy spoonful of straw-

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white splats on the black countertop proved otherwise. I glared menacingly. “So, Dad, how much milk do you suppose we go through each week?” She was hoping to preempt my usual speech on

sloppiness and waste with math. It was a masterful play. “Well, that’s a very good question,” I said. “Let’s just add it all up! OK, first, we go through just about 2 gallons on an average day, so let’s multiply 2 gallons times seven days.” “Oh my gosh!” she said. “That’s 14 gallons a week! That’s just crazy!” “Yes, it is crazy,” I said. “And to make matters even worse at least a gallon of that never even makes it to anyone’s mouth because it’s wasted on the countertop three or four splats at a time, thanks to you boneheaded kids!” She should have known better than to mess with me! While it’s true that I may have exaggerated the quantity wasted on spills, the rest of those numbers are all too real, and actually don’t even include the occasional gallon of chocolate milk I bring home because it is typically drained to mere drops before it even makes it from the back door to the refrigerator. I’m not sure how this stacks up against the typical family of five, but I can assure you there isn’t a person in this house who can make it through the day without at least a tumbler of dairy.


The atmosphere fogged into fine droplets on the outside of the glass as Sylvia poured another tall one — most likely her fifth or sixth serving since breakfast. I eyeballed the whole operation. One would think that given the amount of practice she gets on a daily basis, my youngest daughter (or any of my children for that matter) might be able to pour a glass of milk without dribbling it on the counter. Three

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Miley Holsteins exhibit champions at District 7 By BARB LUMLEY “Outstanding quality all the way,” was the comment from Judge Jeff Brown, Plain City, as he placed the ribbons at the Ohio District 7 Holstein Show held July 14, 2012 at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster. A total of 65 registered Holsteins paraded the show ring. The show began with the Junior Holstein Association members taking the ring to demonstrate their abilities in the Showmanship classes. In the Senior Showmanship class, first place went to Tanner Topp, Wooster, and second to Allison Mangun, Burbank. The Junior Showmanship class winner was Hannah Dye, Beloit, and Keenan Wolf, Wooster, placed second. These are the placings for the show, ( ) indicates Junior winners: Spring Heifer Calf — 1. (1) Ashley Hawvermale 2. (2) Tyler Top 3. (3) Brennan Topp; Winter Heifer Calf — 1. (1) Brandon Sugg 2. RuppVue Farm 3. (2) Kennan Wolf; Fall Heifer Calf — 1. (1) Anna Miley 2.(2) Marissa Topp 3. (3) Allison Mangun; Summer Yearling — 1. Lingle Holstein Farm LTD 2. (1) Logan Schlauch 3. (2) Sarah Phillips; Spring Yearling — 1. Mike Howman 2. (1) Kaleb Kliner 3. (2) Hannah Dye; Winter Yearling — 1. (1) Hannah Dye 2. (2) Anna Miley 3. (3) Caleb Kliner; Fall Yearling — 1. (1) Tyler Topp. Junior Champion Junior Show — Tyler Topp, Fall Yearling, Toppglen Alexander Whoa; Reserve Junior Champion Junior Show — Brandon Sugg, Winter Heifer Calf, Starmar Jordan Princess; Junior Champion Open Show —Tyler Topp, Fall Yearling, Toppglen Alexander Whoa; Reserve Junior champion Open


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In this photo, taken at the Ohio District 7 Holstein Show in Wooster, are Jeff Brown, judge, (left), District 7 Holstein Queen Allison Mangun, Honorable Mention Grand Champion Open Show winner shown by Charles Gleisner. Reserve Grand Champion Open Show winner, shown by Jason Miley; Anna Miley with Grand champion Open Show winner, and Ohio Holstein Queen Jacquelyn Sherry.

Ohio Holstein Queen Jacqueline Sherry (left), and Jeff Brown, judge, are shown with District 7 Holstein Show winners: Honorable Mention Intermediate Champion Open Show, Adam Miley; Reserve Intermediate Champion Open Show, Anna Miley; Intermediate Champion Open Show, Jason Miley. At right is Allison Mangun, District 7 Holstein Queen. Show — Brandon Sugg, Intermediate Champion Year Old, Miley Jasper Winter Heifer Calf, Star- Junior Show — Anna mark Jordan Princess; Miley, Senior Three See Pg. 12 — DISTRICT 7 Junior Two Year Old Cow — 1. (1) Adam Miley 2. Doug Besancon 3. Delbert & Heather Yoder; Senior Two Year Old — 1. Delbert & Heather Yoder 2. Lingle Holstein Farm 3. Clean Up All (1) Hannah Dye; Storm Damage Junior Three Year Old — 1. Jason Miley 2. Delbert & Heather Yoder 3. Lingle Holsteins; Senior Three Year Old — 1. (1) Anna Miley 2. Raygor Farm 3. Delbert & HeathMarvin R. Yoder • 2571 TR 181, Baltic, OH 43804 er Yoder.

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TRACTORS 2004 MCCORMICK C70 73 HP, ........ 390 HRS, 2WD, ROPS, CANOPY, 2 HYDS, NICE!.................$16,900.00 2003 MCCORMICK CX95..90 HP, ........ 1010 HRS, 4X4, CAB, LOADER, SHUTTLE, NICE! ................$36,500.00 SKIDSTEERS 1990 BOBCAT 763 .........43 HP,......... 3140 HRS, 1300 LIFT, BUCKET& MANURE FORK ..................$8,900.00 2005 NH LS185B ............63 HP,......... 435 HRS, 2500 LB LIFT CAPACITY, 2 SPEED, NICE!............$25,900.00 HAY EQUIPMENT HT210.................................NEW, 2 ROTOR HAY TEDDER .......................................................................$2,295.00 EWR1023 ...........................NEW, ECONOMY WHEEL RAKE, 10 WHEELS ............................................$4,895.00 XLRR1022 ..........................NEW, WHEEL RAKE, 10 WHEELS ................................................................$5,995.00 MISC. 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161 CATTLE — Steers 80-85, heifers 59-78, bulls 74-87, good beef cows 66-72.50, medium to good 60-65.50, thin to poor 56.50-down; feeder steers 70-131. 12 SHEEP — Feeder lambs up to 85 lbs. 120-140. 29 GOATS — 7.50-240. 210 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,125-down, bred heifers 1,425-down, service bulls 400-

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Holmes Whitetails Unlimited hosts Youth Day Saturday By ART HOLDEN Outdoor Editor When the Holmes County Chapter of Whitetails Unlimited started up a couple years

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Chad Dial. “Our goal is to keep the hunting heritage strong in our community, and we’re hoping this is a step in that direction.” The WU Youth Day will look a lot like the National Wild Turkey Federation’s JAKES Day, with those attending getting a broad taste of outdoor activities, from trap, air rifle and archery shooting, to gun safety and general deer hunting information. The entire day is free and open to youth ages 7-16, with an accompanying adult. “Our goal is a day in the field,” said Dial. “It’s a break between baseball and football, get the kids back in the outdoor mode. We want to get them pumped up about the outdoors. “We want interaction between the adult and the child, and hopefully we can start an interest in hunting, trap shooting, archery, whatever.” The event is free as the Holmes County chapter of Whitetails Unlimited is supplying all the ammunition, as well as food for lunch. Members of the EHSC, as well as WU chapter members, will be on hand to teach, inform and instruct participants. Gun safety will be taught by the Holmes County 4-H Shooting Sports Club. There will be no registration for the event (Saturday, July 28), as Dial says the Eastern Holmes Sportsman’s Club will be set up for youth to attend

any time from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. “There won’t be rotating groups at stations, just come any time during the four-hour period and we’ll run you through the stations,” said Dial. Those there at 9 a.m., though, will get to hear an opening talk from Ben Rising of Drury Outdoors, a production company that videos hunts. Rising will be available to answer questions on deer hunting, as will Holmes County Whitetails Unlimited members. “Kids can bring their own 12 gauge 20 gauge or .410 shotguns, but for liability reasons, we’ll supply the ammo,” said Dial. “They can also bring their own bows and arrows, but we’ll have plenty of shotguns and bows for those who don’t have them.” At the end of the day, there will be a drawing where two lucky participants will leave with either a Thompson Center Arms muzzleloader or a Parker crossbow, and you don’t have to be present to win. Also, all youth will receive a participation medal from Whitetails Unlimited. “We’d like to get 50 children for the first year,” said Dial. “We’re OK with starting small and building up. We know some of these age groups have a short attention span, so we’re going to try to keep it moving. “We’re going to do the fun things and not bore them to death.” For more information, call Dial at 330-231-2826.

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Clark Township. July 12 — Fraud was July 10 — Holmes reported on state Route County Sheriff’s Office 83 in Prairie Township. July 13 — Theft was responded to a report of fraud at a residence on reported at a residence Township Road 470 in on East Main Street in Berlin. Washington Township. A report was taken of Theft was reported form a business on state Route vandalism to property at a 83 in Mechanic Township. residence on County Road A report was taken of 22 in Knox Township. July 15 — A report was theft from County Road 622 in Killbuck Township. taken of criminal damJuly 11 — Information age to property at a busiwas taken in reference ness on East Millersburg to criminal damaging on Street in Nashville. July 16 — Theft was County Road 51 in Ripreported at a business on ley Township. Information was taken in state Route 83 in Prairie reference to criminal dam- Township. July 17 — Fraud was aging on County Road 330 reported at a business on in Ripley Township. Theft was reported on state Route 241 in Salt Township Road 164 in Creek Township.

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Lesson for rainy day When you write a weekly column, people are always tossing ideas at you. Mostly they come in the form of, “oh no, you’re not going to write about THAT in the paper, are you?” But sometimes, it’s not people supplying material. Sometimes it’s something greater. It was a rather rainy weekday after a rather busy week. Visiting my parents at a place we have been hundreds of times, we decided to do what most people never do — be a tourist in your own town. We all fall victim to this commonality of never going to local attractions until someone from out of town visits, but once the clouds passed we piled in my Jeep and hit the back, gravel roads in search of a couple of historical sights. We drove to a covered bridge that was built just before 1900, for the cost of $150. The economical engineers of yesteryear figured that if they put a cover over their wooden bridges, the life of the bridge would be much longer. Covered areas also served as places for the weary travelers and their horses to rest in a bit of shelter. Now the covered bridge makes an excellent spot for lunch because there’s a picnic table smack dab in the middle of it. Cars no longer pass through, just tourists and hungry visitors. This particular bridge was rebuilt in the last decade or so, to the tune of $186,000. The wood and painting are all new, but there’s just something about stepping back in time. Around the outside of the bridge are lovely flowerbeds, meticulously maintained and mulched with loving hands.

“I wonder who takes care of all of this?” my mother asked. And then we went to the barn. I’ll call her “Joanna” for the purposes of this story, but I’ll tell you that she’s one of the ladies who plants those flowers by the bridge. The garden club does it, she told us, while we stood there and chatted. The barn itself is a historical piece, rare not only for the area but for most of the world. Joanna and her husband have taken it upon themselves to restore it and keep it tidy on the outside. The inside, well, it’s a barn. It’s just where stuff goes. She let us in and, walking over ladders and siding, we saw corn equipment that dates back over 100 years, a swing she is reupholstering for her daughter, and a loaded .22 rifle. “’Possum was in here this morning.” Joanna is in her 70s although you wouldn’t know it as she gave us a tour of the barn that quickly transformed into a tour of her life, her yard and her goldfish pond. And somewhere along the way, she transformed from a tour guide to a wonderful person with stories of a rich life to share, and by the time we left I wish I could have spent the whole afternoon with her, drinking iced tea and sitting on her front porch, listening to all she had to say. Some people

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just radiate kindness and quality. Instead, when it was time to go, I gave a clear warning that I was coming in to give a hug to seemingly a stranger. She hugged back. Tightly, I might add. I’m always telling my kids that the world is full of people who help make up who you are. “Everyone has a story to tell, a lesson to teach,” I preach to them. “Sometimes the person teaches you how to be, sometimes they teach you how not to be. But you’ve got to pay attention to everyone who crosses your path because it happens for a reason.” Most times they don’t really listen to me, but next time I give my little speech I’m pretty sure there will be an addendum about historical landmarks, ’possums, and the value of stopping to say hello.







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Cool and rehydrate: — Cease strenuous activity and get out of the sun. — Drink fluids. — Sit in front of a fan or in an air-conditioned room. — Apply a cooling mist to exposed skin. — Immerse yourself in

(Continued From Page 15) caffeine-free beverages, plus the occasional sports drink to maintain electrolyte balance. If you do become overheated and are feeling the ill effects of high temperatures, take quick action to cool the body

a cool bath, or stand in a cool shower. — Apply a cool compress to your head, face and neck. Tom Havran, product specialist with Aura Cacia (, offers some recipes using essential oils to naturally enhance your efforts to

keep cool in hot weather: Cool and Fresh Eucalyptus Body Mist Ingredients: 4 ounces water 1 teaspoon plain vinegar or herb-infused vinegar (lavender, rose, peppermint, etc.) 12 drops eucalyptus essential oil

9 drops lavender essential oil 3 drops peppermint essential oil Directions: Combine all the ingredients in a spray mister bottle. Shake vigorously and mist the skin. Always shake well before use. Avoid eyes

and sensitive areas. Store the bottle in the fridge or ice chest to heighten the cooling sensation. Refreshing Peppermint Bath Ingredients: 1 tablespoon sea salt See Pg. 19 — COOL




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Cool (Continued From Page 18) 1 tablespoon Epsom salt

1 tablespoon baking soda 5 drops peppermint

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Johnny Appleseed Festival to celebrate 200th year Johnny Appleseed Festival in Apple Creek will celebrate local tradition while also commemorating the establishment of Wayne County. The theme for the festival will be the 200th anniversary of Wayne County on Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28, from 4 to 11 each night at the village park. Both nights will feature a chicken barbecue beginning at 4:30 and continuing until it is gone. Apple Creek

Boy Scout Troop 69 will perform the flag raising ceremony. The event will have booths sponsored by businesses, local clubs, organizations, churches and schools. Wooden nickels will be available to purchase along with a 50/50 drawing and raffle tickets being sold for the drawings on Saturday night. Bingo will be from 7-11 p.m. by the Sons of the American Legion. The inflatables will be a

Committee members who are working together to organize the Johnny Appleseed Festival are Cherie Smith (left), Joe Lackman, Donya Orr, Jerry Knapp, Barbara Clouse (back row), Gary Rogers, Karlene Yoder, and (partially hidden) Gaylen Yoder and Leota Buss; Mike Buss (far right), Robert Tyler, Chrissie Henderson and Ruth Kaplan (front, center.)

See Pg. 21 — JOHNNY



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Early voting being taken in Holmes Early voting is being conducted for the Aug. 7 special election. The only issue on the ballot in Holmes County is a levy for the East Holmes Local School District. The Holmes County Board of Elections office is open weekdays 8 a.m.-4 p.m. It also will be open July 28 from 8 a.m.-noon for early voting, and will be open until 6 p.m. on Aug. 3, the last day for early voting. The polls will be open 6:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. on Election Day at polling locations in the East Holmes District.

Blood drives July 26 — Clark Presbyterian Church, 1392 State Route 83, Millersburg, 2-7 p.m.; and Holmesville American Legion, 9150 State Route 83, Holmesville, 2-7 p.m. Aug. 1 — Becks Mills, 5332 County Road 19, Millersburg, 2-7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2 — United Dayspring Mennonite Church, 5641 Township Road 362, Millersburg, Aug. 3 —Winesburg Fire Department, 2088 U.S. Route 62, Winesburg, noon-7 p.m.

