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October 4-10, 2012: Vol. 11, No. 26; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-3756

Antique souvenir stand hours noted Holmes County Antique Festival souvenir stand hours will be Friday from 1-4 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The stand will not be open Thursday.

Calendar October Holmes District No. 1 to hold pancake breakfast Holmes Fire District No. 1 Fire Department will be holding a pancake

‘Saddles and shoes’ Maysville Harness Shop is a growing family business By CHRISTINE L. PRATT Staff Writer Since splitting from another business and relocating to its current site, the last 38 years have brought many changes for

Maysville Harness Shop. It is owned by Aden and Katie Yoder, who took over operations in the mid90s from Aden’s father, Atlee, who first established the business in 1973. For almost all of his life, Aden Yoder has worked in the shop, and like his father before him, he’s teaching the trade to his sons, two of whom work beside him daily. “I like the work. I’m at home all the time. I have five boys and two are out of school, and I can work

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Maysville Harness Shop is located at 8572 Mount Hope Road, Apple Creek. ing the shop now must generate enough business to support two families. The original 30-by60-foot building has been added to four times, creating additional space for merchandise and work. And, while he continues to sell and repair saddles and harnesses, the busi-

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with my own sons.” Likewise, he said, he believes the boys enjoy working at the business, where they’re able to regularly work with a rotating base of customers. Since its early days, the business has grown, adding customers and products, said Yoder, explain-


ness has taken on much more variety, including a large shoe department with about 30 brands, that include work, hunting and western boots, as well as a wide selection of sneakers and colorful foam clogs. See Pg. 4 — HARNESS

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Your Local Bulk Foods Grocery Section 10042755


Name Brand Crunchy Peanut Butter

7841 CR 373, BIG PRAIRIE, OH


Spring-Summer Hours

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

(18 oz.)......................................$1.50 Dark Corn Syrup (16 oz.) .............99¢ Beef Jerky (3 oz. bags) ..............$1.25

New load of Hefty Products & Plenty paper towels Blue Nitrile Gloves (one size fits most) 100 Gloves .............................$7.50



sausage and a beverage. The cost is by donation only. Carryout is also available. All proceeds

benefit the Holmes Fire District No. 1 Fire Department. For more information, call 330-674-1926.


2 miles north of Holmesville on SR 83 Mon.-Fri. 9-7; Sat. 9-6; Sun. 12-5


Virginia Ham ................... $2.79 lb. Brown Sugar Ham .......... $2.79 lb. Mozzarella ....................... $2.65 lb. Swiss................................ $3.29 lb. PRODUCE Gala • Golden Supreme • Jonathon Red Delicious • Golden Delicious • Banana Empire • Jona Gold • Honey Crisp


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Macaroni’s 16 oz. .............. $.99 Classic Dressing Seasoned 12 oz............................ $1.49 Mayo 1 qt. ....................... $1.99 Maxwell House Coffee 23 oz. ...........................$6.19 Ganocafe Coffee 1 box=30 pk. ...............$19.99 Adding More Name Brand Items!

Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri., 8:30 - 5:30 Wed., 8:30 - 7:00 Sat. 8:30 - 4:00

Week of Oct. 8th - 13th

Black Forest Ham .............................$2.69 lb. Pan Roasted Turkey Breast ............$3.59 lb. Colby ..................................................$2.79 lb.

Oct. 4th - 10th


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Name Brand Bent & Dent Grocery

Sweet Organic New York

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Millersburg Rotary Club will sponsor a chicken barbeuce, beginning at 11 a.m., at Commercial & Savings Bank parking lot on South Clay Street, until chicken runs out. The barbecue will be held both days of the Holmes County Antique Festival, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 6-7. Cost is $6 per halfchicken or $8.50 for full meal, including a halfchicken, green beans, applesauce, roll and beverage. Proceeds support Rotary community service projects.


Yogurt covered Pretzels


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Sapphire Flour ..................................... 40¢ lb. Frosted flakes Cereal (35 oz.) .....$4.56 each


Cappuccino Mix • Hot Chocolate Mix 8221 C.R. 192, Holmesville, OH 44633

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

Lacey Swiss.......................................$3.59 lb.

Weekly Specials Marble Cheese ....................... $2.79 lb. or 6 lb. loaf (unsliced) ........ $16.25 each Black forest Ham .................... $2.69 lb. or Whole Ham (unsliced) .......... $2.59 lb. Smoked Sausage ..................... $3.69 lb. Sliced Pepperoni ..................... $2.99 lb. Cinnamon Stix ........................ $3.99 lb. Apple Pie Spice ...................... $4.50 lb.

Rotary to hold chicken barbecue at Antique Festival

Pampers • Paper Products Laundry Detergent Toothpaste • Shampoo Body Wash and Much More!

Discount Groceries

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Barbecue to benefit County Line Historical Society


breakfast from 6 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6

at the fire station west of Millersburg. The breakfast will feature pancakes, whole hog


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Calendar Kaufman, Walnut Hills executive director, con“Meeting the ChalRetired Teachers cerning lenges of the Next Generato meet Tuesday tion (boomers, future of Holmes County Retired long-term care, etc.). Reservations due by Teachers will meet Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 5; call or text at Walnut Hills Retire- Judy at 330-763-4031 or ment Center Community email jafive@embarqRoom, for a soup, sand- wich and dessert luncheon compliments of Election office Walnut Hills. Speaker will be Jeremy notes extended

to vote is Oct. 9. It also is the deadline to register a name change or an address change. The Holmes County Board of Elections office will offer extended hours Oct. 9, remaining open until 9 p.m. Residents can register at the Holmes County Board of Elections located in the Clinton Street Office Building, 75 E. Clinton St., Suite 108. The office is open weekdays 8

Letter to the Editor

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hours Oct. 9

The deadline to register


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October 4th - October 20th

Gerbers Boneless, Skinless Whole Legs (40#) ............................ $90.00 Gerbers Boneless, Skinless Breast Firsts (20#) ......................... $51.00

Fresh Pasture Raised Chicken

Troyer Lacey Baby Swiss ......$3.49/lb

October 2nd-6th Whole Fryers........................................ $2.39 lb. 7 Piece Cut Whole Fryer ................. $2.49 lb. Boneless, Skinless Breasts ......... $5.99 lb. Ground Chicken ................................. $3.99 lb. Boneless, Skinless Thighs ........... $3.99 lb. Backs & Necks..................................... $1.25 lb. Our hogs are raised and processed right here on the farm. Our hogs are bred for meat quality and flavor. Full line of smoked & fresh products. We Are No Artificial

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Red Seedless Grapes $1.48/lb

Troyer Colby Swiss .................$3.29/lb sliced

North Carolina Sweet Potatoes $.69/lb

Troyer Havarti ..........................$3.59/lb Troyer Chopped Ham .............$1.49/lb Troyer Honey Roasted Turkey Breast ............................$3.79/lb

Iceburg Lettuce $.99

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Editor: A big thank you goes out to Holmes Ready Mix for the donation of concrete and their driver Jim Ball for laying the concrete for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial at the Coshocton Courtsquare on Sept. 14. It was greatly appreciated by the members of the Coshocton County Vietnam Veterans. The repairs were being done in preparation for the rededication of the memorial scheduled on Nov. 17. Robert Dazell, president Coshocton County Vietnam Veterans Coshocton

October 4 - 6, 2012

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Doughty Farm Meats

Thanks for memorial assistance

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

Reiter Vitamin D Milk ..............$2.69/gal Reiter Orange Juice ................$2.99/gal

State Inspected

Reiter Sour Cream ...................2/$3.00-16oz Inn Maid Noodles ....................$1.79/16oz

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Harness (Continued From Page 1) They don’t make their own saddles, but do manufacture all of their own harnesses and can take special orders, according to Yoder, who said about half of his customers are English and half are Amish, the majority of whom are local to the area. “It’s just one stop to get all their horse supplies,” said Yoder, explaining many customers “come in and get saddles, then go buy shoes.” In addition to the horse tack, Yoder said he carries a complete line of horse supplements — horse care products, vitamins, minerals and liniment. He sells a fair number of battery-operated head lights and also carries a wide variety of straw hats, fly sprays, garden tools, bird feeders and feed. He gives preference to quality and over the years has built a great business of repeat customers, even some who have been loyal since the shop’s beginning, he said. Maysville Harness Shop is located at 8572 Mount Hope Road, Apple Creek, and is open Monday-Thursday, 6 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday, 6 a.m.-8 p.m., and Saturday, 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Voicemail can be left at 330695-9977.

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Maysville Harness carries a wide line of shoes, including sneakers and colorful foam clogs, hunting and western boots.

Reporter Christine L. Pratt can be reached at 330-674-5676 or by email at

Maysville Harness Shop does not make its own saddles but continues to repair saddles and harnesses and manufactures all its own harnesses, including special orders.

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Community Becoming diamond takes pressure and stress “A diamond is a piece of coal that stuck to the job.” — Michael Larsen. Science tells us that a lump of coal must, for centuries, withstand enormous pressure and heat to turn to a diamond. Coal must wait, through pressures and extreme stress, to achieve its ultimate goal. The pursuit of success in our lives is often a similar process. We have to wait, often through pressures, stresses, and failures, before we achieve. It’s not an accident that you don’t reach your “diamond” wedding anniversary until 75 years. It takes 75 years of pressure, stress, good times and bad times before you can achieve the honor of being “diamond.” Anything in life that

is worth having takes time, pressure and work. Unlike the coal, though, we don’t want to wait. We want what we want and we want it NOW. We don’t want to take the time to work for the things we want, to perfect our skills through trial and error. We have people entering the workforce who, in their first year, expect to be making 50K starting out. They go into interviews telling the bosses what they will and won’t do. They expect to be head of the company without “working” their

way through the ranks. Unlike the coal, we want diamonds right away and don’t want to stick to the job to create it. But this attitude is not prevalent just in the work place. We don’t want to undergo anything that will provide us with growth. Our country has a high suicide rate, the highest rates of addiction, and the highest divorce rate. Part of this is due to the fact that we don’t stick to the job on anything. No one likes to suffer, but sometimes we have to suffer in order to grow … to become diamonds. Emotional pain is one of the greatest ways to grow as people. Physical pain can lead to greater strength. Working out day in and day out can be painful, but

it also leads to physical agility and strength. After my daughter’s accident, she had to do physical therapy. It was painful, physically for her and emotionally for me. It hurt me to see her in pain, but I also knew that if she didn’t stick to the job, she’d never walk the same way she did before the accident. She had to stick to the job before getting the reward of her gait back. Too many of us, instead of sticking to the job and growing into diamonds, self-medicate and remain coal instead of becoming whole through hard work and withstanding the pressures. But wholeness cannot be rushed. If coal was impatient, my husband would have given me an engagement lump, not an engagement diamond ring.

Briefs New arrivals

inches long. Grandparents are Mr. MALIA KAY was and Mrs. Leroy Troyer of born Sept. 26 to Justin Fredericksburg and Mr. and Joslyn Chenevey of and Mrs. John P. Miller Wadsworth. She weighed of Holmesville. Great8 pounds, 9.6 ounces and grandparents are Mr. was 20 inches long. She and Mrs. Levi Troyer of joins a brother, Maverick, Apple Creek, Mr. and 2 1/2. Mrs. Jonas Burkholder Jr. Grandparents are Chris of Fryburg, Mattie Miller Chenevey, Fred and Rita and Anna Troyer, both of Chenevey, all of Wooster, Holmesville. and Randy and Connie Lawrence of Ashland. Great-grandparents are Millersburg Glass Harry and Lois Wright Association of Walnut Creek, Tom and Marge Lawrence and now forming Chuck and Clara Kissel The Millersburg Glass of Mansfield. Association, a nonprofit group dedicated to preARLENE FAITH was serving, promoting and born Sept. 19 at Wooster researching both MillersCommunity Hospital burg crystal and carnival to Martha S. and Leroy glass, is now forming. The Miller of Fredericksburg. group is based in Holmes She weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 20 1/2 See Pg. 13 — BRIEFS

Church notes Harvest Festival is Oct. 6 at Longenecker Longenecker Mennonite Church, County Road 186, near Winesburg, will hold its 18th annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, Oct. 6 and the public is welcome to enjoy the day. There will be an all you care to eat breakfast with pancakes and sausage, sausage gravy with biscuits and corn mush from 7-10:30 a.m.; from 9 a.m.3:30 p.m. there is a car and motorcycle show with prizes to be awarded in a variety of categories. At 10:30 a.m., there will be a children’s auction with items for children younger than 14 and bidding by children with adult supervision. A food stand will be open from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and the main auction will be at noon. New this year is a raffle for a new Polaris Ranger 400. Tickets are $20 each or six for $100. The raffle drawing will be at 3:30 p.m. (Contact the church or the numbers listed on the church’s website for tickets). Other activities and sales throughout the day include: homemade ice cream, apple dumplings, supervised children’s area and a bake sale.

A portion of the proceeds will go to Haven of Rest in Akron, with the balance for the Longenecker Building Fund. For more information, visit the church’s website, www. longeneckermennonite. com or call 330-359-5155.

Annual Harvest Praise event set Harvest Praise is a semiannual celebration of Christian fellowship hosted by the Chuck and Pat Visocky family in Lakeville. This year, it will be at the Visocky farm on Oct. 6 from 3-8 p.m. Worship begins at 4 p.m. with dinner (provided) at 5 p.m. (There is a baking contest, so guests are asked to take dessert in a disposable dish if they wish to participate). There will be hayrides, games, kids crafts, popcorn, cotton candy and a Christian balloon magician. There will be lots of praise music by New Beginnings and other praise bands, too. For more information about Harvest Praise, contact Pat Visocky at 330-621-2268.

Praise-Apella to conduct worship Praise-Apella will be conducting the morning worship service Oct. 7, at

Longenecker Mennonite Church, County Road 186, near Winesburg. The worship service will begin at 10 a.m. Praise-Apella offers a unique and uplifting concert experience. If you’re a fan of inspirational music and rhythmic percussion coupled with pristine vocal harmonies, make sure you do not miss Praise-Apella.

Troyer to speak at Living Water Church Lisa Troyer, author and president of Circle of Friends Ministries, will speak about the value of authentic relationships with other women from her book, “A Place to Belong,” on Tuesday, Oct. 9 from 7-9 p.m. at Living Water Church, 200 N. Kurzen Road, Dalton. No reservations are required; a love offering will be collected. Refreshments will be served. For more information contact Marcella Yoder, 330-857-3701.

are many reasons individuals end up homeless. This is why it’s more important than ever to be aware of the vital programs and services Haven of Rest provides. Hear testimonies on how lives are being restored through this ministry. The Walnut Creek Regional Banquet will be Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Carlisle Inn, 4949 Walnut St., Walnut Creek. Banquets are open to every 18 or older and tickets are free; however, reservations are required. Call 330-535-1563. Seating is limited.

Fresh Start Training Center to hold program The Fresh Start Training Center from Washington, Ind. will be giving a program at Sonlight Chapel, 8721 Mount Hope Road, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 12. This program is a residential program that ministers to the needs of troubled teens and men.

Haven of Rest to hold fall banquets Caring Friends Haven of Rest Ministries support group is holding its annual fall banquets, themed “From to meet Chaos to the Cross.” Hard economic times have affected everyone in one way or another. There

The Caring Friends grief share and support group for newly bereaved parents and grandparents

will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 6 p.m. at the Ripley Church of Christ. The church is located south of Shreve at 12298 County Road 330, Big Prairie. Adult siblings are also welcome. For more information, contact the church office at 330-567-2320.

5-7 p.m. at the church, 203 N. Butler St., Baltic. The menu includes ham, chicken, noodles, scalloped or mashed potatoes, green beans, applesauce or coleslaw, dessert and beverage. Cost is $8.50 for adults and $4 for ages 5-12. Carryouts are available. Proceeds benefit local missions.

Harvest Bazaar at Children of the Hopewell is Oct. 13 World in Concert

Hopewell Presbyterian Church will hold its annual Harvest Bazaar on Oct. 13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The bazaar features crafts, handmade items, jams, jellies, baked goods, produce and much more. Lunch will be served all day: Soup, sandwiches, dessert and ice cream. Soup and homemade ice cream will be available by the quart for take home. The event is sponsored by Hopewell Church Trustees. The church is located at 6900 State Route 754, south of Shreve.

Baltic Women’s Guild to hold benefit The Women’s Guild of Baltic Zion United Church of Christ will hold its annual benefit ham and chicken supper on Saturday, Oct. 13, from

As part of its U.S. tour, World Help is presenting Children of the World International Children’s Choir. The choir, comprised of orphaned and disadvantaged children from several countries, will be performing at Nashville Church of Christ on Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. The choir represents a rich and culturally diverse set of backgrounds and experiences, each with an urgent story to tell. This year’s Rescue Tour calls attention to the staggering impact that poverty, malnutrition and dirty water have on millions of children around the world. Through the powerful medium of song, dance, spoken word and creative media, Children of the World provides a compelling message of hope and opportunity, leaving an unforgettable impression with audiences across the country.


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We are often afraid of the dark and unknown; what if we could always have a lamp? Psalm 119:105 tells us, “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” With regular Bible reading, prayer, and weekly worship, those things that frighten us will diminish as our faith and knowledge of God’s power and love increases. God can light the shadows in our lives.

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Holmes Humane Society hosts Fall Open House By BARBARA LANG Food, fellowship and loads of furry friends will warm guests at the 5th annual Holmes County Humane Society, Inc. Open House at 15258 Township Road 15, Glenmont on Sunday, Oct. 14, 1-4 p.m. Last year about 50 people attended the event which is located at the former Murray tree farm. In the past year many improvements have been made by the dedicated volunteers with the help of donations. But there is still a great deal of additional work to be done. “The purpose of the open house is to raise awareness of the new location, to show what we have accomplished, what we still need, the necessity of donations to keep the shelter going and how badly we need volunteers to provide for the care of the animals. A new roof and the cat room were finished. We need insulation and tin to finish the others. Water lines have been run to the barns. We now receive free gas to our buildings with new heaters being installed in the buildings for the cats and dogs. A couple of rooms were divided off and a bathroom was added in the barn. We need more room for the dogs to run free so perimeter fence is needed,” said Anne Kochera, board president. HCHS is unique in that because of the location, a wide range of talents is required from outside tasks to cleanup. For example, volunteers are needed to exercise the dogs. Besides some great exercise, you can enjoy some of the most beautiful views of scenery in the county on the 53-acre property, especially now with the trees beginning to show their colors.

Shorty is a mature Yellow Lab.

Yoda is an orange and white ‘talker.’

Shadow is a 6-yearold, large but gentle Black Lab.

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Holmes County Humane Society, located at 15258 Township Road 15, Glenmont, is holding its fall open house on Oct. 14, 1-4 p.m. Calico kitten is named Bandit.

Crook is a dilute calico, 1-year-old female with a special personality. a limited number of animals. Our requests for help far exceeded our ability to respond. Each animal we take in requires care and Holmes County has a farm is limited. We have commitment. We can help long-standing problem one kitten room and one by networking with variwith unwanted dogs and cat room. We have room ous other rescue groups cats and as such, will for either six adult dogs by passing along informarequire long term solu- or a few dogs and some tion about cats and dogs tions. “There is money pups. So 30 pets at any in need of adoption and available for low cost given time is the average. by courtesy posting on spay/neuter. The criteria Currently we have one Facebook and PetFinder. will be posted on Face- pup, five adult dogs at com and by taking grants book and the website at the farm and one dog in for the community,” said,” a foster home. We have Coker. said volunteer Carlona 20 kittens at the farm, “We need volunteer Coker. four more scheduled to help in numerous areas; “So far this year we arrive and three in foster daily animal care, conhave helped almost 100 homes. There are 10 cats struction, education and dogs and cats find per- at the farm currently and community outreach; manent homes. We are several on the waiting list. public events; media prooverrun with phone calls, HCHS does not eutha- duction of video clips. It people wanting to give nize except for health is so relaxing walking the us kittens and cats and reasons by veterinary rec- dogs and enjoying the needing spay or neuter ommendation. Because outdoors. We are workhelp. The capacity of the of this we are able to help ing on a large, fenced-in Ariel and Costner had some health issues when they were first taken in but they are a couple of of healthy orange cuties now.

Koal is a big sweetheart full of spunk and energy. He is a 1-year- Carly is hound mix. old Black Lab.



area for exercising the dogs. We have a long list of items we need from a storage shed, pet food, cleaning, office and yard supplies and much more. There is money available for low cost spay/neuter program. The criteria will be posted on Facebook and on the website at www.holmeshumane. org,” added Coker. In addition to the open house, a visit to the farm can be arranged by scheduling an appointment. Plan to attend the October events. The next HCHS meeting will be

Thursday, Oct. 11 at the New Life Center (formerly the Grocery Bag) in Millersburg at 7 p.m. Petco Adoption Weekend is Saturday, Oct. 6. HCHS will have an informational booth at the Antique Festival in Millersburg on Oct. 6 and 7 between the BP Station and the Walnut Creek Candle Factory. Oct. 20 is Tractor Supply Center Adoption Day. For more information about events and the organization call 330377-4026 or message the Holmes County Humane Society Inc. on Facebook.

Baltic Women’s Guild to hold benefit

mashed potatoes, green beans, applesauce or coleslaw, dessert and beverage. Cost is $8.50 for adults and $4 for ages 5-12. Carryouts are available. Proceeds benefit local missions.

Calendar (Continued From Page 3) 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Registration forms also are available at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles or at the Holmes County District Public Library. Forms may be printed from the link on the Board of Elections website, Completed registration forms must reach the

Board of Elections office or designated agency by the deadline. For more information call 330-6745921.

The meeting will be h e l d a t 7 4 1 Wi n k l e r D r i v e, Wo o s t e r a n d will begin at 6:15 p.m.

PERI to meet Wednesday

p.m. Speaker will be Scott Brace from the local Board of Developmental Disabilities. All PERS retirees are welcome.

The Women’s Guild of Baltic Zion United Holmes Humane Church of Christ will hold its annual benefit Holmes County ChapSociety to meet ham and chicken sup- Datacard reunion ter 76, PERI, will meet Holmes C o u n t y per on Saturday, Oct. Wednesday, Oct. 10, at The Tri-County Educa- the West Fork Commu- Humane Society will 13, from 5-7 p.m. at the is Oct. 13 tional Service Center’s Oct. nity and Senior Center, meet Saturday, Oct. 13 church, 203 N. Butler Addressograph Data9 Governing Board Meet- Millersburg, with lunch at 7 p.m. at the New Life St., Baltic. The menu card reunion will be held ing date has been changed at noon and the meet- Center in Millersburg. includes ham, chicken, See Pg. 9 — CALENDAR noodles, scalloped or to Tuesday, Oct. 16. ing to follow at 12:30 Public is welcome.

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Tickets for fall concerts available at Gospel Book Store

On Saturday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m., the concert will feature the Kingsmen, The LeFevre Quartet and the Nelsons. On Saturday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m., the Booth BrothTickets are on sale now for the Gospel Book ers will be in concert. All tickets are $19 in Store fall concerts at Fisher Auditorium, OARDC, advance or $23 at the 1680 Madison Ave., door. Cost for ages 3-12 is $10. Contact the GosWooster.

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The Wilderness Center to present popular fall event Oct. 12 and 13 The Enchanted Forest

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at The Wilderness Center will be held Oct. 12 and 13, with shows at 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. each evening. The educational event is not scary and is geared toward families of all ages. Volunteers dressed as various occupants of the forest, such as tree frogs, coyotes and owls, lead participants through trails and tell stories. Many volunteers are needed for the Enchanted Forest; to help, contact Vicki Schoenfelt at vicki@ or call 1-877-359-5235. Cost to attend the event is $6 for The Wilderness Center members or $8 for nonmembers; children 3 and younger are free. To make reservations or for more information visit www.WildernessCenter. org or call 1-877-359-5235.

