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May 1-7, 2014: Vol. 13, No. 3; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-1132 •

State takes different approach

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Sonia Tillman speaks about children services investigation at community breakfast

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By CHRISTINE L. PRATT not fared so well. Subsequently, on order Staff Writer of the Ohio Supreme The state is taking a Court, the Ohio DJFS different approach to has come up with a plan children services inves- to better provide a contigation, especially those sistent response to comthat do not involve sexual plaints of child abuse and abuse, serious injury or neglect. The proposal is the threat of such. being implemented in That’s according to stages throughout the Sonia Tillman, the state, with full participaDifferential Response tion expected in June, said and Special Projects Tillman. manager for the Ohio For the state, Tillman Department of Jobs and coordinates new county Family Services, Office differential response of Families and Children. implementation activiShe was the keynote ties, provides technical speaker at the April 24 assistance to all of the child abuse prevention participating counties. community breakfast, She has nearly 20 years held by Holmes County of experience in the field Department of Job and of child welfare, workFamily Services. ing at both Hamilton and In opening the program, Montgomery counties’ HCDJFS Director Dan Departments of Job and Jackson said the agencies’ Family Services, and promany departments have a vided supervision to child history of performing well protection caseworkers in among Ohio’s 88 coun- the Alternative Response ties. In particular, he said, intake and ongoing units the children services divi- in Montgomery County. sion is always among the She spoke about “Differtop in the state and has ential Response: Partnermet all the federal out- ing with the Community comes established in the to Strengthen Families.” child protection oversight Differential response evaluation. is a way of looking at The rest of the state has a holistic approach to

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Sonia Tillman, Differential Response and Special Projects manager for the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services, speaks at a recent child abuse prevention community breakfast in Holmes County about a different approach the state is taking on investigation. improving responses to models are used by law we not doing the same in families. It makes sense, enforcement and medishe said, noting similar cal personnel. “Why are See Pg. 8 — APPROACH

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The June 3 meeting will feature the Rev. Larry Hasemeyer, director of Holmes County Chris- the Free Clinic and will tian Women’s Club will move to the Carlisle Inn. meet May 6 from 9:3011:30 a.m. at Der Dutch- Shreve-Triway man in Walnut Creek. banquet is May 3 Speaker will be Amber Rice Miller, Bargain The annual Shreve-TriHunter columnist, on way High School alumni “Jesus has paid for all banquet will be held May our sins.” Marcella Miller, 3 at Triway High School Beyond Words Singing, at 7 p.m. The cost for the will provide a special fea- ham dinner is $12. ture. Cost is $10, inclusive The classes of 1939, 1944, and reservations are due 1954, 1964 and 1989 will by May 2 to 330-674-2767 be honored. Take photos, or 330-343-7046 or email yearbooks, etc., to be played. (CWC in memo line) or See Pg. 4 — CALENDAR

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the school year, including a choir concert on May 6 and a band concert on May 8. The choir concert will be May 6 at 7 p.m. in the middle school gym and includes performances by the middle school choir, high school choir and show choir. The May 8 band concert will begin at 7 p.m. in the high school gym. Performances will be by the fifth- and sixth-grade band, middle school band, high school band and jazz band. Director of the bands and choirs is Stephen Tripp.

Darb’s Bingo will be held Sunday, May 4 beginning at 2 p.m. at Darb Garaway choir, Snyder Senior Center in Millersburg. Doors open band concerts at noon. Ticket price of $55 planned includes two 6-ons and The Garaway Performtwo early birds and dinner ing Arts Department will of turkey, ham and cheese hold its final concerts of See Pg. 16 — CALENDAR

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wraps, potato salad and ambrosia salad, served at 1 p.m. Extra 6-ons available for $5 each. Early birds $40 payout; $75 payout per game. Optional bonanza game after intermission. Tickets $1 each; can trade in original bonanza, $1 for two. Instant tickets will be sold on the floor. Senior center is located at 170 Parkview Drive. Call 330-674-0580.

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Community Canine compasses align with North-South axis “Hurry up, honey!” my husband yells while looking out the window. “The dog is pooping again!” The good wife that I am, I sprint to stare out into the backyard and watch and wait for my dog to get down to business. It’s not that we actually enjoy watching her do her thing, or even that we care to know the location of the land mines in the thick spring grass. We’re actually participating in our own little version of citizen science based on an article that was recently published in Frontiers

years and presumably a lot of dog food, they Karrie studied 70 dogs from McAllister 37 different breeds and cataloged their position Dirt Don’t during 1,893 number Hurt two’s and 5,582 number one’s. What they found out is that dogs “prefer In Zoology. to excrete with the body Scientists did a study being aligned along the on animal behavior and north-south axis under Earth’s magnetic fields. calm magnetic field conThey already knew aniditions.” mals such as cows and Not only that, but they deer prefer to graze on a north-south axis. Defecat- actually appeared to ing dogs for some reason avoid the east-west axis at all costs. The article also must have seemed the reminded non-physicists next logical study. that magnetic north is not Over the course of two

quite the same as true north, which is the point at the top of the earth where, I believe, Santa resides. Magnetic north wanders around because of all sorts of crazy physics reasons that I won’t pretend to understand. However, they noted that after episodes of magnetic disturbance, such as solar flares, dogs can’t quite figure out where to do their duty. They also said that this rule does not apply to leashed dogs, only the kind that are allowed to do free-range pooping.

What does this mean for all of us dog owners? It means you’ll never be able to let them out the back door again without waiting for just a minute or two to see if it’s really true. We all know that they generally take their sweet time to choose their location, sniffing here and there in an attempt to find some piece of grass they haven’t yet killed or the most well traveled path through the yard. Once the spot is determined, they begin some sort of ritual dance where they

spin around and around until everything is just right. Or maybe they are waiting for their inner compasses to line up the needle with north and they can align themselves in such a way that pooping has never felt more pleasant. In any case, I’m working on my own scientific conclusions. Although my dog does not always go on a north-south axis, I will hypothesize that at least 50 percent of you will watch your dog out the window very soon.

Settling in, but missing silly little Ohio things

Church notes

We are pretty well settled into our routine in South Carolina since moving here eight months ago. Sometimes it seems like we are dreaming and will soon wake up and find ourselves back in Holmes County, Ohio, and other times it feels very much like home. What we miss are silly things. Like getting an Italian ham sub from the Hero House in Wooster. We have not found anything that can match that here in Lowcountry. We miss Rebecca’s Bistro in Walnut Creek where the food was always great and the staff exceptional. We miss good, local Swiss cheese and Trail Bologna. We just ate the last of the bologna son Alan and his family brought us for Christmas. And we miss frozen custard from Whit’s. We wish someone would start up a Whit’s franchise instead of the soon-to-be-opened frozen yogurt place up the street. It’s not just food that

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they soon started going on bike rides and down to work on Mark and Linda’s boat. Sadly, when November came and “cold” weather hit, the Smiths took off in their boat for warmer we miss. We miss the shoe places and ended up staystore in Charm where we ing in Florida all winter, sailing from place to could always find something whether we needed place, while living on the boat. The end of March it or not. Some of my favorite sandals that came they announced the good from there are starting to news that they had sold their boat and were comwear out. ing back to South CaroAnd of course, we miss lina. the people. You know The bad news was they who you are. decided to buy an AirThe Man of the House stream trailer and a truck is the social one in the family. He’s always look- and planned to sell their little house and tour the ing for someone to talk with about a variety sub- country like gypsies. Their motto is “no plan, no jects. He thought he had schedule” — kind of the made a very good friend opposite of how I like to shortly after we moved operate. here. He ran into Mark They are now in the and Linda Smith while midst of extricating themout riding his bicycle on the other side of the sub- selves from years’ worth of belongings they had division one day. Mark stashed in their attic and is a retired Navy captain other places. We visited and professor at Purdue. their yard sale and came Linda is a retired nurse. away with a few little The guys hit it off and

treasures. We are careful about what we buy these days — it’s mostly consumable items as we have very limited storage space here. We could put things above our garage but we don’t plan to because we know what happens. The stuff goes up there and is never seen again unless you are getting ready to move again. The Man of the House is still tinkering with our yard. That’s where most of our purchases go these days. He thinks we need more bushes for the front yard so we got some azaleas. We have experimented and found lantana does not like to grow in standing water. When it rains we have areas where the water stands for several hours since the clay soil is slow to let it drain. We just bought a wisteria vine for the backyard after seeing it blooming everywhere around here lately. We will see how fast it takes over.

Community briefs New arrivals JAISYN JUNE was born April 2 to Tony and Megan Roberts of Killbuck. She weighed 4 pounds, 14 ounces and was 20 inches long. She joins a sister, Mya. Grandparents are Kurt and Stacie McDowell, June Roberts, Mike Workman, all of Millersburg, and Joe and Penni Roberts of Lexington. Great-grandparents are

Norene McDowell, Tom Snyder, both of Millersburg, Charlene Taylor, Paul Harris, both of Killbuck, and Jean Seitz of Shelby. Great-greatgrandmother is Wanda Close of Killbuck.

was 21.25 inches long. He joins a brother, Braylon Anthony, 3. Grandparents are Fred and Mary Raber of Sugarcreek and Emanuel and Nettie Hochstetler of Holmesville. Greatgrandparents are Eli and KENNETH LAND- Alma Hershberger of ON was born March 26 Berlin. at Wooster Community Hospital to Betty and ALEX JAMES was born Mark Raber of Holm- April 7 at Wooster Comesville. He weighed 8 munity Hospital to Netpounds, 10 ounces and tie and Steven Miller of

Millersburg. He weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and was 19.5 inches long. He joins a sister, Melissa Ann and a brother, Carl Anthony. Grandparents are Raymond and Laura Miller of Apple Creek and Roy and Kathy Miller of Millersburg. Great-grandparents are Roman and Clara Keim, Pete and Katie Miller, Levi and Sevilla Miller, all of Millersburg, and Crist and Fern Yoder of Apple Creek.

The annual Gospel Echoes banquet will be held Tuesday, May 6 at The Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek at 6:30 p.m. and the public is invited for a time of music and inspiration along with a delicious homestyle dinner. For complimentary tickets contact Dale and Ruth Mullett at 330-343-1098 or 330-8524319. A freewill offering will be received for prison ministry to provide literature and ministry teams to prisons and chaplains throughout the United States free of charge. Music will be by the Gospel Echoes Harvest and Mercy Road Teams, and a prison testimony will be by Arceli, who was once trapped in addiction and supported by burglaries, but found Jesus in a lonely prison cell. Gospel Echoes is headquartered in Goshen, Ind. and currently has six “road” teams who travel to more than 500 prisons and churches each year. There is also an extensive network of volunteers and a printing department which prints the Bible Study Correspondence Courses and Scripture Address booklets. These are provided free to prison chaplains and inmates throughout the U.S. and Canada. There is also a New Testament distribution program.

tee of the Millersburg United Methodist Church is sponsoring an American Red Cross blood drive on Saturday, May 31, in the fellowship hall from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Any volunteer 17 years of age and older may donate. There is no age limit for senior citizens. Youth at the age of 16 may donate with a parent’s permission. Permission slips may be filled out at the donation site. Youths 15 years of age and younger may not donate. A photo ID is required, generally a driver’s license. If you are currently taking medication, you may still donate as long as you fall within average range when tested at the donation site.

4UCC4Christ distribution is third Tuesday The 4UCC4Christ will distribute personal care items, baby needs, cleaning supplies and paper products the third Tuesday of each month in the basement of Baltic Village Hall from 1-5 p.m. to assist those in need. The next distribution will be May 19.

Donations needed

Donations are needed to help troubled boys. The Trading Post Thrift Store is located at 7703-B state Missions Route 241, just west of Committee to Mount Hope. All proceeds will go to support the Ohio sponsor blood Wilderness Boys Camp. drive Call 330-857-5516. or 330The Missions Commit- 464-1261.

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Approach (From Page 1) child welfare?” she asked. Until adopting differential response, she said, child welfare agencies dealt out a “one size fits all” response to everything from a dirty home to educational neglect to a broken arm. The new methodology suggests use of two pathways, based on a screening decision made using initial information. While those cases that could involve court or law enforcement involvement and allegations of sexual abuse or severe child abuse or neglect will continue to follow the traditional pathway, an alternative now is recommended for other cases, where there is moderate to low risk. It’s about “families who don’t need court involvement, but need our help to resolve their issues,” she said. It encourages a break from the unannounced visit, which can put people on edge and breed an adversarial relationship, in such cases, accord-

ing to Tillman, who said staff, instead, are encouraged to call, advise the families of the complaint and schedule an appointment to talk with them about the outstanding concerns. “It changes the way we’re accepted and received,” she said, noting it encourages cooperation with the family, with an interest focused on safety. “Our intention is to keep families together. Our intention is to keep everyone safe at home.” Th e alternative response results in no formal finding or substantiation of abuse, although staff still complete safety and family risk assessments. It facilities a safety-focused partnership with the family, with an emphasis on “front-loading” needed services by providing them earlier and without the requirement of a finding, Tillman said. With implementation of an alternative response, she said, it is hoped to reduce the number of repeated reports involving the same complaint, which

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Holmes County Department of Job and Family Services Director Dan Jackson, speaking at the April 24 child abuse prevention community breakfast, said the children services division is always among the top in the state. have “gotten us into a lot of hot water federally.” Further, she said, it allows child welfare agencies to stay involved with families longer while better addressing their issues through a holistic approach — treating the problem and not the symptom. She called on partner

agencies to work with the local children services agency to achieve this goal and move away from a failed approach to many cases. “If we keep a safety-focused partnership with families, we will have a better working relationship with them.” “We really are get-

Holmes County Commissioner Ray Eyler welcomes everybody to the Holmes County child abuse prevention community breakfast on April 24. ting better outcomes by approaching it this way,” she said. “We’ve not had good results doing it the way we were.”

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Business with a re-purpose Modern Farmhouse in Millersburg combines past and future; opens Saturday An old gift shop in Millersburg with a treasured past has been revived, modified and recast. Rising from the embers of The Jackson Street Gallery at Millersburg Furniture Co. — which closed its doors last September after 100 years — is a new store that promises to carry on the rich tradition of its predecessor while embracing what lies ahead. The store is Modern Farmhouse, opening Saturday, May 3, 10 a.m-8 p.m. The owners of Modern Farmhouse are a familiar couple — Jim and Traci Van Keuren, who were employees at The Jackson Street Gallery for many years. They view the closing of the old store as a cloud with a silver lining, as a chance to run the place for themselves and pursue their own unique vision. “We’ve always worked for other people, but with the store closing, we discovered that we now had a chance to own something for ourselves,” noted Traci. At the new shop, the Van Keurens have managed to combine the past and the future, a fact immediately evident in their chosen

slogan — “The new modern farmhouse, where vintage and modern can merge.” The store features a few of the items and services offered at the last store — like flooring, tiling and some of the furniture lines — but it specializes in repurposed furniture, household items and other paraphernalia, reinventing and showcasing anew the objects of yesteryear. Traci and Jim explained their hope is “to bridge the generation gap by mixing your family heirlooms from the past with simple objects and furniture from the present.” An old dresser, for instance, is recreated and remodeled until it looks like something at once delightful and anomalous; it becomes a new antique. A whole host of similar items, all arresting to the eye, prove the store’s dual commitment to the past and future. That commitment is also evident in the overall decor, which is, in Traci’s words, “industrial with a twist” — a style very much in vogue at the moment. Many of the furniture items are made from outmoded iron tools, which are then integrated with pieces of century-old barn wood. Jim refurbishes the wood, and, in some cases, Traci adds a few coats of

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“The new modern farmhouse, where vintage and modern can merge.” paint. The resulting items have a unique character and a durable quality to them, combining a feeling of rugged utility with a simple and pleasing refinement. But the furniture pieces “are not formal,” Jim was quick to add. They are more casual and comfortable, all of them items that

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Fundraiser to support wounded service members is May 25 Guggisberg Swiss Inn is set to host its first fundraiser supporting wounded service members through Wounded Warrior Project. Light the Sky Event will be held Sunday, May 25, 4-10 p.m. Outdoor activities beginning at 4 p.m. include: bonfire cookout at 8 p.m. and at dusk a Sky Lighted Lantern Launch on behalf of all those who have and are serving in the military. There will be silent auction items, gift baskets and a 50/50 raffle and other donation opportunities available.

All proceeds from the event will be donated to the nonprofit organization Wounded Warrior Project ( and will support a full range of programs and services for this generation of injured veterans and their families. Over 47,000 servicemen and women have been injured in the recent military conflicts. In addition to the physical wounds, it is estimated as many as 400,000 service members live with the invisible wounds of war including combat-related stress,

major depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Another 320,000 are believed to have experienced a traumatic brain injury while on deployment. WWP’s 18 programs and services are uniquely structured to nurture the mind and body, and encourage economic empowerment and engagement. Guggisberg Swiss Inn is at 5025 State Route 557, Charm, OH 44617; 330893-3600; There are rooms available onsite.

Family Tree help available Would you like to start your family tree, or are you a beginning genealogist? Holmes County Genealogy Library is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from

1-4 p.m. There are experienced genealogists manning the library, and they would be very happy to help you get started. There are forms to help you get your family infor-

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Modern Farmhouse is described as a retro-modern, cozy-industrial look, because the owners have blended antiques with modern furnishings to create one-of-a-kind looks like this silo cap hanging above a modern sofa.


mation written down, and In honor of the annisuggestions to get you versary, there will be going. The Genealogy a food truck and live Library is located on the (From Page 9) music along East Jacklower level of the Castle son Street, providing just Club, next to the Victorian burg Brewing Co., right one more incentive for next door. House. local residents to come

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Talking tree stump is making the rounds A little fact I sometimes share about myself that seems tough for others to believe is that before I met my wife I was a relatively shy individual. Sure, if I suddenly somehow found myself in a conversation I was typically able to hold up my end of it; but could I just walk up to someone and start talking? No way! That would NEVER happen. Kristin, on the other hand, could introduce herself to a tree stump and walk away an hour later with a brandnew friend for life. That is exactly what happened when she spotted me taking root in the shadow of the dance floor at a crowded college hangout some 28 years ago. As in the case of many couples, Kristin and I have grown more alike in the ensuing years. She can now bait her own fishhook, ride a bicycle great distances, and tell the difference between a turkey vulture and a red-tailed hawk a mile-and-a-half away; and I ... well, I can actually speak without being spoken to!

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Rarely have I been more dramatically reminded how “Kristin-like” I’ve become in this regard than just the other afternoon. Kristin and I had completed a newsletter for the retirement center where we split a part-time job. The newsletter goes out in the mail to hundreds of folks, both near and far, but we agreed that to save postage we’d simply walk it around from door-to-door, delivering to our own residents right there on the campus. I distinctly recall hearing the phrase: “How long could it take, really?” On the designated evening of our walk-around, Kristin was waylaid by another commitment, so I set out on my own. One man, one evening, one stack of newsletters. When Kristin called to check on my progress I was headed for home.

“So, how did it go?” “Not nearly as quickly as I had hoped,” I said. “Really?” she said with a mix of startle and concern. “How far did you actually get?” “I got to Mrs. Miller’s place,” I said. “Oh, OK. Well, where did you start?” “I started at Mrs. Miller’s place.” “Wait. At which Mrs. Miller’s did you start and

at which did you stop?” — a question which might seem odd were we not in Wayne County, Ohio, where it would be entirely possible to visit 20, 30, even 50 different Mrs. Millers in a single evening. “The SAME Mrs.

Miller,” I said. “We got to talking about art, then music, then farming, then religion — we even talked about the shrubs beside her porch. The sun eventually went down so I packed it in after that.” “Well, aren’t you some-


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Farming One of the first signs that spring has arrived tion improved. In late March she began Barbwire to show that the birth wasn’t very far away. Along with orders for Barb me to keep watch on her, Lumley there were three granddaughters, two granddaughter boyfriends, and them in the fields. Last fall Zelda came to one granddaughter sonin-law, plus some of their stay with us. She was so friends constantly checkthin and in need of food ing on Zelda. On the and attention. She is a morning of March 26 she race horse, but had been was let out in the barninjured and no longer could race. She was long, yard for her daily exerlean, tall, a very dull dark cise. Although there was sunshine, the air was very brown, and pregnant. cold. I checked on her at Although fed well, she noon and all was quiet. was very slow to gain weight, and, of course, she A couple hours later, No. was growing a baby inside 2 granddaughter and her her, but with special feed boyfriend came rushing into the house all excited. and attention her condi-

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Farming Markets WOOSTER HAY AUCTION TOWN & COUNTRY April 19 41 LOADS — 1st cutting 200-285 ton and 4-4.25 bale; wrapped rd. balage 22 bale; wrapped oatlage 32 bale; rd. 20-40 bale; rd. 55 ton; 2nd cutting 290-350 ton; rd. 50 bale; 3rd cutting 200-275 ton; lg. sq. 310 ton; lg. rd. 230 ton; straw 360 ton; rd. 160 ton; firewood 65; eggs 1-2. April 26, Machinery Auction

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21 LOADS HAY — 1st cutting grass 20-65 rd. bale; 1st cutting mixed 3.75 bale, 20-52.50 rd. bale; 2nd cutting grass 3.25-4.75 bale; 2nd cutting mixed 4.50-5.50 bale, 50-65 rd. bale; 2nd cutting alfalfa 6.50 bale; 3rd cutting mixed 57.50 rd. bale; wheat straw 4 bale; firewood 20-55 load; corn 4-7 bag. 118 GOATS — Does 40-525; does with kids 85; bucks 50-450; wethers 25-180.