News deadline Deadline for stories, news, articles, is noon on Monday before publication date.

Johnny (Continued From Page 20) balloon bounce house, obstacle course and twolane bungee run, all sponsored by Apple Creek Bank. On Friday there will also be police canines, a princess contest, recognition of the senior citizen queen and the


of the week

Apple Creek Blue Grass Band. Saturday will start with the parade lining up at the Ford garage at 2:30 p.m. It will start through town at 3:30 with Jack Pealer as Johnny Apple-

seed. Entries for the pie and bread baking contest must be at Mayer Carson Hall by 4:30 p.m. This evening features pony rides and a petting zoo from 4:30 to 9:30,

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Obituaries Esther Miller, 90 Esther A. Miller, 90, formerly of Louisville, died July 9, 2012, at Walnut Hills Retirem e n t Community, Walnut Creek. She was born Feb. 7, 1922, in North Lima, the daughter of Harvey and Maggie (Kurtz) Rohrer, and married Wayne E. Miller of Louisville on March 17, 1945. They enjoyed a life of farming for more than 55 years there. He preceded her in death in 2001. Esther was a wonderful homemaker. She enjoyed visiting with friends, being a good neighbor and making new acquaintances. She loved to bake, write letters, play games, sing, watching her grandchildren participate in school activities and encouraging their musical talents. Spending time with family was important to her. She was a member of Beech Mennonite Church, where she taught

Sunday school and Bible school, and was active in the Women’s Sewing Circle. Surviving are children, Neva (Bruce) Stambaugh of Millersburg and Audrey (Robert J.) Schlabach of Sugarcreek; grandchildren, Carrie (Daryl) Bert, Nathan Stambaugh (Meena Ghaziasgar), Joel, Sarah and Rachel Schlabach; great-grandchildren, Evan, Davis and Maren Bert; a brother, Leonard Rohrer; and special nieces and nephews. Along with her husband, Esther was preceded in death by her parents; and a sister, Elsie Linder. A celebration of Esther’s life was held Thursday, July 12 at Beech Mennonite Church, 10037 Easton St., Louisville with pastor Dan King officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Donations may be sent to Beech Mennonite Church in Esther’s memory. The family would like to thank the staff at Walnut Hills for their wonderful care and support. Arrangements were by Stier-Israel Funeral Home Cremation Service, Louisville.

Eli Yoder, 94 Eli N. Yoder, 94, of Wooster, passed away Monday, July 9, 2012, at his home after a period of declining health. He was born near Mount Eaton on March 12, 1918, to the late Noah “Rood Noah” and Fannie (Hershberger) Yoder and married Lucinda Troyer on Nov. 14, 1940. She survives. He was a farmer and had worked at the former Apple Creek Developmental Center for 27 years. He was a member of East Union Mennonite Church. Surviving in addition to his wife, are daughters, Esther (Jake) Hershberger of Navarre, Mary Jane (John) Troyer of Gladys, Va., Edna (Roman) Stutzman of Millersburg and JoAnn (Harvey Jr.)

Hochstetler of Sugarcreek; 16 grandchildren; 31 greatgrandchildren; four stepgrandchildren; and a sister, Fannie Matilda (John) Miller of Breman, Ind. He was preceded in death by a son, Raymond Yoder; his parents; brothers, Dan, John Henry and Abe Yoder; and sisters, Mary Ann Miller, Katie Zook, Elizabeth Miller and Sarah Miller. Services were Friday, July 13, at East Union Mennonite Church, 10678 E. Old Lincoln Way, Orrville. Burial was in the church cemetery. Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton, handled arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to East Union Mennonite Church.

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Arlene McQueen, 96 Arlene McQueen of Baltic entered into eternal peace on Tuesday, July 10, 2012. Arlene Mildred Burkey was born on March 8, 1916, to Dr. Benjamin and Anna (Mast) Burkey in Baltic. She was the youngest of their four children, which included brothers Roland, Harold and a sister Ila. Arlene attended the Moore Institute of Art, Science, and Industry merged with the School of Design for Women in Philadelphia, Pa. She graduated in 1940 having earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in fashion arts and was awarded a fellowship for a year’s study in the school, including working in the fashion district in New York City. During W.W. II, Arlene returned to Ohio and worked as an artist/ illustrator for Schillito’s department store and as a draftsman for Edna Brass Manufacturing Company in Cincinnati. A talented, award-winning, artist/illustrator (specializing in watercolor and mixed media), and clothing designer,

Arlene enjoyed her memberships with the Chillicothe Art League, Garden Club, and Orchard Hill UCC while living in Chillicothe, and St. Peter’s United Church of Christ in Fiat. Arlene was a loving and devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. She was preceded in death by a son, Cyrus; her husband of 59 years, William; and a daughter, Patricia. Surviving are a daughter, Deborah (James) Coder, and grandson, Benjamin Coder; a son, William (Karen) McQueen, grandson Sean, and granddaughters Kalli and Mariana McQueen; and (Cyrus) Cheryl McQueen and granddaughter Shannon McQueen. Services were Tuesday, July 17, at Smith-Varns Funeral Home, 1018 W. Main St., Sugarcreek, with the Rev. Dennis Landaw officiating. Burial was in West Lawn Cemetery, Baltic. Memorial contributions may be made to Cyrus B. McQueen Memorial Research Scholarship at Johnson State College in Vermont, through the Office of Development & Alumni Relations, 227 College Hill, Johnson, Vt. 05656 (www.alumni.

Minnie Haudenschild, 89 Minnie E. Haudenschild, 89, of North Street, Loudonville, died early Wednesday morning, July 11, 2012, at Colonial Manor Health Care Center after a brief illness. Minnie was born June 30, 1923, in Greer, the daughter of the late John and Gertrude (Kyser) Juergens, and was a 1941 graduate of Loudonville High School. She had lived in rural Danville for many years before moving to Loudonville in 1999. She had worked in the cafeteria and brass departments of Mansfield Plumbing Products for 20 years, before retiring in 1988. On Feb. 12, 1946, she married Robert S. Haudenschild. He died in 1987. Minnie was a member of Zion Lutheran Church and was an avid card player, reader, and bowler. Surviving are sons, James (Sherry) Hauden-

schild of Perrysville, and Robert (Billie) Haudenschild of Danville; daughters, Patricia (Richard) Rose of Neward, Faith Hite of Shreve, Barbara (Eric) Barnhart of Glenmont, and Grace Mellinger of Apple Creek; 11 grandchildren; 24 greatgrandchildren; a greatgreat-grandchild; a brother, Louis (Marty) Juergens of Mount Vernon; and a sister, Margaret Mosher of Loudonville. She was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers; and three sisters. Services were Saturday, July 14 at Byerly-Lindsey Funeral Home, Loudonville, with the Rev. Bob Mitchell officiating. Burial was in Loudonville Cemetery. The family requests memorial contributions be given to Hospice of North Central Ohio, 1050 Dauch Drive, Ashland 44805.

Ida Marie Joy, 97 Ida Marie Joy, 97, of Millersburg, passed away, Wednesday, July 11, 2012, at her home. She was born April 5, 1915, in Lower Salem, the daughter of Morgan J. and Lillian (Hendershot) Myers, and married Raymond A. Joy on Aug. 24, 1935. He preceded her in death on April 7, 1989. She had worked at Rice-Chadwick Rubber Co. in Killbuck and was a member of Millersburg Church of Christ. Surviving are an adopted daughter, Judith Wilson of Michigan; a former son-in-law, Franklin Giauque of Killbuck; grandchildren, David

Giauque, Sharon Gilley, Karen Neinhuis, Pamela Conn, Darletta Giauque and Deborah Bell; several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; a brother, Richard “Dick” Myers of Millersburg; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Patricia Joanne; and several brothers and sisters. Funeral services were Monday, July 16 at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, with the Rev. Scott Spencer officiating. Burial was in Paw Paw Cemetery, Lower Salem. The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to Millersburg Church of Christ, 926 E. Jackson St. Ext., Millersburg 44654.

Mattie Troyer, 89 Mattie L. Troyer, 89, Millersburg, passed away July 16, 2012, at Walnut Hills Nursing Home, Walnut Creek. She was born May 6, 1923, in Holmes County to Eli J.S. and Amanda (Shetler) Yoder, and married Levi J. “Brownie” Troyer on Feb. 6, 1964. He preceded her in death. She was a member of the Old Order Amish. Surviving are a sonin-law, Paul E. Miller of Dundee; grandchildren Roy Allen (Melina) Miller of Walhaunding and Mary Sue of Millersburg; great-grandchildren Wyatt Troy and Makayle Marie; a sister, Malinda (Isaac) Schlabach of Kimbolton; a sister-in-

law, Elizabeth Yoder of Dundee; and a brotherin-law, Abe O. Troyer of Sugarcreek. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Lizzie Miller; sisters, Mary Ann (Elmer) Hershberger, Amanda (Joe A.) Miller and Katie Ann (Abe O.) Troyer; and a brother, John E.N. (Elizabeth) Yoder. Funeral services were Wednesday, July 18, at the Marty Kuhns residence, 4921 County Road 19, Millersburg, with Henry A. Nisley officiating. Burial was in Erb Cemetery, Clark Township. Arrangements were handled by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg.

Jamie Miller, infant Jamie B. Miller, infant son of Ben N. and Rhoda (Yoder) Miller, 5961 Township Road 419, Millersburg, was stillborn Thursday, July 19, 2012, at Aultman-Orrville Hospital. His parents are members of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving in addition to his parents, are sisters and brothers, Kristina B., Rachel B., Joel B., Deborah B., Jeremy B. and Geneva B., all of the home; grandparents, Noah (Ada) Miller of Millersburg and John

(Ruth) Yoder of Dundee; and great grandparents, Eli (Mattie) Miller and Eli (Amanda) Hershberger, both of Millersburg, Annie Yoder of Wilmot and Raymond (Emma) Miller of Millersburg. Graveside services were held Thursday evening, July 19, with minister Dennis Miller officiating. Burial was in Miller Cemetery, Walnut Creek Township, Holmes County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek.

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Hard-hitting Hawks rolling at State tourney By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer The hard-hitting Hawks of East Holmes continued to swing hot sticks, hammering Elyria East 10-0 in five innings in the second round of the Little League Senior Division State Tournament Sunday at Lehman Field. The win advanced the Hawks to the winner’s bracket final against Ironton Tuesday at 9 p.m. Ironton defeated Miami 11-6 earlier on Sunday. East Holmes scored three runs in the first inning and tacked on three more in the second. The lead was 8-0 after three. The Hawks won with two more in the fifth. Todd Ropp and Zach Lowe combined to blank Elyria on two hits. Ropp worked the first three innings to pick up the win. He allowed only two hits, striking out four and walking one. Lowe relieved and kept Elyria off the board, stranding runners at third twice. Jordan Yoder got the first-inning rally started with a double to center. Ropp walked. After Eric Hershberger flew out to center, Kendall Bontrager laced a fly ball to right that was misplayed into a three-base error. Kyle Troyer then knocked Bontrager home with a single to cap off the rally. Brandt Miller walked to open the second inning. Taylor Raber doubled him home. Yoder drove Raber home with an RBI-single to center. He went to second on the throw home. On a flyout to center by

Ropp, Yoder tagged up and advanced to third, but when the throw eluded third baseman Seth Harrah, the speedy Yoder scored without a throw. Brandt Miller singled to start the third. He was erased on a fielder’s choice. Yoder plugged the gap in right-center and when the cut-off throw was bobbled, Yoder raced home with an inside-the-park home run to give the Hawks an 8-0 lead. “I thought Jordan’s swing might’ve been the best he’s had all summer, and he’s had a lot of good swings,” said East Holmes manager Mke Yoder. “Taylor Raber had a a couple nice swings, Todd Ropp hit the ball hard. We hit the ball well. Zach Lowe swung the bat well, Brandt Miller continues to swing well; we just need to keep it going. “I think we’ll have a pretty good match-up against Ironton on Tuesday,” Yoder added. “They’re a pretty good ballclub. We’ve got all our pitching available for Tuesday.” Elyria reliever Jagar Shaffstall had a hard time finding home plate in fifth inning. After going 3-0 to Raber, the East Holmes leadoff hitter laced a shot to the gap and was at third. Yoder and Ropp walked and Zach Mast walked to force in the ninth run. Jack Klingshirn relieved and threw a wild pitch, scoring Yoder with the game-ending run. “I try to take advantage of every mistake and put the pressure on them,” Jordan Yoder said. “We’ve had a lot of good practices that help us mentally and

physically. We’re playing with a lot of confidence. I think we feed off of each other’s confidence.”

SECOND-ROUND GAMES — In the opener on Sunday, Ironton jumped out to an early lead and then held on to top Miami 11-6. Derek Battise was the winning pitcher for Ironton, and helped his own cause with a pair of doubles. Hardscrabble rebounded from its opening-round loss to East Holmes to pummel Painsville 17-3 in five innings. Hardscrabble banged out five runs in the first inning and put up crooked numbers in every inning, pounding out 16 hits, including three triples and a double. Lane Stevenson and Cody Harsman tripled and singled for the winners. Shaun Bullion tripled and Nick Gray added a double and two singles to pace the Hardscrabble offense. Hardscrabble squares off against Miami on Monday.

East Holmes’ Todd Ropp rounds third and heads for home to score during the Hawks’ 10-0 romp over Elyria East during Little League Senior Division State Tournament action Sunday at Lehman Field.

game for Hardscrabble. “He threw less than 40 pitches in four innings. I’ll take that any time,” said East Holmes manager Mike Yoder. “If we OPENING NIGHT OF play good defense and we ACTION — East Hol- throw strikes, I feel we can mes lefty Jordan Yoder compete against anybody was masterful, throwing here. Those are the two four perfect innings, while things we absolutely need he and his teammates to do: play defense and pounded out 13 hits and throw strikes. Jordy throws took advantage of six 40 pitches in four innings Hardscrabble errors to and Clyde threw 29 in score a 15-1 win over the one. We can’t have that. “But I’ll give Clyde a Dayton-area entrant in the opening round action break. He just came back of the Little League from vacation this week,” Senior Division State Yoder added. “I wanted Tournament Saturday at to get him in and get him some work and get him Lehman Field. Yoder fanned seven of going. He’s going to have the 12 batters he faced, to be big for us down the throwing 37 pitches. road.” The Hawks were the Clyde Yoder pitched a hitless fifth inning, but a visitors by virtue of a walk and a hit batsman coin flip, and had first atled to the lone run of the bats, but couldn’t come

up with a big hit in the first inning against Hardscrabble starter Nick Gray, who walked three straight with one out. A called third strike and a ground out enabled Hardscrabble to escape the first inning unscathed, but Gray wasn’t so lucky in the second inning. Zach Lowe walked to start the frame but was gunned down trying to steal. Brandt Miller singled and Zack Mast walked. Taylor Raber laced an RBI-single, and Jordan Yoder followed with another single to score Mast. Raber and Yoder scored on a Todd Ropp rope and the Hawks led 4-0. Ropp scored on an RBI-single from Kyle Troyer to cap off the fiverun second. The Hawks tacked on two more in the fourth

inning on an error, a walk and an RBI-single from Brandt Miller, who went 3-for-3 on the day to lead the 13-hit East Holmes attack. “We worked this week in practice on going with the pitch, not trying to pull everything,” Yoder said. “Take that soft stuff away and drive it the other way. The kids played great. What I liked the most was their level of intensity. They came ready to play. We need to continue to do that. If we do that, we’ll be fine.” East Holmes put the game out of reach with eight runs in the fifth, the crowning blow being a two-run triple off the right field fence by Jordan Yoder. Yoder drove in four on the day, going 3-for-4 and scoring three times.