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senting the special exhibit Clay & Bead Works — Binding Together Two Cultures, through Oct. 7. The heart of the show is the museum’s Native American collection of 19th century beadwork and prehistoric pottery. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located in Historic Roscoe Village. The museum is open daily from noon to 5 p.m. and is located at 300 N. Whitewoman St., Coshocton. Museum admission is $3 for adults, $2 for children, and $8 for families. For more information, contact JHM at 740622-8710 or email: or visit its website at www.

Trunk or Treat is Oct. 28 On Sunday, Oct. 28, from 3-5 p.m., the Millersburg United Methodist Church will be hosting Trunk or Treat, a safe alternative to Halloween’s trick or treat. Cars will line up around the church parking lot

with treats to hand out to the community’s children. In addition, there will be two bounce houses, hayrides, cider, popcorn and cookies. You’re invited to come in costume for lots of treats and lots of fun. Church is located east of Millersburg at 5395 Township Road 336. Call 330-674-2641 for more information.

Euchre Party Public Euchre Card Party, Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m., at St. Luke Community Center, Rambo Street, Danville, Ohio (turn west at traffic light, go one-half block, Wdirectly across street from Danville High School). Admission is $1; prizes and refreshments.

Baltic Area Historical Society The Baltic Area Historical Society Museum will be open 1-5 p.m. on the third Sunday of each month. It is located in the basement of the Baltic State Bank.

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what does their way of life symbolize for them? What can they teach the rest of us about faith and living it out in new ways? “An Amish Alphabet,” released by Herald Press in early October, offers an entertaining yet informative introduction to one of North America’s most admired and misunderstood minority cultures. Author and illustrator Ingrid Hess draws on her Amish and Mennonite heritage to capture the essence of Amish faith and life in the alphabet words she uses, as well as her careful descriptions, simple illustrations and cut-paper artistry. Hess will be reading from her new book and signing copies at the following times and locations: — Monday, Oct. 15, noon -3 p.m., at Lehman’s General Store, 4779 County Road 52, Kidron.

— Monday, Oct. 15, 4-6 p.m. at Carlisle Gifts, 4962 Walnut St., Walnut Creek. — Tuesday, Oct. 16, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., at Behalt Amish Mennonite Heritage Center, 5798 County Road 77, Berlin. In the 32-page hardback, geared for children of all ages but also of interest to adults, Hess includes a sampling of Bible verses that the Amish learn by heart and treasure all their lives. In her entry for “I is for idol,” the Scripture reference is from Exodus. Hess explains why the Amish do not want their pictures taken:“They don’t want to be selfcentered. Pictures highlight individual people, not the community ... The Amish also believe that making pictures of people is like making an idol to worship. God is the only one who should be worshiped.” See Pg. 9 — AUTHOR

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Local Taste Fair highlights area food growers ers markets and health food stores, and Nature’s is no exception. This Saturday is the second Local Taste Fair Natures has held. Customers can come from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. to taste local foods and to meet the people behind the products many enjoy. Also, during these hours there will be a Classic Car Show, live music, door prizes and more! There will be something for the whole family! Greenfield Farms, one of the companies to be featured, was established in January 2003 to revitalize local family farms by providing customers fresh and healthy food. Raising organic animals and crops are not new ideas; it’s the

Berlin Bakery to serve Pizza with Purpose Join The Non GMO Group, Monday Oct. 22 at 6 p.m., at Nature’s Food Market in Berlin, for delicious Non-GMO Pizza courtesy of Berlin Natural Bakery and Park Street Pizza. Did you know that genetically modified foods (GMOs) or genetically engineered foods (G.E.), have yet to be proven consistently safe for human consumption? Scientists have recently found that the insecticide in the genetically modified corn is now showing up in our blood stream and in the umbilical cords of pregnant women. Genetically modified foods do not require labeling in our country, yet more than 20

countries including Australia, all of the European union, Japan and China all require labeling of genetically modified foods. In November, California will be voting on Prop 37 that would require companies to label genetically modified foods that are sold in California. Joanne Pickrell from the Just Label It Campaign will speak at The Pizza with a Purpose Party. She will be discussing what the Just Label It Campaign is about and how we can help bring awareness about genetically engineered foods and what we as consumers can do to help get them labeled. Please R.S.V.P. by Thursday, Oct. 18 at 330-893-4069.

Calendar (Continued From Page 7) Saturday, Oct. 13 at noon at Des Dutch Essenhaus, Shreve. All former employees are invited. Anyone with pictures is invited to take them to share. For more information contact Nina Vincent at 330-279-4548.

Soup supper is Oct. 13 at Clinton Township Fire House A soup supper will be held at the Clinton Township Fire House on Saturday, Oct. 13, with serving at 3 p.m. until sold out. All you care to eat chili, ham and bean and vegetable soups, salad bar, dessert and bever-

age, by donation. Carryouts will be available. Proceeds will go to the Clinton Fire and Rescue Auxiliary.

Ham dinner sponsored by Wilmot Fire & Rescue A ham dinner is offered Sunday, Oct. 14, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., at Wilmot Fire Hall, 204 Mill St., sponsored by Wilmot Fire & Rescue. Menu features ham, scalloped potatoes, green beans, applesauce, coleslaw, dinner roll, slice of pie and beverage, served family style. Carryouts available. Call 330-3595995. See Pg. 10 — CALENDAR

way people have farmed for centuries. Cows graze over lush green pastures. Chickens roam freely and have clean, dry bedding to lay their eggs. Fruits and vegetables sprout from fields where the soil is revitalized naturally. They believe it’s important to offer only healthy and nourishing products. Their certified organic and specialty products are naturally raised and produced by families who want to farm for generations to come. Berlin Natural Bakery, a local whole grain bakery, was established in 1986, originally producing breads made from a variety of wheat and spelt.

But over the years they found spelt to be such a superior grain, that they discontinued their other line of wheat products altogether. Today the bakery produces only products made with spelt. This proved to be beneficial in two ways. It completely eliminated any chance of cross contamination with “other wheat” varieties, and allowed them to focus their energy on the research and development of additional spelt products. Nature’s carries their full line of fresh baked spelt products. Local author Carol Miller will be signing her recent book “Tasty Favorites” and sampling foods

based on the recipes. This book is full of delicious, simple, natural recipes. The book has helpful hints in each section and recipes for all occasions and taste buds. Local farmers who are part of the Organic Valley co-op will be sampling and sharing with folks what makes their organic products so good. Organic Valley is a national farmer’s co-op based out of Wisconsin, with a large concentration of its dairy farmers right here in Holmes and Wayne counties. If you’ve driven around the county much you have probably spotted one of the farm signs or maybe even one

of their milk trucks out doing pickups. Also attending the Local Taste Fair at Nature’s on Saturday, will be PG Kelly’s pepper jam, Pawsitively Scrumptious locally made healthy dog treats, Sunnybrook Acres natural lip balms, lotion and body care, Lena’s Amish Granola and Bars, Gingerich Farms maple syrup, Hiland Naturals poultry, and more. The Local Taste Fair and Classic Car Show will be held at Nature’s new, expanded location at 4727 U.S. 62, Berlin, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Call 330-893-2006 or email naturesinberlin@ with any questions or comments.

“Their lifestyle choices are often directly based “I used handmade on Scripture. They have a papers and chose to do solid faith on which they cut paper because I think base their choices. I hope it reflects the high qual- that readers will get a basic ity craftsmanship of the understanding of why the Amish,” Hess said. “I Amish do what they do.” think it’s stunningly beauHess is an alumna of tiful and very natural.” Goshen College. She Hess noted that many holds an MFA in graphic people are interested in design from Indiana Unilearning about the Amish, versity with an emphabut there is a lot of mis- sis in book arts. She has understanding about worked in the publishing their way of life and faith. industry since 1996 and

is currently a graphic design professor living in Rochester, N.Y. She was winner of the 2008 Rodda Award for “Sleep in Peace” (Herald Press), a bedtime book for children. Other Herald Press books by Hess include “Walk in Peace” (author and illustrator), “The Family Song” (illustrator), and “Praying with Our Feet” (illustrator). “An Amish Alphabet,” $17.99, is available at or by calling 800-245-7894. Herald Press is the book

imprint of MennoMedia, a ministry of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada.

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costing, I could have purchased twice as many jars from the store, but that wouldn’t be “Grandma’s spaghetti sauce.” Grandparents are special people who do special things. I remember how great it was to be allowed to spend a few days with my grandpa and grandma, who lived in a small town, not in the country. My grandma made the best homemade noodles ever! Grandpa always kept a special bag of candy tucked away in the back of the cupboard just for us grandkids. He would walk us up to the local grocery store for ice cream. Going to bed at night and sinking

down into that warm soft “feathertick” on the bed at their house was a special experience. I was afraid I was going to sink too low and wouldn’t be able to breathe! Our daughter had beautiful long hair that she wore in braids for several years, but my mother, her grandmother, was the only one who could braid her hair. She didn’t like the way I did it, so every morning before she went to school, she ran across the driveway to Grandma’s house to get her hair braided. And my mom was always waiting to do it, even though it meant getting up early every morning. In later years, when her three daughters,

FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic Sept. 25 47 CALVES — Good to choice calves 100-110, medium to good calves 90-100, fair to medium calves 75-90, commons and lights 75-down, cross bred calves 167-down, back to farm, bull calves 110-140, back to farm, heifer calves 120-145. 4 PIGS — Roasters 60-72. 9 GOATS — 85-135. 32 BUTCHER HOGS — 240-260 lbs. 49, 260 lbs.up 48-51.50, butcher sows 38-down. 48 CATTLE — Bulls 85-87, good beef cows 80-85.50, medium to good cows 71-80, fair to medium cows 62-71, common cows 62-down. 143 TOTAL HEAD. 24 HAY, STRAW, GRAIN — 1st cutting hay 290-330, 2nd

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not only telephones but computers with skype so we can see one another and visit together. And if all else fails, there is still the postal service and letters that can be written. No matter how it is done, staying involved in grandchildren’s lives is very important and special to all concerned. We are so blessed to have them! And if you don’t have grandchildren around you, there is always a child who needs an extra hug or some special attention. There are times when just having someone to talk to can make a difference in their lives. They don’t always have to be “your” grandchildren!

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Chicken barbecue to benefit Garfield Lodge Chicken barbecue will be held Sunday, Oct. 28, beginning at 11 a.m. until sold out, at Shreve Mobil on North Market Street. Carry-outs only; barbecued chicken half, green beans, applesauce, roll for $8; half-chicken only, $5. Sponsored by Shreve Garfield Masonic Lodge No. 528. This is a fundraiser to support the Garfield Masonic Lodge Charitable Fund and Scholarship Fund. In recent years, Garfield Masonic Lodge has supported various community members in need with donated funds and in recent years has awarded the $500 Garfield Lodge Scholarship to local high school students.

Pheasants Forever to hold youth hunt Oct. 20-21 Ashland County Pheasants Forever will hold Free Youth Hunt 2012 on Saturday, Oct. 20 and Sunday, Oct. 21. The event includes safety training, target shooting with clay birds and guided pheasant hunt with dogs. To sign up, call Aaron Becker at 419606-0739. Participants must be 12 to 17 years old and be accompanied by a parent or guardian. A valid hunting license is required. Priority will be given to youth who have not previously participated.


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There will be a chicken barbecue, raffle and fall festival Saturday, Oct. 20, at Clark Elementary School. The barbecue will be served from 4-6 p.m. and adult meal includes a quarter chicken, noodles, applesauce, roll, dessert and beverage; child meal includes hot dog, noodles, applesauce, dessert and beverage. Pre-sale tickets are available at Clark Elementary. Cost for grades 6-12 and adults is $6.50 pre-sale or $7 at the door. Cost for students grades K-5 is $3.50 (preschool free). Festival games will be 5-7 p.m. and the raffle drawing at 7 p.m. For more information, call Clark Elementary School — Minimum Growth: at 330-674-7936.

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on my love of reading, my abilities in school, and my writing. For my grandsons, who are both attending the University of Tampa, my specialty is frosted sugar cookies, and I will be looking forward to greeting them with a supply when they come home for the holidays. Grandmothers and grandfathers are very special people to children. They often bring special “gifts” into their lives that aren’t always recognized until children are grown up. For many, the grandchildren live far away and can visit only once in awhile, but we are fortunate today to have



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my grandchildren, stayed overnight, they went every morning to “Biddy Buddy’s” (their name for my mom, anyone remember George Gobel?) house so she could make them “dippy eggs” for breakfast. No one else could make dippy eggs like hers! I never knew my grandmother on my father’s side, as she had passed away when my dad was 2 years old. My grandfather lived with us for awhile, and he sat me on his lap and taught me how to read and enjoy books when I was 4 years old. I had broken a wrist and couldn’t play very well, so we spent a lot of time together. No doubt he was a great influence


By BARB LUMLEY Columnist My house currently smells like an Italian restaurant! At the request of my granddaughter, I have been making and canning spaghetti sauce. Since the dry weather and groundhogs ruined our garden, it has been necessary to purchase the tomatoes, onions and green peppers, as well as the oil, sugar, oregano and black pepper. I had a box of salt! For what all of this is


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The increased needs of both man and machine “Have you given any thought to how we’re going to get to the mountain bike race in Columbus this weekend?” It was my teammate, Soup, on the other end of the call. “Cappy’s race is a few hours before ours so he’s riding down with Bob, sooo. ...” I knew exactly what was wrapped up in that extended “sooo”— it was my cue to offer to drive my aging Plymouth Neon, “Zippy.” It’s undeniable that Zippy takes the fuel mileage crown among all of the other vehicles in our collective fleets, and given that gas is once again flirting with the $4 mark, it might seem logical to drive her every time we travel. However, two things typically stand in the way of this. First, it’s only possible to rack two bikes atop the little compact and there are typically three, four or five of us traveling to any given race. The second reason is a little less concrete and a lot more, well, emotional. I LOVE my little red car and can barely imagine life without her, but the sad reality is that

would secretly love to have a Zippy in their stable merely on the principle that any car that still runs 15 years after it’s been paid for is worthy of respect, if not all-out adoration! One thing a man must Zippy has been run never do, of course, like a toddler’s wind-up is allow his friends toy every summer and to become aware of slathered in salt-spray his deep emotional every winter for the attachment to his car past 18 years. And let’s (especially if it’s a face it, a good car, much ’95 Neon); therefore like a beloved family I graciously offered pet, almost always has to drive, agreeing to a lifespan which falls expend 200 miles worth sorrowfully short of its of Zippy’s remaining adoring owner. Zippy life-force in the name has been allotted only of team spirit and so many clicks by the camaraderie. great cosmic clock and All was well with man every time I start her and machine as we up I know we’re rolling headed south on I-71, 45 minutes before suc- seen with a bicycle on nearer and nearer the but man, much like cumbing to nature’s top of my car, the bike end. the machines he mascall and wheeled into a is almost always worth I don’t really think ters, has certain needs gas station just off the more than the car that anyone else which grow over the highway. below. In this particular actually enjoys travyears. One of the ironies case, with both our raceling in Zippy, but A car, for instance, about life as a devoted ing bikes mounted on the idea that we can may require oil more bicyclist is that at any top, Zippy had easily travel twice as far frequently as time given time when I am quadrupled in value. on the same amount wears on; a man may of money simply by require a  restroom enduring a conspicubreak more frequently ously loud, notoriously as he travels. Given rickety and uncommy present rate of fortably hot ride is not regression, if I live  lost on any of my bud- to be 100 years old I  will need to stop for  dies ­— each is every  a pee break every 30 bit as cheap as me.   Furthermore, I believe seconds. Soup and I  that each of them made it an impressive   *

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Soup agreed to fetch the restroom key while I stood watch over our precious cargo. Here is exactly where the story begins to unravel. Be sure to come back next week to read all about it!








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Charm Days 2012

Ole Mill Furniture

Miller’s Dry Goods

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Nashville FD to hold fish fry


The Nashville Fire Department is having a fish fry on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 4-8 p.m. The cost of the dinner is by donation. The last fish fry was a huge success. We hope to see everyone there. Proceeds will benefit the building of a new fire station in the future.

Charm School Playground LOCATION:LOCATION: Charm School Playground Route State Route 557State in Charm, Ohio 557 in Charm, Ohio

October 13, 2012 at 11:00 October 13, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. (During Charma.m. Days) (During Charm Days

Items donated from each merchant and from each homestead in Items donated from each merchant and from each homestead in Charm . A “Light In The Valley” Quilt (by the ladies ofmiscellaneous Charm),quilts other miscellaneou In The Valley” Quilt (by the ladies of Charm), other and wall hangings,a a burl walnut wall clock, manyclock, other handcrafted and pies from hangings, burl walnut wall manyitems, other handcrafted item the localwomen’s women’s pie contest. Some of these items willof be on display items at Keim will be on the local pie contest. Some these Lumber.You You may donate items for the auctionfor by bringing them to Keim Lumber Lumber. may donate items the auction by bringing them before Saturday or to the school playground on Saturday forenoon. before Saturday or to the school playground on Saturday foreno

Charm Days

Oct. 12 & 13, 2012

Fabric Shop: 20% discount Store-wide


(including Basement Outlet)

Quilt Barn: 20% discount

on stencils, patterns, kits, embroidery blocks & quilt books..... 10% discount on everything else in the Barn!!


Auctioneer: Andy J. Raber

Andy J. 5345 TR 118 Baltic, OhioAuctioneer: 43804 5345 TR 118 Baltic, Ohi Voice Mail: 330 893-2604 Voice Mail: 330 893-2 Assistant Auctioneers: Joseph Miller & Vern Yoder Assistant Auctionee

Store Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8-5 Closed Sat.

44500 SR 557 (Charm) • Millersburg Ohio • 330-893-9899

Joseph Miller & Vern Y




CharmDays Up To

10% OFF


Count on it.



up to $


Special Pricing and


5% OFF










Company Reps will be here Fri. & Sat.

FRI. & SAT. OCT. TH 12 & 13TH

OFF Generators


Wheel Kit with EF2000IS


Free Stihl Leaf Blower or String Trimmer with Qualifying Purchase

“Free Diamond Blade”

0% for 54 mo. See store for details.





4741 St Rt 557 Millersburg Ohio 44654


Stop In & See Our Specials On: Brushless Buggy Wash • Charming Spinners • Chains

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Charm Days 2012 Charm General Store

Charm Engine

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Briefs day from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-4 p.m. County, the home of the Flu immunizations factory that produced will be $10 for children, this beautiful glassware while adults must pay over 100 years ago. $25 for the vaccine. Members will receive a County residents quarterly newsletter with w i t h Medicaid or information on events M e d i c a r e (includand articles of interest to ing the PrimeTime Millersburg Glass enthu- and Humana Health siasts. Annual member- Plans) must take their ship is $15 or for a lim- card with them to this ited time, become a life- clinic; the Health Distime charter member for trict will submit bill$175. ing for them. No other To become a member go insurance companies to www.MillersburgGlass. will be billed. Cash or com, mail P.O. Box 30, personal check will be Millersburg, OH 44654, accepted for payment; call 330-390-0300 or 330- credit and debit cards 231-7105, or stop at the will not be accepted. booth at the Holmes Senior Citizens are County Antique Festival. asked to check their Medicare Plan before coming to see where they are to get their Holmes to offer flu shots. immunizations Doses of FluMist, an The Holmes County inhalable form of flu Health District will immunization approprioffer flu immunizations ate for healthy persons at the Community Clin- will be available only ic, 931 Wooster Road, for children between the Millersburg every Fri- ages of 2-18 due to lim(Continued From Page 5)

ited supply on our part. All children must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or an adult with written consent from the child’s parent indicating that their child is permitted to receive flu immunization. Individuals with questions can contact the Holmes County Health District at 330-674-5035.

Community Card applications available The



Akron Wayne College’s contact Susan Corl at email scorl@holmeslib. library has offered to 330-674-5972, Ext. 227 or org. provide community cards to Holmes County residents. These items may be delivered to the Holmes Located below the Commercial Savings Bank in Charm County Higher Educa4440 CR 70 Millersburg, OH 44654 tion Center for easy pick330-893-7938 up. Hours: Mon-Wed 7amTo apply for the card 7pm; Tue, Thurs & Fri Full - line bakery & pay-to-use Internet access and see card holder ben7am-5pm; Sat 7am-3pm efits, visit https://wayne. 10% off all pastries to win in showcase or $1,000 Grand Prize Coffee 50¢ per cup come into the Central Library in Millersburg for 1st Place: $100 Cash a paper form. All appliSoft 2nd Place: $50 Gift Card cations must be returned Serve to the Holmes County Ice Cream 3rd Place: $20 Gift Card Library for processing. 10074250 For more information,

Charm Days

Charm Days Sale!! October 12th & 13th


Sale Hours: Fri. 7:30-7:00; Sat. 7:30-3:00

10% OFF




Reg. $109.50



Inside Keim Lumber 330-893-5040



Excluding animal health care products and specially marked items.






Reg. $99.50



Hours: Mon. 7-7; Tues.-Fri.7-4:30; Sat. 7:30-11:30

Charm Days

Reg. $109.50

Oct. 12th & 13th

Limited Quantities On Specials

Music 1st and 3rd Monday Nights at 5:00 p.m.

Camo Special Kids & Adults

“Good Food Fast, Not Fast Food”

Breakfast Buffet NEW HOURS!!!

Mon., Fri. 7:30 - 7 p.m. Tues., Wed., Thurs. 7:30 - 5 p.m. Sat. 7:30 - 3 p.m.


with Beverage 7:30-11:15 a.m.


25– $50


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Saturday Morning

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Holmes County bookmobile schedule

Ole Mill Furniture

2 Day Sale During Charm

$1000.00 Grand Prize Plus OTHER PRIZES!

Merchant Days October 12th & 13th

Monday — South Mount Hope School, 12:30-1 p.m.; Mount Hope Elementary, Kindergarten, 1:05-1:30 p.m.; Winesburg public, 2:30-6:30 p.m.

Tuesday — J. Barkman, Township Road 176, 1-1:30 p.m.; Crist Troyer Jr., Township Road 178, 1:45-2:30 p.m.; Hershberger Hardware, 2:45-4

p.m.; Charm Public, 5-7 p.m. Wednesday — Dan E. Raber, County Road 349, 9:15-10 a.m.; Andy Miller, Township Road

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CHARM COMMUNITY SHARE CHARM COMMUNITY SHARE ’N CARE FUND ’N CARE FUND BENEFIT BENEFIT AUCTION AUCTION Charm School Playground LOCATION:LOCATION: Charm School Playground State Route State Route 557 in Charm, Ohio 557 in Charm, Ohio

October 13, 2012 at 11:00 October 13, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. (During Charma.m. Days) (During Charm Days)

ItemsItems donated from each merchant and from each homestead in Charm . A “Light donated from each merchant and from each homestead in Charm . A “Light In The Valley” Quilt ladies Charm),quilts other miscellaneous quilts and wall In The Valley” Quilt (by the(by ladiesthe of Charm), otherofmiscellaneous and wall hangings,aa burl walnut wall clock, manyclock, other handcrafted and pies from hangings, burl walnut wall manyitems, other handcrafted items, and pies from the local women’s pie contest. Some of these items will be on display at Keim the local women’s pie contest. Some of these items will be on display at Keim Lumber.You You may donate items for the auctionfor by bringing them to Keimby Lumber Lumber. may donate items the auction bringing them to Keim Lumber before Saturday or to the school playground on Saturday forenoon. before Saturday or to the school playground on Saturday forenoon. ALL AUCTION PROCEEDS WILL ALL AUCTION PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT THE CHARM COMMUNITY BENEFIT THE CHARM COMMUNITY SHARE’N CARE FUND


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Barbwire Criteria higher now for awards at dairy shows By BARB LUMLEY As I travel to announce county fair and district dairy shows, I am in awe of the outstanding Holsteins that parade the show ring. When I look back at pictures of winners from years ago, the animals standing last in today’s shows would have been good enough to win back then. Our progress

for breeding both type and production has been outstanding. In cleaning out a cabinet recently, I ran across copies of the 1966 and 1967 Farm Journal, The Magazine of American Agriculture. They always had a section on each type of livestock farming including dairy. Two of the problems that dairymen were

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Back to Farm Nite Sale October 5 • 7:00 P.M. 2 herd dispersals AI sired, 15 springers and opens, 3 Holstein Heifers, 2 Holstein & Jersey Heifers, 2nd and 3rd Trimesters boer goats, 12 pigs, 23 cows AI sired, 30 spring heifers, 11 open organic heifers, 17 organic cows in all stages of lactation, good demand for sheep and goats.

