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Sept. 19-25, 2015: Vol. 14, No. 21; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-1132 •

 Five years fly by

Calendar September Sugarcreek Post fish fry is Saturday

It’s time for the Quinquennial Winesburg Reunion

American Legion Post 494 of Sugarcreek announces its fall Family Fish Fry schedule for 2015 as follows: Saturday, Sept. 19; Saturday, Oct. 17, and Saturday, Nov. 21. All events will be at the Post By KEVIN LYNCH Home, on North BroadStaff Writer way Street, in Sugarcreek, and run from 4-7 p.m. The WINESBURG — PeoPost will also have fish ple come from everyfries at the Ohio Swiss where to get to the 25th Festival on Friday, Oct. 2 Quinquennial Winesburg Reunion. There will even See Pg. 5 — CALENDAR be a special guest drop-

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Mike Schenk photos

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Mike Martin made ornamental fixtures during a Fall Gathering in Winesburg. The 25th QuinquenCindy Hensley checks out a bin of brightly col- nial Winesburg Reunion and Fall Gathering will take place Sept. 18, 19 and 20. ored hair ties at the Winesburg Fall Gathering. ping in from above the weekend of Sept. 18, 19 and 20 for the Fall Gathering and quinquennial reunion. Anyone with roots in

Winesburg, or neighbors, or simply friends is encouraged to come to Winesburg for the weekend activities, which will include a skydiver drop-

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ping in on the activities at the Winesburg Heritage Park on Saturday at noon. “It’s certain to be a great time. They’ll even stop the softball game if the diver

doesn’t hit his target,” said Sue McFarland, a member of the Winesburg Reunion committee. “There’s plenty See Pg. 7 — REUNION

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Jaeb appointed to Holmes Board of Elections

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Honey Ham

2.59 / LB


Brick cheese

2.75 / LB


Smith's Vitamin D Milk $ 3.29 / Gal Smith's Sour cream

1.45 / 16oz


Grape Tomato $ 1.19 / pinT Honeydew $ 2.99 / ea Red Tomato Blue Goose Jam

3.45 / 16oz


Thesco Flour

39¢ / lB

O/F Cheese Slices Singles ............................$2.33 / EA Shultz Salty Stix ................................ $3.99 / 3 LB Bag

Special church order pricing. Receive a $5.00 Red Tomato Voucher. FREE local delivery, FREE bag of Pretzels with 40 lb meat, cheese and bread order.

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Secretary of State Jon Husted has appointed Michael Jaeb to the Holmes County Board of Elections. He will fill the unexpired term of Georgie Cool and was recommended by the Holmes County Democratic Exec-

utive Committee. State law requires bipartisan representation on each of Ohio’s 88 county boards of elections. Each board is made up of two Republican members and two Democrat members, all of whom must be quali-

fied electors in the counties for which they serve. The Secretary of State makes appointments to boards of elections based on the recommendations of the executive committees of the respective county political parties.

Ad deadlines — Display ads, Monday at noon; Classified ads, Tuesday at 3 p.m.

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News deadline — News stories, briefs, meeting notes, photos and features are due by noon

Behind the barrel Ohio Department of Transportation will be working this week in these areas of Holmes County: State Route 39: From Millersburg to Nashville, mowing. State Route 60: From Welcome to State Route 39, mowing.

of the Monday before the Saturday publication date.

State Route 179: Shoulder betterment/berm maintenance. State Route 514: Road closed Monday-Friday at the Knox County line, slip repair project. State Route 514: From Nashville to Knox County line, mowing

Holmes County Hub Shopper (Copyright 2015)

P.O. Box 151, Millersburg, Ohio 44691 Millersburg office: 25 N. Clay St Phone: 1-330-264-1125 Publisher: Andrew S. Dix; Managing Editor: Lance White; Ad Director: Kelly Gearhart Email: Published Thursdays by the Holmes County Shopper Hub. Entered as periodicals, postage paid at Wooster, Wayne County, Ohio. Direct address changes to: The Daily Record, P.O. Box 918, Wooster, Ohio 44691. Office hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

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Lots of Candy! Corn Flakes $1.45 18 oz. Honey Bunches of Oats Low Price! Kidney Beans $1.05 27 oz. Walnut Creek Sweetened Condensed Milk $1.75 14 oz. Whipin’ Ice SALE $4.59 32 oz.

Sweet & Salty Granola Bars 6 ct. $1.25 Beef Broth 14.5 oz. 49¢ Quick Oats 3 lbs. $1.99 We Now Have... Frozen Ground Beef & Pork Sausage!

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Black forest Ham ........................................$2.39 lb. Brick ..............................................................$2.79 lb. Taking orders for Chicken..................40 lb. Boxes Bone in Thighs ............................................$1.29 lb. Boneless Skinless Thighs .........................$1.49 lb. Boneless Skinless Breasts........................$1.99 lb. Boneless Skinless Tenders .......................$2.49 lb. Drums ..............................................................99¢ lb. Leg Quarters.................................................. 79¢ lb. Halves ...........................................................$1.99 lb. Wings ............................................................$2.49 lb. All natural hormone and steroid free chicken TAKING ORDERS FOR YELLOW DELICIOUS APPLES Free Delivery on Church Orders • 40 lb. Minimum Call in for prices on large orders

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.39¢ lb. Grocery List


14.99 bushel $7.79 ½ bushel


Friday September 25thSeafood Event

........................................$2.79 lb. Troyer Sliced Trail Bologna....................................$3.99 lb. Troyer Swiss Cheese ............................................$2.99 lb. Troyer Muesnter Cheese ........................................$2.79 lb. Wholey Shrimp ..................................................$7.99 lb. Whole Pork Loins....................................................$1.89 lb. Nickles Honey Buns ............................... 12 package $1.49 Shearers Krazi Curls ................................................. .99¢ ea. Reiter Gallon Milk ............................................$2.29 Gal. Reiter Orange Juice .............................................$2.49 Gal. Troyer Cream Cheese.............................99¢ ea. 8 oz. package Sauder Medium Eggs........................................... $1.89 doz. Thesco Flour ..............................................................35¢ lb. White Sugar...............................................................59¢ lb. Gerber Chicken Breast Pieces .................................$1.89 lb.

Pollock Fillets $1.99 lb. Pre-Fried Crab Cakes $1.29 ea. Lobster Tail $7.99 ea. Sea Scallops $21.99 lb. Lobster Tail $7.99 ea. Norwegian Salmon Portions $12.49 lb. Atlantic Cod Loins $7.99 lb. Beer Battered Haddock $9.99 lb. Wholey Shrimp $7.99 lb.

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YOU CAN DO IT — Morganne Balder encourages her llama to walk through the multi-colored hoop during the Holmes County Fair.

Holmesville 330-279-2283 2 miles north of Holmesville on SR 83 Sale Dates September 21st – September 26th ~ Produce ~

~ Deli ~

Honey Ham ..................................................................... $2.59 lb. Dutch Loaf ...................................................................... $2.79 lb. Brick Cheese .................................................................... $2.69 lb. Mild Cheddar .................................................................. $2.79 lb. Horseradish Cheese ......................................................... $2.49 lb.

• McIntosh • Jona Mac • Paula Red

Seedless Watermelons • Seed Watermelons Cantaloupe • Tomatoes • Peppers • Sweet Onions Acorn Squash • Spaghetti Squash • Butternut Squash

~ Apples ~ • Gala .69¢ lb.

• Ginger Gold • Summer Rambo

Honey Crisp Apples $1.29 lb. ~ Fall Decorations ~

Pie Pumpkins • Gourds • Pumpkins Fall Mix • Mums • Mini Strawbales OHIO FOOD STAMPS

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Community Church Harvest Festival

Keen to speak at Community Bible

Hygeine giveaway set for Sept. 26

Longenecker Mennonite Church, County Road 186 near Winesburg, will be hosting an annual Harvest Festival Saturday, Oct. 3. The public is invited to join the congregation for the day. All activities take place outside under a large tent. Take a lawn chair and enjoy the day. The events scheduled include: 7-10:30 a.m., breakfast. All you care to eat pancakes and sausage, sausage gravy with biscuits and corn mush. 9 a.m.-4 p.m., car show. Prizes will be awarded in various categories and Best of Show. 10:30 a.m., children’s auction. Items for children with bidding by children with parent. 11 a.m.-4 p.m., food stands — pulled pork sandwiches, sloppy joes, hot dogs/coneys, nachos, homemade ham and bean soup with corn bread, homemade chicken and noodles. Noon, main auction with various items. 3 p.m., raffle drawing, featuring five prizes — a G Loomis fishing rod with Shimano reel, Bosch mixer, Apple I-Pad, Makita 18V 2-impact driver kit and a Lifetime 6-quart ice cream freezer. (One tickets gives you five chances to win.)

Millersburg Church of Christ, 926 E. Jackson St., will be having a free personal hygiene giveaway on Sept. 26 from 9-11 a.m. at the church.

Baltic Zion to hold supper

Dr. Charles Keen of First Bible International will be guest speaker at Community Bible Church, 5279 County Road 314, Millersburg, on Sept. 20. He will speak at 9:30 a.m. and at 10:30 a.m., sharing his ministry in printing and placing Bibles in the hands of those not privileges to have had the printed Word of God.

‘Tailgate Sunday’ is Sept. 20 Barrs Mill Church of God invites you to the third annual “Tailgate Sunday,” Sept 20 at 10:30 a.m. Jay Richardson, former Ohio State football star, will share his testimony. Following will be a family tailgate party with a skills competition for children ages 6-18, inflatables for the kids, and complimentary picnic lunch. Visit: www.

Longenecker to hold

Community briefs supper benefit from 5-7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 10. Menu features ham, chicken, noodles, scalloped or mashed potatoes, green beans, applesauce or coleslaw, dessert and beverage. Cost is $9 for adults and $4 for ages 5-12. Carryouts will be available. Proceeds benefit local missions.

Fall Bazaar planned at Hopewell Hopewell Presbyterian Church will hold its annual Fall Bazaar Oct. 10, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with baked goods, canned goods, produce, flowers and hand-crafted items. Lunch of soup, sandwiches, dessert and ice cream will also be available.

First Presbyterian serving free meal A free meal, “Thursday Night Light,” is served the third Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at Millersburg First Presbyterian Church, 90 S. Clay St.

Donations needed

Donations are needed to help troubled boys. The Trading Post Thrift Store is at 7703-B state Route 241, just west of Mount Hope. Baltic Zion United Church of All proceeds will go to support the Christ, 203 N. Butler St., will Ohio Wilderness Boys Camp. Call hold its annual ham and chicken 330-857-5516. or 330-464-1261.

New arrival ISABELLA JOYCEANN was born to James and Felicia Carr, Shreve, on Sept. 4. She weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces and was 19 inches long. She joins brothers Austin and Easton. Grandparents are Ron and Molly Birchfield of Orrville, Curt and Yvonne Boldman of Wooster and Bob and Deb Carr of Shreve. Great-grandparents are Charles and Shirley Bucher of Arizona, Bette Boldman of Wooster and Joan Murphy of Mansfield.

Family Care in Mount Hope Mount Hope Medical Center is located at 4606 Township Road 634. Dr. D.J. McFadden will see patients at the center Mondays, 1-4:30 p.m., and Wednesdays, 8 a.m.-noon. Pomerene Family Care will offer a full spectrum of family practice services including pediatric care, women’s health, obstetrics, care of chronic conditions, acute care, travel medicine and midwifery services. For more information, call 330-674-8444.

Millersburg taking grant requests The village is accepting applications for economic development grants. The fund was created from money collected under the village’s transient occupancy (hotel/motel) tax. The fund is dedicated to promoting economic development. Applications will be accepted from anyone residing in or doing business in the village. Applications may be obtained at the Village Offices, 6 N. Washington St., Millersburg, or at www,, and are due by Nov. 15. For more information, contact Clerk-Treasurer Karen Shaffer at 330-674-1886.

Donations needed for Pleasant Valley Cemetery Pleasant Valley Cemetery is accepting donations to pay for mowing of the cemetery. Any amount is appreciated. For more information, call Robert L. Croskey, 330-276-3322. Donations may be sent to Croskey at 12049 U.S. 62, Killbuck 44637 or Lilian Duncan, P.O. Box 284, Killbuck 44637.

Calendar (From Page 1) and Saturday, Oct. 3, from 3:30-7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to these events.

Schmidt concert benefits auxiliary John Schmidt will perform Sunday at 4 p.m. at Secrest Arboretum at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster, in the John Streeter Garden Amphitheater at 4 p.m. The concert benefits the Wooster Community Hospital Auxiliary. Call Carla Redick for more information at 330-263-8299.

BP-L Community Club to hold fish fry All you care to eat fish fry will be held at noon Sunday, Sept. 20, at Lake Memorial Park, Big Prai-

rie. By donation, proceeds go to maintenance and improvement of the park. Fish, french fries, coleslaw, fried dill pickles, applesauce, dessert, orange drink, coffee. Dine in or carry out meals. Sponsored by BP-L Community Club. One mile west of Big Prairie, on Holmes County Road 100.

SpringHaven plans Sept. 24 open house SpringHaven Counseling Center will hold an open house Sept. 24, 6:30-8:30 p.m. to showcase its new indoor arena at 15550 Durstine Road in Mount Eaton. The new arena will be used in an equine assisted counseling program, offered in addition to or in place of traditional office therapy sessions. EAC is available for individuals, families and groups, ages 8 and up.

For more information, call Tiffany M. Ingersoll at 330-359-6100.

Personal hygiene giveaway set Millersburg Church of Christ, 926 E. Jackson St., will be having a free personal hygiene giveaway on Saturday, Sept. 26 from 9-11 a.m. at the church.

October Killbuck yard sales scheduled Killbuck will hold the Fall Yard Sales on Saturday, Oct. 3, beginning at 9 a.m. Event is sponsored by the Killbuck Community Improvement Corp. All businesses and residents are encouraged to participate.

County Line to hold chicken dinner

ning at noon at the Killbuck VFW. A Swiss steak dinner, silent auction and 50/50 drawing are all part of the fare. Menu includes Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, vegetable, dessert, roll and butter. Cost is $10 for adults, $7 for children 12 and younger. For questions or for more information, contact Museum Board President Bob Porter at 330-7630133.