No consistency with 5-wood causes commotion at Hawk’s Nest My 5-wood abandoned me! For weeks, the only club in my bag that I could consistently count on for a straight, 200-yard shot was my 5-wood. During Friday’s Daily Record Golf Challenge at the Hawk’s Nest, it was not a good time to struggle from just beyond 200 yards, because that’s where most of my second shots were from, leading to back-to-back 50s and a solid century.

And while that sounds bad, I didn’t hit the ball all that badly to wind up with 100 strokes. I managed two pars and two bogeys on the front and two pars and a pair of bogeys on the back. It was the back-to-back tri-

ples on holes 4 and 5 on the front and the same misfortune on 11 and 12 on the back that helped me accumulate so many strokes. And on each of those triples, it was a shanked 5-wood that led to trouble. “That’s golf,” my riding partner Steve Hathaway said. But it was those shining moments like the back-to-back pars on No. 2 and 3, and the pars on

the par-5 13th, and the lone par of the foursome on the par-3 15th that keep me coming back. I had a couple threeputts along the way as well, helping to pad my score, but for the most part, my putter worked well. It was that blasted 5 that let me down. After watching the trio of players tee off on the first hole, I felt I was in way over my head, but I hit a decent drive in the center of the fairway and

thought, ‘hey, I can do this.’ But then I pulled out my 5 and dribbled one about 150 yards. And that’s how my day went. A stranger, my 3-wood, came in handy when I got my par on 13, as I went to that club instead of my 5-wood, and wound up landing just beyond the green on my third shot. A nice chip and tap-in made that par. On the par-3 15th, with the pin nestled safely behind the bunker to

the left, I was the lone player to go right, and was the lone player on the green after our tee shots. All three of the challengers went at the pin and wound up on the beach. It was a wonderful day weather-wise and the course was in great shape considering how little rain we’ve had this summer. The company was also delightful. All-in-all, another tough day at the office.

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LEGAL NOTICE OF ELECTION ON TAX LEVY IN EXCESS OF THE TEN MILL LIMITATION Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Resolution Nos. 12-035 and 12-039 of the Board of Education of the East Holmes Local School District, Ohio, adopted on April 16. 2012 and April 26, 2012, respectively, there will be submitted to a vote of the electors of said School District at an election to be held in said School District at the regular places of voting therein, on Tuesday, August 7, 2012, the question of an additional tax levy in the sum of One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars (1,500,000) per year for a a period of five years for the purpose of providing for the emergency requirements of East Holmes Local School District. If a majority of the voters voting thereon vote in favor thereof, that tax will be first extended on the tax list and duplicate in 2012, and first due and collected in calendar year 2013. The estimated tax outside of the ten-mill limitation necessary to raise that annual amount as certified by the Holmes County Auditor is 3.77 mills for each one dollar valuation, which amounts to 37.7 cents for each one hundred dollars of valuation. The polls for the election will open at 6:30 a.m. and remain open until 7:30 p.m., of said day. By order of the Board of Elections, of

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COUNTY: HOLMES ACTION DATE : The Budget is expanding and hiring in its The following applications 07/12/2012 LEGAL NOTICE advertising sales department. Established and/or verified complaints 100 Position Wanted To: Edwin C. Drake, its sucFACILITY DESCRIPTION: local territory and active accounts. Expewere received, and the fol- DW FINANCIAL ASSISrience in sales or the service industry is cessors and assigns, This is notice that the oil and lowing draft, proposed and TANCE CUSTOM HAY mowing, plowing, disking good but not necessary. Competitive & manure hauling. Merle Miller, compensation plus benefits. Send cover gas lease dated January 12, final actions were issued, by IDENTIFICATION NO. : letter and resume to: The Budget, Atten330-600-9170 the Ohio Environmental Pro1976, between Jack E. and FS390490-0004 tion Sales Position, PO Box 249, tection Agency (Ohio EPA) or Lenna E. Nowels The proposed project con- EXPERIENCED BOOK keeper/ secretary. Sugarcreek, OH 44681. (“Lessor”) and Ohio Berea last week. The complete sists of the construction of a Various programs. Full-time/ part-time. INSURANCE BILLING Oil Company (“Lessee”), public notice including addi- new 292,000 GPD water 330-231-7447 or 330-567-3951 SPECIALIST has been forfeited for reason tional instructions for sub- treatment facility for iron I WANT to haul workers from Fredericks- We are looking for an enthusiastic, comand professional individual to of non-compliance, and mitting comments, request- and manganese removal, raw burg , Mt. Hope area, reasonably priced. passionate join our team. The position is responsirental payments have not ing information or a public water main, finished water Ask for Mitch, 330-231-8880 ble for billing & collecting all insurance been made to the named Les- hearing, or filing an appeal main, replacement of old & Medicaid for behavioral healthcare sermay be obtained at: http:// 105 General vices. This includes working with sor making this lease null steel waterline that is causing Emdeon, enrolling clinical staff in CAQH poor water quality to one and void. This lease was asand pre-qualifying clients' medical benesigned to Edwin C. Drake or Hearing Clerk, Ohio subdivision, and 330 water Help Wanted on Construction Crew. fits. Previous social work & insurance through an Assignment of EPA, 50 W. Town St. P.O. meters. Paid holidays & paid vacations. Between background required. Must be able to Berlin and New Bedford area. Call work in a fast pace environment and be Oil and Gas Lease dated Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio extremely accurate. Full-time position/ April 22, 1996, and recorded 43216. ANNUAL HEALTH DIS- 330-231-4015. benefits. Ph: 614-644-2129 email: with the Office of the ReTRICT SURVEY Interested in agriculture/working on Send resume: corder, Holmes County, computers daily? or 104 Enjoy working with the public/ Learning Spink St., Wooster EEOC Ohio at Volume 121, Page HOLMES COUNTY a variety of office responsibilities? Fa636. An affidavit of expi- FINAL ISSUANCE OF HEALTH DISTRICT CONCRETE FINISHERS and laborers miliar with global information systems? ration and forfeiture will be OAC CHAPTER 3745-31 85 NORTH GRANT, This is just a sample of the work at the needed. Call 330-674-4365 for an appliT O SUITE B USDA/FSA Office. We have an imme- c a t i o n o r e m a i l r e s u m e t o filed with the Holmes M O D I F I C A T I O N Experience County (Ohio) Recorder if P E R M I T - T O - I N S T A L L M I L L E R S B U R G , O H diate opening at the Farm Service required. Agency Office in Millersburg, OH. We AND OPERATE Edwin C. Drake, its succes44654 OH administer FSA programs at the local sors or assigns do not release ACTION DATE : level. Applications will only be acHOLMES PANEL Drivers Trucking cepted through USAJOBS website at 110 the lease within 30 days of 07/17/2012 3052 STATE ROUTE 557 announcement this notice. The lease is deFACILITY DESCRIPTION: #ADZ709319-OH. Once you access the B A L T I C O H SOLID WASTE scribed as follows: website; insert Millersburg, OH in the DRIVERS: $2,500.00 Sign-On Bonus! ACTION DATE : IDENTIFICATION NO. : Where and click Search Jobs. Next Top Paying Dedicated Runs! click on Program Technician. Several Consistent Freight & Weekly Home-Time. Volume 78, Page 477 in the 07/17/2012 22925 will guide you through the process. Werner Enterprises: 1-888-567-3109 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: Office of the Recorder, On July 17, 2012, the direc- tabs Be certain to complete the entire appliHolmes County, Ohio, com- AIR tor of Ohio EPA determined cation process. Deadline is Aug. 6, IDENTIFICATION NO. : 125 Medical / Healthcare prised of 42 acres, more or that the Holmes County 2012. FSA is an Equal Opportunity Emless, in the Township of P0110281 Health District is in substan- ployer. Washington, H o l m e s Chapter 31 Modification for tial compliance and hereby XRAY TECHNICIAN County, Ohio, primary term a woodworking shop and a place the Holmes County LOOKING FOR a responsible, mature PART-TIME position in busy specialty person who loves children and art to supractice for a registered, licensed of ten (10) years. Of the en- wood waste bin controlled Health District on Ohio pervise activities at the Wayne Center for surgical xray technician. Must have flexible hours cumbered 42 acres, Lessor by 30000 cfm cyclone/ EPA's approved list of health the Arts. Must be available starting the and be willing to work in offices in Wayne Lenna E. Nowels still owns baghouse, and the associated districts authorized to admin- end of August on Tuesday and Thursdays and Holmes Counties. Send resume and wood waste load out. 35.883 acres. ister and enforce the solid from 4:00PM-8:00PM. Please mail cover cover letter to: WOSM, 3373 Commerce ter and resume t o : Pkwy, Ste 2, Wooster, OH 44691. ATTN: and infectious waste and l e No phone Elsie APPROVAL OF APPLICACommunications regarding construction and demolition calls, please. this lease should be directed TION FOR WATER SUP- debris laws and rules in acWood Door Manufacturing PLY REVOLVING LOAN cordance with Ohio Revised 135 Child Care 1st & 2nd Shift openings Code Chapters 3734, 3714. and applicable Ohio Ad- Wayne Dalton, a Division of Overhead WILL BABYSIT at my home in Mt Hope Corp. located in Mt. Hope Ohio is area. Prefer infant. Please call ministrative Code rules. The Door accepting applications for experienced annual survey was com- Wood Workers for our Wood Door Manu- 330-359-5685 pleted on May 16, 2012. facturing Departments. Wayne-Dalton is This approval is subject to an industry leader in the garage door 195 Services that is easily accessible from all rules, regulations, and business Dover, New Philadelphia, Wooster, specified conditions. Massillon/Canton and surrounding areas. FOR RENT: 20' x 30' tent w/ curtains or

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ROUTE 83 Restaurant 7501 SR 83 Holmesville Monday-Sunday 6am-9pm Great Food & Spirits. Breakfast all day! 330-279-3663 WILL DO quilting in my Millersburg area house. Please call 330-359-5523. NOTICE: MOVED Honey Vonegar to John - Mattie Hershberger, 3341 CR 114, Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681. Formerly Mattie Troyer. Sunday coats by sizes.

Prospective employees will be responsible for assembling product to specifications according to blueprints and drawings, bill of material and work orders. Use of power and hand tools required. Employee must be able to read and interpret work orders and indentify and inspect required components for assembly. We offer: Competitive pay with complete benefit package including health, dental, life, disability insurance, 401(k), paid vacations and holidays. Overhead Door Corporation is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Qualified candidates can apply at: or apply in person at the Mount-Hope Facility Security Shed located in Mount-Hope Ohio. HELP WANTED: Part time driver worker with truck for roofing crew. Phone (330) 473-5902. POWER WASHERS -Part time weekend work. Valid drivers license a must. 330-852-7111

screens. Also 12' x 12' pop-up tent. 330-852-3139 VM

FOR RENT: Case skid Loader with bucket, pallet fork, manure fork. Also 4 ton dump trailer and 30 ton log splitter. Henry J. Miller, Sugarcreek. 330-852- 3363.

150 Food Services EAST OF CHICAGO Berlin location only. Open interviews, 7/31, 2:30pm- 4:30pm at Berlin EAST OF CHICAGO. Hiring all positions. Pick up application at Berlin or Millersburg Store. Bring photo ID. 330-893- 1717 any questions, call.

155 Sales / Marketing SALES Have Ag & Sales Experience? Local OH exclusive territory. Great $$$ Flex hours. Computer skill NOT needed. Start ASAP. 941-456-8384/cell

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TACKLE BOX full of old wooden fishing lures; Box full of old postcards; 50-pc. Currier & Ives plate set-$2.00/ea. 330-897- 6602, lv. msg.


Appliances Electronics

FOR SALE: Kenmore self cleaning oven, $250. (330) 234-0882, Shreve. 20 CU ft chest freezer for ice box. Still in good shape, $175. obo. David C Kauffman, 4365 US 62, Millersburg, OH 44654. DOMESTIC Refrigerator, $150--suitable for basement or shop. 330-401-8262. BOYER'S NEW & used appliances: washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves & freezers. Starting at $100. and up. 740-294-5207. GUNSMITHING & Reloading business for sale. Serious inquiries only. Call Marvin, 330-763-4808 BRAND NEW G.E. Gas Dryer. Paid $679 asking $500. Remodeled kitchen and it no longer fits. Millersburg 330.231.3662

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OLDER FORD tractor with loader, good cond. $4900. (330) 317-7048. NO MORE FLAT TIRES. Tube or tubeless. Bicycles, pony carts, trailers, wheel barrow, skid loaders, misc. farm equip. Will install on your premises. 330-763-1070 NEW .HOLLAND 256 rake, reconditioned. McCormick #9 regular gear mower, reconditioned with bolted on rubber. EZ spreader. (330) 852-2666. Mahindra 2615 tractor, 26 HP, diesel, 4 wh. drive w/ attach. (330) 432-7674

FOR SALE: Hesston 5530 round baler, w/ 35 hp engine, field ready. Also dump station with glass jar. 330-473-9139

FOR SALE: Used 5-burner natural gas stove, electric ignition, $75. Call 330-763-4808.

FOR SALE: Faulker pump and mount for chicken house. 330-893-2037

FOR SALE: XANTREX Inverter/Charger, Trace DR Series, 24/24, complete setup, batteries included. 330-301-2580.


FOR SALE: PSP 3000 with 9 tapes & charger, works excellent. $210. Phone (330) 852-8807 ext 1.

HAY SPECIALS on round bale and small squares. Also wheat straw and corn stalks. Wayne Miller Holmesville. 330-763-1070

8' COMPLETE fluorescent light sets. $15 each. 330-893-3033. Ask for Mervin P. FOR SALE: Completely rebuilt Maytag wringer washer. Call Henry A. Raber, (330) 674-5691



DELL INSPIRON 530 desk top, Intel core 2 processor, 2 GB ram, Windows XP, Microsoft Office, 19" flat monitor, drive for all removable storage. Accessories and Norton protection included. $250. Phone (330) 496-9208.


FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads avaliable. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462. FIREWOOD, KILN Dried, cut offs. 10 yd load $85 + delivery. Henry J. Miller. 330-852-3363. FIREWOOD KILN dried kindling wood. Excellend fire starter. 75 lb. bags, $7.50 ea. Call 330-674-7920

Garage Yard Sales

Open every Wed. 9-3 in July, Skip's Antiques and yard sale items C.R. 192, Holmesville. New items added weekly. ELEMENTARY TEACHING SUPPLIES...Kid's books, prof. books, games, manipulative, and so much more! July 27-30, 10-4 daily. 522 W. Hutton Rd, Wooster. GRAMPS AND Grams Flower Patch Garage Sale: Summer clths (teens sz 2

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ANNIVERSARY SALE! July 27th & 28th, 5%-25% off storewide. Large variety of harness, carts and horse related items. Door Prizes! Refreshments Fri., 7-8 & Sat., 7-5. Valley Harness Shop 5150 TR 606 Fredericksburg, OH 44627. 10 yr old black and white pony gelding, 34" tall, TSS, a good beginners pony, real tame. Merlin Miller (330) 852-7718. FOR SALE: 2 Yr. old 38" black & white gelding pony, well broke to ride & drive, $500. Matt Wengerd, 330-897-0554 4 YR old reg. chestnut Morgan gelding, traffic safe & sound, would make a good boys horse. (330) 852-1485. FOR SALE: Katahdin ewe lambs, $200 ea. Also 3 yr old Katahdin ram for sale. (330) 897-1438 vm. 6 Yr old Dutch cross mare with a Demasco colt by her side. Black with a stripe and one white, bred back to Commander for 2013. $1600; Also yearling 3/4 Dutch stud colt out of Demasco. 740-552-1722 9 YEARS old mare, trotter, willing traveler, drives nice, 16H. Well built. TSS. $1200. Eddie, (740) 624-3761.