5 SHEEP — Ewes 50-75; rams 70-80. Bull calves 25-120; heifer calves 30-230; steer calves 100160; steer feeders 400-750; heifers feeders 275-350; pigs 200; ponies 50-185; llamas 30. Rabbits .25-27.50; poultry .2-10; ducks 12-14; geese 17; turkeys 13-16; guineas 9.50; pigeons 3-6; guinea pigs 2. Next Auction, May 3 SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. April 21 81 CALVES — Choice calves 220-290; good calves 175-210; light & thins 60-down; back to farm bulls 220-290, heifers 100320; FEEDERS: steers & bulls 100-180, heifers 100-150. 140 CATTLE — Choice steers 144-153; good steers 130143.50; Holstein steers 100-120; choice heifers 142-151.50; good heifers 130-141.50; good Holstein cows 88-104, yellow and thins 85-down; bulls 90-114. 105 HORSES — Top horse 2,550; top pony 425. FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK

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so quietly in the bright sunshine, I thought about how new babies in the spring bring such hope for the future. Just watch-

ing any baby peacefully sleeping gives you such a feeling of peace, calm and contentment. Hurrah for spring babies!

MOUNT HOPE AUCTION April 23 19 HOGS — 150-175 lbs. 87-91; 250-280 lbs. 84.50-85; sows, light 79. 21 FEEDER PIGS — 30-50 lbs. 40-75; 50-60 lbs. 100-110. 39 FAT CATTLE — Good steers 130-138; choice Holstein steers 120-135; good Holstein steers 110-120; 5 BULLS — 1,000-1,500 lbs. 92.50-112.50; 2,000 lbs. 102.50. 90 COWS — Good 92-114.50; medium-good 84-92; fair-medium 76-84; light-thin 76-down; 117 FEEDERS — Steers and heifers 100-190. 8 DAIRY. 118 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 290-370; good 200-290; common 200-down; back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 lbs. 250-380; crossbred bulls 130290; Jersey/crossbred heifers 150-300. 106 GOATS — Kid 160down; billies 222.50-down; nannies 150-down; wethers 195down. 828 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks



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her registered name will be “Heir To Clu’s Rosanext problem to deal with lie,” and as she is growing was choosing a name. The and learning about things, registered names for cows she is being called “Nosy was always important for Rosy.” me and over the years I There has been a conhad accumulated a long stant stream of friends list of names to choose and relatives to “ooh” from. I also collected and “aah” over Rosalie the names of horses and and she is learning to especially enjoyed some enjoy the attention. The of the names on racing first day she and Zelda forms that a friend gave were let into the barnme, names like “Straw yard she ran around and Stack Sally,” “Jolly Sweet around her mother and Molly,” “Lollypop Lady” then, all of a sudden, just and more. Rosalie was flopped down to rest. As the short name chosen, I watched her sleeping (From Page 12)


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Zeke Miller (left) and David Mast check the Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area map before the April 12 Division of Wildlife’s youth turkey hunt drawing at the Eastern Holmes Sportsman’s Club.

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Brown (From Page 14) I’m here for the sportsmen, and if there’s something wrong, it needs to be addressed.” Brown admitted, though, that he would much rather deal with Wayne Countians on more of a positive note. “I want to be accessible,” said Brown. “I’m definitely here to serve the sportsmen of Wayne County. I’ve also got a wildlife management degree from Hocking College (as well as a degree from Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania.) and I’d like to work with the farmers

of the area. There’s a lot of farm land in Wayne County, and I want to be there to help with deer damage permits and habitat concerns.” Brown intends to check in with the county’s many sportsmen’s clubs and help with recruiting the sportsmen of the future. “I especially love working with youth,” Brown said. “It’s the goal of the Division of Wildlife to get more youth involved in the outdoors, be it in fishing, archery or shooting events.” Brown says that it’s not just the county’s sportsmen that he plans to work with.

“I think talking with the non-hunting groups is important also,” he said. “It goes back to being accessible. “People need to be able to put a face with a name,” he continued. “I want to build a rapport with the people of Wayne County, and I’m definitely looking forward to officially starting.” Brown replaces Jason Warren, who left in September to become the Division’s wildlife officer in Ashtabula County. Replacing Brown in Summit County will be Dan Troyer, who previously worked in Carroll County.

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ing license for $10. A one-day fishing license is also available for $11, an amount that later can be applied toward the cost of an annual fishing license. Fishing licenses are available at bait and tackle stores, outdoor outfitters, major department stores, as well as Ohio’s Free Fishing Days were established in 1993 to promote fishing and allow Ohioans to experience fishing before buying a license. The offer is open to all Ohio residents and extends to all of Ohio’s public waters including Lake Erie and the Ohio River.

Ohioans are encouraged to take advantage of “Free Fishing Days” on May 3-4 and experience the great fishing Ohio has to offer. For these two days only, Ohio anglers may fish in any of the state’s public waters without having to buy a fishing license. During the rest of the year, anglers 16 years and older are required to have a valid fishing license to take fish, frogs or turtles from Ohio waters. An Ohio fishing license is one of the best recreation bargains available, costing only $19 a year for residents. Ohio residents born on or before Dec. 31, 1937, can obtain a free fishing Send in your notes license at any license vendor. Resi- Anyone wishing to announce dents age 66 and older who were born upcoming events can email them to on or after Jan. 1, 1938, are eligible, or fax to obtain a reduced cost senior fish- them to 330-264-1132.


Spring warmth and sunshine are making the world green and to a white tailed deer that is a lot of food. White tailed deer are browsers. Meaning they like to eat a little of this and a little of that. They are not one to stand and eat one source of food until full. This method of eating provides the deer with several advantages. One such advantage is that the survival of deer is not dependent on one type of food. As many home owners know, white tailed deer will eat about any plant and any part of a plant. By consuming these new growth points on plants the deer is resupplying their nutritional needs of calcium and protein. This gets the does ready to provide for the needs of their new fawns. The level of a doe’s nutrition, especially during the final trimester is directly related to a newborn fawn’s survival. After giving birth the does will start nursing and passes on to the fawn the nutrition acquired by the doe. It is important that the fawn absorbs as much of this nutritious milk as possible to get off to a healthy start. To assist the does in getting their fawns off to a great start, provide Buck Buster Mineral. Buck Buster Mineral contains a minimum of 13% calcium, a key mineral necessary for bone development and

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antler growth. Calcium also assist the fawns in developing strong legs to get away from predators. By providing a supplemental calcium for the doe, she is able to pass onto the fawn what the fawn needs without depleting her own body of this valuable mineral. Buck Buster Mineral also contains Phosphorus, Magnesium and Zinc, three minerals that work with calcium to assist in the rapid skeletal and muscle growth of the fawn. Fawns can gain a half pound of body weight each day and a body growing that fast also needs vitamins like A, D and E, also found in Buck Buster Mineral. Data shows that malnourished does will generally give birth to smaller and weaker fawns. Fawns that weigh less than five pounds at birth, generally die within a few days because they are too weak to stand and nurse, or their mother abandons them because they produce no milk. With at least 45% salt, Buck Buster Mineral provides the salt necessary to assist the doe in retaining fluids needed for milk production. While doing this the doe still needs to maintain the nutritional needs for their own body. For this reason Buck Buster Mineral is very beneficial to deer in the spring, especially the does.

Buck Buster Mineral contains Selenium Yeast. In this form, rather than in the mineral form, it has been shown to have beneficial effects on the deer’s immune status, growth, and reproduction. Selenium offers helpful protection against various infectious diseases. Fawns will start to nibble on plants at about two weeks of age, Buck Buster Mineral can assist in meeting the fawn’s selenium needs not normally found in many of Ohio’s plants. This is especially true for buck fawns since they need more nutrition during the first four months of age in comparison to doe fawns. The consumption of selenium by deer has been show to produce larger bodies. Buck Buster Mineral is unique in the fact that it contains several organic herbs. One is Cinnamic Aldehyde, an organic compound that has been shown to prevent oral bacterial growth by more than 50% and can reduce anaerobic bacteria by about 43%, creating a healthy digestive system for the deer. Two herbs in Buck Buster Mineral assist in keeping insects off the deer, garlic and anethole. Garlic has been shown to reduce the number of ticks and deerflies on deer. It also aides in keeping gnats away from the deer,

an important trait that can help prevent the spread of “Blue Tongue Disease”. Deer that are not continually bothered by ticks, flies and gnats are generally more comfortable and calmer. A comfortable deer: eats more, puts on more body weight and antler growth, are healthy and easier to hunt over. Place the Buck Buster Mineral close to the deer’s feeding area so they will utilize both at the same time. Deposit about ten pounds onto a stump or log that has been notched by a saw. This will allow the mineral to better cling to the wood, providing easy access to the deer. Weather will leach the minerals down into the wood rather than into the ground. Remember deer like to and are designed to eat plants. The deer will lick and gnaw away at the stump or log now saturated with mineral. Placing your mineral on the ground weathers the minerals deeper and deeper into the ground. This forces the deer to dig the minerals out of the ground and consume soil, a substance they are not designed to eat. More on that topic in the next article. Remember, larger fawns means larger bucks and larger racks. Buckeye Innovative Solutions LLC encourages you to become a Buck Buster!

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MADE BY HAND — Class members proudly show small baskets they made by hand at the third Thursday Craft Night at Sol’s in Berlin on April 17. Instructor Pat Kandel-Simpson led the way and helped guide 17 participants to completing a small basket of their own. The goal of the new craft night series is to provide a creative outlet in the community where individuals can learn new skills, connect with others and get inspired.

The Holmes County Historical Society and Cultural Center will present a Mother’s Day High Tea on Saturday, May 10, at 2 p.m. at the Castle Club Banquet Center, located just south of the Victorian House Museum. The Mother’s Day High Tea is based on British high teas, which are a lighter than a luncheontype fare, and offers savory items such as finger sandwiches, scones and sweets and various teas. The event is designed to celebrate the special relationships Mothers share with their children, with teas by World Cup Teas. The event is $20 per person in advance, nonrefundable after Friday, May 2. To confirm seating, reservations must be paid no later than May 2. To reserve seats, which may be paid for by credit card, call the Holmes County Historical Society at 330674-0022.

County Humane Society. Dogs are welcome, provided they are on a short leash; participants with dogs will have to sign a waiver. The 5k race will begin at 9 a.m. (register between 8-8:45 a.m.). The 1-Mile Fun Walk will begin at 10 a.m. (no registration). Entry fees are: $20 for pre-registered 5k participants (forms and payment must be received by May 2); $25 for sameday registration for 5k participants; and $10 for the 1-Mile Fun Walk (includes pre-registered and sameday sign ups). Children 5 and younger are free. All pre-registered paid participants will receive a T-shirt (same-day registrants while supplies last). Children 5 and younger will not receive a shirt. Prizes will be awarded to the fastest overall male, fastest overall female and best dressed pet. To participate in this event, visit and click on the 5k run link under the News tab. An electronic version of the flier is available there. You may also call 330-6741584, Ext. 1763 and a form can be mailed or faxed to you at your request. Mail completed participation form and payment to: Pomerene Hospital, ATTN: Public Relations, 981 Wooster Road, Millersburg, OH 44654. Make checks payable to: HCHS.

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ing will be Thursday, May 15, at 6 p.m. at the Holmes County Training Center, 8001 Township Road 574, Holmesville.

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The Holmes County Veterans Service Center will be accepting applications for assistance for May through Training Center noon on Friday, May 16. The Veterans Service Board to meet Commission board meetThe Holmes County ing will be held Monday, Board of Developmental May 19 at 6:30 p.m. Disabilities regular meet- Office hours are Monday, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Tuesday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The Service Center will be closed on Monday, May 26, in observance of Memorial Day.





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Millersburg Eagles to hold golf outing Millersburg Eagles Aerie 2418 is hosting a golf outing at Black Diamond Golf Course on May 31 with tee off from 9-11:30 a.m. Teams (consisting of four players) must pre-register by May 17. Cost is $55 per golfer and $5 skins (optional). Cost includes a steak dinner after the tournament. (In addition to the dinner included, sandwiches will be provided at the turn.) Proceeds benefit Relay for Life. For more information or to register, call James Patterson at 330231-6301.

June Wilmot Fire to hold spring raffle Wilmot Fire & Rescue will hold its spring raffle drawing Friday, June 2 at 6 p.m. at the blood drive. Winner need not be present. Prizes include a Stihl gas chainsaw, Stihl weedeater and a Stihl gas handheld blower. Proceeds go toward a new grass truck. For information, 330-359-5995.

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The Holmes County Park District is currently accepting registrations for the youth track program, which is open to children ages 4-12 (or leaving sixth grade). The fee is $20. Deadline for registration is May 7. A $5 late fee will be assessed for any registration forms received after May 7. The first practice of the youth track season will be held Monday, May 5, at 6

p.m. at West Holmes High School. The second practice will be held Wednesday, May 7, at 6 p.m., at Hiland High School. Registration forms and a complete schedule are available at the Park District website: or at the Park District office located at 1 Trail Drive, Millersburg. For more information, call 330-6743353.

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Cruise-In organized by SkillsUSA students Car owners and fanciers can expect the usual display of classic and customized vehicles when they attend Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center’s 11th annual “Cruise-In” May 3 on the school grounds on state Route 60 just north of Hayesville. However, there also are some big changes that may not be evident to most of the people who attend. “The students did absolutely everything this year,” said Auto Body Technology instructor Nick Houmard. Students in the SkillsUSA club associated with the program designed and distributed the posters, made arrangements for a food service vendor and a DJ, secured donat-

ed items for participant “goodie bags” and door prizes and distributed fliers. “It’s great because they get ownership of the event,” Houmard said. “Some of the students have never been to a car show before so having the cars come here for something they set up is ecstatic for them.” Students also made a number of suggestions to improve the Cruise-In, such as using past registration lists to mail fliers to everyone who has had a car in the show for the past two years. The flier was designed by junior Meghan Dawson and printed by the Career Center’s Graphic Communications class. Another change will be

in the judging. Only four trophies will be given out for best interior, best paint, best bike and best in show and the students will do the judging. “They know paint, they know body work from working in the shop so they’re very qualified to do the judging,” Houmard explained. “We tried to keep it simple. We’re getting back to what a cruise-in should be rather than a car show.” Students also did all the soliciting for the trophies and more than 90 door prizes as well as the “goodie bags” and dash plaques that will go to the owners of the first 100 cars registered. CarQuest Auto Parts is sponsoring the trophies and dash

plaques this year while at least 10 other businesses contributed items for the goodie bags. “One of the good things about having the students working on the show is that we have kids from Mapleton to Holmes County so we can cover a wide area with our fliers and have people to pick up door prizes from three counties,” Houmard said. “There are so many local businesses that help and donate every year and without them we couldn’t do the show.” DJ “Rockin’ Bob” will provide music from the ’50s to the ’70s while Celebrations by Sallie will be the Cruise-In food vendor. Students from Graphic Communications will be selling

T-shirts with heat transfer graphics during the event. Proceeds from the T-shirt sales and the $5 car registration donations will go into SkillsUSA club accounts and be used in the programs. In the past, Auto Body students have used the money to buy metal shaping tools, different paint guns and specialty paints such as candies and pearls. “It actually gives them more experience in the shop at the same time,” Houmard said. “Altogether, it’s leadership and community service for them and it shows them how to lead an event. They’re learning without knowing it and they’re having fun.”

This year’s Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center Cruise-In is for all makes and models of vehicles and will run from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Houmard said the students decided to shorten the event by two hours, noting that many of the people who come to see the cars usually come early. The Cruise-In also will be held rain or shine. “We really don’t have enough time for a rain date because we’re trying to do the event while school is still in session and we only have a few weeks left,” Houmard explained. Anyone who has questions or wants more information can call Houmard at the school at 419-289-3313, Ext. 2261.

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men for their next three years in high school,” Robson explained. Expanding the program works hand in hand with the renewed emphasis on school safety, Robson added, “because mental health issues are an important, but often neglected, component in addressing long-term safety concerns—for the youth in particular, who are so vital and who are in the process of changing so much.” The grant covers two fiscal years—2014 and

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Pomerene receives positive report on finances

School brief ACWH student earns second place Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center SkillsUSA students participated in state competition in Columbus on April 15. Codee Bebout-Valentine, Loudonville senior, earned second place in Computer Maintenance. Bebout-Valentine is the son of Donal and Kristi Valentine and resides in Danville. Robert Bonazza is Networking & Electronics Technologies instructor/SkillsUSA adviser. Other SkillsUSA advisers are Kelly Ferguson and Molly Shea.

added, noting that the supply cost was down 4 percent from last year. “I would say, despite some lower volume and our overall gross revenue being somewhat lower, we have continued to cut costs while achieving positive patient satisfaction and high quality



Chief Financial Officer Jason Justus had positive news for the Pomerene hospital board at their meeting Thursday, April 24, walking through a report on the hospital’s first quarter finances, as well as the completion of the 2013 fiscal audit. The board can be happy on both counts, according to Justus. Although the gross revenue for fiscal year 2014 is a little lower than last year’s first quarter total — at 14.1 million compared

to 14.3 million — Justus noted the hospital has still “been able to be really efficient in terms of net revenue.” So far, the hospital has approximately $435,000 in net revenue. Another strength of the hospital “continues to be expense control,” Justus



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clinical outcomes,” said Justus. In regard to the 2013 fiscal audit, Justus said the hospital had received positive feedback, and that there weren’t any major corrections that had to be made — that there were no negative findings. The hospital also

received high marks for cooperating fully with the auditors. “I think it was a tremendous audit,” concluded Justus. Supporting the perspective voiced by Justus, Daniel Mathie, president of the Board of Trustees, said he thought the audit was

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Watershed district assessments to be cut in half By BOBBY WARREN Staff Writer Property owners in the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District, which includes Holmes, Wayne and Ashland counties, will see assessments cut in half beginning in 2015, thanks to money

generated by gas and oil leases. Board members approved reducing the assessment April 18, but they will continue to review financial reports in coming years, leaving open the possibility of adjusting the assessments, depending upon whether

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continue as planned,” the release stated. About $350 million has been committed by the MWCD board over the next 20 years to cover its obligations related to upgrades and maintenance for the system of reservoirs and dams in the Muskingum River Watershed and for updates to its recreational facilities. The board also is looking to establish a revolving loan fund to help with projects. See Pg. 23 — HALF

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Fredericksburg Sen. Portman encourages local government to self-police By BRANDON ZAFFINI Staff Writer WALNUT CREEK — At the Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek on Friday, U.S. Senator Rob Portman stressed the importance of local governments and industries continuing to “police themselves.” The occasion for Portman’s remarks was the annual meeting of the Eastern Ohio Development Alliance, for which he delivered the keynote address. Portman drew attention to “The Senate Republican Plan for Creating Jobs and Prosperity,” officially titled “Jobs for America,” as an example of where

the attention and efforts of American politicians should be — on revitalizing the economy and regaining a competitive edge across the world. The Republican plan has a whole section devoted to energy, Portman noted, because that area “has always been a huge boost to the economy in the United States,” and is especially relevant to Ohio’s economy and the work of the EODA. To prevent excessive government oversight in issues related to energy production and distribution, Portman recommended that local officials continue to regulate themselves — to “do it right so we can keep

doing it.” “What goes on here in Ohio is very different from what goes on in Oklahoma or North Dakota,” said Portman. “The geography and people are dissimilar, and we have a different population density. So we need to be safe, and I believe we are. But we got to be darn sure the Feds don’t step in and provide a one-size-fits-all solution for the state of Ohio. We want to control our own destiny with our own safe regulations.” Asked to address evidence linking hydraulic fracturing to earthquakes in northeast Ohio, Portman said he saw the incident in question as more

of an “outlier.” Ohio’s handling of the gas industry has long been viewed “as a model for other states,” he noted, and for good reason, with the recent controversy being a case and point. “The response by the Ohio government was quick and efficient,” Portman said, “and people need to know that. But the last thing we need is the Federal government coming in and imposing regulations that harm the state.” Domestic energy production is just one area where there is room for future economic development. Portman also singled out mid-stream infrastructure — the transportation of

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Shreve American Legion Auxiliary, Forest Post No. 67 met April 16. Legion member Thomas

Boughton requested the auxiliary take part in the Memorial Day ceremony by performing the wreath “Laying at Sea” portion of the service. The auxiliary will provide a patriotic wreath that will be set adrift in the water honoring those servicemen lost at sea. The sign-up sheet for Poppy Days sales was passed, to be held in Shreve May 16 and 17. Money raised is used directly toward veteran services. A report was given on the auxiliary’s recent women’s self-defense workshop that was held at the Post. There was $70 collected to be donated to Every Woman’s House in Wooster. Also discussed was Operation Enduring Gratitude. The auxiliary will help coordinate and

pack boxes to be sent to men and women serving in the Armed Forces in honor of Memorial Day. Items or donations, to help defray the cost of postage, can be dropped off at the Legion or mailed to Shreve American Legion Post No. 67, P.O. Box 613, Shreve, OH 44676. A list of suggested items for these boxes can be seen on the Shreve Legion Facebook page. An Easter-themed quarter auction was held with proceeds going to the Ohio Auxiliary Emergency Fund. More than $41 was raised, with members Jane Bilek and Jacki Chamberlain donating prizes. Members worked on completing annual reports that will be sent into the See Pg. 25 — CLUBS



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Immunization clinics 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 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. First and third Monday’s from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-6:30 p.m.) — Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, 2619 Township Road 144, Walnut Creek, Tuesday, May 13 and May 27, 8:30-11:30 a.m. — St. John’s Lutheran Church, 8084 State Route 241, Mount Hope, Wednesday, May 7 and

Holmes bookmobile Monday — Honey Ridge, 12:15-1 p.m.; Alpine Meadow School, 1:15-2 p.m.; Winesburg Public, 2:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday — Stony Point Community, County Road 229, 1-2 p.m.; Tower View School, 2:30-3:45 p.m.; Jonas Miller, State Route 241, 4-4:30 p.m.; Beechvale, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday — Chestnut Ridge, 9-11:30 a.m.; Walnut Hills Nursing Home, 12:30-1:30 p.m.; Troyer’s Trail, State Route 515, 12:40-1:20 p.m.; Walnut

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MISS POPPY — Trinity Ramseyer, a junior member of Millersburg American Legion Post No. 192 and the daughter of Brian and Leah Ramseyer, Millersburg, is Miss Poppy 2014 for the post. May 10 is Poppy Day in the village and the Legion Auxiliary will be the sponsor. Members will distribute poppies at businesses that day from 9 a.m.-noon. All donations will be used to benefit veterans in the Holmes County area.