The County Line Historical Society will hold a Wayne County Fair-style chicken dinner on Saturday, Oct. 3, starting at 10:30 a.m. and continuing until all the chicken is sold out. Diners can choose either a full chicken dinner, or get chicken only. There will be drivethrough service at Marty’s Mobil station in Shreve. The dinner is on the Soup supper same day as the Shreve will benefit village-wide garage sales, and proceeds will benefit Historical Society the County Line Histori- The Holmes County cal Society. Historical Society will hold a fall soup supper Oct. 6, 4:30-7 p.m., at the Museum Castle Club Banquet Cenfundraiser is ter in Millersburg. Cost is by donation. Oct. 4 Offerings include ham The Killbuck Valley and bean, broccoli nooMuseum fundraiser will dle and new ravioli vegbe Sunday, Oct. 4, begin- etable soups, with corn

bread, coleslaw, apple and pumpkin pie, beverage. Proceeds go to support preserving Holmes County history.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s is Oct. 17 The opening ceremony will begin at 9:30 a.m. for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Oct. 17 at Wooster High School, 515 Oldman Road. Check-in is at 8:30 a.m. The route is two miles. Proceeds further the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association. All donations are taxdeductible as allowed by law. For more information, contact Jeanne Nehrenz at 330-966-7343 or Registration forms are available at

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The Holmes County Hub Shopper HAROLD’S EQUIPMENT Sales • Service • Parts Harold Neuenschwander 2120 Co. Rd. 168, Dundee Ph. 893-2348

The Parts Place of Millersburg, Inc.

• Automotive Parts • Machine Shop


& Country mall 330-893-2131



• Paint & Supplies 980 S. Washington St., Millersburg, OH

BOOKS, MUSIC, FAMILY DVD’s, CANDLES, BOXED CARDS & MORE. Mon. - Fri. 8-5 • Sat. - 8-3 • 330-674-0684

Ashland Oil Bulk Plant Randy Wengerd, Rian Wengerd, Agents Co. Rd. 623 - Millersburg Phone 674-2096 • 674-6826

330-674-0025 450 Railroad St. • Millersburg

Millersburg, OH


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Jim, Ron, Jamie, Tiffany & Jake St. Rt. 39 W. Millersburg 330-674-4811

MILLER, MAST, MASON & BOWLING, LTD Attorneys at Law 88 S. Monroe Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 330-674-7070

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Complete Building Center 893-2251 • 1-800-362-6682

CHEVY • BUICK • GMC TRUCK Rt. 39 East, Millersburg 330-674-4015 • 1-800-686-6777


urthmann Restaurant “Where the Locals Eat” Open Daily 5:30am-8pm; Closed Sunday Daily Specials - Homemade Pie 4819 E. Main St. • Berlin • 330-893-3287

FINNEY’S MARATHON AAA 24 Hour Towing Service 11069 St. Rt. 39 - Millersburg Ph. 674-7338


JIM BARNHART’S BODY REPAIR AUTOMOTIVE Collision - Insurance Work AND TRANSMISSION Twp. Rd. 311, Millersburg, OH (330) 674-6979 Ph. 674-1122

Mon-Fri 8am-5pm 180 S. Mad Anthony St.

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COMPANY, INC. ASPHALT PAVING Outfitting sportsmen for the great outdoors! SINCE 1964 BERLIN 330-893-1486 KIDRON

“Pizza, Soup, Salads, Subs” 330-674-9933


5362 S.R. 557 Millersburg (330) 674-6257

6139 SR 39 · Millersburg 330-674-9060 EAST HOLMES VETERINARY CLINIC


PHONE: 330-893-2057 5503 County Rd. 120, Berlin, Ohio


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Stop in and pick out your custom stain or paint sample! Owned by H&H Custom Homes, LLC

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Trail View Plaza LTD 42 North Grant Street, Millersburg

KAUFFMAN’S COUNTRY BAKERY Of Bunker Village Across From Heini’s Place Open Daily ~ 893-2129

4500 SR 557 in Charm

Country Mart

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Doughty Farm Meats 8101 St. Rt. 241, Mt. Hope • 330-674-0922 Mon-Sat 7am-8pm •

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SCHLABACH FUNERAL HOME LTD. Monument Sales 212 Jones St., P.O. Box 501 Shreve, Ohio 44676 (330) 567-2291

New & Used Tires Rotation & Repair Brake Service • Batteries

One mile west of Mt. Hope, right on Twp. Rd. 616. Watch for sign.

1/4 mi. E. of Berlin on Rt. 39 330-893-3786




• Boarding • Grooming • Puppy Daycare • Laundro-Mut

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Reunion a homecoming dinner will be held at Winesburg School. From there, guests are invited to make their way over to Heritage Park for an evening of musical entertainment, featuring the Stockdale Family. “It is such a community effort. Everybody from the businesses that make up the reunion to the people who come and remember, and pitch in and help,” McFadden said. “There’s so many aspects, that it’s really a fun time. I’m not originally from Winesburg, but I feel like I’m from here because

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of room down there at the park.” “We’ve been hard at work for the last year, and all of a sudden — it seems — the 25th Quinquennial Winesburg Reunion is here,” she added. “Five years just flies by. It’s impossible how quickly five years goes by. It’s amazing.” Glen Wengerd is the president of the planning committee, who helped organize the event. Action gets under way on Friday at 4:30 p.m., as the Dan Kinsley Museum on Main Street will be open for a tour. At 6 p.m., See Pg. 14 — REUNION

Mike Schenk photo

A benefit auction will take place at 2 p.m. at Heritage Park in Winesburg during the annual Fall Gathering. This year the event includes the village’s 25th quinquennial reunion. Many activities will take place during the event that will be held Sept. 18-20.




HOURS MON – FRI. 8:30AM – 6PM SAT. 8:30AM – 5PM 1st 50 customers on Friday get 1 8 oz. pkg. Inn Maid Noodles with purchase

SALE SEPTEMBER 25TH & 26TH Cheeses Meats Armour Virginia Ham............................$2.69 lb. Guggisberg Baby Swiss .........................$3.49 lb. Honey Cured Ham.................................$2.69 lb. Pearl Valley Marble Cheese ...................$2.79 lb. Chicken Breast .....................................$2.39 lb. 4 lb. Baby Swiss Wheels ........................$3.49 lb.


Smith’s Sour Cream, 16 oz. .........................$1.49 Walnut Creek Cream Cheese, 8 oz. ...............99¢ Walnut Creek Chips .................................. $2.59


When you buy 2 bags of Walnut Creek Chips, you will receive a free 16 oz. Walnut Creek french onion dip!

While supplies last!

Smith’s Milk ...................................$2.59

FREE FREE Coffee & Donuts! Popcorn! Saturday only


1st PRIZE ..$100 gift card for Trail Side Deli 2nd PRIZE .. $50 gift card for Trail Side Deli

3rd PRIZE ...... $25 gift card for Trail Side Deli 4th PRIZE........................ Basket of Goodies




1497 S. Washington St., Millersburg, Ohio • 330-674-3888

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Holmes County planners approve subdivision By CHRISTINE L. PRATT preliminary and final approval to a single subStaff Writer division. MILLERSBURG — Approval was given for The Holmes County Plan- JT Subdivision, applicaning Commission gave tion for which was made

Sept. 21st thru 26th

Hours: M,W,Th & Sat 8-5; Tues & Fri 8-7 Visa, Mastercard, Discover

WEEKLY SPECIALS Smoked Cheddar Cheese ............................................$3.39 lb. Honey Roasted Turkey Breast ....................................$3.49 lb. Vanilla 16 oz. bottle ......................................................$2.29 ea. Salty Sticks Pretzels ....................................................$3.89 ea. Ladyfinger Popcorn ......................................................$1.29 lb. Frozen Rich’s Topping 32 oz. .....................................$4.49 ea.

Homebaked Goods • Canning Supplies Bike Parts & Service • Varta Batteries 8221 CR 192, Holmesville, OH 44633 • 330-279-2619


Sale Prices Good Sept. 21st-26th

by Garrett Roach. The single-lot subdivision includes 19.146 acres and is located along the north side of state Route 60 in Monroe Township. The parcel is accessed by an existing 50-foot easement, and it was the size of the parcel alone, which

Doughty Farm Meats 5362 S.R. 557 Millersburg, OH 44654


(330) 674-6257 Gift Certificates Available

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made by Jerry Anderson for the 25- or 26-lot development, all the lots of which will range in size from one to four acres. It is located along County Road 203, east of Township Road 353. Planning commission Director Arnold Oliver, who said Anderson is still working out some minor details, largely related to the size of the lots, proposed size of the homes and ability to properly install independent septic systems. The subdivision will be served by public water, and a storm water pollu-

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Anniversary Larry and Pat Leppla NASHVILLE — Larry and Pat (Drake) Leppla of Nashville celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Sept. 3. They were married 1955 at Nashville United Methodist Church. They are the parents of Terri (Dave) Brillhart of Millersburg, Marty of Lakewood, Shari (Charles) Oswalt of Nashville, Tim of Cambridge and Tom (Dorothy) of

Millersburg. They have 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mr. Leppla is retired from management at Akron Brass, Wooster. Mrs. Leppla is retired from West Holmes Local Schools as head cook at Nashville Elementary School. Mr. and Mrs. Leppla They both attend Nashville United Methodist for drives in the country, Church and enjoy spend- and listening and going to ing time with family, going sporting events.

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Barbwire Barb Lumley vention Sale was held at Springhill Farm, Big Prairie, and averaged $4,648 on 52 live lots. The Golden Report written by Brian Schnebly, executive secretary, talked about this being an exciting year for Guernseys. He commented, “I feel

like we have made huge strides in improving the Guernsey cow in the last 10 years that has helped fuel this current excitement.” Cady McGehee, director to the American Guernsey Youth Association, told in her column of the health benefits from the A2A2 milk produced by Guernsey cows. With consumers becoming more and more concerned with healthy food, milk produced by Guernseys becomes more important.

“As progressive Guernsey breeders, we are always looking for new ways to market our breed and show the world all that the Guernsey has to offer,” was the comment written by Andrew Coon. Although I do not own any Guernsey cows, I have seen firsthand the change in Guernseys in the last few years. For several years I have been announcing dairy shows at the Mahoning CountyCanfield Fair. This fair features a large dairy

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reserve supreme champion of the dairy show. She will be competing at the All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The junior champion was a very correct and stylish fall yearling that has been winning shows in Ohio and was chosen as reserve supreme junior champion of the show. There is no doubt she will develop into an outstanding young cow in the future. I remember well the Guernseys in our barn as I was growing up. I learned to hand milk at the age of 4 with a very patient “Old Guerns.” “Whitey” was one of our best cows. She was almost all white with just a few golden Guernsey spots. She milked a bucket full every milking in spite of receiving a small amount of grain that was just ground corn, oats See Pg. 13 — GUERNSEY


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Farming Weed control before planting Corn silage harvest is done or wrapping up and Rory soybean harvest has started. Lewandowski The earlier start to our har- Agricultural and vest season should permit Natural Resources some timely weed control OSU EntensionWayne County ahead of any planned winter wheat planting. In a recent OSU Exten- sion CORN newsletter, Mark Loux outlined some

Guernsey (From Page 12) and dry molasses mixed in, and just pasture or dry hay. Her udder was a little large but well attached and she never heard of mastitis. After we got our first Holsteins, we still had “Devitt,” a beautiful 2-year-old Guernsey we had purchased from a dairyman who wanted to milk only Holsteins. She was a lovely young cow, as big as our Holsteins, very correct, and with a lovely udder. The only thing she lacked was a registration paper, so we couldn’t show her at the county fair. We wanted to breed registered cattle, but there were no registered Guernseys in our area and so we purchased our first registered Holsteins. “Oleo” was one of the last Guernseys in the herd. We were on “official test” and the tester would show up at the farm unannounced, take milk weights and samples, then he would set up the centrifuge in the milk house and test the samples for butterfat. We could always count on Oleo to test 6.2 percent or higher. Perhaps we should have given her a different name. Thanks to the many good memories of the cows that were in our barn as I was growing up, I have a “soft spot” in my heart for the Guernsey cow. The changes are exciting and the numbers are growing. I will be looking forward to the Guernsey shows next year and to what the future holds for the Guernsey breed.

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medium to good calves 300-325; fair to medium calves 250-300; commons and lights 200-350; cross bred calves 360; back to farm, bull calves 375-470; heifer calves 335-400. DAIRY — Holstein cows 1,450-1,900; Holstein heifers 1,800-2,100. 64 SHEEP & LAMBS — lambs, medium to good 180-210; lambs, fair to medium 160-180; feeder lambs 210-225; sheep for slaughter 80-140. 44 GOATS — 60-175. 24 BUTCHER HOGS — 210-240 lbs. 50; butcher sows 44-down; boars by wt. 45. 36 CATTLE — Bulls 96.50-115; good beef cows 91-103; medium to good beef cows 80-89.50; fair to medium cows 72-80; common cows 71-down. 59 FEEDER: Steer and bulls 150-195; heifers 140180. 20 LOADS — Hay, 1st cutting 270-285 ton; 2nd and 3rd cutting hay 300350 ton; lg. hay 100-135 ton; big rd. bales 15-55; wheat straw lg. 150 ton; oats straw 115; ear corn 140-145.

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200-410; Jersey/crossbred heifers 200-375. 254 GOATS — Kid 160down; billies 390-down; nannies 240-down, wethers 460-down. 996 SHEEP — Bucks & Ewes 90-140; lambs, choice 40-60 lbs. 240-320; 40-60 lbs. 200-240; 60-80 lbs. 200-285; 80-100 lbs. 177.50-232.50; 100-130 lbs. 160-205; 130 lbs.-up 140-162.50. TOTAL HEAD 1,779. 63 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 375-350; alfalfa 3rd and 4th cutting 275-310; mixed, 1st cutting 125-325; mixed, 2nd cutting 150-330; lg. bales hay 15-50; lg. bales hay/ton 60-260; wheat straw 180200; lg. bales straw 150 ton; ear corn 100-125; oat sraw 80 ton. KIDRON AUCTION Sept. 10 81 HOGS — 190-210 lbs. 26-57; 210-230 lbs. 45-55; 230-260 lbs. 28-63; butcher sows 30-44; boars by wt. 5-21. 606 FEEDER PIGS — Up to 40 lbs. 16-35; 41-50 lbs. 30-53; 51-60 lbs. 26-54; 61 lbs.-up 35-73; bred sows and gilts 100125; service boars 30-75; roasters 54-55. 147 CALVES — Back to farm, bull 335-510; back to farm, heifer 225-500; light and thin 300-down. 131 CATTLE — Steers 109-115; heifers 103-109; bulls 100-123; good beef cows 90.50-99; medium to good 80.50-89.50; thinpoor 78-down; feeder steers 87.50-150, feeder heifers 82.50-117.50. 2 SHEEP — Cull ewes and bucks 72.50-95. 23 GOATS — 27.50342.50. 196 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 2,000-down; bred heifers 2,175-down; service bulls 760-1,175; open heifers 1,110-1,300. Total head 1,186; total consignors 224. 36 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 105-210; 2nd cutting 85-400; 3rd cutting 140-390; lg. bales 25-70 each and 80-175 ton; straw 150-185 ton; ear corn 135 ton; firewood 170 load.