Farm Products Produce and up- womens XXL), Men's clths FOR SALE: one saanen milking goat and 34-XXL, kitchen items, bedding, books, baby items and toddler toys, boys clths 18 mo. -4T, lots of misc, and Perrenial plants. 8073 Critchfield Rd., Shreve. Mon.-Sun, 9-6.

one saanen nanny goat. Levi Hershberger 330-893-0214

HUGE SALE: July 27-28, 8am-4pm. First/Kind. teaching materials/books, household, collectibles, baby/kids clothes, W. Clay Fredericksburg

2 yr. old blonde geldings, 1/2 brothers, matched, broke, well-mannered, good honest team, $4600. Noah Yoder, 6928 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-1000.

FOR SALE: straw, square bales. Call 330-844-3516


ATTENTION WILL do custom round baling, hard core or soft core. With knives or without. Wet or dry. Also, mowing, raking hay, small square baling, other field work. Wayne Miller 330-763-1070

7 YR old mare, boys horse deluxe, pretty. Fast traveler. Also have a few more good horses on hand. These horses are TSS. (330) 852-4283, VM. Dale Schlabach.

AVAILABLE FOR lease. Reg. Holstein bull. Sired by O-Man. Dam is Red & white cow from John Daniel herd. Jacob M Yoder, 3053 TR 606, Fredericksburg, 44627. (330) 359-0140.

Taking orders for Red Haven Peaches. Coming week of July 23. Order now! Ginger Gold & Yellow Delicious apples, baby gold Peaches, and Pineapples. Millers Greenhouse, 330-359-5942

FOR SALE: 5 yr old Donkey Jenny & 10 mo. old Jack; 2 yr old 35" black gelding pony, broke to ride and drive. Ivan Lee Miller 6811 TR 331 Millersburg, OH 44654 330-674-0080 VM

HAY FOR sale. 4x4 round, first cutting. No rain, stored inside. Can deliver. $89. per bale. 330-893-3299.

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7 YR old Morgan Gelding, Chestnut, broke to ride and drive. 330-600-1430

7 yr old gelding trotter, surrey size, family horse. Women can drive, good traveler, TSS. $2300. Owen Mast, 7055 TR 323, Millersburg. 330-279-2628 VM 2 yr old dark chestnut & white pony. 38" tall, kid broke to ride and drive, TSS. John Troyer 4370 TR 606, Fredrcksbrg FOR SALE: Barred Rock Pullets, brown

Construction Equipment FOR SALE: 40 acres mixed hay. Phone TEXAS DALL and Katahdin rams. Joseph egg layers. Andrew Hershberger, 8427 TR (330) 276-2930, Killbuck area.

CAT -941 crawler/ loader. Good cond. Asking $11,000. 440-308-6345.

635, Fredericksburg. 330-674-0345

1047 West Main Street Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681 330-852-4111 (330) 852-4111 40 West Jackson St., Millersburg, Ohio 44654 888-852-4111 330-674-7355 Toll Free: 888-852-4111

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FAMILY Buggy LED lights, turn signals, brake lock, full child seat, excellent condition. 330-359-1113

Hershberger, 330-897-1091.

VERMEER TRENCHER V-4150A 6 ft. bar with backhoe, $5500 Cat. Skidloader 262B, 3477 hrs., 84 H.P. $20,500. 279-4080 Voice Mail.


WE TRADE firewood for junk. Deliveries available. 330-275-7980

250 FOR SALE: New Idea one row corn picker with Honda 13 HP motor, exc. cond. $2,500.00. 7 foot Dunham disc, good condition. $850.00. (330) 852-3173.

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WANTED: SILO PIPE & distributor. 330-893-3701

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2010 Polaris trail blazer 330. Used less than 300 hours. (330) 432-7674 FOR SALE. Massey Ferguson 290 diesel tractor, less than 4,000 hours, good tires. Good tractor. Asking $8000. (330) 231-3592. Can delivery for free in Holmes County. FOR SALE: Case 500 diesel, power steering, pulley, PTO & hydraulics. Levi. Yoder Jr, 2283 SR 557, Baltic. (330) 897-0405.

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221 SW Church St, Sugarcreek Completely remodeled in 2009, this 3/4 BR, 2 BA ranch home gives you a new house feeling with a very affordable price tag. This home provides a contemporary/modern feeling and is move in ready. Must see property. $159,900 Curt Yoder 330-204-2447 Kate Overton 330-204-9339

159 Buckeye St, SW Sugarcreek Great 4 BR, 2 BA home in Sugarcreek with extra elbow room. There are several large garden areas, and nice landscaping along with beautiful rear patio and a large front porch. All on over ½ acre lot. $149,900 Curt Yoder 330-204-2447 Kate Overton 330-204-9339







5802 TR 353, Berlin Beautiful East Holmes property! This offering boasts an updated 3 BR,2.5 BA home, 4 car detached garage/ shop, and additional outbuildings all on a very scenic 17 acres. $550,000 D. Anthony Kaufman 330-231-4211 Kate Overton 330-204-9339

9 yr old black stallion. 2 whites & star, proven and broke to drive, $1000; Also saanen cross milking goat, $125. Willis Yoder, 5189 CR 19, Millersburg, 330-893-1973 ext. 2. 2 HORSE trailer, $1,100.00. obo. Millersburg, (330) 275-2665.

26th Anniversary

Annual Benefit Auction

The Rainbow of Hope Foundation Location: At the Mt. Hope Auction Barn, Mt. Hope Ohio. (Holmes County) From Canton take US 62 west to SR 241 south to Mt. Hope and Mt. Hope Auction Barn.

Friday July 27 & Saturday July 28, 2012

Saturday Auction Starts at 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. Large selection of quality locally make oak, cherry, & other wood furniture including: 42”x60” Hard Maple Table, Shaker Style w/ 6 Leaves and 6 Chairs; Red Oak Table Shaker Style w/ 2 Captain’s Chair and 4 Side Chairs; Quarter Sawn White Oak Table; 6pc Brown Maple BR Suite; 5pc Cherry BR suite; 5pc Maple Shaker BR Suite; Cherry Queen Bed; Log Bed; Queen Super Soft Mattress Set; 2 Roll Top Desks; Desk; Sec. Desk; Mission Table; Mission Chairs; Cherry sideboard; Corner hutch; Pie safe; Cherry & Oak Secretaries; 2DR Hutch; Oak File Cabinet; Book Case; State Clock; Oak Coffee & End Tables; Cherry 3-Drawer Nightstand; Cherry Double-Mule Chest; Hall Tree; Landscape Mirror; Oak Chairs & Step Stools; Oak Quilt Rack; Glider Rocker; Hickory Rocker; Child’s Rocker; Serving Cart; Wood Carving; excellent selection of hardwood pieces, many additional items forthcoming for the auction. Pieces will include Rustic Cherry, Quarter Sawn White Oak, Maple, and Walnut as well as numerous other hardwood species. Approx. 9:30 a.m. Quilts: Approx. 100 large quilts and wallhangers, misc, numerous patterns. 12:00 noon Auction Highlights: 32’x44’ Shop/Garage Building (built on your lot), see additional advert for more details, Burley Walnut Keim Lumber Clock; Studebaker Jr. Wagon; Antler Pen; 1.5 gallon ice cream freezer w/ Maytag motor. Hand forged Fillet Knife by Sugarcreek Forge. Semi Load 4/4 White Oak Quarter Sawn, Kiln Dried Lumber. 12:30 p.m. Dairy Heifers: bred heifers; calves; feeders. Horses, Ponies & Buggies, to be sold after Heifers: Assorted horses and ponies; Mini-Surrey w/ LED lights, fiberglass shaft; 2-seater Open Buggy; Bowman Top Buggy; Driving Sulky; Pioneer Forecart; Buggy Harnesses; set of draft harness; Pony Harness. Additional items forthcoming. Power Equipment; Lawn Furniture, Storage Barns, Sporting Goods & Misc: Holland Gas Grills; 10’x14’ Breezewood screened n Cabin; Hunting Cabin; Gazebo; 8’x10’ & 10’x12’ storage barns; Play-Mor Swing Set; Children’s Play Set; flip flop picnic table; vinyl glider; 4 ft. oak glider; square picnic table w/ benches; 4 pc. wicker outdoor set; 2 ft. lighthouse; rabbit hutch; 2 – 8 ft. folding poplar benches w/ cherry stain; Stihl Blowers, generators; swing set; gym set; Hickory swing; portable barbeque set; 2 cape cod cedar chairs; leaf blower; 50’ air hose; mailbox post; numerous additional new items. The ROH Board Members will donate 6 hours of labor, as a group, for any Monday in August, to be sold at 12:00 Noon.

Terms: Cash or Good Check with Proper Identification. Visa and MasterCard accepted – Rain or Shine. Shop/Garage Building Terms: 20% down day of auction, 50% upon commencement of project and balance at completion. Construction must take place in 2012. Please note all items are subject to change prior to the auction. Numerous pieces to be added. Visit our websites for additional information and photos, as well as information on the foundation.; www.kaufmanrealty. com;; Note: This is the 26th year for the Rainbow of Hope Auction. The Foundation would like thank the community for the overwhelming support it has shown for the past 25 years. Come help us celebrate our community helping children in our community. Auctioneers: Steve Andrews, Jr. Miller and others For more information call (330) 674-5062 10054097

5' King Tutter brush hog; Good corn binder; Papec Silo filler w/ extra knives. (330) 893-1308.

413 Dover Rd, Sugarcreek Stately family home makes a hit with 2400 sq ft living area. 4 BRs 2 BAs, 2 heat sources, gas fireplace, F/R in basement has 2nd small kitchen, walkup attic, 2 car garage and more. $145,000 Bob Schlabach 330-401-7010

NOTICE: FARMERSTOWN Auction will be having an outdoor driving horse sale, Sat., July 28th. Hitching at 8:30am. Sale starts at 10am. Expecting several dealers from Indiana. For more information, call 330-897-3410. Sale Barn: 330-897-6081

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Friday Evening (July 27, 2012) activities include: • Fish Fry • Chicken BBQ starting at 4:00 p.m. • Tools & Toys Auction – 6:00 p.m. • Local Entertainment – 7:30 p.m Dan Bartlette • Volleyball Tournament – Teams by Donation • Lots of Food, Fun, & Fellowship • Bake Sale – Friday & Saturday • Silent Auction –Saturday

WANTED: CEMENT stave silo. (330) 359-0140. FANS: Two 4 ft Acme 230 volt, 1 HP, 4 blade with shutters & cones, exc. cond., $550. each. One 2 ft Acme 120 volt, 1/2 HP w/ shutter & cone, $350. One 24" 1/2 HP, 120 volt, Acme Fan-Jet w/ poly frame, $250. One 18" 1/3 HP, Acme Fan-Jet with poly frame, $250. Lots of motorized fan shutters, 3x5, 3x3 & 2x2, $20. each. (330) 674-6918.

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Rainbow of Hope Foundation P.O. Box 8 * Mt. Hope, Ohio 44660

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3 yr old Brown and white paint gelding pony. 42" tall, broke to ride and drive, very quiet. 330-359-5936. 8 YEARS old standard bred gelding, buggy size, perfect for older people or children. (330) 674-1887. 3 YEARS old brown pony mare. Good broken, traffic safe. Asking $350. (330) 893-1603. OLDER Kid friendly Quarter Horse m a r e . Best offer. 330-674-0364. 6 YR. old black standard bred gelding. TSS been in buggy for 2 yrs. Abe C. Yoder, 330-893-4211 ext. 1. APHA black & white Overo stallion. Bald face, blue eyes, 15.2HH, proven producer. For sale, lease or trade. Phone (740) 824-4361. 3 YEAR old gelding, Thunder Road (Balanced Image), boys horse, nice driver; 3 year old gelding, all trot been in surrey 3 mo., good broke. Will sell these horses on a 2 week trial. Marcus Mullet, (330) 852-2826. 6 YR old gelding, all trot, good broke, surry size & drives nice. 7 yr old mare, big enough for surry & good broke. 3 yr old gelding, all trot, drives nice. Loran Schlabach, (330) 852-3096.

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POLLED BEEF cattle for sale, cow/calf pairs, feeders & service bull. Cross breds-born & raised on farm. (330) 893-2895. FOR SALE: 5-YR. OLD mare, reg'd paint, well broke to ride, very gentle. (330) 674-4505. FOR SALE: Ring neck pleasant. Also for sale milk goat. Leroy D Yoder, (330) 674-9924. 9 Yr old Morgan mare. Rides & drives well. Been on trail ride. $1250 OBO. 330-897-1380. FOR SALE: Team of Perehorn standard bred cross. 3 years old. Black mare Bay gelding. Broke single and double. David H. Hershberger 8331 TR 656 Fred. OH BLACK 7 yr. old quarter horse cross gelding. Well broke to ride. Has been on trails. 330-674-6304. 4 YR. old Reg. Morgan Gelding Bay with black mane and tail. Broke to ride and drive. $1,500 obo. 330-897-1260 FOR SALE: Surrey with brakes. New Led lights, curtains, turning signals, newly painted. Good cond. Delbert E. Mullet, 3863 St. Rt. 93 NW, Sugarcreek, OH 44681 CHEVIOT SPRING lamb. 330-857-0170 ext 1.

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STANDING AT STUD. 5 year old reg. morgan stallion. Sire by Cy Don's Mister Aristocrat; Dam is Rrg Flash Dance. Big well built, 16 hands. Chestnut with strip & 3 white socks. $500. registered & $150 cross bred. LFG. (330) 852-3727 ext 2.

6 YEAR old Arabian mare, $600. 13 year old Paint gilding, $400. Both need experienced rider. Roman Raber, 13144 TR 474, Big Prairie, OH 44611

FOR SALE: 2 years old Dutch Harness standard bred cross mare, broke, $2500. Beachy Boys, 330-893-9371

FOR SALE. 5 yr old gelding, by Conway Hall. Black with 2 white socks. Safe for women to drive. (330) 893-1657.

9 YR. old gelding, 16 H, mostly trot, willing traveler, tss, $1000. Eddie (740) 624-3761

Sulky training cart. Modified with extra long shafts. Good condition. $500. (330) 279-2066

Morgans. One 2 yr old filly bay. One 2 yr old Gelding bay. $1000 each or both for $1800. 9620 TR 560 Holmesville, OH 44633. (330) 279-2066

FOR SALE: Service bore, approx. 9 months old, good for hobby farmer. Call (330) 852-2466.

