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Serving people in West Africa Living Hope Ministries provides for physical and spiritual needs
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The local Non-GMO Chapter is holding a screening of “The Future of Food Documentary” in the Community Education Room at Nature’s Food Market, Thursday, Sept. 13, at 6:30 p.m. Take a friend and learn how some companies are monopolizing the seed industry, what the consequences are of their patented seeds and how that affects farmers, consumers, and the environment. Is it ethically and morally right to patent genes and seeds? Should Big Ag control the food and seed markets? Question and answer session will follow the screening.
The monthly meeting of the Holmes County Humane Society is Thursday, Sept. 13 at 7 p.m. at the New Life Christian Center (Old Grocery Bag) in Millersburg. Guests welcome. For more information call 330-377-4026.
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Marty R. Stracke, 31, 335 S. Water St., Killbuck, self-employed, and Tina L. Badore, 43, same address, customer service manager, applied for a marriage application. Incorrect information appeared in the Sept. 6 Shopper.
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Living Hope International Ministries provides homes for orphans, assistance for education, medical care, village evangelism, church planning and leadership training. me; I was sick and you visited me; I was in prison and you came to me.” In accordance with this message, the organization has created a Children's Home, provides aid to orphans and sponsorships for children who can’t afford to go to school. “At the children’s homes we have two family units where a native
father and mother take care of a dozen children each in those two homes,” said Ranck. The school, called Living Hope Academy, currently has 100 students from nursery to fifth grade, said Ranck. Other missions include helping orphaned or unwanted village babies, prison ministry, an HIV/ AIDS clinic ministry,
After witnessing a high poverty level and, in many cases, hopeless circumstances in Ghana, Living Hope International Ministries was created to assist with basic needs and medical treatments. providing employment opportunities for native people, financial support for native pastors
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People in Holmes County and surrounding areas can also make a difference in Ghana by heading to the 7th annual Auction & Singspiration on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Mount Hope Produce Building.
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“We are there with a goal of doing evangelism in villages in the central region of Ghana, and that is done in a variety of ways,” said Director of Living Hope International Ministries Elvin Ranck. “The goal is to not necessarily go in as westerners and do the work, but to train and empower the Ghanian people to do it themselves.” The organization was inspired by the message of Matthew 25:34-36, which reads, “Then the King will say to those on his right hand, Come, you blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world: for I was hungry and you gave me food; I was thirsty and you gave me drink; I was a stranger, and you took me in; I was naked and you clothed
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Community Enjoy life; worry less about image “Scarlett O’Hara had a seventeen-inch waist, but she couldn’t eat anything at the barbecue, and at the end of the book she’s alone. What’s so great about that?” — Anna Quindlen, from Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake LOVE IT!!! And how incredibly true. I’ve always subscribed to the notion that leaving a perfect corpse is not something to aspire to. I want people to look down upon me and say “Wow. She had a lotta miles on her, didn’t she? She musta really enjoyed her life.” I don’t want them to look at me and say “What a pity to die so unblemished from a life unlived.” But, sadly, we are a beauty obsessed world. Problem is our definition of “beauty” has gone the way of our other values … skewed, twisted, and
narrowly defined. Our current stringent definitions of “beauty” ignore a significantly large portion of our population. Today, if you are not “beautiful” by the slick, glossy magazine standards, or the Hollywood starlet standards, that you have no “beauty” at all. How sad. But how that definition has changed. Marilyn Monroe was believed to be a beautiful Hollywood starlet. She hovered around a size 14 most of her life; today she’d be considered “fat.” Look back at some of her photos from her heyday; only someone with severe damage to their eyesight
would not consider her beautiful. Betty Grable graced the lockers of many of our service men, and she too hovered around a size 14. Grable was curvy and voluptuous, but no one ever called her “fat” then. I want my curves to speak to the two children I carried within and brought forth into this world. I want the wrinkles around my eyes and mouth to reflect the number of smiles and guffaws that passed through my skin. I want to be able to eat at the barbecue without worrying about whether or not my size 4 jeans are going to still fit in the morning. In fact, last time I was a size 4 I WAS 4! And who cares? I enjoy my life; I am not alone at the barbecue. We worry, in this country, too much about body image and not enough
about general health. Though I could stand to lose a few (scores of) pounds, I am generally in good health. I do have slightly high blood pressure, but decreasing my caffeine intake and increasing my activity level have helped that. My cholesterol is only slightly high and actually “not bad” for my age. So who cares if my waist isn’t seventeen inches (and my thighs are)?! I don’t smoke, drink, or abuse any substance except caffeine (and I’m working on that). I enjoy everything I’ve always enjoyed in my life — including chocolate, sweets, and carbs — I just enjoy them in smaller portions than I used to. I’d rather be chubby, eat at the barbecue, and share a sundae with a friend than have a skinny waist!
Briefs New arrivals
A BOY, Shawn Gabriel Renfrew, was born Aug. 6 at Wooster Community Hospital to Summer Thompson of Wooster and Gabriel Renfrew of Killbuck. He weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces and was 21 inches long. He joins a sister, Sonia Renfrew. Grandparents are Sharon Nasby of Wooster and Robert Renfrew of Killbuck. A SON, Kyle Vance Mike, was born July 29 at Wooster Community Hospital to Catharine Sherer and Josh Mike of Big Prairie. He weighed 8 pounds, 12 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Curt Sherer of Bucyrus, Melissa Thompson of Lucas and Dave Cunningham of Wooster. Great-grandparents are Beth and Chuck Sherer of Mansfield, Beulah Mike of Big Prairie and Elise Cunningham of Texas.
Luke Shetler, of Crestview, Fla., has been recognized by the United States Achievement Academy as a student of excellence in career education. This is a prestigious honor very few students can hope to attain as the Academy recognizes fewer than 10 percent of all American high school students. Shetler, who attends Shoal River Middle School, was nominated for this honor by Victor Mann, a teacher at the school. Shetler will appear in the United States Achievement Academy’s official yearbook, which is published nationally. Shetler is the son of Michael and Julie Shetler of Crestview, Fla. Grandparents are Lewis and Marilyn Shetler of Millersburg, and Ed and Nancy Maiwurm of Wooster.
Church notes St. John’s Church offering ‘The Story’ program
Camp Buckeye to hold pig roast
St. John’s Church of Millersburg is launching a 31-week, all-church program, “The Story.” It began Sunday, Sept. 9 with a new schedule for services: 8 a.m., regular adult Bible study; 9 a.m., participants of all ages in “The Story” gathered in fellowship hall for opening, including a brief video. At 9:15 a.m., there was a breakout with age-appropriate classes. Morning worship will begin at 10:15 a.m. with a new Children’s Church during the second portion of worship. St. John’s has long celebrated with The Thirst After Righteousness, a time of fellowship and refreshment following worship hour. The church is affiliated with the Evangelical Covenant Church and is served by the Rev. O. Kenneth Walther. “The Story” is open to those interested in pursuing an adventure in discovering the impact of biblical stories on our lives today. Creative teaching materials and other resources for study and reflection will be available for all participants.
Camp Buckeye is holding its annual pig roast on Saturday, Sept. 15 from 4-7 p.m. Enjoy a delicious meal to help support its camping ministry. Dinner includes roasted pig, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, dessert and a beverage. There will be door prizes and an opportunity to fellowship and learn more about what Camp Buckeye has to offer. Camp Buckeye is at 10055 Camp Road NW in Beach City. Cost for the meal is by donation. Call 330-756-2380 or e-mail email@example.com. The web site is www.campbuckeye.org.
St. Peter’s Fiat to hold chicken barbecue
also being accumulated for the Love Center. Reservations are due by Sept. 28 to Mary Ann at 330-674-2767, Rheba at 330-343-7046 or hccwclub@yahoo. com.
A chicken barbecue will be held Saturday, Sept. 22 at the Baltic Grocery Store parking lot, with serving beginning at 11 a.m. For orders call 330-897- Membership celebration at 3502 (can deliver). Cost is $5.50 per half. Sponsored by St. Peter’s Fiat United Community Bible Church Church of Christ. Proceeds will be used On Sunday, Sept. 30, a Community for church needs and mission work. Bible Church Membership Celebration will take place. All members are encouraged to attend and make sure their ‘Peace, Pies & Prophets’ name is on the church roll. Prospective presented at Central Christian members are encouraged to attend. “Peace, Pies & Prophets” by Ted & Donations needed Company is coming to Central ChrisPrisoner’s family Donations are needed to help troubled tian School in Kidron on Saturday, Sept. 22 at 7:30 p.m. and admission is free. boys. The Trading Post Thrift Store has ministry to begin Ted & Company players will bring this recently opened at 7703-B state Route Highland Church of God and the Wayne interactive event of storytelling with 241, just west of Mount Hope. All proHolmes Reentry Coalition through Your laughter, thoughtful dialogue and pie. ceeds will go to support the Ohio WilHuman Resource Center, announce col- Yes, peace pies ... the evening includes derness Boys Camp. Donations can be laboration with Linda Davis of L.O.O.P a hand-crafted pie auction to support taken to the store or dropped off at Ray (Loved Ones of Prisoners) Family Ministry. Christian Peacemaker Teams (www.cpt. Shaum’s located at 2678 S. Kohler Road, L.O.O.P., a nonprofit, faith based orga- org) and the local ministry of Camp Orrville. Call 330-857-5516 or 330-464nization, was developed by Davis who Luz. There will be a free-will offering to 1261 for more information. founded the group after having dealt with benefit these two organizations. her own feelings of pain, loss and shame Celebrate the Feast Join trip to Israel of having her own son involved in the Christian Women to meet of Trumpets Pastor Bob Fetterhoff of the Wooster criminal justice system. The purpose of Holmes County Christian Women’s Grace Brethren Church will be leading a Celebrate the Feast of Trumpets Sunday, L.O.O.P. is to provide family members, Sept. 16 at 4:30 p.m. at the home of David who may have an incarcerated loved one, Club will meet Oct. 1 at 9:30 a.m. at the tour of Israel and Jordan. The 12-day trip and Ruth Tennefoss. Hear the sound of a place to share, cope and lend one anoth- Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek. Program features first-class hotels, round-trip airfare, the shofar; this feast is the time of the er support during such a difficult time. will be a fashion show by Friendtique, two daily meals and admissions to sites like “Last Trumpet” and is a wedding celebra- L.O.O.P. began in Clinton and monthly a store supporting Hospice, with mem- the Temple Mount, Garden Tomb, Church tion; learn what “the last trump” means groups also meet in Hartville, two loca- bers as models, purses, a surprise event, of the Holy Sepulcher, Petra, Masada, a for Christians today. Singing will be led tions in Akron and beginning Sept. 18, scripture and grab bags. Please take a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee and more. by Ron Himes and there will be food and will meet every third Tuesday, monthly in grab bag to share, containing decora- The price is $4,895 per person based on fellowship. Please register your attendance Wooster at the Highland Church of God, tive, holiday, crafted, baked, preserved double occupancy from Cleveland includby Friday,Sept. 14 by calling 330-567-2043 669 W. Highland Ave. Call 330-212-6661 items, personal or home accessories (or ing taxes and tips. Call 330-264-9459, Ext. anything else you think of). Items are 220, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. or at email@example.com. or 330-264-9597.
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Barbwire Sights, sounds and feelings of fall are all around By BARB LUMLEY Columnist After days of heat, humidity, and some much needed rain, suddenly there is a hint of fall in the air. It was a little too cool for coffee on the front porch this morning. The hummingbirds are no where to be seen, evidently on their way to a warmer winter. We will leave a feeder up for a few days in case a “traveler” stops by. Fields are filled with Goldenrod, and some leaves have started to fall. Produce from the garden is winding down. We are digging potatoes, and thanks to watering them, we have a good crop. What could be better than green beans, ham and new potatoes or mashed potatoes from
newly dug potatoes — yum, yum!! The turnips should soon be ready. I love them raw sprinkled with a little salt! The big yellow school bus goes by every morning and students are settled back into a daily routine. Evenings are filled with homework and weekends with football. College students have scattered in many different directions and parents are dealing with the “empty nest” feelings, and looking forward to them coming home for the holidays. Farmers are “gathering in,”,as they have been doing all summer. Silos are being filled with high moisture corn or corn silage and in some areas the combines and corn pickers are already run-
ning. Gone are the days of cutting and shocking by hand. We used to finish up the evening milking and chores and then once again head to the corn field to cut and shock, and if there was a bright harvest moon we would sometimes work after dark. Days would be spent husking and tossing the corn into piles to be picked up later and dumped into the wagon pulled by the horses. The next step was shoveling it into the corn crib. It was hard work but so satisfying when that crib was full and we knew we had plenty of feed for the winter. For many, a lot of time has been spent filling freezers and pantry shelves with meat, fruit, vegetables, pickles, juices,
and jams. There is a feeling of comfort in knowing there is an abundance of food available regardless of what happens at the local grocery store. For those who grew up poor and hungry, having those shelves full gives a sense of security. County fairs are winding down, with only a few more to take place. Many areas have fall festivals scheduled, with antiques of all kinds, including working machinery, on display. They feature foods such as pancakes, buckwheat cakes, bean soup, pork and sauerkraut, and more. People from everywhere will take in those festivals to either reminisce about their childhood or to learn about items they have never seen before,
and to taste foods that were often on the family menu years ago. Pumpkins are already starting to decorate the countryside and stores are featuring items for Halloween and Thanksgiving. The Christmas decorations won’t be far behind, and we will soon be hearing Christmas songs. The days are getting shorter and cooler, the sun setting sooner, and snow and cold weather will be coming. This has been a hard summer with the drought and farmers have been concerned about a shortage of feed, but they will find a way to get through. Before you know it, they will be thinking about spring, deciding where they are going
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Pomerene Trail Run planned The Pomerene Foundation Fall Trail Run is set for Saturday, Sept. 15. The event will take place at the Millersburg Trail Depot (Rails to Trails) located at Clinton and Grant streets. The half-marathon will
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be offered for the third year. Registration begins at 6:30 a.m. and the race will start at 7. The fee for the half marathon is $55 and includes a Tek shirt, along with other items. Prizes will be awarded to the first place male and female category in the half-marathon, and medals will be awarded to all
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participants who finish within four hours. Other events include: 10k race beginning at 7:30 a.m., 5k race beginning at 9 a.m. and a fun walk/run at 10 a.m. Pre-registration fee for these events is $20 and include a long sleeve T-shirt. Day-of-event registration is $25. Please contact Sandy Weltmer at 330-674-1584 (ext. 1222) for more information or to pre-register. You may also visit www. pomerenefoundation.org to print off a registration form. Please mail forms to: Pomerene Foundation, 981 Wooster Road, Millersburg, OH 44654. Checks are made payable to Pomerene Foundation. Pomerene Hospital is located at 981 Wooster Road in Millersburg.
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go one-half block, Wdirectly across street from Danville High School). Admission is $1; prizes and refreshments.
Handmade With a Purpose craft show is Sept. 22 Young Life of Holmes and Tuscarawas Counties proudly presents Handmade With A Purpose, an all-American made craft fair Saturday, Sept. 22 from 10 a.m. -5 p.m. at Walnut Creek Mennonite. Space is still available for crafters. For more information please contact HandmadeWithAPurpose@gmail.com or 330-852-4534.
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A H e a l t h i e r Yo u David Christopher, Master Herbalist, son of Famed Herbalist, John R. Christopher is coming to Mt. Hope, OH Saturday, September 22, 2012 Mt. Hope Auction Grounds Produce Building 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM David Christopher is the owner of Christopher Publications, and Director of the School of Natural Healing.