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I’ve been here quite a few years. You just get the historic nature of it and so many people share their wonderful memories about Winesburg. It keeps its character.” Things continue Saturday morning at 7 a.m. with a breakfast by the Zion Youth. At 8 a.m., there are a couple of athletic events on the agenda. A wooden bat tournament will be held at the ball diamond at Heritage Park, and the Great Grape Race 5K will also commence. To preregister for the race, got to https://www.eventbrite. com/e/great-grape-racejpm-5k-musik-festivaltickets-17963140236. “This year we’re combin-

ing our run with a group from Fredericksburg because they were planning their run on the same day,” McFadden said. “There’s also a music festival down at the park on Saturday. There’s lots going on.” The memory room at the Zion Church will be open from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and the Kinsley Museum will be open from 10 to 4. A bounce house will be available for children at the Winesburg School yard, beginning at 10 a.m., with other children’s activities planned throughout the day. A benefit auction will take place at 2 p.m.. The Winesburg Fire Station will host a chicken barbecue beginning at 4 p.m. and the music of John Schmid and special guests

will take place at 6 p.m. to bring Saturday’s schedule to a close. At 10:30 a.m. Sunday morning, a memorial service will be held at Zion Church, followed by a luncheon at the church hall. A parade and souvenir sales will take place at 2 and the Dan Kinsley Museum will be open at 3 p.m. Plain Target Marketing put out a poster to help promote the event. “That’s another example of how the community comes together. The people at Plain Target Marketing are new in town, but they are so much a part of this,” McFadden said. “They just jump right in and help out where they can. It makes it fun for the whole community.”

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able is Margaret Shriver’s scrapbook. On Oct. 3 from 10:30 a.m. until sold out will be a chicken barbecue at the Shreve Mobil, Wayne County Fair Style. The next meeting is Oct. 17 at 1 p.m. at Miller Museum.

Dusty Vehrs was best weekly rededicated loser when TOPS OH 1573 Nashville met Sept. 2. Mary Burgett was best weekly KOPS. For the program, members had a fun time making different smoothies from the recipes received last week and sampled each one. For next week members are to research the health Stepping Stones Mother’s League benefits of a smoothie and report on it. Installation of officers was held when StepThe chapter meets Wednesdays at Nashville ping Stones Mother’s League of Holmesville United Methodist Church at 5:45 with weigh- met Sept. 3. They are president, Dana Phillips; in at 5:15 p.m. All are welcome. vice president, Kendra Lemon; secretary, Jean Slutz; and treasurer, Tammy Haudenschild. Members went over the program book and County Line Historical Society discussed serving the alumni banquet in June. The historical society donated Margaret Members made a donation to the OCCL Shriver’s scrapbook to the Wayne County scholarship fund and discussed plans for the Public Library, Shreve branch and to the pizza sale to be held in November. Wayne County Public Library Genealogy For the next meeting we will meet at HolDepartment. mesville School Oct. 1 at 6 p.m. to carpool to Available for purchase is the History of the Cluttered Coop Antiques and Primitives, Shreve and Community 1853-1953. Also avail- Wooster.

(From Page 11) mer, but tears that flow on its behalf as the sun sets on a federal holiday at the beginning of September, however heartfelt, are considerably premature — this year over two weeks premature. It’s been said summer is a state of mind. In a certain regard that’s true, but in the grander scheme of the four seasons summer is much more concrete, more finite. It’s got a place on the calendar with a beginning and an end and those moments are tracked to the second by astronomers, meteorologists and others who understand and appreciate such things. Some are even given to fiercely and vociferously expounding upon the truth about summer and the science behind it.

Take my friend Shasta for instance. If you suggest to her summer officially ends on Labor Day you’re very likely to get an astronomy lesson including but not limited to terms like “summer solstice,” “autumnal equinox” and “plane of the ecliptic.” If you seem interested she might even continue on to throw in words like perihelion and aphelion. If, however, you should persist in your foolish notions of a season that ends when the beach house closes you just might get conked across the head with a heel strap wedge sandal in any color other than white! (Astronomy is one thing, but “after Labor Day fashion faux pas” is entirely another!) Autumn officially arrives this year on Sept. 23 at 4:22 a.m. EDT. Until then, enjoy the rest of your summer!

Weed (From Page 13) with other small, emerged winter annual weeds that can overwinter and have a negative effect on wheat the following spring. This includes chickweed, deadnettle, annual bluegrass, mustards, etc.  Herbicide treatments at this time can also have considerable activity on biennials (wild carrot, wild hemlock), dandelion and Canada thistle, although herbicides are often more effective on these weeds later in the fall. The larger summer annual weeds (ragweeds, marestail larger than rosettes, foxtails, etc.) are going to die after the first hard frost, and soybean harvest decimates these weeds to the point that herbicides won’t be effective on them anyway.  Where wheat is planted into a fallow situation, it may be necessary to target the large summer annuals with herbicide in order to ensure they do not interfere with planting or wheat stand establishment.  Herbicide options for burndown of existing weeds prior to planting of no-till wheat include glyphosate, Gramoxone, Sharpen and dicamba.  Among these,

the combination of glyphosate and Sharpen probably provides the best combination of efficacy on marestail, flexibility in application timing and residual control. Dicamba labels have the following restriction on preplant applications — “allow 10 days between application and planting for each 0.25 lb. ai/A used.” A rate of 0.5 lb. ai/A would therefore need to be applied at least 20 days before planting. We do not know of any 2,4-D product labels that support the use of 2,4-D prior to or at the time wheat planting. There is some risk of stand reduction and injury to wheat from applications of 2,4-D too close to the time of planting. Liberty and other glufosinate products are also not labeled for use as a burndown treatment for wheat.  Sharpen should provide limited residual control of winter annuals that emerge after herbicide application, and the rate can be increased from 1 to 2 oz./A to improve the length of residual.  Gramoxone should also effectively control small seedlings of marestail and other winter annuals.  Be sure to use the appropriate adjuvants with any of these, and increase

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spray volume to 15 to 20 gpa to ensure adequate coverage with Sharpen or Gramoxone. Use of Hessian Fly-Free Date I recently was asked if it was still necessary to follow the practice of planting winter wheat after the flyfree date. It has been many years since we have had any kind of significant yield losses attributed to the Hessian fly. The fall brood of the Hessian fly appears in the later part of September and lives only a few days. This brood lays its eggs on young grasses which include small grains such as wheat. Maggots hatch from the eggs and the tiny larvae crawl to the crown of the plant and feed on plant juices. The feeding results in stunted plants. After feeding, the larvae pupate and over-

winter. In the spring adult flies emerge and lay eggs on the leaves of the wheat plant. Maggots hatch and move under the leaf sheath near plant nodes. As they feed they cause the stem to weaken, which results in stalks breaking over before wheat harvest. The maggots end their feeding and change to the pupa state about the time of wheat heading and will remain in the stubble until fall when the entire cycle starts over. The fly-free dates are predictions of when most Hessian fly adults would no longer be alive and able to lay eggs in wheat fields. In Wayne County our fly-free date is Sept. 26. A map showing fly-free dates for Ohio is available at: http:// Even if you are not convinced that the Hes-

sian fly remains a threat, it turns out there are other reasons to stick to that flyfree planting date. OSU Extension plant pathologist Pierce Paul recently co-authored an article about using the flyfree date for winter wheat planting. He wrote “Another excellent reason to plant wheat after the fly-safe date is to minimize problems with diseases, especially barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV). BYDV is transmitted by aphids and tends to be most severe when transmission occurs in the fall. Research showed that due to unfavorable weather conditions, the aphid population tends to crash after the fly safe date, leading to fewer problems with BYDV. Planting date studies conducted here at OSU a few years ago showed that

BYDV problems and yield loss associated with this disease are much higher when wheat is planted well before the fly-safe date. Planting after the fly-safe date also minimizes early establishment of other diseases such as Stagonospora blotch and leaf rust.” Corn Silage Moisture Testing Cancelled The final week of the corn silage moisture testing clinics scheduled for at the Farmerstown, Mount Hope and Kidron Livestock Auctions is cancelled. This year’s corn silage harvest is finished or wrapping up on farms and the final week of moisture testing is not needed. Rory Lewandowski is an OSU Extension Agriculture & Natural Resources educator and may be reached at 330-264-8722.

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Enjoying some good ol’ mountain air The 469-mile-long Blue Ridge Parkway is lovely this time of year. Any time of the year actually, but especially if one is trying to avoid the heat. That’s why we jumped at the chance to meet up with friends Les and Trish Miller at the historic Pisgah Inn between mile markers 408 and 409 on the parkway last week. It is near Brevard, N.C. The Inn sits above 5,000 feet elevation. The air is wonderful and the view is spectacular from all 51 rooms. It took us about six hours to get there, including a stop at a Waffle House for breakfast. We were hoping for a

should have turned right.) Once we got headed in the correct direction, we drove the 14 miles to the inn, going through no less than nine tunnels. What a project it must have been to make this highway. McDonald’s, which would When we finally arrived, have been quicker, but 45 minutes behind schedthe first one we saw was ule, Les was waiting to too close to home and the guide us into the dining others too far along I-26. room for lunch. We had After that there was one a table by the window rest stop and a gasoline and the view was breathstop that took some time. taking. We could see for Oh, and then there was 50 miles at all the blue the little part where we ridges in the distance. turned the wrong way Room rates range from once we got on the park- $138 to $250 a night. Forway, but I’m not blaming tunately, when I made our anyone for that. (Let’s last-minute reservation, just say it was not my all they had was the least idea to go left when we expensive room left. Of

course, there is always added taxes. All of our meals were at the inn because we were in the middle of nowhere — unless you wanted to buy provisions at the camp store and eat in your room. We were not complaining because the food was good and not overly priced. Except for breakfast (which was included), we did our usual trick of buying one meal and getting an extra plate to share the food. (Only the most uppity places frown on this practice and charge an extra $5 for that empty plate.) Trish and I sent the guys off to go exploring

with our blessing on the second day. This gave us time to visit and later read the books that we both brought. The Millers used to live in Ohio, too, and now reside near St. Augustine, Fla. We used to have many meals together so had lots of family news to catch up on. The Inn is only open from April 1-Oct.31. It was voted “best National Park Lodge” by USA Today readers. Our waitress told us they were booked solid during the month of October because of the colored leaves. We think it would also be beautiful up there in the spring when all the rhododendrons are in

bloom along the road. There is no air conditioning in the rooms at the Inn. When we were there it was not a problem. The temperatures were downright chilly at night and in the low 70s in the day. You could actually breathe well without all the humidity. We took a different route getting off the parkway to go home. Route 276 is a beautiful, very winding road that takes you down the mountain to Brevard where we picked up Route 64 that took us to I-26 at Hendersonville. I have a feeling we will be making trips up there frequently during the hot season.

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On campus Local resident earns degree SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Three area students earned degrees from Western Governors University Aug. 15. Earning a degree was: Casey Garver of Lakeville, master of science in special education (K-12);

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Business briefs Hull-Green joins CSB Marie Hull-Green has joined the Commercial & Savings Bank’s Trust & Financial Services team as vice president, trust officer. H u l l G r e e n holds a bachelor of arts in education d e g r e e Hull-Green from Wilmington College, and is a Certified Wealth Advisor. She has over 20 years of trust and financial Services experience and resides in Louisville with

her husband, Paul, and their daughter. She is an active volunteer within the Stark County community, currently serving on the board of the Louisville Community Foundation, the Trust and Estate Planning Committee of the Stark Community Foundation, the Louisville High School Band Boosters, the Louisville Women’s League and is a troop leader with Girl Scouts of Northeast Ohio. Hull-Green is based at the CSB North Canton Banking Center, 1200 N. Main St., and can be reached at 330-470-0167 or at marie.hull-green@ She joins C S B ’s

School notes Stark County leadership team composed of Commercial Bankers Steve Stiffler and Todd Nicholas, and Banking Center Manager Cindy Ferry.

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Buckeyes (From Page 18) the hungry Hokies, Barrett set the school record for total yards in a season with 3,772 total yards. He threw for 2,80034 yards and ran for another 938 and finished with a Big 10 record 45 touchdowns. And that was in 12 games. He was injured in the regular season finale against Michigan, opening the door for Jones, who guided OSU to wins over Wisconsin in the Big 10 Championship, and then to wins over Alabama and Oregon for the National

Championship. Jones led the Buckeyes to a season-opening win over Virginia Tech, and he and Barrett both played in the 38-0 romp over the Rainbow Warriors of Hawaii. Miller also has taken some snaps at quarterback for the Buckeyes this season, after unselfishly switching positions to H-back, which enables the team to utilize the skills which made Miller the Big 10 offensive player of the year in 2013. In the win over Virginia Tech, Miller scored on a

scintillating 53-yard run in which he did a 360-degree spin leaving the defenders in his dust and viewers speechless. He carried the ball six times for 62 yards and caught a pair of passes for 78 yards and a touchdown. Offensive coordinator Ed Warinner says it is great having Miller back on offense because he is such a spark plug for the offense. He really got things going for the Buckeyes in the second half against Virginia Tech after OSU fell behind 17-14 at intermission, hauling in a Brent Smith photo

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Best friends, clean toilets and dirty sweaters “C’mon over. I wiped the toilets down so we’re all set.” My hope is everyone reading these words knows the value of a real friend. The kind of friend who is there when you need one, and the kind that supplies the other end of a mutual comfort when it comes to getting together. Easily related to dating, even grown women tend to begin relationships with a guarded eye. If we go out, we choose a nice restaurant. If we stay in, we clean our houses to a level of spotlessness that would impress the queen. We attempt to dress nice, smell nice and act way

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New Bedford Three young bucks run across one of the many deer pens on the 18-acre Double H Whitetails deer farm outside of Mount Eaton.

Deer farmers look to educate the public about their industry By ART HOLDEN Outdoor Editor MOUNT EATON — Early this month was the payday of the Ohio deer farming industry, with an auction at the Buckeye Event Center in Dalton where years of selective breeding culminated in the sales of high-priced bucks and breeder stock. Prior to the Thursday and Friday auction, the Whitetail Deer Farmers of Ohio held an open house at the Double H Whitetails deer farm on Winesburg Road, just south of Mount Eaton. Owner

Ivan Hochstetler has one of the finest deer farms in the state, where he raises 200 deer on 18 acres of well-manicured grounds. “Ivan has a really nice farm and facility and we’re fortunate that he opens it up as a precursor to the event we’re having tomorrow,” said Curt Waldvogel, president of the WDFO. “The people that are in for the event like to gather and get together and talk about the industry,” said Hochstetler. “It’s like a reunion.” Outside of the industry, though, deer farmers have

had to defend their livelihood, even more so locally since Chronic Wasting Disease was found at a shooting preserve outside of Millersburg, as well as at the owner’s breeding facility. A total of 19 of Dan Yoder’s deer were discovered to have CWD, a fatal disease that hunters and the Ohio Division of Wildlife are hoping does not spread to the wild deer population. Waldvogel and Hochstetler made it clear their organization doesn’t want that to happen, either. “Absolutely,” said Waldvogel. “We don’t want

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tries in the U.S. Among other things, deer have to be tested for tuberculosis, brucellosis and CWD monitored. Deer have to be tagged and documented and the proper paperwork submitted.