Hills Retirement, 1:452:30 p.m.; Nature’s Food Market, 3-6 p.m. Thursday — Charm Elementary, 9:15-9:45 a.m.; Flat Ridge Elementary, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Sharp Run School, 1:30-2 p.m.; Abe Yoder Jr., Township Road 355, 2:30-3:30 p.m.; Nashville Public, 3-4:20 p.m.; Killbuck Public, 4:45-6:30 p.m. Friday — Walnut Creek Elementary, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; Marcus Miller, County Road 141, 2:453:15 p.m.

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Mother’s Day High Tea planned The Holmes County Historical Society and Cultural Center will present a Mother’s Day High Tea on Saturday, May 10, at 2 p.m. at the Castle Club Banquet Center, located just south of the Victorian House Museum. The Mother’s Day High Tea is based on British high teas, which are lighter than luncheon-type fare, and offers savory items such as finger sandwiches, scones and sweets and various teas. The event is designed to celebrate the special relationships Mothers share with their children, with teas by World Cup Teas. The event is $20 per person in advance, nonrefundable after Friday, May 2. To confirm seating, reservations must be paid no later than May 2. To reserve seats, which may be paid for by credit card, call the Holmes County Historical Society at 330674-0022.

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family farm. She always had a talent for music and loved to play the piano. She began playing for church services at the age of nine and continued playing every Sunday for 70 years. She was a member of First Church of Christ in Killbuck, where she sang and directed the choir. She continued her music by singing in the Sweet Adelines for 22 1/2 years. While in Sweet Adelines she belonged to different quartets. She enjoyed traveling and singing in competitions. Paulene had always been active and service minded in the community. She volunteered her time for such things as teaching Sunday school for 15 years, being a 4-H adviser, she was a Boy and Girl Scout troop leader, and contributed to the planning of Killbuck Early American Days and Holmes County Antique Festivals. She was a member of Ohio Historical Society in Columbus, Holmes County Historical Society in Millersburg and Sorority in Killbuck. She also was a volunteer at Historical House in Millersburg and was one of the first EMT’s in Holmes County. She worked for Killbuck Equipment/John Deere for 23 years. Then she went to Ascot in Killbuck, where she retired. Paulene enjoyed working outdoors, mowing and gardening. She always enjoyed being with her

family and she loved people. She enjoyed giving and helping anyone she could. She would say many time “You only get back out of life what you give away.” She had many things to be proud of however, one of her greatest accomplishments was taking part of and the publishing of the 1998 Holmes County History Book. She had always enjoyed history but working on that book brought history to life. Surviving are children Rebecca (Neven) Croft-Root of Wooster, David (Kim) Croft and Tina (Jim) Hall, both of Millersburg, and Pamela (Ralph) Deal of Wooster; nine grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; sisters Helen Taylor of Killbuck, Jeannette (Jerald) Wells of Cadiz and June (David) Lingenfelter of Holmesville; and a brother, George (Valerie) Myers of Blissfield. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a sister, Evelyn Mullet.

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Ind., Darrel (Kathy) Schott of Oregon, Dennis (Linda) Schott of Elkhart, Ind., Debra (Robert) Mason of Elkhart, Ind., Diana (Rusty) Dial of Glenmont and Dawn Messick of Elkhart, Ind.; 13 grandchildren; and approximately 60 great- and great-greatgrandchildren. He was preceded in death by his brother, Robert Schott, who was killed at Pearl Harbor.

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Thrifty to Nifty Tips to make your tax refund work harder for you (BPT) — Many Americans expected to receive a refund this tax season, or have already gotten theirs. For many families, tax season is just one part of a broader financial picture for an overall budget. Forty-five percent of Americans expect to receive a refund this year, according to a survey released by TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation (NYSE: AMTD). Of those receiving a refund, more than 60 percent plan to save or invest the money. The rest say they will use the refund to pay off debt, spend it on discretionary items or on necessities. “Contributing lump sums like year-end bonuses or tax refunds is one way to bolster a retirement account,” says Lule Demmissie, managing director of retirement guidance for TD Ameritrade Inc., a broker dealer subsidiary

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2. Make catch-up contributions — Investors who are age 50 and older by the end of 2014 can make a catch-up contribution to their retirement accounts. The IRS has information on contribution amounts allowed. 3. Invest in the children — Families with children can open or add investments in a 529, Coverdell or custodial educational savings account. These accounts are designed for financing post-secondary education expenses. Some states provide tax benefits for 529 and Coverdell accounts. 4. Pay down debt — Reducing — or paying off entirely — the amount of high-interest-rate debt owed can result in significantly more money available over the long term. 5. Invest in the home — Making energy-efficient improvements not only can help reduce opera-

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Clay Stutzman to bowl for Wright State University By KEVIN LYNCH Sports Writer Clay Stutzman accomplished about all he could for a youth bowler here in Holmes County. He owns the house record for youth bowlers at Spare Time Lanes for both a 799 series and a 299 game.

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signing ceremony for top recruits. We’re super excited. We know he doesn’t have a high school program, so to find a guy like Clay, we had to flush him out of the woods, so to speak. We are absolutely stoked that he chose Wright State.” There are 15 members on the bowling team and this year’s team lost three seniors and another bowler to grades. “The guys coming back can’t put their balls away until summer. They are going to have to step up their games or step aside,” Fleck said. “We’ll keep two teams. We can bowl up to eight guys on a team. We can substitute freely. The goal is, by the end of the season, to be in the top eight. They go to sectionals, and then the top four out of that go to nationals.” The coach likens his current recruiting class to the one of a few years back that did so well for the Raiders. “Our last group of seniors all came in as freshmen and they bonded and worked together, and by junior and senior year, they got to nationals.

I think we’re in the same scenario again,” Fleck said. “These guys have a lot of talent and should make a huge impact on the program.” Fleck says he likes Stutzman’s make-up. “His demeanor is great. What I like about Clay is, he’s very level-headed, which is great,” Fleck said. “You want kids who understand what it’s all about. Our program is family-oriented, and team-oriented, and since we don’t have scholarships, our team is kind of a blue collar team. We work hard. We travel together, we hang together at tournaments, even parents. When we go to dinner, everybody is invited. He’s a good kid with a good family, and that’s what we like.” For Stutzman, his 15 years of bowling have paid off. “We started when he was 3-years-old in the junior league, bowling the bumpers,” his father, Matt Stutzman said. “For him, early on, I could tell he enjoyed it, and he had a natural ability. See Pg. 34 — BOWL

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Snyder shines in final high school hoops appearance Anyone who has had the pleasure of watching West Holmes’ Laina Snyder play basketball over the years would not be surprised by the MVP effort she turned in to lead the Div. I-II North All-Stars to a 95-48 thumping of the South All-Stars Sunday in the second game of four All-Star clashes at Ohio Dominican University. Snyder yanked down 12 rebounds, hit 4-of-5 shots from the floor for eight points and ignited several fastbreak baskets with her hard work and hustle on the boards. She finished with four assists. “That’s Laina. She just makes things happen,” West Holmes coach Lisa Patterson said. “And she did it on fumes. She had prom last night.” Snyder admitted she got off to a slow start. “Omigosh, after the first few minutes, you wouldn’t think that I would be the MVP,” Snyder said. “It took me a little while to wake up from prom. It’s quite an honor. I thought a lot of the other girls deserved it.” The North jumped out to an 8-0 lead and led 14-3 before Snyder even entered the game, alongside future Ashland University teammate Julie Worley. “It was a lot of fun working with Julie to see what we’re going to have next year,” Snyder said. The North completely dominated the battle of

who were better than me. I just had to know Kevin my role. My shots were Lynch falling today, and that’s always good.” Staff Writer Hochstetler knew her role, even though she didn’t get to practice the boards, ripping down with the team because of 66 rebounds, including 30 prom. The North opened up offensive boards, as Snyder and Worley combined a 16-point lead at the for 17 offensive rebounds, half (49-33) as Besancon which led to several sec- ignited a 5-0 run with a 3-pointer and a layup, ond-chance points. and Hochsteter added “That shows on the scoreboard,” Snyder said a five-point run of her own to help jump-start The North ran away the offense in the second in the second half, turnhalf. ing the 53-28 halftime “Competing against lead into a 40-plus point these girls all season and advantage. throughout high school, Div. III-IV Girls Game it is so cool to get to play with all these great playThe North All-Star ers,” Hochstetler said. “It team in the Div. III-IV was so much fun. Everygame was so stacked, it one was creating shots had the luxury of bringfor everyone else, and the ing Regina Hochstetler players are so good, they and Olivia Besancon off were able to create some the bench. on their own.” The two stars from “There’s a lot of great Hiland and Smithville, talent here. It’s very respectively, provided exciting to be picked to plenty of firepower off play here,” Besancon the bench to help the added. “There are a lot of North to a 89-62 victory great basketball players in the first game of the Ohio High School Coach- who are continuing on their careers in college. It es Assocation’s annual was a really fun weekend All-Star Classic. Hochstetler and Besan- meeting the new girls and getting to play with difcon combined for 25 points off the bench, with ferent people.” Haley Horstman, who Hochstetler’s 13 taking will be heading to Unigame scoring honors. versity of Findlay to play “I didn’t come off the next season, was named bench very often this the MVP for the North. season, and when I did, it usually meant I was in She scored 10 points on 5-of-8 shooting, grabbed foul trouble,” Besancon six rebounds and added said. “But there were a two assists. lot of great players, kids “The girls did a tremendous job,” co-coach Gary Isler of Canton Central Catholic said. With baseball back on the field, let’s pause to Garaway’s Courtney remember Virgil Trucks, a great name in its own right, made better by his nickname – Fire. Trucks was a Putt also enjoyed a big right-handed pitcher who helped steer Detroit to the game for the North 1945 World Series and won 177 games in his career. squad. Putt added nine But his oddest year – one of the strangest in major points and an assist for league history – occurred in 1952, when Trucks won just five games and lost 19. But get this – of those the winners, who had six meager five wins, two were no-hitters and a third was different players score in a one-hitter. Trucks died in 2013 at age 95. double digits. Scott Piercy has been making golf history. Who?


Scott Piercy, the answer to this question: Who won the largest single-event check in golf history? Piercy came off the Hooters Tour to capture the $2 million Ultimate Game in 2007 at the Wynn Golf Club in Las Vegas. He finally made the big Tour in 2009, but did nothing until the third round of the 2011 Reno-Tahoe Open, when out of nowhere he dropped eight straight birdies and shot 61, going on to his first win. And since the start of 2012, Piercy shot 64 or lower seven times – as many as Tiger Woods, Phil Michelson and Rory McIlroy combined. Midway though the 2013-14 NBA season, Miami’s LeBron James became the 22nd player in league history to score 60 points in a single game. But only four players have posted at least 60 multiple times in their careers. Can you name them? No surprises if you’re a basketball fan – Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain, Elgin Baylor and Kobe Bryant. But who did it the most? Wilt the Stilt, an astonishing 31 times.

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Above, Hiland’s Regina Hochstetler is stuffed by Jenna Burdette during the Div. III-IV All Star girls basketball game at Ohio Dominican’s Alumni Hall in Columbus Sunday. Hochstetler came off the bench to lead the North team with 15 points. In the photo on the right, West Holmes’ Laina Snyder is presented an autographed ball after being named MVP of the Div. I-II Girls Ohio North-South All-Star Game. Snyder scored eight points on 4-of-5 shooting, pulled down 12 rebounds and also came away with four assists and two steals in a 95-48 North win over the South.

Arnold enjoys all-star experience By KEVIN LYNCH Sports Writer West Holmes’ Brady Arnold could not remember the last time he watched a game he was playing in come down to a final shot, and he wasn’t even on the floor to take it. But when your teammates are players bound for Ohio State (like Garfield Heights’ 6-foot-10 David

Bell) or Purdue (like Elida’s Dakota Mathias), or any number of the North All-Stars playing in the Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association Div. I-II North-South All-Star game, it was easy to understand how the final seconds of the game played out. When Arnold’s five left the floor with just under five minutes remaining in the game, the North

trailed 86-84. The West Holmes star was part of the starting five, and the players rotated every five minutes during the two 20-minutes halves. Arnold scored four points on 2-of4 shooting. He basically brought the ball up the court and dished it inside to one of the big guys. See Pg. 33 — ARNOLD

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Arnold (From Page 32) The North came up short, 102-100, in by far the most exciting game of the day. The Div. IIIIV game was a 20-point blowout, with the South winning that one as well. It seemed each time either big-school team would build some momentum and try to pull ahead, the other squad would hit a couple of 3-pointers and be right back in the game. Both the North and South squads hit 11 3-pointers in the finale. The winners made 11-of-26, while the North managed 11-of-34, including the final attempt at the buzzer. The South committed two costly turnovers in the final 20 seconds of the game, with Bell converting one of them to trim the lead to 102-100 with 12 seconds remaining. The South brought the ball up the court and was fouled, forcing them to inbound the ball with four seconds remaining. A traveling call on the inbounds play gave the North one last chance, and Bell found Longwood University-bound Ryan Badowski of Brunswick open on the wing. Badowski was able to get off

West Holmes’ Brady Arnold uses some fancy dribbling during the Div. I-II Boys Ohio NorthSouth All-Star Game at Ohio Dominican’s Alumni Hall in Columbus Sunday. a clean look at a 3 at the buzzer, but his shot came up empty. Massillon Jackson’s Evan Bailey, a College of Charleston recruit kept the North in the game with three second-half 3-pointers. He finished with 15 points. Cameron Kuhn of Vermillion paced the North attack with 18 points. The MVP honors of the game went to South’s

Javon Bess of Gahanna Lincoln, who poured in 28 points on 11-of-19 shots from the floor, including four 3-pointers. Bess will be playing for Michigan State next season. Steve Mehalik of Brecksville, was co-coach of the North with Tom McBride of Uniontown Lake. “You just try to stay out of their way,” Mehalik said. “These guys are so talented. But for all that talent, they were very coachable. It was great to see them play. You think in an all-star game there isn’t going to be much defense, but both teams got after it. It was a fun game to coach and I think for the fans that were here, it was a fun game to watch.” Even for Arnold, who was not used to watching much basketball during his playing days at West Holmes. “It was really fun. It was a nice weekend,” Arnold said. “I got to come out and play with some really good players. It was a good game. “It was fun bonding with some of these guys,” Kevin Lynch photo Arnold added. “We had a West Holmes’ Ethan Meyer enjoyed a big week on the tennis court as he good time this weekend at the hotel and at the helped the Knights sweep Triway at second singles, and teamed with his brother, Tim, to defeat Lexington at first doubles. brunch this morning.”

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his game. He’s put a lot of time in over the years and all those practice hours paid off.” Clay says his father deserves a lot of the credit for his bowling success. “I really owe it all to my dad. He’s been my coach forever,” Clay Stutzman said. “There’s nothing like having my dad as my coach. The stuff I’ve learned from him, not

“He’s excelled in every sport he’s played. Baseball, he played in the Final 4 at state for West Holmes. Football, he was honorable mention All-Ohio this year,” his father continued. “Bowling was just something that he loved to do. He enjoys practicing. He’s a quick learner and he enjoys working on

only as a father, but on the lanes, that stuff is a big step up on the competition.” Bowling has been a big part of his father’s life. Matt Stutzman has authored several 300 games in his career and he says his son’s abilities have exceeded his. “He can hold his own,” Matt said. “We bowled an adult-junior tournament

in Dayton last weekend, and during qualifying, he was +80 and I was only +20. I rode him through qualifying and we made it through to the round of 32. Then we made it to the round of 16 before we got bumped out. “That was against some of the best junior bowlers in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Pennsylvania. There were a lot of qual-

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West Holmes senior Clay Stutzman shakes hands with Wright State bowling coach Jeff Fleck after signing his letter of intent to bowl for the Raiders. Stutzman’s father, Matt, who has served as his son’s coach since he took up bowling at the age of 3, looks on.

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venience store and then worked at PPG Industries before answering the call to the ministry. In 1975, he became the first pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church in Big Prairie and an ordained minister in November of that year. The Rev. and Mrs. Connor served faithfully for 30 years, with him retiring at the age of 80. Del was a member of First Baptist Church, Hammond, Ind., and formerly was a member of Bunkerhill Baptist Church in Butler, before moving to Indiana. Pastor Connor lived what he taught, a man with great integrity. The principles by which he lived his life, both personal and professional, were completely modeled after his Saviour, Jesus Christ. He touched the lives of many people with the monthly newsletter he published, The Gospel Evangel, as well as writing a poem each morning for his wife. He demonstrated unconditional love to his children and will be deeply missed by his family and friends. Friends may call today (Thursday, May 1) from 5-7 p.m. at Roberts Funeral Home, Sherwood Chapel, and a service celebrating the life and ministry of pastor Del Connor will be held on Friday at 11 a.m. at Roberts Funeral Home, Sherwood Chapel, Wooster, by his close personal friend Dr. C.B. Gomez. Military rites will follow in Sherwood Memorial Gardens. Online condolences to the family may be made at

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a brother, Wayne Ballard of Coshocton. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents and sisters, Ann Phillips, Dorothy Holland and Naomi Ballard. Graveside services will be today (Thursday, May 1) at 2 p.m. in Maple Grove Cemetery, Marshallville, with Craig Hewitt officiating. Arrangements are being handled by Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton. A memorial website has been created by the funeral home and may be accessed at where you may share a memory or sign the guestbook. Memorial contributions may be made to Paint Township Fire & Rescue Association, P.O. Box 176, Mount Eaton 44659.

Allen ‘Wayne’ Slayton, 62 Allen “Wayne” Slayton, 62, of Mansfield, formerly of Orrville, died unexpectedly on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at his residence. Wayne was born on April 18, 1951 in Martings Hollow, West Virginia, to Lonzo and Ella Lee (Boggs) Slayton and married Rebecca Rufener on June 12, 1970 in River Styx. Rebecca died on February 22, 2011. He graduated from Orrville High School, Class of 1970, and worked as a tool maker for Shaffer Valve Company for 30 years, retiring in 2000. Wayne enjoyed work, fishing and especially spending time with his grandchildren. Surviving are two sons, Chris (Kerri) Slayton of Orrville and Jon (Amanda) Slayton of Orrville; grandchildren, Katy, Nicholas, and Brock Slayton; and two brothers, Dale (Deb) Slayton of Burbank and Charlie (Charlotte) Slayton of Killbuck.