Feeder Calf Sale October 16 • 12:30 P.M. Auctioneer: Andy Raber 330-897-6081 or Cell 330-231-6809


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Oct. 5:

Hersberger’s Farm & Bakery Pick Your Own Pumpkins Free Kettle Corn and Pony& Draft Horse Rides Open Late 4pm-10pm

Oct. 6:

Smokey Lane Stables Riding Horse and Pony Sale 9:30am 686 Smokey Lane Rd. NW, Sugarcreek, OH

Oct. 6-7:

50th Annual Antique Festival Downtown Millersburg

Oct. 12:

dealing with back then are two problems that still exist today, reproduction and mastitis. With all the progress that has been made in breeding dairy cattle, these problems have not been solved. One of the things I always enjoyed most in breeding registered Holsteins has been studying bulls and cow families and making the mating decisions. I certainly do not claim to be an expert, and over the years I have had a couple people emphatically tell me I didn’t know what the &!*#@ I was doing! However, I always felt that whether I bred a good one or made a huge mistake, it was my decision. My first criteria in choosing bulls, was a bull whose daughters were noted for good, sound udders. After all, I was the one who was going to look at and milk that udder twice a day, every day, and I felt that a well attached, sound udder had to be a healthier one.

For several years we did not keep heifers from cows that had ever had mastitis and we seldom had a problem. Then antibiotics became available, and along with better medicine to treat the problem came classification and cows that scored Very Good and Excellent, made good records, and that we did not want to give up when they had mastitis! We treated them and kept daughters. We gave up on our goal to eliminate it. Usually about a fourth of our herd was “old cows.” One of my favorites was Champagne, who lived to be 18 years old, always bred back, classified Excellent, and never had mastitis in her entire life. No bull stud would have ever considered her for a bull mother — she was a big minus index! But shouldn’t that be the kind of cow to look for when choosing young bulls? Hopefully sons from that kind of cow could pass along the genes for udder health

and the resistance to mastitis. Genomics is the name of the game today, but young bulls are coming into the studs from heifers that have never calved and never been milked. How can we be sure they will pass on good udder health and the resistance to mastitis? If proper attention is paid, we should be able to breed for both udder and reproduction health and reduce and hopefully eliminate these problems. Extra profit is made from cows that can last, reproduce and put milk in the tank every day! I ran across a fellow Holstein breeder one day a few years ago, and while talking with him, he told me how sad he was feeling because he had just lost one of his best cows. When I asked how old she was, he replied that she was 12 years old. My very first thought was that if she had lived to be 12 years old in that herd, every bull stud in the country should have been lined up for a son!

I knew the herd well and she had to have had outstanding genes to have just survived, as well as making good records and reproducing! She was exactly the kind of cow bulls should have been coming from! Just because a cow is scored Very Good or Excellent does not mean that she has a healthy udder that will resist mastitis, however those types of udders have less risk of injuries that can cause mastitis. While environment, care of the udder, and proper milking equipment plays a part in resisting mastitis, I feel that the answer lies in the genes. More needs to be done to eliminate the problem and enable the dairyman to make more profit. By the way — in October 1966 the cost of springer heifers in Ohio was $350 to $400. In March 1967 Ohio dealers paid $6.01 cwt. for bottling milk. Milk sold in stores averaged from 47 cents to 55 cents for a half gallon.

Sept. 24 113 CALVES — Choice calves 100-130, good calves

75-95, light & thins 30 down; back to farm bulls 80-130, crossbreds 50-190; Feeders, steers & bulls 80-125, heifers 80-115. 38 HOGS — No. 1 50-53. 133 CATTLE — Choice steers 113.50-121.50, good steers 105-113, Holstein steers 85-115, choice heifers 111-118.50, good heifers 100-110.50, good Holstein cows 70-84, yellows and thins 65-down, bulls 72.50-91. 198 HORSES & PONIES — Top horse 575, top pony 145. 10 SHEEP & GOATS — Sheep 92.50-100; goats 40-140.

up 23-59, service boars 85-140, roasters 39-93. 97 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 75-102.50, back to farm, heifers 50-130, light & thin 70-down. 150 CATTLE — Steers 84-98.50, heifers 75.50, bulls 64.50-91.50, good beef cows 72-77.50, medium to good 65.50-71.50, thin to poor 65-down; feeder steers 65-83, heifers 58-110. 9 SHEEP — Market lambs 90-125 lbs. 92.50, cull ewes and bucks 34-43. 26 GOATS — 30-130. 192 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,460-down, bred heifers 1,650-down, service bulls 3501,000, open heifers 375-885. TOTAL HEAD 1,224; Consignors 229. 39 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 140-380, 2nd cutting 300-390, 3rd cutting 230-480, lg. bales 30-90 each, straw 140180 ton; firewood 50-200 load.


KIDRON AUCTION Sept. 27 72 HOGS — 190-210 lbs. 50-52.50, 230-260 lbs. 52-60.50, butcher sows 33-41, boars by weight 10-41. 684 FEEDER PIGS — Up to 40 lbs. 10-16, 41-50 lbs. 13-39, 51-60 lbs. 14-31, 61 lbs.-

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Oct. 13:

Billy Jacobs Singing @ Starlight Antiques 66 W. Jackson St., Millersburg (330) 674-5111

Schedule Valley School, 1-1:30 p.m.; Abe Yoder Jr., Township Roy Keim’s, County Road 355, 2:30-3:30 p.m.; Road 75, 1:30-2:45 p.m.; Killbuck public, 3-6 p.m. Nature’s Food Market, Friday — Mount Hope 3-6 p.m. Elementary, 9 a.m.Thursday — Sharp Run 1:30 p.m.; South Dublin School, 9-9:45 a.m.; Flat School, 1:45-2:45 p.m.; Ridge Elementary, 10 West Mount Hope Scool, a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Meadow 3-3:45 p.m. (Continued From Page 14)


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Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry program will be accepting donations of deer meet. Hunters in Holmes County can donate their deer at Millers Custom Meats, 5493 County Road 68, Millersburg. For more information, contact Holmes County FHFH coordinator Dustin Taylor at 330-231-3295.

Fall shoots Fall shoots at the Shreve Farmers Sportsman Club will be held every Sunday from now through Nov. 11. All shoots start at noon with sign-up starting around 11:30 a.m. The club shoots both shot and slug. Win turkey, bacon, beef patties, beef roast, special shoots for meat for two weeks and 1/2-smoked hams. For more directions or information, call Missy at 330-464-5621.

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Published in 1934, Arthur A. Allen’s ‘American Bird Biographies’ is a unique twist on bird books, as the author writes as if the bird is talking to you. Allen, the head of the Ornithology Department at Cornell University for many years, was chastised by his peers for writing the book in the manner in which he did, but ‘American Bird Biographies’ was a hit with teachers and students at the time.

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Submitted photos Exotic animals will be waiting to be hand fed by visitors at The Farm at The Farm at Walnut Creek, with 500 animals from six different continents Walnut Creek. Take the one-hour tour of The Farm in your car or hop on the spread out over 120 acres, will be holding its 2012 Fall Festival on Oct. 6 wagon ride for an educational and entertaining experience for all ages, and and 8 from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. don’t forget your bucket of pellets.

Have close encounters with animals at The Farm Ever wonder what it would be like to feed a giraffe or see a zebra or camel up close? With more than 500 animals from six different continents spread out over 120 acres to explore, The Farm at Walnut Creek makes these dreams a reality. From exotic to everyday farm animals, The Farm offers an educational and entertaining experience for all ages. Henry Hampton, a native of North Carolina, has been raising exotic animals for over 35 years. Hampton sought to create a park were he could share his animals with the public and also serve as an educational opportunity to his visitors. In 1993, the Lazy 5 Ranch (located in Mooresville, NC) became a reality and in 2006, under Hampton’s direction, The Farm was established in Walnut Creek. Being located in

Amish country the farm serves to educate visitors not only in the ways of farm living but the Amish way of life as well. The Farm at Walnut Creek will play host to the 2012 Fall Festival. The Festival will run Oct. 6 and 8 from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Regular admission rates will apply. Animals, plenty of food and activities await those who attend this year’s festivities. Take the one-hour tour of the farm and see animals such as the Watusi and longhorn cattle, various breeds of deer and elk, zebras and donkeys, various species of birds and much more. Hop on the wagon ride as it winds through the open farmland and wooded forests or take a drive at your own pace on the old dirt road. Don’t forget your bucket of pellets, as the animals will be wander-

ing toward you for a treat. Come with an appetite, as there will be plenty of food to go around. The menu for the festival will include soup (over an open fire), roasted corn on the cob, barbecued chicken and kettle corn. Desserts will include pumpkin and apple pie. Make it a la mode with vanilla or pumpkin ice cream. With plenty of activities to choose from, children will not be bored. Ever wonder how far you could sling a pumpkin from a slingshot? Hampton says pumpkin slingshots will be placed at the top of a hill and kids will be challenged to hit the floating targets in the awaiting pond below. Put your search and find skills to the test by participating in the scavenger hunt. Take the younger ones to the straw castle and let them

fantasize an adventure all their own. Learn the Amish way of life by stopping into the main house and grandpa’s house located in the heart of the farm. Try your hand at making homemade apple butter and witness the making of sorghum molasses. Spinning and broom-making demonstrations will also take place. While wandering your way around the farm see how the chores are done while the sheep are sheared and cows are milked. Blacksmiths will demonstrate horseshoeing techniques and answer any questions you might be pondering about this rare art form. Before you leave don’t forget to visit the gift barn and pick up a souvenir for yourself or a gift for a friend or loved one. Stop by the produce stand and

The Farm was established in Walnut Creek. Being located in Amish country the farm serves to educate visitors not only in the ways of farm living but the Amish way of life as well. pick up some produce grown and picked fresh from The Farm. The Farm is located at 4147 County Road 114 in Walnut Creek. Admission is $11.75 for adults and $8.75 for seniors and children ages 2 to 12. Admission with wagon ride

is $16.75 for adults and $11.75 for seniors and children 2 to 12. The Farm is open Monday through Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until one hour before sunset. For more information call 330-893-4200 or visit

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Daring adventure race with her very best friend One of my choices for a time machine lunch would have to be Helen Keller. I’d have her over, sit at my kitchen table and tell her that if she could see it, one of her own quotes hangs upon my wall, just above the door. It serves as a graphic reminder to me that, “Life is a daring adventure, or nothing at all.” (She said that. I think she’d dig my fancy wall sticker.) A quest for adventure is nothing new in my life, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. The time spent out of one’s comfort zone, whether or not your well-being is in danger, gets the blood pumping and just gives you that little boost of life that only comes from situations like that. It’s a natural rush and honestly a bit of an addiction. So when The Wilderness Center advertised an adventure race, I immediately signed up and took my husband with me. A team race that was scheduled in about a month, the two of us looked at each other after reading what the day was all about: 35 miles of biking, 3 miles of canoeing, and 10 miles on foot. The looks we gave each other were along the lines of “what in the world have we gotten ourselves into?” “A daring adventure” was my answer. As casual joggers, we had to ramp things up a little, so for the four or so weeks we morphed into make-believe athletes and got to work. And I’m so thankful we did. There’s something about pushing yourself to your very physical limit, that point when your muscles tremble and you know that if you let your mind give up, your body will gladly cave as well. It takes all you have to envision yourself at the

top of that hill, at the end of that road, across that finish line. So that’s what we imagined as we pushed ourselves for a full eight hours. Adventure racing, for others who are new to it like we are, is an event that involves multiple sports such as cycling, running, orienteering, boating, and climbing, and varies in length and distance from a few hours to several days. The combination depends on the season and the amount of time given is something you tend to need every minute of. Our day started on a frosty Sunday morning, layering clothes and gloves and preparing our bicycles for some serious changes in elevation. Despite a few accidental detours and a few dozen massive hills, our ride was fairly beautiful. There’s something about moving on a road with no motor sounds to interfere with your view of the countryside. Twenty or so miles later, we learned that we would have to run three miles to get to our canoe, so that we could paddle back downstream. Once the jog and canoe was done, we hopped back onto our bikes, said multiple curse words under our breath, and rode 17 miles back (we thankfully didn’t get lost that time.) The final leg of the race was an orienteering course, where each team is given a topographical map with marked points around a piece of property. Our goal was to use

only a compass and map and find as many as we could, even if it meant wading through a sea of prickers and thorns. My legs looked like I walked through a storm of razor blades by the time it

was over, but sprinting across the finish line at the eight-hour mark felt incredible. It was an accomplishment with my very best friend at my side, full of briars and scrapes and sore muscles.

I’m not sure if all of that is what Helen Keller had in mind all those years ago when she said those words that hang in my home, but I’m glad I did it. If you have to choose between a daring

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Millersburg accepting grant applications through Nov. 15 The village of Millersburg will accept for 2013 economic development grants applications through Nov. 15. The fund was created from money collected under the village’s transient occupancy (hotel/motel) tax and is dedicated to promoting economic development.

Applications will be accepted from any person or entity residing in or doing business in the village. Applications may be obtained at the village offices at 6 N. Washington St., or at For more information contact Clerktreasurer Karen Shaffer.


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Tickets for fall concerts available at Gospel Book Store

Tickets are on sale now for the Gospel Book Store fall concerts at Fisher Auditorium, OARDC, 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster. On Saturday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m., the concert will feature The Kingsmen, The LeFevre Quartet and the Nelsons. On Saturday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m., the Booth Brothers will be in concert. See Pg. 23 — BRIEFS

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by faithfully doing everything asked of him as the business changes,” Glass Doctor President Mark Liston said. “Anytime the franchise needs someone to tell someone about how Glass Doctor can help them reach their goals, Vern’s passion and sincerity about what it’s done for him continues to add more members to our growing family.” The Builder of the Year Award is presented by each company to a franchisee in recognition of their contribution in building the team. Steiner purchased the franchise in 2000. For more information call 330-674-7556 or visit www. The shop is located at 5739 State Route 83 North, Millersburg.


Adams expects anywhere from 12-15 busiDay incentive card, which nesses to participate. allows shoppers to presIn addition to the ent the card to participat- deals, the Bloodmobile ing merchants for a stamp will be coming to Fredand the “deal of the day” ericksburg and each offered by each merchant. merchant will provide The incentive card can activities throughout be picked up from the the downtown area, Ruritan Club’s booth, which will be dressed up which will be located in with cornstalks, mums the downtown area. and other fall decor to To enter into a cash contribute to the festive drawing, customers must occasion. get at least 75 percent of Contact Club President the card stamped before Kent Adams with quesreturning it to the Ruritan tions at 330-695-3301 or Club booth. The winner InstructorAdams@gmail. must be present to win. com. (Continued From Page 22)

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Holmes fifth-graders get hands-on experience at One-O-One ers of America chapters assisted with the tour as speakers and group leaders. The tour teaches students about the wise use of the area’s natural resources and demonstrates what local farmers are doing to conserve the land in Holmes County, said District Administrator Michelle Wood of the Holmes Soil & Water Conservation District. “At SWCD, we do educational presentations and we try to stress a hands-on component to (the students) because we think that helps reinforce learning. This falls right in line with that hands-on approach, it’s getting kids out to the farm instead of

By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer The county’s fifth-grade students were out on the farm on Wednesday for the 47th annual Tom Graham Fifth-Grade Conservation Farm Tour. Held at the farm of Tom and Sarah Miller, known as the One-O-One Ranch, the tour brought about 400 students from East Holmes, West Holmes and Holmesville Elementary schools to learn about topics relating to agriculture and natural resources at six stations: Soils, Edible Soil Profiles, Forestry, Farming, Farm Safety and Wildlife. High School students from the West Holmes and Hiland Future Farm-

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just talking about it in the classroom,” said Wood. In addition to the tour, the Holmes SWCD educational program includes in-class and field trip presentations, an Arbor Day ceremony, Envirothon sponsorships and an educational material-lending library. “We do have a lot of farms in Holmes County. What they do with their land, with their wildlife, with their forestry — if they are using conservation practices or not — does make a difference to the rest of us. So we try to get the kids out, talk about conservation practices and why it is important to all of us, incorporating all of those ideas throughout the stops,” said Wood. For example, at the Soils station, a ditch was dug to enable the students to see three layers of soil present in the ground. After learning about the soil components, the students are allowed to walk through the ditch, touching and exploring as they go. “They can feel it and see the dirt between the top soil, subsoil and the parent material,” said Jina

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Caregiver (Continued From Page 23) they should be considered for this award. Mail the nomination to Laurel DuBeck, 60788 Southgate Road, Byesville, OH 43723, or Fax to 740439-9878 or email to The Holmes County Caregiver of the Year will be announced at the annual Holmes County Caregiver Appreciation Luncheon scheduled for Friday, Nov. 9 at the Carlisle Inn in Sugarcreek from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. with registration starting at 10 a.m. While this is a

free event to any Holmes County caregiver, registration is required. Caregivers and one guest receive a complimentary meal; additional guest will be $10 each. To register for this event, contact Laurel at 800-932-7277 Ext. 4719 This luncheon is sponsored in part by the Area Agency on Aging, Region 9, Genesis Black Lung and Respiratory Clinic; Walnut Hills Retirement Community; ASAP Home Care; Community Hospice; Crossroads Hospice, PEAK, Inc.; and Sycamore Run.

Gibbs named Friend of Farm Bureau Congressman Bob Farm Bureau to the betterGibbs was selected by the ment of its members and all American Farm Bureau Ohioans. as a “Friend of the Farm “As a farmer and forMike Schenk photos Bureau” in recognition of mer Ohio Farm Bureau West Holmes FFA members Kayla Bird and Dustin Neihaus lead a session on soil during the Fifth- his work on agricultural president, it is an honor policy and continued sup- to be named a Friend of Grade Conservation Tour at One-O-One Ranch. port of agriculture. the Farm Bureau. Serving The Farm Bureau gives on the House Agriculture the award in recognition committee and Chairman to those who stand out as of the Water Resources (Continued From Page 24) advocates for Ohio’s diverse and Environment Commitagricultural community. The tee, I am able to advocate every student can relate nonpartisan organization directly for Ohio farmers to: Food. awards its “Friend” nomina- and consumers on critical For example, pretzel tion to individuals who have issues such as the Farm Bill, nuggets were used to repdemonstrated their eager- air and water quality, and resent bedrock, also called ness to collaborate with The trade,” Gibbs said. parent material, while green sprinkles were used Millersburg Carnival Glass Auction to represent vegetation. Gummy Worms were, of SATURDAY October 6th 2012 at 10:00AM course, earthworms, those on the lawn of the Millersburg Courthouse creatures so important to soil health. Topsoil, in Downtown Millersburg Ohio the form of granola, is a Come on Over and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Holmes layer high in nutrients, Dan McMillen talks to West Holmes students about area wildlife and their County Festival with a Very nice all Millersburg Glass Auction. explained West Holmes habitats. This year we have an OUTSTANDING FFA student Liz Over“50 percent of deaths held Nov. 1. holt. County is considered auction for you! Several “One Knowns” After the lesson, stu- that occur to children on The purpose of the rural, there are a lot of and just lots of other SUPER glass! We dents were able to a farm are tractor-relat- Holmes SWCD is to kids who aren’t directhave also have a very nice assortment of will make their own edible ed,” said Finzer. “That’s assist landowners in ly involved in farming. Millersburg Crystal glass to choose from. soil profile by stack- mainly because of extra applying conserva - They are a generation Please visit our website at ing the snacks layer by riders.” tion practices to their or two removed from Students also were land that will reduce it so they don’t get to layer. w w w. j i m w r o d a a u c t i o n . c o m f o r At the Farm Safety stop, taught the importance erosion, provide bet- a farm as often as we pictures and FULL listing! 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Afterward, they were tion practices, they Since 1965, every fifth them know it’s really served lunch on the farm. could see their results. grade student in Holmes As in past years, the not safe to be extra ridAbout 60 beef cows County has experienced ers,” said Darlene Finzer, SWCD will sponsor an and calves are raised the tour. Farm Safety 4 Kids coor- essay contest about the on the 72-acre working “It’s a fun tradition that tour. dinator. host farm at which the generations of Holmes “The students write tour was held. There, the Countians have particiSitting upon straw bales on the overcast Wednes- essays and their teachers owners have installed pated in,” Wood said. day morning, the students select the top 10 in the several conservation For more information Terms: Cash- Check Visa- MC- Discover. with a 3% clerking were taught the impor- class and submit it to our practices on the farm about the Holmes SWCD fee. All selling with NO reserve and NO minimums!! 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Wooster Road, Millersburg, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-4:30 p.m. (Health Clinic only, closed first and third Wednesday afternoons of each month. All others are open.) — Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, 2619 Township Road 144, Tuesday, Oct. 9 and 23, 8:30-11:30 a.m. — St. John’s Lutheran Church, 8084 State Route 241, Mount Hope, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 8:3011:30 a.m. — Keim Lumber, 4465 State Route 557, Charm, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 8:3011:30 a.m.

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Programs and events at the Holmes County District Public Library include: — East Branch Story Celebrations will be Mondays at 11 a.m. for toddlers and preschoolers ages 2-5, Oct. 15-Nov. 5. Join in the fun with songs, activities, crafts and more. Call the East Branch in Walnut Creek at 330-893-3464 or stop by the Help Desk to register. — “Our Town, Memories of Holmes County Project” — Do you have old pictures of an event or people in Holmes County? Please consider sharing or donat-

ing your photos to the “Our Town” project. The images or scanned representations will be gathered in a book and shared at the Holmes County Library as well as on its web site. Contact Susan Corl at 330674-5972 with questions or for more information. — Good news for students and researchers. There is now a way to locate and order items from colleges and universities. The Wayne Community College library has offered to provide community cards to Holmes County residents. These items may be delivered to the Holmes

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County Higher Education Center for easy pick-up. To apply for the card and see card holder benefits, you may download an application from https://wayne.uakron. edu/library/ or visit the Central Library in Millersburg for a paper form. All applications must be returned to the Holmes County Library for processing. If you have any questions about this new service, contact Susan Corl at 330-674-5972, Ext. 227 or email scorl@ — One-on-One eReader Help Sessions at the Central Library — The Holmes County Library is now offering one-onone help for those with ereader devices. Sessions will be up to 30 minutes showing patrons how to check out and download library ebooks and other digital media. Participants must have a valid Holmes County

District Public Library card with an account in good standing. To set up an appointment call 330674-5972. — Beginner Genealogy Discussion Group meets the fourth Thursday of every month from 5:30-:730 p.m. at the Central Library, February through October. Have you always wanted to research your family history but were too overwhelmed by where to start? Join this beginner genealogy discussion group to talk about genealogy questions and issues. Registration is required as space is limited. Call 330-674-5972 or stop by the Help Desk to register.