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A chilling confirmation that summer is officially gone
smile then hopped in with her ride and sped away. The neighborhood fell silent and summer curled into a ball to pass quietly in its sleep. I’ve gone round and round with different folks about the moment when summer is officially gone. Some say it’s at sunset on Labor Day; others take a stand on the astronomical side and carry the season right up to the equinox claiming an entire extra month. Spending the past few decades with school-aged children in the house certainly did its part to shade my interpretation,
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ter to open the doors and start the coffee. “Um, John, I’m not really sure what the problem is, but it’s 44 degrees in here right now!” she said. “I would have called sooner but my glasses fogged over.” Our school occupies the second floor of a beautifully restored, downtown building which serves us well at least 99 percent of the time. However, any building that has stood for 100 years has got to have a well-developed soul, and the soul of our building loves to mess with me at the worst possible moments. I rushed to the center and we began opening windows, cranking up our tiny foot heaters and blowing fans out the doors in an effort to stabilize the climate inside. By combining the humid August air outside with the dry “January” air within we created something akin to an arctic rain forest. The temperature had climbed to a relatively balmy 53 degrees by the time the
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but a career shift to education several years back affirmed the thought — summer ends the moment school begins. The party’s over. The first day of school on my campus this year offered a “chilling” affirmation that the season had indeed changed overnight. One of the things we like to do on our little campus in Millersburg is offer students a bit of comfort as they transition into college. At the start of any given semester we have folks who are actually taking their first step into the world of higher education and we want to make that move as welcoming as possible. Few things make folks feel more at home than a nice batch of soft, chewy cookies, and I had just stopped at the bakery to pick up a tray on my way into school when I got a call. It was my assistant, Tami. She had gone ahead to the cen-
Summertime was officially laid to rest on the third Monday morning in August as a lone child stood in front of the wave of Black-Eyed Susan that fills the space between our house and that of sister, Sandy, and her gang. Not too terribly long ago our combined broods, a mob of seven cousins, would crowd into the frame for the briefest of moments as I’d struggle to click the shutter with a smile on every face. Within seconds they’d disperse in pairs and clusters to the elementary school down the street, the middle school across the tracks or the high school across town. This year our youngest, Sylvia, the lone remainder of those first-day posers, paused for a moment to flash her grandma’s dimpled
Wanda Brunstetter, best-selling author of more than 60 books with $6 million in sales, will meet readers and sign copies of her latest books, The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club and The Struggle during September in Berlin, New Philadelphia, Orrville, Millersburg and Sugarcreek. Half-Stitched: The Musical, currently playing at the Blue Gate Theatre in Shipshewana, is based on Wanda’s bestselling book. Brunstetter’s stops will be: Saturday, Sept. 15, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., Gospel Book Store, Berlin, and 2-4 p.m., Day Spring Christian Bookstore, New Philadelphia. — Wednesday, Sept. 19, 6-8 p.m., Orrville Public Library. — Amish Heartland Tours and Signing, Saturday, Sept. 22 and Monday, Sept. 24. See Pg. 11 — AUTHOR
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New technologies help keep home energy-efficient (ARA) — With shorter days and cooling temperatures, autumn brings many changes that can affect your home. Now is the ideal time for homeowners to prepare their homes to be secure and energy efficient. With some easy updates and modern tools, your home will be ready for fall with surprisingly little effort. Start by making your home safe for all members of the family. Cooler temperatures mean fewer hours of light, especially when daylight savings time ends. Shorter days can leave a house more vulnerable to intruders since it’s easier to break
in to a home unnoticed at night. Smart homeowners will check to make sure there is ample outdoor spot lighting and motion detector lights around their home. A well illuminated house is less attractive to criminals. Door hardware is another great security feature to update in the fall. No need to fumble with keys in the dark — many companies now offer a touchpad lock that can be opened hassle-free with a unique code or with the click of your smartphone through the use of modern cloud technology. Furthermore, you can keep your home safe,
secure and energy efficient wherever you are with modern tools like the Iris Smart Kit that allows you to manage home tasks right from your smartphone and operate as an affordable security system. Automatically turn the light on in your living room as you approach the house at night, receive a text when your kids arrive home from school, or receive an alert when the motion sensor on your front door is activated while away on holiday vacations. Available at Lowe’s, this easy-to-use home automation system is affordable for homeowners and rent-
ers. For homeowners looking to save energy and cut back on heating costs, the kit includes a programmable thermostat that allows for remote control of the thermostat through the Iris app. Also included is a smart plug that can remotely control devices in the home, such as lamps, and report back on the specific device’s current and historical energy usage. The motion sensors and contact sensors included in the kit also include a temperature gauge, so if you notice that the temperature by your window or door is colder than the rest of the home, take some time to add weather
stripping or caulk around areas where cold air can creep in. You can also detect air leaks by simply holding a piece of paper or a feather near doors and windows to detect airflow. Since heating accounts for the largest portion of your utility bill, with 45 percent going to space heating (U.S. Department of Energy), using technology to identify energy leaks in your home and making appropriate updates can put more money back into your pocket. Iris can be easily installed by the homeowner and the basic level of monitoring service is free. The free service
includes text and voice alerts to the homeowner when alarms are triggered, remote control of connected devices, thermostats and locks, and access to remote video streaming from cameras in the home via smartphone or computer. With these easy tips, preparing your home for fall’s cool weather and dark days is simple. New technologies, such as Iris, make keeping your home safe, secure and energy-efficient as easy as picking up your smartphone. You’ll feel good about saving money and keeping your family and belongings secure too.
gave me food; I was thirsty and you gave me drink; “We are there with a goal I was a stranger, and you of doing evangelism in vil- took me in; I was naked and lages in the central region you clothed me; I was sick of Ghana, and that is done and you visited me; I was in in a variety of ways,” said prison and you came to me.” Director of Living Hope In accordance with this International Ministries message, the organization Elvin Ranck. “The goal has created a Children's is to not necessarily go in Home, provides aid to as westerners and do the orphans and sponsorships work, but to train and for children who can’t empower the Ghanian afford to go to school. people to do it themselves.” “At the children’s The organization was homes we have two faminspired by the message of ily units where a native Matthew 25:34-36, which father and mother take reads, “Then the King will care of a dozen children say to those on his right each in those two homes,” hand, Come, you blessed of said Ranck. The school, my Father, inherit the king- called Living Hope Acaddom prepared for you from emy, currently has 100 the foundation of the world: students from nursery to for I was hungry and you fifth grade, said Ranck.
Other missions include helping orphaned or unwanted village babies, prison ministry, an HIV/ AIDS clinic ministry, providing employment opportunities for native people, financial support for native pastors and for the construction of church buildings and a project to get Bibles into the hands of native people. The non-profit organization is supported by contributions from individuals, churches and annual fund-raising events. People in Holmes County and surrounding areas can also make a difference in Ghana by heading to the 7th annual Auction & Singspiration on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Mount
Hope Produce Building. “It’s an immediate way of helping out right now by supporting and attending that event,” said Ranck. “Any items that people have to contribute toward that auction are appreciated.” From 2-8 p.m., food will be served for sit-down or carry-out. Options include sandwiches, barbecued chicken dinners, popcorn, soft-serve ice cream cones, sundaes and flurries, with a chicken barbecue dinner to run from 4-8 p.m. The auction is from 3-5 p.m. and singing will be offered at 2:303 p.m. and 5:30-8:30 p.m. Performances by the Loren Glick Family, who will be providing bluegrass gospel entertain-
ment with the mandolin, banjo and fiddle in harmonious singing, familystyle. Also singing bluegrass will be the Coblentz Family and Nelson and James, who will be singing selections from their new bluegrass recording for the first time. Each year, Living Hope International Ministries sends several containers filled with donated items to Ghana, where the items are distributed to the people in the villages, at the mission and in the orphanages. Included in the package is seed corn, which is distributed to village farmers. Each farmer receives
about 3 cups of seed corn with which to feed their family. LHIM plans to ship a container to Ghana in the next six weeks. For more information or to make a donation, call the LHIM office at 217-728-2393 or visit http://livinghopeinternationalministries.com. Headquartered in Arthur, Illinois, Living Hope International Ministries is an international evangelistic outreach of Gospel Express Ministries.
The Party in the Park hosted by the Berlin Lions will be on Sept. 22 beginning at 4 p.m. With music by local talent, barbecued chicken by the Lions, face painting for the kids and ice cream and hot pretzels from area vendors, it promises to be a fun evening. So bring your lawn chairs and come spend some
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time with your neighbors at the park, located below the Berlin Grade School on Elm Street. The next Lions Club meeting will be on Sept. 20 at noon at the Berlin Community Building. If you are interested to learn more about the Lions please RSVP to 330-231-5942 and join us for lunch.
— Friday, Sept. 28, 10 a.m.–noon, 2-4 p.m., The — Tuesday, Sept. 25, Gospel Shop at the WalHolmes County Public nut Creek Flea Market, Library. Sugarcreek. — Thursday, Sept. — Saturday, Sept. 29, 27, 7-9 p.m., Tuscara- 10 a.m.-noon, Gospel w a s C o u n t y P u b l i c Bookstore at the HolmLibrary, New Phila- es County Flea Market, delphia. Millersburg. (Continued From Page 10)
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Why fall is the time to tackle invasive plant problems (ARA) — The crisp days of fall will soon be here, but a long dry summer has left many homeowners looking out on lawns and gardens overtaken with invasive weeds and vines. A yard full of these noxious plants is sure to make it difficult to enjoy the cooler outdoor temperatures. In 2012, the nation faced
one of the hottest summers on record in the last 60 years. With more than two thirds of the country experiencing severe to extreme drought, conditions were ideal for pesky weeds to flourish. Weeds, like dandelions, crabgrass and clover, easily tolerate hot temperatures and dry soil, overtaking lawns and gardens
and lingering throughout the cooler fall months. Ivy and other aggressive vines thrive in the summer heat, climbing and covering bushes and trees and ultimately killing the plants underneath with their shade. Left untreated, invasive plants can quickly become health and safety hazards. Kudzu can grow up to a
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Mrs. M to unload the gear, plan and cook our own meals, thought was a great lead- clean our own bunks, and er. The historians in the if we didn’t, we were held crowd named kings and accountable. If you burnt authors. The political sci- the scrambled eggs, we ence majors named poli- all knew it. ticians. Knowing that I Mrs. M. taught us fairwould inevitably embar- ness, that in reality we rass myself, I named a get what we deserve, person who served as a which can be great things personal leader, someone if we put forth a respectwho while may have not able amount of effort. changed the course of Girls were all treated history, changed my life. the same, given the same I named Mrs. M., the Girl opportunities, and it was Scout leader of my youth. our duty to treat each You know those humili- other with kindness and ating moments that equality. Above everystick with you? For me, thing else, we were all this was one of them. Scouts working together, At the time I felt like no matter our differmy brain was shriveling ences. up and someone put a She taught us that if we “DUH” sticker on my worked hard, we would forehead. The blank play hard. The reward looks I received spoke system is nothing new, their disbelief, but even but for everything I have to this day, I stand by my done in my life, I still answer. remember the sweet Nowadays, when our feeling of passing tent lives are inundated with inspection after sweeping the upcoming presidenand cleaning half of the tial election, I can’t help campground and being but think back to the allowed to run wild and things Mrs. M. did to get out of dish duty. define what leadership Mrs. M. taught us to means to me. do it ourselves. If you Mrs. M. taught us were faced with a chalresponsibility. Every girl lenge, whether it was has a job, and every girl knot-tying, fire-building, will do her job because puffy-paint on a T-shirt, it is her responsibility to or trying not to burn act as a part of the whole. the eggs, she made sure If you are supposed to you were given the tools do it, you do it. Or else to succeed and then you pay for it. There was were set free with the minimal hand-holding, a knowledge. And if we general intolerance for complained about how whining, and through it hard it was, we’d hear her all, a gentle reminder voice saying something that we young girls were like, “tough noogies, you quite capable of taking can do it.” (Although she care of ourselves. We had didn’t say “noogies.” She (Continued From Page 12)
was a pretty honest gal.) And finally, she taught me to dance in your underwear. At the end of the day, when camp is clean, the girls are fed and in bed, don’t forget to celebrate all you have accomplished by guiding those you care about. It just so happens that, on a day when a craft includes tie-dying underwear, putting them on and boogying through the wilderness is simply what makes a great leader absolutely human. I just wish she were running for president.
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Hundreds of years later, the people of Winesburg, Ohio, still celebrate those brave women of legend by participating in the Husband Carrying Contest during the annual Winesburg Fall Gathering on Sept. 15. “The women and children were told they could carry their prized possessions out on their backs, so they carried their husbands. Here, we are going to reenact that,” said Debbie Webber, president of Winesburg
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Markets 221 GOATS — Kid 110down, billies 175-down, nannies 145-down, wethers 130down. 441 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 50-70, lambs 40-60 lbs. 87.50-147.50, 60-80 lbs. 95-147.50, 80-100 lbs. 90-112.50, 100-130 lbs. 90-102.50, 130 lbs.-up 85-95. TOTAL HEAD — 1,138. 63 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 250-380, 3rd and 4th cutting 260-410, mixed 1st cutting 210-320, mixed 2nd
cutting 250-375, lg. bales hay 60-95, lg bales hay 150-300 ton, wheat straw 175-225 ton, lg. bales straw 180 ton, ear corn 250-280, barley straw 140. 406 DOZEN EGGS — Brown 1.30-2.00; white 1.80.
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(Continued From Page 7) 75-82.50, medium-good 68-75, fair-medium 62-68, light-thin 62-down; 57 feeders, steers 80-160, heifers 70-140. 14 DAIRY — Cows 1,200down, bred heifers 1,300down. 218 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 90-120, good 60-90, common 30-60, back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 lbs. 125-200, crossbred 30-145.
KIDRON AUCTION Sept. 6 90 HOGS — 190-210 lbs. 34-48, 210-230 lbs. 49-50, 230260 lbs. 48-67, butcher sows 12-42, boars by weight 10. 242 FEEDER PIGS — Up
to 40 lbs. 17-36, 41-50 lbs. 32-68, 51-60 lbs. 31+43, 61 lbs.up 35-51, service boars 80-110, roasters 56-90. 137 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 85-112.50, back to farm, heifers 50-160, light & thin 65-down. 125 CATTLE — Steers 77-82, heifers 76-80, bulls 83.50-94.50, good beef cows
75-81.50, medium to good 67-84.50, thin to poor 65-down; feeder steers 86.50-102, heifers 62.50-96.50. 22 SHEEP — Market lambs 90-125 lbs. 92.50-101, feeder lambs 85 lbs.-up 87.50-122.50, cull ewes and bucks 32.50-65. 20 GOATS — 20-170. 160 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,160-down, bred heif-
ers 1,475-down, service bulls 450-1,375, open heifers 325800. TOTAL HEAD 826; Consignors 213. 36 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 180-320, 2nd cutting 285-365, 3rd cutting 270-360, lg. bales 35-75 each and 170-200 ton, straw 195-210 ton, ear corn 170 ton; firewood 130 load.
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Food,” at noon at Kenyon College, AVi Foodsystems, 106 College Park St., Gambier (Knox County). At Owl Creek Produce Auction, participants can learn about the role that produce auctions play moving food from farm to fork. Meet restaurateurs, distributors, market experts and growers
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At Kenyon College, join John Marsh and the AVI Foodsystems staff on a tour of the food system to learn how institutions like colleges and universities are sourcing local and sustainably produced food. See where the college stores and prepares the food grown on nearby farms and tour the student dining area. Meet the growers who supply and market to AVI when this tour travels to several nearby farms that provide food to the college. Directions: From Mount Vernon, travel east on Route 229/Gambier Road.
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Plant (Continued From Page 13) moderate to severe allergic reactions in almost all people. “Fall herbicide treatments are the most effective way to eliminate unattractive and potentially harmful plants from lawns and gardens so that those spaces can be enjoyed throughout the cool fall months,” says Aaron Hobbs, president of RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment), a national organization representing the manufacturers, for-
Calendar mulators and distributors of pesticide and fertilizer products. “This is the best time of year to eliminate invasive plants,” Hobbs adds. “Weeds move the products of photosynthesis like water, glucose and oxygen to their roots for winter food storage in the fall, enabling the roots to soak up herbicides as well.” Two to three treatments are usually all that is needed to completely destroy these types of plants. Effective herbicide options exist for every type of weed and vine.
The Environmental Protection Agency rigorously tests herbicides for potential human health and environmental impact before they can be registered and sold for use. As with all pesticides, users should always read labels and use and store products accordingly. With just one or two follow-up treatments after an initial fall herbicide application, invasive plants are eradicated at the root, and people can take back their lawns and gardens to enjoy the beauty of fall.
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OEFFA’s remaining events are: Sunday, Sept. 16: Sustainable living on an Ohio century farm tour — Carriage House Farm, North Bend (Hamilton County) Sunday, Sept. 16: 2012 OEFFA Stewardship Award winner tour — Peach Mountain Organics, Spring Valley (Greene County) Sunday, Sept. 23: Ohio farm history tour and potluck — Stone Garden Farm and Village, Richfield, Ohio (Summit County) Thursday, Sept. 27: Alpaca fiber production tour — Alpaca Spring Valley Farm, Minerva (Stark County). For additional informa-
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(Continued From Page 16) “Consumer demand for fresh, locally produced food and farm products continues to grow, along with the desire to understand how food gets from the field to the dinner table. Farmers are opening their gates this summer to show consumers how sustainably produced food is grown and marketed,” said Mike Anderson, OEFFA’s Sustainable Agriculture Educator. “The more consumers know about how their food is grown, the better prepared they are to make informed choices about who to support with their food dollars,” added Anderson.