Frances L. Mast, 94, Walnut Creek, formerly of Farmerstown, died Monday, April 28, 2014, at Pomerene Hospital in Millersburg. She was born Oct. 11, 1919, in Holmes County to the late Orus and Iva (Hostetler) Miller, and married Gerald Mast on March 22, 1941. He preceded her in death on June 14, 1982. She was co-owner of Farmerstown Elevator, volunteered and co-managed Global Crafts in Walnut Creek, and had worked at both Schlabach Store and Country Store in Walnut Creek. Frances was a life member of Walnut Creek Mennonite Church. Surviving are a son, Murray (Jan) Mast of Canton; daughters Ann (Scott) McGowan of California and Teresa Davis of Utah; nine grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Ruth Starner of Walnut Creek. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by sons Gerald D. “Gary” Mast and Jeffrey L. Mast; a grandson, Gerald Patrick “Rick” Mast; her parents; an infant

brother, Tommy Miller; a brother, Howard Miller; a sister-in-law, Norma Miller; and a brother-in-law, Raymond Starner. A Celebration of Life service will be held today (Thursday, May 1) at 11 a.m. at Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, with pastor Don Hamsher officiating. Private family burial will be in the church cemetery prior to services. Arrangements are being handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home, Sugarcreek. To share a memory and sign the guest register visit Memorial contributions may be made to LifeCare Hospice of Holmes County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691.

Roman Mullet, 67 In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by an infant sister, Connie Slayton; and both parents. Services were held on Wednesday, April 16, at Auble Funeral Home in Orrville. Burial took place at Burbank Cemetery in Burbank. Online registry and expressions of condolence may be made at the funeral home’s website at www. Memorials may be made to help defray funeral expenses, c/o Auble Funeral Home, 512 E. Oak St., Orrville, OH 44667.

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Roman Edward Mullet, 67, Gerber Valley Road, Sugarcreek, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Friday evening, April 18, 2014, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born Jan. 27, 1947, in Sugarcreek to Amanda (Yoder) Mullet of Walnut Creek and the late Roman J. Mullet. On June 14, 1969, he was married to Wilma (Schrock) Mullet who survives. Along with his wife of 45 years, Ed is survived by their three daughters, Michele (Daniel) Gingerich, Sugarcreek, and Mari Jo (Kim) Mast and Kara (Lavon) Schrock, both of Colorado Springs, Colo.; two brothers, Andy (Edith) Mullet, Lott, Texas, and Bill (Ellen) Mullet, Walnut Creek; two sisters, Ruth Yoder, Lewisburg, Pa., and Rosa Mullet, Sugarcreek; and 17 grandchildren. In addition to his father, Ed was preceded in death by his brother-in-law, James Yoder, Pennsylvania. Ed was a loving and caring husband, father, grandfather and friend to many. He was general manager of Sugarcreek Lumber for 17 years. In July 1997, he began employment as vice president of operations of ProVia Door, and

he worked in this capacity until February 2013, when he retired and took a parttime position with the company, where he served until his death. He served with Christian character and compassion and gained the love and respect of all who worked with him. Ed was a faithful member of the Sharon Mennonite Church, where he served as an elder for five years. He will be greatly missed by his family, church and business associates and all who knew him. Services were Tuesday, April 22 at the Sharon Mennonite Church, 1717 County Road 140, Sugarcreek, with Pastor Ed Yoder officiating. Burial was in Cherry Ridge Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home at Sugarcreek. www.smithfuneral. com

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LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Columbus, Ohio Division of Construction Management Legal Copy Number: 148009 Sealed proposals will be a c c e p t e d f r o m pre-qualified bidders at the ODOT Office of Contracts until 10:00 a.m. on May 22, 2014. Project 148009 is located in Holmes County, US 62 18.35 and is a CULVERT REPLACEMENT project. The date set for completion of this work shall be as set forth in the bidding proposal. Plans and Specifications are on file in the Department of Transportation. Publish Holmes County Hub Shopper May 1, 8, 2014

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220 Construction Equipment WANTED- EXPERIENCED finish painter. Part time to full time . Must have valid drivers license and vehicle. Please call 330-473-8470.


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400 West Nassau St. (Rt. 30) East Canton 330-639-4989

BaSEmENt SalE may 8-9-10 thur. & Fri. 02000 AD13332665 288 10250206 10-4 Saturday 10-2 We Buy Estates We can pickup semi loads. Mon-Thurs 9am-5pm, Fri 9am-4pm, Sat 10am-2pm, Closed Sun



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ART DECO Wardrobe 4 drawers & closet, Roll top desk, Horse & harness tavern, good cond., 740-501 -4974.


Appliances Electronics

FOR SALE: Gas Heating stove, suitable for Greenhouse, (330) 893-1657

FOR RENT: Takeuchi TB 135 mini excavator. Heat & air conditioning. Different size buckets available with trailer, $25. per hour. Day time phone 330-231-5065 or 330600-9917. Duane Raber. 2000 TIMBERJACK 360, enclosed cab with heat, 6cyl Cummins motor, 2 new tires, 2 tires 50%, in very good condition. $55,000 (330) 231-2234 FOR RENT: Takeuchi Mini Hoe, $18/hr.; S185 BobCat with steel tracks, forks & bucket. $18./hr.; JLG Scissor Lift, $50/day or $200/wk.; 42-ft. JLG Grade-All, $175/day or $700/wk; 24' Aluminum plank, $15/day or $60/wk. (330) 897-1222 Ext 3 CAT D3B Dozer 6 way blade cargo 28 winch, good cond., $17000. Dan Weaver 7490 SR 514, Big Prairie 44611. EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: Dozers '09 750J LGP 7K hrs, cab, heat, air $84,000 '05 JD450J LT w/ six way $32,000 '98 Cat D5C-III XL w/ six way $25,000 Case 850G w/ forestry package, winch, & arch $34,000 Case 850D w/ forestry package, winch, & arch $30,000 Excavators '06 Komatsu PC200LC-8 $93,000 '06 JD120C excavator $54,000 Hitachi EX200-5 Landy w/ quick coupler $40,000 Mini Excavators '10 JD35D excavator $27,500 '07 TB145 excavator only 1500 hrs. Hyd thumb $37,000 '06 TB153FR low hrs $35,000 '11 ZX50U-3 Cab, Heat, Air nice $42,000 '06 Volvo ECR38 2000hrs $21,000 '08 Volvo EC35C 1400hrs $24,500 '04 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe

The Holmes County Hub Shopper 220 Construction Equipment 225 $18,500 Loaders '07 JD605C crawler loader w/ forks $37,500 JD 555G crawler loader, rebuilt trans $21,000 '89 JD455G crawler loader bucket $19,000 Case 455C Loader $17,500 '09 Cat IT14G Wheel Loader cab, heat, air 7K hrs. nice $30,000 JD310G Back hoe $35,000 Skidders 2-JD 540B Skidder $19,500 each '83 JD 640 Skidder $22,500 JD 440C Skidder $20,000 Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 OR 330-567-3886 2006 HOOD 28000 Knuckleboom log loader, Deere diesel, heat & air, one owner, 5300 original hrs. Tusco Hardwoods, (330) 852-0188

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GRAHAM CHISEL plow. $750. Marvin H. Yoder, Becks Mills. 330-8939304†x1.

FIRST CUTTING 4x4 round bales, stored outside, & pallets, good for beef, $15 ea. (330) 231-7446

NH 258 Rake, w/dolley wheels. Grimm Tedder, New Idea #19 Spreader, new floor, PTO drive. New Frontrier Cultimulchers. New Esch 2 or 4 star, spinner tedders, New Holland after market square baler, parts & Service. Knob View Repair, 4159 CR 59, Baltic OH 43804 (330) 897-1106 Ext 3

ORGANIC COMPOST: horse manure. Make your garden bloom! Excellent to mulch trees. $20 - 3 yd. scoop. Will load. (330) 231-7500.

'00 JD9400 4X4 425HP Scraper Tractor $55,000 Skid Steers '06 Bobcat S185 $15,500 '06 Bobcat S130 1570 hrs $17,250 '99 JD 270 very good $15,500 '88 Case 350B Loader $5500 Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 or 330-567-3886

Farm Equipment

SALE: PIONEER 2-bottom plow, fair condition; Yearling stud colt Belgian; 4'x10' trailer. 330-897-0014 x2

ACORN GUTTER cleaner & Steinhorst bulk milk tank, 400-gal.; also, misc. milking equip. (330) 204-2616

FORD 8N Tractor, good condition, $1,800 (330) 674-0035 after 4pm.


JOHN DEERE G Short hood, good condition, runs good. Adam Barkman (330) 893-7065†Ext 2

OVER SEEDING your pastures? Rent our Aitchison grass farmer, no till drill, 7', $15/acre. Walnut Creek. (330) 893-1410

FOR SALE: M600 Bobcat, $2500 and Pony Cart. Abe A Yoder, 4770 TR 616, Fredericksburg, OH 44633.

INTERNATIONAL 4-ROW Corn Planter. 9' Transport disc. Also, 12V Hydraulic pump. (330) 695-6793

WANTED TO rent: John Deere 1240 corn planter, liquid fertilizer, Trail area. (330) 893-0017

FORD 8N Tractor, new 12V conversion, starter, gas filter, bowl, & water pump, working tractor. $1,000. (330) 567-2390

JOHN DEERE 15 hole grain drill, Oliver grain drill, New Holland 256 Rake, with dolley wheel, Vermeer 8 wheel V-rake, $1950. John S. Miller, 330-893-0303. NH 455 hay mower with motor, $2000. (330) 893-3910, Albert R. Miller BLACK HAWK 2 row corn planter liquid fertilizer. Field. ready, $175. 210 JP plow bottom, $75. Henry Miller, 6127 Harrison Rd., Fredericksburg, Ohio JOHN DEERE 240 skid steer, 3950 hrs., good condition, $7250./obo. Sugarcreek. (330) 852-0647 275 MASSEY FERGUSON, $6200; 444 IH tractor $1800; NH 846 round baler $3200; Hay wagons. 440-396-0469. FOR SALE: Galvanized D-S Livestock Equipment, sheep scale, lightly used, 2012 model, $750 obo. (330) 275-6200

KUBOTA MX5100 Tractor, 50HP, 100hrs, 2-wheel drive, Like new, $12,500. Claas 3x4 round baler, field ready; NH 310 square baler; IH 1250 feed grinder, needs new unload auger. Call David (330) 674-5499 Ext 1. JOHN DEERE 24T Baler, w/motor, $1,450. John Deere 4030 Tractor w/loader, $7,800. Case 1840 Skid Loader, $6,250. John S. Miller. (330) 893-0303 FARMALL H Original steel on rubber, 3 point hitch, $1800. 330-684-1512.

FOR SALE: 400 gallon honey wagon. Needs new fiberglass tank, $75. ALSO, 3" crash pump, $75. John J. Yoder, 330-473-8232 INTERNATIONAL CORN planter, 4 row, Cyclo Air 800, field ready, $1500. 330-473-3530. 1959 MASSEY Ferguson, runs great, very good condition. 5' Land Pride Brush Hog, used 3 seasons, runs great, $4,200 for both or will separate. Located in Big Prairie. (330) 324-3942 JD 14T Baler. Also 10' Int. transport disc. Abe Raber, 5150 CR 229, Frederickburg, 44627 (330) 695-6793 GEHL FORAGE Wagon, in good working condition. $2,500. 16' Bale wagon, steel sides, new floor. $1,350 (330) 464-8083 PIONEER Haflinger Forecarts, $375. (330)6745618†x1 CORN PLANTER: AC mounted, 2-row. VGC, 4 sets of plates. $525. Call 330-464-0312

NOTICE: MONTANA Alfalfa in stock $145 per bag. Aden Mullet, 8056 Criswell Rd., Fredericksburg 695-2208 FOR SALE: organic corn silage. Ph. 330-674-9736 PEQUEA HAY tedder 7 ft. reel type; David Brown 990 tractor. James Yoder, 330893-2328. FRESH MAPLE SYRUP, $32/gal. Atlee C. Yoder, 4901 TR 117, Baltic, OH. 43804. 330-893-7313. HAVE PASTURE for 10 or 12 head of cattle. Reasonable rates. Roy Swartzentruber, 1080 Fryburg Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: Certified Organic baleage, individually wrapped 4x5 bales, delivery available. 330-204-6091 FOR SALE: 1ST cutting Timothy Alfalfa mixed horse hay. Also, 2nd cutting grass sheep hay. Paint Valley Stables, Allen 330-988-2250 WE WANT to spread your chicken manure, our spreader is 24' and has floatation tires. (330) 204-5992 FOR SALE: 4x4 Triticale bailage, $30. Federidge Farms, 330-893-9371. GOOD WRAPPED 1st cutting hay. Tomato, Sweet Pepper, & Angle Trumpet plants. Bikes. 330-695-5593 ORDER YOUR Strawberries. You pick or we pick. Also, help wanted to pick strawberries. 330-695-2090 FOR SALE: Yukon Gold Potatoes. Dannie H. Stutzman, 8446 Lautenschlager Rd., Apple Creek, OH 44606 FOR SALE: 2 bags organic seed corn, 80,000 kernels, $100/bag. Noah J. Miller, 330-897-0112. BARLEY SPROUTING trays now available, Stainless steel, David Yutzy, 330-600 -9624. WANTED TO feed your organic heifers. Prefer year round, reasonable rates. Also, FOR SALE: Organic ear corn, $300/ton. Like new set Bioplastic draft harnessall s.s hardware, $925. Ivan Yoder, 7990-B CR 373, Big Prairie OH 44611. WHEAT STRAW, Squares, 2386 CR Dundee. (888) 790-1473

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WELCOME CHURCH of Christ Rummage Sale!, Fri, May 16, 8am-5pm, Sat, May 17, 9-12. Baked goods also. FOR SALE: Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads available. Also, hollow campfire logs. 330-231-8462.


8428 Salt Creek Rd, Andrew Raber, May 5-10, Same as AC Sales & more sales in area. Changing table, gas floor lamp w/stand, girls & boys clothing & lots more.

Garage Yard Sales MULTI FAMILY Garage Sale,

May 8-9-10, 7am-dark, Lots of clothes, shoes, bedding, decor, books, lots of misc. Mrs. Daniel Barkman, 2034 TR 152 Baltic. Same day as Double H Greenhouse sale.

715 N. MARKET, SHREVE. Fri-Sat, May 2-3, 8a-3p. Quilt fabrics, household goods, clothing, tools, ETC! (Rain Date: May 9-10)

DAY ONLY!, May 9th, 7:30am-? Delta Wood planner, Pressure Cooker, 3' wooden shelf, home decor, wooden old high chair, Princess House, pictures, stamps, blankets & clothes. 8441, 1 mi N of Barrs Mill on Nebraska Rd.

HUGE ESTATE Liquidation Clothing Sale - shirts, blouses, sweaters, coats, sleepwear, baby clothes, jeans, summer wear. Over 2,000 pieces. Changing table, Diaper Genie. Also, truck load of estate items. antique glassware, kitchen items, new gifts, paintings, glass figurines, baskets, books, new tupperware, baby monitors, blood pressure monitors, lots of toys. Tues, May 6 - Fri, May 9 from 7am to 7pm. Sat, May 10 from 7am to 5pm. Delbert Miller, 330-852-0705. 4111 Oak Ridge Rd., NW, Sugarcreek, 44681. 4 miles NW of Sugarcreek and 4 miles E. of Walnut Creek.


MAY 9-10, Baby Gear, Antiques, Housewares, clothes, nb-XXL, & more. 3 mi W. of Mlbg on SR 39.

MULTI FAMILY-May 1 & 2, TR 369 area. 200 new plus used stamps, Stihl hedge trimmer, lots more. Allen (Naomi) Millers, 4442 TR 372

APRIL 24-25, 8am-5pm, April 26, 9am-1pm, Kerosene heaters, DR Finish mowing deck. lots of wood working tools, tilting quilt frame, furniture, lots of girls dresses & baby clothes, dishes & lots more. Ivan Raber, 9728 CR 329 Holmesville. HUGE Garage Sale May 6 & 7, 7-5. Furniture: Dressers- Loveseat- Tables- set of 6 chairs- end tablesBeds- Baby bed- Elec dryerHammock- Garden toolsBikes- Fans- Baskets- Antiques- Old windows- Old barn siding- wood ladderswood crates- Handtools- 8’ workbench- Small safe- Dehumidifier- Pictures- Cookware- Kitchenware- Lots of glassware- Service for 12 dishes- Clothing- BooksWhite quilters machineNew pieced baby blanketsLots of misc. John Miller`s 3672 TR 154, 330-473-3773 More sales in area

TRAIL COMMUNITY Garage Sales. May 15-16, 20+ Different homes having Sales, Most are open 8am-5pm. Maps available w/detailed ads at each stop. Watch for signs. MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE Sale, May 6-7, Patio chairs, dishes, bedding, furniture. 10622 Criswell Rd. Fred.

BERLIN 9AM-5PM, ThursFri, May 15-16, 5358 TR 356, Millersburg. (GPS) Dean Mullet, Multi-Family. Childs black Armoire dresser, tan leather swivel rocker, toddler girls clothes, 50 Celebration Hymnals, Adult clothing, & misc items. HUGE GARAGE SALE, May 14-15, Albert Miller, 2782 CR 600. Love seat, glider-rocker w/ ottoman, battery floor lamp w/battery, 2 clear gas floor lamps, coffee table, 18V combo set, Coleman lanterns, trolling motor, stairway gate, int. doors, tools, clothes, shoes & lots more! TR 369 20+ GARAGE SALES. May 1 & 2. South of Kline Lumber. Maps available. 330- 893-7902

EAR CORN, $120/ton. Dion 28x48 threshing machine, $3500. #9 mower for parts, $125. David Troyer, 6610 CR 68, Millersburg, 330-674 -2871.

Big 200,

CERTIFIED ORGANIC wrapped 4x4 bales, 1st cutting hay, (330) 359-5647 or (330) 473-2866

Firewood Fuel

FOR SALE: Split Firewood, $60/pick up load. No delivery. Call or text, 330-763-0506 WOOD PROCESSOR sale. (330) 231-3908


YARD SALE: 3rd House on left in Orange (23591 SR 751, between Coshocton and Newcomerstown) May 2 & 3, 9am-3pm. Various farm items including MF Plow 4-16"; Killbros 350 Grain Box; 3-row Cultivator; Field sprayer; lots of assorted household items & furn. For further information you may call (740) 622-4204 HUGE MOVING Garage Sale, May 9-10, same day as Doughty Valley Variety & Double H Greenhouse Open House, Furniture, dry sink, kitchen chairs, baby bed, mirror on stand, 3 tier stands, quilt rack, trunk, wardrobe, sewing machine heads, canning jars, Kirby sweeper, Victoria Strainers, tupperware, canner, oil lamps, propane lights, blankets, bike cart, tent, quilts, Ariens lawn mowers, Exmark lawn mower, push mower, sleds, Stihl Chain Saw, easy entry cart, some coverings, lots more not listed. Melvin E. Mast, 5216 TR 118, Baltic Oh 43804. (330) 893-3579 near Becks Mills. HUGE GARAGE SALE. April 25-27, May 1-3, 9233 Township Road 92, Killbuck. 330231-5363. Furn., clothes, toys, lots of misc. and baby items. 2003 Can-am DS 650 four wheeler, Hot tub, tanning bed, 2006 Suzuki Z400 ATV. BARN SALE: May 5th-May 10th. Warehouse seconds, stainless steel housewares, closeout chinaware sets, gift items, bent & dents, books, cards, toys, lots of closeouts! AC Sales, 7792 Frease Road, Fredericksburg, OH. 330-695- 2344 SUGARCREEK GARAGE Sale: May 8 - 9 - 10, 8 am 5 pm. 6 Family. To Much stuff. 9081 Golf Course Rd. BEACHY-MILLER-Kauffman Moving Sale, 5 more sales on CR 600, same day as Charm Community Garage Sales, May 14-15. GARAGE SALE: May 5 & 6. Canning jars, furniture, walks trimmers, kitchen ware, shoes, toys, books & bedding. Raymond J. Yoder, 7000 Saltcreek Rd., Fbg., O


Horses Livestock

9 YR old Buggy Size Trotting Mare, TSS, $1,750 obo. (740) 610-7139

Tucker is a well mannered Morgan Stallion with lots of action. His foals have a powerful trot, good disposition and do really well in the buggy.

grass, no rain, $4/bale. Frick 56" portable sawmill, PTO or belt driven, $2,500. (330) 496-3143


Garage Yard Sales

Standing At Stud: Black Tuxedo By Armani

230 Farm Products Produce FIRST CUTTING hay, mostly CERTIFIED ORGANIC 1st Cutting Hay, Had some rain, (330) 893-3407

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Fee: $500 Registered $250 Crossbreeds

Call Paul Hershberger


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GRAY PERCHERON Mares, 1-Reg., 8 & 11 yrs old, One smooth mouth, (330) 567-5908

FOR SALE: Two 14-mo. old good black bulls & horned dorset ram. Call 330-4324686 FOR SALE: 3 yr old Hackney standard bred cross. TSS, green broke SJP, 7005 TR 346, Millersburg Ohio 44654 SMOKEY LANE STABLES Horse Auction, Saturday May 3 Tack 9:30, Horses noon Consigned are registered and grade Quarter Horses, Paints, Shetlands, Haflingers, Miniature horses, Donkeys, and ponies. Don't miss this sale if you are looking for kid broke horses or ponies. Will be selling new and used tack, harness, carts, saddles and all types of horse related items. Accepting consignments of horses and tack through sale day. Look for our catalog on Smokey Lane Stables Facebook. Smokey Lane Stables Inc., 686 Smokey Lane RD, Sugarcreek, OH 44681. 330- 852-2237. Auctioneer Myron Miller.