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Immunization schedule for month of October The Holmes County Health Department offers children’s immunization clinics at various sites throughout Holmes County on a monthly basis. Immunizations are offered to anyone 0-18 years of age at no cost. Medicaid cards and donations are accepted. A parent or guardian must accompany children- another adult may take the child with written permission from the parent. Take a copy of the child’s immunization record. Below are the scheduled clinics: — Holmes County Health Department, 931

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been ruled out, according to Holmes County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Nathan Fritz. The Sheriff’s Office, along with the Ohio State Fire Marshal’s Office, an investigator from which made the arson ruling, is investigating the cause of the fire, said Fritz, adding they are looking to the public for help. Law enforcement officers gathered potential evidence, took photos and interviewed two witnesses, including two juveniles riding dirt bikes in the area, said Fritz. They’re looking to talk to another witness in particular — an older man, described as being of “husky” build, with a long white beard and driv-

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Millersburg Lions will have food stand at Antique Fest The Millersburg Lions Club will be operating Bob’s Italian Sausage stand at the Holmes County Antique Festival this weekend. The menu consists of Italian sausage, steak sandwiches, hot dogs, fair-style fries, coffee, water, and varieties of pop. The main purpose of the Lions Club is to assist those in need with vision impairments and glasses, as well as other community needs. The Millersburg Lions

Club would like to thank all those who participated in its Reverse Raffle to help raise funds for the Food Booth at the new Holmes County Fairgrounds. The grand prize of $3,000 was split by the final four winners swith each receiving $750. Winners were Joe Arthur, Rob Clark, Georgie Cool an d Marcella Hawkins. Winners of $100 were: Killbuck VFW, Lindy Rogers, Randy Ramsey, Marcella Hawkins, Shir-

ley Robinson, Mike Taylor, Adam Campbell, Joseph Mast, Judy Clark, Ruben Beachy, Rusty Butler, Jeff Kinney, James Schaffer, Brad Schmucker, Mike Hummel, Jennifer Rittenour, Eric Tish, Dale Obringer, David Hoxworth. Deb Schaffer won the $400 Last Chance Drawing. The Biggest Loser $50 First Ticket went to Ted Kays.

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Marcella Hawkins was the 50/50 winner. Millersburg Lions say thanks to those winners who donated a portion back to the Millersburg Lions Club.

Berlin Lions will meet Public record on state Route 83 tonight; Troyer to speak Sheriff Mechanic Township. The Berlin Lions would like to thank Rod Mast, Dave Schlabach, Vaughn Troyer and Bruce Hummel for their donation of this year’s 4-H pig to the park development project. Sausage sandwiches made from the porker were sold during the German Village Appreciation Day festivities with the help of the Schlabach family and Mast. The Lions also thank Eli Hochstetler and the German Village merchants for the opportunity to set up the food stand during their day of celebration. The ambitious plans for the park will take collaboration by the whole community to achieve and the generos-

Sept. 24 — Holmes County Sheriff’s Office took a report of fraud on County Road 50 in Knox Township. Criminal damaging was reported on County Road 330 in Ripley Township. Sept. 25 — A report was taken of shooting property on Prairie Township Road ity of the above named 551. people is a great beginSept. 26 — Theft was ning. Anyone wishing to reported from a business see the initial park design on state Route 39 in Walplan can visit www.berlinnut Creek Township. Sept. 27 — A report Lions’ will meet at Berwas taken of assault that lin East of Chicago Pizza occurred at a business at 6 p.m. today (Thursday, non state Route 39 in Oct. 4.) Darrin Troyer Monroe Township. will be the speaker. AnySheriff’s Office received one interested in learning a report of property that more about the Lions is was shot at a residence invited to attend.


Fraud was reported at a residence on state Route 557 in Clark Township. Sept. 28 — Criminal damaging was reported on County Road 235 in Salt Creek Township. Criminal damaging was reported on County Road 292 in Hardy Township. Sept. 29 — A report was taken of fraud on Monroe Street in Nashville. Oct. 1 —Vandalism was reported on Killbuck Township Road 89.

Millersburg Police Sept. 29 — Millersburg Police Department responded to a report of vandalism that occurred at a residence on West Jackson Street.

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to his wife, are children Kyle Maxwell and Emily Maxwell, both of Shreve; his mother of Wooster; brothers Ron (Jan) Maxwell and Rick (Machelle) Maxwell, both of Wooster and Doug (Carla) Hawkins of Amherst; a sister, Tanya (John) Anderson of Wooster; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Thursday, Oct. 4, at 3 p.m. at Church of the Saviour, 480 Fry Road, Wooster, with the Rev. Dean Hammond officiating. Burial will be in Wooster Cemetery. The family will receive friends two hours before the services at the church. McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster, is assisting the family with arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the Mike Maxwell Family Benefit Fund, in care of any Commercial Savings Bank.

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dren; Jeremy Hughes of Columbus, Brett (Kate) Hughes of Los Angeles, Calif., Hilary (Brandon) Wallace, Tel (Sarah) Vaughn, Tacy (Patrick) Ranalli and Adam McFadden, all of Millersburg; a great grandson, Keegan Hughes, and a great-granddaughter, Kameron Ranalli, both of Columbus, along with a great-grandson, Parker, that’s on the way; brothers, Robert (Sue) McCune of Millersburg, and Richard (Linda) McCune of Glenmont; as well as many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his twin sister, Ester McCune Gerber; his parents; and in-laws. There were no services. Cremation has taken place. Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, assisted the family with arrangements. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Clark Community Church, in care of Jo Fox, 1817 State Route 83, Unit 301, Millersburg 44654.

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Lester C. McCune, 74, of Millersburg, passed away Tuesday morning, Sept. 25, 2012, at Majora Lane Care Center, Millersburg. He was born in Millersburg on March 3 0 , 1938, to Thomas and Myrtle (Craig) McCune, and married Harriett Parks on Sept. 15, 1956. She survives. He lived all of his life in Holmes County, and was one of the last graduating classes at Clark High School in 1956. Lester was a letter carrier for the Millersburg Post Office for 30 years, retiring in October of 1992. He also worked at several different parttime jobs. Surviving are daughters, Vickie McCune of Columbus, Valerie (Charles) McFadden and Tammy Miller, both of Millersburg; grandchil-


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Daniel S. Miller, 66, of Winesburg, died unexpectedly on Friday, Sept. 28, 2012, in the emergency room of Pomerene Hospital in Millersburg. He was born in Wayne County on Jan. 6, 1946, to the late Simon D. and Lovina L. (Wengerd) Miller and married Abbie J. Beechy on May 2, 1985. She survives. He was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Erma Miller of the home; brothers, Levi (Sally) Miller of Navarre, Henry (Fannie) Miller of Fredericksburg; Atlee (Amanda) Miller and Robert (Anna) Miller, both of Navarre. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his stepmother, Barbara (Hershberger) Miller; and a sister, Mary Miller. Funeral services were held on Monday, Oct. 1, at the Reuben B. Miller residence, 2196 U.S. Route 62, Winesburg, with Bishop John Alan Hershberger officiating. Burial was in the Hershberger Cemetery, Paint Township, Holmes County. Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton handled the arrangements.

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Obituaries Nancy Lloyd, 73 Nancy Marie (Salzman) Lloyd, 73, Chippewa Lake, passed away Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012, following an extended illness. S h e was born June 18, 1939, in Millersburg to the late Elwood Salzman and Anna L. (Miller) Fi s h b u r n . She was a 1957 graduate of Shreve High School and had lived in Shreve most of her life until making her home in Chippewa Lake with her husband Roland Lloyd in 1988. She dedicated her life to v o l u n t e e ri s m a n d p a r t i c i p ation in her community. Among her many activities she was involved in leadership in her Shreve School class of 1957, was a faithful crossing guard for Shreve Elementary School, served as an EMT with Shreve Emergency Squad, was a member of Shreve American Legion Auxiliary, Chippewa Lake Lions Club and Chippewa Lake Fire Dept. and was a 30-plus-year volunteer for Triway Schools, having coordinating ushers for the Wayne County Fair. She will be greatly missed by her husband,

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Roland Lloyd of Chippewa Lake; her sons, Shawn (Loretta) Murphy of Fresno and Shannon (Nicole) Murphy of Wadsworth; stepchildren Tammy (Brian) Starkey and Tina (Randy) Jarvis both of Creston and Todd (Julie) Lloyd of Alpharetta, Ga.; grandchildren Kayla, Valerie, Quinn, Abby, Joshua, Tommy, Dustin, Kolt and Ethan; her brother, Michael Fishburn of Long Island, N.Y.; sister Cynthia Schneider of Wooster; stepmother Ruby Salzman of Wooster; and a stepsister Janet Cartwright of Wooster. She was preceded in death by her father,Elwood Salzman, her mother and stepfather, Anna and Fletcher Fishburn, and a step-sister, Patsy Tate. Services were Monday, Oct. 1 at Murray Funeral Home in Creston with pastor Ray Aspinall officiating. Burial was in Sherwood Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to Chippewa Lake Lions Club, P.O. Box 71, Chippewa Lake 44215, or to the American Diabetes Assoc. The family wishes to thank the dedicated staff of Samaritan Care Center in Medina and Cros sroads Hospice of Northeast Ohio.



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He is survived by two daughters, Danielle Markley (J.J. Hoxworth) of Millersburg, and Hope (Tony) Rodi of Watertown, Wis.; his mother of Millersburg; five grandchildren, Justin Markley, Abbie Hoxworth, Aiden Hoxworth, Allissa Rodi and Nickolas Rodi; a sister and brother-in-law, Lana and Ron Vizzo of Wooster; brother Tom Mendenhall and his fiance, Sara Gallwitz of Shreve; Jim and Dianne Leksan of Los Osos, Calif.; a niece, Wendy (Ken) Liebhart and family; a nephew, Ken (Kim) Vizzo and family; and aunts, uncle and many cousins. Ron was preceded in death by his father, Harold, paternal grandparents Hobart and Leota Mendenhall, maternal grandparents Wesley and Carrie Arman and several aunts and uncles.

Joanna Miller, infant Joanna Sue Miller, 6-month-old daughter of Robert P. and Fannie H. (Miller) Miller of 3269 Township Road 406, Millersburg, died Friday, Sept. 28, 2012, at her residence following a short illness. She was born March 22, 2012, in Mount Eaton, and her parents are members of the Old Order Amish Church. In addition to her parents, she is survived by her brother, Brian Lee Miller, and two sisters, Lorene Miller and Amy Ruth Miller, all of the home; her grandparents, Paul and Emma Miller and Henry and Iva Miller

of Millersburg, greatgrandparents, Mrs. Mary Miller of Millersburg, Eli and Mattie Miller of Millersburg and Joe and Sue Yoder of Baltic; and many aunts and uncles. She was preceded in death by her great-grandparents, Henry Miller, and Elias and Mattie Raber. Services were held on Monday, Oct. 1, 2012, at the Miller residence, with Bishop Henry D. Miller officiating. Burial was in the Miller Cemetery in Walnut Creek Township, Holmes County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek.

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Ronald L. Mendenhall, 59, of Millersburg, went home to Heaven, Tuesday Sept. 25, 2012, at Pomerene Hospital in Millersburg. He was born Aug. 28, 1953, to Harold and Elizabeth Mendenhall in Lodi. He attended Northwestern High School, the Wayne County Career Center and trade school in Arizona. He took Bible courses and studied the Bible and was a member of the Valley View Baptist Church in Newcomerstown. He also enjoyed antiques and flea markets. He lived in the Southwestern U.S. for several years and visited many states.

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Brubaker of Mesa, Ariz., Larry (Rose) Brubaker of Hillsboro, Lynne (Art) Riggenbach of Wooster, Kelly Brubaker of Alaska and Kristi (Ralph) Gill of Wooster; 19 grandchildren; 41 greatgrandchildren; brothers Ike Mosier of Lakeville and Pat (Carolyn) Mosier of Killbuck; and a sister Ginny Hitchcock of Wooster. She was preceded in death by her parents, a son, Kenneth Brubaker in 1973, and six brothers and two sisters. Services were held at McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster, on Saturday, Sept. 29 with the Rev. O. J. Thompson officiating. Burial was at the Smithville Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Hospice & Pallative Care of Greater Wayne County, 2525 Orrville Road., Wooster 44691.


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Obituaries Jesse Moore, 90 Jesse H. Moore, 90, of Wooster, died Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012, at Wayne County Care Center. Memorial services in honor of both Jesse and his wife, June, will be S a t u r d a y, Oct. 6 at 11 a.m. at Trinity United Church of Christ in Wooster, with pastor Kevan Franklin officiating. Burial will be in Sherwood Memorial Gardens. Friends may call one hour prior to the services. Online tributes may be made at Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691; or National Parkinson Foundation, Gift Processing Center, P.O. Box 5018, Hagerstown, Md. 21741-5018.

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Jesse was born May 28, 1922, in Wooster to Clarence and Marjorie {Phillips} Moore, and married June Uher on April 15, 1945. She passed away Jan. 3, 2012. She graduated from The Ohio State University and had worked at the Research Center. He was owner of Moore’s Greenhouse, Shreve. He was a member of Trinity United Church of Christ and Shreve Lions Club for 50 years. He enjoyed playing golf, bridge, square dancing, and family activities. He served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II from 1941-45 as a B-21 co-pilot. He will be deeply missed by children, Larry (Sheryl) Moore of Colorado, Cynthia (Gary) Neil of Shreve, Greg (Terry) Moore of Big Prairie and Joyce (Jim) Boardman of New York; 13 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and a brother, Donald (JoAnn) Moore of Florida.

Chloe Williams, 93 Chloe Sue Williams, 93, of Wooster and formerly of Knoxville, Tenn., passed away Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012 at Majora Lane Nursing Home in Millersburg. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012 at the Moreland United Methodist Church with Rev. Tom Fish officiating. Burial of the cremains will be in Maynardsville Cemetery, Maynardsville, Tenn. Schlabach Funeral Home in Shreve is handling arrangements. The family suggests memorial contributions may be made to the Moreland United Methodist Church, 138 East Moreland Road,

Wooster, OH 44691. She was born Nov. 18, 1918 in Hazard, Ky., to Kendrick and Lucy (Moore) Messer and married Rev. A.D. Williams. He preceded her Feb. 5, 1973. She was a member of the Moreland United Methodist Church. Surviving are a daughter Judy (Jim) Stidham, of Wooster, a grandson Jeff (Dee) Stidham, of Shreve, and three great-grandchildren, Courtney, Elana, and Gunnar Stidham. She was preceded in death in addition to her husband by three sisters, Kathleen Hayes, Pauline Neace, and Nora Gross, and a brother James Messer.

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Margie Mackey, 85 Margie J. Mackey, age 85, of Welcome, passed away Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012, at Pomerene Hospital, Millersburg. Funeral services were held Oct. 3 at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, with the Rev. Richard Trumbo officiating. every student can relate to: Food. Burial will be at Killbuck Cemetery, Killbuck. every student can relate to: Food. The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne (Holmes) County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster.

She was born Oct. 14, 1926, in Holmes County and was the daughter of Todd B. and Bessie (Lepley) Miller. On Dec. 23, 1947, she married John C. Mackey, and he preceded her in death Jan. 9, 2008. Margie was a graduate of Killbuck High School. She was a homemaker and a member of Welcome Church of Christ. She is survived by six nieces and nephews. Margie was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; two brothers, Hillis and Dick Miller; one sister, Eileen Ling, and a niece, Judy Miller.

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John Martin Berner, 88, of Dover, joined the Lord and Savior on Monday afternoon, Sept. 10, 2012, after a long illness. He was in the care of Community Hospice of Tu s c a r a was, Stark and Carroll Counties. John was born June 22, 1924, in Millersburg, to the late Paul and Anna (Heinbuch) Berner, and spent his childhood working and playing on the family farm with his eight brothers and sisters, here named with their spouses: Henry and Eva Berner, George and Juanita Berner, Mary Berner, Paul and Betty Berner, Dorothy (Berner) and Dean Close, Clara (Berner) and Eugene Casey, Karl and Eileen Berner, and Bill Berner. John recently celebrated his 63rd wedding anniversary with his beloved bride, Adrienne May (Quillin), originally of Killbuck, on Aug. 28, 2012. They were married in 1949. John graduated from Millersburg High School in 1943 and immediately enlisted in the U.S. Navy to serve in World War II as motor mechanist’s mate second class (T) USNR. He was honorably discharged in 1946 after receiving the Victory Medal and the American Area Campaign Medal, and went on to begin his career in the trucking industry. Starting with only one truck hauling coal, he eventually founded and was the owner/operator of Berner Trucking, Inc. With the help of James Knisely, and John’s high standards and hard work, the company expanded into hauling hazardous waste, and operations eventually spread into the Toledo and Detroit areas, as well as Charlotte, N.C. His business was a large part of his life, but by no means defined him. John Berner was known as an avid hunter, fisherman and all-around outdoors man. He was an exceptionally devoted husband, an outstandingly supportive father and an actively present grandfather. Anyone who knew John knew he could and would fix anything, and that he was tremendously generous with his time and resources. It was a pleasure to be in his company with

his relentlessly humorous personality; “Always up for a joke,” some would say. John was a committed Dover Tornadoes and Ohio State football fan, rarely missing a game in his earlier years. Additionally, he was a charitable supporter of Union Hospital, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, Dover Tornado Athletics Club, Dover’s First United Methodist Church, The Salvation Army and the Dover High School band.   Surviving in addition to his loving wife, Adrienne, are a brother, George, and a sister, Dorothy. His family has grown exponentially from the birth of his three daughters and seven grandchildren, to the arrival of nine great-grandchildren. He is survived by Dean and Teresa (daughter) Peeler and their youngest son, Greg. Mark Peeler, their oldest son predeceased John. Also predeceased, daughter, Cindy Knisely, mother (fathered by James) to Abigail McAbier and Blake and Charlotte Knisely. Blake and Charlotte blessed John with three great-grandchildren, Cadence, Charles and Annabeth. Also survived by John and Marsha (daughter) Antonucci and their three daughters listed with families, Curt and Jessica McCamon, parents of John, Caylah and Joseph, Jason and Stacey Edwards, parents of Jason Jr. and Owen, and Matt and Lauren Pannunzio, parents of Matt Jr. Also John is survived by beloved son-in-law and president of Berner Trucking, Inc., James Knisely and wife, Debbie. John will be greatly missed by all. Services were held at NewPointe Community Church, 3950 State Route 39, NW, Dover, on Friday, Sept. 14. John was laid to rest in Dover Burial Park with military rites. Services were entrusted to Toland-Herzig Funeral Home & Crematory in Dover. The family asks that memorial donations please be made to Community Hospice, 716 Commercial Ave., SW, New Philadelphia 44663, in recognition of their tremendous help, service and loving care of John during his last days.  “ ... But He bids me go; through the voice of woe, His voice to me is calling ... ” — from one of John’s favorite hymns, He Walks With Me (In The Garden).

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A letter to my lovely wife

I thought I’d share this little piece of personal mail I send to my wife every year about this time. I would deliver it to her in person, but I rarely see her as it is. Dear Mrs. Lynch, It is that time of year again when I will be gone for longer periods of time than usual, traveling to more distant venues to follow our local sports heroes as they make their way along the tournament trail. That’s right, it’s tournament time again. And, while the fall sports tournament trail is not nearly as long and treacherous as the winter sports trek, it is a long and winding road that takes me all over the lovely rolling hills of southeast Ohio. It started last week with the Ohio Cardinal Conference golf tournament at Mohican Hills and last weekend in Ashland with the OCC tennis tournament. It will continue on through the next several weeks with potential for trips to Dayton (Wright State for volleyball), Canton for the football state finals, Columbus (cross country and soccer) and many other fun places in

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West Holmes’ Garrett Mackey eludes Orrville tackler Brandon Johnson near the goal line during last between, like Zanesville, Friday’s game Cambridge, Lancaster on the Red and Pickerington. Riders’ new Golf and cross counturf field. try tourneys continued It was the this week with sectional Knights who action, while the OCC did most of cross country runs next the running weekend after the Wayneon the fast Holmes Invite this weeksurface, rollend. ing to a 41-0 The league soccer tour- Ohio Cardinal naments start this week Conference and then the state tournawin. ments start for the booters Mike Schenk on the pitch in a week or photos/www. so. buydrphotos. Volleyball tournaments com will also be starting about the same time, often close enough to each other that I try to take in two events in one day. If all goes well, the tournaments will end the final weekend of November, with football’s finals taking place Dec. 1, finishing just in time for the basketball season to begin. I will be home long By KEVIN LYNCH enough to feed the dog on Staff Writer They may need new turf at Heartoccasion, exchange some small talk and catch up on land Field in Orrville after West Holour favorite TV programs. mes churned up the new field Friday Thank goodness for that night. The Knights ran up and down DVR. See you in a few months. the field at will en route to a 41-0 Your loving husband, thumping of the Red Riders in Ohio Mr. Lynch Cardinal Conference football action Friday. Layne Perone rumbled for 85 So, there you go. Now, not only does my wife yards and four touchdowns to lead know where to find me. West Holmes (6-0, 3-0), which is off So do all my readers. See to its best start since 1999 when the you at a game somewhere Knights went 11-1. “The offensive line was unbelievalong the line. able. Sometimes it felt like I was untouched for 10 yards,” Perone said. “It was great blocking. We really got into them.” “They stacked the box on us, with 10 guys at the line and we were still effective with the run,” West HolI’ve got to get ready for mes coach Kevin Maltarich said. that. This was good prep- “That’s a credit to our offensive line. We wanted to come out and play aration.” Nelson was also named physical, be aggressive, and move the OCC Player of the Year football ... and we did. If we block hard, get good angles, and sustain for her efforts. Wooster coach Stan our blocks, good things are going to Burris and West Holmes’ happen.” Perone enjoyed playing on the turf. Jason Otto shared OCC “It made me feel fast,” he said. “I Coach of the Year honors. Lexington won all the could cut better and everything. I other division titles on its like it.” Orrville coach Doug Davault was way to the team champialmost apologetic for the showing of onship. Following the Knights his Red Riders (1-5, 0-3). “Right now, I’m embarrassed we’re (40) was Orrville (30.5). Ashland was fifth (28), putting this product out in front of followed by Madison our fans,” Davault said. “Orrville (13.5), Clear Fork (8) and people are passionate about what we do, and I want them to be ticked Mansfield Senior. “I thought Rachel hit about where we’re at. Normally very well,” Otto said. “It when I walk off, I have quite a few was good for her to play people telling me what an idiot I am. against someone who I didn’t get that tonight. I want our fans to stay passionate. That’s part See Pg. 32 — NELSON of what the Orrville system is for us.