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Millersburg man denies CWD charges By CHRISTINE L. PRATT is continuation of criminal action, in which Yoder Staff Writer was charged with felony MILLERSBURG — offenses in Holmes CounAccused of violating ty Municipal Court, which, quarantine orders related in the spring bound the to chronic wasting disease, case over to the common the owner of a deer hunt- pleas court. ing operation on Tuesday Following a Februpleaded not guilty to crim- ary preliminary hearinal charges. ing, the state agreed to Daniel M. Yoder, 41, of suspend prosecution to 7391 County Road 203, allow Yoder and the Ohio Millersburg, is charged Department of Agriculin Holmes County Com- ture time to resolve varimon Pleas Court with four ous civil and administracounts of violation of agri- tive issues, according to culture laws, one count of Holmes County Prosecuobstructing official busi- tor Steve Knowling, notness and one count of ing most of those issues dangerously contagious have been addressed. or infectious disease or a “This is part of the proresidue. All six counts are cess Mr. Yoder has been misdemeanor offenses. working on in a very comA bill of information plex matter,” said defense filed in the higher court attorney Brad Barbin.

“He has made this decision (to forego a grand jury indictment) because he acknowledges he made a mistake and would like to put the entire matter behind him. “This process requires Mr. Yoder to leave the deer farming industry, and this is in his best interest,” said Barbin. The obstruction charge stems from an incident Oct. 24 in which Yoder allegedly agreed to give to a hunter the meat of a doe to accompany the desirable rack of a buck, which appeared to be in ill health, according to preliminary hearing testimony from Ohio Department of Agriculture enforcement agent William Lesho. At that hearing, Lesho

Public record Sheriff Sept. 8 — Holmes County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of breaking and entering on state Route 520 in Richland Township. Sept. 9 — Fraud was reported on Private Road 343 in Hardy Township. Sept. 10 — Criminal damaging was reported on Township Road 456 in Washington Township.

said that during his investigation he was told Yoder ordered an employee to substitute the untagged doe’s head into the sample bag with the buck’s tag. Further, Lesho said, Yoder ordered disposal of the buck’s carcass and head. The other criminal charges stem from reporting violations and Yoder’s alleged violation of quarantine orders, which required him to get permission from the ODA before moving deer into or out of his herd. If convicted of all the charges, Yoder faces up to 28 months in jail and fines totaling $5,000. Additionally, his business, World Class Whitetails of Ohio faces organizational fines

A report of fraud was taken Township Road 339 in Hardy Township. Criminal mischief was reported on South Main Street in Killbuck Township. Domestic violence was reported on stat Route 60 in Killbuck Township. Sept. 12 — A report was taken of criminal damage on Nashville Road in Glenmont. Sept. 13 — Domestic violence was reported on

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animals were tested; 16 of the destroyed animals, all from the breeding farm, tested positive for CWD. Since the initial positive tests, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources has been harvesting wild deer in the area to be tested. All those tests have been negative, said Hawkins. “We don’t have any evidence it’s gotten into the wild population.” CWD has only been shown to affect deer, elk and moose, and is a transmissible neurological disease that produces small lesions in the brain of infected animals. Reporter Christine Pratt can be reached at 330674-5676 or She’s @ drnewsgirl on Twitter.


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Holmes Sports Hall of Fame to induct three The 18th biennial Holmes County Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremonies will be held on Saturday, Oct. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at the Carlisle Village Inn in Walnut Creek. Tickets for the event are available at Rodhe’s IGA in Millersburg and at Gospel Book Store in Berlin. Ticket prices are $20 for adults and $10 for children (3-11). The deadline for ticket sales is Oct. 1. This year’s Hall of Fame class includes Lisa Patterson, Pete Norman and Gary Allison. The 2000 state championship Hiland Lady Hawks, who went 28-0 en route to the Div. IV title, will also be honored at the event. The following is a capsule look at the Hall of Fame inductees. Gary L. Allison Allison was an outstanding athlete for Glenmont High School. He started playing basketball in the fourth grade at Glenmont School. In the sixth grade he was asked to play on the seventh and eighth grade team. They won the league championship in basketball that year. Allison played for Glen-

mont High School all four years (1952-1955). He played point guard in basketball; pitcher and third base in baseball; linebacker, running back and quarterback in football. He lettered all four years in each sport and at that time it was a six-man football team. During Allison’s junior year, he was named Honorable Mention on the Holmes County Basketball All-Star Team, and was a first-team All-County selection in basketball his senior year. Teams were from Clark, Killbuck, Nashville, Big Prairie/Lakeville, Millersburg, Berlin and Walnut Creek. Allison led his team to a county runner-up trophy during the 1954-55 season. He also led his baseball team to a championship trophy in the spring of 1955. Allison was presented the MVP Award by radio station WWST and Roy Bates. He was recognized for his attitude, example and ability as a basketball player during that season. He was chosen to receive the Maibach MVP Award for the 1954-55 season. After high school gradu-

ation, Allison had the opportunity to try out for the St. Louis Cardinals. Then he entered into the U.S. Army in 1956. He made both the basketball and baseball teams while he was stateside. While stationed in Germany, Allison continued to play basketball and baseball for the Army Team and played throughout Germany at military bases. After returning home, he played Independent League Baseball for TriCounty (Knox, Coshocton, Holmes). He also played basketball and fastpitch softball for local teams. Allison also coached Little League baseball in Holmes County. Allison lives near Glenmont and is retired from American Electric Power. He has five children, eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. He enjoys his retirement traveling, playing golf and hunting. Peter J. Norman Norman was third-team all-state in football player at West Holmes High School his senior year, then in the spring, was a two-time state placer in

The 2000 Hiland Hawks will be honored at the Oct. 17 Holmes County Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The team went 28-0 en route to winning the Div. IV state championship. Team members included (front, from left) managers Esther Mast, Amber Schrock, Lindsay Stuckey, Renee Hershberger, Krista Beechy, Lydia Miller; (middle) Alisha Strother, Autumn Kandel, Kristin Stutzman, Kimberly Mast, Alisha Yoder, Melissa Miller, Erica Mishler, Maggie Wengerd; (back) head coach Dave Schlabach, assistant Rob Moser, Kimberly Slabach, Jamie Kline, Jonie Miller, Erin Hostetler, Jill Yoder, Tara Brand, Michelle Ling, assistant Pam Oswald and assistant Don Hall. track, finishing fourth in the discus and sixth in the shot put. Norman was a state qualifier in shot put as a junior, and is still the only athlete in the county to place in the state in both throwing events in the same season. Norman played one year of football at the University of Toledo, while in high school, he earned a total of eight varsity letters. Norman had a stellar high school career in which he was a member of the first undefeated football team in West Holmes history, playing both sides of the ball as a tight end and defensive tackle. It was in track and field, he has the oldest record on the books at West Holmes, with his heave of 56-8 3/4 in 1983 still the school’s best ever. Norman has spent his entire adult life working with youth. He spent four years as Little League director and also spent four years as Director of Cobra Youth Football. He spent parts of 10 years coaching at various levels for the West Holmes football program, including being the offensive coor-

dinator. Norman has also spent many years and is still currently working with the varsity track and field team at West Holmes as a throws coach. He has coached several throwers onto the podium at state, including a state runnerup in the girls shot put. Norman lives in Millersburg with his wife Teri and is employed by WKLM Radio in Millersburg.

eral years and then later coached both volleyball and basketball at West Holmes Middle School. Patterson was hired as the varsity girls basketball coach nine years ago. Her teams have earned a 20135 win-loss record over those nine years, which includes four consecutive state appearances and one undefeated season in winning the state championship. Having been chosen as Ohio Cardinal Conference COY six times, District 5 COY four times, AP Eastern District COY 3 times, Ohio COY and Ohio Basketball Coaches Association COY one time, Patterson finds more satisfaction and pleasure in her teams’ accomplishments. The West Holmes Lady Knights, in Patterson’s nine seasons, have been Ohio Cardinal Conference champs seven times and appeared in many sectional, district, and regional championships. Patterson credits her coaching staff, family, friends, former players and families for their support and direction in helping to lead the Lady

Lisa Patterson Lisa Patterson is a lifelong resident of Holmes County. She attended West Holmes High School where she participated in varsity volleyball and basketball. In playing for legendary basketball coach Jack Van Reeth, she played on two state championship teams. Patterson went on to play basketball for Walsh College for two years. Returning to Holmes County upon graduation, Patterson has been employed by West Holmes Middle School as an Intervention Specialist for the past 22 years. She served as the freshmen volleyball coach for the Lady Knights for sev- See Pg. 29 — THREE

Knights a solid second in OCC By ELLIOTT SCHREINER Special to The Hub Shopper WOOSTER — The West Holmes and Wooster girls tennis teams got together for a match yesterday. But all the talk was about Lexington. The Knights and Generals took part in the annual Ohio Cardinal Conference regular season activity of jockeying for second place behind Lady Lex, the team that’s won the league every year since the OCC’s inception in 2003. The Knights came away with the best chance at being second best in

the league, topping Wooster 4-1 to improve to 12-2 overall and 5-1 in the league. “Now it’s all about the tournament,” said West Holmes coach Jason Otto, whose team still has Lady Lex on its regular season schedule. “If we can get points off Lexington, it will help us with Ashland (who beat the Knights earlier in the season). “But the seeds are already determined.” The Knights took home wins everywhere but third singles. Natalie Molnar led the way with a 6-3, 6-3 decision over Wooster’s Izzy Rico, while Erin Stitzlein fol-

lowed suit at second singles, topping Wooster’s Olivia McCory 6-2, 6-0. The Knights also took home both doubles slots. Kate Rodhe and Cassidy Mohler earned their win in three, topping Hanna Morgan and Emma Strong 6-2, 3-6, 6-0 at first doubles. And Maty McCauley and Samara Galion also were in a battle, topping Esther Hart and Mary Grace Gorman 6-4, 2-6, 7-6. “We knew West Holmes was tough coming in,” Wooster coach Jon Zeltman photo/ Stan Burris said. “We wanted to Natalie Molnar from West Holmes smacks a foremake sure we competed all the way hand during her first singles win over Wooster’s through. Izzy Rico Tuesday on the Generals’ courts, where the Knights pulled out a 4-1 Ohio Cardinal ConSee Pg. 29 — KNIGHTS ference tennis victory.

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Deer selective breeding and care, those bucks will sport antlers in the 230-250-inch range. The prize of his herd is a breeder buck named Tim-

(From Page 23) However, Waldvogel noted that not every deer farmer and shooting preserve follows the rules to a T. “Just as in any other business, we can’t police it,” said Waldvogel. “We can encourage our members (to follow the rules), but we can’t enforce it.” The main point that the deer farmers at Wednesday’s open house hammered home was the need to educate the general public of the deer farming industry, a legal livelihood that its members enjoy. One look at the Double H facilities and you can quickly tell how much time and money Ivan, his wife Ruby, and their son, Gary, have invested in the business. They didn’t just string up some discarded chain-link fence and toss some deer in there. It’s double-fenced, 8-feet high, complete with gravel pathways throughout the facility. Each pen has an automatic watering system with a heater to keep it from freezing in the winter, and a misting system on a timer that runs in the summer to keep the flies at a minimum and to help prevent EHD, not to mention a state-of-the-art handling system and loading station. Add in the cost of genetics that go into raising quality deer, and it’s staggering how much some deer farmers have in their operations. Besides a true love for whitetails, it’s the main reason they’re looking to avoid any diseases at all costs.

Curt Waldvogel, president of the Whitetail Deer Farmers of Ohio, says the deer farming industry is one of the most highly regulated livestock industries in the country, and that the WDFO want to “be part of the solution,” when it comes to stopping the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease in the state. “All people hear about is the big money we get for a big buck,” said Ivan Hochstetler. “They don’t realize how much went into that deer.” Hochstetler said his average “stocker” buck will net him $5,000 at sale and noted that’s where the paycheck is. But, it takes three years to raise that buck. He estimates he spends upwards of $60,000 a year on feed at his farm, not to mention the initial outlay of fencing, buildings and equipment, upkeep, veterinarian bills and taxes. This past spring, his does gave birth to 83 fawns, 50 of which were bucks. In three years, through his

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The crown jewell of the Double H Whitetails deer farm is Timber Crown, a buck that last year scored 408.

ber Crown, which last year taped out at 408 inches. “We started this business in 2008,” said Hochstetler. “It started out as a hobby, and then we stepped it up

and got more serious. We added one or two pens every year.” Now the Double H is a showcase facility, that people just driving by stop at

just to get a look at the deer. And in Ivan and Gary Hochstetler’s minds, it’s just another opportunity to educate the general public on what they do.

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Jennifer Wengerd, 47 Jennifer Lee “Jenny” Wengerd, 47, of Goshen, Indiana, passed away Friday afternoon, Sept. 11, 2015. She was born May 11, 1968 in South Korea, and married Doug Wengerd on Oct. 16, 1993. He survives. She graduated from Central Christian High School, Kidron, and Goshen College. Jenny, a Title One instructor at Model Elementary School, focused on helping children learn to read. Interacting with children was the highlight of her teaching. She used her creativity to create gifts for those around her. She was a member of Waterford Mennonite Church, Goshen, Ind. Surviving in addition to her husband, are sons, Benjamin and Isaiah, both of the home; her parents, Paul and Caroll June (Hostetler) Roth of Killbuck; and siblings, Linda (Phil) Yoder of Killbuck, Tim (Peggy) Roth of Millersburg, John D. (Ruth) Roth of Goshen, Ind., and Stan (Susan) Roth, Archbold.

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She was preceded in death by a brother, Steven Roth. Friends may call Saturday from noon-3 and 4-6 p.m. at Waterford Mennonite Church, Goshen, Ind., where a memorial service will be conducted Sunday, Sept. 20. Pastor Neil Amstutz will officiate. A memorial service will also be held at a later date in Millersburg. Cremation will take place at Yoder-Culp Crematory. Online condolences may be shared at Memorial contributions may be made to the Jennifer Wengerd Benefit Memorial Fund at Interra Credit Union.