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4 yr. old Dutch standardbred mare, 3/4 standardbred, 1/4 Dutch, tss, been in buggy for 1 year, $2900. Amos Yoder (330) 897-1295 Ext 1

STANDING AT Stud, 42", Black/White Pony Stallion, Robert Raber, 4808 TR 616, 1 mi NW of Mt. Hope. (330) 674-0035 after 4pm.

FOR SALE: 6 yr old Bay Gelding, all trotter, Traffic Safe, Melvin A. Mast, 10407 S Apple Creek Rd. Fredericksburg OH 44627

FOR SALE: 4 yr. old 50 in. black and white pony mare. 330-763-3083 after 4:00 pm

43" 3 YR OLD Tri-Colored Paint Pony Gelding, sharp, $500. Broke to ride & drive. (330) 893-4603

Registered Miniature horses. AMHA and AMHR. Complete herd sale. Northview Acres, 330-674-0498 x 1

FOR SALE: 5 yr old Belgain Gelding, 7.3HH, Well broke, willing worker, (330) 893-1521

STANDING at stud, black 1/2 Friesian, 1/2 stand. sire: Dominator, $125. Serv. fee. A Yoder, 5642 CR 59, Mbg.

10 YR. old mare dbl. gaited. Very good traveler, watches big trucks some. Needs work, $1500. 9122 S. Carr Rd., Fredericksburg, 330749-9494

STANDING AT stud, Nicole's Black Ace. 1/2 Friesian, 1/2 stand. bred sire: Michelangelo $500. Serv. fee w/ multiple mare dis 330-674-6989

5 YR old Gelding, buggy size, real good broke, sound. (330) 897-2103

7 YR old Standard Bred Bay Gelding, buggy size, TSS, safe for anyone to drive, good for old people or boys. Allen Miller, 5571 CR 68, Millersburg (330) 893-4908

4 YR old Yankee Glide Trotter, TSS, good broke, $3,950. (330) 621-1829 7am-5:30pm.

FOR SALE: 34" tri-color gelding. Kid broke, $375. 4 yrs. old Jr. Miller, 330-852-4640.

MILKING GOAT fresh 2 mo., $150. 330-359-5753, or 330-763-0376

9 YEAR old Belgian Gelding, 17+hh, works with snap, farm broke. $3500. 2 more available in fall. ALSO, Black miniature pony Mare, kid broke, $500. Marvin H. Yoder, Becks Mills. (330) 893-9304†x1.

FOR SALE: Electric Washer, stove & refrig.(14-cf & new in 2012). Call for pricing. 330-473-8462, after 5pm.

STANDING AT Stud, 52" Black & White, Homozygous Pony Stallion, Sires: Upheaded Flashy Colt, sure breeder. Also, 38" black & white Homozygous Mini Stud, sure breeder. Allen Miller, 5571 CR 68, Millersburg. (330) 893-4908 7 YR. old spotted mini Donkey Jenny. Bred to mini spotted Jack. Also 6 other mini Jennies. 1 yr. old black 26" mini stallion AMHR application. Also, other ponies. Daniel M. Schrock, 330-763-0905

9 YR old Dark Mare, off track 4 weeks, trots nice, willing traveler. $1,950. Adrian Coblentz, 7540 TR 601, Fredericksburg. (330) 674-1034 FOR SALE: Started bull/steer calves, ready for the pasture, $300/each. (330) 852-4263.

4 YEAR old black and white pony gelding, 42.5", broke to drive. Cart & harness Alvin Keim 330-897-2019. STANDING AT Stud, 33" Brown & White Miniature Horse, $40. Merlin Weaver, Frdbrg, 330-698-1064

10 YEAR old Broodmare By Real Desire, 2013 foal sold for $20,000 Sportswriter, has a big bad John 2014 foal, 330-852-4121.

4 YR old Chestnut Crossbred Mare, surrey size, 100% TSS, women broke, $2,800. (330) 763-1581

FOR SALE: 3/4 white Dorper 1/4 Dorset ram. One year old, $200. 330-695-2303

11 YR old Trotter, by: Arizona Jack, TSS, $1,500. (330) 473-0235

7 YR old mare, Sire: Master Lavec, Dam: Heyday, TSS, would make good brood mare, (330) 698-0306 L.M.

3 yr. old trotting mare, fresh off track 3 weeks, 1st set of road shoes, sharp boy's horse, $2500. 330-275-0221 FOR SALE: 10 yr. old bay stb. gelding. Surrey size, traffic safe & sound. Women can drive. John J. Hershberger, 8100 S. Apple Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627

Smokey Lane Stables, Inc. May 3rd

Riding HoRse & Pony sale

May 9th

d RiVing HoRse sale

(Tack 9:30 Horses 12) Catalog deadline apr. 15th (Tack 5:30 Horses 7)

JUNE 7 th Pony & Riding HoRse sale (Tack 9:30 Horses 12) Catalog deadline may 20th

JUNE 13 d RiVing HoRse sale (Tack 5:30 Horses 7)

Rodeo JUNe 21 7PM

686 Smokey Lane Road NW • Sugarcreek, OH 44681 Phone: 330-852-2237 Fax: 330-852-2237 auctioneer Myron Miller


YEARLING all purpose colt, percheon standardbred cross, $650. 330-466- 9476.

10 SUFFOLK Ewes, 1 buck, all between 2-4 years old. $200 each or all for $2000. Steven Yoder 330-674-2002

FOR SALE: 9 yr old Paint Mare, broke to ride, very gentle, good trail horse, $600. (330) 893-4081


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6 YR. OLD bay mare, 45", 4 white socks, 1/4 Hackney, green broke to ride & drive. Daniel Troyer, (330) 473-2839.

FOR SALE: Black Standard bred Mare, 12 yrs old, TSS, boys horse, pulls on the lines. $1,100. Andy Miller, 6884 TR 326, Holmesville OH 44633 (330) 674-9604 Ext 1.

FOR SALE: 2 Jersey Springer Heifers, $1,500/ea, (330) 674-1804

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16.3 H trotting mare, 11 yrs. old, good traveler, cross breeding potential, $2200. Lavern Yoder, 852-4062 3 YR old Grey Percheron Mare, 17.1HH, broke, $2,500. (330) 674-2890 12 yr. old Belgian gelding, heavy built, easy keeper, will do lots of work yet, $2400. (740) 552-1722. 7 YR. old Hackney pony gelding, 44", blk. w/blaze & 3 wh., tss, broke to ride & drive, $500. 330-897-2063. SHETLAND STUD Pony, 38", 2 yrs., green broke to ride & drive, $250. 330-473-2416

3 Yr. old standardbred dutch harness cross, green broke to drive, $950. 330-4669476. 3 YR old Brown/white registered paint gelding, kid broke, neck reins, direct reins, leg pressure trained, willing loads in trailer, trail horse deluxe, (330) 473-8480 BLACK LIMOUSIN Bull, 14 mo old, John Henry Troyer, Charm Oh (330) 893-0121 V.M. (2)3YR OLD Trotting Geldings, Black, Striking Sabra, Also Ambro American, both horses are 16+hands, TSS, well started and lots of potential, $4,200/ea. Lavern Yoder, (330) 852-4062 FOR SALE: 6 yr. old gelding, all trot, tss, good traveler, safe for women, $2500. Call Ken (330) 600-1519 FOR SALE: Short Bred Heifer, Short Horned Holstein cross, (330) 893-7611 6 Registered Holstein service-age bulls. Marvin Coblentz, 330-359-5570. FOR SALE: 2 YEAR Dutch Standardbred, stud. $1750. Levi Yoder, 5864 CR 59, Mbg., OH.

Auction: Sat. May 17th at 10am Tappan Lake Marina 33315 Cadiz-Dennison Rd., Scio 43988

18’ Tracker Targa Deep V

115 H.P. Mercury Four Stroke • Auto Pilot Trolling Motor • GPS Unit • Fish Finder • Live Well • Rod Holders • Heavy Duty Boat Cover • Fully Bimini Top Enclosure • Spare Tire • Trailer Brakes


Selling boats and accessories Taking consignments – Call Ron Hickman, Auctioneer. Watch upcoming ads for a full list.

REGISTERED KATAHDINS in Sugarcreek Ohio. Quality Ewe & Ram Lambs available ($200-$350) email: or visit our facebook page /sugarhillfarms FOR SALE: Sulky cart with reg. buggy harness shaft. For more info call 330-893-4093 QUALITY HORSE Blankets for sale Sizes from 68"100" in stock with leg straps. Colors: Red, Blue, Green or Burgundy. Buggy blankets & Sheets also available. Norman C. Yoder, 4256 TR 374, Millersburg OH 44654 (330) 893-7421. Wholesale Dealers Welcome. HIDDEN MEADOW Farm, offers sale preps, training, colt starting & shoeing. We welcome all breeds of driving horses. Johnny Hershberger. (330) 359-5267†Ext. 3 FOR SALE: Boer Goats, 1Nanny & 1-8wk old Billy. Also Old Brown Doves, Call (330) 893-4808 FOR SALE: (3) 2 yr old Dorset Sheep, good stock, never wormed, healthy, open had sheep in Dec.. Melvin R. Yoder, 10550 Hogback Rd, Frdrckbg. 5

YR old Gelding, half Dutch, Standard Bred Hackney, Bay, 4 whites, buggy size, needs work. (330) 897-2064 for more info

3 YEAR old Bay Gelding, 2 white socks, all trot, TSS. In buggy couple of times. Drives super, $3,400. 330-674-0801 FOR SAKE: 5 Katahdin Royal White cross ewe lambs. Foot rot free. Joe Hershberger, 330-893-0521.

FOR SALE: 3 yr. old Dutch standardbred gelding, 15.2 hands. Well started, $1800 OBO. V.M. 330-893-3836 FEEDER CALVES to be sold at Farmerstown night sale, May 2nd, Approx 12 headmixture of black white faced, Hereford, Limousin, Charlotte, Holstein, Swiss, Jersey- Steers and Heifers 250 -600lbs. Call Norman at 330 -852-0444 for info. WANTED PASTURE to rent for smaller steers. Call Steve 330-749-2557 or 330-275-2912.


Kyron V.L , Quality Friesian Stallion, stands 16.1H. Service fee $500 John Barkman, 7884 TR 508, Lakeville, OH 44638.

WORLD'S SMOOTHEST RIDING HORSE, Columbian Paso Fino Horses for sale. They have a 4 beat single foot gait. 3-Trained in dressage moves, $5,000 each, 4-untrained $1,750 ea, 2-Black trained, $2,200 ea. All geldings, (330) 674-2503 FOR SALE: PAINT Pony. Nice markings, 43", $900. Trained to ride and drive. 330-852-3173 10 YR. old percheon gelding, built to work, ready for the plow, $2750. (740) 552-1722. FOR SALE: 3 year old Black and white paint gelding. Traffic safe & sound. Any body can ride but has some speed if you ask him. $1500 firm. 330-749-6280 FOR SALE: 1yr old Black Filly, 3/4 Fresian, 1/4 Saddle bred, Sire: Farley P. $2,800. 330-231-7671 5 YR OLD Bay Mustang Gelding, broke to ride & drive, been on trail rides, $1,000. Will also train horses to ride or drive. $75/wk. Firman Troyer, (330) 897-7403 PAIR OF 6 & 7 yr. old gray percheon geldings; 15 yr. old percheon gelding; 3 yr. old percheon gelding.- all broke to all farm mach. Marvin Coblentz, 330-359-5570. Selling at Holmes Cty Training Ctr Sale, May 10th. BIG BAY Fresh 4yr old Standard bred gelding, mostly trot, TSS, also open surrey. 10 yr Black/White Paint Pony Mare, w/cart. For more information call Andy Burkholder, (330) 674-0968 6 YR. old black white pony mare. Bred for OISO Standing a white 37" paint pony 9047 S. Kansas Rd., ericksburg, OH 44627

paint 2015 black stud. Fred-


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

Ron Hickman, Auctioneer and Realtor Grapevine Real Estate

Office: 310 Main St., Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832 Website: 10252013 Phone: 740.498.5275/Cell: 330.204.1025

Horses Livestock

HILAND SUPPLY CO. LTD. Advanced Chimney Technology

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


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WANTED: A horse that is broke to ride & drive, needs to be bigger than 14H, any color and breed, needs to be quiet. Duane Yoder, 4952 SR 557, Millersburg (330) 893-4068 6 YR old Gelding, surrey size, mostly trot, TSS, good traveler, women can drive, $2,800. (330) 852-3620 14 YR old Stanadard Bred, TSS, Women or older people horse. $1,000 (330) 763-4747 8 YR. old paint gelding, excellent trail horse, used in equine drill team & has done barrel racing, TSS, $1000. 330-695-9331 3 YEAR OLD 16.2 all star hall, TSS, been in buggy, $3100. 3 year old Diamond Victory, Black Mare, TSS, women can drive, $2100. Also, Sulky with long shaft, $400. Steven Yoder 330674-2002. 5 YR old Trotting Gelding, by: Broadway Hall, TSS, good broke, family or boys horse, $3,600. 4 yr old Trotting Mare, by: Amigo Hall, Andover Hall, TSS, very nice trotting mare, $3,800. John Weaver, 4250 CR 207, Millersburg OH 44654, between SR 62 & CR 77. CUSTOM SADDLES new & used, made in USA. Rancher & Trail. Starting at $450. Call 330-231-7500 FOR SALE: 9 year old Standardbred Gelding, broke trotter, buggy and boys horse, needs miles. 330-674-3252. 16 YEAR OLD standard bred Gelding. T.S.S. Great for older people or children, $500. 330-359-5756 GOOD USED Mini Surrey, front with brakes and roll up curtains. $3800. (330) 6841512. FOR SALE: 3 yr old Miniature Hackney Pony mare. (330) 893-2776 after 4pm. CROSSBRED Feeder pigs, born late March, ready by mid-late May. (330) 567-5908 FOR SALE: YEARLING Katahdin Sheep - 1 ram & 1 ewe. (330) 893-4157 FOR SALE: 15 yr old Standardbred Gelding. Calm, easy going, $600. Dave Miller, 330-359-0410. 2

BEEF Feeders, approx 400lbs each. $1,600/pair, Angus Cross, 330-466-3091 Millersburg.

BIG BLACK 9 Yr. old standard bred gelding. Safe for women, double gaited. Allen Miller, 330-897-0349 FOR SALE: 2 Black & white mini mares, broke to drive, 30" tall. Conrad Yoder (330) 893-3251 TEAM OF 6 yr old Grey Percheron Gelding, broke to all farm equipment, work with snap. Also, older black gelding for sale. (330) 852-0722 13 YR old Paint Riding Mare, well broke to ride. Brown & White miniature pony mare, well broke, not for small children. (330) 897-2511 5 YR old Paint Pony, Gelding broke to drive, 50", Norman Yoder, (330) 893-7421

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HORSEMAN Position avail. Windy Hill Farms has an opportunity for a full or part-time exp'd horseman. Instruction and housing available. 330-231-7500 GOAT KITS, 3 weeks old. Alpine and Sanne, dairy quality and nice 4-H projects. Also, 4 mo. old Sanne buck. Call 330-674-2526. STUD SERVICE 56" Bay Morgan Hackney Cross Stud, $75. Jr A. Yoder, 5645 TR 355, Millersburg. (330) 674-9993 3

MO old, Lamancha/ Newbian Does, good milk lines, very tame, $120 obo. (330) 317-7216

3 YEAR OLD Bay Gelding, 2 white socks, TSS, all trot, in buggy couple times, drives super, $3200. Also, 5 year old Gelding, buggy size, TSS, mostly trot, boys or family horse. $2400. 2 week trial. Marian Mast, 330-2792070 FOR SALE: 5 yr. old sorrel Belgian mare, broke to all farm machinery, $2500. 330-674-6918 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 5 YR. old black gelding. Broke, approx. 58". Also 4 yr. Buckskin mare, 45" Broke. 330-674-0156 STANDING At stud, Black Percheron sire: Blue Ribbon Farm Dukes Isaac Dam: Blooming Prairie Twinkle, $150. Serv. fee. A. Yoder, 5642 CR 59, Millersburg OH BROODMARE, Quarter pony, 54", trade large pony stallion, prefer Appaloosa. (740) 824-4361 FOR SALE: 2 N.A. Harness Shop nylon buggy harnesses, 1 is 7 yrs. old, like new & 1 is 12 yrs. old in good cond. Call for prices, 330-763-1549. TOP HACK with lights & hydraulic brakes, $1,300. Road Cart, $300. Good used Bio-Plastic Buggy Harness, $150. Leather Harness, $65. Aden J. Miller (330) 674-2419 10 YR OLD Friesian cross Mare, Traffic safe but not quite sound, would make a good broodmare. $1400/ obo. 330-893-4026 ext. 1. FOR SALE: Two Morgan Geldings, 1-Black 6 yr. old Rio Bravo son. 1-Chestnut Irish Celebration son 9 yr. old, good driving horses. Woman or boys horse. Henry @ 330-897-0178. NUBIAN ALPINE cross dairy goat, fresh 1 mo., good milker, $150; Also, 2 5-wk. old Nubian billies, $50/ea. Aden Yoder. (330) 893-7313 5 YR old Pony, brown & white, broke to ride & drive, good traveler, sharp, mare, 48". $575. Also, 10 yr old pony, brown with white blaze & socks, 40" mare, broke to ride & drive, has some snap, $425. (330) 852-2876 Ext 1 NICE BROWN/WHITE Paint riding horse, broke to ride, 10 yr old mare, $875. VM (330) 473-0530

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STANDING AT stud, Lady's Royal Flash, Sire-Royal Strength, Dam-Superstar Ranger, live foal guarantee, multiple mare discount, registered-$750, grade-$350, standing at Moreland Stables, 1435 W. Moreland Rd, Wooster, OH 44691. 330262-0556 FOR SALE: 10 yr. old percheon Morgan cross, tss, women can drive, stocky built.. (330) 674-0809

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SPOTTING SCOPE, 20x60x75mm, Meopta Euro Premium with tripod, $700/ obo. (330) 897-0413 RUGER MODEL 77, 30-O6, Cal.,$500. Mosberg 835 12 ga, shoots 3-1/2 shells, $300 (330) 897-1038 HILL COUNTRY BOWS is your source for recurves & longbows. From custom made hunting & competition bows to handcrafted youth bows, arrows, etc. We can supply it. 330-674-9609

Household Furnishings

MUZZLELOADER CVA Electra, like new, $250 obo. (330) 473-0096

SPRING VALLEY Finishing LLC. Custom doors, trim & furn. finishing quality from start to finish. 330-275-2875

LOOKING FOR land to hunt ground hogs, preferable in Holmes or Coshocton Counties. 330-275-0221

$$$ BRAND NEW QUEEN PILLOWTOP MATTRESS SET Still in Factory Plastic. $200.00 Can Help with Delivery Call 330-353-8849

ST. CROIX Premier 6' 6" lite spinning rod; make offer. Also, available Pflueger Supreme reel, 330-893-2421 330-893-2784 eve. Ask for Josh.