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Why is Jesus coming back to this earth? This hope and teaching was almost completely lost during the Dark Ages, or about the period of time between 300 A.D. and the mid-18th century. No established denomination was teaching and believing in Jesus’ Second Coming, until the great cry of men who found and had revelation from the Bible knowledge of his return. The book of Daniel was the principle source of this lost faith. About 1820, three men began, almost simultaneously, preaching of Jesus’ Second Coming. These three men were Joseph Wolf in Asia, Edward Irving in England and William Miller in the U.S. Since that time, many now teach Jesus’ Coming, but few have come to the knowledge of why He is to return. Jesus spoke of it on many occasions. Also. the prophets foretold this great event! Here is Jesus’ prophecy: “For the Son of Man shall come in the glory of his Father…and then shall reward every man according to his works” (Matt 16:27) Thus, we can now see why Jesus’ Second Coming is so essential and necessary! Why? He is returning to reward all men! What is the wages of sin? Death! What is the wages of righteousness? Eternal Life! (Romans 6:23). Thus, clearly taught is the truth, men do not go to their reward at death! They wait for the return of the Savior, and then He will determine who will live forever, and who will be destroyed. What about those that have already died? Listen to what the righteous man, Job, believed: “If a man die, shall he live again? All the days of my appointed time will I wait until my change come.” (Job 14:14). When will Job live again? Steve Ryan 615 S. Owen Dr Mustang, Ok 73064
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Fall ness Association will dish out its famous ham and “We’ll have some raffles bean soup. This year, said Webber, and drawings for door prizes that we’ve never the bean soup will be had before, some 50/50 served at Heritage Park. A variety of live music drawings for guessing the weight of pumpkins and will provide further we’re also featuring the enjoyment for those at husband-carrying contest the gathering, featuring such local favorites as again,” Webber said. As always, the volun- bluegrass band Salt Creek teer fire department will Inc., Glenn Park’s Banjo hold a chicken barbecue, Entertainment, oldies homemade ice cream will band Prism and Bounbe provided by the Wines- tiful Folk, a dulcimer burg Historical Society group, as well as Celtic/ and the Winesburg Busi- folk rock band Maidens (Continued From Page 14)
IV, the Akron University Steel Drum Band Duo and Nelson & Friends. “We’re excited about the new entertainment, many of these people we’ve never had before this year. It’s going to be nice to have some new faces,” Webber said. Vendors will line the sidewalks selling a variety of antiques, crafts, artwork and other items. “We have invited a lot of artists and crafters, flea market sellers and antique dealers,” said
Webber. “There should be good mix this year.” A silent auction begins at 1 p.m., with the regular auction to follow at 3 p.m. featuring handcrafted Amish furniture and goods, crafts, baskets and more, all donated by local builders and artisans. As something new this year, merchants will hold a give-away of a Giant bicycle. On Sept. 14-15, customers will receive one entry ticket for each purchase and one additional ticket for every additional $10 spent. The drawing for the bicycle will be held after 4 p.m. Saturday during the Fall Gathering Auction. Participating stores are Miller Hardware, Ruby’s Country Store, D&J Fab-
rics, Country Acres Bicycle Shop and the Winesburg Dariette. The proceeds from the gathering are injected back into the community in multiple ways. “The business association comes up with projects to benefit the community and the auction helps people in the community who have medical issues or other issues that they could use a little extra money for,” said Webber. “The community, other organizations and people in need are all going to be beneficiaries of the fall gathering.” In the past, these community projects have gone toward community improvement in the historic village, such as the preser-
vation and restoration of historic buildings and the development of shade trees. Over the years, these restoration projects have contributed to Winesburg’s strong sense of nostalgia: Combining the old-fashioned feel of Whitmer’s General Store, Winesburg Antiques, Time & Treasure Trove shop, the Bicycle Museum and Grapevine House B&B with antiquated street lights, restored houses and a collection of antique tractors on display, the Winesburg Fall Gathering offers visitors the chance to experience simpler times. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Hillcrest Orchard is family-owned, -operated business By CHRISTINE L. PRATT Staff Writer With more than 20 varieties of apples, 10 varieties of peaches and fresh pressed apple cider, visitors to Hillcrest Orchard are bound to find the perfect fruit for their taste. The orchard, started in 1928, is located at 2747 Township Road 444, Sugarcreek, just north of Walnut Creek. Operated by the Hershberger family since 1968, the farm is now owned by Merle and Lela Hershberger, whose seven children can be found lending a hand on the property. They’re often joined by other
family members who help out year round and especially during the fall harvest season. “It’s a home-owned business. We’re a very relaxed atmosphere,” according to Lela Hershberger, who said the farm operations constantly are ongoing and part of visitors’ experience. “They can watch us work. Where you buy, we’re right there sorting the apples,” she said. Cider is pressed on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. No preservatives added, the fresh apple cider is sold only at the farm, she said, noting that because
it is unpasteurized, it cannot be wholesaled. Because it’s not pasteurized, she said, it tastes fresher. Before being made into cider, apples are wash and mashed. They don't use drops, according to Merle Hershberger, who said, “If we don't eat it, we don't grind it for cider.” They also make fresh apple butter, in a copper kettle over an open fire, starting in early November. “We want people to think local,” according to Merle Hershberger. “We are not organic, (but) we do use some organic products and, of course, try to
use the minimum amount of spray. We would like to be proven wrong that it is impossible to raise a nice, sellable apple raised totally organic in Ohio.” On the farm’s 75 acres are planted 70 acres of apple trees and five acres of peach trees. Of the trees, about 45 acres are producing trees, while there are many more young trees waiting to bear fruit. Currently, there are about 8,000 trees to prune and reguChristine L. Pratt photos/www.buydrphotos.com larly care fore, but plans The all-time favorite apple available at Hillcrest are to increase that num- Orchard is the golden delicious. ber in the coming year. In 2013, the goal is to port a pick-your-own in the ground, it will be plant another 3,400 dwarf branch of the business. trees to eventually sup- But, even once they’re See Pg. 20 — HILLCREST
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Hillcrest and the drought this summer. We’ve been blessed,” another t w o - t h r e e according to Merle Heryears before the trees shberger. “The all-time bear fruit, said Lela favorite apple is still goldHershberger, who said en delicious. We sell twice the goal is rooted in a as many (golden delicious desire to “have more apples) as any other varithings the family can do ety.” together.” This summer the busiRight now, they raise ness was remodeled, 22 varieties of apples and bringing added conve12 varieties of peaches. nience to the custom“We have a good crop of er through increased apples this year in spite space for the salesof the frost last spring room. Added was a
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new cider house which includes large windows through which visitors can peek and watch the cider-making process. A scenic observation deck offers a beautiful view of Mud Valley and beyond. Hillcrest Orchard is open eight months of the year, August-March, and is committed to selling fresh local produce in season and citrus and produce in the winter.
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Holmes County Home Fall Benefit Auction is Sept. 15 By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer The 41st annual Holmes County Home Fall Benefit Auction will be held Saturday, Sept. 15, to raise money for the elderly at the Holmes County Home. Held every fall at the home, 7260 state Route 83, Holmesville, proceeds are used to buy equipment and other items for the residents. “The proceeds will benefit the residents of the Holmes County Home, the primary reason we have it is for the resi-
dent’s needs,” said Holmes County Home Superintendent Leslee Mast. The Holmes County Home is an assisted living facility that provides care for county residents with medical needs who may be low income or indigent. While the home is supported by a levy, revenue is limited to those funds and those the residents can provide. “The auction allows us to take care of items we may not have funding for, it allows us to do updates
to the home and repairs our budget may not allow us to support,” said Mast. The festivities kick off Friday, Sept. 14, with a volleyball tournament. So far, 34 teams have signed up. The first ever Friday night fish fry, which includes fish, french fries and kettle stew, will begin at 5:30 p.m. “Friday night is also an opportunity for people to come out and view the items we will have on sale Saturday,” said Mast. On Saturday, the auction will feature everything from hand-crafted furni-
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ture and quilts to a deluxe top buggy with LED lights and a pony and cart. “We have a pole building, a hunting cabin that would be built on site, we have a large play set. There is something for everybody,” said Mast. Auction-goers won’t go hungry — a full course breakfast begins at 7 a.m.
by donation and a full course lunch of barbecue chicken, noodles, baked beans, potato salad, pie, ice cream and more follows at 10 a.m. A silent auction will begin at 7 a.m., and the auction begin at 9 a.m. with a large selection of locally-made wooden furniture. In addition to bed-
room sets in silver maple, rustic cherry and oak, other items include roll top desks, chairs, hutches, tables, benches, bookcases, rockers, recliners, entertainment centers, coffee tables, grandfather clocks, dining room sets and more. See Pg. 22 — HOME
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Saturday’s Fall Trail Run benefits Pomerene
200 YEARS — Celebrate two centuries of ministry, worship and fellowship with Nashville United Methodist Church on Sept. 15 from noon until 4 p.m. In 1812, this Methodist congregation formed in Drake’s Valley, just west of Nashville. It was the first Methodist Society in the area that would become Holmes County. Over two centuries, the church has undergone many transitions, moving from Drake’s Valley to Nashville, constructing and reconstructing a church building, and completing additions to accommodate a growing church body. Portions of the current building date to 1852, with the brilliant stained glass windows adorning the sanctuary since 1901. The real celebration is of the heritage and legacy that has spread its roots through the community over the years. In the truest United Methodist tradition, everyone is invited to partake in the church’s historic day of fellowship. Throughout the afternoon, enjoy live music, hot dogs, chips and snacks, desserts, ice cream, games for kids, photo memories, and general revelry.
By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer The 14th annual Pomerene Foundation Fall Trail Run is set for Saturday. Participants can compete in races of varying lengths, including the competitive 5k (3.1 miles), 10K (6.2 miles) and half marathon (13.1 miles), as well as the noncompetitive 2-mile fun walk. The events begin at the Rails to Trails Depot, located at Clinton and Grant streets in Millersburg, with registration beginning a half hour before the start of each race. The Fall Trail Run is unique in that runners and walkers have multiple race options to choose from, said event organizer Sandy Weltmer. Participants also will receive long-sleeved shirts and prizes. The proceeds help the Joel Pomerene Founda-
tion — the fundraising arm of Pomerene Hospital — fulfill the needs of residents of Holmes and surrounding counties. “It gets our name out there and lets people know that we do things like this to help with scholarships and anything extra that the hospital needs,” Weltmer said. With the proceeds from the race, the foundation awards $1,000 scholarships to four graduating seniors at area high schools to assist them in entering health-related fields of study. The money also pays for unbudgeted medical equipment for the hospital. “We give out scholarships to one student from West Holmes, Loudonville, Garaway and Hiland for a senior student who is going into the health care field,” said Weltmer. After the students return a detailed
Mark your calendars now for Friday and Saturday, Sept. 14-15 when Hochstetler Milling will be hosting its 5th Annual Log Cabin Days. Hours are 11 a.m.-7
p.m. Friday and 9 a.m.5 p.m. Saturday. Hochstetler MIlling is located at 552 Ohio 95 Loudonville. Added this year is “Log Home University,” a com-
prehensive and informative seminar presented by Rob Clutter, a writer for Log Home Living magazine, and a leading authority on log home planning and construction. Anyone
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At 9:30 a.m., miscellaneous items will be auctioned at the second auction location. Some items include Raleigh men’s and women’s bikes, a horse collar, a child’s wheel barrow, a buggy jack and several other items both large and small. An auction of specialty items will be held in the main auction ring at noon, highlighted by a 24-foot by 32-foot by 9-foot post frame building. The building features a 4-foot overhand and 36-inch entrance door, 9-foot by 8-foot garage doors, four windows and a choice of color on the steel siding and the roof,
to be constructed on the buyer’s level site with 4-inch finished concrete within six months of auction date. Other specialty items include a hunting cabin with a porch and a loft, a corn hole game with the Holmes County Home logo, an oak toy chest engraved with the logo, a Honda 2000 generator and a boom ruck load of firewood logs. Also included in the specialty items are 275 pounds of hamburger, four 16-ounce rib-eye steaks, a barbecue hamburger dinner for eight people and a baby back rib dinner for 12 people. At 1:30 p.m., lawn furni-
ture, barns, gazebos play sets, horse and buggy sets and much more will be ready for bidding, as will 50 quilts in various patterns, including the Double Wedding Ring, the Log Cabin Star, the Irish Chain, Boston Common and the Marines Star. All items are donated. Last year, the auction raised about $174,000 with roughly 2,000 people in attendance. That number has continued to increase over the years, said Mast. “We are very fortunate to have the support of the community and that is why the County Home is still in existence,” she said. Kaufman Realty and Auctions will be the auctioneer. Cash or checks are accepted with a positive ID. Visa and Mastercard are also accepted with a 3 percent buyer’s premium. Parking is available behind the Home. For more information or to donate, call the Holmes County Home at 330-279-2801 or Aden Hershberger at 330-4733665.
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“It’s grown quite a bit,” said Weltmer, noting from 16 participants the first year and 23 the second year, the half marathon is continuing to attract more runners this year. “And a lot of the people who ran in the 10K have moved to the half marathon.” Those who register for the half marathon will receive a Tek shirt and other items included in the fee, and prizes will be awarded to first place finishers in the male and female categories. Medals will be awarded to all participants who finish within a four-hour time frame. Other race start times are: 10k race, 7:30 a.m.; 5k race, 9 a.m.; fun walk/run, 10 a.m. Contact Sandy Weltmer at 330-674-1584, Ext. 1222, for more information or to preregister, or visit www.pomerenefoundation.org to print a registration form.
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application, a review board chooses applicants who are best suited for the scholarships. “Also, if there is any equipment the hospital needs that it hasn’t budgeted for, then we have that available for them too.” Since its inception 14 years ago, the Fall Trail Run has continued to grow. From attracting less than 30 runners that first year, the run has more than quadrupled, drawing 138 runners to the canopied path of the Holmes County Trail last year. “That was our largest year, and the year before that we had 99 (runners),” Weltmer said. Now in its third year, the half-marathon (13.1 miles) will begin at 7 a.m., with registration at 6:30 a.m. Despite being the longest race option, the half marathon has proven popular, said Weltmer.
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quarterback. He is a multi-threat himself with his legs and his arm, but all he has to do for West Holmes to be successful is turn and hand off to one of the horses in the stable. Perone, Mackey, Grant Hay, Luke Ogi, Clay Stutzman, Josh Carsner, Dakota Wells, Lee Schlegel… It is a never-ending list. Having all those solid runners makes the playaction pass a deadly weapon. Defenses have to play tight and respect the run. So when they give that inch to defend the run, that gives the receivers, Brady Arnold and Mitch Sheely a mile to get themselves open. And they have done a good job of that so far. Arnold has caught a couple touchdown tosses already and Sheely has shown good hands. Macaulay, too, has caught a pair of touchdown passes, but both were called back for penalties. Defensively, the Knights are tough as nails, as well, with two giants on the end of the front line in 6-foot, 6-inch Macaulay and 6-5 Snyder. In the middle are Rose and Mackey, with linebackers Perone and Leppla right behind, putting on the hits. The small fries in the secondary, Arnold, Lukas See Pg. 25 — LYNCH
By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer It took some time, but eventually West Holmes used its superior strength up front to wear down the defensive front of the Redskins. And once the Knights established that dominance, it was like men against boys as the visitors manhandled Coshocton 41-7 Friday at Stewart Field. “We put a lot of pressure on our offensive line. They’re the guys who do the dirty work and don’t get much credit,” West Holmes coach Kevin Maltarich said. “They really did a nice job tonight, and they’ve taken it upon themselves to get better. We talked all week about sustaining blocks. “We want the running backs to have the mindset that even if they don’t have the block, they’re going to gain four yards,” Maltarich added. “And we want our linemen to have the mindset they don’t want our backs to get touched. If they both have that mindset, good things are going to happen.” Good things, like rushing to the tune of 420 yards and five touchdowns. “They are by far the best football team we’ve seen all year,” Coshocton coach Jim Woodrum said. “They’ve got some great backs who run hard.
SPORTS FANS! Slugger Jim Thome has insconspiculously put together a Hall of Fame career while playing for six teams over 22 seasons. He ranks seventh all time career homers with more than 600, and achieved two historic milestones in 2012. In June, Thome became just the fourth player in history to blast 100 homers with three different teams, joining Alex Rodriguez, Reggie Jackson and Darrel Evans. And in July he set the record for most career walk-off dingers with 13, breaking a tie with Babe Ruth, Stan Musial, Mickey Mantle, Jimmie Foxx and Frank Robinson. Hall of Fame company indeed. Have you ever heard of a “Golden set” in tennis? That’s when on player takes 24 straight points from another without giving up even one to win the set 6-0. You’d think it would be big news if it ever happened in a major tournament, but it did, and it wasn’t. During Wimbledon in 2012, Yaroslava Shedova of Kazakhstan took a golden set from Italy’s Sara Errani, and hardly anybody even noticed. But the fact that it was the first time a golden set had been recorded in a major tournament since the Open era began in 1968. If you ever win a gold medal in the Olympics, don’t bother cashing it in. if the medals given out at the 2012 Summer Games in London had been pure gold, they would have cost $25,000 apiece to make. In all, it would have cost the Games $40 million. The medals awarded in London were just 1.34 percent gold. In fact, the last Olympics to award medals of pure gold were the Summer Games in Stockholm in 1912.
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They’re not going to come down with that first hit. But I’ll tell you what, that offensive line deserves a lot of credit. They’ve got some men out there who are big, strong and physical. They’re a very good football team. We knew exactly what they were going to do coming in and it was just a matter of trying to stop it. When you don’t stop it, it makes for a long night.” After sparring with the Redskins through a scoreless first quarter, looking for a weakness, the Knights put on their track shoes and ran for three second-quarter touchdowns. Layne Perone got the scoring started with a 28-yard scoring burst up the middle. Logan Gallion tacked on the conversion kick for a 7-0 lead at 9:09 of the second quarter. The defense of the Knights stymied the Redskins on three plays, forcing a punt, and West
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West Holmes’ Gabe Snyder, who had four sacks vs. Coshocton, rushes the Redskins’ punter during the Knights’ 41-7 Week-3 win last Friday. Holmes struck again — quickly. On second down, Garrett Mackey broke free for a 46-yard scoring jaunt and a 13-0 lead after Gallion’s kick sailed wide. The defense stuffed Coshocton again, this time thanks to Gabe Snyder’s third sack of the first half. “I’m just reacting out there, making plays,” Snyder said. Redskin quarterback Brock Bolden was sacked
four times in the first half, five times altogether. “Gabe had a great game. We ran a lot of stunts. We executed pretty well on defense,” fellow defensive lineman Mackey said. “I think people can stop questioning why I’ve got my quarterback at defensive end,” Maltarich said. “I truly think he might be a defensive end playing quarterback. He’s just outstanding over there. See Pg. 24 — LATEST
Three weeks into the season might be a little too early to crown the West Holmes football team as kings of the gridiron, but I must admit that this is one of the most well-rounded football teams the Knights have fielded in a long, long time. They have manhandled three consecutive opponents. They put up a fast 41 against Triway, a soft 55 against River View (they could’ve easily scored many more points), and again posted 41 against Coshocton. A 45-point per game average is pretty impressive, if you ask me. Why are these guys so good? It all starts up front. The offensive line of Tyler Singleton, Andrew Rose, Alex Wengerd, Keaton Leppla and Colton Shane, along with tight end Brock Macaulay, are making holes big enough to drive a truck through, according to running back Garrett Mackey, who in years past was the main man in the West Holmes backfield. This season so far, the senior is playing second fiddle to junior Layne Perone, who is averaging almost 200 yards per game! It is that kind of unselfishness, ‘team first’ attitude that makes this squad so good. Rose and Leppla were both running backs coming up through the system, but in their senior years were willing to make the move up to the offensive line where they can best help the team. Rarely do you see that kind of commitment. They both love to hit people and there is no more hitting going on anywhere else on the football field than down in the pits. Every play. Boom, grind, grunt, smash, and more grinding. Gabe Snyder is doing an admirable job as
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Young West Holmes spikers firing on all cylinders By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer When West Holmes has its offense firing on all cylinders as it was Thursday in the Dungeon, the Knights are hard to stop. The Wooster Generals found that out, falling in three games 25-20, 25-15, 25-20. “They are a good team.