FOR SALE: 7 yr. old black Percheron gelding. Good broke, 17.3 hands and a 15 yr. old gray gelding, 17 hands. Good broke. David A. Miller, 8859 Barrs Mill Rd., Sugarcreek, OH 44681. Ph. 330-852-1447 ext. 1 8 YR. Shetland Pony - 48 in. Black strip and three white socks. Well broke to ride, has 4 wk. colt at side, $425. John Barkman, 7884 T.R. 508, Lakeville, OH 44638 STANDING AT Stud. Black & white pony, very sharp. Service fee $40. Phone (330) 852-3727 ext 2. BLACK & white stud, 34" tall; Also 2 black mares, 1 in foul for Aug. colt. Call (330) 359-0752.

Kaufman Auction House 3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH

Location: Amish Country Theater. Directions: 3.3 miles east of Berlin or 0.5 mile west of Walnut Creek, Ohio in Holmes County. From I -77 take SR 39 west approximately 12 miles to Auction House.

Monday July 30, 2012 5:00 p.m.

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Registered black perchin mare, 3 yr o l d , broke, 16-2 HH, Sire is Kirks Super Nova, Dam by Douglas Lyn. $1600. 330-440-5996

7 YR old gelding, mostly trot, good broke. Should do for older people or women. Good traveler. Also Nice 4 yr old mare, all trot, surrey size. Both are TSS. (330) 852-4283, VM. Dale Schlabach. SHEEP, PURE bred Dorset ewes, born in March & April. Also buying sheep wool. Marvin, (330) 893-7037 ext 3. 3 YR old. Black registered morgan mare, started to ride and drive, nice mare. $950 OBO. 330-674-2331.

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FOR SALE: Single draft horses road cart, wood is clear finish, steel is black, seats black, show cart, $1250.00. (330) 852-3173. Rubber tire large wheels. FOR SALE: 7 yr. old standard bred mare, tss, a nice famly horse, 90% trot; Also, 2 yr. old paint pony, broke to ride & drive. Steven Yoder, 330-674-2002 PIGS FOR BUTCHERING -Fed organic milk and feed. Table scraps-Gourmet quality. No hormones or antibiotics. $1.25/lbs live weight. 330-674-7197 5 YEAR old brown & white pony mare, 37" tall, good broke, stands to hitch, traffic safe. Nice. $400 OBO. (330) 600-1366.

3 yr. old gelding, trotter, in buggy 5 mo., tss, $3200; 8 yr. old gelding, in buggy 2 yrs, tss, sharp boy's horse, $1600. Duane Weaver, 330-674-1777

15 YR. old brown standard breed mare trotter. T.S.S. Very sensible, excellent for children and women, $950. Robbie Weaver, Bunker Hill, 893-2832 ext. 3.

FOR SALE: Poly Pay Dorset cross ewes. Atlee Gingerich, 9047 S. Kansas Rd., Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627

FOR SALE: 10 yr old reg. Morgan gelding, Traffic safe & sound. 7 yr old reg. Morgan mare, traffic safe & sound. Contact 330-852-0259.

5 YR old Pinto Mare. Good broke to ride. Good on trails. TSS, LM 330-893-0026

Location: 4870 TR 403, Millersburg, Walnut Creek OH. Just south of the light at Marathon Station on SR 39 in Walnut Creek, OH.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012 3:00 P.M.

Shop Tools & Equipment * Household Shop Tools & Equipment: Wise diesel w/ 4000 watt generator, less than 25 hrs.; Perkins 28 HP diesel; Petter 4 HP diesel, crank start; Titan 5500 watt diesel/generator; 6000 watt generator; big 3 phase generator; 500 gal. air tank; Honda 5.5 HP, like new; Delta Unisaw; Dewalt 12” planer; metal lathe; Delta wood lathe; Delta spindle sander; Craftsman 12” band saw; 2 air compressors; small jointer; large & small drill press; air tools; shop vac; small blower; Honda & Kawasaki battery chargers; acetelyne torch & tanks; new Honda snow blower; 8 new weedeaters; 2 leaf blowers; 3 Honda mowers; reel mower w/ motor; Homelite chain saw; Air X wind generator 24 volt; Hydro-Eye gas hot water boiler; gas hot water system; lots of copper pipe; several new & used solar panels, new & used; tool chests; 3 wheel, 3 sp bicycle; large fire extinguisher; gas grill; sun pipes; Simplicity garden tractor/mower (as is); dry walnut lumber; 2 wagon loads of tools and misc. items. Household: new battery floor lamps; accessories for floor lamps; 2 gas chest freezers; Servel gas refrigerator; 36” gas range; 2 upright elec. freezers; gas dryer; gas hot water heater; 2 corner cupboards; 2 book cases; oak grandfather clock; Heitzer hard coal hopper stove; 11 bags coal; coal/wood stove; small gas heater; 3’x5’ drafting table; 2 pc. picnic table; sliding door buggy; cart; 2 color copiers; several quilt frames; misc. items. Terms: Cash or good check. Lunch Stand Owner Lester B. & Lydia Ann Miller 4870 TR 403 • Millersburg OH 44654 330-893-8000

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Horses Livestock

TAKING ORDERS for Golden Red pullets. 16 weeks old middle of Sept. $7.00 each. Delivery Available. Ben Hershberger, Holmesville call: (330) 567-2592. 5 YR. old Pinto mare. Good, broke to ride. Good on trails. T.S.S. Leave message, 330-893-0026

FOR SALE: Black standard bred gelding, 12 yrs. old, tss, women & older people can drive, $1200. VM / 330-852-1113



GUERNSEY Steers for sale, grain fed, 1050 lbs. - $1.00/per pound. 330-893-3299.

FOR SALE, 2 ponies: 1 black & white gelding, 3 years old, good broke, 53", $800; 2 years old dark brown & white mare, 48-50", $500. or $1000. for both. Both are stocky built. Also pony tack for sale. 330-893-7404.

Miller Auction

(selling in 2 rings starting at 5:00 p.m.) Antiques/Collectibles * Household/Furniture * Tools Some items from Forrest Hochstetler household Antiques/Collectibles: Fenton pieces; early cradle; early radio; early butcher block; trunks; 1870 Bible; old projectors & 8mm projector & screen; jewelry (costume jewelry & chest); smoking stand; humidor/pipes; McCoy Aunt Jemimah cookie jar; vintage Christmas décor; early motorcycle helmet; clay marbles; candlestick telephones; old photo equip.; vintage man & woman golf clubs/cart & bag; oil lamps; early wrestling shoes; WWII uniform; Cambridge glass; collector plates; Goshen Dairy carton bank 65 ann.; 47’-48’ Sensibaugh airplane 6’ prop.; Intnl. China (eng.) service for 12; vintage record player & records; Italian elec. micro organ; lots of local adv. memorabilia includes New Phile, Dover (knives; yd. sticks, lighters, ash trays, banks, spy glasses, thermometers) etc. Household/Furniture: treadle, Sears & Singer sewing machines; wicker patio furniture; early hall chair w/ mirror; floor lamp; early table; mantle mirror; matching needlepoint pics & coffee table; kneehole desks; 8 ft. tables; chrome table/ chairs; tilt rocker chair; red leather chair & ottoman; maroon LazyBoy; Roper electric stove; Whirlpool fridge, Kitchenaid com. 5 mixer; mahogany desk/chair; love seat; 5 dr. chest; twin bdrm set; full bed; fish tanks; ice cream freezer; oil pics; braided rugs; Owen china set; Frigidaire stacking washer & dryer. Tools: tiller; garden tools; 2 man saw; hand plow; lots of boxes of wood knobs & spindles; wooden ladders; shop vac; lg. tool chest; wooden garage org.; 2 wheel cart; propane heater; Clinton 3HP engine. Note: Visit for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, July 27. For free evaluation contact David Conn, auction manager at (330)204-4453. Terms: Cash, Check, or any major credit card with proper identification. 3% buyers premium but will be waived for cash sales.

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FOR SALE: mini yearling stud pony. Make offer. 330-279-3615.

3 yr old mare. TSS, all trot, in buggy 4 months. Eli H. Miller, 6411 T.R. 607, Fredericksburg, Oh 44627 3 HOLSTEIN BULLS, 10 mo. old & 7 mo. olds. ABS Sires. Myron Yoder, (330) 897-1397. PAIR OF 7 & 8 yr. old spotted draft geldings; Pair of 5 yr. old black Percheon geldings, broke to all farm machinery; Pair of 2 yr. old black Percheon geldings. Marvin Coblentz, 992 US 62, Wilmot. 330-359-5570 ROUND PEN. Twelve 12 ft panels. 6 ft gate. Used only once. $1295. or rent for $100./mo. (330) 852-0519. SMOOTH MOUTH standard bred gelding, something for older people or school children. 330-317-0712. FOR SALE: 2 yearling Belgian Fillies. One Elg. to reg. One grade. Eli A Swartentruber, 7904 South Apple Creek Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: 4 yr old 48" brown & white pony stud, was broke as a 2 yr old, $450. Also weanling paint filly, $125. Leon Yoder, (330) 698-0144. FOR SALE: 8 year old Morgan cross gelding red sorrel. Broke to ride and drive. TSS. $800. Daniel L Hershberger, 330-275-9822 VM. 8 YR old bay gelding, mostly trot, TSS, well broke, women can drive, $1750.. Adrian Coblentz, 7540 TR 601, Fredericksburg, 44627. (330) 674-1034. 3 YR. old chestnut standard bred m a r e , TSS, never been on the track, good for long trips, but may be a little small for surrey. $2000. 330-987-4983. 6 yr old standard bred mare, double gated, TSS for anyone, stands to hitch and at corners. $1500 OBO. 330-695-2016, 8098 S. Apple Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: Mini horses w/papers. 5 mares, 1 stallion, 1-6 yr. old. 3 bred mares. Some are broke, 26-32" tall. Robert M. Miller. 330-600-0237, Sugarcreek.



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5 MO. old Registered Morgan stud colt. Chestnut, stripe, 2 white socks. Fancy, high spirited colt. $800 OBO. David M. Shetler, 330-473-2009. 5 KATAHDIN EWES. Exposed to ram, $200. each. (330) 279-2066.

FOR SALE: smaller 7 yr old gelding, double gated, 100% TSS, women can drive. Also a big surrey gelding. Steven Yoder 330-359- 5601 x 2. FOR SALE: Flemish Giant and Mini Rex bunnies. Also wanted: Flemish Giant buck. (330) 893-3462. 5410 BAY QH TB gelding. Green, broke to ride. Needs confident rider. Would make great trail horse. 330-275-8021 FOR SALE: All Purpose gelding, 3 years old. Good traveler. $2200 or best offer. Call 330-359-5267 FOR SALE: 12 yr old registered Paint Mare.Good on trails, needs work. $800. 330-698-0460 RIDING HORSE and Pony Auction, Sat., Aug. 4. Tack, 9:30 a.m. Horses, 12 noon. Accepting consignments of new and used tack, horses and ponies through sale day. Consigned are Quarter Horses, Paints, Crossbreds, Paint/ Draft cross, Gaited, Miniatures, Hackney, Shetland and more. There will be registered and grade animals. Regular Driving Horse Sale, Aug. 10. Tack, 5:30 followed by horses. There will be free corn on the cob for everyone! Smokey Lane Stables, Inc., 686 Smokey Lane Rd, Sugarcreek, OH 44681. 330-852-2237. Auctioneer Myron Miller. WILL DO horse training. $8 a day. Board included. Duane Mast, 7782 TR 601, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 330-674-1665 #1 FOR SALE: 14 Katahdin ewe lambs. Also, rams born in March. 330-893-1613. Albert Yoder. Standing at Stud black and white homozygous, 52" pony, $60 service fee. Andrew Hershberger, 8427 TR 635, Fredericksburg. 330-674-0345 THREE 3/4 bore nannies, 2-4 years old. Three 7 month old, 95% bore nannies. One 4 months old bore billy. Nice stock. 740-545-5047. FOR SALE: Reg. Haflinger gelding; sire Wil-Von-BarRUH. Nice big yearling. $550. Alvin Yoder, 7684 SR 514, Big Prairie, OH 44611 KATAHDIN Ram lambs. Born in March & April. 330-275-7852 12 YR old registered morgan mare. Well built and nice head set, with a Persian stud colt by her side and bred back to Tyron to 2013; Also coming 2 yr old black gelding, with a star and two white socks, out of Royals Strength, nice horse. 740-552-1722 FOR SALE: PolyPay ewe lambs, 6 mo. old, out of good quality registered stock. James Weaver, E. Moreland Rd. Fredericksburg (330) 698-1062 7 YR. old trotting mare. Mabar Maple Dam Mr. Lavec. TSS in buggy, 3 month, good traveler, $1800. Marion Shetler, 3723 Oak Ridge, Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681. 330-852-2884 ext. 1 FOR SALE: 4 black 800-lb. Angus Heifers, vaccinated & wormed. 330897-0850. DOUBLE SET bio buggy harness. Used once. $600. Leroy Miller 10630 Zuercher Rd, Dundee. 330-359-0290 x2


Household Furnishings

FOR SALE: 9x11 Oak kitchen cabinets made by Mullet Cabinets, like new, out of a model home. Inclds. countertop, dutch pantry, fridge cab., drop counter & island. Very deluxe. Prints avail. (740) 622-4059. FOR SALE: 30 inch natural gas cooking stove (white) in very good condition $275. obo. Call 330-893-2620. DELUXE ELECTRIC Adjust-a-Bed, full size quality mattress, foot & head adjust motors, muscle massage motors. Like new, $600. Can deliver. 330-897-1325.

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NOTICE: WILL re-upholster used couches, loveseats, rockers, hassocks, etc. Also boat seat cushions. Will make new cushions for outdoor furniture. Raber's Upholstery, 1939 TR 110, Millersburg, 44654. VM, (330) 674-1300. NEW PRINCESS House Heritage Teapot, $70. 4 piece Heritage canister set, $135 obo. 330-317-5952 62" OVAL oak dining room table with 2 18" leaves, $300. Allen Hostetler, (330) 473-8287. LARGE OAK corner computer desk, good condition; Microwave, electric freezer, refrigerator, ceiling fan/ lights. Phone (330) 464-6607. BERNINA ACTIVA 210 sewing machine, lightly used, $525. (330) 893-2784. 5 Ft. cherry dining room table with hidden leaf & 6 chairs, $425/obo. 330-473-8409, after 5pm. WHITE MAGIC CHEF kitchen stove. Natural gas, bakes well. Milt Shetler, CR 77, Millersburg, 330-674-0236


Hunting Fishing

12 GA, 3 1/2 inch chamber, single shot, cammo turkey gun. $225 330-472-2613 FOR SALE: 5 man peddle boat. 2 yrs old. Not used much. $350 OBO. 330-897-2037 Leave Message TENT CAMPER: new canvas tires, lights, wiring, bearings. No leaks, $1500. 330-466-9274 anytime. NRA/CCW COURSE $45. Aug. 4 & 5 or Sept. 8 & 9. 330-335-9205 HOYT Alfa max 32. 50-60 lbs. 25 to 27.5 draw lengths. With some accessories. 330-897-6005, evenings. Hunting Equipt. & Access. 270 Remington high pow. rifle, Barnett Predator cross bow, 2 1-man & 1 2-man ladder stands. Moultrie deer feeder, tree attach. umbrella, 2 dr. gun cab., arrow fledger & access., clay pigeon., E-Z drags, turkey call, invite deer minerals, food plot seeds & fertilizer. David Hershberger, 8603 TR 602, Fredericksbg, OH 44627. 695-2021 MATTHEW'S DXT and all accessories including arrows & case. 50-60 lb, 28" drawlength, good cond. Marty Miller, 330-897-1384 ext 1. Horton Cross Bow. Explorer XL 150. Good condition. $225 (330) 674-0250. SAVAGE MODEL 93. 22 W.M.R. with Tasco Pronghorn scope. Silver brackets, like new. 330-600-1775, $290. RECURVE BOW, OMP Mountaineer, 60", 55 lb pull. Exc. cond., with 5 arrows. $125. (330) 473-9010. FOR SALE: Ruger 220 Swift M77 Mark II Varmint barrel. Free floated scope. All reloading supplies, books, extra loads, lots more misc. Good shape. Nelson J. Miller, 330-852-2639. Call 4-6 pm evening.