DINING ROOM Set, Oval, oak table w/pedestal & 8 leaves, 6 chairs, $850. Also, Oak bookcase, w/sliding glass, 4'10" long, $75. (330) 359-0900

FOR SALE: 5’ x 6-1/2’ Deluxe Camo Hunting Shanty. Carpeted Interior Floor. Exc. Condition. Comes With 2 Chairs. $850. Andy J Troyer 330-897-0897

NOTICE: will reupholstery living room furniture. Also will make new outdoor furniture cushions. Raber's Upholstery, 1939 TR 110, Millersburg, OH 330-674-1300

WANTED: Remington 1100 28ga shotgun, 330-695-7242 or 330-231-1411

OAK LOOK Crib, complete. Fisher Price battery baby swing, auto on/off. Colcraft Umberlla stroller w/roof. All excellent condition. (330) 473-7882

FOR SALE: WartHog Bow, sights, 2 arrows, good stri n g , $ 1 0 0 o b o . 330-567-0063


4 GOOD RECLINERS, wardrobe, table w/4chair, twin & full size beds, file cabinets, baby cribs complete, bar stools. All size NEW Deluxe mattress sets. 2 mi. W. of Becks Mills, 2529 TR 110, Millersburg, OH. 330674-0944 VM.

REAL GOOD used PSE bow, 2011 model, used very little. (330) 893-4908.

TURKEY AMMO, 15% off Decoys, Vests, calls in stock. Also Night crawlers, wax worms. Benton Bow


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LANDSCAPING ROCKS, top rock, & cut sandstone for sale. 330-674-8344

Kaufman Auction House 3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH

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

Monday, May 5, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Antiques * Glassware * Household * Furniture * Misc. * Selling in 2 Rings

Monday, May 12, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Antiques * Glassware * Household * Furniture * Misc. * Selling in 2 Rings Note: In addition to our Monday sale we will be selling an individual lifelong antique collection. Visit for photos and updates. For more information contact Derrick Kandel, auction manager at (330) 204-4453. Terms: Cash, check, or any major credit card with valid I.D. 3% buyer’s premium will be waived for cash sales. Receiving Hours: Wednesday, 9AM-4PM Always Taking Quality Consignments

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SNAPPER PRO 48" Walk-behind mower, hydro, floating deck, 19HP Kawaskai, never used. $3,999. (330) 852-1988 FOR SALE: BOBCAT 60" walk-behind mower, $800. John S. Miller (330) 893-0303 FOR SALE: plow for a garden tractor. Mrs. Clara Mast, 4194 St. Rt. 557, Mbg FOR SALE: 48" Walk-behind Gravely lawn mower, in good condition, (330) 674-0982 MOTHER'S DAY Perennial Sale! May 9-10, 100's to choose from in 30 different varieties, $4.50 ea, buy 6 get 1 free! Japanese Red Maples, 3'-4', $38/ea. Also flowering shrubs, Barberrys, Boxwoods, & more. Rolling Acres Nursery, Atlee Burkholder, 30797 TR 213, Fresno OH. (740) 295-5498

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CUSTOM Tilling & brush hogging, in Shreve, Holmesville & surrounding areas. Lester Weaver 330-567-9201. FOR SALE •TORO 62" walk belt: $1799. •Snapper Rider 33" cut 12-hp: $450. •eXmark LazerZturn 52" cut 20-hp Kohler Command: $4698. •Bobcat 2-turn 61" cut 25-hp Kaw: $3698. •Scag V-walk 52" 300 hrs Consignment: $4999. •John Deere tractor 175, 38" cut hydrostatic drive: $498. •Ferris walk 48" Hydro Vanguard, 4yrs. old w/metal bag: $2998. •Toro walk Hydro 15-hp Kohler w/bag extra blades: $2898. •Timecutter 42" Kohler 3 yrs old: $1499. •Toro 44" belt walk: $1799. •Scag Turf Tiger 52" Z-turn: $4999. •Honda Harmony w/bag: $650. WINESBURG LAWN & GARDEN 330-359-0330

1980 CUB Cadet Riding Mower, Model #580, 16HP, 44" deck, $300. (330) 567-2390

FOR SALE: Troy Bilt Horse tiller, in good condition. Albert Yoder, (330) 893-1613

EXMARK 48" walk behind mower, $700. Toro 52" walk behind, $850. Honda Toro 21" mowers. John S. Miller, 330-893-0303.

FOR SALE: 26" Troybilt Mower, self propelled, good condition. Like new Pony Troybilt Tiller. (330) 674-0636 Leave message.

Huge Amish Furniture Consignment Auction Location; Dalton Buckeye Event Center. Located at 624 Henry Street, Dalton, OHIO 44618. Located at the west edge of Dalton along US 30.Approximately 20 miles west of Canton and 15 miles east of Wooster.

14th Annual Spring Auction Saturday, May 3rd @ 9:00 A.M. Items Include;(8) Poly patio sets, deluxe roll top desk, computer desks, desks, secretary desk, file cabinets, book shelves, 50 plus complete bedroom suites, 50 plus complete dining room suites , dining room tables, lots of beds, chairs, hutches, bedroom furniture, hall trees, hall seats ,hickory rockers, oak glider rockers, blanket chests, crafts, sofas,(20) plus recliners, sectional sofas, TV stands, coffee tables, end tables, occasional tables, plant stands, pie safes, jelly cupboards, rustic furniture ,area rugs, lots of outdoor Poly furniture, and much more. Note, lots of Lane and Lanzer upholstery furniture that is discontinued quality furniture coming from a local store. We will have furniture from over 100 local craftsmen. A very good selection of, bedroom suites and dining room suites. Furniture in quarter sawn oak, oak, brown maple, and hickory. All wood items are made by local Amish Craftsman .This could be the best quality items we ever had. We will be open Friday night May 2nd from 5 to 9 P.M. for preview. Pictures posted on I.D.7788. Or on, will have 2000 lots or more. We will sell in 3 rings. Delivery available, by MD delivery, at 330-205-2521. If you have never been to our furniture auction, it’s an experience you will never forget. Note to Consignors, Bring your consignments in Monday through Thursday, or until building is full. We no longer take consignment on Fridays the week of the auction Terms; Cash, Check, Visa & Master card. There will be a 7% buyer’s premium charge on all sales. There will be sales tax charge. Auctioneers, Steve Chupp, Bob Graber, Seth Andrews, Jason Miller, Harley Jackson John Kline, John Pond , Robert Miller and apprentice Eli Troyer.


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REDMAX LEAF Blower, works good, $200. Call 330-473-9944. GARDEN TILLING at reasonable rates. Call Nate 330359-5181 or John 330-231 -7789 JOHN DEERE Riding Mower 160, 38", $500. John Deere, 21", Self-Propelled, walk-behind, w/bagger, $200. (330) 231-5085 Berlin SNAPPER RER. 28" cut. 10hp $498.00; Snapper Pro Walk-behind, 36" cut., Kawasaki Engine FB4600 $798.98. Snapper RER, 28" cut $498.98; Eagle Star, walk-behind, 36" cut, Kawasaki Engine $698.98; BobCat, ZTR, 61" 25hp Kohler $3999.98; Snapper 36" walk-behind, Kawasaki Engine $798.98; Troy-Built 33" cut, B&S Engine $698.98; Toro 60" commercial ZTR $3998.00; Simplicity 38" Regent tractor $798.00; Exmark 52" vantage stand on 44 hrs. $5498.00; Scag Turf tiger 61" ZTR w/27hp liquid cooled Kawasaki $5498.00; Snapper Pro S75 mower $5000.00; Scag V-Ride 52", 1-yr. old 96hrs, $6250.00; Land Pride 52" Zero Turn w/new Honda engine $2750.00; John Deere X530 tractor w/rear bagging cart $4999.98; John Deere GX 345 tractor w/rear bagging cart, Consignment $3999.98. Charm Engine LTD 330-893-3033 TORO 44" Walk Behind mower, T-Bar Steering, new belts & clutch, grass catcher included, very good condition. (330) 698-0467 WILL DO garden plowing, tilling, brush hogging, and get your new lawn ready for seeding. Henry J Miller, 330-852-3363. 30" TORO, walk-behind, Like New. New Playset, 4 swings & slide. (330) 473-2168

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FREE HORSE MANURE for your garden. Manure & Shaving Mixture. You pick it up and its yours. (330) 674-1492. NOTICE: I will no longer be sharpening lawn mowers. Business & Merchandise for Sale: Ivan Troyer, 5899 S. Carr Rd. Apple Creek OH FOR SALE: Commercial 12 Gravely walk-behind tractor w/multiple attachments. 330-893-9371. DOC'S STUMP Removal, Res. & Comm. Fully ins. Free est. (330) 567-2584 Rodger Daugherty, owner.


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FOR SALE: New 10x12 storage barn, 40-yr. painted steel siding & roof; New 10x12 storage barn, primed, T 1-11 siding, shingle roof. Free delivery within 20 mi. (330) 466-4549 USED DESKMATE Original Series Word Processor, w/Microsoft Word & Excel, Quickbooks 2011 Premier Accountant, $750. (330) 231-2042 LADIES BIKE, super light, Fuji, very good condition. $500 (330) 600-9120 FOR SALE: Bio Buggy Harness, stainless steel hames & hardware, excellent condition. (330) 695-2115. 70,000 BTU Dura Heat space heater with thermostat, like new, $175. 330-893-3675.

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22" TORO Personal Pace Lawn Mower, like new. Console Natural Gas Refrigerator, 7 yrs old. 2000W Honda inverter generator. (330) 674-2419 MAYTAG ROUND tub wringer/ washer, needs some repair, $125; 4' Blue Spruce trees, $15/ea. 330897-6602. 12V 200W Solar Panel, 20AMP, Digital Controller, Xantres Inverter Charger 1500W (330) 473-3113 STAINLESS STEEL Holland Legacy grill, good condition, $120. 5482 TR 629, Millersburg 330-893-3675.




MAY Inventory Close-out Sale! Schlabach's Store, Walnut Creek, Mon-Thur 8-5 Fri.-6, Sat.-3. 330-893-2510 YAMAHA KEYBOARD 36 keys. Good condition. Call 330-279-2100 MINI SURREY, fiberglass wheels & shaft, (330) 893-2483 or (330) 275-6105 SE RAINBOW Sweeper, no power nozzle, all other attachments, clean, good condition. $250 (330) 674-6989

5,000 LB. TOYOTA Forklift, air tires, regular gas, $3250. 330 -695-9376.

FINISH BOOTH, good condition, 8'x8'x12' wide, $750 obo. (330) 897-1158 Ext 1


TR 20, Glenmont 7.9 acres, Great getaway or home site with a nice view, and pond. ½ wooded in a quiet country setting. Minerals transfer. $59,000 Jake Schlabach







D. Anthony Kaufman Kate Overton

330-231-4211 330-204-9339


D. Anthony Kaufman Kate Overton


Trail bottom Rd, Dundee


NEW SS Hand & Drill Crank, Oats crimper, $250 (330) 275-9675




330-231-4211 330-204-9339


360 E. Adams St, Millersburg

3 Bdrm, 2 bath home on large double lot. $84,500

D. Anthony Kaufman Kate Overton

330-231-4211 330-204-9339

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FOR SALE: PIONEER HAFLINGER FORE cart; 1-Horse manure spreader; Pioneer 24" steel wheels, like new; John Deere lawn tractor; Craftsman lawn tractor. (330) 852-7017 FOR SALE: Non-electric Kinetico Sulfer guard system, 4 yrs. old, removes rotten egg odor from your water, $1300. (330) 852-3192 5X5 PHONE Booth, like new, made by Little Cottage. $300. (330) 893-4315 FOR SALE: Road cart w/ lights, good condition. David Troyer, 330-695-9814 x 3 FULL SIZE 6' Truck Cap, w/tool box on 1 side, $300 obo. Also Savage Arms 7mm w/scope, synthetic stock, $500. (330) 231-1332

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FOR SALE: Rollair Air Compressor, 5hp Gas (like new) $475. 2 Kerosene Heaters $50 ea. Delta 10" Table Saw $150. Dewalt Mitre Saw w/stand $200. King Cutter 5' Box Blade w/teeth $375. 12' Canoe w/paddles $250. Plastic Fence Post, $1 ea. Steel Posts $3.50 ea. 2 Barn Beams for mantles $75 ea. Milwaukee Sawzall $75. 4 load super dry firewood $75 delivered Call 330-243-3544 NEW PFAFF Sewing & Embroidery Machines and Sergers for sale. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center, Apple Creek, OH 330-698-3060. Myers Jet pump with shallow well jet, $150. 5.5HP Honda set-up for natural gas $225. (330) 893-1953

FOR SALE: cooler and compressor w/elec. motor. Miller, 10506 Senff Rd., Dundee, OH 44624

SE RAINBOW Sweeper with power nozzle, clean, good condition. $450 (330) 674-6989

FOR SALE: Treated wooden fence posts. 7'6" $4.00. Levi Schlabach, 12866 C.R. 330, Big Prairie, Ohio 44611

USED BUGGY, w/child seats, led lights, fiberglass wheels & shafts, $2,700. (330) 852-9310

FOR SALE: Spectro Chrome treatment light with color slides. $250 (330) 674-2722

FOR SALE: Blue Bird & Wren houses, made out of pine & cedar. Also bird feeders. (330) 674-0636 leave message.

TIMESAVER 336-2 widebelt sander, 2 head, 37 inch electric, $3400. Harvey Yoder, 330-674-1860 x6

2 COOLING plates, rated at 18 degrees, 1-30"x120", $550. 1-36"x60", $350. Mounting brackets included. (330) 231-0741

FOR SALE - medium size Cunningham Wood Stove, good condition, $400. Propane floor lamp, $50. Owen Yoder 330-674-2526.

8' LEGACY Pool Table, complete $800. Used 2.5 Ton Mitsubishi Pallet Jack, good cond. 330-936-7079

FOR SALE: Myers 1/2HP Electric Submersible Deep Well Pump, $150 (330) 600-9192

FOR SALE: older buggy in fair cond. Hyd brakes, lights. David Troyer, 3283 TR 128, Mbg., OH 330-674-0434

FOR SALE: Pony harness draft type. Melvin Stutzman Jr., 4786 TR 629, Millersburg, OH 44654.

10X16 BARN with flooring, insulated, was used for office, $2500/obo. 330-8933900

FOR SALE: used Anderson Picture Units, 4'w X 6'h $100 each. Also, used Casement Picture with two flankers, either side. Call Nelson, (330) 231-5183

CVA OPTIMA Muzzleloader w/traditions 3-9x40 scope, ss barrels, camo stock. Like new $275 330-893-3710 x5

FOR SALE: Heat Queen Outdoor furnace, used 2 yrs, exc. cond. Make offer, Atlee Weaver 330-359-5357 FOR SALE: Sun recumbent bike, good cond., new tires, $290. 330-473-3094

Yamaha Generator YG2800I. Works good, $800 Gravely tiller, $150. Gravely rotary plow $150. 330-893-2786

MIGRATION FENCING for broiler houses, free standing, no stakes required. Rigid & easy to handle, in stock. Hillside Fabrication, 330-893-1058

CRAFTSMAN 12" Band Saw, w/accessories, good condition. $100. Also Powermate Pressure Washer, w/Honda motor, 2750psi, good condition. $150. (330) 698-0467

NEW SET of shiny Bio draft harness, $1085. Jacob W. Miller, 6380 Fountain Nook Rd, Apple Creek OH

FOR SALE: Men's RaLeigh Bike, like new, w/carrier & fenders, $500 Call (330) 641-4841

3/4" PLYWOOD CUTOFFS 3/4" White Birch. 15.75"Wx27-46"L. A lot in the 34-40" range. $2.00 each. Roughly 100 pieces. Ongoing source. Ph. 330-279-9046 T14, MARTIN houses, vinyl, cedar, pine. Also S&S Traps, bird houses & feeders, Wildcat Woodcrafts, (330) 897-7403 1.5 mi. S. of Baltic. 6X10 CARGO Mate enclosed trailer, $1000; Top Buggy, good cond., $2750; Garmin Dakota 10 GPS, like new, $150. (330) 897-3207 TOP BUGGY, child seat w/door, lights, $2,800. Surrey, steel tire, brakes, lights, $2,000. Clyde Yoder, (330) 893-1097 PLASTIC SHEETS, 4x8x3/8" thick, white, new, $85/ea. 3 or more $80/ea. Limited quantities. (330) 749-1054 ROUND TABLE live with Electric 1 HP motor, 5' diameter, good condition. $250 (330) 897-1038 FOR SALE: 35x70 Hoop Building. Atlee A. Keim, 6568 Salt Creek Rd., Fredericksburg OH 44627

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Golf Course Rd, Sugarcreek 6.1 acre building site. Nice pond and storage barn on property. Fully fenced. Excellent views! $12,500/ac


Cabin on 1.1 acre wooded tract. Great getaway spot with gorgeous views from back porch. Furnishings negotiable. $60,000


SUGAR MAPLE Trees, 10' 14' tall. Olen Miller, 330279-2136.

BUGGY FOR SALE: FIBERGLASS shaft & wheels, LED lights, 3 yrs. old, exc. condition. $4500. 330-365-0527

PVC PIPE, 1-1/2", 400 lineal feet, .62/ft, New, (330) 674-1694†Ext. 2 Leave Message.


BOSTITCH AIR spiker F28WW 2"-3 1/2" spikes good cond, $75 5482 TR 629 Millersburg 330-8933675

APPROX. 2500 board feet, popular, mostly 4x4, some 5x4, air dried for 6 months. .70¢/board ft. Roy Wenger TR 656 330-592-8793

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PSP CARTRIDGES, MLB '11, NBA '10, NFL '08, Cabelas Hunting, Blokus, $10 ea. or $45/all. (330) 893-4157

MINI SURREY in good condition. $3200. Atlee A. Hershberger, 5500 S.R. 557, Millersburg, OH 44654 330-674-2906


E-Z TRAIL 2 seater pony wagon, good cond., $400. Willis Yoder, 7070 TR 601, Millersburg, 330-275-6950.

13 H.P. Honda motor. Excellent cond. $425. Older Craftsman Band saw, $50. Junior Keim, 9241 T.R. 652, North of Ashery.

YARD MAN, 46" cut, 20HP Lawn Tractor, w/bagger and garden trailer. $600 obo. 14cf Upright Freezer, $125 obo. Reebok Treadmill, w/power incline $150 obo. (330) 316-7821


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FOR SALE: H.P. office jet 6100 E-printer, brand new ink cartridges included, $60 OBO. V.M. 330-893-3710 x5 16'x7' Insulated garage door with opener, good cond., all install parts incl'd, color-clay $500. 330-473-7103. 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. PISTON TYPE air motors CW24 w/ 10" pulley for wash machine, fan, etc. $120 each. 330-893-3675. FOR SALE: Office desks - 3 to choose from, $45/obo. 330-359-1902 FREE CANE Seed. Will cook can this fall. For sale: Martin box posts, fiberglass steel, aluminum perch, winches. Nelson Yoder, 5642 CR 59, Mbg., Ohio 44654 FOR SALE: Gateway Power unit. 26 HP Vanguard eng. hyd. system & brakes. No steering. Good cond. Wayne Yoder, 330-893-4215 FOR SALE: (8)Flush used door (1)pre-hung. Painted $4/ea, Stained $6/ea. Pre-hung $8. Also, 6 place gun rack $15 330-763-3988 FOR SALE: Used Surrey, good condition, $2,400. Joe Troyer, 10466 S Apple Creek Rd., Fred. OH Steel pipe fence $300. 330-600-0130.


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MAYTAG RINGER Washer, very good condition, $475. 12' Alum V-Boat, w/life jackets, gas tanks, anchor, trolling motor, with Trailer, 1971 Johnson 7.5HP motor, $600. (330) 893-2653 FOR SALE: Large Wooden Pony Cart, good condition. Road Cart, w/led lights, wooden wheels on steel, easy entry type for horse. (330) 674-0636 Leave mes. GALVANIZED STEEL conduit pipe 180' 3 1/2 in 130 ft. 4 in. 10 ft. sections with couplings, exc. cond., $5/ft. or all for $1250. 330-8933675. SKID BUILDINGS for sale. 1 - 12x28 insulated used for office and lunchroom. Good cond. 1 8x10 used for wood and coal. 1 6x9 used for broilers. 1 24x42 insulated used for a warehouse. Michael Miller, 3829 TR 606, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 13HP HONDA, like new $450, 5HP Saylor Beall Air Compressor, rebuilt and ready to work, $600. Brand new Wildfire Trash Pump W/Gx160 Engine 3" Ports, never started $325. 12" by 12" Slide $65 (330) 674-3971†Ext 4 MILKING EQUIPMENT, 4 complete bucket units, 1-vacuum dumping station, 1-claw washer. Elmer Graber, (330) 893-2598

Byler Land Auction Killbuck Area

Location: TR 67, Killbuck OH. From US 62, just west of Killbuck take CR 53 (at Sportsman’s Club) south approx. 2½ miles to location. Signs posted. GPS Coordinates: 40.454507, -81.995162.

Tuesday, May 6, 2014 6:00 p.m.

Miscellaneous Merch. 300

FOR SALE: 12x24 Garage on skids, made by Twin Oaks Barns, good condition. Michael Coblentz, (330) 359-5936

Pets Supplies 300

WHEATEN AKC Reg. puppies: 2 males and 4 females. $750 each. 8 weeks and ready to go, shots and wormed. Call 330-473-9944. FOR SALE: Royal Palm turkeys & Rolling Pigeons. 330-763-1190, or 330-7631880, call after 4pm.