They go at your weaknesses,” Wooster coach Jen Snowbarger said. “Cara (Park) runs a great offense. She’s hard to read as a setter, so my blockers were reacting a little later to the hitters, which helps the hitter out.” The freshman setter of the Knights had an outstanding evening in dish-
ing out 28 assists to a variety of hitters. Paiten Strother led the West Holmes attack with 14 kills. Laina Snyder chipped in six kills, while freshman Raichelle Erman added four kills, as did senior Rachelle Morrison. “We started four freshman tonight,” West Hol-
mes coach Jim Park said. “We’re young, but we’ve got some experience at key positions. And besides, once you’re on varsity, nobody cares what grade you’re in. Cara may be a freshman, but she’s probably got the most experience in the gym, playing all over the nation the last couple of years (in JO volleyball).” Snyder and Strother are juniors who also played a big part in the Knights’ win, which helped the hosts improve to 4-2 on the season, 3-1 in the Ohio Cardinal Conference. Not only did they lead the offensive attack, Strother had two blocks ** and Snyder three. Wooster (2-3, 1-3) is young as well, and it is experiencing growing pains. Junior Sydnee Logee and sophomore Megan Fiscus led the attack.
Logee hammered 13 kills and Fiscus blasted eight. Fiscus also had eight defensive digs. The Knights jumped out to a big lead in each of the games. In the opener, it was the strong serving of another freshman, Makayla Palm (two aces), that helped West Holmes go from an 11-9 advantage to 17-9. “Momentum is so big in volleyball. When you’re in it, then let them rattle off four points or so, it’s hard to play catch-up,” Snowbarger said. “I thought we did a good job of fighting until the end, that they had to continue to play even through Game 3. That’s a step in the right direction for us.” Even if they are small steps. “Right now, as we make baby steps at getting better, consistency is the hardest thing to find
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FOR RENT: Cat D-5-C Dozer with winch and log arch. $31.00 per hr. Eli J. Weaver, 7841 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH 44611
OLDER FARMASTER 612 FORD tractor with all hydraulic loader, power steering, runs good, good condition, $4900. (330) 317-7048.
FOR RENT Takeuchi TB 135 mini excavator. Heat & air conditioning. Different size buckets available. $25. per hour. Day time phone 330-231-5065 or 330-567-2213 ext 1.Duane Raber.
1946 2N FORD, rebuilt engine. Nice restoration project. $1975. Scenic View Engine, 5673 CR 59, Millersburg. (330) 674-2450.
SWEET CORN will be ready the week of the 27th. Incredible and Candy Corn. $2.50/doz. Elmer Mast, 8718 TR 552, Shreve. (330) 567-5960.
New Holland LS170 Skid steer. 2000 hours, good condition, $12,500 Jeff Miller 330-852-3029
FOR SALE: 330-567-2249.
DELL COLOR printer, new in box, $30; Dell printer, used, $10; Sony DVD & Sony VCR player, $20 each; Samsung 22" color TV, $30. 330-231-1369 or 330-893-8414
JOHN DEERE 5220, very good shape $12,500; Bobcat 610, new paint, runs
FOR SALE: Frost Tech gas range freezer. 8 cu. ft., $1100 OBO. 330-359-0262
SELLING FOUR wire corn cribs, 14 ft. diameter, varied conditions. Call 330852-2482 for more information.
MAYTAG RINGER Washer, in good shape. $350. 330- 897-1038.
2003 GMC Savanna, dark blue, AWD, 82,000 miles, $8800. 330-473-3530
FOR SALE. Maytag square tub washing machine, like new condition, $500. (330) 359-0270.
FOR SALE. 6 ft double Dunham cultivator, good cond. $250. David H Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892.
FOR SALE: Bobcat S185 skid steer loader. 1460 hrs, good condition, $17500; Quick Tach pallet fork for skid loaders, heavy duty, $525; Also 18", 12", 10", and 26" Bobcat Earth Augers for Bobcat drive unit. 330-359-0150 Mt Eaton Trailer LLC
Appliances Electronics good, $4650. 330-473-3530
FOR SALE: 36" brown Magic Chef clear, gas cook stove. $325. Works good, suitable for basement. Joni Raber 7455 TR 501 Lakeville OH 44638
WANTED: TRACTOR wheels, solid rubber, 8 hole, 55-60 inches, fits Massey Ferguson. Also skid loader tires, Air Boss. (740) 552-1722.
INTERNATIONAL 574 Diesel Tractor, choice on rear wheels. $5200. Ans. Ser. 330-359-1203.
205 Open for Inspection: Wednesday September 5th 5:00 to 7:00PM Located east of Apple Creek in Southern Wayne County this property features a ranch home and large garage with excellent access to US 250 putting it within minutes of Apple Creek and short drive from Wooster and its conveniences. The Mast Builders custom home was built in 1998 and features approximately 2,200 square feet, 2 or 3 bedrooms, (including the master suite) large living room, kitchen and dining area with 4-seasons room. Home also has 2 baths, full basement and a paver patio as well as an attached 2-car garage. The mechanics of the home include LP heat, central air, central vac, whole house sound, and a fireplace. The detached garage is 30x40’ with heat, electric, water, phone and a tv hook up. The improvements rest on 11.379 acres of nicely rolling acreage that is situated above Dover Rd. giving it a vantage point from which to overlook the road. The property has more than enough room for several horses, cattle or a 4-H project. Gas/ Oil rights will transfer with the property, it appears to have no current gas/oil leases. Note that both parcels will access via the existing drive. Parcel 1: 7.5 acres, 230’ frontage, custom ranch home and garage with large back yard Parcel 2: 3.8 acres, 343’ frontage, excellent building lot with good view of Dover Road Harley Davidson, Parts, Tractor, Equip: 2001 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic Trike, upgraded forks, upgraded motor, custom paint, 8,650 miles; HD parts from the Ultra Classic, saddlebags, saddlebag guards, tire on rim, brake caliber, fender, mirrors; JD 790 4WD tractor diesel 700 hrs; 6’ finish mower. 10’x16’ storage barn. Household: GE Profile double oven w/ gas range; Maytag side by side w/ water & ice dispenser; 4-piece entertainment cabinet; surround sound system; mission style table & benches; air hockey table; antique high chair. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. In bidding buyer is asserting that they will have the funds to close. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. All information gathered from sources deemed accurate but is not guaranteed. Buyers to pay $500 per surveyed parcel. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Legal: Parcel 27-00240.001 in East Union Township of Wayne County and the Southeast LSD. Taxes are: $1,343.85 per half and will be prorated to time of closing. Real Estate sells at 6PM with contents/chattels selling directly thereafter. Chattel/Content Terms: Payment in full day of sale via cash or check with proper ID. Sale by the Order of: Roy & Mary Miller
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NEW HOLLAND sickle bar mower, model 45,46,47; And a 12" Bell saw, planer, model 9103; Old Craftsman planer, table router, and radio arm saw. 330-466-1106
COMPLETELY REBUILT Maytag wringer washer with or without electric motor. Henry A. Raber, 330-674-5691.
195 Services 220 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.
Appliances Electronics 225
FOR SALE: 8 N Ford tractor for parts. $1200 OBO can be seen at 14596 TR 468 Lakeville, Ohio.
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, September 17, 2012 5:00 PM
(Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM) antiques/collectibles * Household/Furniture * tools Some items from the household of Marjorie Miller antiqueS/coLLectiBLeS: Sessions mantel clock; retro radios and electronics; retro women’s hats and boxes; retro photo equipment; 1938 bread box; fireman’s cap; early drop lead wooden table, baby carriage; crank ice cream freezer; early hope chest; tonka fire trucks; early ironing board for sleeves; early christmas ornaments; vintage hankie collection; vintage Barbie doll; galvanized buckets; enamel dish pans; early brush and mirror dresser set; wood fruit crate; oil cans; local advertising posters. HouSeHoLD/FuRnituRe: Bisque lamp; old costume jewelry and boxes; natural stones for jewelry making; iron skillets; retro clamp on food grinder; early dresser with mirror; mini toy cars; wire/wooden table with 4 chairs from Gibes restaurant; floor lamps; book shelves; sofa; coffee table; early drop leaf wooden table; octagon wood/ glass end table; wooden high chair; recliner; book shelves; wood bird cage; Dr. Seuss books; lighted curio; padded foot stool; flowered sofa tooLS: 2 man saw; out board motor; lawn and garden tools NOte: Visit www.kaufmanrealty.com for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, September 14. For more information contact David conn, auction manager at (330) 204-4453. teRMS: cash, check, or any major credit card with valid i.D. 3% buyer’s premium will be waived for cash sales ReceiVinG HouRS: tuesday, 8:00-10:30 and noon to 4:00
(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111 www.kaufmanrealty.com
David Conn, Auction Manager 330-204-4453 Derrick Kandel, Auctioneer 330-231-4524 Junior Yoder, Auctioneer Myron Miller, Auctioneer
FOR SALE: Small gravity box, NH 65 hay baler, NH 256 hay rake. (330) 791-5345 FOR SALE: MF 65 gas tractor, good condition, on hard rubber. (740) 623-0843 / VM
Farm Products Produce
GOLDEN COMET Pullets, $7.50, ready by Sept 10, call now to order. Delivery available. (330) 674-2675 EXCELLENT HORSE hay, alfalfa with some grass, 2nd cutting, from Idaho, $600/ton.(330) 231-9608 Nice 2nd Cutting, round hay bales for sale: $120 ea. call: 330-749-2248
FOR SALE: Golden Comet pullet hens. From Mount Healthy Hatchery. $8 ea. Abe H. Yoder, 30643 TR 213 Fresno, OH 43824, 740-295-5423 x 1 For Sale: Golden bluff pullets, $7.50 each. 330-674-2002 NOTICE: TAKING orders for yellow delicious apples. Miller's Greenhouse, (330) 359-5942. 2nd CUTTING soft grass mixed hay, 4 x 4 round bales, $120. (330) 472-2613. FOR SALE: Fresh cider - will do custom pressing. Edward M. Miller, 10878 Township Rd. 526 Shreve, OH 44676. FIRST CUTTING mixed hay, 4x5 round bales, $110. (330) 472-2613.
Location: Kaufman auction House, 3149 SR 39 at the 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.
Wednesday September 19, 2012 4:00 P.M.
HaLF centS * HaLF DoLLaRS * SiLveR DoLLaRS * GoLD * com. HaLveS * miSc. HaLF centS-HaLF DoLLaRS: 1807, 09, 34, half cents; 1802, 03, 07/6, 08, 38, 48, 51, 53, 54, large cents; flying eagle cents; 1859, 62, 77, indian head cents; 1909s Lincoln cent; bag of 5000 wheat pennies; 1878 3-cent nickel nGc PF65 cameo; 1913s type-2, 21s, buffalo nickels; 1901/1 barber dime; 1943d PcGS mS66 FB, 43s PcGS mS66, mercury dimes; 1875s 20cent pc.; 1836 bust quarter; 1855, 56, seated quarters; 1892 nGc mS63, 1914s, barber quarters; 1932s Wash. quarter; 1825, 26, bust halves; 1854, 55o, 77s, seated halves; 1892s, 97o, barber halves; 1936 nGc nS63 walker half; 1949 PcGS mS64+ FBL Franklin half. SiLveR DoLLaRS: 1843 seated; 1878 8-t.F., 78s nGc mS64, 79cc, 82cc, 83cc icG mS64,83cc in GSa, 84cc nGc mS64, 84cc in GSa, 86o, 86s, 87 nGc mS64*, 1887/1887 nGc aU58, 98o PcGS mS64+, 98s, morgans; 1921, 28s, 34, 34d, Peace dollars. GoLD: 1903 $10. liberty head nGc mS63; 1908 $10. indian head; 1908 $5. indian head; 1854 $3. pc.; 1853 $1. pc. com. HaLveS: 1921 alabama; 1936d arkansas; 1938p, d, s, arkansas 3-pc. set; 1925s cal. Diamond jubilee; 1936 cleveland; 1936 cleveland nGc mS65; 1935 connecticut; 2-1922 Grant memorials; 1924 Huguenot-Walloon nGc mS64; 1946 iowa; 1925Lex.-concord; 1936 Long island; 1936 maine; 1934 maryland; 2-1925s monroe doctrine; 1926, 26s, oregon trails; 2-1920 Pilgrims; 1935s San Diego PcGS mS64; 2-1926 Sesqui.; 1925 St. mt.; 1927 vermont; 1936 York country. miSceLLaneoUS: 1986-2012 silver eagle set; civil war token & more. NOTE: this is only a partial list of over 400 lots to be sold in catalog order. Doors open 2 hrs. prior to sale time. online bidding available at www.kaufmanrealty.com thru www.proxibid.com.
(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111 www.kaufmanrealty.com
Aden Yoder, Auctioneer 330-763-2565 or 330-359-5458 David Conn, Auction House Manager 330-204-4453 Derrick Kandel, Auctioneer 330-231-4524
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TAKING ORDERS for New York concord grape juice concentrate in 1 quart, 1 gallon or 5 gallon containers. (330) 852-2666. FOR SALE: Blackberries & red raspberries, 5 qt pails, frozen, $25.00. Also pullet's $8.00. Donkey, male, 2 yrs old. Also lowrider bike. (330) 695-5593. 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 MIntosh, Gala Golden Supreme App l e s are ready, also fresh cider. Miller's Orchard 6411 T.R. 607, Fredericksburg 2.5 miles S.E. of Fred.
STOCK UP on firewood, slab bundles, split, seasoned. (330) 674-0646.
FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads avaliable. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462. WE TRADE firewood for junk. Deliveries available. 330-275-7980 FIREWOOD, SPLIT & delivered. $55 a load. 330- 763-0989. FOR SALE: Napoleon wood stove medium size. Good condition, $750. Henry Miller, 6884 Saltcreek Rd., Fredericksburg.
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FOR SALE: Dorsett Rams, born Feb., 1 suffolk Ram, $200 OBO. Atlee Beachy 330-674-1912x1 FOR SALE Lavender American bantams, $6 each - 5 or more $5 each. VM/ 330-359-0329 KATAHDIN EWES, Katahdin ewe lambs, Dorper ram lambs, Katahdin Dorper cross ram lambs. CR 114, Sugarcreek. (330) 893-7065. TEAM OF 6 years old Belgian geldings. Also three year old Belgian gelding. Eli Miller, 5342 TR 613, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. FOR SALE: 5 yr. old brown Pony gelding. 2 white socks and stripe. Broke to drive, $350. 330-674-1632 A PAIR of Halfflingers, broke, and harnesses, pair of pony harnesses. 330-897-5700 x 1 WHITE TAIL does, $100. each. (330) 897-6602. FOR SALE: 9 weeks old, Pigmy goats, 2 Billys. 330-893-3087 ext. 1. 6 YEARS old dark gelding, trots, has speed, sound, nice boy's or family horse. Ivan Miller, 8663 TR 601, Fredericksburg. (330) 695-2045. 5 YR old gray gelding, 38" tall, broke but not for small kids, $150. call daytime: 330-466-3849 5 yr old black standard bred surrey horse, broke single, double and broke the best, TSS; 8 yr old black standard bred cross, good broke, travels good, women can drive, TSS. Call: (330) 231-5219 4 YEARS old black double gated standard bred gelding. Watches big trucks. $2600. (330)-600-1511.
FIREWOOD, KILN Dried, cut offs. 10 yd load $85 + delivery. Henry J. Miller. 330-852-3363.
4 YR. OLD standardbred mare, sire Taglibue, Dam - SJs Photo, drives with tight lines, $1800. (330) 600-1762 VM
FOR SALE: Hollow Camping logs, dry, seasoned, 4' long or order length, $8 per foot; Also seasoned firewood, $60 for a pick up load. Robert M Raber, 8218 TR 568, Fredericksburg. (330) 279-9083,
Open buggy, good condition, new brakes, fiberglass shafts. LED lights, turning signals, extra seat on back. $1500. Ivan M. Miller (330) 852-7718.
OUTDOOR Wood burner, central boiler, 4030, 2 yrs old, heats up to 2300 sq. ft., Must sell $4000 OBO. 419-606-3674. FOR SALE. slab wood by the bundle, $13; Also cut off wood from saw mill, $30 a pickup load. (330) 893-7611.