Knights like Riders’ new turf

West Holmes routs Orrville 41-0 at Heartland Field

Nelson wins another OCC girls tennis title By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer Rachel Nelson claimed her third Ohio Cardinal Conference championship in four years by besting a foe with a familiar name. Nelson defeated Jillian Earnest of Lexington 6-1, 6-1 to take home the title from the younger sister of Courtney Earnest, whom Nelson beat in the state championship last season. Nelson’s title was the highlight of the day for the Knights, who finished third behind the Minutemen (65) and Wooster (45) Saturday at Brookside Park in Ashland. “That’s three out of my four years. That’s not bad,” Nelson said. “Sectionals start Monday, so

Brock Macaulay makes a onehanded grab of a pass to set up a score during the Knights’ 41-0 romp over the Red Riders. “We just struggle to do anything offensively and defensively,” he added. “We put ourselves in a hole and then we try to battle back.” The coach admits, they have been spoiled with an abundance of great athletes over the years. “The Mason Monheims and Chase Hooblers and Sam Millers, you go back through the list for the last six, seven years, we’ve always had somebody take charge and make a play,” Davault said. “Right now, we’re not. But like I said, I’m taking responsibility for where we’re at. I’ve got to do a better job getting these guys ready.” Garrett Mackey (73 yards on 10 carries) got the assault started, breaking loose on a 34-yard run to

set up his 12-yard scoring run. Logan Gallion’s conversion kick was blocked and the Knights led 6-0 at 7:25 of the first quarter. Luke Ogi returned an Orrville punt to near midfield, from where the Knights went on an 11-play drive that was helped by a pass interference call that resulted in a Perone 1-yard touchdown plunge on the first play of the second quarter. “We had them in a third-and-long, and got that interference call, and we didn’t respond well after that,” Davault said. “Those big plays have been plaguing us all year defensively. We do OK, do OK, do OK and then something happens, whether it’s a big run, a big pass or a penalty, and we don’t respond. That’s something we’ve got to try and come up with.” The Knights dipped into their bag of tricks on the conversion. Holder Brady Arnold took the snap and threw a pass to Josh Neer for the two-point conversion and a 14-0. The Riders fumbled the first play of the ensuing drive. It took the Knights eight plays to go 53 yards, with Perone capping off the drive with another 1-yard plunge. Gallion’s kick made it 21-0 West Holmes with 9:30 to play in the second quarter. Following an Orrville punt, the Knights took over at their own 17 and put together a 10-play drive that stalled at the Orrville 32. Defensive end Brock Macaulay drilled quarterback Kyle Lichti, forcing another fumble, which Keaton Leppla recovered. Two plays later, Perone went 14 yards untouched into the end zone for a 28-0 lead at the half. “After it got to 28-0, our offense is in such a funk right now, it’s really a struggle to get some plays off,” Davault said. “And with the amount of mistakes we made, it looks as though we don’t practice much during the week. But I assure you, we do, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The penalties, the See Pg. 32 — KNIGHTS LIKE

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Hawks no match for Pirates’ power By KEVIN LYNCH Staffs Writer Hiland’s dink, pass and dash style of play was no match for the pound and bash technique employed by visiting Garaway, as the Pirates sailed away with a 25-13, 25-9, 25-20 Inter-Valley Conference victory over the Hawks on Monday night in the Perry Reese Jr. Community Center. Garaway got on a pair of big runs in the first game, turning a 7-6 advantage into a 13-6 lead, and then the Pirates pounded their way to a 20-10 lead before putting the game away. The second game went much like the first with the visitors pulling out to a 12-4 lead before pouring it on and cruising to their eighth win against three defeats in the IVC (9-8 overall). Hiland (4-13, 2-9) couldn’t get anything going, even against its neighborhood rival. “When we have the intensity which we played with in the third game, you can see they play a lot better,” Hiland coach

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Becky Mitchell said. “For some reason, they came out flat. I don’t know why. “It’s more frustrating, because I know the talent these girls have, and I just can’t seem to pull it out of them every game. It comes here and there, but it doesn’t stay.” Hiland’s skills came to the front in the third game, as the Hawks rallied from a 10-8 deficit to take a 12-10 lead as Kelsey Mast served up an ace and Charity Mishler banged home two of her team-high six kills. Garaway, using its superior size up front, battled back to take a 15-13 lead, only to see Hiland go ahead 19-16 as Mishler and Dana Rausch (five kills) connected on kills. The Pirates, who were paced at the net by Hannah Foster and Karissa Swihart’s 11 kills apiece, rallied back to tie the game at 19. Hiland went up 20-19, but the Pirates scored the final six points to end the evening in three games. “With all the fans that were here and the huge

strokes the ball really well.” “Coming in we were 4-3 at first doubles,” Otto added. “We ended up third; I’m happy with that. “Our second doubles, which were fourth or fifth seed ended up third and competed really well today.” West Holmes’ first doubles tandem of Chelsea Black and Hannah Frank took third, topping Ashland’s duo 8-3. Hogle finished third at second singles for the Knights, cruising to an 8-0 win in the finals match against Anna Miller of Ashland. Mike Schenk photo/

Hiland’s Kelsey Mast tips a shot over Garaway’s Lexi Beachy during Monday’s Inter-Valley Conference match in Berlin. The Hawks fell to the Pirates in three sets. student section, I definitely expected more intensity out of the girls,” Mitchell said. “I just don’t know where it was tonight.” Garaway coach Deb Swihart said she was surprised by the relative ease with which the Pirates handled the Hawks. “We have a little more size and a little more

power,” Swihart said. “Hiland is a very scrappy team. They always give us a good game. The last time we played them, all three games were twopoint games. That is what we expected from them tonight.” Courtney Putt and Kaley Walter each added six kills for the winners. Swihart had three blocks,

three aces and eight digs to go along with her 11 kills in leading the Garaway attack at the net. Brittany Keim served up two aces to lead Hiland’s attack from the service line. Rausch doled out six assists and Keim added four. Natasha Yoder and Kelsey Mast combined for 24 digs.

Ron Rush inducted into Bay Village Hall of Fame Former Holmes County sports great Ron Rush was inducted into the Bay High School Athletic Hall of Fame on Sept. 1. Rush is a 1955 graduate of the old Big PrairieLakeville High School, which merged into West Holmes, and he’s a 1959

graduate of Ashland College. While at BP-L, Rush was a baseball and basketball standout. He went on to letter in basketball at Ashland before going on to a successful coaching and administration career at Bay Village from 1965-91.


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Wide receivers just keep on growing. Ten years ago, only 11 starting wideouts in the NFL were at least 6’3”. The only one taller was Plaxico Burress, at 6’5”, who entered the league in 2000. But in 2011, 20 starting wide receivers were at least 6’3”, including four who were 6’4” and six who were 6’5”. That included Detroit Lions All-Pro Calvin Johnson -- 6’5”, 235 pounds, with an 82 inch wingspan and a 45 inch vertical leap, who also just happens to run the 40 yard dash in 4.35 seconds. The science of pitching - and of preventing arm injuries - is growing ever more sophisticated. One key indicator is the position of a pitcher’s throwing arm when his front food hits the ground. Doctors have determined that at that moment of landing, the arm should form an L position, with a 90 degree angle between the triceps and the rib cage, while the hand should be slightly forward at about 55 degrees. Otherwise, additional stress is placed on the shoulder and elbow. These days, some teams put their pitchers through more than 40 measurements of their delivery to minimize the chance of injury. Instant replay is now so common in sports that we don’t even think about it. But when did the first use of instant replay occur? It was December 7, 1963, during the CBS broadcast of the annual Army-Navy football game. West point quarterback Rollie Stichweh ran for a touchdown, and the network showed it again using the new technology. The CBS switchboard was quickly flooded with calls from viewers wondering how Stichweh chould have scored twice in a row on the exact same play.

R u s h was the varsity baseball coach at Bay Village from 1965-75, during Ron Rush w h i c h time his teams won six Southwestern Conference championships. He was the school’s first full-time athletic director and held that position from 1972-

91, during which time the sports programs there grew from eight teams to 20 teams. He also introduced girls athletics at the high school after the passage of Title IX in 1972, and brought middle school athletics to the district. Bay Village varsity teams won five state titles during his tenure as athletic director and captured 27 district titles. Rush’s wife, Patty, passed away seven years

ago and he still lives in Bay Village. The couple’s three daughters, Beth Adams, Mindy Rush and Robin Rush, live in the Cleveland area. Ron’s brother, Tom Rush, (BPL class of 1962) is also in the Holmes County Hall of Fame and lives in Mansfield. Sister, Barbara Rush Boals, resides in Lakeville and has two sons, Jim and Tim Boals, and four grandchildren and a great-grandchild.

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West Holmes’ Rachel Nelson took home the third Ohio Cardinal Conference crown of her career Saturday, beating Lexington’s Courtney Earnest 6-1, 6-1 at first singles.

Knights like (Continued From Page 31) turnovers, it’s something we’ve got to continue to work. It’s hard for us to run our offense when we’re going backwards.” West Holmes took the second half kickoff and marched 56 yards in seven plays, Perone going the final 8 yards for the score and a 35-0 lead. The Riders answered with a drive of their own, keyed by a couple big runs by Martavious Dyson (11 carries for 85 yards). But the defense of the Knights stiffened, holding the Riders on fourth-and-goal. “We wanted that shutout. They challenged us, but we had our backs against the wall and our kids responded,” Maltarich said. “I was

really excited to see that.” West Holmes’ defense was led by sophomore linebacker Luke Ogi, who was filling in for the injured Perone. He made 12 tackles and was all over the field. “Ogi’s been doing an outstanding job stepping in and playing for me on defense,” Perone said. “He’s made the move from strong safety to linebacker. He’s doing a great job, making lots of big plays for us.” The coach agreed. “Luke’s a young pup who can hit up in there as good as anybody,” Maltarich said. “He’s 190 pounds and one of our fastest backs. He’s going to be something down the road.” The teams exchanged punts. But it was the next punt by the Red Riders

that led to the Knights’ final score, as Brady Arnold fielded the kick, sidestepped a pair of Orrville defenders, then raced 66 yards for the game’s final score. “Brady Arnold is a special player. Anytime the ball is in his hands, something can happen,” Maltarich said. Maltarich was pleased with his team’s performance overall, as the Knights improved to 6-0 on the season for the first time since 1999. “Any time you can come to Orrville and get a win, it’s a good feeling,” Maltarich said. “I just wanted our kids to come here and have a solid game, and we came away with one.” Orrville lost its fifth straight game, dropping to 1-5.

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LEGAL COUNTY: HOLMES The following applications and/or verified complaints were received, and the following draft, proposed and final actions were issued, by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) last week. The complete public notice including additional instructions for submitting comments, requesting information or a public hearing, or filing an appeal may be obtained at: http:// or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216. Ph: 614-644-2129 email: FINAL ISSUANCE OF RENEWAL OF NPDES PERMIT HILLTOP GROUP HOME INC 8961 CO RD 393 M I L L E R S B U R G OH ACTION DATE : 11/01/2012 RECEIVING WATERS: SAPP'S RUN FACILITY DESCRIPTION: SEMI-PUBLIC IDENTIFICATION NO. : 3PR00448*BD This final action not preceded by proposed action and is appealable to ERAC. Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper October 4, 2012



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RABER'S BIKE SHOP now taking applications for a bike mechanic. Need a committed, mechanical minded individual with an avid interest in cycling. Prefer 18 yrs. or older, 10 mo. work available, 1st yr. followed by full-time work. Competitive wages & commitment. Call 330-674-3186 or apply in person. 6515 SR 241, Millersburg, OH. Will train. LOOKING FOR part-time employees to work with developmental disabilities in Millersburg. If interested contact Todd at 330-365- 7190. GENERAL LABORERS needed to conduct geophysical surveying. Job involves working outdoors while performing strenuous work. Requires a valid Ohio driver's license. Must be able to pass drug screen and background check. Job demands walking for long periods on uneven surfaces, and must be willing to work out of state at times. Hours are 40 to 60 hours a week. Health insurance paid, 401K. Apply in person M-F, 9a-4p at: Precision Geophysical 2695 SR 83 S Millersburg, Ohio 44654. DRIVER/ WORKER for concrete flatwork. No experience necessary. Good driving record. Call 330-472-9717. POWER WASHERS -Part time during week & part time weekend work. Valid drivers license a must. 330-852-7111. Experienced Horse Stall cleaners needed, this is a physically labor intense job. Those who are not hard workers, need not apply. Part time AM job. Call (330)674-2503 Leave message with horse experience description.

DRIVERS: HOME Every weekend and thru the week. Dedicated Account. $1,200.00 Orientation Completion, $1,000.00 Driver Referral Bonuses! CDL-A OTR Exp. Req. 1-888-335-9565. DRIVERS: Dedicated Account! $500 Sign-On Bonus! Top Pay, Benefits, Miles, Weekly Home-Time & More! Werner Enterprises: 1-888-567-3109 DRIVERS - Adding 2 more OTR drivers. Earn $1100/ weekly & be home weekends - It's true!! KTI- "A place of opportunity". Apply online at or Call 330-461-0459. .

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FOR SALE: NH L125 diesel skid l o a d e r , new foam-filled tires, 700-lb lift, works good to clean out small areas, 1400 hrs, $7500. 330-698-0151 x 4 Miller, 5344 TR 613, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

FOR SALE: Antique New Home treadle sewing machine in dark cabinet. (419) 706-4798.

FOR SALE: Pequea 125 manure spreader, PTO driven, with end gate & fines pan. Good cond. $3000. (330) 674-4123.

FOR SALE: Nice old quarter sawed bed made by Sam P. Schrock. Best offer. 330-897-6790


Appliances Electronics

FOR SALE. Maytag electric washer, $50. (330) 852-4013. FOR SALE: Brown 20" Magic Chef natural gas cook stove. Good condition, $75. 330-897-6790 BUSHNELL, no glow. Black LCD 2.4 viewing screen, 8 magapixel camera with extras, new. $230. 330-674-4587

9 1/2" x 11" Tractor Feed printer paper, 20# boxes, $100. each. (330) 893-4613.

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125 Medical / Healthcare EMT-BASIC: EMERGENCY Medical Technician-Basic position available at Auble EMS & Ambulance. Must have current EMT-Basic Certification. Competitive pay with benefits. Apply M-F, 9-5 at Auble Funeral Home, 512 E. Oak St., Orrville, OH 44667, or download application at Phone 330-682-2966. ASAP HOMECARE and Home Nurses, Inc. has several opportunities currently in the Wooster & Holmes County areas. We are an established and growing company looking for people who have a genuine heart for the people they care for. STNA or HHA positions available. Please contact Kristen at 330.334.7027 or email


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LOOKING TO provide child care in my home in Dundee area, experienced mother, call: 330-621-2748

FOR SALE. 6 ft double Dunham cultivator, good cond. $250. David H Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892. 6x12 UTILITY trailer with ramp gate, 1 year old, $825. Norman Beachy, 4120 TR 162, Sugarcreek, OH. 44681. Call 330-852-1303. 600 gal. Sunset bulk 330-893-1637 leave message


FORD 9N - Runs, fair condition. Asking $1500/obo. ALLIS CHALMER WC, runs good, new rear tires/rim, good cond, asking $2000/obo. Call (330)464-9465. JOHN DEERE two row chopper, 28 inch rows, $1750. 330-674-5904 800 gal. dairy cooled tank, works good. (330) 359-0752

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Side Slinger Manure Spreader, 1000 gal., 450 gal sunset bulk tank. (330) 674-7440 ext 1

SKIDDER TIRES, Firestone Forestry Special 23.1-26, about 60% tread in good cond, set of 4, $1,300 each. Rims also available. 330-852-4281. BOBCAT S150 skid loader for rent. $15./hr. or $60./day minimum. Call for attachments. (330) 674-1871.

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. Cat 988 Loader/6 yard tooth bucket-good running condition $16000 Call (330) 852-2466. 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


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FOR SALE OR LEASE: 5000-lb Toyota Forklift, 3 stage mast, side shifter, pneumatic tires & reg. gas, $4000/obo. (330) 698-1146. 10075473

SELLING FOUR wire corn cribs, 14 ft. diameter, varied conditions. Call 330852-2482 for more information.

2005 Bobcat S175 skid steer, 1200 hours, Kubota diesel, good condition, $15000. Jeff Miller 330-852-3029

30" electric stove, 330-600-0466 VM

HELP WANTED - Construction worker, must be 18 or older. Hiland Construction, (330) 231-1943 (Millersburg).

WANTED: SOMEONE to feed heifers during winter months. Emanuel H Hershberger, 7812 TR 611, Fredericksburg, 44627. (330) 674-4048, lv msg.

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needs work. Body rough, can be restored. $800. firm. (330) 893-2895.

BOYER'S NEW & used appliances: washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves & freezers. Starting at $100. and up. 740-294-5207.

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OLD ANTIQUE baby stroller, all metal frame with wood and metal sides, spoke wheels, seat on springs, $150. obo. Also 2 large copper kettles, approx. 40 gal., good cond., $330. each. (330) 893-4613

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DRIVER & WORKER needed for framing crew, Winesburg area. (330) 340-2192

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PORTABLE SAWMILL, asking $3500/obo. Can deliver within 20 mi.; RHODE ISLAND Red & Isa Brown laying hens, $3.00/ ea. 330-496-3143. NOTICE: TAKING orders for yellow

Drivers Trucking 1979 MERCURY Cougar, XR7, runs but FOR SALE: 6x40 Auger on wheels. Dan A delicious apples. Miller's Greenhouse,

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WANTED TO rent or lease, self-contained concession trailer with fryer and grill. Please call 419-651-2241. Leave a message.

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TWO TRACTOR wheels: 45" high. Good hard rubber tires, 6-holes weights. 330-893-3238 FOR SALE: New Idea #215 Manure spreader. PTO, single axle, reconditioned. $1500. (330) 893-2895. FOR SALE: 8 N Ford tractor for parts. $1200 OBO can be seen at 14596 TR 468 Lakeville, Ohio. 2006 CASE 410 skid loader with cab, heat, 600 hrs, $20,000; Also, John Deere 2550 with ROPS, good cond, good rubber, $10,000/firm. (740) 291-7019 For Sale: New Idea Corn pickers, model #323 and #310. 330-695-6793.


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FOR SALE: 16 wrapped first cutting hay bales for beef. from 2011. Call (330) 275-9066. 500 bushel certified organic wheat. 330-359-5647 or 330-317-4977 FOR SALE: 3rd cutting clover grass

(330) 359-5942.

FIRST CUTTING mixed horse hay, no rain. 37# bales. $6.75 /bale. Free delivery in Wayne, Holmes & Tuscarawas Co. (330) 472-2613. EXCELLENT HORSE hay, alfalfa with some grass, 2nd cutting, from Idaho, $400/ton.(330) 231-9608 Yellow Delicious Apples, $17.50 per bushel. Noah Yoder, 6928 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-1000. FOR SALE: 2nd cutting deer hay and, also 1st & 2nd cutting round bales. 330-359-5730 FOR SALE: Chopped wheat straw by the bale. Picked up (330)897-6006, ext. 2. 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. INCREDIBLE SWEET corn. Organically grown. $3.00 dozen. 330-567-2249 leave message. CUSTOM CORN chopping w/ 4wd JD self propelled chopper. W/ 4 row head and kernel processor. Can tow wagons or fill open tops to the side. Will also be doing earlage later on. 330-317-4977


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FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads avaliable. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462. Napoleon NZ 26 zero clearance wood burning fireplace insert/arched glass door-never used $2600. Call (330) 852-2466. FIREWOOD, KILN Dried, cut offs. 10 yd load $85 + delivery. Henry J. Miller. 330-852-3363. FOR SALE. Towable log splitter, $500. obo. (330) 567-3039. FOR SALE: Doriet woodburner, medium size, good cond. $700. (330) 567-3304 after 4pm. FOR SALE: Cut Up Seasoned Slabwood, $30 for a pick-up load, delivery avail. 330-439-8494 STOCK UP on firewood, slab bundles, split, seasoned. (330) 674-0646. FOR SALE: Seasoned split firewood, $40. pick up load. Also cut up slab wood, $30. pick up load. (330) 893-7611. WE TRADE firewood for junk. Deliveries available. 330-275-7980

FOR SALE: Good used hard coal stove. Farm Equipment alfalfa mix, no rain, 42 bales per ton. Hopper feed. $450. obo. (330) 852-2162, $425. per ton. Can deliver on Sat. de-

MUELLER 400-gal tank for maple s y r u p use, $800/obo. Eli A Miller, 2053 TR 112, Millersburg. (330) 674-6779. FORD 8N later model, 6 ft. blade, 13 hours on overhauled engine, many other new parts, runs and looks good, $2700. (330)674-9910

pending on location. (330) 567-9014.

2nd CUTTING soft grass hay, no rain, 37-lb. bales, $7.75. Free delivery in Holmes, Wayne & Tusc. Counties. (330) 472-2613. TAKING ORDERS for New York concord grape juice concentrate in 1 quart, 1 gallon or 5 gallon containers. (330) 852-2666.

FOR SALE: 20 HP Kawasaki power unit, belt tightener drive with 12 V hydraulics in good cond. (330) 698-0151 ext 4.

FOR SALE: Fresh cider - will do custom pressing. Edward M. Miller, 10878 Township Rd. 526 Shreve, OH 44676.

New Holland LS170 Skid steer. 2000 hours, good condition, $12,500 OBO . Jeff Miller 330-852-3029

FOR Sale: Grass fed beef, Jersey Holstein cross, Nelson Miller 1492 TR 414, Dundee. 330-359-5942

FOR RENT: Brush hog for skid loader, 6 ft, extreme duty. $100. per day. Baltic area. (330) 897-0152.

EAR CORN, 4 ton, $960. Two JD 14T square balers, 1 field ready, 1 parts. (330) 231-1725.

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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. 4822 TR 312, (Port Washington St) Mlsbrg. Oct 5-6, 8-5 New twin mattress, box springs, quilts, antique card table and 4 chairs, adult clothes, home decor, and lots of misc! 10010


195 Services JOHN DEERE 5220, very good condition, FIRST CUTTING mix, 6 round bales, for Kennel,decor,baby 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.

$10500; Bobcat 610, new paint, runs good, $4500; Antique box wagon, good shape, $600. 330-359-0270

FOR SALE: LISTER diesel for parts, single cylinder, 6-hp. (740) 623-0843 / VM

beef only. $38. each. (330) 852-3727 ext 2. LADY FINGER Popcorn for sale, locally grown - Call to order, James Schlabach, (330) 695-3747

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OCT. 11-13, 9-? 10581 Lower Trail, Dundee. Multi family. Something for everyone. Too much to list. Longaberger, scrapbooking, home decor & more.

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119 S Elm St, Orrville. Oct. 5-6th, 9-5. Multi-Family, futon, bookshelves, crafts, tools and lots more.

BREEDING AGE Swedish Red Holstein cross bulls and one Jersey bull. $750. each. (330) 852-0647.

FOR SALE: 2 yr. old Belgian Friesian Cross mare. Good, broke, good carriage horse. 330-893-3836

COVERING SALE: Most sizes, new, seconds for less, mini electric & sad irons, misc. cap making supplies, Garage Sale: Oct. 3, 4, 5 & 6. Andy & Lena Weaver, 7587 TR 652, Millersburg.

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: 8 years old Belgian gelding, kid broke, TSS. Andrew Yoder, 30936 CR 126, Fresno, OH 43824

GARAGE SALE. Oct. 5 & 6. Antique rocker, tool box, lawn mower, lawn cart, lots of hand & garden tools, iron kettle, crocks, glass jars & jugs & lots of misc. Aden Miller, 5805 TR 351, Millersburg. GARAGE SALE: Sat., Oct. 13, 15-20. 10800 Fryburg Rd., Fredericksburg at County Line Window. Decorative window houses, some shoes, clothes, lots of misc., Healthy Choice baked goods. Door and window sale. Creamsticks and free coffee Sat., Oct. 13. 3 FAM moving garage sale! Oct. 19-20 Fri-Sat, 9-5. Furn., baby items, yard tools, hshhld items, and much more! 4699 TR 312, Millersburg, OH 44654 HUGE GARAGE sale. Clothing, dishes, toys, electronics, tons misc. Oct. 12 & 13, 7:30 am-? 231 5th St SW, Sugarcreek. Take Main St, S on 5th St. HUGE GARAGE SALE on SR 83, 2 mi. N. of Holmesville, Oct. 4-5-6, 9am-5pm. Too much to list! Something for everyone!