Denise L. Taylor-Church, 55, of Millersburg, passed away Wednesday morning, July 29, 2015, at Aultman Hospital, Canton, after an extended illness. Denise was born March 28, 1960 in Canton, the daughter of William Haines and Patricia and Donald Huth. She was a loving mother, grandmother, daughter and sister that enjoyed cooking, crafting and doing for others. She was a very strong person and the ultimate fighter. Denise was an avid Cleveland Indians and Browns fan. Surviving are children, Christopher Taylor, Shavonne Taylor and Jennifer (Michael) Whitman, all of Millersburg; grandchildren, Damien, Miranda, Madison and Dakota Taylor, Dustin and Jozette Murphy, Chase and Cruz Whitman; her stepfather, Donald Huth of Canton; a brother, Bill (Tammy) Haines and a sister, Cynthia White, both of Canton; a niece and nephews, Garth and Samantha

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Haines and Dennis “DJ” White, whom she loved dearly; and her dear friend, Leah Tish of Millersburg. She was preceded in death by the love of her life, Eldon “Butch” Lavern Church; her mother, Patricia Huth; and a nephew, Shawn White. “In all the world, you’ll never find, a love that’s true as mine.” Services were Saturday, Aug. 1, at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg. Denise’s wishes were to be cremated. Cremation will take place following the services. Those wishing to share memories or make online condolences may do so at The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Alexander Funeral Home, P.O. Box 108, Millersburg 44654, to help defray costs.

Sandy Bridenthal, 74, of Nashville, went home to be with the Lord Friday, July 31, 2015, at the home of her daughter, Jodie. She was born Jan. 1, 194. in Nashville, the daughter of Lewis and Fannie (Weiker) Castell, and married John Bridenthal on Oct. 14, 1962. He survives. Sandy was a beautician, worked for Freedlander’s and retired from Wayne County Human Services. She enjoyed cooking, shopping, traveling and going out to eat. She loved spending time with her grandchildren. Sandy was a very strong, loving and caring person who will be greatly missed by her family and friends. Surviving in addition to her husband, John, are children, Jodie (Ron) Snyder of Lakeville, Todd (Becki) Bridenthal of Nashville, and Janel (Kenny) Kiner of Nashville; grandchildren, Corey (Angie) Snyder, Kristie (Mark) Yoder, Kylie Snyder, Trenton, Brenden, Ryan and Koen Bridenthal, Tyler and Trevor Kiner; a lifelong best friend, Sandy

Dan Hershberger, 88 Dan D. Hershberger, 88, of 4863 County Road 120 Millersburg, died Saturday, Sept. 12 surrounded by his family in Holmesville at the home of his daughter Mary (Sam) Hershberger. He was born Sept. 18, 1926 in Holmes County to the late Dan S. and Susie (Hershberger) Hershberger. He was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. He was married on November 27, 1947 to the former Sara D. Schlabach and she died on July 19.

He is survived by his children Erma (Jacob) Yoder of Millersburg, Andy D. (Jo Ann) Hershberger of Berlin, Atlee D. (Miriam) Hershberger of Sugarcreek, Sue Miller of Berlin, Alvin D. (Ruth Etta) Hershberger of Millersburg and Mary (Sam) Anderson of Holmesville, 23 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents and wife, he is preceded in death by his brothers and sisters Ida Mullet, Roman, Eli and Albert Hershberg-

Chad Rupp, 45 er, Mattie Miller and Clara Miller and two great-grandsons. Services were held on Tuesday, Sept. 15 at the Ben A. Hershberger Residence 4875 P.R. 387 (County Road 120) Millersburg, with Bishop John M. Miller officiating. Burial was in Troyer Cemetery in Berlin Township, Holmes County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home at Sugarcreek.

Chad Edward Rupp, 45, of New Philadelphia, died Sunday, Aug. 9, 2015, at Community Hospice House in New Philadelphia, after a 3½ year battle with cancer. He was born April 11, 1970 in Toledo, Ohio to Jill (Stair) Rupp of Millersburg. He was a Sgt. in the U.S. Marines for eight years and served in the Persian Gulf War, was a member of Faith Family Church in North Canton and worked for the Kimble Company in Dover. He also enjoyed tinkering with electronics and his car. Surviving are his wife, the former Rachel Fleming, whom he married

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Feb. 4, 1998; a sister, Heather (William) Wooten of Frisco, Texas; his mother, Jill Rupp of Millersburg; grandmother, Joyce Maxwell of Magnolia; father- and mother-in-law, Jim and Karen (Bontreger) Fleming of Baltic; a brother-in-law, Tim (Becky) Fleming of Canton; a niece and three nephews. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, William Maxwell. Services celebrating the life of Chad will be Thursday, Aug. 13 at 11 a.m. at Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, with Pastors Marvin Thomas and Bill Eckert officiating. Burial will be in the church

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Pipes; and her beloved dog, Snuggles. The family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to LifeCare Hospice for all the love, care and support they showed them, it was greatly appreciated. Funeral services were Monday , Aug. 3, at Alexander Funeral Home, with Chaplain Virginia Pflueger officiating. Burial was in Nashville Cemetery. Those wishing to share a memory or make online condolences may do so by visiting The family suggests memorial contributions be made to LifeCare Hospice, 1900 Akron Road, Wooster 44691.

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cemetery where military graveside services will be conducted. Friends may call Wednesday from 4-7 p.m. at Walnut Creek Mennonite Church. Arrangements are being handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home, Sugarcreek. To share a memory and sign the guest register visit www.smithfuneral. com. The Chad Rupp Family Benefit Fund has been established at First Federal Community Bank, P.O. Box 38, Dover 44622, to help the family with medical and funeral expenses. The family would like to thank Community Hospice of Tuscarawas County and the Kimble Family Co. and employees for all the kindness and support they have shown to the family at this very difficult time.

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Maize Quest Fun Park opens COSHOCTON — A giant corn maze opened in Coshocton County on Sept. 18 at Colonial Campground and will be open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Nov. 7. Ryan and Camille McPeek, owners at Colonial Campground recently teamed up with Maize Quest Fun Park to bring this corn maze experience to the area. “This is a large, four acre corn maze with a dinosaur theme designed by maze-master designer, Dave Phillips from Maize Quest,” shared Ryan McPeek. “It was exciting to see it all go from drawings on paper to the cornfield!” McPeek says they wanted to create a family friendly atmosphere at the corn maze and campground area, so it’s not a spooky, scary experience. “Along with the corn maze, we have hay rides, pumpkins, fun games, campfires, Whit’s Custard, hot foods, flashlight nights, and more to make this a perfect fall family activity,” said McPeek. “This is also a perfect outing for scouts, youth groups, birthday parties, school groups and family gatherings.” They are even prepared for young children with the addition of a mini

maze where kids won’t get lost, complete with a fun game to play while completing the kid’s maze. “Within the larger maze we have other games for participants to play along the journey such as Kernel B. Cobb’s Word Game where you find the nine story boards in the maze to answer dinosaur questions or Cornelius Quest’s Picture Find where participants find all nine dinosaurs in the maze to complete the challenge,” said McPeek. McPeek’s Mighty Maze will be open Fridays from 1 to 10 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; and Sundays from 1 to 7 p.m. “We also decided to be open on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 5 and 6 since local youth will be out of school for the Coshocton County Fair,” added McPeek. “We know we can’t do it alone so during your visit you’ll encounter smiling faces to help you get the most out being lost. Our staff is hard working and enjoy the maze experience as much as you will.” Admission is $8 per person ages 3 and up, which also includes a hayride to the corn maze. Coupons are available on their Facebook page or on their website www.

Group discounts are also available for groups of 20 or more. “We also have camp and corn packages with our Colonial Campground to make an excellent fall family weekend,” said McPeek. “There’s no minimum number of people to get the camper rate, just rent a campsite for the weekend and get a discounted maze pass.” McPeek’s Mighty Maze is located at Colonial Campground, 24688 County Road 10 in Coshocton. For more information about the corn maze or Colonial Campground contact A giant corn maze at Colonial Campground in Coshocton County will be McPeek at 740-502-9245. open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Nov. 7.

Pomerene Midwifery Services

Providing safe, personal, and compassionate care to each and every family. ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Pomerene is happy to announce that Donna has joined our team of care providers and is currently accepting new patients. Donna Augustine, CNM is currently the only midwife in Holmes County able to deliver in a hospital setting.

Three (From Page 26) Knights over the last nine years. Patterson, and her daughter, Skylar, live in the Killbuck area. 2000 Hiland Lady Hawks The Dave Schlabachcoached Hawks steam-

rolled to their undefeated 28-0 season, winning every tournament game but one (topped Danville 58-50 in regional semifinals) by at least 13 points. In the Div. IV state championship game, Hiland beat Maria Stein Marion Local 46-30. On the year, Hiland outscored its opponents by an average of 61.6-34.3.

this is something I was meant to “do.I know There is nothing more beautiful to me than bringing a new life into this world and experiencing this journey with each and every family. It’s a daily reminder of why I love being a midwife.

Knights (From Page 26) “My hat’s off to Jason, he has another good team. Every week, we’re trying to get better. And that doesn’t always mean we’re going to win.” The Generals did pick up a win at third singles when Julia Tefs topped Sabryn Cutlip 6-4, 6-4. That struck a pretty big blow to the Knights heading in the OCC tournament. “With Sabryn, she went from a two, probably to a four,” Otto said. “And in our league, that’s huge. If

you’re a two, you’re going to probably see a three if you win in the first round. But if you’re a four, then you’re gonna see Lexington in the second round if you win.” The OCC tournament will be a week from Saturday. That’s when the Knights and Generals can find out if they did enough in the regular season. “Everybody fights for second place in the OCC because of Lexington,” Otto said. “Now it looks like it’s between us, Wooster and Ashland.”

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EXPERIENCED PAINTER would like to paint your crafts, etc., Voice mail. (330) 893-1026

105 General MAINTENANCE Local company is seeking maintenance person. Duties include industrial electricity and general maintenance on food plant. Factory equipment. Experience in plumbing, refrigeration, welding and controls are helpful. 2 years working experience necessary in electrical. Vacation, 401k, holiday pay and generous health benefit. Wage based on knowledge and experience. Further education plan is available as a benefit. Contact (330) 893-2131 for more information. HORSE STALL CLEANER needed part time 9a-2p. Transportation provided. Baltic/ New Bedford/ Clark area. 330-674-2503 HELP WANTED: driver worker for concrete crew. (330) 641-9330 POLE BARN Crew looking for help. (330) 763-4747 LOOKING FOR motivated employees. Paid vacation, holidays. Peace work. (330) 231-3925 LOCAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY Taking applications. $10/hour after 60 day probation and a $250 bonus for perfect attendance after 90 days. Applications are being accepted at: 42 W. Buckeye Street, West Salem, M-F, 8am-4pm. Help Wanted: Barn/Farm help needed at Abby Stables, 2990 State Route 93, Sugarcreek. Apply within.

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If you would like to have your name put on our list of prospective carriers or drivers in your area, simply call the circulation department at 330-264-1125 ext 2257 or 1-800-686-3958, or stop by our office at 212 E. Liberty St., Wooster. Please refer to the individual route number when calling. There is no collecting of money from any of our customers on any of our delivery routes.


WANTED: PART-TIME DRIVER for month of Sept. Please call (330) 231-4976 DRIVER/WORKER needed for a local construction crew. Willing to earn honest days wages. Clean lang.. Will train if necessary. Good wages according to ability. Spring Valley Builders. Call Lowell. 330-473-9489 WANTED: LOGGING Experience helpful. 231-7552

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WANTED: Driver/Laborer on mason crew in Mt. Eaton area. (330) 465-5147

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HOLMES COUNTY, Ohio Employment Opportunity; the Holmes County Veteran’s Service Center is looking for a part-time driver. The candidate must be a Holmes County Veteran, have an excellent driving record and pass a physical/drug/alcohol screening. Deadline for applications will be Wednesday, September 24, 2015 at 4:30 p.m. Applications may be picked up at the Holmes County Veteran’s Service Center located at 10 South Clay Street, Suite 104, Millersburg, Ohio 44654. Holmes County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Drivers: No-Touch! Get Home, Get Paid! Excellent Pay PerWk! Strong Benefits Package Including Bonuses! CDL-A 1yr exp. 877-704-3773

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GEHL SKID LOADER, 30HP, 55" Bucket, also manure bucket, gas engine, runs very good. $7,250. Call David (330) 231-3925 FOR SALE: Ford 4100 diesel tractor, 50hp, 1800 hours. New rear tires. $5,800. (330) 893-0602 EAR CORN. $135 per ton. Delivered with dump trailer. 330-763-1953 NOTICE: AVAILABLE custom combining. Small grains, soy beans & corn. For more details call (330) 275-7759 NEW IDEA 1 row corn picker, good shape, Vernon Mast, 5440 E. Moreland Rd., Fredericksburg, 44627 (330) 698-0514 FOR SALE: Pequea 85 manure spreader with spinners in good working cond., Elmer Graber, (330) 893-2598

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FOR SALE: MC D Corn Binder. Oliver 12" Gang Plow, with new bottoms. Potatoe Planter. Also a few New Holland square balers. John Deere Grain Drill, in mint condition. Knob View Repair, 4159 CR 59, Baltic OH (330) 897-1106 FOR SALE: 2 16' 5200 Miller Pro forage wagons, tandem axel, $3800/each or $7200/both. (330) 674-3252 2010 CATERPILLAR Skid Loader, 226B2, 57HP motor, 1100 hrs. Asking $16,900. (330) 663-4483 RHINO Batwing Mower Model FR180. Foam fill tires. Very good condition. 330-674-7454 MCCORMICK CORN Binder, good condition, 8452 Maple Dr, Sugarcreek 330-8523107 Ext. 1

150 Food Services FOR SALE: 12 ft. Hanson FOR SALE: 5 ft. land pride ring drive silo unloader and COOK AND SERVER positions available, family dining, apply at 7501 SR 83, Holmesville or:, Monday-Sunday,6am-9pm


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MASSEY FERGUSON 35 lot of new parts, new front tires, $2150. Jared Miller, 4704 TR 352, Mbg., OH 44654 FOR SALE: Ford–Ferguson two bottom 12 in. nearly new shares and land slides. $300.00 (330) 698-3571

brush hog. With stump jump, in good cond., good paint, no leaks. Henry J. Miller (330) 852-3363

CAT 247 B track skid loader in good cond. with like new tracks. Hyd. quick attach., 1,454 hours. $18,500 obo. Call Joe at (330) 473-8955

COUNTRY VIEW Woodworking has immediate openings in the assembly, truck, & finishing departments. Very clean working environment. Experience helpful but not necessary. Good pay & benefits. Transportation available. Please apply in person at 7824 SR 241, Millersburg, OH or call 330-674-1390.