Garage Yard Sales
LARGE GARAGE sale. 6 miles S of Wooster on Rt 3. Many items including ping pong table, kids solid wood entertainment gaming stand, game systems, TSP with games, XBox and Wii games, movies, art supplies, prom dress, kids Karate sparing gear, large swimming pool, too much more to list. Every weekend in September. (330) 466-3575. SAT., SEPT. 22, 7am-dark, Aden M i l l e r , 1895 TR 110, Millersburg. Crib, entert. centers, hutch, coffee tbl, BBQ grills, dressers, massage bench, Coleman lanterns, pony cart, standardbred & pony size harnesses, pwr. washer, 25-gal. sprayer w/12V pump, Maytag wringer/washer, clothing & lots of misc. BIG BOY toy and tool sale. Over 100 collectible toy trucks. 1st gear Winross Ertl and more. Large amount of tools, misc. Everything. Sept. 21, 22 & 23, 11-5. CR 192, Fredericksburg. Horse & Harness Pub location. LARGE MOVING sale. 2552 SR 93, Sugarcreek. Sept. 11-15, 8-? Large area rugs, love seat, twin & queen beds, antique roll top desk, elec. stove, tables w/ chairs, end tables, filing cabinets, some clothes, lots of misc. No early sales. HUGE GARAGE SALE: SEPT. 14 & 15, 9-? 7080 TR 319, Skyview Ranch Rd, Millersburg. Women's, Men's & baby clths, new sandblaster, fireplace, qn. & king bedding sheets, homemade candle baskets & lots of misc.-Too much to list! RAIN OR SHINE!!
5 yr old gelding, double gated, well broke, boys horse, good traveler, Joseph A. Schlabach. 1135 TR 660 Dundee, OH 44624. 330-359-6134. FOR SALE: Boys buggy, good condition, $1200. John J Troyer, 8486 TR 654, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.
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BIG REGISTERED. Belgian mare, green broke, 4 years old. Also registered Tennessee walker, 2 years old, broke to ride. Call (330) 893-8114. FOR SALE: 8 yr. old bay draft mare; 10 yr. old Belgian gelding - both horses broke to all farm machinery. Also, blk/ white pony stud. Emanuel Yoder, 48640 CR 186, Fresno, OH. 9 yr old mare, TSS, women can drive; 8 yr old gelding, traffic safe, boys horse, both trotters. 1900 CR 200, Dundee. (330) 359-0726, after 4pm. FOR SALE: 10 YR. old halflinger mare, traffic safe & sound. (330) 674-1960. FOR SALE. Golden Buff Pullets, $8. each. Just started to lay. Ivan E Wengerd, 9058 TR 656, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. POLY-PAY Ram lambs from this spring. Full blood. $125-$225. each. (330) 695-2042. 2 certified organic Holstein Steers, 600-800 lbs. 330-359-5647 or 330-317-4977 5 MONTH old Donkey Jack for sale. Likes children. $150. 330-201-0282 GAMBLE, Quail, Chukars, Mascovey Ducks, White Crested black Polish Chicken, India blue Peacock, Guineas, priced to sell. 330-893-3462 FOR SALE: Natural gas chicken h e a t e r , 48" dia. $40; 4-1/2 flex shaft, like new, $100. (740) 623-0843 / VM 2 YEARS old Dutch Hackney Clydesdale, good broke to drive for a 2 year old. $1200. (330) 897-1391. 2 YEARS OLD 51" nice bay & white paint pony gelding, good broke to ride & drive, TSS, $525. Also 2 years old 37" mini paint, good broke to ride & drive, TSS, 6 years old boy can drive, $200. Allen E Miller, (330) 893-4908. 11 BRED SUFFOLK ewes. 6 Suffolk rams, ewes are due in Dec., Jan. Ewes, $200, rams, $175. 330-897-4603 ROAD ISLAND Red Pullets, 10 weeks old, $5.00 each. 5815 TR 362, Millersburg, OH 44654. (330) 893-4613. 3 yr. old Dutch Harness standardbred cross by Weymar Socks, broke, ready for work. (330) 897-7260 lv. msg. Leroy Burkholder.
Kaufman Auction House Gun Auction
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.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012 5:00 p.m.
80+ GunS * MiSc. aMMo * antiqueS appRox. 80 GunS incLuDinG: 20 Remington 870 in all gauges including 28 ga. & .410; 20+ Remington 1100 in all gauges including 28 ga. & .410, some like new in box; Browning Sa-22 .22LR; Browning BpS 12 ga.; Winchester Mod. 42 .410; Winchester Mod. 12 12 ga.; 2 Winchester Mod. 12 20 ga, 1 w/ solid rib; Winchester Mod. 12 16 ga.; Wetherby Vanguard VGS 7mm Rem. mag.; ithaca Mod. 500 12 ga. aMMo & antiqueS: a nice selection of misc. ammo & antiques including skillets, lanterns, and misc. hunting items. NOTe: this is one of the nicest, cleanest condition gun sales we have had. this sale is from one individual collection and we will not be taking consignments. the misc. ammo and antiques will be sold first and we should be starting on the guns at approx. 6:00 p.m. For a gun catalog visit www.kaufmanrealty.com or call 330852-4111. TeRMS: cash, check, or any major credit card with proper identification. 3% buyers premium but will be waived for cash sales.
(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111 www.kaufmanrealty.com
David Conn, Auction Manager 330-204-4453 Derrick Kandel, Auctioneer 330-231-4524
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FOR SALE: 4 yr old, black standard bred mare, TSS. $1400. John J Troyer, 8486 TR 654, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. FOR SALE: 4 yr. old black/white paint crossbred mare, broke to ride & drive, tss, single and double. $900 (740) 623-0843 / VM
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7 beef to choose from, weighing approx. 900-1100 lbs, on organic pasture and non medicated grain. Dale Schlabach. (330) 852-4283, VM
3 YEARS old registered gelding. Bay Dutch Percheron cross. Sire (Uromast), 16.1 hands,. TSS. Good headset and fancy driver. (330) 897-0025.
WILL TRAIN PONIES. (330) 359-0407
Absolute Ewert Estates Real Estate & Chattels Auction
Location: 5331 cR 626, Millersburg, ohio 44654. Just off of SR 39/US 62 at the west side of Berlin or 4 miles east of Millersburg.
Friday Sept. 21, 2012 10AM
38.779 Acres* Berlin Township * East Holmes Schools * Holmes County *3BR Home * Shop * Barn * Garage * Pond * Vehicles, atV, tractor, camper * Shop Equip * Guns * coins * Lawn & Garden * Household * collectibles
Open House: Thursday, Sept 6 5-7PM
Rare opportunity to purchase acreage near Berlin! almost 39 acres with a 1400 sq ft 3 bedroom, 2 bath 1.5 story home built in 1940 with a deck overlooking the pond. Spacious remodeled main floor bath with laundry. Home has gas heat, central air, city water and sewer. Former Ewert’s Service center is a 40x48 garage built in 1987 and has 3 large overhead doors, an office and restroom. Separate driveway from the street. Large naPa compressor and clean Burn oil burner included. 28x50 detached garage with 3 large overhead doors was built in 1995. also included is a 36x60 bank barn built in 1940. Property is approx half wooded and half open ground. Lots of deer and turkeys on this private setting property with loads of potential uses. no zoning or restrictions. Sells to the highest bidder at 12 noon. LEgAL: Parcel #0100110003. taxes are currently $1870.14 per half without the homestead reduction. Berlin township, East Holmes Schools, Holmes county. all mineral rights held by seller transfer. REAL ESTATE TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Property sells “as is” and any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. announcements made the day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Real Estate will sell at 12:00 noon. VEHiCLES, ATV, TRACTOR, CAMPER: 1963 Ford Econoline pickup, Model E103 showing 42,596 miles; 1997 chevy Silverado 1500 Z71 ext cab w/127,904 miles; 1993 GMc Sierra 1500 SL 4WD 4 speed w/oD on the floor w/128,870 mi; 1989 chevy Silverado w/111,772 mi; 1991 chevy S-10 w/57,775 mi; 1998 chevy Lumina V6 PW, PL, cruise, tilt, air, cloth int w/94,782 mi; 1980 Ford 800 dump truck; 1996 Yamaha Big Bear 350 4x4 atV w/371 mi w/ snow blade; 1991 Kubota L2650 4WD GSt w/617 hours, Woods cadet 60 brush hog and front blade;1994 Sunrise by cobra 5th wheel camper, model #22RB-7, stored inside; Reese 5th wheel hitch for small pickup; fuel tanks on wagon; pickup snow blade w/mount SHOP EquiPMEnT: Koolkare Plus ac service center w/30 lb freon tank; Snap-on Modis hand held diagnostic scanner w/2010 asian & 2011 domestic software; 2 sets Mohawk 9000 lb lifts; Snap-on Sun on car brake lathe; Sun diagnostic engine analyzer; Sun engine analyzer/semi tech upgrade; Snap-on Mig welder w/spool gun; extra large Snap-on toolbox; Snap-on bead blast cabinet; Snap-on aVR battery/alternator tester; Snap-on computer wheel balancer; all tool brake lathe; Vacutech smoke machine; Motorvac fuel injection cleaning system; naPa alternator tester; Braneck spring compressor; Snap-on parts washer/degreaser; tire changer; machine lathe; valve grinder; front end alignment w/post; hydraulic transmission jack; shop press; torches; Metric & SaE nuts/bolts w/cabinet; naPa tool chest; Mitchell manuals; chilton manuals; loads of Snap-on and Blue Point tools; numerous hand held diagnostic equipment; naPa educational materials; barrels of clean used motor oil for burner; loads of misc shop items LAwn & gARdEn: Kipor KGE6000ti gasoline generator; 38x42 hoop building in parts w/instruction manual; Gravely 8183-t riding mower; Brave 22 ton log splitter; Hahn/Gravely snow blower; troyBilt rear tine tiller; Stihl FS85 & Weedeater trimmers; Lawn Boy & Yard Machine mowers; Huskie 17 cu ft lawnsweeper; Stihl BR 340 blower; Stihl 031aV & MS192tc chain saws; Homelite 180 classic & Super XL925 chain saws; Huskee 17 cu ft cart; lawn roller; wheelbarrow; snow blade; shop vac; chimney sweep; live trap; lawn & garden tools; lots of scrap/old equipment; misc. gunS/ RELATEd: Winchester Model 70 caliber 270 w/nikon scope, case, strap; Savage 93R17 w/ scope, case, 2 mags; Ruger 44 Super Blackhawk; aMt 380 9mm; Glock M29 10mm; Glock M22 40 cal; Ruger Mark ii target 22; ammo; Kencraft gun cabinet; wood gun cabinet; north american Hunting club VHS series & 4 silver proof coins; american Hunter video series; north american, american Hunter, & Hunter magazines; american Gun Smith mags; n. am. Hunting club knife collection & others; colt & S&W belt buckles; COinS: Five 1 oz 1998 american gold eagles; 3 1883o, 1 1885o Morgans; 1923 Peace dollar; 5 WL, 3 Franklin, 17 Kennedy silver halves; 140 1965-1969 Kennedys; ike & SBa dollars; 90+ silver dimes; 30 silver quarters; wheat pennies; couple US notes & silver certificates; other misc. nOTE: Guns & coins not on site until sale day. COLLECTiBLES: 2 door hanging cupboard; enamel top table; Franciscan Desert Rose china; fancy carved cedar chest; hump back trunk; thomas Museum Series small chest; Sessions mantel clock & others; Golden Record Library & other records; tudor electric football game in box; Kik-it game; Erector & road race sets; Hamilton Masterpiece wristwatch; school desk; coat rack; high chair; model cars; crocks & “4” jug; teacups, other glass & china; Hot Rod magazines; blue jars; etc. HOuSEHOLd: Magic chef refrigerator; DR table & chairs; Kenmore cabinet sewing machine; living room furniture; bedroom suite; china hutch; JVc 37” flat screen LcD tV Lt-37E488; wood desk; clocks; shelves; sweepers; card tables; sewing goods; craft magazines; Reader’s Digest; stereo; weights; Schwinn airdyne; treadmill; nintendo; pots & pans; dishes; utensils; kids books & toys; games & puzzles; old pool table; patio glider; propane lanterns; World Book Encyclopedias; etc. CHATTEL TERMS: cash, good check, or credit card with proper iD. 3% buyer’s premium, waived with cash or check. See www.kaufmanrealty.com for photos. dave Kaufman, Auctioneer
(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111 www.kaufmanrealty.com
Steve Maag, REALTOR, e-PRO, gRi 330-763-4769 firstname.lastname@example.org
Erma Ewert Estate Holmes county Probate case #12ES067 Verlon Ewert Estate Holmes county Probate case #12ES056 wynn A gerber, Trustee/Administrator
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SMOKEY LANE STABLES will host the 2012 North American Spotted Halflinger National Meeting and Stallion inspection Saturday September 29 starting at 10 AM. It is open to the public. There will be private sales of Registered NASH Horses and a few select Halflinger Mares. If you are curious about this new breed, please stop by. NASH owners will be exhibiting their horses. The concession stand will be open. 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek OH 44681. 330-852-2237.
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REGISTERED BLACK and white stud colt, will stay small, parents are 33" & 27" tall both black and white; Also registered filly. 330-852-4293 or 330-763-1193 3 YEAR old black team Percheron geldings, broke to all farm machinery. $4200. for team. Leroy Burkholder, 7945 Fredericksburg Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. (330) 695-2001. 5 yr old gelding, racing pony, 54" tall, TSS, but watch things along road, drives with snap, also cart & harness, like new condition. $1500 takes all. Aden Kuhns 330-698-0306. RIDING HORSE and Pony Auction Sat. October 6. Catalog consignments due Sept. 22. Please include $10.00 per head along with consignment. Taking tack and horse consignments through sale day. Tack 9:30 AM Horses 12 NOON. Smokey Lane Stables Inc. 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek OH 44681 330-852-2237. Auctioneer Myron Miller.
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2 YR old brown and white pony mare. 46" tall, TSS, broke to ride and drive. Good for scholors. Ivan L. Miller 6864 Saltcreek Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627
7 yr old standard bred gelding, TSS, been in buggy 7 mo., stands good to hitch. 1.5 miles SW of Beck's Mills. Wayne Troyer 330-893-2035
11 yr old standard bred gelding, surrey horse, been in buggy for 5 yrs, $1400 8170 TR 662 Dundee. (330) 592-4199.
FOR SALE: Nubian and Nubian Saanen cross Billies; Some never had horns. Others are dehorned, good stock. (330) 567-2255.
6 yr old gelding, big surrey horse, super driver, good broke; 7 yr old mare, real traveler, big enough for mini buggy; Also a few other good horses on hand. These horses are TSS and been drove in buggy. Dale Schlabach. (330) 852-4283, VM
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FOR SALE: 2 yr. old standard Morgan Draft Mare, tss, buggy broke, good boy's horse; Also, 3 yr. old standard black, good broke, been on 30-mile trips, family or boy's horse, all trot. Dan E. Yoder, 31387 CR 126, Millersburg. WANTED: YOUNG Billy goat, Boar or
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FOR SALE: 2 year old Morgan colt, $750. (330) 275-0535. 3 yr old paint gelding, kid broke, 33" tall, Eli R. Miller 3962 US 62 Dundee, OH 44624 FOR SALE: 3 yr. old black standardbred gelding, tss, surrey size (out of Crown Can.), ready for miles, $4000. (740) 623-0843 / VM
FOR SALE: Surrey Poles, double trees, Keko. Call (330) 893-2494. Phone 3302766508 The Vendor neck yokes. Eli A. Miller 2536 Durstine FOR SALE: Purebred Dorsett Lambs, FOR SALE: Fresh 3 year old standard Rd. Dundee, OH 44624 born April of 2012. Two ewes one ram. bred gelding. Buggy size. TSS. $1700. 8 YEAR oldAn antidrug group in New York distributed free Paint pony, 42". Broke to ride $200 each. 330-567-2259 (330) 897-0850. & drive. 6 year old can drive, $300. 3 YR. OLD percheon gelding, willing 4 YEARS old bay standard bred gelding, 6 YEARS old cross bred mare, buggy 330-893-3649 pencils to school kids with the antidrug message: worker. Mike Kurtz, 8551 Harrison Rd., TSS, 100% trot, buggy size, stands to size. Broke and OK. $1100. obo. Phone FOR SALE: 16 yr. old percheron mare, Fredericksburg. 330-695-2174 hitch, women can drive. Joseph E Yoder, (740) 552-1722. works Too Cool to Do Drugs. in all farm machinery, good 46955 TR 221, Millersburg, OH 44654. FOR SALE: 3 yr. old brown & white FOR SALE: Dutch standard bred cross worker, $1250. 16 yr. old standard bred (740) 622-1610 ext 2. gelding, 56", broke to ride & drive, tss, mare. 3 yr. old broke. TSS. Also, 2 po- mare, dbl. gaited, good traveler, tss, still It started out okay, but got worse and worse 3798 Oak Ridge Rd, Sugar Creek. Call 7 YEARS old standard bred gelding, trot, nies - 1 3-yr. old paint 52" 1 -9 yr. old handles long trips, $850. Eli A. Miller, 330-852-2047. good traveler, big enough for surrey. black roan 43" Well broke to ride & drive. 7872 CR 201, Fredericksburg. $2000. Delbert R Yoder, (330) 897-1222 330-893-3462 when the kids actually used the pencils. As the pen FOR SALE: Older standard bred gelding, FOR SALE: 2 yr. oldFull Dutch Harness ext 4. TSS, still in good shape, $500. 7 YR old double gated gelding, TSS, mare, sired by Veldheer, black w/4 whites 6:30am-4:30pm, 330-844-4087 or cils were worn down and sharpened, the message FOR SALE: 3-1/2 mo. old Katadin dorper stands to hitch, good horse for older & star; 2 yr. old Ulandro standard bred cross lambs, good breeding stock; people. $1500 Steven Yoder 330-359- gelding, black w/4 whites & strip, tss. 330-359-0539 VM 5601 x 2. (330) 897-8369. changed to: Cool to Do Drugs. Then: Do Drugs. HOLSTEIN BULL for sale or rent. Sired Also, old style hay forks. Marvin J. Yoder, 6833 Salt Creek Rd., FredericksOLDER STANDARD bred gelding, TSS, safe for older people, $400. 330-472-2613
FOR SALE: Reg. Morgan gelding, 4 yrs old, rides and drives, TSS, safe for women. $1800 OBO. Aden Barkman 8360 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH 44611.