YEARLING MORGAN filly. Weanling Morgan stud, sired by black Tuxedo by Armani. Sire of Dam Tug Hill Whammutlition. Eli Raber, (330) 897-0562 ext 3. 11 YR. old gelding big surrey horse. Sound but watches big trucks on narrow roads, $1000. Andy Raber, 10688 Hogback Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 3 YEAR old Conway Hall trotter. TSS. Broke, surrey horse, deluxe. Women can drive, $4000. 4 year old gelding TSS, broke, boys horse, $3200. 3 year old mare trotter, TSS, family horse, $2000. Jonas Hershberger, 7974 TR 654, Mbg., OH 44654 FOR SALE: 42" Jack Donkey and 2 Pygmy Bucks. Ph 330-674-0990 or cell 330-231-4788 9 YEARS old gelding, TSS, surrey size, $800. .9006 Salt Creek Rd, Fredericksburg. (330) 695-9841. FOR SALE: 8 years old Belgian gelding, upheaded and willing worker. Broke to all farm machinery. Robert Yoder, 8107 Hoy Rd, Fredericksburg. (330) 695-2168. 3 YEARS OLD bay mare Morgan saddle

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WEANLING PAINT ponies, 1 filly, 1 colt, filly is Homozygous. $150.-$225. JD Miller, (330) 852-4974.

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 trotting mare by International Chip, sire of dam Royal Prestege, broke for buggy, drives nice; 4 yr. old gelding, mostly trot, big enough for surrey; Also some other horses on hand. Loran Schlabach, (330) 852-3096. FOR SALE: California Valley Quail & Red Golden Pheasants. 330-897-4066. 9 YEARS old spotted draft cross mare, broke to work double and to ride, good worker. 8 yr old cross bred mare, broke single & double & to ride, good trail horse, bred to Friesian. (740) 545-5047. NUBIAN Goats for sale: spring kids, 4 nannies and 1 billy, Also 1 1/2 yr old Nubian billy. $100-$175 each. 330-473-9229 WANTED: Dutch cross, broke, fencible & sound with no vices. 802-272-5707 FOR SALE: 4 yr old black standard bred gelding. Surrey size. TSS. Women can drive. (330) 763-0937.

driver. $800. 330-279-2403.



Gray standard bred gelding, 4 yrs old, double gated, big enough for surrey, can also ride, $1400; Black and white paint yearling stud, halter broke, eligible to register, $500. Ivan D Miller, 330-674-4572 7 Katahdin ewes, due from now till end of October. 330-279-2909 FOR Sale: Golden Comet Pullets, starting to lay. (330) 852-2979 FOR SALE: Breeding age Jersey Bull, sure breeder, sired by Impulse. $600 Mahion Yoder 32151 CR 12 740-622-1386

SMALL BROWN pony mare, 7 years old, $250. Hackney mare, black, 3 white socks, 9 years old, $350. Both good brood mares. Phone (330) 674-0203. WANTED: SOMEONE to feed approx .15 heifers thru winter months. Winesburg area. (330) 359-1113. 6 yr. old black & white paint gelding, broke to ride & drive, tss, 36", $450. 330-674-0727 4 yr old trotter, TSS, surrey size, $2400; 7 yr old trotter, TSS, boys horse, $2700. Vernon Weaver, (330) 674-0073. 5 YR. old 15.1 HH gelding trotter. Has papers by Rich Boy ISS Broke to The T. Call after 4 pm. David Yoder, 8077 Buss Rd., Apple Creek, Ohio 44606 POLY-PAY Ram lambs from this spring. Full blood. $125-$225. each. (330) 695-2042. FOR SALE: 6 yr. old standard bred mare, sire-Cam's Magic Trick, dam-Bit of Falcon, would make a good brood mare, driveable. (330) 695-2253 ext. 1. 4 YEARS old standardbred Dutch cross, well broke, women can drive, TSS, bay, $1675. Call (330) 893-2050.

A PAIR of Halfflingers, broke, and harnesses, pair of pony harnesses. 330-897-5700 x 1

2 Morgan yearling stallions. 1 chestnut and 1 black, 330-600-0466 VM

Also 4 bred Jersey heifers, short bred, $700 each. 330-231-6446

FOR SALE: 13 Golden Comet hens, still lay, $3 each. 330-473-5127

5 yr old gelding, double gated, well broke, boys horse, good traveler, Joseph A. Schlabach. 1135 TR 660 Dundee, OH 44624. 330-359-6134.

DUTCH CROSSBRED 6 yr old Majesteit gelding, black, 3 whites, traffic safe for women. Also 7 yr old Dutch crossbred, excellent. boys horse. Dan at Gingerich Tractor,6128 SR 39, Millersburg. Days, 330-674-0456. Eves, 330-674-5324.

7 YR old double gated gelding, TSS, stands to hitch, good horse for older people. $1500 Steven Yoder 330-3595601 x 2.

HOLSTEIN BULL for sale or rent. Sired by Million. Mark Keim, 10001 Winesburg Rd, Dundee, 44624. 330-359-6345 ext 1.

FOR SALE: 3 yr old BIG strong standardbred gelding, all trot, good family horse. Also, 4 yr. old trotting bred mare - Both TSS. John D. Miller, 1198 TR 169, Sugarcreek. (330) 852-2162 / VM

FOR SALE: 9 weeks old, Pigmy goats, 2 Billys. 330-893-3087 ext. 1.

4 YR. old black gelding. 95% trot, been in buggy 9 months, $2000 OBO. 330-852-3625

FOR SALE: 10 yr old bay standard bred mare, double gated, TSS, $750. 2 wk trial. Paul Miller. 330-695-2044.

FOR SALE: 3 yr. old black standardbred gelding, tss, surrey size (out of Crown Can.), ready for miles, $4000. (740) 623-0843 / VM

13 YEARS OLD big strong standard bred mare, well broke, TSS. Women safe. $1050. (330) 359-5936.

4 YEARS old geld N Aboriginal, TSS, buggy broke. Some women can drive, double gaited, $1100. Also 3 years old CamLuck Direct Scooter geld, TSS, all trot, sharp boys horse. Milan Yoder, (330) 852-4704

WANTED: PONY. (Preferably miniature horse). Can be young unbroken. 419-632-4339, lv msg.

2 Young Boar Nanny goats, $135 each. 4 laying hens, Rooster, and 3 pullets, $1.50 each. 330-231-2212.

2 POLY PAY ram lambs, $100. each. or will trade 1 ram for another ram. Need new bloodline. (330) 852-4642

8 YR. OLD standard bred mare, tss, willing traveler, $2000. Aaron Chupp, 4752 TR 369, Millersburg, 330-473-8275

16 MO. old Jersey bull ot of Kasak herd. $800. John Miller 8995 TR 609 Fredericksburg, OH.

FOR SALE: 3-1/2 mo. old Katadin dorper cross lambs, good breeding stock; Also, old style hay forks. Marvin J. Yoder, 6833 Salt Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, Oh 44627.

For Sale: 12 yr old miniature Horse broke to ride and drive; Also Mini stud donkey broke to drive. Noah Mast 10341 S. Apple Creek Rd. Fredericksburg, 44627.

7 beef to choose from, weighing approx. 900-1100 lbs, on organic pasture and non medicated grain. Dale Schlabach. (330) 852-4283, VM

HEAVY DUTY easy entry mini pony cart with shafts, tongue and 2 mini bio harnesses, like new. $675. for all. (330) 893-1519. 10 YR old standardbred gelding, safe for anyone to drive. $250. Wanted: Leopard Appaloosa pony. Marion Schrock, 7470 CR 77, MIllersburg, (330) 674-3027. CUSTOM SADDLES new & used, made in USA. Cowboy & barrel. Starting at $450. Call 330-231-7500

3 YR. OLD 52" black & white pony gelding, good broke to drive and ride, $500/obo. (330) 893-3259 FOR SALE: 12 yr. old big surrey size gelding. Safe for Grandma, 14450-A Durstine Rd., Dundee, OH 44624 For Sale: Alpine Milk Goat, fresh two months. Leroy Yoder. (330) 852-2325 3 YR. OLD percheon gelding, willing worker. Mike Kurtz, 8551 Harrison Rd., Fredericksburg. 330-695-2174 3 yr old mare, by son of Super Ben Joe, strip and two whites, all trot, a boys horse dream. 2 week trial. Marcus Mullet, (330) 852-2826. FOR SALE: Golden Comet Pullets, 17 weeks old, $8.50 each. Joas Hershberger, 3586 TR 124, Millersburg. 330-893-4081, VM. 8 YEAR old Paint pony, 42". Broke to ride & drive. 6 year old can drive, $300. 330-893-3649 WANTED: Friesian cross, broke, sensible & sound with no vices. 802-272-5707 WANTED TO buy: All types of horses & ponies, sound or unsound. J & S Horse Farm, 13914 Mt Eaton Rd, Doylestown, 44230. Call or write. (330) 715-0363.

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FOR SALE: 10 years old Imported Dutch stallion, black with 4 whites & blaze, great family horse. Women can drive. Also rides. Very well mannered, TSS. $10,000. (330) 546-4719.

STOCK DOG puppies. Father: Blue Heeler/ Border Collie cross; Mother: Red Heeler/ Australian Shepherd cross. Parents are good with cattle. Also good watch dogs & great with our children. Puppies are very cute & nicely marked. $95. each. Matthew Weaver, 10174 CR 1, Shreve.. OH (330) 567-2134. AKC yellow lab male, 2 yrs old, $100. 330-600-0466 VM FOR SALE: 4 yr. old black/white paint crossbred mare, broke to ride & drive, tss, single and double. $900 (740) 623-0843 / VM RIDING HORSE and Pony Auction Sat. October 6. Consigned are good broke Quarter Horse trail horses, a team of Haflinger mares, Paint stallion, Miniature horses, good broke ponies and more. Taking consignments through sale day of horses and tack. Will have new and used tack, wagons, saddles, harness, carts and all kinds of horse related items. STANDARD BRED AUCTION Fri Oct. 12. Tack 5:30 PM followed by horses. Early consignments include 10 yr old Art's Place, Abercrombie mare. Her yearling colt sold for $26000.00, 3 yr old trotter gelding by Master Glide, Superman, 3 yr old trotter gelding by Coventry, Mr. Lavec, Dream of Glory, Expecting good local horses and loads of out of state horses. Smokey Lane Stables Inc. 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek OH 44681 330-852-2237. Auctioneer Myron Miller. FOR SALE: 11 Suefolk wool sheep. 330-893-2776

LARGE USED Fairview pony wagon, air tires, good cond., $750. Large Bio pony harness, $95. Daniel Weaver, 10174 CR 1, Shreve. (330) 567-2134. FOR SALE: FIBERGLASS Hay & grain feeders for sheep, cows & horses. Also fiberglass gates 4' thru 16' in stock. Fiberglass round pen for rent or 4-sale. Write for pricing. Oak Hill Fiberglass, 5864 CR 59, Mbg., OH 44654 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 11 yr old standard bred gelding, surrey horse, been in buggy for 5 yrs, $1400 8170 TR 662 Dundee. (330) 592-4199. 5 KATAHDIN ram lambs. Born April. Footrot free. $185. David D Miller, 6888 CR 77, Millersburg, OH 44654 FEMALE DONKEY, 3 years old, gentle. $275. 1356 CR 200, Dundee, 44624. (330) 317-1661 FOUR HOLSTEIN steers approx. 700 lbs ea, $700 ea or $2750 for all. 7680 TR 334. Mlbg. 330-600-1459. FOR SALE: 5 year old Paint gelding. Good broke, ride, drive, good on trails. TSS. 330-893-0026 OLDER STANDARD bred gelding, TSS, safe for older people, $400. 330-472-2613 4 YR. OLD standardbred mare, sire Taglibue, Dam - SJs Photo, drives with tight lines, $1800. (330) 600-1762 VM 8 Holstein steers, weight approx 400-500 lbs. Big Prairie, OH Call 330-465-0233. SURREY HORSE gelding: 15 yr. old. Has a few good yrs. left. Steven Yoder, 12303 Dover Rd., Apple Creek 330-857-0404 $850 OBO. FOR SALE: 8 yr. solid paint bred mare. Broke to ride, $500 obo. 330-279-9290 ext. 3.

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6 YEAR OLD trotting mare, TSS, safe for women. Stands to hitch and at stop signs. $1600. Delbert Erb. (330) 600-1568, voice mail. 9 YEAR old gelding, buggy size, TSS. Good horse for women, children & older people. $2000. 1356 CR 200, Dundee, 44624. (330) 317-1661. 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. 5 MONTH old Donkey Jack for sale. Likes children. $150. 330-231-0282 FOR SALE: 8 year old bay standard bred gelding. Surrey size, needs work, $1800 Jonas Troyer, 8862 TR 559, Millersburg, OH WEANLING BAY filly, by Royal Strength, Dam by Pine Chip. Should get big. $1000. obo. Also yearling bay morgan filly, registered, $850. (330) 279-2070. FOR SALE: Belgium 2 & 4 yr old Mares, broke. Also 4 yr old gelding, broke. 330-674-1694 x 1 FOR SALE: 3 years old back & white mare, 42" tall. 330-473-8336. 4 YEARS old bay standard bred gelding, TSS, 100% trot, 15.3 hands, stands to hitch, women can drive. Price reduced $2450. Joseph E Yoder, 46955 TR 221, Millersburg 44654. (740) 622-1610 x 2. 4 yr old gelding, TSS, pacing bred trotter. Lonnie Schlabach, 330-852-4283. 9 yr old black Dutch Percheron cross mare. out of solist, TSS, Drives with snap, nice brood mare. 330-674-4997 3 YEAR old gelding, black, 16H, TSS. Fresh. David Miller, 4691 TR 613, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. BLACK BREEDING Stock Bulls; Purebred Gelbvieh and Balancers out of Al Sires with Excellent EPD's for more information call: 330-567-9232 or 330-231-0339. 12 mo. old Registered Jersey bull breeding stock $700; 8 wk old assorted pullets/roosters. BL Austrolocp, Rhode Island, Barred Rock, Silver Wyandotts, Americana, Light Brahma $5 each. Call (330) 852-2466. 4 yr old standard bred gelding, family horse, TSS, surrey size, $2500; 9 yr old standard bred mare, boys horse, TSS, needs work, $1400. Willis Yoder, 5189 CR 19, Millersburg, 330-893-1973 x 2 FOR SALE: 2 Fiberglass headlocks for sheep or goat, 18 head, $150. 330-897-2373 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 (8) PYGMY Billie goats, $60/each. (330) 893-3259 BIG REGISTERED. Belgian mare, green broke, 4 years old. Also registered Tennessee walker, 2 years old, broke to ride. Call (330) 893-8114. 1 CHEVIOT Livestock Ram, $225. 3 Cheviot cross rams, $150. All spring lambs. Atlee Byler, 7168 SR 514, Big Prairie, OH 44611 900 LB Shorthorn steer, grass fed, $1.10 per lb. Delbert Miller, (330) 698-1070. FOR SALE: Surrey Poles, double trees, neck yokes. Eli A. Miller 2536 Durstine Rd. Dundee, OH 44624 TAKING ORDERS for Golden Buff pullets last of Oct. $6.75. Joseph J. Miller, 4560 CR 207, Millersburg, Ohio 44654 5 yr old gelding, Revenue S; 5 yr old mare, Dream Vacation; 3 yr old gelding, Electric Yankee; TSS. Elmer J Yoder, 4543 CR 229, Fredericksburg. 330-231-3830 7 YR old double gated standard bred mare, traffic safe for anyone, $1500. obo. 8098 S Apple Creek Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. 330-466-5097. FLEMISH Giant rabbits, 3 mo. old, $25/each. (330) 897-6602, lv. msg.

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FOR SALE: 20 Road Island Red pullets, laying 70%. Hatched April 23, 2012. (330) 464-1858. FOR SALE: 2 Longhorn steers, grass fed, approx. 850 lbs. Call Jonas Miller (330) 674-2219 8 YR old gelding, all trot, black, good traveler, very good broke, TSS, $2200. 3 yr old gelding, all trot, good build, drives nice, sharp, TSS, $1800. Duane Weaver, 330-674-1777. WILL TRAIN PONIES. (330) 359-0407 6 Yr old standard bred mare, buggy size, all trot, women can drive, $1500 330-401-5382. FOR SALE: Miniature gray donkey jennie, loves attention & was also used for taking care of orphan babies. Edward. Miller, (330) 852-2162 / VM 10 YR old Gelding, traffic safe anybody can drive, $1000. Evenings 330-6740862. 7380 Twp Rd 362, Henry Yoder. FOR SALE: 10 year old black and white Shetland Stallion. 45"; 3 year old Paint Pony mare; 1 year old Paint Pony filly. Ph. 330-893-3344 Ext. 3. Reuben Miller. 3 yr old dark bay dutch cross gelding, 2 whites and a stripe. CALL 330-852-2402. FOR SALE: Paint pony, 7 yr. old gelding, 40", very well broke, $350/obo. Lv. message, 330-893-6013 /VM 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 FOR SALE: 5 yr. old surrey size standard bred gelding, tss, 10686 James Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627. (330) 695-2328.


Household Furnishings

SOLID MAPLE BR suite, 3 pc, 12 drawer dresser, lg maple framed mirror, queen bed. Absolutely a high quality set, $950. Can deliver locally. (330) 897-1325. 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. Ashley sofa, love seat, chair, ottoman, coffee, end tables, floral print. Like new, paid $2100. Asking $900 OBO. CALL 330-378-5259 Lazy boy recliner and matching loveseat, couch and hide-a-bed like new, dark 3 piece BR set, big chest of drawers, toddler bed, wardrobe, white kitchen cabinets, gun cabinet, beds a n d bed frames and all size new mattress sets. 2529 TR 110, Millersburg, OH 44654. 2 miles West of Becks Mills. (330) 674-0944. For Sale: Brand new Lazy Boy Rocker/Recliner, beautiful burgundy color, tags still on. $385. (330) 674-5671. For Sale: 1 Reclining sofa $425; 1 sofa $75; 1 dark brown recliner, good condition $450; 1 soft brown recliner $325; brown chair $50, crib w/ spindles $50. Aden Yoder 330-359-5459 BROWN COUCH, like new, not reclining, $600/obo. 330-231-1540. Daniel Raber, Durstine Rd, Dundee. FOR SALE: Brown couch suitable for basement or hunting cabin, $75. 2105 TR 183, Baltic, OH 330-897-6790 WHITE FRIGIDAIRE 30" electric stove, brand new, used 6 times, glass in door, clock & timer, $300. Round oak table with leaf & 3 oak chairs, $40. (330) 231-5363.


Hunting Fishing

FOR SALE: Mossberg 500 12 gauge, excellent condition. Also, wanted female beagle. Must be trained. 330-674-3002

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FOR SALE: New Vortex Excaliber Crossbow, scope, four arrows, Draw Weight 200 pounds, $450. Ivan A. Miller, 8240 TR 654, Fredericksburg, OH 44627

FOR SALE: Cub Cadet1170 lawn tractor, complete with 42" deck and bagger, excellent condition, $475. Eric 330-852-4974

FOR SALE: USED D.S. wood & coal stove, 18"x20" firebox, 14" door. Suitable for small house or shop, $400. (740) 623-0843 / VM

RENTAL COOLER trailer available for hunting trips. Roy L. Miller, 3915 TR 366, Millersburg. 330-893-4408.

TORO 52" walk behind mower, hydro, floating deck, good condition. September special, $2,100. Call Joe 330-852-3029.

GLENMONT Gun Show, Sat. Oct. 13, 2012,. 9am-4pm. 108 Main St., Glenmont Community Center. Buy, Sell, Trade or have your guns appraised. For info 330-377-4407.

GRAVELY 50" walk behind mower, nice cond. $850. John S Miller, 2305 TR 152, Baltic, OH 43804. (330) 893-0303.

ZERO TURN lawn mower converted for handicap people. Transport scooters, wheel chairs, etc. Call (330) 601-4302, leave message, will call back.

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. NEW ENGLAND Firearms 12-ga. sgl. shot, 3-1/2" chamber, $125; Winchester Model 67, 22 w/scope, $150; Springfield Model 15, 22 single shot, $120; PSE 150-lb. crossbow w/sling, quiver & arrows, $150. (330) 897-6602, lv. msg. ATTENTION DEER hunters. For sale: Ear corn. 40# bag for $6.00. Eli A Yoder, Charm. (330) 893-2037. FOR SALE: HORTON HUNTER supreme cross bow w/ scope, quiver, and arrows. Very nice, $250. Call: 330-231-8782 or 330-473-0809 FRED REAR Vapor Compound Bow, 2006 Model. Sight and quiver included call 330-567-5910 REMINGTON 870 Wingmaster 12 Ga. vent rif,, $350.Remington 1100 12 ga. vent rif.. $375. Eli Weaver, 7841 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH 44611 50 CALIBER optima pro Muzzleloader decent condition with simmons scope asking $325 OBO. contact Allen Troyer. 330-600-1430 NEW SUMMIT climber, make offer. (330) 695-9882 ext. 4. BARNETT JACKAL crossbow with quiver & 4 arrows, like new. $275. Call (330) 897-1038. SPRINGFIELD SHOTGUN, Model 67 20-ga, ventilated rip with 3" chamber, $275; Winchester Model 1200, 12-ga with extra 30" full choke barrel, $300. Call 330-897-1038. PSE Avenger Compound bow, Scott Mongoose release, Easton ACC Arrows and hard bow case. $200. 330-674-2599 FOR SALE: Gamo Big Cat 1200 air riffle, like new with new scope. $150. Michael Miller, (330) 674-1866. Older Nelco sewing machine & stand, $35/as is. 330-674-1841 WINCHESTER PUMP. Model 1300, 12 guage winchoke, 3 guns in one. Mint condition. $325. 330-231-0218 BRAND NEW Summit Viper SD climbing tree stand. $280. obo. (330) 674-4587. PSE Durango 26-30 draw length, with newer string by America's Best, everything but the release. $250. (330) 695-2164. WILL DO antler and European mounts again. 1 mile west of Becks, 5649 CR 19, Millersburg. 44654. Also have German Shepherd male for stud service. (330) 893-9304. 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 BEAR LIGHTNING strike crossbow with scope, quiver, arrows, $150.00. Phone (330) 674-7774.

PRE-ANNUAL SALE - Thru October Come pick what you want at $1.00/per bag @ David A. Miller's, 4728 TR 606, Fredericksburg. 330-695-9362. BRIGGS AND Stratton 4.5 engine. Runs smooth, $40. 330-674-3435 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/ 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 CRAFTSMAN BACKPACK leaf blower, $65. John S Miller, 2305 TR 152, Baltic, OH 43804. (330) 893-0303. JOHN DEERE 245 lawn mower with bagger cart, 420 hours, in very good condition. $3650.00 (330) 567-9232 or 330-231-0339 JOHN DEERE 112 lawn tractor, 12-hp, runs good. 330-473-5947 or 330-763-4452 SNOWBLADE, BAGGER fits 2000 Series Cubs, also Cub 2160 for parts. 330-201-0991, 330-262-4408


WATER WELL steel pipe, 220+ feet, wooden rods, cylinder, Monites pump jack - all for $900. Allen Raber, 330-893-0174 V.M FOR SALE: New Shop Fox bench-top metal lathe, model M1049, $450; Original cost $1,125. Used power concrete trowel, $200. (330) 893-4085.