KENMORE 21CU ft upright freezer. (330) 231-9595

FOR SALE: Milk dunk station with elec. motor. (330) 359-5868

NEW HOLLAND super 717 corn chopper with 1 row corn head. in excellent cond., sealed ready. (330) 852-3070†x3

SPEED CLEAN washer ringer. Good working cond., $250. (330) 674-1881

PIONEER POWER unit 75 hp, Kubota, like new. (330) 852-3201

FOR SALE: Round wire corn crib. Also ear corn for sale. (330) 275-5606

RAINBOW SWEEPER, all attachments, complete, A1 cond., runs great, clean, warranty, will deliver. Asking $450. Interested calls please (330) 394-4157

WANTED: TONGUE for four wheel for papec silo filler. 330-897-0490

WANTED: SOMEONE to stack lumber for lumber grader. Transportation provided. (330) 231-3236

RHEEM POWER Vent, 75 gal., electric hot water heater. Great condition. $350 OBO. 330-466-3688

DRIVER WORKER for concrete crew. Berlin/ Millersburg area. 5:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Must be 18 years old or older and good driving record. (330) 893-0388 HELP WANTED: DRIVER/ WORKER needed for Masonry crew. Salt Creek Masonry (330)231-3908 THE MOTHER CARE CENTER, a Millersburg area healthcare company serving expectant and new mothers is hiring for following positions: Office Assistant: 20-30 hours per week; duties include office work (answering phones, scheduling appointments, assisting clients, errands, etc.) Experience with Amish/ Mennonite ways and ability to speak Penn-Dutch a plus. Position is for part-time, afternoons. Errand Runner: Duties include running errands using our company car; position is for Wednesdays from 9am-7pm Bookkeeper: Duties include using Quickbooks, etc. to keep books balanced and in order. Dates/Times negotiable. To request an application or for more information please call: 330-674-6667 or 330-275-2805 or stop in at our office: 788 E. Jackson St. Millersburg, Ohio 44654

FOR SALE: Sun-Rise Natural Gas Heating Stove. Like new. Abe A. Yoder, 8884 TR 614, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 USED APPLIANCES: Washers, dryers, stackable units, ranges, gas & elec., 1 gas 6 burner, freezers, chest & upright, portable dishwasher. At Chestnut Ridge Shoes. 3628 SR 39. 330-893-4020 LIKE NEW Eco Washer, slightly used, $225. (330) 204-2730/VM

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TRIOLET TMR mixer. Ideal size for 35-45 cows. Also 90hp tractor, 806 International. Call (330) 567-0081 FOR SALE: 1 Ring Brock Feed Bin, w/auger & electric motor, good condition. Matt Miller (330) 201-4638 DAVIS 700 trencher on tracks. Wisconsin gasoline engine. $975. Bolens 1050 with Wisconsin engine, $175. (330) 377-4190 CASE IH JX80. 1500 hrs. Excellent condition. Rubber, like new, $14,900 or best offer. Call 419-896-3646 FOR SALE: Stack chopper, fox silage blower, NH 256 rake, 32 ft. hay & grain elevator PTO drive, (330) 897-6006 EM Equipment, 1964 TR 178, Baltic OH

FOR SALE: Kuhn 4 basket hay tedder. Like new, hyd. fold & tilt. Matt Miller, (330) 201-4638 FOR RENT or for sale: 5 Tine Chisel Plow, repainted & in good shape. (330) 852-2666 JOHN DEERE B in good condition. Make an offer. 2701 TR 166 Sugar Creek. (330) 852-7094 x3 MCCORMICK DERING corn binder with Honda motor & aluminium elevator. Good condition. $2,000. (330) 852-0722 JOHN DEERE 400 Backhoe. Runs good, 3 buckets, good tires, parts/repair manuals, $8500. 330-852-2609 FOR SALE: 8 ft. frontier cultimulcher like new. $2,500. Jonas Troyer, 330-897-1403 x3

FOR SALE: New Idea 2 row wide corn picker, real good condition, older JD running gear, silomatic unloader parts. (330) 852-4298

FOR SALE: New Holland 717 Chopper & New Idea 323 Picker, both field ready. (330) 695-6793

FORAGE WAGON, 125 John Deere Chuck Wagon, good condition. (330) 473-2416

FOR SALE: 10' disk. $900 330-231-6809

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OLIVER CRAWLER Loader, Model OC96, Rebuilt injection pump, new starter, new battery, 4 cyl. diesel, runs & works good. $4,000 (330) 317-8424

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Farm Equipment 230 Farm Products Produce 235 Tractors

Kubota L3250 w/ Loader & 4WD 40HP 988HRS ����������������������������������������� SOLD JD 950 w/Loader� �������������������������� SOLD IH 806-1967 - HP������������������������ $8,500 IH 806-1964 - 95 HP ������������������� $8,500 Oliver 550 1967 Repainted ��������� $6,000 IH 1586 160 HP �������������������������� $8,500 MF 245 Diesel 40 HP������������������� $6,500 JD 1020 38 HP ���������������������������� $4,200

Misc NI 12A Manure Spreader ������������ $1,400 NI 3632 Manure Spreader����������� $3,000 JD Potato Plow �������������������������������$200 16’ Spring Tooth Harrow Brillion �� $1,800 8’ Dunham Cultimulcher������������� $1,500

02250 AD13904194 432 3PT� Woods Blade ���������������������������$800 used 5’ Brush Hog ���������������������������������� SOLD list 1 Gravity Wagons ���������������������������$775 JD 8’ Transport Disc ��������������������� $1,400 JD 10’ Transport Disc ������������������� $1,700 Landpride Batwing Mower��������� $7,500 16’ Trailer w/sides & Tarp Top ������ $1,900 NH 256 Rake w/Dolly ����������������� $2,600 NH 256 Rake������������������������������� $2,500

CERTIFIED ORGANIC ear or shell corn. Out of field. Approx. 5 acres. Holmes Lumber area. (330) 674-2754 FRESH INCREDIBLE sweet corn. $2.75 dz. Place order now. Eli Slabaugh, 4000 Snoddy Rd, Shreve 44676 FOR SALE: 5 mute swans. This year chicks. $200 each. VM 330-988-3474 CUSTOM CORN Chopping with 2 or 3 row head, pull behind chopper. (330) 473-5857 FOR SALE: 23 round bales. Wrapped oats. Heifer hay. Organic but not certified. $45/bale. (330) 600-2789 FOR SALE: Organic Corn Silage out of the field, Eddie Miller (330) 893-2898 WANTED: GMO free or non-certified organic ear corn and silage. Robert Miller, (330) 893-1999 FOR SALE: 500-ton CERTIFIED ORGANIC corn sileage, shelled or ear corn. (330) 275-7759 FOR SALE: Ear Corn & Silage Corn out of the field. Daniel W. Miller (330) 897-1307†

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230 Farm Products Produce FOR SALE: Golden buff pullets. Ready by mid Sept., $12 ea., VM 330-600-9330

WILL DO CUSTOM INLINE BALE WRAPPING $6.25/per bale. Wayne Troyer 330-231-6640 FOR SALE: 40 gal. STAINLESS steel maple syrup barrels. Also Tandem axle trailer set up to haul sap with or without bulk tank. (330) 674-1430 WANTED: EAR Corn, will buy large amounts. (330) 473-2416

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FOR SALE:Firewood, cut up slab wood and boom truck loads. 330-231-8462. NICE SEASONED FIREWOOD for sale by Rick. $50, 5571 CR 68, Millersburg OH (330) 893-4908 FIREWOOD, split and seasoned, good quality. Elmer Mast, 8718 TR 552, Shreve, OH 44676. 330-567-5960 SEASONED FIREWOOD, $75 per pick up load. No delivery. Call or text (330) 763-0506


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MINIATURE DARK SORREL Mare, DeJaBlue, born 7-2-02, double registered, 32.75" tall. Bred to 33" Tri Color Stallion $500 (419) 341-3794 ******** FOR SALE: 2 yr old Cross Bred Gelding, sired by J2's Bee J. Out of Fresian Morgan Mare, well started. $2,200 Roy A. Yoder, 3031 CR 200 Dundee Ohio 44624

OATS CERTIFIED organic this years crop. $6.50 bu. Robert Keim, 9821 Hogback Rd., Fredericksburg

16 GREENHOUSE hoops 15'.8" wide, $200 obo. Aden Mast, 3235 Graber Rd., Fred., OH 44627 695-9807

FOR SALE: 10 yr old Standard Bred Gelding, 16H, mostly trot, TSS, surrey or family horse (330) 852-2325

FOR SALE: Organic corn for sileage, out of field, Dundee Trail area. 330-473-7054


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FOR SALE: 10 yr. old bay standard bred mare. TSS, good traveler, surrey size, 330-893-1412 ext. 3

FIREWOOD, KILN Dried, cut offs. Good for maple syrup, cooking & kitchen stove. 10 yds, deliv'd Henry J. Miller. Sugar Crk., 330- 852-3363.

FOR SALE: 2 year old reg'd holstein bull. AI sired, sure breeder, David H. Yoder, (330) 893-2892

FOR SALE: 4x5 round bales, 1st cutting dry grass hay. $45/ bale. David H. Yoder, (330) 893-2892

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TAKING ORDERS for Golden buff pullets first of Nov. $8.00 each. Joseph Miller, 4560 CR 207, Millersburg, OH 44654

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EAR CORN, $120/ton or $10 for 100 lb bag. Delivery avail., (330) 674-7440†x1

QUALITY HORSE HAY, Timothy Alfalfa Mix, 1st cutting 4x4 round bales, stored inside, delivered. (330) 466-1408


FOR SALE: 13 year old reg. Morgan mare brood mare sire by Grandiose son of Noble Flair. Also, younger Morgan horses for sale. WOOSTER: 4687 FredericksPrice to sell. Eli Petersheim, burg Rd. Fri-Sat, 9am-?. 3942 E. Moreland Rd., FredMOVING SALE! Bakers ericksburg, OH 44627. Stop rack, microwave, upright in after 5 p.m. freezer, wooden cradle, huge aquarium, antiques, FOR SALE: 8 yr old Black & dishes, stamping & lots white paint gelding, broke more. to ride & drive, has been on trails & wagon train. 8 yr old MILLERSBURG: 25 Spring Blue Roan Miniature Pony Dr. Oct. 1-3 from 8-? Beanie Gelding, broke to drive, Babies, Barbie dolls, soft(330) 852-2666 sculpture dolls, antiques, lamps, pictures, clothing all FOR SALE: 8 YR old Ranch ages, scrap booking, crafts type Buckskin Gelding, & supplies. Come shop for beginner safe. (330) Christmas! 473-8480


WANTED: Organic oats or ear corn. (330) 852-0722

FOR SALE: 200 bushels of organic wheat. $7/bushel. 330-231-6809

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FOR SALE: Hay, 1ST cutting mixed, round bales, no rain. (330) 852-4369

Mt. Hope Tractor 7501 CR 77 Millersburg, OH 44654 1/2 mile S. of Mt. Hope

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2006 four winds chÂteau 30’ class c mini home

BIG BLACK reg'd, strong 4 yr. old percheron mare, broke to most farm machinery, sired by: Slate Acre's King's E-motion, Dam: Silver Run's Princess Daisy, $3200. Jacob Miller, 330-567-5963 MINIATURE BUCKSKIN PINTO Mare, 32.25" tall. Born 3-29-05 Million Dollar, Babe is bred to 33" Tri-Color Stallion $500 (419) 341-3794

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FOR SALE: 8 YEAR old dutch standard bred gelding. Black, 4 white, strip, TSS, very honest family horse. 3 year old standard bred gelding in buggy 1 mo., TSS, drives nice. 8073 TR 652, Millersburg, (330) 600-1128 6 YR old Belgian Gelding, big, well broke to all farm machinery, Myron Yoder (330) 897-1397 FOR SALE: Ring neck pheasants, $20/pair. Yellow gold pheasants, $25/pair. Bob white quail, $6/ea., white crested polish, $15/ pair. Silky $10/pair. Mille fleur $10/pair. 330-897-6602 2 YEAR old paint pony gelding. Broke to ride. 52 in. $450. (330) 601-3304 FOR SALE: Golden Comet Pullets, ready 1st of November, $8.50/ea. Joseph Millers, 330-897-0086 COMPLETE dispersal nice clean flock for sale. 22 pexel cross ewes. 1 pexel ram. 2 bale rings, working chute. Lots more. (740) 599-2939 5 YR old registered black Perchin Mare. Broke. Leon Yoder. 5770 S Carr Rd. Applecreek, OH. 330-698-0144

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FOR SALE: 10 mo. old Australian Shepherd female. David I. Shetler, 330852-3070 6 YEAR old gelding trotter, $4,700. 3 year old gelding trotter, $5,500. Both sharp surrey horses, good broke, tss, (330) 674-1777 Duane Weaver. FOR SALE: 6 mo old Dutch Cross Filly. Sire: Doran. Nice reg filly. $1,250 (330) 695-9862 FOR SALE: 5 year old black & white mare, 48 in. tall. Needs work. $375. (330) 674-2907 TEAM OF haflingers, mare & gelding. 11 & 12 years old. Broke single & double. TSS, ahs been used in hay mower, hay rake, manure spreader & wagon. Also broke to ride. Approx 56 in. tall. Gelding will shy about some things along roads when driven single. $3,000 for team. (330) 897-4856 5 year old gelding, all trot, very sharp family horse, tss, $3,200. Duane Weaver, (330) 674-1777

5 YR. old bay standardbred mare. 15.3 H. SJ's Caviar Superbowl, broodmare. $2000 OBO. (330)600-1254

TEAM OF 14 yr old Belgian Mares, hard workers but not a kids team. $3,750. Also for sale Rabbits. James Miller, Sugarcreek (330) 852-4012

FOR SALE: silky chicks, $3/ea. obo. (330) 893-3808

4 YR old Royal White Ram, $300 (330) 600-2082


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FOR SALE: Alpine Saanen Cross Billy Goat, $150 obo. (330) 275-5662 HOOSIER STORI Sulky Carts in stock. Also parts & service. Knob View Repair, 4159 CR 59, Baltic OH (330) 897-1106





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FOR SALE: Kansas Brome grass horse hay, sm. squares, $9/bale delivered. Eli Mast. 330-275-6163 VM. DEER CORN: GMO free ear corn, bagged & ready to go. 8860 CR 186, Dundee 44624. (330) 359-0233 CUSTOM HAY WRAPPING with an Anderson tube wrapper. Located in Sugarcreek area, $6 per bale, (330) 852-2263. 4X4 ORGANIC 3rd cutting mixed hay, $75/bale; Sm. square bales, $4.50/bale. No rain. (330) 674-1820

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PUREBREED SAANEN Buck 1 1/2 years old, proven. No horns. Good dairy quality, $325. 330-674-2907 A&B RANCH full blood Dorset Ram. 4 yrs. old. $500 obo A. Miller, 24701 Bell Church Rd., Utica, O 43080 WEANLING BAY Reg. Morgan stud. Sharp! Pedigree, Great Prospect. 330359-5601 ext. 1 FOR SALE: Morgan mare's 2 yr. 3 yr. 4 yr. old. Broke to drive. AJP, 18606 Arney Rd., Navarre, OH 44662 3 YEAR old reg. Bay Morgan gelding. Drives single or double, traffic safe & sound. Well broke. Willis Yoder, 330-359-0329 $4250 3 YEAR OLD gelding trotter. Sharp boys horse. Lots of potential! Also, have room for heifers this winter. Jeremy Kline, (330) 852-0559 6 YR. old registered Bay Dutch Harness mare. Sound but not traffic safe. Good traveler. Needs more training. Not for older people. $2500. 330-695-4611 FOR SALE: 3 yr. old black Angus bull. 330-359-5770/ VM. FOR SALE: 3 year old dark bay gelding, tss, safe for women, big enough fo surrey. (330) 231-7419 FOR SALE: 13 Dorset Polypay Cross Ewes, 2-5 yrs old, 1-Dorset Polypay Chevet Cross Buck, $250 each. (330) 897-1349 FOR SALE: 6 year old brown gelding pony, broke to drive, tss, 40 in. tall, (330) 897-6180 WHITE SILKY bantams, $3 each. Jonathan Miller, 6310 TR 327 Millersburg. (330) 674-4466 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 For Sale: 11 YR old Bay Standard bred Gelding. TSS. Surry size. Needs work. Pacing bred. Aaron Weaver. 330-621-4472 FOR SALE: Boer billy goat. 8 months old, (330) 600-0560 voice mail FOR SALE: 8 year old surrey horse. Good for long trips. TSS. Mostly trot, $2900. V.M. 330-765-4995. 5228 CR 229, Fredericksbg. FOR SALE: Quarter Horse Mare. Nine years old. Used on trails. Can be used for brood mare.