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FOR SALE: 2 Angus Heifers, approxi- FOR SALE: 3 yr old BIG strong standPhone 3302766508 The Vendor mately 700-800 lbs each. $1600. obo. ardbred gelding, all trot, good family When you give honest advice, have one foot FOR SALE: 8 yr old standard bred geldhorse. Also, 4 yr. old trotting bred mare (330) 279-9290 ext. 3. ing, TSS, womens horse. Wayne Troyer FOR SALE: 2 Fiberglass headlocks for Phone 3302766508 The Vendor - Both TSS. John D. Miller, 1198 TR 169, An antidrug group in New York distributed free Hilltop Rd., Baltic. 330-897-3057 x 1 sheep or goat, 18 head, $150. Sugarcreek. (330) 852-2162 / VM out the door. 330-897-2373 pencils to school kids with the antidrug message: HAVE 2 brood mares, 1 quarter horse & 4 YEARS old geld N Aboriginal, An antidrug group in New York distributed free 1 Appaloosa pony, both in foal. Will trade FOR SALE: Yearling Tennessee walker, TSS, buggy broke. Too Cool to Do Drugs. for good riding horse. (740) 824-4361. Rocky Mt. cross stud. Black, 55" $200. Some women can drive, Mervin Hershberger 330-852-9010. pencils to school kids with the antidrug message: gaited, $1100. 9 YEARS old big black cross worse gelding, anSALE: Black white paint mare. Here’s what Dave Barry says he would do if Alsodouble It FOR started outand okay, but got worse and 3 years old CamLuck Morgan paint cross. Broke to ride and ybody can drive, $4500. 5 years old bay, 7 & 8 yr old Sorrel Percheron mares. Direct Scooter geld, TSS, all trot, drive.Too Cool to Do Drugs. Single or double. Not for kids. DHH saddle bred cross, boys horse, Been in most farm machinery, drives w/ when the kids actually used the pencils. As the pen sharp boys horse. $1800. 5 years old buckskin pony, 48", some someone fell asleep at a meeting: snap, 17.1 hands. Call: (330) $1200. Duane Mast, 330-674-1665 #1 Milan Yoder, (330) 852-4704 $550. (330) 893-3025 ext 2. 231-5219 cils were worn down and sharpened, the message okay, but got worse and worse 7 YEARSIt started out old standard bred gelding, “Have everybody leave the room, then collect a 16 YR old standard bred gelding, still TSS, buggy broke, safe for women. 2 yr old hair sheep ram, proven, $150 FOR Sale: Big 9 yr old standard bred, good for miles. Steady traveler, doesn't Buggy size. Mike Coblentz, 7229 TR 668, OBO. Daniel M. Yoder 2455 CR 200 good broke, needs to sell $1200 OBO. changed to: Cool to Do Drugs. Then: Do Drugs. when the kids actually used the pencils. As the pen like big tractors. 975. Mrs. D. Troyer group of total strangers, from right off the street Millersburg. (330) 359-5936.
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FOR SALE: Katahdin rams, 6 mo. old; FOR SALE: 2 year old pony stud. Hasn't cils were worn down and sharpened, the message FOR SALE: 10 year old black and white Black miniature pony stallion. been and have them sit around the sleeping person and broke. 43" $200 OBO. Shetland Stallion. 45"; 3 year old Paint When you give honest advice, have one foot 330-852-3072 330-674-7434 Pony mare; 1 year old Paint Pony filly. changed to: Cool to Do Drugs. Then: Do Drugs. stare at him until he wakes up. Then have one of Ph. 330-893-3344 Ext. 3. Reuben Miller. out the door. 6 Yr old brown pony mare, drives nice w/ them say to him, in a very somber voice, ‘Bob, snap, $325. 330-674-5618 x 1 your plan is very, very risky, but you’ve given us 10 YR old trotting mare, 100% traffic When you give honest advice, have one foot Here’s what Dave Barry says he would do if safe. Drives with snap. $800. obo. 11225 TR 506, Shreve, OH 44676 by Hopewell someone fell asleep at a meeting: no choice but to try it. I only hope, for your sake, out the door. Church West. “Have everybody leave the room, then collect a FOR SALE: Saanen milking goat, 2 years that you know what . . . you’re getting yourself FOR SALE: 7 yr old, standard bred geld- old, $100. Vernon Yoder, call ing, TSS, family or boys horse. Atlee 330-674-0690. group of total strangers, from right off the street into.’ Then they should file quietly from the room.” Barkman 8360 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH Here’s what Dave Barry says he would do if 4 YEARS OLD black gelding, all trot, 4 44611. and have them sit around the sleeping person and whites, stands 16.1, been in buggy sense FOR SALE: 2 mo. old Pigmy Billy goat. 2 years old. Surrey or boy's horse, drives someone fell asleep at a meeting: stare at him until he wakes up. Then have one of (330) 893-0814 nice, traffic safe & sound, 2 week trial. $4200. Call Thurs. or Fri. evening beFOR SALE: 17 week old golden red pulthem say to him, in a very somber voice, ‘Bob, “Have everybody leave the room, then collect a lets, $7.50 each. John Schlabach, tween 6 & 6:30. (330) 698-0409 or stop in anytime, 2828 South Carr Rd, Apple Sugarcreek. (330) 852-2953. your plan is very, very risky, but you’ve given us Creek, OH 44606. group of total strangers, from right off the street QUARTER HORSE gelding, 6 years old, no choice but to try it. I only hope, for your sake, broke to ride & drive. $600. obo. (330) FOUR PROVEN rams. One 3/4 Dorset, 1/4 Polypay, one 1/2 Cheviot, 1/4 Dorand have them sit around the sleeping person and 466-6399 or (330) 749-9341. set, 1/4 Texel, one Dorset, one 1/2 Chevthat you know what . . . you’re getting yourself 7 yr old trotting bred gelding, most iot, 1/2 Texel. 330-852-2383 Box 3, Erb. stare at him until he wakes up. Then have one of women can drive, but fast enough for the into.’ Then they should file quietly from the room.” FOR SALE: 4 yr old miniature pony geldboys. 330-897-0130 ing, 34" tall, black and white paint, broke them say to him, in a very somber voice, ‘Bob, FOR SALE: Boer billie goats, born in to ride and drive, not for small children. April. (330) 852-2198. 330-567-2259 your plan is very, very risky, but you’ve given us Hoses & FOR SALE: 7 yr. old standard bred geld- $375. FOR SALE: Pigmy goats. used trampoVery safe & sound. Been in buggy line. 811 Berning Sewing Machine Batno choice but to try it. I only hope, for your sake, Fittings ing. for 2 yrs. Women can drive, $1400. John tery or electric. 330-893-3988 A. Troyer, 6660 TR 606, Fred'bg, O 44627 Made... 4 YEAR old standard bred mare, traffic that you know what . . . you’re getting yourself While 15 YEARS old brown standard trotting safe & sound, double gated, has been on mare. T.S.S. Safe for anyone, $650. a couple of weeks. $1800. Phone You Robbie Weaver, 4287 CR 207, Millers- road (330) 359-5646. into.’ Then they should file quietly from the room.” burg. 330-893-2832 ext. 3. Wait!
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FOR SALE: Grade jersey bull. Sure breeder. Duane Mast, 330-674-1665 ext 1.
5 yr old gelding, all trot, big enough for surrey, drives very good; 4 yr old black gelding, broke for anyone, mostly trot; 3 yr old gelding, very sharp, mostly trot; Also other horses on hand. Loran Schlabach, (330) 852-3096.
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FARMERSTOWN COMMUNITY LIVESTOCK AUCTION is having a horse sale, Sept. 22, 10 a.m. Expecting out of state horses. For more information call (330) 893-8114.
5 yr old standard bred gelding, fresh horse and drives good, TSS; Call: (330) 231-5219 4 MONTH old Black stud colt. 1/2 Morgan, 1/4 std., 1/4 Perch. $500 obo. 7739 CR 189, Holmesville, OH 330-279-3867
5 YEAR old trotting mare, TSS, surrey horse, safe for women, 1st Dam Cantab's Hall, 2nd Dam Sierra Kosmos, $2900. (330) 695-2026, Robert Yoder, 9030 S. Kansas Rd, Fredericksburg. KATAHDIN Ram, 6 mo. old, approx. 100 lbs, $175; Lady Amherst Pheasants, $50 a pair; Call ducks, $8/ea. 330-897-2063
8 yr old cross bred gelding, 3/4 standard bred, 1/4 Percheron, stand 16.2 hands, watches big trucks. (330) 852-4237. 6 YR. OLD gelding. T.S.S. trotter, broke, family horse, $2700. 4 Yr. old gelding trotter, T.S.S., boys horse, $3800. Also, sharp 5 yr. old mare, fresh, $2000. Jonas Hershberger, 7974 TR 654, Millersburg, Ohio 44654 CUSTOM SADDLES new & used, made in USA. Cowboy & barrel. Starting at $450. Call 330-231-7500 16 MO. old Jersey bull ot of Kasak herd. $800. John Miller 8995 TR 609 Fredericksburg, OH. FOR SALE: Yearling Fresian Percheron cross, $600. Call 330-763-4327. 5 YR old 44" beautiful black & white paint pony mare, good broke. to ride & drive, TSS, with colt at side, also bred back to 52" black & white Homozygous stud, $600. Allen E Miller, 330-893-4908 FOR SALE: 8 yr old black Percheron cross, mare, broke to most farm machinery, ride and drive, single and double, steady traveler, TSS, $1600; Also young Suffolk, service H rams. Aden Yoder, 740-622-0933 VM FOR SALE: 10 years old mini surrey. with auto steering. $3000. Call Marvin @ 330-763-4808. FOR SALE: Reg'd Ayrshire cow, fresh 8/15; Also, British white bull, ready to breed. 330-275-2947 6 Yr old black Pony with 2 white socks, very sharp, broke to drive, good traveler. $500. 740-622-5216
OLD WORK table suitable for shop, $40. Sink not included. Aden Troyer, 5212 CR 120, Millersburg. (330) 893-7221. FOR SALE. Large Sauder changing table with hutch, like new, $100. Used walnut china hutch, $275. Vernon Yoder, (330) 852-2452. SOLID MAPLE wood oval table, walnut stained top, white painted legs, 48x66, with 2 leaves, $120. Very good cond. (330) 852-4203, Sugarcreek. FOR SALE: Nice handmade Oak entertainment center. Glass door w/ 2 sliding doors. 330-893-3357 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. 2 ELECTRIC lift chairs, $50 & $290. Roper clothes washer, white, $90. China hutch, $50. Shreve area. 330-466-1106 BROWN COUCH, like new, not reclining, $600/obo. 330-231-1540. Daniel Raber, Durstine Rd, Dundee. LIKE NEW loveseat & recliners, sofas, small hutch, dry sink, upholstered kitchen chairs, chest of drawers, office chairs, beds & baby cribs. New pillow top & deluxe mattress sets. 2529 TR 110, Millersburg, OH 44654. 2 miles West of Becks Mills. (330) 674-0944.
FOR SALE. Golden Eagle compound bow, good shape, almost new, $125. 330-641-2517. FOR SALE: HORTON HUNTER supreme cross bow w/ scope, quiver, and arrows. Very nice, $250. Call: 330-231-8782 or 330-473-0809 308-CA. BROWNING BLR Model 81 w/scope $450/obo; Hi-Point 380 ACP w/ammo $235/obo. (330) 893-7001 NRA/CCW COURSE- $45. Oct. 6 & 7 or Nov. 3 & 4. 330-335-9205 FOR SALE: Browning Adrenaline compound bow - sight, rest & release included, $275. 330-674-6003
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MATTHEWS Switchback Two Compound bow. 3arrows, quiver, rest sights. All access. Ex. cond., $600 OBO. After 5, Steven J. Weaver, 8141 Weaver Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: hang on tree stand in good condition with 7 turn in steps, weighs only 9 lbs, $45. 330-600-1366 PLAINSMAN 22 cal. rifle, model H 65, clip not included, $125. obo. BB & Pellet guns, $20 each. 330-695-2168. FOR SALE: Hoyt Ultratec left handed, sights, rest; quiver; used 1 year, $200. Draw length, 28 to 30 1/2. Leave message, 330-698-0328 ext 2. 4085 Buss Rd., Wooster, Ohio. FOR SALE: Gamo Big Cat 1200 air riffle, like new with new scope. $150. Michael Miller, (330) 674-1866. AR34 RIGHT hand compound bow includes 4 carbon arrows, rage broad heads and release, $375 obo. 330-893-1040 FOR SALE: Regular 12 volt Sunburst coon hunting light, new battery, exc. cond. Also like new in box Stoegers air gun, 1200 ft per second, 3x9 scope on it. Daniel I Shetler, (330) 852-3070 ext 2. PSE Durango 26-30 draw length, with newer string by America's Best, everything but the release. $250. (330) 695-2164. SAVAGE MODEL 110, 270 cal. w/ scope, $500. Remington model 760, 3006 cal. w/ Leupold scope, $550. Remington model 700, 22, 250 cal., w/ scope, $550. Winchester model 120, 12 gauge shot gun, $300. (330) 897-1038. 50 CALIBER optima pro Muzzleloader decent condition with simmons scope asking $325 OBO. contact Allen Troyer. 330-600-1430 RUGER REDHAWK 44 mag. revolver, 10" barrel, silver w/Lepold scope & holster, $650; Also, Dan Wesson 357 revolver, 6" barrel, $300. 330- 897-1038. WANTED: HUNTING land in Millersburg or surrounding area for entire season. 330-674-2302 ATTENTION DEER hunters. For sale: Ear corn. 40# bag for $6.00. Eli A Yoder, Charm. (330) 893-2037. WANTED: OLDER person for hunting driver. Person will have deer & turkey hunting privileges. Good hunting locations. (330) 674-1054 ext 1. REMINGTON 870 Wingmaster 12 Ga. vent rif,, $350.Remington 1100 12 ga. vent rif.. $375. Eli Weaver, 7841 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH 44611 BARNETT JACKAL crossbow with quiver & 4 arrows, like new. $275. Call (330) 897-1038. WANTED: 210 Savage Slug Gun, 12 ga., any condition. 330-263-0421. Leave message with price.
Lawn & Garden
STEINER 220 2WD lawn mower, 60 in. deck. Newer Kohler motor, $2500 OBO. Call 330-231-2826 for info WILL DO. garden plowing, tilling, brush hogging, and get your new lawn ready for seeding. Henry J Miller, 330-852-3363. STEINER ATTACHMENTS Steiner V plow snow blade, good cond., $900. Steiner blower P B 100, like new, $900. Steiner boom sprayer, good cond., 10' w/booms, $279. Steiner utility bed hooks on back of Steiner, $125. (330) 698-0229. Hustler 48" trimester mower with bagger $2999.00 Huskee 42" cut 18.5 hp briggs with double bagger $598.00 John Deere GT245 tractor good condition $1998.00 John Deere 445 tractor with 60" deck $4250 Hustler super z with 60" deck and quick chute blocker $4498.98 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/
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61" deck, 25HP 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/ 27hp engine 2" deck $1991.98 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"26hp zero turn with pivoting front axel 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. Good selection of used Stihl trimmers, chainsaws and blowers Charm Engine Ltd. 330-893-3033 MUCK TRUCK 1/4 Ton dumper, like new, $1750. 330-567-9347 or 330-567-9348 BRIGGS AND Stratton 4.5 engine. Runs smooth, $40. 330-674-3435 GRAVELY RIDING tractor with 30" rear tiller, $975. Also rebuilt 50" mower deck for walk behind Gravely, $375. Scenic View Engine, 5673 CR 59, Millersburg. (330) 674-2450.