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STEINER 220, comes with 60" mowing deck, hydrostatic, newer Kaboda gas engine, capabilities of back hoe, bucket and brush. $3800 OBO 330-243-1410. OLDER Gravely unit w/ attachments. 30" brush mower, tiller, plow. $450 OBO 330-674-2950 TORO WALKBEHIND 48" hydro drive t-2 w/ turbo force deck 30 hours $3998.00. Husqvarna tractor like new condition 46" cut $1498.00. Snapper hydro drive rear engine rider w/ new engine $1298.00. Grasshopper 725K out front zero turn w/ 61" deck, 25 HP Kohler $3750.00. John Deere 170 tractor w/ Kaw engine $849.00. John Deere L110 tractor 42" deck w/ double bagger & 46" snowblade $1398.00. Snapper NXT tractor w/ 27 HP engine 52" deck $1998.98. John Deere 48" walkbehind belt drive, floating deck good condition $1298.00. Troy Built 33" walkbehind $698.00. Wheel Horse 252 Hydro tractor w/ double bagger $1298.00. Huskee 35 ton log splitter $1275.00. White 54" 26 hp zero turn with pivoting front axle good condition $1698.00. Cub-Cadet HDS2135 shaft drive tractor with double bagger $1098.00. Toro SS5000 zero turn 2011 model like new condition $2598.00. Toro SS4200 zero turn 2011 model good condition $1898.00. MTD Pro 48" walkbehind with Kawasaki engine $998.00. Toro & Snapper used 21" mowers. 2" Yamaha water pump $290.00. Good selection of used Stihl trimmers, chainsaws and blowers. Charm Engine Ltd. 330-893-3033


Miscellaneous Merch.

2, 2' 8" unfinished, pre-hung, red oak, flush interior doors. 1 right hand and 1 left hand. $65/ea. or both $120. 330-674-2950 FOR SALE: 36x64 framed main barn with 26x32 straw shed and a 20x45 lean to. Must be torn down. 330-359-5891. FOR SALE: 22 ton 8 HP wood splitter, like new, 1 year old. $800. Phone (330) 674-1203 or 330-231-1851. WEED MOWING service with 53 HP tractor & brush hog. Pastures, meadows, etc. (330) 695-2595. FOR SALE: Used buggy, very good shape, storm fronts & fiberglass wheels, $2700. Call 330-340-7271. FOR SALE: 2012 American Hauler dump trailer. 6 ft x 12 ft, GVWR, 12,000 lbs. Used twice. New cond. $5500. Phone (330) 674-1203 or 330-231-1851. 6' Redwood picnic table, good condition, $55. 330-897-1423 290 Cummins Power Unit. w/ clutch, runs good, $2500 OBO. (330) 852-2864. FOR SALE: Nine 16' treated 2x4s. Also eighteen 8' used fence posts. Call (330) 231-6485. COMPLETE REBUILT Maytag wringer washers. 6 mo. warranty. Elect. motors. New dbl. rinse tubs. E & S Maytag, 5491 CR 68, Mbg., OH 44654. 893-1336 ext. 2

Lawn & Garden Meyers half horse shallow well jet pump

WILL DO. garden plowing, tilling, brush hogging, and get your new lawn ready for seeding. Henry J Miller, 330-852-3363. John Deere 445 Tractor, 60" mowing deck w/ 22HP Kaw. fuel injected, liquid cooled engine, hyd. deck lift, power steering, bar tread tires, good condition, $4250. Charm Engine Ltd. 330-893-3033 FOR SALE: 48" walk behind mower, electric start, good cond. $875. John S Miller, 2305 TR 152, Baltic. 330-893-0303. JOHN DEERE 345 riding lawn mower, power steering, power lift, 52" deck. (330) 567-9232

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GERMAN SHEPHERD pups, 7 weeks old, shots & wormed. $250. Call (330) 852-3192, leave message, will call back.

BEAGLE MALES, 4 yr old & 6 yr old. Both run rabbits. Ivan Miller 330-674-4572

LOOKING For a Mary Kay consultant? Call or text Keerstin at 330-231-6875 or order online

FOR SALE: (Giant Rapid O) size large flat bar bicycle. David Hershberger, 8603 TR 601, Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627, Ph. 330-695-2021

AKC Golden Retriever. 7 wks old, shots and wormed. (740) 552-1990

AKC Chocolate Lab puppies, shots & wormed, $275. Call (330) 674-0557 x 3

BROWN & WHITE Shih-Tzu/ Yorkie cross male puppy, $75. (330) 893-3619.

FOR SALE: Open buggy, rubber tires, LED lights, fiberglass seat, excellent condition, $2500. Call (330) 359-5634.

14'X40' PROFESSIONAL dog breeding kennel, plus large breed dogs - Going out of business. (330) 432-7674

ADORABLE AKC Chocolate Lab puppies, wormed, shots, registered3 females - Ready to go! Call 330-231-5088.

APPROX. 1600 Sq.' 5/8" Ext. plywod. Good cond. John Coblentz, 9175 TR 656, Fred., OH 44627

FOR SALE: Flemish giant bunnies. 8 wks old. Voice Mail : (330) 893-3729.

SELLING TWO PSP's. Ex. cond., $95 ea. Taoes choice, $10 ea. Leave message. 330-897-7706 ext. 6. CHERRY KITCHEN, 17' long, $1200; Black kitchen, 10' long. $300; Frigidaire gallery washer & dryer, $375. 40" Frigidaire electric range, $100; 21" Toro push mower, $50; 84" bathroom vanity, two sinks, formica top, $50; 42" bathroom vanity, sink, formica, $25. 330-231-5125 FOR SALE. Boys buggy, storm front, lights, flasher, turning signals, brake lock, good condition. Daniel Weaver, 5089 TR 613, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. Phone (330) 695-2450, VM.


20 QUART John Deere Hit & Miss Ice Cream Maker, Country Freezer, works good, $3400. Cell/330-473-3462, Ph/330-674-6193 PNEUMATIC FAN, 12" desk top, 1 AM motor, like new--retails $220....will sell for $140; Also, 700W Kawasaki generator, 120V & 12V charging, good cond., $190. Call (330) 749-1054 VM FOR SALE: OPEN BUGGY fiberglass seat with flasher, 2-way LED lights, excellent condition, (330) 893-1475 CORNHOLE GAMES & ACCESSORIES Unpainted sets starting @ $45.00. Custom boards featuring wildlife, sports teams, business logos, personal photos, or your ideas. Corn Bags, durable storage bags & scoreboards also available. Can be delivered. Quantity discounts. PH# 330-279-9046. 2008 LINHA 300 Motor scooter, 2000 miles, $1700. 1981 Dodge camper motor home, 9900 miles, $3500. 330-276-3118 FOR SALE: fireplace insert 33 x 41. Can be used for Nat. Gas or wood. Brick lined. Like new, $150. Eli D. Miller, 5491, CR 68, Mbg., OH 44654. 330-893-1336 #2. CORN HOLE BAGS: $12/set of 8 bags...5 sets or more, $10/set of 8 bags. Norman C. Yoder, 4256 TR 374, Millersburg. 330-893-7421. WORD PROCESSOR SERVICES Word processors & complete setup (printer fax etc.) Quickbooks setup (Keep track of your business on one system, including Accounts Checking, Payables, Receivables. Print invoices, checks, deposits, statements, purchase orders, inventory, profit & loss report among others). Tutoring including Quickbooks, Open Office programs, and other random systems. Custom spreadsheet templates: cutlists, order system, labels, your ideas. Mark Miller, PH #(330) 763-1589.

12 FT x 15 in new poly drainage pipe., $45. Also 25 waterproof T-8 light fixtures, $10. each. (330) 674-6918.

1 PALLET of shipping/ furniture blankets. Pallet is over 6 ft high with blankets. Make offer. 330-466-6484

PIONEER & ROGERS 6 piece drum set, excellent. for beginner. $100. Phone (330) 243-1410.

FOR SALE: Green pony wagon with shaft; 2 pony carts, 1 easy entry; 2 large pony harnesses, 1 like new. (330) 674-0636 leave message.

FOR SALE: Kenmore gas grill, works, $50, OBO 330-852-3450 evenings

HUSKEE TRACTOR: 20 HP, 50 in. cut, $550. Good cond. Prairie Engine, 7833 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH 44611

Musical Instruments

YAMAHA 460 keyboard, $65. Casio CTK 710 keyboard, $225. (330) 893-3463.

For Sale: Surrey with lights, storm front, hydraulic brakes, good condition. Call: 330-897-5422 x4

BACHTOLD walk behind brush cutter, runs good, 8 HP, $375. (330) 893-3885.


MOTHER OF the bride dresses. Size 8. 2 pc long beige with jacket, lined with rhinestones. Also 2 pc silver gray long. $30. each. 330-231-1369.

FOR SALE - Radial arm saw. Good cond. Extra saw blades, $150. E & S Maytag. Ph. 330-893-1336 ext. 2

FOR SALE: 4 M-F-B-5 Hydraulic motors, $450 ea. Dauble Hydraulic Pump, $600 and oil tank 60 to 80 gallons, $400. 10" tab;e saw. $325. 6" jointer, $125. 330-897-0806 ext. 2, Daniel Troyer.

Pets Supplies

VINTAGE HERCULES gas power unit with clutch, nice cond. Runs great. $1100. obo. (330) 852-2864.

SCHOOL OF Tomorrow (ACE) teachers manual for Kindergarten & 1st grade. $100. for both. Call 330-674-3367.

2 HP twin cylinder air compressor w/ hoses and regulator, $150. 330-763-1141

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FOR SALE: Standard size counter top, 24 in. wide, 10 ft long. Tan in color. $100. (330) 897-1485.

w/ pipe and brass fittings; NEW octagon polywood picnic table.Cost: $599 NOW $450. Call 330-893-2895

EARLY PRIMITIVE cupboard, excellent condition, 1 door, all orig., sturdy, $499. Call 330-674-3435

Miscellaneous Merch. 300

2800 WATT Yamaha inverter generator, good working cond. $700. Phone (330) 695-9960. FOR SALE: Eleven 48" air ceiling fans. Piston type. $90. each. obo. 330-473-5297. FOR SALE: Cross Town Fuji girl's bike, good cond. $150. (330) 893-7404. NEW NECCHI treadle flatbed and free arm heads for sale. Now dealer for JUKI sewing machines and sergers. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center. Apple Creek Oh (330) 698-3060

5 YR old male shepherd mix; 4 yr old male black lab mix. Very friendly, good farm dogs. Good homes only. 330-201-7797 For Sale: 2 chocolate lab females, ACA registered, good mothers, young dogs, $450 each (330) 674-9900†x1 BLUE TIC coon hound pups, UKC registered. Out of Tree Daddy bloodlines. 6 weeks old. $175. males; $200 females. (419) 606-3674.

AKC YORKIE female, 4 years old; AKC Maltese female, 10 month old. $200. each. ACA Shih-Tzu male, 3 years old, proven, $175. (330) 567-2757. FOR SALE: Baby ducks, quails, show pheasants, roller pigeons, swans- black & white. 419- 606-4561. ADORABLE PUPPIES, 6 wks old, 3/4 Mini Pinscher, 1/4 Terrier - 3 blk/tan, & 3 fawn. Parents on premises, 1st shots & wormed. $150/obo. (330) 674-1102 FREE: SHEEBA BLUE HEELER cross male. Call (330) 893-7212

4 YR. old Border Collie, male, $50/obo.

Pets Supplies Call (330) 852-9701

CAVALIER MALE AKC, ruby, 1-1/2 yrs. old, proven $500. (330) 749-1054

1 PAIR beautiful Border Canaries, $100./ pair. 1 like new large bird cage, $50. Daniel Weaver, 10174 CR 1, Shreve, 44676. (330) 567-2134. FOR SALE: Parti Pom puppies, 12 w k s . old, shots, wormed, females-$150, males-$125. 4155 CR 59, Baltic. 330-897-1106 AKC SHIH-TZU male, 5 yrs. old, $250. Call (330) 852-2383. ext 1. For Sale: 8 wks old, toy fox terrier puppies, shots and wormed. 3 males, 1 female. Also 8 wks old Morkies, 1 male, 2 female, Very cute! Robert Nisley, 8098 S. Apple Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627, 330-695-2016 FREE Male dog 10 mo. old, Border Collie Mix. Pleasant & well mannered, very shy. 330-852-3914 AKC Collie pups, shots, wormed, farm raised and friendly. $300 & $350. (330) 897-0049. 3 1/2 yr old 3/4 Bulldog, 1/4 Beagle female. Very Friendly, $150 OBO 330-231-9236 FOR SALE: Shiba puppies. One Male & one female. AKC registered, $400. 330-893-1953 Kennel sell out, Shitzus, 1 Fox Terrier female, and 1 Yorkie male. (330) 473-7840

FOR SALE. UKC Black & tan Coonhound, 3 yr. old male, Hurricane Alexander the Great, trees coon but not hunted enough to reach full potential. Has produced a few good pups. (330) 567-3432.

CAVALIERS, MALES, 7 wks. old, tri-color & blenheim, out of good breeding stock, $325/obo. (330) 893-3512

UKC Walker Coonhound, trees and runs his own coon, $100. Also, free male Beagle. Call 740-824-4692.

ACA English Bulldog male, 2 1/2 yrs old. Proven breeder, very aggressive, nice markings, $1000 (330) 893-4157.

AKC Miniature Pincher puppies, 8 wks old. males: $250 females: $275 (330) 401-8262.

FOR SALE: Beagle Mix puppies, Born 5/5/12. Will make good pets. 330-674-4999 ext. 1

PUPPIES FOR SALE - Fox Terrier-Beagle mix, born April 13th. Call (330) 567-9561

FOR SALE: 15 Dorset Suffolk mixed ewes. Foot rot free, $280/each. Reuben Miller, 2196 US 62, Winesburg, OH 44690. (330) 359-0373

BLACK lab mixed puppies, $25 each. 330- 674-0364. FOR SALE: 5 beautiful kittens. Very playful. Make great pets! Best offer.330-893 -4231.

2 CHIHUAHUA females, ACA reg., born 4/4/11. Blue Merle, 4 lbs. 330-674-6304 10 MO. old Yellow Lab female, very friendly, $40. VM 330-695-9805

FOR SALE: 5 yr old ACA Bichon male. Pet only. $45. 740-545-9042 LM

FOR SALE: Pullets. Just starting to lay. $7.00 each. (330) 231-4059.

FRENCH BULLDOGS, 3 young females, ACA reg'd. Daniel Wengerd 330-674-2737, ext.1.

FOR SALE: AKC Cocker Spaniel puppies. 3 mo. old. $350 for males, $400 for females. Roy Yoder, 330-674- 1038.

FOR SALE: Nine mo. old Border Collie. Black Tan Elkhound Cross. 7597 Frease Rd., Fredericksburg. 330-695-9392 x 2.