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3 YR old Bay Gelding, TSS, been in surrey, ready for miles, Sire: Kadabra dam: Andover Hall, 16.1H, $5,500 8188 TR 656, Fredericksburg, OH (330) 275-0239 FOR SALE: 18 year old liver chestnut, 33 in. miniature pony, kids can ride & drive. $300. 8744 Harrison Rd., Apple Creek, OH (330) 695-2225 NOTICE: THERE will be an open surrey with removable back seats at Charm Days. See Hospice tent. REG'D JERSEY bull for sale, 4 mo. old, sired by Lester Sambo out of a Ex-94 rocket dam, (330) 852-2829 FOR SALE: 8 YR old Standard Bred Gelding, well broke, surrey horse, TSS, (330) 893-0252 FOR SALE: 6 year old black trotter by Lock Keeper. TSS, The right kind, $5,500. (330) 852-4750 FOR SALE: 3 yr old standard bred gelding. TSS, surry horse. Atlee Miller 7640 Frease Rd. Fredericksburg 44627. 330-695-9392 4 YR old Bay standard bred Gelding. TSS. Family horse deluxe. Anyone can drive. Willis Miller, 3649 SR 557 Baltic. 330-893-4611

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GOLDEN BUFF Pullets. Avail. Mid Sept. 16 weeks old $8.50 ea. Avail. Mid Oct 20 weeks old $10.00 ea. 330-897-7890 ext 1 FOR SALE: 2 year old gelding. 1/2 dutch harness. 1/4 standard bred, 1/4 friesian, broke. (330) 690-3004 FOR SALE: 3 year old 53" tri-color pony mare. Good broke, tss, $800. 330473-9747 FOR SALE: Percheron / Morgan Cross gelding, Black, 4 years old, used on farm & in surrey / cart. 330-893-0713 Joe

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3 year old gelding by Justice Hall. Broke for women to drive, good traveler, $4,400. Also, 5 year old gelding, surrey size, $3,900. Ryan Raber, (330) 893-3861


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FOR SALE: 2 mo. old Nubian/ Alpine cross nanny goat. $75. (330) 852-3029

2 YR. old stud 15.1H, sire: Manofmanymissions-Valley Victor, $4200; 2 yr. old gelding, 16H, sire: Andover Hall-Lindy Lane, $4000. Both horses are fresh & well started. Edward Miller, 330-852-2162. FOR SALE: 9 yr old crossbred mare. In Foal to Roshwango. Drives single and double. 330-852-0386

OCT 3rd


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330-897-1320 Farmerstown Area

FOR SALE: 4 year old beagle male, $100. (330) 897-8460

MINIATURE BUCKSKIN Mare, "Missy B", black main, tail, legs. Born 8/13/11 eleigible for registration. 33" tall. Bred to 31" bay stallion. $500 (419) 341-3794

SMOOTH MOUTH belgian gelding, kid broke, used to break a mule, $1,500. Also, mallard ducks, $4 ea., (330) 852-7124

3 YR old Black Gelding, good broke, TSS, nice family horse. $4,000 (330) 600-0491


OCT 23rd

YR old Mare, Sire Mantacular. In buggy 6 mo., broke for women. $1750. 740-586-3742

FOR SALE: reg'd Katadin rams. Starting at $250. (330) 987-3952 FOR SALE: 7 year old bay standard bred gelding, all trot, fresh 2 weeks, boys or family horse, TSS, $4,100. 7 year old bay standard bred gelding, star, 2 whites, surrey size, $4,000. 8 year old dark bay mare, tss, $2,400. Paul Yoder, (330) 600-0183

2 KATAHDIN Rams, born in March, 1-brown 1-white $200 each. (330) 893-0816 FOR SALE: Katahdin Ram, 3 yrs old, $200. Monroe Weaver, (330) 695-2303

FOR SALE: 8 year old 58 in. brown, white paint gelding. Very well broke to ride. Quiet. Traffic safe. ALSO WE WILL TRAIN your pony or riding horse. (330) 893-9140

WANTED: 46-50 in. pony gelding. Good broke to ride & drive. (330) 897-2502

FOR SALE: 50 in. paint pony gelding. Well broke to drive. Tss. $1,000. Medium size pony cart, $275. Large size pony cart, $400. (330) 897-6602 FOR SALE: 5 Yr. Reg. black Percheron gelding, broke, $2500. Mahlon Yoder, CR 12, 740-622-1654 GEESE, DUCKS BANDAMS. Different ties. Call 330-897-2930

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YOUNG JERSEY family cow, very gentle, bred to black angus and elect. single cow milker - all for $1800/obo. 330-696-5480.




Auctioneer Myron Miller

4 Yr old standard bred mare, bay, good broke, women can drive, TSS. Also 8 yr old, black standard bred mare, good broke, women can drive, TSS. 330-231-5219 FOR SALE: big gelding pony. Broke to ride & drive. (330) 897-2502 6 YR old Std Bred Gelding, been in buggy 2 yrs, double gaited, drives with snap, $1,900. (330) 893-0309 FOR SALE: 5 Holstein steers & 1 bull, 450-900 lbs., been on pasture & 12 free-choice organic minerals, non GMO corn, $1.80/lb. Nelson Miller, 1243 CR 108, Sugar Creek, OH. 44681. (330) 852-8104

FOR SALE: Several Kinds of Pure Bred Bantams, Also Pigeons, Modenas, Saddle Homers, Ice Pigeons & more. Also Mandarin Ducks, Call Ducks, & Ring Teal. (330) 893-0423 Ext 2

FOR SALE: 11 year old mare. TSS, Surrey size, anyone can drive. K.T. (330) 600-1519

NOTICE: FARMERSTOWN Livestock Auction is having a standard bred horse sale Saturday, Sept. 26th. Will have excellent family horses. Hitching at 8:30 a.m., sale at 10:00 a.m., auctioneer Atlee Shetler. For more information call (330) 897-3410

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FOR SALE: 7 yr old Male Donkey, (330) 231-4788

8 YR. OLD Blue Roan gelding, good broke to ride, been on the trails, tss, $1800. Edward Miller, 330-852-2162.

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FOR SALE: Team of 14 & 15 yr old Black Percheron Geldings, broke to most farm machinery. (330) 674-2351

For Sale: Round Ringer washer, with elect. motor, good cond. 9359 CR 329 Holmesville. (330) 275-0248

3 YR old Mare, by Federal Flex, fresh, lots of potential. $4,600. 4 yr old Gelding, all trot, TSS, boys or family horse. $2,700 Leon Weaver (330) 275-6657

FOR SALE: 3 YEAR old Belgian mare. 16.2H, good broke, (330) 897-1384 x1

FOR SALE: Young pure bred bore billy goat. (330) 897-4304

FOR SALE: Morgan 6 yr old Gelding, TSS, needs work, good traveler. Young stock available. (330) 231-3452

5 YR OLD gelding, all trot, good broke family horse. Call after 4: (330) 852-3227

FOR SALE: Registered Morgan Mare. 9 yrs old. Broke to ride & drive. Mustang mare. 5 yrs old. has been ridden. For info: (419) 368-3125

13 YEAR old standard bred gelding, tss, surrey horse, $1,500. (330) 275-4645

BARN PIGEONS for sale. (330) 674-4964

GOOD USED bio plastic buggy horse harness, $200. (330) 359-5898

2 SADDLES, 1-Johnny Scott Roper, like new. 1-SRS Wade saddle, very good condition. Leave message (330) 893-0026


9 YEAR old bay standard bred gelding, star & 1 white sock. Buggy size, well broke, women can drive, tss. $2,300. (330) 893-0252

NUBIAN BUCK Service available. Delbert Miller. 330-852-0705.

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FOR SALE: 2 black angus breeding bulls. Out of good breeding stock. Proven breeders. (740) 599-2939

7 YR old standard bred gelding, surry size, two wide legs. Women can drive. TSS. Also, 13 yr old standard bred gelding, surry size, one wide leg, TSS. 18 yr old standard bred gelding, surry size, something for women and grandpas, TSS. 330-231-5219

24 CHEVIOT EWES 1 & 4 yr. old. L.J.P. 8168 T.R. 601, Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627

FOR SALE: 5 year old standard bred bay gelding, tss, family or boys horse, nice willing traveler, mostly trot, $3,500. Marion Burkholder, (330) 852-0580†x2

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PONY FOR SALE: Gray, 3 years old, 37 in., broke, $400. (330) 695-5000, 6220 TR 606, Fredericksburg. FOR SALE: (4) Pigmy Billys, born 6/4/15 & 6/25/15. All light colored. $90 each. (330) 231-4788 WANTED: JERSEY heifers due to freshen between Mar. 15 & the end of April. Need 30. Vernon Yoder, (231) 734-9429 17 YR old gelding trotter, safe for older people, still has some miles left. (330) 893-1657 FOR SALE: 3 yr old Racing Pony Gelding, black with star & 3 whites, good broke, $1,300 (330) 600-9098 7 YR old Standard Bred Gelding, been in buggy 3 mo, TSS, stands good to hitch, on the bit, boys type. Jonathon Miller (330) 473-3542 FOR SALE: 11 yr. old percheron mare, broke, works with snap, not a kid's horse, $1700. Ivan E. Yoder, (330) 893-4085 (near Beck's Mills) WANTED: MILKING Goat for family use. (330) 600-1902 FOR SALE: 4 crossbred dairy heifers, 1 bull calf 3-5 month old certified organic. Leon Schlabach, 330-600-0261 FOR SALE: 3 year old hackney pony. Broke to ride & drive. TSS. $600 obo. Medium size easy entry pony cart. Flat free wheels, like new. $450 obo. Sam Mast 4118 US 62, Millersburg 40" GRAY PONY MARE, broke to ride & drive, tss, has snap, $250/obo. (330) 567-0063. 3

SERVICE age Holstein Bulls. 330-359-5570

BUYING & SELLING Standard Bred & Crossbred horses. Call (330) 359-2852 8

WEEK old pigmy billy. Black & white, kid friendly. $100. Daniel Miller (330) 893-0513 x2

FOR SALE: Purebred Dorset Ram, 18 mo. old, proven breeder; Also, purebred Jersey bull. Marty Yoder, 3966 TR 414, Dundee, OH 44624. PUREBRED KATAHDIN Ram. 1 yr. old $250 OBO. Daniel M. Yoder, 2455 CR 200. Dundee 877-790-8269 FOR SALE: 3 year old gelding. All trot, tss, big enough for surrey, drives with tight lines, will make family horse. $4,800. Stop in anytime. Andy Yoder, 2828 S. Carr Rd. Apple Creek. JACOB SHEEP for sale, 3 rams, 3 ewes, 5 lambs. J. Hershberger, 9153 Zuercher Rd., A. Creek, OH 44606 FOR SALE: 6 year old Hackney pony, dark bay, 4 white socks, lots of fire & action. Call after 4: 330-260-9982 FOR SALE: Dorset Ewes. Ready to lamb first time. No hoof rot. 330-473-8326 FOR SALE: 38” Pony, Broke to ride and drive. Bay color, 330-893-0713 Joe


Household Furnishings

FOR SALE: Reclining love seat. Dark Plum. Good condition. $175. 330-695-2174 KING SIZE BR suite, 5-pc. solid oak, like new, $3200. Log furniture: livingroom set, couch, 2 matching chairs, coffee table--like new $1900. (330) 473-2348 FOR SALE: Dble entry door, full glass, sandstone, $50 OBO. Wooden glider swing, $20 OBO 330-893-7515 CEDAR BEDROOM suites. headboard, chest of drawers, night stand, $125. Bosch mixer with blender (elec.) $125. (330) 893-2722 NEW IN package! 5x8 & 4x5 area rugs, custom made with binding & padding. Creamish color. $350 obo (330) 893-3827 FOR SALE: 8' benches with cherry stain. Very good condition. Call after 4: 330-473-5280

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RECLINER, COUCH, love seat, chest of drawers, table with chairs, night stand, book shelf, twin & full beds, baby cribs, New deluxe mattress set. 2529 TR 110. Millersburg. (330) 600-2852