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OLD DOMECTIC sewing machine, make an offer, needs some work, but does work by hand. 330-567-3467 ZERO TURN lawn mower converted for handicap people. Transport scooters, wheel chairs, etc. Call (330) 601-4302, leave message, will call back. FOR SALE: Floor oil for school houses. Alvin M Miller, 2626 TR 183, Baltic, OH 43804. (330) 897-0642. MOBILITY 3-WHEEL Scooter, Pride Sundance, new batteries, exc. condition, lightly used, $1200/obo. 330-262-4408 or 330-201-0991. CORNHOLE GAMES & ACCESSORIES Custom boards featuring wildlife, sports teams, business logos, personal photos, or your ideas. Corn Bags, Durable storage bags, & scoreboards also available. Can be delivered. Quality discounts. PH# 330-279-9046. FOR SALE: Matching Woolmill rag rug, 3 x 9 ft each, $35 each; 4 ft round solid cherry table-new, $500; Upright freezer, $80; Pump Organ, $60. 330-674-6133 email@example.com
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2008 LINHA 300 Motor scooter, 2000 miles, $1700. 1981 Dodge camper motor home, 9900 miles, $3500. 330-276-3118
FOR SALE: USED D.S. wood & coal stove, 18"x20" firebox, 14" door. Suitable for small house or shop, $400. (740) 623-0843 / VM
LIKE NEW, jeep stroller, $100. obo, paid $229. Lots of nice girl's clothes, boys full size bike, $5. (330) 231-4726.
MARTIN BOX, $100. Posts extra. Wooden porch swing, $15. Twin mattress set, clean & in exc. cond., $60. M Yoder, 330-695-2383.
FOR SALE: 20 ft windmill pond aerator, good cond. Emanuel Raber, 2966 TR 163, Baltic. (330) 897-1257. HAVE 207 plastic canvas craft books, 1990-2005, $10.00. Electric sewing machine in stand, asking $75.00. (330) 852-2034. FOR SALE: 8' wide by 9' high garage door with lights, $200. CALL 330-878-5464. 55 GAL. food grade barrels with lids & latch, $12. each; 4 or more, $11. each. Also 300 gal. plastic tanks with valve, $65. each. (330) 893-4613. FOR SALE: New double stainless kitchen sink, $95. 330-674-5618 x1 FOR SALE: Small Hitzer stove. Still in good cond., $250. (330) 893-1621 ext 4, leave message.
GENERATOR, electric start, 7200 watts, less than 100 hours. $675.00. 1-300-897-7794.
HEATMASTER WOOD stove, exc. cond. Rebuilt. Made by Clark Machine, $1000.00 obo 330-897-2711.
Solid Oak Queen Bed & mattress, Night
RUSTIC AND character hickory boards.
Mocha Lazy Boy 330-763-1310.
TV ANTENNA towers for tree stands. $30 each. 330-893-3463.
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
SPORT COLLECTIBLES: autographed major league pictures from 1919 - 1946. Autographed business card by Satchel Paige. Some 1950 sports cards. Many items. Prices $2-$200. 330-473-9284
Miscellaneous Merch. stand, chest of drawers, make an offer; K. D. 90¢ per ft. (330) 674-0646.
USED GOLF balls for sale. Over 300 available. Many brand names! Directly across from Fire Ridge Golf course (Millersburg). 330-674-2323 290 Cummins Power Unit. w/ clutch, runs good, $2500 OBO. (330) 852-2864.
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FOR SALE: used Tronto electric wheel chair, used indoors only, cost 5K new, BEST OFFER, 330-264-5716 FOR SALE: 3 frame honey extractor, $75. Also sawdust blowers, hydraulic & electric motor, Cyclone w/ electric blower on top. Delbert R Yoder, 330-897-1222 x 4. FOR SALE: New shop fox 10" left tilt, cabinet table saw w/ extension kit. Also with classic fence. Model: W1677 ext. , $1350. 330-674-5618 x1 WINCHESTER 97, good cond. Also 1886 antique clock, stills runs, marble color. (330) 674-0809 ext 1. FOR SALE: 42" Lawn Sweeper; Bed box for full-size truck, $150; Bed extender for full-size truck, $50. (330) 231-0599. FOR SALE: 24' insulated, stainless steel chimney with insert. Raymond Troyer, 12292 Nisly Rd., Fredericksburg, OH. 44627. 9 1/2" x 11" Tractor Feed printer paper, 20# boxes, $100. each. (330) 893-4613. WORD PROCESSOR SERVICES Word processors, Quickbooks & misc. setup & tutoring. WP Solutions, Mark Miller (Holmesville) PH# 330-763-1589. MOTORIZED WHEEL chair for sale. $500.00 obo. (330) 674-3079
FOR SALE. Phonograph, good cond.; Also 40+ records; Also 25 wheat pennies, 1925-1953. (330) 567-2255. 2 SEATER buggy, surrey manual brakes, no stormfront, needs new curtains. $225. Raymond R Kauffman, 5815 TR 362, Millersburg. (330) 893-4613. FOR SALE: Old hand hewn beams, approx. 10'x10" x 20-ft. long. Emanuel Yoder, 48640 CR 186, Fresno, OH. FOR SALE: copper kettle. Like new. Jonas S. Miller, Township Road 356, 330-893-3002 1000 GALLON air tank, and 5 HP Speedair compressor with 11 HP Honda motor on slide. Honda motor is only 2 years old. Make offer. 330-852-4954. HONDA GENERATOR, 5000 watt, almost new. Andy Miller, VM 330-674-0540. 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. 18" x 20' steel Culvert, brand new, $100. 330-674-2302 TOP BUGGY, lights, brakes, steel tires, front, repainted. Good cond. Clyde Yoder, (330) 893-1097. FOR SALE: 100,000 BTU natural gas furnace w/ central air. $200, you remove. 330-674-2710 20X20 BARN. $500. Probably will need dismantled to move. (330) 231-4880 THREE 55 GALLON drums. Used motor oil. 419-368-3817 FREE
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VINTAGE HERCULES gas power unit with clutch, nice cond. Runs great. $1000. obo. (330) 852-2864.
8 MONTH old Shih-Tzu male, $100. 3 years old Yorkie female, $300. Call (330) 897-6602.
FOR SALE: Large copper kettle, like new condition. Hillside Sales, 7812 TR 601, Fredericksburg, OH 44627
SWEET 4 mo. old Poodle-Cavalier Spaniel cross, house & crate trained, recent vaccinations, $300. Emily Havener 330-279-9099.
FOR SALE: Digital Piano, used very little, $350. Phone: (330) 893-2474. 3 MICROPHONE boom stands, $25 each; Piano monitor, $20; Peavy PA120 mixer amp, $30; Crate amp GX212, $50; Stereo speakers, $20 for pair. All in good condition. 330-231-1369 or 330-893-8414.
FOR SALE: 6 yr old AKC party pom female, very friendly, pet only, $25; Cavashon male, born July 3, 2012. $75. 330-897-0128
AKC German SHepherd, black & tan female, 2 yrs old, $700; Also German Shepherd, black & tan, male, 6 wks old, $600. Marvin Miller 740-545-9573
FOR SALE: Border Collie Australian Shepherd Blue Heeler cross puppies. Levi Miller, 9850 Harrison Rd, Apple Creek OH 44606
FOR SALE: 10 months old beagle female, parents were good hunters. Would also make good puppy raiser, $50. Call (330) 567-2255.
FOR SALE: 4 Labradoodle females, born 7/11, $150 each. 1 AKC Yellow Lab female, 4 years old, $275. 330-897-7111 or 330-231-5764.
PARTY POM female, AKC & CKC registered, $225. Merlin Miller 330-852-7718
2 YEAR OLD black lab male. Trained for antler shed retrieving. $250. Allen E Miller, (330) 893-4908.
2 ENGLISH BULLDOG-Pug cross, females, 1 & 2 yrs. old, both raised 1 litter, good mothers. (330) 893-3424. ACA DACHSHUND male, born 8/9/06. Aggressive breeder, red, $200. (330) 674-2754.
NICE AKC Parti Yorkie female, spayed, 1 1/2 yrs old. AKC 1 ruby and 2 black & tan Cavalier male puppies, 8 weeks old. (330) 893-1621 ext 4, lv msg. HAVE Toy Fox Terrier for stud service, $50. (330) 695-9310. NEED A BUDDY? 2-yr. old Coonhound female, spade, loves people & children. Free to good home. 330-279-9099. CAVALIER KING CHARLES 3-Blenheim females, born 7-22-12. From selected stock, $500 each. 330-897-0103. 3 YEARS old beagle female, excellent mother. $50. (330) 275-2315.
Runs and trees own coon. $200.00. Call (330) 359-6351, leave message. FOR SALE: Beagle puppies, shots and wormed, ready to go. $150-females, $125- males. 330-857-0170 x 2 VM
AKC Beagle pups. Other reg'd. Coonhounds for sale. 740-824-4692. AKC 2 males, 3 female Wheaton puppies, 8 weeks old. AKC 2 male Coton puppies, 15 weeks old. (330) 893-1621 ext 4, leave message. Wanted:Yorkie 893-3619.
FOR SALE: 3 Jack Russell mix pups. Shots & wormed. Very tiny & playful. $50. each. Reuben Yoder, 330-674-0384.
ENGLISH BULLDOG puppies, 7/8 cross. Born 6/26/12, shots and wormed. James Weaver 330-567-3266
COYOTE HOUND pups, 6 weeks old, $75. each. (330) 893-3025 ext 2.
BEAUTIFUL WHITE & tan 5 month old guinea pig, included is cage & all accessories. Paid $140., will sacrifice for $30. (330) 893-4545.
Pets Supplies 6 YEAR old Walker female, unregistered. FOR SALE: UKC reg. Blue Tick female,
FOR SALE or for service: Boer Billies. Also, 2 Boer-Nubian cross Nannies. 330-852-2358
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Kennel sell out! Cavaliers, 1 male, 3 females- 2 pregnant, bleneheim, AKC, papers. Wayne Troyer Hilltop Rd., Baltic. 330-897-3057 x 1
Golden Retriever. pups. 2 males Musical Instruments AKC left. Shots and wormed. $150. (740) BRINDLE
CORNET, BRASS, great condition. Case, lyre, ready for lessons and band. $95. 330-276-5111.
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10 mo. Sire is PR Lyndsies Walhounding Treeing Clyde. Dam is PR Lyndsies Coon Treeing Bonnie. Also AKC Norwegian Elkhound puppies. Males $150; females $175. Shots & wormed. Daniel I Shetler. 330-852-3070 ext 2.
AKC 5 lb. Maltese female, 1 yr. old with baby face, $750. Also, Yorkie puppies, 9 wks. old, $600. (330) 231-3692.
2 BEAGLE females. 1 black, $50 each. 330-674-9754
YORKIE JACK Russel cross puppies, 9 wks old, shots/wormed, $60. 1886 Pleasant Valley Rd. Sugar Creek or call 330-897-8037
FOR SALE: AKC Poodle puppy, female, born 6/13/12. Mother weighs 4-5 lbs. $250 OBO (330) 695-9960.
BORDER COLLIE, male, approx. 6 yrs old, needs home in the country, $10. 330-231-7160 UKC TREEING Walker Coonhound puppies. Mom is 1/2 sister of Mr. Clean. Nite Champion parents. 740-824-4692.
ACA YORKIE puppy, male, shots, wormed, ready to go! $190. (330) 359-5258.
FOR SALE: Heeler mix pups, great farm or watch dogs, $50. (330) 567-9722 BASSET HOUND puppies for sale. 6 females, 7 weeks old. Shots & wormed. (330) 893-3709.
FOR SALE. Jack Russell Pomeranian mix puppies, short haired, cute & playful. (330) 893-4057, leave message.
4 SHELTY puppies, AKC registered, 12 wks old, sable and white, 1 female, 3 males. $150 each 330-749-4568
FOR SALE: Red Golden Pheasants, 14 weeks old. (330) 893-9955.
FOR SALE: AKC boxer puppies, brindle & brown, shots & wormed up to date. $400. each. (330) 695-2153.
FOR SALE: 2 Tri-color Beagle females. 330-893-2036/ VM.
6 yr old ACA Yorkie Male. Proven breeder; Wanted: Poodle male. call: 330-897-0130
LABRADOODLE PUPPIES, males & females. Shots & wormed. $125. each. (330) 897-1038.
*antiques*Guns*collectibles* table and two chairs made of wrenches welded together. ox yoke;2 cowpokes; early horseshoeing stand; early stitching bench; eagle straw spreader;2 fanning mills; Hay knives; bull leader; conestoga wagon book and 2 tools; stocking stitching machine;early school desk; reel lawn mowers; froes; barn beam boring tool; platform scale;5 ft. steelyard; 2 small steelyards; carbide lights; set of coalminer’s tools; Winchester flashlight; 8 keen kutter tools; meat grinders; apple peeler; cherry pitter; coffee grinder; 3 oblong sausage stuffers; apple dryer; 2-man saw; ice tongs; RR spike puller; flail; wagon jacks; wood clamps; anvil; wood block planes; half moon wood plane; long handled tongs; monkey wrenches; maytag wrenches; pedal grinding stone; small grinding stones; water tank stove; laundry stove; sad irons; transit; early post hole digger; slate hammer & ripper; Mahlon Schrock paintings; frames of arrowheads; celt; tomahawk; lg. rail bender; sewing machine cabinets; hames; metal road signs; albums of postcards; blue pint jars # 1-10; bricks with names; old budgets; collection of Reader’s Digests and national geographic; bookends; glassware; picture frames and more. GunS: Selling at 1:00pm Stevens Little Scout 22 longrifle; Stevens maynard Jr. 22 longrifle;Stevens Junior Model 11 longrifle; Stevens crackshot 22 longrifle; Stevens tipup shotgun; Hamilton Rifle #27 22 cal.; iver Johnson champion 410; Muzzleloader made by adam Stilgenbyer Winesburg,ohio www.kaufmanrealty.com teRMS: cash, check or major credit card with valid i.D. 3% buyers premium waved for cash and check sales. auction held indoors if it rains. Plenty of parking. Lunch Stand by: oak Ridge School. Sale by order of: Henry & Barbara Schrock 10678 Gerber Valley Rd, nW • Sugarcreek, ohio 44681
(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111 www.kaufmanrealty.com
Dave Kaufman, Auctioneer Jr. Yoder, Auctioneer
AKC Habanese. 1 Male, 1 yr old, proven chocolate tan points, $300. 4 females under 2 yrs old, party color and white, $300 each. Marvin L. Raber (330) 897-8701. FOR SALE. 4 female chihuahua puppies, 5 weeks old, ACA registered. David H Yoder, (330) 893-2892. 3 Bulldog Puggle mix puppies. 10 wks old. $125 each; 4 older Bichon females. $100 each. Call (330) 897-6602. FREE: CATS, KITTENS, some not weaned yet. Marie Yoder, 4252 TR 628, Mbg., OH 44654. 330-674-1900 FOR SALE: (2) Toy Fox Terriers Females Call 330-893-2874 - Miller Barns BIRDS: BOBWHITE quail, ring neck doves, button quail, guinea chicks. Call (330) 893-2012 ext 1. FOR SALE: 1 yr old Beagle Bull Dog female. $200 OBO 330-893-7421 Pomeranian puppies for sale, 8 weeks old. Creme colored, $250. 330-674-0520
AKC COCKER Spaniel male, 3 1/2 mo. old. Buff and white, vaccinated and wormed. $225 OBO.; Also, Toy Fox Terrier female. 10 wk old black and white, will stay small, vaccinated, $150. 330-621-2781 Cocker Spaniels, 4 females, 1 male, young adult dogs. $250 each. Albert Yoder (330) 674-1820 ext 1. AKC ENGLISH BULLDOGS & small designer mixes. 330-674-1416. Pictures: www.puppysalenow.com FOR SALE: Male Pomerene, tan & white, neutered, 3 yrs old. 330-674-2302 FOR SALE: Puggle Puppy. Born 5-16-12 330-674-4999 ext. 1
Rabbits; Bunnies; Rex, Mini Rex, Lion Heads, Dwarf, wh. Perkins, call ducks. Esther Yoder, 4252 TR 628 Millersburg, OH 44654. Ph. 330-674-1900 ACA CREAM Pomeranian male, 3 years old, proven & aggressive, $250. ACA Yorkie male, 7 months, for cross breeding, $200. (330) 674-2883.
BOSCH, AIR jig saw, excellent, $320.00 ppd. Sioux, 2P220, 1/2", reversible, 1200 RPM, air drill, good, $200.00 ppd. 6090 SR 83, Millersburg (330) 674-0250.
FOR SALE. Portable hydraulic unit, 11 HP Honda motor. Will run on regular or natural gas. Electric start. Very good cond. $550. (330) 674-2754. FOR SALE: Campbell Hausfeld air compressor, 60 gal., upright, 5 HP electric motor, $600. Works good. Phone (330) 317-7169. HYPER THERM power max 45 plasma arc cutting system. (330) 567-0064. FOR SALE: HMC debarker with hydraulics and barn sweep, 125 HP, John Deere engine. Also dip tank, 20' long, galvanized. (330) 893-1020 TWO CORNELL blowers. New cond. 10"x9", $800 ea. 3 cyl. Isuzu engine used very little, $1800 with clutch and control panel. 330-674-0646
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: NATURAL gas cook stove in good cond. (330) 674-2883. WANTED: 10 or 12 x 20 ft long storage building. (330) 674-2651. WANTED: STURDY used shelves for warehouse. S.T. 9134 T.R. 652, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 BUYING JUNK Batteries, ele. motor's, copper, brass, aluminum, farm machinery, appliances, cars, truck. 330-279-2142, Marvin Miller.
WANTED: BROODER heaters for broiler house. Must be in fair cond. (330) 674-2754. WANTED: A new or used buggy pole to hitch double. Olen A. Mast, (330) 893-1462.
FOR SALE: 2 year old cream colored, grade chihuahua male, proven. Levi Yoder, 5864 CR 59, Millersburg, OH 44654
WANTED: GOOD used roller quilt frame. Wayne W Miller, 2783 S. Carr Rd, Apple Creek, OH 44606.