AKC Registered Black Boxer puppies. $300. 330-472-2613

2 AKC standard Poodle females. 1 yr old, $500 for both. Also young Puggle and Beagle females, $100 each. 330897-0562 ext 2 WANTED: BLACK & tan Coonhound female, does not need to hunt, can be older. (330) 674-1019 ACA YORKIE males, 10 weeks old, small parents. Free whelping, (330) 857-0170 ext 1.

FOR SALE: Boston bulldog male, 13 mo. old. Roman Yoder, (740) 622-0072.

SHIHPOO PUPPIES, bouncy, cuddly, friendly. Black & Black & white. $290. & up. (330) 695-2544/ 330-465-0251

FOR SALE: AKC Sheltie male, 5 mo old. Call evenings, (330) 852-2329

GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies, pure bred, no papers. (330) 897-1348.

AKC Yorkie male, 3 1/2 years old, 4 lbs, ears up, short nose. 330-231-7331 UKC ENGLISH Shepherd pups, excellent family livestock & groundhog dogs, $200. (330) 674-7517. FOR SALE: Male Walker coonhound, 4 yr. championship bloodlines. PKC Reg. Excellent tree dog, hunts well with other dogs. Also, unreg. Walker female. Call 330-359-6351 leave message. (2) 4 yr. old Chihuahua females & (1) 5 yr. old Chihuahua female, Also, (1) 4 yr. old Yorkie female. Priced to sell. 330-359-6428. AKC YORKIE puppies,males and females vet checked, shots, small, good breeder, 8 wks old, $500-$600. (330) 496-9024

the heart of the market ..Complete Real Estate and Auction Service farms homes household livestock vacant land equipment estates antiques commerical property lake property

Sugarcreek Office Post Office Box 422 1047 West Main Street Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681 Phone 330.852.4111 Toll Free 888.852.4111 Fax 330.852.4099

New Philadelphia Office

141 Front SE New Philadelphia, OH 44663 Phone 330.602.4111 Fax 330.602.4114

Millersburg Office 40 West Jackson Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 Phone 330.674.7355 Fax 330.674.0612 10048929

(330) 852-4 888-852-41 www.kaufmanre

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2 ACA Poodles, males, 9 wks old, 1 white & 1 cream, $300 each; 1 Yorkie male, 3 1/2 mo. old, black & tan $150; 1 Multipom cross, male, 5 1/2 mo. old, white $75; 1 Yorkie Poodle cross, 13 wks old, black & tan, $100. 330-893-4315. AKC REG. brindle boxer, male for service fee; Also great cross with Bull Dogs, $150. (330) 231-8648 FOR SALE: Small Yorkie female. AKC registered, $350 OBO. 330-893-1953 SAN JUAN 330-472-2613



Wanted: Puppies/young adults. Bichons, Maltese, and Yorkies. (330) 893-1916. FOR SALE: 5 yr. old black/white Shih-Tzu female, nice pet, did not have puppies for a year. (330) 473-8232.

Wanted to Buy 490

Comm. Property - Rent 540

WANTED: SILO PIPE & distributor. 330-893-3701

STORAGE UNIT for rent. 12x30, $30./mo. (330) 695-7242.

YOU GOT scrap, we got cash. Pickups and dropoffs avail. No equip. or vehicle too big for our disposal. 330-275-7980


WANTED: GOOD used wood, or poly porch glider. Also want, good used wardrobe, and good used dutch cupboard 330-698-3042

3 BR house in Millersburg area for new pastor. (330) 279-2344.

CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094. WANTED: EASY entry cart, buggy horse size. (330) 852-4704, VM. WANTED: PONY cart for mini pony. 330-567-0019

Wanted to Rent

WANTED TO Rent: 4-5 BR home w/ finished walkout basement. Need more room to care for ailing parent. Need to move asap. Please Call: Ivan or Marie, 330-893-1917



ICH KAUF Trash piles & Dumps. 330-275-7980

Australian Shepherd pups ACA registered. Shots/wormed, loves children, $250 and up. (330) 231-5745.

2009 CADDY CTS, Florida car, only 8,000 miles, full 1 year warrantee, $22,500. (419) 651-1100.

WANTED: Pony for young boy to ride and drive. State price and size. Steven Miller 330-275-4606.

BOXER PUPPIES, males, 2 brindle, 2 black/white, 6 wks. old, shots & wormed, $125/each. Also, 2 mini Bull females, 7 wks. 740-824-4361

FOR SALE: '05 Jeep Grand Cherokee Ltd, 4x4 w/ hemmy, 69,000 mi., $15,500 OBO. 330-763-1214

LOOKING TO buy any unsprayed fruitapples, pears, peaches, etc. please call 330-276-0658

MALTI-POO PUPPIES, born 5/21, first shots & wormed. Males $100. Females $150. Also 2 older puppies, have all shots, $50. ea. (330) 276-5613.

BUYING FIXABLE & unused vehicles, will take unwanted vehicles too. Paying more than scrap price on most. 330-473-0400.



Tools Machinery

FOR SALE: Electric- 12" Milwaukee compound mitre saw, like new condition, $525. 330-674-2500. 60 HP Perkins diesel with clutch, line shaft, hydraulic tank, hydraulic pumps & alternator. Exc. cond. Call (330) 897-8309, leave message. HYDRAULIC pallet jack, 5500lbs capacity, $240. (330) 893-4613 32 HP ISUZU Diesel with air compressor mount. Selling reason: Needed more HP Runs Good 1875. OBO Wayne Miller. 6753 Salt Creek Rd. Fredericksburg, OH Rockwell upright band saw, 31" throat, band length: 201", $1000. (330) 893-4613 FOR SALE: DELTA 6" jointer without motor, good condition, $160 . Call Ivan A. Yoder. 330-893-2439. FOR SALE: 24 HP Perkins diesel, works good. $800. Aden D Schlabach, 3710 CR 200, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. Phone (330) 359-0182. MILLER BLUESTAR engine driven welder, motor works, but needs electrical work done. $250. 330-893-1058 Furniture clamps, J.M. Lancaster, max capacity 80", air operated foot control, $1400. (330) 893-4613 11-HP HONDA 5-hp compressor on slide, good condition, $950. Jacob Miller, (330) 695-9944 FOR SALE: MAKITA Generator 3000. Runs good. $150.00. (330) 359-5409 ext #1.


Wanted to Buy

Home Condo For Sale

FOR SALE: 3 BR. ranch. C/A. Hardwood floors. Finished walk out bsmt. New furnace. Close to Pomerene Hospital. $112,000/obo. 330-473-2700.


1996 MOBILE Home, Commander Ltd., 76x16, 3 BR, 2 full BA, c/a, $18,000/ obo. Call (330) 695-2362 12X50 MOBILE home, 2 BR, 1 bath. Suitable for 1-2 people. South of Millersburg. $5500. 330-674-4697 evenings.


Land Sale Rent

WANTED: CHAIN Link dog run/kennel, call: 330-466-9383 TOP LOADING washer, does not have to be in working cond. 330-698-0461 ext. 2.

24V Minnkota, power drive with electric foot peddle, $300. Cell/330-473-3462, Ph/330- 674-6193 2003 15 ft Lund fishing boat. 25 HP Mercury electric start. Tiller steer. 55 lb thrust trolling motor, Lawrence GPS fish finder, live well, swivel seats, 2 batteries, on board charger, nav. lights, safety equip., many extras. Everything in mint cond. $6,000. obo. Allen Mast, 330-893-0049, leave message. 19' FIBERGLASS Bayliner fish & ski boat, 125-hp Force O/B motor, new interior, everything works good, $3000/obo. 330-231-7490.

2 ACRES in Walnut Creek township. Quiet country setting on TR 374; Great building potential on nice open site. 330-893-2895

SUZUKI 4-stroke 9.9-hp long shaft, excellent cond., low emissions, elect. start, $1200. Cell/330-473-3462, Ph/330- 674-6193


Auctions Public Sales 530

Motorcycles ATVs

FOR SALE: 1996 Kawasaki 300, 4x4, good cond. 1 owner. $2500. Phone (330) 674-1203 or 330-231-1851. FARMER'S TOWN COMMUNITY LIVESTOCK AUCTION, LLC. Back to the farm night sale, July 20, 7 pm. & driving sale, July 28,10 am. Bring your chairs, will sell outside. Expecting out of state horses. 330-893-8114;vm; Cell: 330-231-6809; Sale days: 330-897-6081.

WANTED: STEREO in good cond. Please text instead of call. (330) 473-5206.

WANTED: someone to take down dish and TV antennas from steep roof- must also repair the roof area when done. call: 330-466-9383

24 FT pontoon with 48 HP motor and 2012 Tappen docking permit. (330) 893-1621 ext. 2, leave message.

FOR SALE: 1 acre with well & septic, 30x40 pole building with electric & concrete floor. Township Rd 80. $30,000. 330-231-9611.

NICE CLEAN 2 BR apt. Killbuck. Stove, refrig., W/D hookup, garage $385 + utils+ sec. dep. Assist animals only. 330-276-4091.

WANTED: USED Cricut & Cricut cartridges. (330) 852-7043, leave message.

TROLLING MOTOR for sale. Minnkota 55 PDV2, GPS hand held controls. 48" shaft. Like new. Used only 3 hours. $675. obo. (330) 695-9963.

TONNEAU COVER and clamps for 6.5' truck bed, $100.00. (330) 378-5115.


Apartment Rentals

2004 TOMOS LX moped 1,360 miles. Recently tuned. Great condition. Red looks sharp! $950. 330-231-6438 GO KART BHP Manco single seat, $790 OBO. Gary, 330-933-8377. Good condition. Headrest safer than ATV.


1997 MALLARD 24 feet, AC, gas furnace, refrigerator/freezer, good cond., $5,700 or OBO. 330-276-7988 HIDDEN ACRES 107 TR 810, Lot 40 West Salem, Ohio 44287 419-853-4687

2 BR upstairs apt. Downtown Sugarcreek. Available Aug. 1, 2012. (330) 852-9191. 2 BEDROOM APT in Millersburg $325 a month. + utilities, washer and dryer hook up, deposit and reference required. Call 330-231-5585 after 4:30 pm

RVs & Campers

Overnight & seasonal camping. Lake, pool, playgrounds, planned activities, WiFi, snack bar, boats, golf cart rental. Credit cards OK.

LIKE NEW, 2 BR apt. in Mt Hope, $475/mo. + utils. & dep. No smoking. Assist pets only. Ref. req. Phone (330) 674-5618, ext 1 voice mail.


VERY NICE apt. in Sugar Creek, nice size living/dining/kitchen area, 2 nice size BRs, 1 BA, Renter pays all utils. Avail. Aug. 1. 330-897-9045, M-Thurs., 8-4.

FOR SALE: '05 Trail Blazer, 108,000 mi., needs new tires, $8000 OBO. 330-465-5690


1999 PLYMOUTH Grand Voyager, great mechanical condition, needs A/C work and some minor repairs, very dependable, $1900 OBO. 330-231-5745


Building Materials

207 Doors & Windows • Vinyl Windows •06500 FreeAD11797131 Installations 72 • Free Estimates 43399 4881 CR 207 Millersburg, OH

TREATED LUMBER fence boards, fence posts, 4x4, 4x6, 4x8, 6x6, 6x8, 8x8, length up to 20 ft, more sizes available! Call for pricing 330-763-4614 26X40 TIMBER frame barn for sale, to be dismantled & removed. Make offer by 8/15/12. Joseph Weaver, 5561 TR 606, Fredericksburg, 44627. (330) 695-2060.

appointment. 330-674-2500

FOR SALE: 1994 Mobile home 14 x 66. 2 BR, 1 bath, spare room. Raymond Raber, 4958 T.R. 628, Millersburg, Ohio 44654. 2 miles Southwest of Mt. Hope.


7 FT high x 10 ft wide garage door. Please call (330) 231-6485.


16 FT ENCLOSED box truck bed with hyrdaulic lift gate and 12 v. Hydraulic pump/off of 2000 F450. Good cond., $1000 OBO. 330-279-2146

Mobile Home PM Boat Motor Repair. Full service on For Sale out broad motors. $10/hr + parts. call for 690

WANTED: BLACK roofing slate. Also 2000 watt inverter. Amos Schlabach, 330-674-9451 ext. 2

WANTED: 5 x 9 aluminum bread (loaf pans) 330-359-5713


Trucks SUVs 830

Chimney Sweeps

CHIMNEY RELINING, Masonry and Stainless Chimney Supplies. Hiland Supply Co., LTD, 3878 CR 135, Millersburg. VM 330-893-4724.



DUST BUNNIES Cleaning Co. offers an affordable housecleaning service tailored to meet your needs. Insured/bonded. Call Michelle at (330) 844-1604.



SWISS CONSTRUCTION. Amish Crew, pole bldgs., garages, additions,reroofs, decks. 330-763-3937.



ARE YOU TIRED of chasing livestock? I'll fix any type of fence. Call (330) 897-2502. Junior R. Yoder WILL CLEAR your fence rows, take out old fence. Have ambusher to clear multifloral rose & brush. Also will build new fence. 18 yrs exp. Call 330-359-6136. FREE ESTIMATES $200. OFF WITH THIS AD. Installation & repair on all types of fences, decks & porches. OHIO FENCE & DECK. Call 330-276-0141 or 740-507-5897

830 Trucks SUVs

BERLIN ROOFING for all your re-roofing & repair needs-- shingle, metal, rubber & slate. 330-893-2518.

WILL DO hauling with crew cab pickup truck. 1/2 ton, can haul up to 5-6 people. Will pull trailer. 90¢/mi or $1.10/mi pulling trailer. Call Kyle, 330-275-2501/ 234-635-0033.

FOR SALE: 21 trusses 6/12 pitch, 26 ft. Working Span. Allen Miller, 4691 T.R. 613, Fredericksburg.


Health Fitness

PROFROM XP treadmill, exc. cond. From Sears. Runs from generator or electric. $400. obo. Cash only please. (330) 473-5676.

Did you know?

Your Local Chapter is: West Holmes Naturals Owen & Ada Yoder 7858 TR 551 Holmesville, OH 44633 330-567-2464 Please call or write for a Free information packet 845

AMISH TAXI, short or long hauls, 2 mini vans, 80¢ a mile. 330-897-2170 or 330-390-0164.

NEED A NEW ROOF? Call the roofing professionals. Free estimates & fully insured. Quality work guaranteed. Charm Builders Ltd.. 330-231-2790.

Manufacture Direct 24Roofing Hour Turnaround (pick up)

330-674-7051 1035


Tree Service

CLINE BROS. Tree Service. Free estimates insured. 330-276-3531, cell: 330-763-4832 SHREVE TREE SERVICE. Free Estimate. Insured 330-496-3412


Home Improvement

CRAYTON CARPENTRY can take care of your remodeling or addition. Quality Comes Standard. 330-231-7195


Troy Ridge Mfg

3998 Cr 168 Millersburg, OH 44654 (330) 473-7727 Custom Welding Specializing in Aluminum 11200 AD12378029 144 Truck Beds • Tool Boxes TRUCK no 1

REMODELING, ROOFING, decks, storm damage, etc. Free estimates. Call 330-231-6304.

Lawn & Gardening

NOTICE: WILL clean up your property in exchange for old metal scrap & old farm machinery. Have ambusher, can do multifloras roses, etc. (330) 763-0497.