STIHL CHAIN saw. Good cond. w/new chain, $300. Gas floor lamp, $50. S. Troyer 330-567-5908

REGISTERED OLDE ENGLISH Bulldog, female, born 9/3/13, brindle & white, $650. (330) 674-0509

FOR SALE: Mortise and Tenon framed shed. Also two stainless sinks. 20,000 sq. ft. storage space for rent. Call after 4 pm, 330-893-1130

10 ADORABLE Australian Shepherd puppies, family raised, NSDR reg. Ready to go May 6. 330-893-2599

FRUSTRATIONS? WE offer solutions. Deskmate Word Processors. Four models to choose from. Authorized distributor, Robert Yoder, 330-390-0177.


Pets Supplies

FOR SALE: 6 month old German Shepherd puppy. Black & Tan. 330-893-4519 2 YR old AKC Fawn Pug, female. $350. David Miller 330-763-1424 BLUETICK BEAGLE, female, 2 yr old, runs good. $75, John Barkman, 7884 TR 508 Lakeville OH 44638

2 YR old & 4 yr. old Elkhound x dogs. Tree some but need hunted, $100. Jr. Yoder, 7720 TR 509, Lakeville, OH WANTED: AKC Bicheon Male, Also, AKC Havanese Female, (330) 893-1521 AKC BEAGLES: males, year old. been hunting, need work, no time myself Papers make deals, 330-473-8704 BEAGLE PUPPIES for sale. Shots & wormed. (330) 893-2036 FOR SALE: Dog Kennels, 8x10 w/7 runs with 6' runs on outside. Also, 1 yr old 10x14 Kennel w/12 runs, 3 whelping boxes. For more info call (330) 231-7735

Kandel Real Estate Auction Walnut Creek Area

Location: 2202 Twp. Rd. 444, Sugarcreek OH 44681. From the intersection of SR 39 & SR 515 in Walnut Creek take SR 515 north ¼ mile to Twp. Rd. 444 and veer right follow 444 approx. 1 mile to property. Signs posted.

Thursday, May 8, 2014 6:00 PM *2 Story Home * Holmes County * East Holmes Local Schools * Storage Barn*

45.78 Wooded Acres * 2 Parcels * Excellent Hunting Land * Killbuck Township * Holmes County * West Holmes Schools Located in a great hunting area this 45 acre tract is all wooded and is surrounded by cropland and a good water supply for all types of wildlife. Trails and feeding areas already in place. Parcel 1: 24.78 acres. 435’ frontage on TR 67. Parcel 2: 21 acres. 389’ frontage on TR 67. Tracts will share the existing drive for access to property. Will be sold separate and then combined. Come and buy land that is conveniently located near Millersburg and small enough acreage to be affordable. Includes all mineral rights with the exception of royalties from existing wells only, any new well royalties will go to buyers. Call for map and brochure. Feel free to walk this land at your convenience. Call Jr. Miller or go to for more information. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Purchasers should inspect the property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all preceding advertising and statements. Legal: Holmes County tax parcel # 0800131000. Taxes are currently $161.64 per ½ year and are under CAUV. Sells at 6 PM. Owners: Freeman and Iva Byler

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111


Open for Inspection: Tuesday, April 22nd 4-6 PM This wonderfully located 2 story brick & newly vinyl sided home on approx. ¾ acre features 4 bedrooms, 2½ bath, kitchen, dining room, large living & family rooms, office, and a full basement. Home also features gas heat, central air, gas fireplace, central vac, 2 car attached garage, concrete and covered patio overlooking the valley. Property also includes a 10x14 storage barn and private well & septic. Join us for open house, or call Derrick for a private showing to envision your future home. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Purchasers should inspect the property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all preceding advertising and statements. Legal: Holmes County Parcel # 26-00414-000. Taxes per half approx. $1,171.63. Owners: Derrick & Esther Kandel Agent Owned

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111


Pets Supplies 300

FOR SALE, English Bulldog/Beagle, female, English Bulldog Puggle female, Also, Puggle female, bred, Call (330) 749-1141

FOR SALE: Stock Dog Puppies, Mother: Australian Shepherd, Blue Heeler, Red Heeler, Border Collie Mix. Father: Purebred Australian Shepherd. Parents are good stock and farm dogs. 5 males: $125/ea. (330) 567-9722. (2) 14-mo. AKC Siberian Husky females-- SOLD; Still for sale: 6 wks old Cocker Spaniel Puppies, 3-males, 1-female, AKC, wormed, vet checked, 1st shots, Female $750, Male $700. (330) 377-4706 OR (330) 231-7829

Pets Supplies

HAVENESE MALES, 1 yr old, $250. Joseph Erb, VM (330) 897-0083 FOR SALE: 3 mo. old beagle puppies. Out of good hunting stock, $70 obo. (330)695-9862 ENGLISH MASTIF Puppy, male, 5 mo old, fawn, $400. (330) 695-6793 7 YR old Chihuahua female, house trained, great with kids, accessories included. (330) 893-3463 ####### WARNING: Animals advertised for "free" are sometimes acquired by people who use them as bait in training other animals to fight or for science experimentation. Please offer your pet for a nominal fee in order to attract a sincere buyer. #######

4-YORKIE Females, AKC, Sell as group, $1,100. Also 1-Cavalier Female, Ruby, 3 yrs, $600 (330) 749-1054

COYOTE DOG, 4.5yrs old, Blue Tick Beagle. $500. Also, 2 July Walker Cross Pups, $75/ea. (419) 606-3674

4 MO old Golden Retreiver male, $450 (330) 275-2597

WANTED: SHEBA Imu Male, call 412-289-9498

Mast Real Estate Auction Mt. Hope Area Location: 8049 TR 652 Millersburg Ohio 44654 –. From SR 241 just north of Mt. Hope take TR 617 east 1 mile, continue east onto TR 652 ¼ mile to property.

Wednesday May 14th, 2014 6:00 PM * 1.609 Acres * Paint Township * Holmes County * Ranch Home * Large Shop with Barn * 12’x20’ Storage Barn * Well Manicured & Maintained * Move-in Ready * Open for Inspection: Thursday May 1st – 5:00 to 7:00 PM Location and curb appeal is everything with this property. Centrally located only minutes from Mt. Hope this property has beautiful landscaping, mature trees, well maintained home and outbuildings. The home features large oak kitchen, office with oak built in desk and cabinets, living room, 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths on the main floor and a front porch and maintenance free wrap around deck. The full walkout basement has a summer kitchen, fruit cellar, large rec room area, a full bath and bedroom. The utilities to the home are well & septic, natural gas hot water boiler heat, and electric. The home is wired but still has all plumbing for gas lights. The home has also had major updates in the last 4 years including siding, steel roof, and windows. The shop is 30’x50’ and has plumbing for infloor radiant heat, single phase & 3 phase electric and also has a motor room. The next level of the shop is 30’x30’and is equipped with exhaust fan for paint or finish room. The lower section is a 20’x20’ barn area with 1 box stall. This building is also fully insulated and has a dock area. The exterior of the property is well manicured with a blacktop circular driveway, large brick paver patio, well groomed landscaping and a very nice setting. Join us at the open house and view this property for yourself…you will not be disappointed with the offering. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at time of closing. No contingencies. Property will sells as is. Announcements day of sale take precedence. Legal: Parcel #’s 1501000000 & 1501024002 located in Paint Township of Holmes County and the East Holmes LSD. Taxes per half year are: $1,053,87. Auction by the order of: Reuben & Freda Mast

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111


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Cary/McKelvey Farm Auction 268 Acre Farm/Nashville

Location: 5081 CR 22, Glenmont OH 44628. From SR 39 in Nashville, OH take SR 514 south approx. 3½ miles to County Rd. 22 east ½ mile to property. Signs posted.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 5:00 p.m. 268 Acres * 6 Parcels * Stone House Farm * Home & Barn * Beautiful Open & Wooded Acreage * Good Springs and Creek * Ford and Ferguson Tractors * Attachments * Ford Pickup * Polaris ATV * Dirt Bike * Misc.

Open House: Tuesday May 13th 5-7pm

A superb offering in beautiful western Holmes County. 268 acres of wildlife laden retreat land that has an excellent supply of food, water, and cover for all kinds of game. The buildings include the old 1840s stone house that has been updated and would be excellent for a permanent home or that exclusive retreat property. Other buildings include an older 36’x60’ bank barn, a good 24’x32’ detached garage and an older spring house. Free gas from well on farm will stay with the existing home. There is nat. gas available from public line. Spring fed water supply, older septic system. There are several undeveloped springs on farm. The land is approx. 30-40 acres tillable with the balance being wooded. A spring fed creek flows thru the southeast edge of Parcel 1. Parcel 1: 10 acres with buildings. Approx. 165 ft. frontage on CR 22. Shared driveway for access. Parcel 2: 43.4 acres. Mostly wooded with approx. 1,560 ft. frontage on CR 22. Shared driveway for access. Parcel 3: 80.8 acres, tillable and wooded with 50 ft. frontage on CR 22. Parcel 4: 83.4 acres, open and wooded with approx. 343 ft. frontage on CR 22. Shared driveway for access. Parcel 5: 25.8 acres, open and wooded with approx. 758 ft. frontage on CR 22. Parcel 6: 25.2 acres, mostly wooded with approx. 1,365 ft. on CR 22 and additional frontage on TR 228. Parcels will be offered separate and combined, sells whichever way nets the most for sellers. Feel free to walk this farm at your convenience. Call for map and brochure. Call Jr. Miller for more details. Sells at 6 PM. Taxes and Legal: Taxes are currently $1,497.80 per ½ year and are under CAUV. Holmes County parcel numbers are 1100070000, 1100070001, 1100071000, 1100071001, 1100072000, 1100073000. Terms on Real Estate: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Purchasers should inspect the property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all preceding advertising and statements. Tractors * Pickup * ATV * Dirt Bike & Equipment Tractors, Attachments & Equip: 1953 Ford Jubilee gas tractor, w/ 12 volt system; Ferguson 20 gas tractor (clutch needs work); Rhino 5 ft. 3 pt. brush hog; older 5 ft. 3 pt. brush hog; King Kutter 3 pt. slipscraper; Ferguson 3 pt. 2 bottom plow; IH 3 pt. single plow; Ferguson 3 pt. cultivator; 3 pt. blade; Ferguson sycle bar mower; older MF sycle bar mower (needs work); Swisher 60” pull behind mower with Briggs engine; portable logsplitter with pto powered hydraulics; 6 ft. 3 pt. flail mower: single disc; Pickup, ATV, Dirt Bike: 1996 Ford F150 4x4 pickup, reg. cab, standard shift, 8’ bed, air, radio; 2000 Polaris Magnum 325 4 wheeler, 4x4, auto transmission, shaft drive, sells w/ 5 ft. blade; 2007 HI-BIRD QH-200GY motorcycle/dirt bike; Air Compressor, Tools & Misc.: Sanborn stationary air compressor (5 hp); Homelite 5000 watt generator; 2” trash pump w/ Honda motor; Wagner airless paint sprayer; Ridgid & Craftsman pipe cutter & threaders; 14’ aluminum ext. ladder; 2 sets of scaffolding; scaffold planks; 2 screw jacks; hay hooks other misc. barn items; climber & ladder treestands; old trunk; Hot Tub: 2007 Nordic hot tub with electric heater. Terms on Chattels: Cash, check, or any major credit card with valid I.D. 3% buyer’s premium will be waived for cash sales. Note: Not many small items. Should be finished with all chattels before real estate. Auction By Order of: Virginia Cary Trust Gary & Carolyn McKelvey

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111

The Holmes County Hub Shopper 300

Pets Supplies 300

Pets Supplies 300

PARTY COLORED Yorkie Pups, AKC, 2-females, out of 5lb free whelping stock, $800/ea or $1,500 both. Also Yorkichons, $400 ea. (330) 749-1054

3/4 MINI Schnauzer Puppies, good with children, good watch dogs, ready now. Abe Byler, 6091 CR 51, Big Prairie, OH 44611

WANTED: farm dog that kills ground hogs. Mahlon Yoder, 32157 C.R. 12, Fresno, OH 43824 740-622-1654

2 YR. OLD Yorkie male, 7 1/2 lbs. Proven breeder, $450. 330-466-8321

FOR SALE: 2 yr old Male Chocolate Beagle, runs rabbits, 7 yr male Pomeranian, (330) 279-9212 DALMATIAN PUPPIES, ACA Registered, 8 wks old, shots & wormed, (330) 674-0557 Ext 3

WANTED: 1/2 Beagle, 1/2 English Bulldog cross - Females or puppies. (330) 204-7997. FOR SALE: AKC Adult Males, 1-Bicheon, 2-Havanese (330) 893-1521

Pets Supplies

WANTED: BREEDING stock females, Maltese, Poodles, Schnauzers, Havenese, Shih-tzu, (330) 893-4315

BEAGLE: MALE, 7 years old. Good hunting dog. Runs his own rabbit. 330-897-0809

MED. SIZE dog setup 10'X14' building +runs- etc. Must sell - Make offer. 330-695-9369 x3.

3 yr. old AKC brindle female Boxer, good mom, $350. (330) 231-1665.

BREED Sellout: 5 chihuahuas, AKC, $100 a piece. 7 Papillons with papers, $250 a piece. 330-897-5700. COMING 2 years old Walker, male. Runs and trees coon, $200. (330) 674-9192. FOR SALE: Black & White APRI Shih-tzu male, 6 mo old, (330) 893-1016 Ext 2


ALUMINUM DOG RESTS, 16x19, $19.95 ea. No chewing, sanitary, easy to clean, appr. by Ohio Dept of Ag. Available in all sizes. Bert E. Miller, 8376 TR 528, Shreve. (330) 317-8570. FREE TO good loving, 8 yr old Yellow Lab, female, (330) 275-2597 MISSION COMPOUND Bow w/acces. incld'g release, adjustable draw length & draw wt., GC $250. 330-897-5410


NICE BEAGLE female, chases some rabbits, good at raising puppies. (330) 893-4908.

To settle the estates will sell the following personal property plus items from other homes at public auction. Auction to be held in The FFA Building, Wayne County Fairgrounds, Wooster, Ohio. The fairgrounds are located at the junction of US Route 30 and State Route 3 South.

1 YEAR OLD French Bulldog Boston Terrier cross. Nice markings, never had puppies. $650. 330-893-3424.


9:00 A.M.

HORST ESTATES AUCTION Empire style chest w/ fold out writing desk (rough); blanket chest; 2 over 4 chest; large selection of dolls, many NIB; good selection of Fenton Carnival style pcs. including pitcher and glasses; dishes and glassware; several good recliners; good blue couch; Maytag Quiet Plus auto washer; Hotpoint dryer; Magic Chef white refrigerator; Sony TV; dishes and cookware; lots of smalls of all kinds; 45 records; Rainbow sweeper; queen size bed and dressers; plank bottom chairs; good selection of farm and construction toys including AC 190 tractor; sad irons; quilts and quilt patches; quilt frame; Carter Ink wooden box; dinner bell and bracket Canton, Ohio; good old crocks; bird cage and stand; canning jars; egg baskets; electric meat grinder; old porcelain cook stove; new Tanaka weed eater; Simplicity 12,5 HP rider; lawn roller; new HD castors in box; and much, much more coming out of the farm house. A very partial list from a full house. Dennis Horst, Ex.. for ESTATES OF WAYNE AND EMILY HORST, Wayne Co. Probate #’sTBD. GANT ESTATE AUCTION Sharp one owner 1984 Cadillac Eldorado 2 dr., sun roof, power seats, garage kept, only 30,000+ miles, and original sticker; Winchester model 190 s/l 22 w/ scope; BB and pellet guns; good selection of ammo of all kinds; good old Coca Cola Slow School Zone crossing sign; 2 pc. Amish made secretary; Oak S roll top desk; 2 matching recliners; office chairs; dinette table and chairs; fancy cane bottom chairs; kids books; toys; ice cream parlor chairs; old cameras; 2 section stacking bookcase; hump back trunk; towels and bedding; new dry sink; outdoor furniture; good box lots; and more. Auction by order of Jack Gant, Ex. for ESTATE OF DONALD K. GANT, Wayne Co. Probate #TBD. LEMMON AUCTION GE auto washer; Kenmore dryer; bottom ½ of kitchen cupboard; outdoor cement figures; marble top 4 drawer chest; bird bath; 2 white utility cabinets; dishes and cookware; books; outdoor Christmas décor; towels and linens; 2 double bed; good floral couch; round table and 6 chairs; hutch; Bissell sweeper; Dirt Devil sweeper; recliner; good box lots; and more. Auction by order of Richard Lemmon POA for GLENDA LEMMON, OWNER. AKERS AUCTION Old grain painted chest; oak high back bed; child’s cupboard; crocks; primitives; costume jewelry; Chippewa Lake pc.; hanging Victorian lamp; Lennox; Staffordshire; McCoy; Fenton; GWTW lamp; 1977 Star Wars necklaces; dishes and glass; and more. ALSO SELLING from another home FP toys; vintage clothing; costume jewelry; Matchbox and Hot wheels; and more. KRABILL AUCTION Trades Pro air compressor; Craftsman scroll saw; Craftsman radial arm saw; 3 bike rack for car; musical instrument; old cameras; bedding; Serta - Pedic twin mattresses and frame; good tools and garage items; old oak table and boards; old sq. oak table and boards; sofa; wing back chair; good box lots; and much more. GERALD AND RACHEL KRABILL, OWNERS. TYLKA AUCTION Selling a long time collection of local advertising of all kinds ,mostly from Wayne and Holmes counties. Pens, pencils, yardsticks, and more; good selection of paper items of all kinds; old bottles of all kinds including medicine and chemist bottles; some milk bottles; copper kettle; old toy’s from 40’s and 50’s; Golden books w/ records; banks; old Hot Wheels; Roseville and other pottery; belt buckles; old kitchen items; good box lots; and much more. These are only the highlights. NOTE: A very partial list with much more yet to be discovered. Lots of volume in this auction. We will be selling in 4 rings. Bring 3 friends and the big truck. Car and mower sell approximately 12:00 Noon. Note the 9AM starting time. 4 crews selling by 9:15. Pictures at Click on chattel auctions. Pictures will be updated week of auction. Circle your calendar for a good one. TERMS- Cash or Good Check Breakfast and Lunch

(330)264-8342 JR. MILLER, AUCTIONEER/REALTOR (330) 231-1914

Pets Supplies 300


AUCTIONEERS Dave Acker, Nick DeFelice, Paul Emerson, Lynn Neuenschwander

FOR SALE: AKC Havanese male, born Feb. 27, 2014, wormed, shots started, black & white, $300. (330) 674-2710 10X14 KENNEL, USDA Approved, 12 runs on outside & inside, 4 whelping boxes. (330) 893-4315 AKC BERNESE Mountain Dog, male, 6 mo old, $850. (330) 893-1368 FOR SALE: Male Beagle. Chases rabbits, $75 OBO. Leave message. (330) 674-2596

7/8 E. Bulldog/Puggle, 2-f, 5 mo old, nice bulldog features, $750 (330) 600-2807 FOR SALE: Cream colored Cavalier/Bichon cross, female, $300 obo. Also, 1 yr old Grade Yorkie, female, $350 obo. (330) 897-4856 12 WK old Golden Retriver male, nice/friendly, pet only, has underbite, $200 obo. (330) 473-5331 FOR SALE: Black & tan German Shepherd, 4 mo. old, $300. Aden J. Miller, 10219 Hogback Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 1-1/2 yr. old reg's English Bulldog male, fawn/white; 2 yr. old Bea-Bull female, fawn/ white; 5 yr. old Beagle female - all for $1200. (330) 567-0081. FOR SALE: 1 yr. old Bichon male or trade on Shih-tzu male; 3 mo. old ACA German Sheperd, female, Levi Yodewr, 5864 CR 59, MBG. YORKIE HAVENESE mix puppies, (2) males, (1) black, (1) black/tan, exceptionally cute, $350 each. 330-279-2066 2 yr. old Husky male, no papers, $100; 1 yr. old Shih-tzu female, $250; Basset Hound male, 1 yr. old, no papers, $100; Red Sable German Shepherd male, reg'd, proven breeder, $250; (2) 1 yr. old Shar-pei females, $150/ea.; (2) female German Shepherds $250/ ea. 330-275-0795. BUNNIES for sale: 6 weeks. Ready for Easter. All colors. Call 330-852-7710

The Holmes County Hub Shopper 300

Pets Supplies 355

Thursday, May 1, 2014 — 45 Wanted to Buy 460

Apartment Rentals 520

Boats 695

AKC Reg. COTONS: 6 yr. old male, 6 yr. old bred female, & 2-1 1/2 yr. old females. Selling as group. 473-9944.