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 www.kaufmanrealty.com Toll Free: 888-852-4111 S LI
FOR SALE: Monarch Engine Lath Model. 1310 x 30, good condition. $5500 OBO. Stutzman 8957 TR 652 Fredericksburg
ENGLISH BULL dog puppies. Very nice, good pets. Family raised. 4 weeks old. Call now pick up when ready. (330) 897-0954.
AKC BOSTON Terrier puppies, very cute, out of good breeding stock, vet checked and shots up to date, $475. 330-567-2674
Saturday September 22nd 10:00 AM
FOR SALE: Border Collie puppies, 10 weeks old. Pets, farm dogs. $50. Phone (330) 359-0198.
LABRADOODLE females, 1 2-yr. old & 1 3-yr. old, good mothers for 2nd generation pups, $75. (330) 897-1038.
####### WARNING: Animals advertised for "free" are sometimes acquired by people who use them as bait in training other animals to fight or for science experimentation. Please offer your pet for a nominal fee in order to attract a sincere buyer. #######
Location: 10678 Gerber Valley Rd nW, Sugarcreek. From Sugarcreek take SR 93 north to second crossroad, then left onto Gerber Valley Rd. to farm. Watch for Signs
9 YR old NKC registered Beagle male. Buck Shot grandson. Steady. $100. Fermin Garber CR 168. 330-893-2612
GOLDEN RETREIVER PUPS, ACA reg'd, shots/ wormed. Family raised. M-$350, F-$375. 330-893-1999, Berlin.
YORKIEPOO PUPPIES, 2 females; 1 male. D.O.B. June 12, 2012. Had shots and are wormed. Ready for pick-up. $90. 330-897-1260
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Pets Supplies 300
Wanted: Easy Entry pony cart in good condition. 330-897-0128 CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094.
SR 93, Dundee 20.28 acres on SR 93 with 6 acres open ground in front, 13 wooded in back. Great place to build your home or hunt. $145,000 Steve Maag 330-763-4769
WANTED TO buy: Free stall loops. Call VM 330-897-0938.
Delaware Rd, Newcomerstown Excellent hunting property. All wooded and minutes from 1-77 south of Newcomerstown. Some timber. Surface rights only. $75,000 Jr. Miller 330-231-1914
ICH KAUF Trash piles & Dumps. 330-275-7980 YOU GOT scrap, we got cash. Pickups and dropoffs avail. No equip. or vehicle too big for our disposal. 330-275-7980. WANTED on permission or lease: Creeks & ponds for trapping muskrat this Fall. Also buying all scrap metal. 330-407-7796. WANTED: GOOD used chicken shelter. Please state price. Eli Yoder's, 10120 Saltcreek Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.
283 N. Washington St, Millersburg Great 4 BR home with unique character, and lots of living space! Finished attic, first floor laundry, newer windows, large closets. $129,000 Krista Raber 330-231-2230 Susan Crilow 330-763-3734
8751 TR 513, Shreve Excellent 3 BR, 4 BA cedar sided home with attached 2 car garage. Features include fireplace, AC, generac whole house generator. Schrock kitchen cabinets, indoor pool, large deck with screened in room. Beautiful home secluded on 5.35 acres. Plus much more. $259,000 Randy Starner 330-473-9230
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5 BR RANCH home. Finished basement, 2 small buildings on 1 acre between Nashville & Shreve. 330-566-8398
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SMALL 2BR 1BA home for sale in Fredericksburg, great for investors or first time home owners. $30,000. 330-749-7746.
FOR SALE. 17 ft MFG with 80 HP Mercury, 1972, good skiing & fishing boat. (330) 674-2500.
BIG PRAIRIE. A frame house with 2 rental trailers, 2.5 acres, $78,000. obo. 330956-8621/ 330-988-4568.
Mobile Home For Sale
FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 BA Mobile home w/ 2 barns on 3.5 acres. In country setting. 2189 TR 415 Dundee, OH. East Holmes SD. 330-473-5685 1996 MOBILE Home, Commander Ltd., 76x16, 3 BR, 2 full BA, c/a, $16,000/ obo. Must be moved. Call (330) 695-2362. 12X50 MOBILE home, 2 BR, 1 bath. Suitable for 1-2 people. South of Millersburg. $5500. 330-674-4697/ lv. msg.
Land Sale Rent
WATERFRONT LOT @ Apple Valley -Cleared with dock seawall & drive. Ownership affords use of all Apple Valley anemities; indoor & outdoor pools, fitness room, parks, boating, fishing & use of other recreational facilities. 740-3926097, or 740-398-5451
NICE 2 BR apt. Killbuck. Appl, lg screened in porch, garage $385 renter pays all utils+ sec. dep. Assist animals only. 330-276-4091. Very Nice 2 BR mobile home in e x c e l l e n t mobile home park in Baltic. Stove/fridge furn., w/d hkup, renter pays all utils. Lawn care provided. Rent $425/mo.+$425 dep. call: 330-897-9045, M-Thurs., 8-4. MILLERSBURG- Newer 2 BR duplex, garage, c/a, $500 + utils., deposit: $500. (330) 674-2198.
1995 HONDA Accord, new brakes, newer tires, newer paint job,$1800. obo. Call (330) 243-1410. 1981 CADILLAC Sedan Deville, $1500. 330-567-2384
2005 1100 Vstar classic, like new, ready for travel, new tires & brakes, custom windshield and bags, low miles, lots of chrome, $5000. (330) 275-2863. FOR SALE: 2003 Honda Recon ATV, just serviced, ready to hunt, $1475 firm. Call: 330-567-2087
Building all types of fences. Wire, wood, & vinyl. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/ 330-231-8813
WE BUY junk cars 262-9300
CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094. 330-390-0164.
2002 F-250 Super duty, XLT, 4 x 4, crew cab. 7.3 diesel, short bed, 135000 mi. $17,000. (330) 231-7160.
AMISH HAULING, 7 & 12-pass. vans, both local & long distance. Reasonable prices. (330) 231-0599.
'98 FORD F150, 4x4, 4.6 V-8, Ext. Cab w/ 3rd door, 147K, new tires, new brakes, got tow package must sell $3500 OBO. 419-606-3674.
FOR SALE: 2005, 3500, Chevy 15 passenger van, dark green, tinted windows. 60,000 mi., 330-473-8410 FOR SALE: 2007 Honda Odyssey, 73,000mi., 1 owner, great condition, Berlin, OH. $13,900. 804-894-1261
207 Doors & Windows • Vinyl Windows • 06500 Free Installations AD11797131 72 • Free Estimates 43399 4881 CR 207 Millersburg, OH
FOR SALE 7 used trusses, 24 ft. long 6/12 Pitch, 12 in. overhang. V.M. 330-893-0711 ext. 1. Aden C. Troyer, 3210 C.R. 600, Millersburg, OH 44654
CHIMNEY RELINING, Masonry and Stainless Chimney Supplies. Hiland Supply Co., LTD, 3878 CR 135, Millersburg. VM 330-893-4724.
Auto Parts Accessories 695
FOR SALE: 50 HP Johnston outboard, clean, runs good, with electric shift. $600. (330) 674-2500. 6 HP Nissan 4-stoke, good, $800; 9-8 Mercury 2-stoke $250 Ans. Ser. 330-359-1203
Roofing & Spouting
NEED A NEW ROOF? Call the roofing professionals. Free estimates & fully insured. Quality work guaranteed. Charm Builders Ltd. 330-231-2790.
SHOPPING SPREE SEPT. 1-30 (No purchase necessary)
Special $339 High Quality Optics
Summit Viper SD
Ladder Stands 1 Man 17 1/2 ft.
Broadheads $ 29.99
CRAYTON CARPENTRY can take care of your remodeling or addition. Quality Comes Standard. 330-231-7195
ARE YOU TIRED of chasing livestock? I'll fix any type of fence. Call (330) 897-2502. Junior R. Yoder
APPROX. 3/4 ton red crushed brick. Nelson Hershberger 330-275-3740
Building all types of fences. Wire, wood, & vinyl. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/ 330-231-8813
FOR SALE: Manufacturing landscaping stone business. For details contact us at 3907 South Kansas Rd., Apple Creek, Ohio 44606
Stryke Zone 380 "THE NEED FOR SPEED
Outdoor Life's "EDITOR'S CHOICE AWARD"
FOR SALE: United States Stove Company, wood & coal stove with blowers or use as a furnace. Very good cond. Call (330) 231-3230.
FOGGED HOUSE WINDOWS? We can fix them without replacing the entire window. (330) 674-7556.
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FOR SALE: 1986 16' Lund with 25 HP Mercury, foot control trolling motor, fish finder. $3500. (330) 698-1778, lv msg.
& SATURDAY 2 BIG DAYS FRIDAY SEPT. 14 & 15
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 840
SHREVE TREE SERVICE. Free Estimate. Insured 330-496-3412
Lone Wolf Treestand Wide Sit & Climb
9.9 MERCURY, 15HP, new, 4 stroke, tiller steer, electric start, short shaft, paid $3000, sell for $2275. obo. Got long shaft. 330-695-9963.
According to Western A. Price Foundation: Nutrients in Processed Foods that Cause Cancer Artificial Flavorings and Colors: Associated with various types of cancers, especially when 08350 AD12629108 288 consumed Blackin large amounts a diet back groundinwhite letters of junk food.
FOR SALE: 65,000 BTU natural gas Empire stove, good cond. (330) 231-3230
DUST BUNNIES Cleaning Co. offers an affordable housecleaning service tailored to meet your needs. Insured/bonded. Call Michelle at (330) 844-1604.
4319 Cr 168 • Millersburg, OH 44654
FOR SALE: Three 215/70/15 all season tires, can be sold separate. Best offer. 330-763-0033.
• Engine speed adjusts to output demand • Sizes available – 1000, 2000, 3000w
Did you know?
CLINE BROS. Tree Service. Free estimates insured. 330-276-3531, cell: 330-763-4832
Graphic Design Solutions Custom Business Form-Booklets-Flyers Twin Pine Printing Ph 330-359-2453 - Fax 330-359-0106
BERLIN GRAVELY SALES GOD IS LOVE
Need a ride? I have a 15 passanger van,
AMISH TAXI, short or long hauls, 2 mini
SIGLER PAINTING specializing in neat, clean, quality interior painting. Third generation painter. Excellent references. Free estimates. (330) 317-7048.
Units in Stock at Prices Starting at
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Trucks SUVs vans, 80¢ a mile. 330-897-2170 or
LEER FIBERGLASS truck cap, fits '02-'09 Dodge Crew cab shortbed, exc. shape! $400/obo or will trade for soft tonneau. 330-231-0346.
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.
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.
Lawn & Gardening 925
KIPOR GENERATORS 985
long distance trips. Also hunting & RVs & Campers prefer fishing trips. Call: Christ Riehl. (330)
1994 JAYCO Eagle 5th wheel, 30 1/2 ft with super slide. Exc. cond. 419-894-6263.
FOR SALE: 2008 Dodge Dakota Laramie. V-8, leather seats, tinted windows, back slide window, alloy wheels, orange. Call 330-275-9856. 34, 145 mi.
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.
Home Condo Rentals 650
For Rent (Oct): Near Millersburg, Large Woodland home, 4 BR. 2.5 BA, all appl., free gas! No smoking, single family, pet on approval. References, deposit, $875 per month 330-674-6133 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thunder Head RAGE G-5 Montec RamCat WAC EM G-5 Striker Blood Runners Ulmer Edge Muzzy
Mon. & Wed. 8-8; Tues. 8-5 & Fri. 8-7; Sat. 8-3 Closed Thurs. & Sun.
10447 Harrison Road Apple Creek, OH 44606 Phone: 330-695-2508
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05 Ford 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4
Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Air.
CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1-Owner.
08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4
Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, Alloy Wheels, Air.
06 Dodge 3/4 Ton Reg. 4x4 08 Chevy Trailblazer LT 4x4 Seats, Sunroof, Laramie Power Heated Leather,
CD Stereo, Bedliner, Cruise, Tilt, Tow Package.
10 GMC Canyon Crew SLE 4x4
Only 23,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise.
09 Toyota Tacoma Ext. 4x4
Power Seat, Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air.
10 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4x4
Power Seat, 4x4 Windows & Locks, Nerf Bars, Alloy Wheels, Air.
09 Chevy Avalanche LT
10 Dodge 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4
Power Windows & Locks, CD, Air, Park Assist.
Cummins Diesel, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package.
02 GMC Envoy 4x4 SLT, Power Heated Leather Seats, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. ............................................................................$6,991 02 Chevy Trailblazer LTZ 4x4, Power Windows & Locks, Keyless Entry, Leather, Alloy Wheels, Air. ............................................$8,996 03 Dodge 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 SLT, Power Seat, Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Chrome Wheels, Air. ...........................................$10,977 09 Subaru Legacy SE 4x4, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Keyless Entry, Moonroof, Tinted Glass. .........................$16,748 08 Dodge Nitro 4x4, CD, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air, XM Radio. ..................................................................................$16,963 06 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext. 4x4, 5.3L V8, Auto, Air, Locking Differential, Tow Package. .....................................................................................$17,962 08 Chevy Trailblazer LS 4x4, Power Seat, Sunroof, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, XM Radio. ...........................................................$17,977 07 Ford 1/2 Ton Ext. 4x4 STX, Tilt Wheel, Cruise, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package. .....................................................$19,787 08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext. 4x4, CD Stereo, Onstar, Tilt Wheel, Tow Package, Bedliner. ..................................................................................$19,992 08 Nissan Xterra S 4x4, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner. ............................................................$19,992 06 GMC 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 SLE, Power Seat, Windows & Locks, Air, Alloy Wheels. .............................................................................$19,997 07 GMC 1/2 Ton 4x4 Ext., Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Short Bed, Tow package. ...................$20,961 08 GMC Envoy Denali 4x4, Power Seats, Windows & Locks, Sunroof, Heated Leather Seats, CD/Cassette Stereo, Air, Chrome Wheels. . . $21,943 08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext. 4x4 LT, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package. ............................................$22,981 08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext. 4x4, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package. ....................................................$23,861 09 Ford 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air, Short Bed. ....................................................................................$23,963 09 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext. 4x4, Power Seats, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels. ....................................................................................$24,967 08 Toyota FJ Cruiser 4x4, Power Windows & Locks, Reverse Park Aid, Alloy Wheels, Air. ..............................................................$24,987 07 Chevy Tahoe LTZ 4x4, Power Seats, Remote Start, Power Sunroof, Heated Leather, TV/DVD, Bose Speakers. .................$24,988 07 GMC 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4, Power Seats, Windows & Locks, Heated Leather, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. ..................$25,987 08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 LT, Power Seat, Windows & Locks, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner, XM Radio. . . $26,488 08 GMC 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 SLE, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Bedliner, Fog Lights, Running Boards, Tow Package. . .$26,832 09 Chevy 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 LT, Power Seat, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. .................................................................$27,831 08 GMC 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 SLE, Power Windows & Locks, Leather, CD Stereo, Air, Short Bed. ....................................................$27,942 09 GMC 3/4 Ton Ext. 4x4, Power Seats, Remote Start, Leather Seats SLT, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. ................................$28,892 11 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4, LT, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air, Alloy Wheels. ................................................................$29,927 08 Chevy Tahoe LTZ, Power Seat, Sunroof, TV/DVD, Heated Leather, Alloy Wheels, Air. .......................................................................$33,977
06 Honda Ridgeline 4x4
Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Cruise Control.
06 Ford Freestyle SE AWD
04 Cadillac SRX
08 Subaru Impreza
Power Windows & Locks, 3rd Row, 7-Passenger, Keyless Entry, Roof Rack.
All Wheel Drive, Heated Leather, Power Seat, Power Sunroof, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.
All Wheel Drive, 5-Speed Manual, Power Windows & Locks, Keyless Entry, CD Stereo, Air.
06 BMW 325i
07 Saturn Outlook AWD
11 Volkswagen Tiguan AWD
08 GMC Acadia AWD
ALL WHEEL DRIVE, Power Seats, Power
07 Saturn Outlook XR AWD Power Seat, Windows & Locks, Leather Seats, Alloy Wheels.
Power Windows &
All Wheel Drive,
Locks, Tilt, Cruise, CD
Power Windows &
Stereo, Alloy Wheels,
Locks, Alloy Wheels,
Power Seat, Windows & Locks, Keyless Entry, Alloy Wheels, Air.
10 Chevy Equinox LT AWD
10 Buick Enclave CX AWD
Sunroof, Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels,
07 GMC Yukon Denali AWD
Power Seats, Windows & Locks, Power Sunroof, Navigation, CD Stereo, Chrome Wheels.
Remote Start, Keyless Entry, Sunroof, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.
Power Seats, Windows & Locks, Captains Chairs, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 7-Passenger.
12 Chevy Traverse LT AWD
09 GMC Acadia SLT AWD
12 Chevy Traverse LTZ AWD
12 GMC Acadia SLT AWD
Power Seats, Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.
Power Seats, Remote Start, Power Sunroof, Heated Leather, CD Stereo, Loaded!!
Heated & Cooled Leather Seats, Remote Start, Bose Speakers, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels.
Leather Heated Power Seats, Power Windows & Locks, Aluminum Wheels.
Sale good through September 20, 2012
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Rt. 62 EAST OF MILLERSBURG
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Published on Sep 13, 2012
Holmes County Shopper is a weekly newspaper covering events and activities in Holmes County, Ohio. It is published by Dix Communications.