50 gal. L.P. water heater, good condition, $225. Ashland Herd coal stover. Also some coal $275. Raymond Miller, 4665 TR 616, Fredericksburg. (330) 674-4104. FOR SALE: 24' insulated, stainless steel chimney with insert. Raymond Troyer, 12292 Nisly Rd., Fredericksburg, OH. 44627. ALUMINUM STRUCTURE building, 40'x56', rafters, cross members & sides assembled w/bolts, screws in clear roof, 6 doors, very sturdy, would make nice greenhouse,etc. $2500. 330-749-1054 Generator set up for natural gas, twin cylinder, heavy duty. $600 (330) 231-6196.

FOR SALE: Browning Adrenaline Compound bow, in very good condition. $90, hot dot sight $60, release $10, or $135 takes all. 330-674-6003.

FOR SALE: D.S. New style Champion stove, good condition, $1000; Also, Vinyl fence 320-ft. in 8-ft. sections, 16 posts. Eli A. Swartentruber, 7904 South Apple Creek Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627

PLAINSMAN 22 cal. rifle, model 865, $125. obo. BB & Pellet guns, $20 each. 330-695-2168.

FOR SALE: Used 2"x6"x12' . Mostly poplar Jonas Troyer, 8862 TR 559, Millersburg, OH 44654

REMINGTON Speed Master 22 Rifle with Bushnell scope. good condition, $300. 330-231-0218

FOR SALE: Block wood and coal stove with jacket. Leroy L. Erb 310 Mill St, Sugarcreek or call: 330-852-3128

KENNEL SELL out! 10' x 14' w/ 3- 3 ' x 7' chain link runs, Natural gas heater and AC unit, AKC Wheaten Terrier adults, 1 male, 3 females, complete set up $6800 OBO. May seperate. 330-893-4613

FOR SALE: used Conestoga Boiler, 750,000 BTU. Can burn pallets, 53 x 53 door. $4000. Robert Hershberger, 8603 TR 601, Fredericksburg, 330-695-2021

LIKE NEW, jeep stroller, $100. obo, paid $229. Lots of nice girl's clothes, boys full size bike, $5. (330) 231-4726.

FOR SALE: Air Hockey Table, like new, $125. 330- 359-2942


KENNEL SELL-OUT. Great Pyrenees, 1 chocolate lab, 1 standard poodle, 1 golden retriever. All females, breeding stock. Must sell. Possibly other dogs.. (330) 674-9900 ext 1.

FOR SALE: Large crystal cold NG refrigerator in good condition. 330-473-9778 WOOD COAL FIREPLACE stove, brown with two glass doors and electric blower, $375. (330) 231-9236

FOR SALE: Safe soap products: Nu-white laundry soap, fabric softener, shampoo & body soap, alot more cleaning supplies. This is a biodegradable & chemical free product. For price list: Norman & Ruth Raber, 6165 CR 59, Millersburg, OH 44654. 330-473-5127 VM Also avail. now at Home Specialties. 1904 TR 185 Baltic, Ohio. 330-600-1882

HANDICAP PRIDE mobility scooter, very good cond. Batteries & cover. Can deliver. $1100. Phone (740) 327-1530.

Ultimate Kirby Sweeper, G Series, plus attach., excellent condition, $400; 13 square, 35 yr, Atlas Pinnacle shingles, burnt Sienna (brown), $40 per square. M.Y., 330-695-2383. ATTENTION HERBALISTS! raise your own Golden seal. Planting roots. 3 for $1. 330-897-0328 FOR SALE: Honda 2 HP engine, runs good. Also Vanguard 2.4 HP Exc. cond. 330-473-2709 THREE 55 GALLON drums. Used motor oil. 419-368-3817 FREE PROPANE TANK, $500. obo. Fresh water tank, 250 gal, $150. 99 club car with canopy, $900. (330) 231-9611. FOR SALE: 3 clear gas flour lamps, $10.00 each. Nathaniel Hershberger, 5421 CR 68, Millersburg, OH 44654. (330) 893-3691 ext. 1, Voice Mail. WILL DO custom meat grinding this fall. Mon, Wed, Fri between 4-8 pm or by appointment. (donations only) Marvin Yoder CR 19 (1 mile west of Becks Mills) 330-893-9304 (4) 36-1/2"x62-3/4"; (8) 36-1/2"x47"; (2) 36-1/2x39"; (6) 40-1/2"x55"; (2) 32-1/2"x38-3/4". Call 330-695-5395 FOR SALE: 8' wide by 9' high garage door with lights, $200. CALL 330-878-5464. 3 steel carts, extreme duty, w/ rubber coated wheels, wagon type frame with handle, suitable for hauling heavy loads (lumber or steel), $275 each. (330) 893-4613. 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

Pets Supplies

2 OLD chicken houses that we would like to have moved, make offer. Also Kawasaki motor, flexible shaft. (330) 473-9147

FOR SALE: steel fence posts. $1.25 ea. 2 Allstar 6500 Garge Door openers, 1/2 HP, 1 1/3 HP All-O-Matic Garage Door opener. $50 ea. 330-893-1636

FOR SALE. Kiln dried lumber. 5/4 R.O. prime, $1.45/b.f. 4/4 red oak prime, $1.75/b.f. 4/4 1 com. R.O. 85¢/b.f. 4/4 prime poplar, $1.00/b.f. 4/4 rustic hickory, $1.00/b.f. 4/4 brown maple $1.25/ b.f. Mullet Run Lumber, (330) 893-4085.

Miscellaneous Merch. 300

FOR SALE: Hard coal hot water stove with storage tank. Good cond. Robert J Hershberger, 6750 E Moreland Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

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.

Miscellaneous Merch. STORM WINDOWS: White, aluminum -

HAVE 207 plastic canvas craft books, 1990-2005, $10.00. Electric sewing machine in stand, asking $75.00. (330) 852-2034.

Miscellaneous Merch. 280

NAPOLEON 1900 WOOD stove, glass door, 330-359-5623. FOR SALE: Used pallets. 330-897-2057 USED GOLF balls for sale. Over 300 available. Many brand names! Directly across from Fire Ridge Golf course (Millersburg). 330-674-2323 FOR SALE: Bed box for full-size truck, $150 (330) 231-0599. FOR SALE. Advertisement cups, gal. glass jugs, old sewing machine stand, free glass bottles. (330) 674-0264, VM. FOR SALE: Surrey, excellent cond. Storm front, lights, brakes redone "2009". $2100.00. Abe J Yoder. (330) 674-0621 ext. 4.


There will be a new open buggy at Charm Days - see HOSPICE tent SILENT AUCTION - Oct. 13th. FOR SALE: Mini surrey, 10 years old, with auto steering. $3000. Call Marvin @ 330-763-4808. CHILD'S WOODEN swing set with 12 ft. ladder. Top and ladder end. 2-seated wooden swing and space for 3 swings with chairs. Tower end with ladder on each side and end slide. Sand box space below. $300 OBO. Call 330-465-3650 Shreve. 4 CYL. Kabota diesel power unit; 3 cyl. Kabota engine; Yamaha VMax 500 snowmobile; Wheelhorse garden tractor. Take all. (330) 401-1502. Call for price. 2 SEATER buggy, surrey manual brakes, no stormfront, needs new curtains. $225. Raymond R Kauffman, 5815 TR 362, Millersburg. (330) 893-4613. FOR SALE: Stihl chain saw MS250 $125. Also, Marlin 17 HMR rifle NIB W/3x9 scope, $325. Mervin, 2789 TR 406, 330-893-0153 V.M. FOR SALE: D & S Hot Water boiler, wood or coal furnace. Like new cond. Call to make an offer. (330) 674-1871. 2 HARNESS UNION rug loom, warp & threader, good cond. (330) 852-4563, lv msg.

Musical Instruments (3) PUPPY PLAYPENS, heavy duty, grid

FOR SALE: Like new Jasmine Guitar, never used much. Also Blessed Assurance songbook. $200 obo for all. Call (330) 567-2255. FENDER DG-225 NAT GUITAR for sale, good condition. $180. (330) 852-1302

floor with pans, 3'x3', $100/each. Call (330) 432-7674.

WHITE TAIL bucks, two 2 year olds, two 1 year olds, Sneaker & Driftwood genetics. Make offer. 330-852-9108. CAVALIER KING CHARLES 3-Blenheim females, born 7-22-12. From selected stock, $500 each. 330-897-0103.

Puggle mix puppies. 10 wks Office Equipment 3old.Bulldog $125 each; 4 older Bichon females.


$100 each. Call (330) 897-6602.

Color Copies HP170/extra color cartridges- good condition. $200. Call (330) 852-2466.

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.

Pets Supplies AKC GOLDEN RETRIEVERS puppies,


3/4 English Bulldog pups, look like Bulldogs, nice colors, ready to go 10/28/12. Book yours now! $450-$650. 330-749-1054, lv. message. 6 WEEKS old Australian Shepherd/ Australian Heeler puppies. Also full blooded Australian Heeler puppies, blue, 5 weeks old. (330) 674-2677, VM. BLACK BOXER female with 3 pups, born 7/1/12, ACA reg'd. 330-897-0328 FOR SALE: 6 week old lab puppies, black & yellow, $100. (330) 857-3028, lv msg.

English cream & American, $800-$1200. Call (330) 432-7674. Rabbits; Bunnies; Rex, Mini Rex, Lion Heads, Dwarf, wh. Perkins, call ducks. Esther Yoder, 4252 TR 628 Millersburg, OH 44654. Ph. 330-674-1900 15 wk old Chihuahua male, tan and white, long haired, $200 OBO. 330-674-0520 FOR SALE: 10 months old beagle female, parents were good hunters. Would also make good puppy raiser, $50. Call (330) 567-2255.


Wanted: young Golden Retriever females. Also for sale: Chocolate Lab, born 4/6/12. (330) 275-5247.

At Stud AKC, Bernese Mountain Dog. 330-264-2647

AKC mini Pin puppies, 8 wks. old, had 1st shots & wormed, small & cute! (330) 893-1361, leave msg..

Wanted:Yorkie 893-3619.


Millersburg Carnival Glass Auction

SATURDAY October 6th 2012 at 10:00AM on the lawn of the Millersburg Courthouse

Downtown Millersburg Ohio

Come on Over and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Holmes County Festival with a Very nice all Millersburg Glass Auction.

This year we have an OUTSTANDING auction for you! Several “One Knowns” and just lots of other SUPER glass! We have also have a very nice assortment of will Millersburg Crystal glass to choose from. Please visit our website at w w w. j i m w r o d a a u c t i o n . c o m f o r pictures and FULL listing! You can call the office and we will mail you a brochure or just simply come to the auction and we will have brochures there for you.

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


Terms: Cash- Check Visa- MC- Discover. with a 3% clerking fee. All selling with NO reserve and NO minimums!! Don’t miss this one!!

All types of chimney relining: gas, oil, wood & coal.

Jim Wroda Auction Service - Greenville Ohio

HILAND SUPPLY CO. LTD. Advanced Chimney Technology

3878 CR 135, Millersburg, OH 44654 • 330-893-4724


Visit our NEW website at: 937.548.7835 email us: Jim Wroda & Mike Baker- Auctioneers Joseph Helfrich Apprentice Auctioneer 10074834

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GOLDEN DOODLE puppies, born 8/26/12. 4 females, 3 males. $400. each. Also AKC Golden Retriever male, 16 mo old, $200. 8098 S Apple Creek Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. (330) 466-5097. FOR SALE: black and white male Cavalier/Spaniel mixed puppy. Single, family raised, DOB 8/28. Will make great pet. Shots and wormed. $250 (330) 897-0554, leave msg. FOR SALE: Walker Red Heeler mix coon Hound. $50; 9 mo. old female Border Collie cross, $50, needs training. Daniel R. Hershberger 5770 TR 257 Millersburg, Ohio 44654 AKC Habenese Puppies, 10 males, 8 wks old on Oct. 12. Black and white, cream and white, and cream. $275 each. Marvin L. Raber (330) 897-8701. AKC YORKIE puppies. No breeders. Very cute. First shots. Male & female. Breeder sell-out. $250. (330) 496-9024. GUINEA Pigs for sale, $5 each. 330-473-9229. AKC BOXER male for stud service, strong beautiful fawn with white markings. Call 330-893-2898, ask for Dave. 2 yr old ACA Cavalier male, tri-color, proven breeder, $350. 330-695-2153 LM YOUNG BLUE Heeler female, nice family and farm dog. 330-897-7830.

The Holmes County Shopper News Pets Supplies 300

WANTED: REGISTERED young Bichon male. (330) 893-1016, V.M.

For Sale: Labradoodle female, Chocolate, 3 yrs old. 330-674-1694 ext 1.

FOR SALE: 4 Cavalier puppies, 3 Try and 1 Blenim, ready to go by Oct. 19. Call: 330-674-1912 x 2

MOUNTAIN CUR puppies, ready 10/14, 4 male, 4 female. Tan, white, black & brindle. $50. 00 each. 330-231-9611.

9 YR old NKC registered Beagle male. Buck Shot grandson. Steady. $100. Fermin Garber CR 168. 330-893-2612

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FOR SALE: Red Golden Pheasants, 14 weeks old. (330) 893-9955. 2 YR old AKC brindle boxer female, $150. 9 yr old Pomeranian female, pet only, $25. (330) 897-8016. 3 NO BARK COLLARS, DT systems, $45 each. (330) 231-2821 FOR SALE: Beagle puppies, shots and wormed, ready to go. $150-females, $125- males. 330-857-0170 x 2 VM FOR SALE: 10 wk old Beagle puppies and 1 yr old male Beagle, all from good hunting stock. 330-674-0080 or 330-600-9090 4 SHELTY puppies, AKC registered, 12 wks old, sable and white, 1 female, 3 males. $150 each 330-749-4568 14 FT x 40 ft dog kennel, indoor and outdoor runs, wash down system, automatic waterers, grooming & bathing, heated, only 7 months old. Building can & must be moved. Call (330) 432-7674.


ACA registered, one yr old French Bulldog male, proven breeder, fawn colored with black mask, $1000 OBO. (330) 674-0799 ext. 4.

FOR SALE. 4 female chihuahua puppies, 5 weeks old, ACA registered. David H Yoder, (330) 893-2892.

WANTED: DOG Kennel. Atlee Barkman, (330) 897-8460.

BRINDLE Boxer 330-472-2613


FOR SALE: 3 Jack Russell mix pups. Shots & wormed. Very tiny & playful. $50. each. Reuben Yoder, 330-674-0384.

Pets Supplies 300

AKC MALTESE female, 5 years old, $150. AKC Maltese male puppies, 8 weeks old, $200. (330) 567-2757.

FOR SALE: 3 1/2 year old 4 pound AKC Yorkie male. Make offer. 330-231-7331 For Sale: Bichon female, 1 1/2 yr old, VM (330) 473-5127 3/4 ENGLISH bulldog, (2) 1-1/2 yr. old females, (2) 3 yr. old female, (1) 3 yr. Beabull, $1000/all. Call (330) 359-0672.

MINI DACHSHUND puppies, ACA, blk/tan, reds, choc., blue dapple, short haired, $300-$400; Also, 2 Shih-a-poo puppies, 1-m & 1-f, very cute, $275/ea. (330) 279-2066. AKC Beagle pups. Other reg'd. Coonhounds for sale. 740-824-4692. CAVALIER MALE AKC, ruby, 1-1/2 yrs. old, sired litter of 6 on 9/17/12, $750/obo. Also, half grown Yorkie male, AKC, $300. 330-749-1054 / VM BEAGLE FEMALE, $20. Also English Bulldog/ Puggle puppies, $325. Shots, wormed, very cute. (330) 763-4037. HAVE Toy Fox Terrier for stud service, $50. (330) 695-9310.

ACA SHIH TZU male, 5 years old, gold & white, proven, very aggressive. (330) 893-3619.

English Bulldog, female, AKC, 35lbs., 1 1/2 yr, bred. $2200; Also 1 male and several 4-5 mo. pups. 330-231-7989 from 9:30am -4, M-F. or 330-893-1621 ext 3.

GRAY FEMALE, T-cup Poodle, house puppy. Born 9-10-10. $325 330-473-5676

FOR SALE: 6 CAVALIER male pups, AKC, shots, wormed, 3 tris, 3 blenheims. David Troyer. (330) 852-3860 ext 3..

FREE: CATS, KITTENS, some not weaned yet. Marie Yoder, 4252 TR 628, Mbg., OH 44654. 330-674-1900

FOR SALE. 1 Cavalier male, 3 yrs old, proven breeder, bleneheim color, AKC, papers. $600. Wayne Troyer, Hilltop Rd., Baltic. 330-897-3057 x 1.

1 YEAR old Yorkie male, ICA, $450. Call (330) 897-3207.

BOXERS Puppies, AKC, 3 males, flashy brindle, 2 females, black. Shots and wormed, born: 8/9/12 $400. each. (330) 893-3920

1 1/2 year old Basset hound female, makes great pet. $200. obo. Phone (330) 275-6518.

FOR SALE. 8 weeks old Toy Fox Terrier male. Had shots and wormed, small size. 9240 TR 614, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.



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2 Yr. old white & brindle French Bulldog male for sale or service. 330-674-0727

4 YR. OLD UKC Blue Tick Beagle male, fast good hunter, out of champion stock, $225/obo. Also, 1 yr. old Blue Tick Beagle female, started, $100; 2 yr. old female Red Tick Walker cross Coonhound, runs & trees her own coon. (740) 622-0933. Red Heeler/ Australian Shepherd mix puppies, started on cattle. (330) 897-1348 x 1 CUR PUPS: 13 wks. old. Both parents excellent cooners. JPM, 7370 Hoy Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627

MINIATURE PINCHER, female, 7 yrs old, chocolate and tan, good mother, $150. 330-852-2448 ext. 1 TOY POODLE puppies, vaccinated & wormed. Males $100. Females $150. Also 2 breeding age males, $150. each. (330) 276-5613.

Tools Machinery

Dewalt 12" slide compound mitre saw/extra blades-good condition $350; BilJax scaffolding casters and levelers $75; For all respirator-full face 3M silicone rubber-ideal for paints or insecticides $75-Kremlin/Grace finishing system $500. Call (330) 852-2466. POWERMATIC MODEL 66 10" tilting arbor saw, 5HP, 3 ph, good cond. with Biesemeyer fence, $1375.00. obo. Call Joel at (330) 893-3409. KOHLER 30 KW Natural Gas Genset, 570 hrs., 6 cyl., Ford engine, 1 or 3 phase, auto start,like new, $6,100. Call Joe 330-852-3029. ONAN 20 KW Natural Gas Genset, 4 cyl., Ford engine, auto start, 700 hrs. Good condition. $5,800. Call Joe 330-852-3029. FOR SALE: 13 hp electric start Honda motor & 2stage Emglo air compressor, on slide with auto engine, stop at set PSI. Also Hidenview water pump. All in good cond. Also some pipping with gauge valve & safety,. $1200. for all. (330) 857-3028, lv msg. FOR SALE: Campbell Hausfeld air compressor, 60 gal., upright, 5 HP electric motor, $499. Works good. Phone (330) 317-7169. FOR SALE: 032 Stihl chain saw, older style, in good cond. Runs good & has good compression. $150. (330) 674-1147. FOR SALE: HMC debarker with hydraulics and barn sweep, 125 HP, John Deere engine. Also dip tank, 20' long, galvanized. (330) 893-1020 FOR SALE: Power unit International Navistar DT 466, runs good with extras, $6000. (330) 988-2430.

ENGLISH BULLDOG puppies, 7/8 cross. Born 6/26/12, shots and wormed. James Weaver 330-567-3266

FOR SALE: Portable Emglo compressor with 5.5 Honda motor. $600. 330-893-1519.

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FOR SALE: 12,000 watt Wallenstein generator, 20 HP Honda motor; 24" crescent planer, 12" band saw, drill press, 8" crescent jointer, Dewalt cut off saw, rip table, W & H molder. Mark Miller, (330) 893-0153.


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ICH KAUF Trash piles & Dumps. 330-275-7980 WANTED: NATURAL gas refrigerator in good condition. 330-893-3875 WANTED: RUBBER MATS for horse box stalls. 330-359-5459.

Wanted to Buy WANTED: Good 12' transport disc; Also

WANTED: USED Igloo or Rubbermaid style dog house with door flap. Call (330) 674-4205. WANTED: BROKE 54 to 58 inch riding pony. 330-698-3042, leave message. WANTED: MALE Swan. 330-231-3692 CASH FOR hand guns, rifles, shot guns, ammunition. Priv. collector buying. Scott, 330- 603-7550. Free appraisals.

WANTED: CORRUGATED galvanized roofing, the old style. Call John at (330) 567-2368. WANTED: BREEDING Age Flemish Giant male. Em. Miller, 9080 S. Carr Rd., Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627. WANTED: WOOD-BURNING kitchen range in good working condition. Lester J. Wengerd, 9106 CR 201, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 WANTED: STURDY used shelves for warehouse. S.T. 9134 T.R. 652, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 WANTED on permission or lease: Creeks & ponds for trapping muskrat this Fall. Also buying all scrap metal. 330-407-7796. YOU GOT scrap, we got cash. Pickups and dropoffs avail. No equip. or vehicle too big for our disposal. 330-275-7980. BUYING JUNK Batteries, ele. motor's, copper, brass, aluminum, farm machinery, appliances, cars, truck. 330-279-2142, Marvin Miller. WANTED: PLASTIC milk crates. Price & amount. 330-674-1860 x6. Harvey Yoder, 7183 CR 19, Millersburg, OH 44654 CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094.

old 12' disc frame. Frame must be good. 330-359-1113

WANTED: FRUIT PATTERN Home and Garden canister set. 330-695-2090.


Home Condo For Sale

CUSTOM BRICK House on 5 Acres in northern Knox Co. $174,900 Add'l. acr. avail. Park-like. 3BR. 2.5 BA. FP. CAC. Bsmnt. Att. Gar. (740) 358-3057 FOR SALE: 4 bdrm Cape Cod, full basement, CA, 13 scenic secluded acres, woods and open. In grnd pool w/ waterfall. Gazebo and pergola. 3 stall barn. $239,000. 10770 TR 67, Killbuck. Open House Sunday Aug. 5. 2-4pm 330-231-9611 5 BR RANCH home. Finished basement, 2 small buildings on 1 acre between Nashville & Shreve. 330-566-8398


Land Sale Rent

PRIME Annual deer & turkey leases available in Richland Co. Ohio, 54-1000 ac. farms, unlimited hunters, $30/per ac. 419-522-0758. 5 BEAUTIFUL, 5 acre building sites in Ashland County, Green Township located on Twp Road 2475. For more info call: 330-567-9232 or 330-231-0339


Apartment Rentals

NICE 2 BR apt. Killbuck. Appl, lg screened in porch, garage $385 renter pays all utils+ sec. dep. Assist animals only. 330-276-4091.

WANTED:PORTABLE Full size dishwasher. Prefer newer model. Call 330-276-0050

VERY NICE 2 BR apt. in Sugar Creek, lg. LR, kit/dining area, sitting area w/FP-non woodburning, 1.5 BA, laund. rm., dbl. attch. gar., renter pays all utils. except heat, $550-if you pay lawncare or $575-if we do lawncare. Avail. Oct. 31st. Call (330) 897-9045, M-Thurs., 8-4.