WANTED: medium size easy entry pony cart. Prefer with lights. 330-674-1539

WANTED TO RENT: 2 or 3 BR house or apt. in Holmesville area. Call 774-437-8208

1997 16-ft. Monarch bass boat, w/85-hp Johnson motor, w/trailer & trolling motor. $2000/obo. 330-852-2472

FOR SALE: 6 wk old, Coyote Hound Pups, out of excellent stock. Also, WANTED: trained coyote dog. (330) 601-2994

WANTED: CIDER Press, (330) 695-3610 VM, Jonas Hochstetler, 6585 Harrison Rd. Fredericksburg OH

NEWER, 2 BR, 1 BA. 1 car garage, W/D hookup, Central Air, $550/mo +dep. Millersburg, 330-464-3762.



Home Condo Rentals

1988 K75S BMW 750cc, saddle bags, tank bags, new seat, tires, 59k mi., red, $3200/obo. 330-567-3379

COUNTRY home close to Millersburg, private location, $700/mo. Dep./Refs. req'd. (330) 231-6255.

FOR SALE: Honda 4 wheeler 250, $1100. Call for more information, (330) 763-4795

WANTED: NEWFOUNDLAND dogs breeding stock. Call Joe Miller 330-473 -9355. KENNEL SELL-OUT! 2Poodle-Pom females, 1.5yrs old, $150 ea. 1-Pom female, 5 yr old, $50. 1-Maltese, female, 1yr old, $200. Black Poo-Pom male, 8 mo, $50. 1-ACA Poodle male, 1.5 yrs old, proven, $200. (330) 897-0128 BLUE MERLE male, proven, 330-852-2448

Chihuahua, 4 yr. old.

FOR SALE: 6 mo. old Great Pyrenees female pup. Good sheep guard dogs. Aden Chupp, 8105 T.R. 601, Fred. Price $125 Only 1 left ELKHOUND HUSKIE puppies. one male, two females, $200 each or best offer. 3 mo. old 330-852-1418

WANTED: OPEN surrey w/fiberglass seats, pony harness & cart, for 50" pony. Has to be wooden wheels. 6645 Salt Creek Rd, Fredericksburg 44627. WANTED: USED fuel tank, 100-250 gal, in good condition, (330) 605-8286 WANTED: USED Kitchen Sink, good enough for shop, prefer wooden. Also, natural gas oven. (330) 893-1918 VM WANTED: BEE swarms to collect. Roy L. MIller, 3915 T.R. 366, Mlbg. 330-8934408 wk. 330-674-4418

Tools Machinery


WANTED: 21 cu ft or larger chest type deep freeze, Also Good Broke Morgan Standard Bred Cross horse. (330) 763-1672

PERKINS ENGINE, 50HP @1800 rpm, excellent condition, Lester Yoder (330) 695-2610

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

6500W PORTABLE Generator w/Honda Engine, very low hrs, excellent cond. $1,400 obo (330) 473-9230

WANTED: STEAMED Jenny in good condition, 330-359 -5546.

FOR SALE: Natural Gas Generators, Onan 12KW, good condition. $3,500. Kohler 20KW, good condition. $5,000. 30KW Kohler, good condition. $6,000. 45KW Kohler, good condition. $6,500. 50KW Kohler, w/V-8 GM Engine, like new. $8,500. (330) 231-2634 WELDING SCREENS, 6'x6' UV resistant, free standing, excellent condition, $60 ea. 330-893-1058 FOR SALE: 8000W Lincoln Stick Welder Generator, $1,500 in good condition. (330) 897-3503 HYUNDAI 6500W diesel generator, only 9 hrs., $3900./obo. (330) 401-8262.



Wanted to Rent

WANTED PASTURE to rent for smaller steers. Call Steve 330-749-2557 or 330-275-2912.



MINI BUS, 2003 F450, Great condition, seats 22, $13,500/obo, 330-473-3530. 2003 MERCURY sable wagon LS, new tires, new jasper transmission, like new, loaded, 124k. mi., $3400 obo. Call/text 330-231-5745


RVs & Campers

2005 SPRINGDALE 26' Camper, Excellent Condition, sleeps 6, no slides, $8,000 obo. (330) 936-7079


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



D YODER CONSTRUCTION: Custom Homes, Remodeling homes, garages, decks roofing, & pole buildings. Free Estimates. (740) 294-3215

Trucks SUVs S175

2003 CHEVY Trailblazer 4x4, Great condition, 179k mi., 3rd row seating, $5500/obo. 330-556-9991



Wanted to Buy


Home Condo For Sale

Triplex & Shop for sale in Killbuck, very good condition. (330) 674-2819

7707 Millbrook Rd., Shreve 5 BR 4 BA (3800 sq ft) cape cod on 2 acres in Triway Schools! $194,900 Call/text 937-670-0730 FOR SALE: 10.3 acres, 5br 1.5ba, w/smaller house attached, 2br, 2ba, both walk out basements, outdoor furnace, 13 stall barn, shop. Taking bids until May 23rd. Reserve the right to reject any or all bids. 3372 E Moreland Rd Fred 264-8705

WANTED: 14" Bearcat grinder in good condition. Eli Gingerich, 12160 Western Rd, Apple Creek, OH 44606


WANTED: MINI Pony Harness, 330-465-7016 WANTED: Older hay & grain elevator for feed bunk. Also Jersey/crossbred fam. dairy cow. Robt. Keim, 9821 Hogback Rd, Fred'bg OH 44627

12X60 MOBILE Home for sale in Sarasota Fl, walking distance to Pine Craft, large car port, lanai 10x24, 2br, 1.5ba, new siding & windows, excellent condition, partially furnished, 55+ community, 330-231-2942

WANTED All motorcycles before 1980, running or not, Cash paid. 845-389-3239.


WANTED TREE TOPS. Can pay in most situations. Jr. Yoder, 7720 TR 509, Lakeville, OH 44638

WANTED TO buy: Standing Timber & Land, (740) 502-4074

rough, runs good, 150K, great work or derby car. $950 obo. (330) 231-5745

YOU GOT SCRAP - WE GOT CASH! Pickups available. No equipment or vehicle too big for our disposal. Call evenings, 330-275-7980.



great! $1500. 330-464-2809 or 330-464-2811.

1998 GMC Safari 7 pass. van, Exc. cond., very little rust, runs great. $1000. 330-464 -2809 or 330-464-2811.


Building Materials

207 Doors & Windows

1989 JOHNSON 25HP Boat Motor, $775 (330) 275-0136

• Vinyl Windows

FOR SALE: 14' Mirror Craft boat with trailer, & 9.5-hp Mercury motor, $1300. 5118 Cutter Rd., Apple Creek. 330-698-0111 †x1

• Free10190485 Estimates 4881 CR 207 Millersburg, OH


NOW OPEN Centerline Cabinets 8494 East Lincoln Way Orrville, Ohio Lite Oak and dark Beech cabinets. Semi loads in stock. Assembled box cabinets made in USA. 330-683-3030. Mon. 10-7, Tues.-Fri. 8-5. Marble tops, faucets

06500 AD13113930 72


Building all types of wood & wire fences. Have ambusher to clear old fence rows. Free est. United Fencing 330-359-2314 x1 / 231-8813 YODER'S FENCE & Brush Removal. Will build all types of farm fence. 23 yrs. exp. Free est. 330-763-0497 DOUGHTY FENCE Builders. Building all types: board, split, rail, woven wire, non-climb horse, barb, horse, cote, hitensil. Also repairs. 330-893-1803 330-763-1433



I BUY junk cars 262-9300

REFLECTIVE Insulation 3/8" -2" 4x8 sheets and rolls Delivery avail. 419-602-1837.


HILLSIDE WINDOW and doors with composite jamb, $295. Vinyl windows with heavy duty aluminium screen. Free estimates. We install. We now stock doors. 330-897-1222 x3.

HAULING AMISH Ladies, Doc apts, shopping, day trips etc. Can haul up to 4 people. Charging .80/mi. Non-smoker, located outside of Fredericksburg. Call (330) 749-4947

FOR SALE: Suzuki 40 HP outboard motor. Good shape, oil injection also steering cable 1986 model $2200 OBO. (330) 852-0653





Cabinet Making short or long hauls, 2 mini

vans, 80¢/mi. 330-897-2170 Mobile Home SALE: 1982 19-ft fiberor 330-390-0164. For Sale FOR glass Bayliner, $ 1 7 0 0 . BUILDING A NEW HOME or 330-377-4706 231-4706



14' V-BOTTOM Crestliner, $600 (330) 473-0325 1957 ALUMINUM Crestliner, 14', was repainted with new floor and new carpet, 9.9 Johnson motor, works good. Ready to go fishing. (740) 294-8526

Land Sale Rent 14' BLUE Fin Aluminium

Boat, with 9.9 Evinrude Motor, MinnKota Trolling Motor w/foot controls, live well & fish finder, good condition. $2,250 (330) 893-0133

remodelling? We have quality constructed solid maple cabinets in an ample variety of finishes and styles at a competitive price. Willow Springs Cabinet 31479 TR 231, Fresno, OH 43824. 330-897-0099



The Best Tiller on Earth

08650 AD13289859 144 Shop/This Wk Class Display BCS BERLIN GRAVELY SALES 4319 County Rd 168 Millersburg, OH 44654 God is Love 330-893-2421

Party Services

Fencing ICE CREAM for weddings,

27’ Sportcraft with Trailer

• Excellent Condition • New Engine

Lawn & Gardening

LOOKING for yards to mow in the towns of Millersburg, Berlin, Holmesville, Killbuck. Great rates. 330-275-6190.


HAULING LIMESTONE, gravel, mulch, landscape gravel, top soil. Can haul 8 ton, competitive rates, Jerry's Trucking, Jerry Troyer, 330-763-4887.

05200 AD13324498 144 10248302


07200 AD13289578 144 10239207

Bobcat S175 Skid Loader $350/WK, $1100/MO Call 330.674.1871

Home Improvement

SPRING IS HERE! If you have attics, basements, garage, barns, etc. that need cleaned out, please call us. We are full service. Will haul away. Don't hesitate to call. Two Brothers Clean-Out. (419) 606-3674 or (240) 527-7694. Paying cash for quality items.


2000 GMC Safari 7 pass. van, Sports Fitness WANTED: GOOD used exer- 2000 CROWN Victoria, body Exc. Cond., no rust, runs cise rebounder. (330)

Giant Avail XS Women's bike, $400. 330-567-2390.


WANTED: FANS - 36"-48", with or without motor. Also PTO driven pulley, mounted on 3pt. (330) 473-8723



WANTED: Paint Belgian cross. 330-893-4328

Motorcycles ATVs

Cleaning 845

ICH KAUF! Scrap Metal, Will do wedding & church scrap cleanups also. Call evenings @ 330-275-7980

parties, graduations, etc. Flavors available. Delivery available. 4 & 6 oz. cups available. 330-852-2938 or 330-2601219. CONCESSION TRAILER Set up for Ice Cream. Only used 3 years, asking $11,000. 330852-2938 or 330-260-1219.


Roofing & Spouting

FOR SALE: 5" KWM Gutterman gutter machine set up w/Honda motor. Forward reverse neutral, extra spools, ex. cond., removable wheels for easy loading & unloading on trailer. $8500 firm. Em. Miller, 9080 S. Carr Rd. Fred, OH 44627


Top Soil

FOR SALE: Top soil. Approx. 300 ton, $4.00/ton. Trucking available. (740) 824-4882.



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



WORK ROUTE Driver available from Mt. Hope to Berlin or vice versa. Ask for Fred 330-473-5299



CATERING- FULL SERVICE Wedding and Event. For in- FOR SALE: Used Med. Naformation email: stacey@ polean wood stove, $400. or call: Joseph Miller, 8475 TR 652, (330) 231-7502 Mbg, OH 44654.

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

46 — Thursday, May 1, 2014

The Holmes County Hub Shopper

330-345-5200 888-244-6632

Shop Online

We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle

College Hills Honda

Locally Owned and Operated


$0 Security Deposit Leases Just Announced! 0.9%


2014 Civic Sedan LX 36 Month Lease

149 Mo.


Automatic Transmission



total due at signing

36 Month Lease

Best Value One Pay Lease – 2 Year Test Drive



All Taxes and Fees Included



24 Month Lease

2014 CR-V AWD LX

2014 Accord Sedan LX

Automatic Transmission


195 Mo.


Automatic Transmission


total due at signing

36 Month Lease

Best Value One Pay Lease – 2 Year Test Drive



Due Monthly

All Taxes and Fees Included



24 Month Lease

204 Mo.




total due at signing

Best Value One Pay Lease – 2 Year Test Drive



Due Monthly

All Taxes and Fees Included

24 Month Lease



Due Monthly

“Special Finance Rates”


APR for 24-36 months

2014 Accord Coupe Special APR 0.9% APR for 24-36 months or 1.9% APR for 37-60 months


APR for 24-36 months

2014 Accord Sedan Special APR 0.9% APR for 24-36 months or 1.9% APR for 37-60 months


APR for 24-36 months

2014 Civic Sedan Special APR 0.9% APR for 24-36 months or 1.9% APR for 37-60 months



APR for 24-60 months

2014 CR-V Special APR

APR for 24-36 months

2014 Odyssey Special APR

0.9% APR for 24-60 months

0.9% APR for 24-36 months or 1.9% APR for 37-60 months

36 Month 36,000 mile closed end lease. 2014 Civic LX Automatic Sedan, 2014 Accord LX Automatic Sedan, 2014 CRV LX AWD. $2499 plus tax, title, documentary fee, license plates and mud guards. 24 month 24,000 mile Best Value One pay lease – 2 year yest drive for 2014 Civic LX Automatic Sedan $8041, 2014 Accord LX Automatic Sedan $9797, 2014 CRV LX AWD $9282 includes 6.5% Wayne County tax, documentary fee, license plates and mud guards. All leases and finance rates for well qualified buyers approved with Honda Financial Services. Offer expires 05-12-2014.

We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle


2010 Crosstour EXL AWD


2011 Pilot EX AWD


$ A373A



2012 Civic LX

2011 Odyssey EX

$ A385A



2012 Civic EXL

$ A417A

$ A190A






2003 Taurus SEL

$ A430A




Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 - 6:00 Saturday 8:00 - 2:00




$ A395A


2011 Equinox LT


2009 Impala LS


Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 - 6:00 Saturday 8:00 - 2:00


2010 Jetta Sport TDi


2012 Accord EXL V6 Cpe



2000 Suburban LT 4WD


$ A725A


2011 CR-V LX


2005 Accord EXVL

Financial Services Mon. - Thurs. 9:00 - 8:00; Fri. 9:00 - 6:00 Saturday 9:00 - 5:00

The Honda Certified Cars Limited Warranty extends the nonpowertrain coverage by 1 year/12,000 miles to 4 years*/48,000 miles.

2011 Crosstour EXL AWD


2007 Ford Fusion SEL


2010 Kia Soul


The Honda Certified Cars Limited Warranty extends the powertrain coverage to 7 years*/100,000 miles.

Non-Powertrain Coverage - Within New Car Warranty

Other Select Used Cars


2002 Camry XLE



Powertrain Coverage

We Specialize in the Sale of Honda Factory Certified Used Cars Exclusive in Wooster

College Hills Honda Used Cars


$ A368A

2002 Toyota Tacoma


If it’s not a Genuine Honda part, it shouldn’t be part of your Honda. Right Part. Right Fit. Right Now.

4600 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, OH 44691

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2011 Ford Ranger XL



















2012 Chevy Volt Electric

2013 Chevy Captiva LTZ FWD





2013 Ford Escape SEL 4X4































2012 Jeep Liberty LTD 4x4












2011 Cadillac SRX AWD







2010 Chevy Tahoe LTZ













2008 Honda Accord EX-L 4DR



















2013 Chevy Captiva LT FWD



2013 Chevy Captiva LT



2012 Chevy Captiva 2LS

2011 Dodge Nitro Heat 4x4



2010 Dodge Journey SE





2011 Ford Edge SEL AWD




2010 Chevy Camaro 2LT

2010 Jeep Wrangler 2DR Sport 4x4 2013 Chry Town & Country Touring





2011 Buick La Crosse CXS










2011 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4



2010 Nissan Armada Platinum




2013 Mazda 2

2012 GMC Terrain SLE FWD



2011 Mini Y Hardtop

2013 Chevy Cruze 2LT

2012 GMC Terrain SLT-2 AWD



2012 Fiat 500 Sport

2013 Chevy Sonic LT

2011 VW Jetta SEL

2012 Toyota Corolla S




2012 Ford Focus SE

2013 Chevy Cruze 2LT



2012 Honda Civic LX

2011 Nissan Murano S AWD 2012 Ford Escape Limited 4x4





2012 Chevy Malibu 1LT

2012 Kia Sorento LX FWD




2013 Chevy Impala LTZ




2013 Chevy Cruze 2LT

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee AWD

2012 Buick Enclave CXL AWD



2010 KIA Optima EX

2012 Nissan Versa S 5DR

2012 Chrysler 200 Touring LX

2012 Chevy Eqinox LTZ AWD

2013 Ford Edge LTD AWD



2011 Nissan Rogue SV AWD




2012 Chevy Cruze LT

2013 Chevy Impala LTZ

2013 Chevy Malibu LT




2012 Chevy Malibu 1LT



2011 Ford Ranger XL



2012 Chevy Captiva 2LS




2011 Ford Fusion SE

2010 Mazda 3 Sport



2011 Ford Ranger XL

2012 Kia Forte EX

2011 Mazda 2 Sport 4DR

2008 Chevy Impala LT

2008 Pontiac G6

2002 Chevy C1500 REG WT


2013 Chevy K2500 Crew LT





2011 Buick Enclave CXL AWD




2013 Chevy Tahoe LT 4x4




MON. & THURS. TIL 9:00 TUES., WED. & FRI. TIL 6:00 • SATURDAY TIL 3:00

330-264-2300 800-589-2301 1119 W. Old Lincolnway • Wooster, Ohio 44691 Just across from the Wayne Co. Fairgrounds


The Holmes County Hub Shopper • • •



2007 Buick Lucerne Only 38,000 Miles! Power Sunroof, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Traction Control



Sale Price

2012 Ford Escape

Sale Price



2011 Chevy Malibu LT

Only 24,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner

Only 26,000 Miles! Power Seat, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, XM Radio

Sale Price

Sale Price



2012 Chevy Captiva LT Only 17,000 Miles! Power Seat, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air



Sale Price

2012 Chevy Cruze

Only 42,000 Miles! Power Seat, Keyless Entry, 1 Owner



2011 Buick Regal CXL Only 24,000 Miles! Power Seats, Power Windows & Locks, Heated Leather, Alloy Wheels

Sale Price

Only 31,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Air, CD Stereo, Manual Transmission



Sale Price

2014 Chevy Cruze LT Only 12,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air



Sale Price

2010 Mazda CX-7 AWD



Only 35,000 Miles! Power Sunroof, Heated Leather Seats, Bose Speakers

Sale Price



2008 Chevy Trailblazer LT Only 64,000 Miles! Power Sunroof, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package


Sale Price


2014 Chevy Cruze LT Only 11,500 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air


Sale Price


2011 Chevy Equinox Only 38,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, XM Radio, Traction Control



Sale Price

2013 Chevy Impala LTZ 2011 Nissan Titan Crew 2012 Chrysler Town & Country 2011 Buick Lacrosse CXL Only 20,000 Miles! Heated Leather Seats, Power Sunroof, Remote Start, Alloy Wheels

Sale Price

Only 18,000 Miles! Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package



2009 Chevy 3/4 Ton Reg 4x4 Only 41,000 Miles! V8, Tilt Wheel, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Air

Sale Price



Sale Price



2011 Toyota Rav4 Only 39,000 Miles! Power Sunroof, Leather Seats, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

Sale Price

Sale Price



Only 30,000 Miles! Power Seat, Remote Start, Keyless Entry, Heated, Leather, CD Stereo.



Sale Price

2010 Buick Enclave CXL AWD 2012 GMC 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 SLE



Only 26,000 Miles! Power Seat, TV/ DVD, Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

Only 44,000 Miles! Power Seats, Sunroof, Leather, Alloy Wheels, Air, CD Stereo

Sale Price



Only 30,000 Miles! Power Seat, Windows & Locks, Keyless Entry, CD Stereo, Tow Package



Sale Price

*While supplies last. Vehicle color may not reflect sale vehicle. Sale ends 5/10/14

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48 — Thursday, May 1, 2014

Holmes County Hub Shopper, May 1, 2014  

Holmes County Hub Shopper covers news and events in and around Holmes County, Ohio. This week's cover story looks at changes in the way chil...