Misc. Services

FOR SALE: Choice of 2 generators. 1 2400 watt & 3000 watt. E & S Maytag, 5491 Co. Rd. 68, Mbg., OH. 330-893-1336 ext. 2 FOR SALE: Sand Blaster. Very good to clean small parts. Eli D. Miller, 5491 CR 68, Millersburg, OH 330-893-1336 ext. 2



STORAGE UNITS available just outside of Nashville Ohio on Route 39. Starting at $29.00 per month. 330-674-4365.




FOGGED HOUSE WINDOWS? We can fix them without replacing the entire window. (330) 674-7556.

REPAIR WINDOW SASH & re-screen window & patio screens while you wait. Appt. only. 330-878-5651. Delmer Snyder, 8682 SR 93, Dundee 44624.



SIGLER PAINTING specializing in neat, clean, quality interior painting. Third generation painter. Excellent references. Free estimates. (330) 317-7048.


WE BUY junk cars 262-9300

FOR SALE: Tamko Shingles, Rustic Cedar Dimensional $65 per square, 62d square available. Rustic Slate Dimensional $65 per square 20 square available. Rustic Redwood 3 Tab $50 per square 30 square available. Call 330-465-7016

Steel Roofing 10000 72¢AD12562718 sq. ft.72 Steel

According to Western A. Price Foundation: Nutrients in Whole Foods that Cause Cancer Trans Fatty Acids: Imitation fats in shortening, margarines and most commercial baked goods and snack Strongly 08350foods. AD12561751 288 BLACK associated with cancer of lungs and backthe Ground white letters reproductive organs.

Fencing 895

Building all types of fences. Wire, wood, & vinyl. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/330-231-8813

Roofing & Spouting

CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094.

Equipment Rental 865

CRANE TRUCK RENTAL, 4-5 ton capacity, 45-ft. grapple boom, 25-ft staked flatbed deck, $125/hr. - labor included. Many applications. 330-466-6484.

Hauling 1000



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WILL DO interior & exterior painting, 10 years experience. Will also build rabbit hutches. Call Aaron Miller (330) 279-2114.

Place an ad in the Shopper classifieds and turn your junk into treasure.

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4 Time Winner Mazda Gold Cup


Being certified as a Mazda Gold Cup Dealer is the 2010 most prestigious recognition award that a Mazda dealer can receive.

Mazda Presidents Club Top notch customer care and high sales volume.

2012 Mazda3I TOURING APR STARTING @ 0%/36 MO.




NOW $18,997

MSRP $20,345

Lease For Buy For $ $ 199 x 42mo.x42K*** 251 x 72mo.** w/$2012


***Plus tax & fees. With approved Mazda Capitol Credit. Closed end lease w/$300 disposition fee. Excess mileage fee of .15. See sales for details.


2012 Mazda MX-5 Miata Touring

Power Equipped, Auto w/Arm Rest #: 3786T

PW & Locks, Air, Alloys, Bluetooth #: 3722

2012 Mazda2 Sport

1.9% w/$2012 DOWN

**740 Beacon w/approved credit 1.9% APR, tax, fees due at signing see sales for detail. All sale prices includes rebates and discounts.


2009 Mazdaspeed3 GT

#3747TC, 16K, Loaded with Leather New Tires and More

On Sale For $20,993 Buy For Only $288 x 72 Mo. 2010 Mazda6 I Touring Plus #3643TA, Loaded, One Owner, 31 mpg Highway w/moonroof .............................................On Sale For $15,999 Only $213 x 72 Months 2011 Mazda3 I Touring PWR Equipped, Retired Service Loaner with Service Records, #3428R .............Only $223 x 72 Months 2.9% APR 2011 Mazda3 I Sport Auto, A/C, CD & More, #P2174 .......................................................................On Sale For $15,799 Only $209 x 72 Months 2.9% APR 2011 Mazda6 I Sport Auto, A/C, Cruise, CD, Keyless, #P2175 .......................................................................On Sale For $16,067 Only $213 x 72 Months 2.9% APR 2009 Mazda6 I Touring Auto, Alloys, Push Button Start, 1-Owner, #3748TA ..............................................Buy For Only $223 x 72 Months 2012 Mazda3 I Touring Skyactiv, Technology, 9K, Clean, #P23196 .....................................................................On Sale For $17,995





Six Speed Manual, Transmission, Suspension Package & More!

#: 3763 JM1NC2C0225100

mpg hwy


for 60mo. MSRP $16,365




Buy For 192 x 72mo.**

mpg hwy

$ at

1.9% w/$2012 DOWN

**740 Beacon w/approved credit 1.9% APR, tax, fees due at signing see sales for detail. All sale prices includes rebates and discounts.

SPORT CARS & SEDANS 2011 Hyundai Accent GLS 4Dr., Auto, W/Stereo, #P2173, ....................................................................................On Sale For $12,452 Buy For Only $159 x 72 Months 2011 Honda Civic LX-S Immaculate, W/Alloys & Spoiler, #P2179, ....................................................................................On Sale For $17,499 Buy For Only $236 x 72 Months 2009 VW Passat Komfort Wagon Loaded, W/Leather, #P2168, ....................................................................................On Sale For $16,738 Buy For Only $228 x 72 Months 2011 Honda Civic EX-L 18 Loaded, W/Alloys, Leather, Auto, #P2178 , ...................................................................................On Sale For $19,845 Buy For Only $271 x 72 Months 2006 Hyunda Azera SE Loaded, Luxury Sedan, Leather, Auto & More, #P2182 , ...................................................................................On Sale For $10,590 Buy For Only $154 x 60 Months 2003 Honda Accord EXL V6, 80K, Loaded W/Leather, #3709A , ....................................................................................................Only $10,795 2008 Nissan Altima S Stick, Pwr Equipped, Spoiler, #P2193 , .......................................................................................................Only $8,995 2012 VW CC Sport Sedan Loaded, W/Leather, Excellant Condition #P2197 , .......................................................................................$ave Only $23,987 2011 Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V Loaded, Stick, Navigation #3776A , .........................................................Buy For Only $271 x 72 Months 2008 Mazda 3 I Touring Loaded, Stick, W/Moonroof #3777TA , .......................................................Buy For Only $155 x 63 Months

MSRP $27,275




Lease For 289 x 48mo.x48K***



w/$2012 ***Plus tax & fees. With approved Mazda Capitol Credit. Closed end lease w/$300 disposition fee. Excess mileage fee of .15. See sales for details.

TRUCKS VANS SUV’s 2011 NISSAN TITAN CREW CAB 4X4 #P2198 , Chrome Edition, Stunning V8, 18K, Must See,

Only $425 x 72 Mo. 2011 Suzuki SX4 AWD Auto, 27K Must See, #P2173, .........On Sale For $13,996 Buy For Only $182 x 72 months 2002 Ford Ranger FX4 Ext Cab 4x4 Pwr Equipped, 4 Door, 4.0 V6, #P2166A, .................................... Buy For Only $206 x 48 Months @ 4.9% 2010 Honda CRV EX-L AWD Leather, Satelite Radio, Very Clean, #P2191, .....................................................................................................Only $21,697 Buy For Only $299 x 72 Months 2006 Toyota Rav 4 Limited Loaded, V6, #3767TA, ..................................................................................On Sale For $13,577 Buy For Only $199 x 63 months 2004 Mazda Tribute ES 4x4 New Tires, 1-Owner, W/Service Records, #3769TA, .....................................................................................On Sale For $9,999 2010 Nissan Frontier Extended Cab SV 4x4, 4.0 6 Cyl., Loaded, PWR. Equipped #P2194, ........................................Buy For Only $318 x 72 Months


2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring Full Power, #P2158 .....Only $6800 2002 Honda Civic LX Sedan Pwr. Equipped Stick, #P2186 ..Only $5838 2004 Mazda MPV LX Great Condition,W/ Rear A/C, Alloys, Seats 7, #P2190 ............................................................................................Only $6399 2003 Ford Focus LX 4Dr., Auto, Great Fuel Economy, #3758TB Only $4700 2002 Honda Accord EX Loaded, Auto, Alloys & Moonroof, ALL USED CARS WITH #3714TA .........................................................................................................Only $5950 $2012 DOWN 2002 Mazda Tribute LX Loaded, V6, W/Moonroof & More, With approved Credit 740 Beacon @ 2.99% #P2176 ...........................................................................................................Only $6995 APR Unless Noted & Term Listed Next to 2001 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 Loaded, Ext. Cab, Full Pwr., 4.0 V6 Payment Plus Tax & Fees. See Sales for Details W/Cap, #P2192 .............................................................................................Only $5997

TOLL FREE#.............1-877-232-3370 PHONE#..................330-345-8506 open 24/7



EXPIRES 7-31-2012

MON. & THURS ...................................9-8 TUES., WED .........................................9-7 FRI. .....................................................9-6 SAT ................................................... 9-5



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MSRP .................... $24,995 Sale Price ........... $24,439 GM Rebate ............... $500

Sale Price



12 Buick Verano


Power Sunroof, Navigation, Remote Vehicle Start, Alloy Wheels, Power Windows and Locks. #163 MSRP .................... $28,545 Sale Price ........... $27,774 GM Rebate ............... $500

12 GMC Acadia

Sale Price

MSRP .................... $33,610 Sale Price ........... $31,481 Rebate ..................... $2,000

12 Buick Lacrosse CXL 12 Buick Regal Turbo Premium 3 Leather Heated Seats, 18” Chrome Wheels, Rear Vision Camera, Remote Vehicle Start w/Keyless Entry. #165

MSRP .................... $33,455 Sale Price ........... $32,654 GM Rebate ............ $1,000

Sale Price



12 Buick Enclave AWD Leather Heated Seats, Power Sunroof, TV/DVD with Bose Speakers, Remote Vehicle Start w/Keyless Entry. Chuck’s DEMO #049

Leather Heated Seats, Power Sunroof, 19” Alloy Wheels, Navigation, Remote Vehicle Start w/Keyless Entry. #161 Sale Price MSRP .................... $36,095 Sale Price ........... $35,033 $ GM Rebate ............ $1,000

12 Buick Enclave AWD



MSRP .................... $51,710 Sale Price ........... $48,231 GM Rebate ............ $2,000

Sale Price


Sale Price





12 GMC Canyon Crew 4x4

MSRP .................... $33,555 Sale Price ........... $30,368 Rebate ........................ $500

12 GMC ½ Ton Ext 4x4

MSRP ..........................$43,035 Sale Price .................$39,214 Rebate ...........................$3,000 *Trade in Bonus Cash .......$1,000

Sale Price

Leather Interior, 18” Chrome Wheels, Chrome Assist Steps, Power Windows SAVE & Locks. #286 $3,687



SLT w/Leather Interior, Heated & Cooled Seats, Z71, Heavy Duty Trailering Package, Rear Vision Camera, SAVE CD Stereo. #269 $7,821

Sale Price


MSRP .................... $28,335

SAVE $6,979

MSRP ..........................$35,315 Sale Price .................$32,336 Rebate ...........................$3,000 *Trade in Bonus Cash .......$1,000

Power Sunroof, 20” Chrome wheels, Navigation, DVD/TV. #063

Sale Price

29,481 NEW


12 GMC ½ Ton Ext 4x4

SAVE $5,241

MSRP .................... $51,570 Sale Price ........... $47,611 GM Rebate ............ $2,000

Sale Price

Power Windows & Locks, V8, Auto, Heavy Duty Trailering Package, Cruise Control, CD Stereo. #269


SAVE $5,959

All Wheel Drive, Auto, Power Windows & Locks, Air, Cruise Control, CD Stereo. #247

SAVE $4,129



12 GMC Terrain AWD

V6 Auto, Power Windows & Locks, 3rd Rear Seat, CD Stereo. #215

Sale Price



12 GMC Yukon Denali 4x4

Power Sunroof, DVD/TV, Leather Interior, Trailer Brake Control, 20” Aluminum Wheels, Power Liftgate, Bluetooth. #249 MSRP .................... $61,380 Sale Price ........... $55,722 Rebate ..................... $2,000

SAVE $7,658

Sale Price



Love it or Return it, Total Confidence Pricing

12 Chevy Cruze


Sale Price

16,499 NEW


13 Chevy Camaro

300H.P., 6 Speed Manual, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo. #014 MSRP .................... $24,245 Sale Price ........... $23,111 Bonus Cash .............. $500

Sale Price

MSRP .................... $24,790 Sale Price ........... $22,321 Rebate ..................... $2,750

Sale Price

SAVE $4,141

MSRP ..........................$23,975 Sale Price .................$22,834 Rebate ...........................$1,500 Bonus Cash ....................$500 *Trade In Bonus Cash ...$1,000

19,571 NEW


12 Chevy Impala LT


MSRP .................... $28,305 Sale Price ........... $23,116 Rebate ........................ $500

Sale Price



12 Chevy ½ Ton Ext 4x4

MSRP ..........................$31,810 Sale Price .................$29,817 Rebate ...........................$2,500 Bonus Cash ....................$500 *Trade In Bonus Cash ...$1,000

Sale Price



5.3L V8, Z71, Power Windows & Locks, Power Seat, Bluetooth. #225

V8, Auto, Air, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Trailering Package. #099

SAVE $4,066

SAVE $7,943

SAVE $5,117

MSRP .................... $31,065 Sale Price ........... $28,999 Rebate ..................... $2,000

Sale Price



MSRP ..........................$34,480 Sale Price .................$31,863 Rebate ...........................$2,000 Bonus Cash ....................$500

Sale Price



MSRP .................... $24,355 Sale Price ........... $22,973 Rebate ........................ $500

MSRP ..........................$39,270 Sale Price .................$35,827 Rebate ...........................$2,500 Bonus Cash .................$1,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash ...$1,000

Sale Price



12 Chevy Traverse

V6, Auto, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo. #298 SAVE $3,888

12 Chevy Colorado Ext 4x4 12 Chevy ¾ Ton REG 4x4 12 Chevy ½ Ton Crew 4x4

2LT, Chrome Assist Steps, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Automatic, Air. #113

12 Chevy Equinox

“Gas Saver”, Air, Auto, Power Windows and Locks. #246

SAVE $5,993

22,616 NEW


Sale Price

V8, Auto, Air, Cruise Control, Locking Rear Differential. #214

V6, Rear Spoiler, Power Seat, Aluminum Wheels, Power Windows & Locks. #254 SAVE

22,611 NEW


Auto, Air, Cruise Control, Locking Rear Differential. #208

“Gas Saver” 4 Cylinder, Auto, Remote Vehicle Start, Power Windows & Locks. #024


MSRP .................... $17,595 Sale Price ........... $16,999 Bonus Cash .............. $500

12 Chevy ½ Ton Reg

12 Chevy Malibu

“Gas Saver”, Air, Power Windows and Locks. #230

MSRP .................... $30,585 Sale Price ........... $28,697 Rebate ..................... $1,500 Bonus Cash .............. $500

Sale Price



12 Chevy Volt

“Gas Saver”, Leather Interior, Heated Front Seats, Bose Premium Stereo. #018


Sale Price




$7,500 Federal Tax Credit


GM Reserves the right to change rebates at any time, which may result in higher or lower pricing. Vehicle color may not reflect sale vehicle. *Must trade in any make 1999 or newer vehicle to qualify for this Bonus Cash **Must be a current AARP Member prior to March 1, 2012 to Receive Bonus Cash.. Sale ends 7/31/12.

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12 Buick Verano

Power Seats, Remote Vehicle Start, Alloy Wheels, Power Windows and Locks. #163

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Holmes County Shopper, July 26, 2012  

Holmes County Shopper is a weekly newspaper for Holmes County, Ohio, published by Dix Communications.

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