WANTED: GOOD used chicken shelter. Please state price. Eli Yoder's, 10120 Saltcreek Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

1 BR apt. in Winesburg, appls. provided. No smoking, assist animals only, $550 +utils, +dep. 330-359-1902

WANTED: ROSENTAL Corn Husker. Also Dion Thrash machine in good working cond. State price in first letter. Levi Yoder, 5864 CR 59, Mbg., OH 44654


BUYING ALL GUNS, pistols, rifles, shotguns & access. Private buyer. Woody 330-819-3274

WANTED: 10 or 12 x 20 ft long storage building. (330) 674-2651. WANTED: Dog kennel & welping pen. Must be in good condition. (330) 695-9310. WANTED. SHIH TZU male, preferably gold & white.(330) 893-3619.

the heart of the market

We also have 12 & 15 passenger vans!

Dover Rd., Sugarcreek • Daily 8-5, Sat., 8-Noon

3 YEAR old Walker Female, runs and trees own coon. Solid on coon. 330-279-2100

FOR SALE: Australian Shepherd mix puppies, parents are good watch dogs. $15. (330) 567-9722.


WWW.SWISSAUTOMART.NET Bob Stutzman Sales Quality Used Cars & Trucks Sales & Service 330.852.2312 • 1.800.926.9847

UKC TREEING Walker Coonhound puppies. Mom is 1/2 sister of Mr. Clean. Nite Champion parents. 740-824-4692.

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

This van is fully loaded & in excellent condition. AWD, Leather, DVD, pwr. rear seats, left access door.

All this for

AKC Golden Retriever. pups. 2 males left. Shots and wormed. $150. (740) 552-1990


FOR SALE: AKC SIBERIAN HUSKY puppies, 5 males, shots/wormed, all colors, $500- Ready to go! (330) 695-2387.

Pets Supplies 320

New Philadelphia Office

HOLMESVILLE. 2 BR home, new kitchen & bath, gas & wood heat. Appls. incl. $525./mo. + utils & dep. Call Bob 330-317-7652 or Duane 330-231-1763. 2 BR house in Killbuck, lg. yard, storage shed, water incl'd, $475/mo +dep. 330-231-5100, 330-763- 1003, lv msg.


Mobile Home Rentals

3 BR, 2 bath, on the river in Loudonville. $600./mo + dep. (330) 465-2683


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

Home Condo Rentals


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. '07 FORD Focus wagon, 123k mi, 25-mpg, clean $5500. 419-612-9412

Millersburg Office 40 West Jackson Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 Phone 330.674.7355 Fax 330.674.0612 10072304

2006 VW Passat 2.0 T, 97,700 miles, leather seats, 30 mpg, $8,499. obo. Call or text 330-600-1125. (330) 852-4111 2002 VW Jetta, 250,000 miles, Asking 888-852-4111 $4500. obo. (330) 763-3650. 1996 CHEVY LUMINA 136,255 miles. Like new tires. Some rust. $1800 OBO. 330-704-1979

The Holmes County Shopper News Automobiles 540

Trucks SUVs 650

FOR SALE: 1992 Dodge Dynasty LE, 41K miles, loaded, exc. cond. $3000. (330) 231-3787.

2003 Toyota Sequoya, 4 wd, 206,000 mi., $7000. 330-231-7140

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

2002 FORD Explorer XLT, 140k mi., runs good, a/c, sunroof, pwr. windows & locks. Asking $3000/obo. (330) 276-3516


FIBERGLASS truck cap, fits Boats LEER '02-'09 Dodge Crew cab shortbed, exc.

1989 SKI Nautique correct craft, 2001, wakeboard boat for sale. Call Matt, 330-231-6960.

shape! $400/obo or will trade for soft tonneau. 330-231-0346.



Also 115 hp, Out Board Johnson motor, needs rebuilt, $500. 330-231-6446 1987 19' FIBERGLASS Bayliner fish & ski boat, w/ 125-hp Force O/B motor, open bow, new interior, lots of extras, everything in good working condition. Must sell before winter. Make Offer. 330-897-7904 16' deep V Lund, 1987, w/ 40hp oil injected suzuki motor, $3000 OBO. 330-600-0466 VM

FOR SALE: 2005, 3500, Chevy 15 passenger van, dark green, tinted windows. 60,000 mi., 330-473-8410 2003 SAVANNAH 12 passenger, AWD, 82,000mi., $8000. 330-359-0270 1997 DODGE van, 15 pass. 160K miles, 360 motor, 3 ton, good cond. $6950 obo. (740) 892-2178.


49 ACRE HOLMES COUNTY FARM TILLABLE LAND-PASTURE-ROAD FRONTAGE OLDER FARM HOME-FREE GAS-BARN To settle the estate will sell the following real estate at absolute auction on location at 8910 TR 553. Shreve, Ohio. Located East of Shreve on Shreve Eastern Road to County Line Road (Road #1), then continue on CR 1 to 553, then South 1/4 mile. Or North of Holmesville, Ohio or South of Wooster, Ohio on State Route 83 to County Line road, and West ¼ mile to 553.



Shopping for a farm or land? Take time to shop at the Yoder Auction. This 49 + acre farm features an older farm home, garage, outbuildings, bank barn, fenced pasture, rolling tillable land, road frontage on both sides of 553, and a location that is easy to find. One well on the farm provides free gas for the dwelling. Mineral rights will transfer subject to current leases. This farm will be offered in 3 parcels and in combination and will sell in the manner that nets the most for the seller. PARCEL #1- 22.1 Acres of land with all the improvements and the fenced pasture with stream. PARCEL #2- 14.4 acres of land, mostly all tillable, with frontage on 2 sides of 553. PARCEL #3 – 12.7 acres of tillable land. Buy the parcels or parcel that suits your needs. Or buy it all. If the farm sells in parcels each buyer will pay $300.00 surveying cost. Walk the land. You will like what your dollars will buy at this auction. Land continues to be a solid investment. Farm land is currently showing the best per acre returns we have seen in a long time. The location gives easy access to locations in two counties. Buy land. You will be glad you did. This property sells to the high bidder. No minimums. No reserves. No buyer premium. You pay what you bid. Terms are 10% down day of auction and balance due at closing. Arrange your financing and come bid your judgment. Flyers available on site from info box. Or go to and click on real estate auctions.

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, OCT. 13 2:00-4:00 P.M. Auction by order of Daniel Yoder, Ex. for ESTATE OF GALEN YODER Holmes Co. Probate #TBD AUCTIONEER/REALTOR- Dave Acker BROKER- Jack Gant

Building Materials 650

ALUMINUM STRUCTURE building, 40'x56', rafters, cross members & sides assembled w/bolts, screws in clear roof, 6 doors, very sturdy, would make nice greenhouse,etc. $2500. 330-749-1054 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

Building Materials 695

• Vinyl Windows 06500 AD11797131 72 • Free Installations 43399 • Free Estimates 4881 CR 207 Millersburg, OH

Cleaning 775


Chimney Sweeps

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

Absolute 860 Vacant Acres Auction

Northern Tuscarawas County Location: Chestnut Ridge, Camp & Dundee Wilmot Roads, Dundee, Ohio. GPS Coordinates: Lat: 40.628532, Long: -81.646804. From Dundee & SR 93 take Walnut Creek Bottom Rd (CR 94) west .5 mile to Dundee Wilmot Rd. (CR 96) continue northwest 3.5 miles to Chestnut Ridge Rd. and location. From Winesburg & US 62 take TR 661 (becomes Chestnut Ridge Rd in Tuscarawas County) northeast 2.75 miles to location. Property fronts on Chestnut Ridge, Camp and Dundee Wilmot Rds. Auction to be held at the Kaufman Auction House in Walnut Creek 3149 SR 39 Millersburg (Walnut Creek).


ARE YOU TIRED of chasing livestock? I'll fix any type of fence. Call (330) 897-2502. Junior R. Yoder

TREATED LUMBER fence boards, fence posts, 1x4, 1x6, 1x8, 2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 4x4, 4x6, 4x8, 6x6, 6x8, 8x8, length up to 20 ft, more sizes available! 330-763-4614

207 Doors & Windows 4339900


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

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

ABSOLUTE CARTER REAL ESTATE AUCTION BEAUTIFUL RANCH HOME 241 APPLE RIDGE DR. APPLE CREEK, OH SOUTHEAST LOCAL SCHOOLS Selling on location 241 Apple Ridge Dr. in the Village of Apple Creek. From US 250 at the east end of Apple Creek take Apple Ridge Dr. north to property on the left.

THURS. EVE., OCT. 18, 2012 5:30 PM

Saturday October 20, 2012 10:00 AM

860+ Acres * Wayne Township * Tuscarawas County Garaway Schools * Wooded Acreage * Excellent Recreational Ground * Ponds * Trails * Good Accessibility Immediate Hunting Rights* 28 Parcels * Parcel from 1 – 95 Acres * Simulcast Bidding This property provides some of the preeminent recreational acreage available in Tuscarawas County. With hunting/ recreational leases being at a premium, outdoorsman and women have to travel 2 to 3 hours and still are not able to find acreage. It’s time to take control of your recreational pastime by purchasing a tract of acreage that’s within minutes of home, not hours, while still being affordable. The property is mostly wooded with several open areas and numerous ponds throughout. Access to the property is provided via a labyrinth of trails and oil well access roads making viewing and accessibility a pleasure not a chore. The acreage has been divided into 28 parcels ranging in size from 1 acre lots to 95 acres. Immediate hunting rights will be given to the buyers with receipt of the downpayment. Grab your 4-wheelers, side by sides or just a map and walk the property at your leisure. Please note the acreage has been mined. You are welcome to ride/walk the property but do so at your own risk. As noted above the auction will be conducted at the Kaufman Auction House just west of Walnut Creek, GPS Coordinates: 40.546091,-81.736053. The address is listed above. We will also offer live online bidding (simulcast) you can register and bid at, you can also view the maps, brochures, pictures, and title opinions there. For more detailed information including brochures maps etc, contact our office or call Anthony or Tony. Terms: 10% nonrefundable downpayment day of sale with no financing contingencies, balance at closing. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Property sells subject to all articles of record, oil and gas rights have been previously withheld. Contact agents for information regarding the mineral rights. Legal: All parcels are located in Wayne Township of Tuscarawas County and the Garaway School District. Parcel numbers and tax information is available upon request. Property is agent owned. Sale by the Order of: Twilight Mining & Norton Construction

REAL ESTATE: One of the nicer homes to sell at auction this year. Raymond and Dorothy have purchased another home and desire an immediate sale of their residence on Apple Ridge Dr. This 1996 built Schumacher home is in move-in condition with 1650 sq. ft. of finished living area on the main floor. The home features a spacious kitchen w/dining area, large living room w/fireplace & gas logs, 3 BR’s w/bath off the master, a laundry room and another full bath all on the main floor plus a sweet 12x16 screenedin porch off the dining area. The full and partially finished basement has some office space, a wet bar and a family room. The lot is well-landscaped w/a patio, the best shade tree in the allotment, and steps leading down to a storage shed and garden area. This home will suite you in quality and condition so if you’re shopping in the Apple Creek area make sure you take the time to look this one over. More detailed information is available on the website or drive by and pick up a brochure from the information box on the property. OPEN HOUSE & INSPECTION: The property will be open for inspection on Thursday Eve. October 4th from 5 – 7 PM and Sunday Oct. 7th from 1 – 3. Other showings are available by appointment – Call Curt Morris @ 330-698-5352 – Steve Andrews @ 330-465-8498 or Real Estate Showcase Wooster 330-264-6888 or Millersburg 330-674-7610. TAX & LEGAL: Parcel No. 28-00516.052 The taxes on this property are $1226.99 per half year and will be pro-rated to the day of closing. The seller will provide a Warranty Deed w/Certificate of Title and offer to split the fee for an Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance. Immediate possession will be given at closing. TERMS: We require a non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price at the close of the auction with the balance due in full at closing within 45 days. RAYMOND E. & DORORTHY CARTER, OWNERS 241 Apple Ridge Dr., Apple Creek, OH 44606 Auction Conducted By:

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111


Charles C. (Curt) Morris – Listing Realtor Jon Mast Broker – Auction Mgr.

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Hauling 845

WE BUY junk cars 262-9300 CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094.

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

AMISH TAXI, short or long hauls, 2 mini vans, 80¢ a mile. 330-897-2170 or 330-390-0164. AMISH HAULING, 7 & 12-pass. vans, both local & long distance. Reasonable prices. (330) 231-0599. HAULING WITH 1 ton dump truck & trailer. Duane Weaver, 330-763-1192.

840 2761 Cove Lane #20, Walnut Creek Beautiful well constructed condo in The Cove Development. Features include master bedroom with walk-in closet, 2nd bedroom, full bath, fully equipped eat in kitchen, vaulted ceiling in living room with gas fireplace. $189,900 Kate Overton 330-204-9339 Curt Yoder 330-204-2447


FOR SALE: United States Stove Company, wood & coal stove with blowers or use as a furnace. Very good cond. Call (330) 231-3230.

5456 S. Market St, Berlin Commercial opportunity in Berlin. Presently used as an insurance office. Convert to apartments, restaurant, or whatever your need is. $110,000 Jake Schlabach 330-763-0889

FOR SALE: 65,000 BTU natural gas Empire stove, good cond. (330) 231-3230

Home Improvement 865

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.

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




FOR SALE: Manufacturing landscaping stone business. For details contact us at 3907 South Kansas Rd., Apple Creek, Ohio 44606 APPROX. 3/4 ton red crushed brick. Nelson Hershberger 330-275-3740

Delaware Rd, Newcomerstown Excellent hunting property all wooded and minutes from I-77 south of Newcomerstown. Some timber. Surface rights only. $75,000 Jr. Miller



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

FOR SALE: 24 in x 30 in x 33 high, wood stove, heavy built with pipe complete set up, $650. Aden Yoder (330) 359-5459. FOR SALE: Large Hitzer stove model 82. Used one winter. Very good condition, $850. 330-852-2902


FURNACE - high Eff. 75 K BTU and 30K BTU air conditioner, lines and pad.$400. Call 330-473-9649

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HEATED WINTER storage rental. Boats, campers, and other vehicles. Call (330) 567-2758 for more info.





INDOOR BOAT STORAGE Rental Space. $28 /mo. for pontoons; $20/ mo for smaller boats. 330-893-1509 VM. 1 1/2 mi. S of Berlin. Atlee Yoder.


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MAST BUILDERS ROOFING, shingle & steel roofs. Certainteed Certified. Insured. Free Estimates. Call 330-465-2021.

Manufacture Direct 24 Hour Turnaround Display - Steel Roofing Ad


Following classifications are considered business ads: All employment (100-197); 220, 225, 230, 235, 240, 245, 255, 260, 300; All rental ads; Service related ads. (600-1130)

Roofing & Spouting

Steel Roofing 10000 72¢AD12669879 sq. ft.72 Class.

P.O. Box 918 • 212 E. Liberty St., • Wooster Ohio 44691

4 Weeks ....................................... $8.00 Additional Lines Per 4 Weeks $2.00


4319 County Road 168 • Millersburg, OH 44654



Graphic Design Solutions Custom Business Form-Booklets-Flyers Twin Pine Printing Ph 330-359-2453 - Fax 330-359-0106

Demos & 08650 AD12337327 144 Rentals 66480 Available


Business Ad

CEILINGS PAINTED, $35. per room.Call Hershberger Painting for all your painting needs. 330-231-3850.


• Excellent cultivator • Lifetime warranty on tines

Shopper 4 Weeks ....................................... $4.00 (4 Lines) Additional Lines Per 4 Weeks $2.00

GORILLA PAINTING. We still have openings to schedule exteriors. Save big on "pre holiday" interiors. Call for details. See us on Facebook. Gorilla Painting Contractors 330-231-3541

15 & Nov. 24 will be forwarded to "Share a Christmas". (330) 231-3541

Holmes County



GORILLA PAINTING Lawn & Gardening 10% OF all our contracts between Oct.


FOR SALE: Boomer furnace for shop. Good crates. Isaac Yoder, 4857 TR 367, Millersburg, OH 44654. 330-893-2769 LENOX PULSE 80000 btu, propane furnace; Armstrong 72000 btu, oil furnace. $450 each OBO. 330-316-7821

Lawn & Gardening

ALL MASONRY/concrete projects/ repairs/custom, brick, block, real stone. Glass block bsmt. windows, chimneys for wood furnace, steps, gun vault rms, drop ceiling. Ins'd. James 330-231- 9100.



ATOMS HAULING Safe, affordable transportation to any destination! Atoms has two 8 passenger vans to meet your comfort and standards. We are now booking trips and would love to have your company! We will also book out of state hunting and fishing trips, and a fully furnished camper is available to meet your camping needs! Our drivers have safe driving records, are insured, and very friendly! No trip too small, or too big! Give Atoms a call today, and book your next trip! Leave the driving to us, and relax. You deserve it! Phone 330-473-5782 or 330-600-9110. Hope to hear from you soon!



Please mail check or money order with ad form. Check Cash Credit Card Credit Card Expiration Date Signature Security Code

Taxi Limo Shuttle

Tree Service SHREVE TREE SERVICE. Free Estimate. Insured 330-496-3412



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

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4 Time Winner Mazda Gold Cup


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

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

Ask About Our $500 Military Rebate

Own a Mazda? See how you can receive $500 on your purchase.





Sport Shift Auto, Alloys, Bluetooth, A/C & More.

MSRP $20,34 #: 3717


Lease For $170 x 36 mo. x 36K *** w/$2000

Sports Shift Auto, PW, PL, Cruise Keyless


WARRANTY UP TO 7 YRS OR 100K 2011 Mazda CX7 Sport #P2204, 34K, auto

On Sale For $18,958 Buy For Only $262 x 72 Mo. 2010 Mazda CX-7 SUV, #P2229 .................................................. On Sale For $20,999 2011 Mazda CX-9 AWD, 4Dr, Touring Silver, #P2228 .................................................. On Sale For $25,995 2012 Mazda5 4Dr, Auto, Sport, #P2227 .................................................. On Sale For $18,995 2011 Mazda3 I Touring PWR Equipped, Retired Service Loaner with Service Records, #3428R On Sale For $15,911 2011 Mazda6 I Sport Auto, A/C, Cruise, CD, Keyless, #P2175 .................................................. On Sale For $15,500 Only $202 x 72 Months 2.9% APR 2011 Mazda2 Touring loaded, auto, 22K #3470R ............... Buy For Only $14,786 2011 Mazda2 Touring Auto, Loaded, #P2202 ........................ On Sale For $13,488 Only $177 x 72 Months 2009 Mazda CX9 Sport One owner with all service records. #3807A Just arrived.Buy for $287 x 72 months

ALL USED CARS WITH $2000 DOWN With approved Credit 740 Beacon @ 3.49% APR Unless Noted & Term Listed Next to Payment Plus Tax & Fees. See Sales for Details

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Lease For $187 x 36 mo. x 36K *** w/$2000

***Closed end lease w/ $.15 per mile over $50 purchase or $300 disposition fee. With Approved Mazda Capital Credit w/ $2,000 Cash or Trade plus tax and fees due at signing. Prices subject to change based on Mazda program changes.


MSRP $20,34


***Closed end lease w/ $.15 per mile over $50 purchase or $300 disposition fee. With Approved Mazda Capital Credit w/ $2,000 Cash or Trade plus tax and fees due at signing. Prices subject to change based on Mazda program changes.

TRUCKS VANS SUV’s 2007 Chevy Silverado #P2207, 6 Cyl. Longbed, Auto, A/C, 68K

On Sale $11,995 Buy For $168 x 66 Mo. 2004 Jeep Liberty 4Dr, Sport, 4WD, Gold, #3731TB .............................................................Only $8,603 2006 Starcraft Travel Star 30QBS 32’, Must See, #P1773 ...................................... Only $14,850 2007 Honda Odyssey 5Dr, Ex Sage, # 3803TTTA ...................................................... Only $16,293 2011 Nissan Titan Crew Cab 4X4 Chrome Edition, Stunning V8, 18K, Must See,#P2198 ......... On Sale For $27,988 2007 Dodge Nitro 4WD SXT 4 Dr., Power equipped, Stick, #3761A ................................ Only $8,997 2006 Chevy Colorado 67K Stick, AC & Cruise, #P2211 .............................................................. Only $8,999 2010 Volskwagen Routan 4 Dr., Wagon, SEL w/Navigation, #P2208 ...................................... Only $21,979 Buy For Only $308 x 72 Months


SPORT CARS & SEDANS 2012 VW CC Sport Sedan

Loaded, W/Leather, Excellant Condition, #P2197

Only $21,988 Buy For Only $308 x 72 Mo. 2007 Chevy Aveo 4 Door, Hatch Back w/ only 68K, was $7,995 ..........................Now $5,994 2011 Nissan Maxima Sport Package w/Leather, Moonroof, Satelite Radio, Low Miles #P2213, . $26,480 2006 Hyundai Sonata 4 Dr., GLS, V6, Auto, #P2210 ...................................................................Only $8,996 05 Ford Focus Zx4 Pwr. equipped Auto, #3759A ................................................................ Only $120 x 57 mo. 06 Scion XA 4 Dr. Hatchback, Pwr. Equipped Auto, #P2220 .....................Only $146 x 60 mo.


02 Jeep Grand Cher 4Dr, Limited, 4WD, EVA, #3794A1 ................................................................................Only $3,995 2001 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 Loaded, Ext. Cab, Full Pwr., 4.0 V6 W/Cap, #P2192 ....................................................................Only $5,888 2005 Chrysler Pacifica Touring AWD Stunning, Loaded 7 Passenger, #P2199 .............................................Only $7,999 2004 Hyundai Sonata Power Equipped, Auto, Ready for All Seasons, #3787A ........................................Only $5,650 2001 Pontiac Grand AM 4 Dr., Stunning, #P2157B ...............................................................................Only $4,299 2002 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport Auto, Rear Air, Power Equipped, 99K, #P2205A .......................................Only $4,988 94 Ford F150 XL Extended Cab Truck, #P2166B..Only $2,495

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



EXPIRES 10-15-2012

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12 Chevy Impala LT

Power Seat, Reverse Park Aid, TV/DVD, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, 1 Owner

08 Chevy HHR LS

10 Ford Focus

Power Windows & Locks, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Air.

Tilt Wheel, CD Stereo, Air.

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Remainder of the Factory Warranty.





06 Cadillac STS AWD

Chevy 15 Passenger 08 Chevy Tahoe LTZ 11 Jeep Patriot 4x4 12 Power Seat, Power Windows







Heated Leather, Power Sunroof, Bose Speakers, Navigation Stereo, Alloy Wheels.

Heated Leather, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

& Locks, Cruise Control.







03 Buick Lesabre

Power Heated Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner. SALE PRICE









11 Volkswagen Tiguan AWD

12 Chevy Express Cargo Van

11 GMC Acadia SLT



Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.




Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air. SALE PRICE


08 Buick Enclave

4x4, Power Seats, Remote Start, Power Sunroof, TV/DVD, Heated Leather Seats, Captains Chairs.

08 Chrysler Town 05 Dodge 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 SLT Hemi, Tilt Wheel, & Country LX Cassette Stereo, Alloy

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air


All Wheel Drive, Power Sunroof, Dual Power Seats SALE PRICE



11 Chevy Aveo

Only 36,000 Miles! Auto, Air.


4x4, V8, Power Windows & Locks, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels


07 Chevy Aveo LS


07 Ford 1/2 Ton Crew










Only 23,000 Miles!

Power Heated Leather, Power Seats, TV/DVD, Power Sunroof, Bose Speakers, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels





Wheels, Air,Tow Package



Sale good through October 11, 2012

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06 Chevy Uplander LT

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Holmes County Shopper, Oct. 4, 2012  

Holmes County Shopper covers news that affects Holmes County, Ohio. It is published weekly by Dix Communications.

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