Hunting Fishing

FOR SALE: Savage M-111, long range hunter. 300 Win. mag, NIB, (330) 893-7019 FOR SALE: Lefty Hoyt Ultratec Bow, Sights, stabilizer, rest, quiver, & 6 arrows. Righty Vortex Bow, sights, rest & quiver. 330-231-7213 FOR SALE: Quest G5 Compound Bow, used 1 season, new sights, arrows, & release. Excellent condition. $300 obo. (330) 695-5348 Ext 3. ATTENTION DEER hunters. For sale: Ear corn. 50# bag for $5.00. No Sunday Sales. Eli A Yoder, 4484 TR 371, Millersburg. (330) 893-2037. 20 ga. Mossberg 500. Engravings on the side, vent rib with gold trigger, good cond., $275. (330) 231-1475 FOR SALE: Hoyt XT2000 compound bow. New string, whisker biscuit, sights, quiver release. All for $250. 330-674-1887 REMINGTON 11-87 ducks unlimited. 12 ga. wood stock. RUGER 10/22. MOSSBERG AR style. 22 LR. All in excellent cond. WANTED: Remington 870 Wingmaster 16 ga. (330) 605-8286 HORTON CROSSBOW. Has scope and quiver. $275. 330-231-8782 EAR CORN for sale. $8/bag, (330) 674-0834 FOR SALE: New never fired Mathew Creed Compound bow w/arrow rest. 330674-7124 ext. 2 FOR SALE: Ruger M77 243 New IR Box $600. 330-695-5501

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FOR SALE: Horton Legend crossbow with quiver & hawk scope, $350. Horton Legend SL crossbow with quiver & Horton scope, $275. (330) 359-2616 REMINGTON MODEL 700, 30-06, Remington Model 721 270, H&R 45-70, Knight 50 Caliber Muzzleloader, PSE Bow with accessories, Game Cart. (330) 323-1776 FOR SALE: Gun Cabinet, 8 guns, solid oak, full glass etched door, excellent condition. (330) 674-1866


Lawn & Garden

WILL DO garden plowing, tiling, brush hogging, and get your new lawn ready for seeding. Henry J Miller, 330-852-3363. JOHN DEERE MC 519 lawn cart & blower for 50 in. mower deck. Good cond., $200 obo. (330) 852-6021 after 6 pm FOR SALE: 50" Cub Cadet mower deck, excellent condition, $200/obo. 330674-2922 FOR SALE: Like new exercising machine---priced to sell. Mlsbg. OH. 330-674-2922 FOR SALE: DR Power Wagon, very good condition. (330) 893-0521 TREES: WHITE pine, Norway spruce, arbor vitae, maples, oaks, pink dogwood & more. Taking orders for fall. Reserve yours today. For a free catalogue, call Miller Trees, (740) 507-8067 DR 30 in. brush cutter with 42 in finish mower. 18.5 hp., 3 years old, real good cond., $3,500. (330) 897-7906 WALK BEHIND mower with 48" mower deck and 36" brush cutter deck, $750. Toro 52" walk behind mower, $850. John S. Miller, 330-893-0303


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FOR SALE: Top buggy, fiber glass wheels, LED lights, good cond., $1,000. (330) 852-0722 FOR SALE: Boys Buggy in good condition. Front, led lights, hyd. brakes, $1500. Raymond Troyer, 10316 Csriswell Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: Buggy, hydraulic brakes, steel tires, LED lights, new paint job complete overall. $3,500 obo. (330) 600-1319 FORE CART with Pioneer metal wheels on rubber & wagon seat with springs, good condition. $550. Mervin Raber, (330) 893-1483 DORNBACK FURNACE with duct work, Model SG120, $475/obo. (330) 893-3850 4 FT x 20 ft double wall drainage pipe in good cond., (330) 852-3070†x3 OLD HOUSE windows to be picked up. Also, FREE Locust trees to be cut for firewood. (330) 852-2887 GONDOLA SHELVING, 80', 4' sections, 7' high, $55 per section. (330) 301-2580 FOR SALE: New 21 speed Bridgestone Mountain bike. 330-674-1312. Henry Burkholder. FOR SALE: Toyota 500 lb fork lift. Good cond., low hours, no leaks, clean. (330) 359-5459

TROY BILT vacuum chipper shredder. Good condition, $350. (330) 893-2360 MASSEY 135 tractor. Diesel, runs good, hard rubber tires, rops, $3,200. 330-893-2360 FOR SALE: Apple butter kettle. (330) 466-9954

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MULLET MEDIUM size wood or coal burning stove. Perfect for shop or basement. Also, 2 sets Bio plastic work horse harnesses with collars. 6588 Buss Rd., Apple Creek. (330) 698-0327 BRIDGESTONE BLIZZAK snow tires. 22565-17 Used less than one season. 85%+ $200 obo. 740-525-5525 FOR SALE: Outdoor Wood Stove by Central Boiler. $2,500. All lines & copper included. (330) 231-4788 FOR SALE: Mini surrey, excellent condition, fresh paint & good lights. Ready to use Farmerstown. 330-897-1232 FOR SALE: 3 pt. 9" posthole digger, 3 pt. blade 6', 3 pt. platform, 16" Stihl chain saw, oxy. acet. Ohio Air welding tanks, 4 AM, 2 AM, gas & air motors, buggy with childrens seats, also old rake & buggy wheels. 330-674-0557 ext. 1. FOR SALE: Grundfos water pump, 1 horse. 10 gpm. Soft start submersible. $750 obo. Approx. 275 ft. of wire, make offer. Used 1 year, put in a new system. Aaron Chupp, (330) 473-8275 FOR SALE: Road cart, like new, with LED lights. $600. Vernon Hershberger, near Becks Mills. (330) 893-4170 FOR SALE: Older used surrey. Led lights, hyd. brakes, still in good condition. 330-893-3279 NEW PFAFF Sewing & Embroidery Machines and Sergers for sale. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center, 164 Church St., Apple Creek, OH. 330-698-3060. CENTER LINE CABINETS. 4 styles in stock, vanities, marble tops. 8020 E. Lincoln Way, Apple Creek. 330-601-1212 M-F, 8-5.

Miscellaneous Merch.

FOR SALE: Open buggy with hydraulic brakes and lights. good cond. 330-897-2930

FOR SALE 2005 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 11 Acre Property, In Coshocton County 2 story House with walkout Basement, Built in 2006. 5 bedroom, 2 bath and attached garage. A 32x48 Barn, six 12’x12’ Box stalls. Nice tack space and air pressure motor room. Taking Bids September 28th at 6:30 pm Open House September 14th after 5:00 pm. If you miss Open House, call and we will schedule an appointment. We reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Reuben J. and Rebecca Nisley and Family 30707 T.R. 213 Fresno Ohio 43824 • VM. #330-763-3909

1 Owner, Only 50K Miles, 4.3 L 6 Cyl., 5 Speed Manual, Excellent Condition!

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Miscellaneous Merch.

FOR SALE: Caddy Wood Stove (330) 231-9604



Will sell on location 599 Daly Dr. Wooster, OH. From US RT 30 exit to Old Lincolnway turn east to Connector St. then south to Sylvan Rd. then west and follow signs to property. From US RT 250 SE of Wooster or NW of Apple Creek take the SR 83 Bypass north to first exit then left to auction.

TUESDAY EVE., OCT. 6TH, 2015 • 5:00 PM

PARCEL NO. 1: The secluded farmstead located at 599 Daly Dr. selling with approx. 8.2 acres of land. The home is accessed by a shared private drive and was built in 1880. There have been several updates to the home over time, but it has been uninhabited for approximately ten years. There are four possibly 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 kitchens, LR etc. The home has hardwood floors and a full basement with a propane gas F/A furnace. A drilled well provides the water, and there is a septic system. Also included with the property is an old bank barn, suitable for livestock and storage. The acreage includes approximately 5 acres of fenced tillable/pasture and some woods. If you’ve got some energy, time, and skills you will like what your money will buy here. PARCEL NO. 2: Approximately 20.2 acres of vacant land with approx. 15 level tillable acres that has been farmed by a neighbor in recent years. With its immediate access to the on/off ramps of the bypass this would be a great spot for warehouses or a wide array of commercial uses. The balance of the land is woodland. This parcel will have a 60’ owned access from Sylvan Rd. Parcel number two actually lies between parcels 1 & 3 and could be added to either to make a good mini-farm. PARCEL NO. 3: This home is located at 1619 Sylvan Rd. Wooster, OH. The home is an older twostory home on two acres that has had a lot of major renovation started but is not completed. The home has vinyl siding, replacement windows, updated electrical service, new drywall, updated plumbing, hardwood floors, a natural gas furnace & water heater. The main house has had the shingles replaced but the porch needs a new roof. It needs kitchen cabinets, bathroom fixtures, etc. but a lot of the dollars for the upgrading of this home have been spent. This home needs a septic system. A soil test and plot plan with septic design is on file. This one has potential. OPEN HOUSE: The properties will be open for inspection on Tuesday Eve. Sept. 22nd from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. Other showings are available by appointment. Call Steve Andrews @ 330-465-8498 – Seth Andrews @ 330-466-5471 or Real Estate Showcase Wooster @ 330-262-6888. Brochures with more detailed information are available on site or on the website TERMS: We require a non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price at the close of the auction with the balance due at closing within 45 days. There are no financing contingencies. The property sells AS IS – WHERE IS with no warranties expressed or implied. There is a 10% Buyer’s Premium in effect for this auction. 10% of the highest bid will be calculated and added on to determine the contracted selling price. NOTE: The Daly Dr. property was acquired by Mr. Lynn Augspurger from the Barnes family in 2005. And the Sylvan Rd. property was added in 2006. It was Lynn’s dream to retire here but unfortunately his health failed and he was not able to live out his dream. His family now wishes to sell the asset and has chosen the auction method of marketing to accomplish their goal. THE FAMILY OF LYNN AUGSPURGER, OWNER Auction Conducted By:

SWISS AUTO MART HOURS: Mon., Thur. 8-7PM Tues., Wed. Fri. 8-5PM Sat., 8-Noon; Closed Sun.



Family Owned For 35 Years


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TOOL BOX FOR a full-sized truck, aluminum, single lock opening, good condition. $150. 330-401-7847

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NEW STAINLESS STEEL solair grill for sale. (330) 893-2038

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ADJUSTABLE COSCO baby crib with mattress. $45. Delbert Miller 330-852-0705



TACK: 11:00 AM

HORSE: 1:30 PM


Sale Barn: (330) 852-2832 Leroy Baker cell: (330) 340-0614 Sale Barn: (330) 852-2919 Brady Baker cell: (330) 831-1720

Mast Real Estate and Chattel Auction

Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015 Chattels: 4 p.m. Real Estate: 6 p.m.

Open House: Weds. Sept, 16, 2015 5:30-7:30 p.m. Location: 6133 TR 327, Millersburg, OH 44654.

Between Benton and Millersburg on St. Rte. 241 take TR 327 south to auction

2 homes • Barn • 40’x68’ 2-story shop • Screened pavillion • Pasture • Woods • Excellent hunting • Tractor • Woodworking tools • Household 15.2 Acres • Holmes County • Hardy Twp. • West Holmes Schools

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FOR SALE: Battery Operated Wheel Chair, like new, (330) 674-0809

MYERS SELF oiling pump jack. 6 in. stroke. Good cond., $375. (330) 674-2754

FREE: LARGE FUEL OIL tank. Also 1/2 full tank of fuel oil for sale at reduced price. (330) 852-2695

FOR SALE: Oat Crimper with electric motor, $450. Play Station portable Vita, 2 games & 2 memory cards, $150 obo. (330) 893-4026

NOTICE: WHITE Covering pre-cuts, Mary Shetler pattern. Approx 100 left. $1 per covering. (330) 893-3827

FOR SALE: Shale, base material, will (330) 897-2929

FOR SALE: S20 Gallagher Solar Fence Charger. Use one summer. $175.00. New is $249.00. Aden Hershberger, Navarre, OH 330-466-5265 FOR SALE: New open buggy. Lights, brakes, steel wheels. $2,700. (330) 377-9891 ELECTRIC hospital bed. $100. Ferguson TO-20, good cond., $1,850. Call evenings. (330) 231-8264

solid load,

FOR SALE: Zena stick welder. Run by 11.5 robbin motor. On cart. Excellent cond., $1,600. (330) 377-9891 FOR SALE: road cart, very good cond., $500. (330) 377-9891 FOR SALE: quick hitch sulky, easy entry, in good cond., $750. obo (330) 897-2103 FOR SALE: 300 Golf balls, like new. Also, WHITE PIGEONS (330) 852-1902

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OFFICE DESK: oak OCS-113 with top cabinets, $100. Mose Keim, 8738 TR 652, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 ALL NEW 5.5 HONDA 40" stainless exhaust 12" drain oil hose 6' flex drive. Paid $637.78. Sale price $510. E. Miller, 5034 CR 120, Millersburg 44654 330-893-2270 SURREY IN good condition. Fiberglass wheels. L.E.D. lights. 330-852-3572 FOR SALE: 42 in. mower deck, fits on Troy Bilt garden tractor, $200. Horton express crossbow, $175. WANTED: ping pong table, good condition. (330) 852-2452. Vernon Yoder 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.


SpECIAL FEEDER SALE Wednesday, Sept. 30th, 2015, 6:00pm If possible, have cattle here by 4:00pm. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL:

Sale Barn: (330) 852-2832 Leroy Baker cell: (330) 340-0614 Sale Barn: (330) 852-2919 Brady Baker cell: (330) 831-1720

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

5865 Dover Road, Apple creek

Excellent offering in the country, yet close to town! shaper w/hydraulic motor, shaper cutters, Vemco The property offers two homes, a 2-story barn, and a drafting table w/scale, scroll saw w/air motor, line 2-story, 68x40 shop. The main house features an open shaft drill press, Kreg pocket drill, Grizzly joiner w/hydraulic motor, portable gas air compressor, UPS kitchen, dining area, large family room, 4 bedrooms, scales, air tools including: jig saw, sanders, routers, 1 full and 2 half baths. The basement has a second drills, Paslode spiker, hoses, 24”x74” metal table, 12kitchen and lots of storage space. From the living room, follow a short path to the screened pavilion just V blower, hydraulic lather duplicator, AND MUCH MORE, including office, household, word processors, outside the woods or enjoy the front or back porch/deck area. The second home includes a large old Mac computer, Paymaster check printer, like new kitchen with custom wood cabinets, great room, 3 pallet jack, farrier tools, garden cart, 10HP Honda bedrooms, and large bath. Both homes have gas and motor, Bio buggy harness. Note: for a complete chattel listing and photos visit our website and watch for some electric lights. The 2-story barn features five future ads. stalls and is connected to a large pasture area. BeautiReal Estate Terms: A 10 % nonrefundable down ful landscaping with fruit and nut trees. Houses sit payment is due at the auction with the balance due at well off the road on a quiet township road. This priclosing (approx. 60 days). Announcements at the aucvate, wooded property offers endless opportunities and your own piece of paradise just minutes from tion precede previous statements and ads. Berlin or Millersburg. The shop lends itself to many Owners: Roy Allen and Laura Mast business opportunities. With 15.25 acres, the Agent: Carie Kurtz 330-231-7198 property boasts fabulous hunting grounds. 200Co-Broker: Keller Williams Realty amp line electric service. FREE GAS with royalAuctioneer/Realtor: Orus Mast 330-473-9077 ties. Auctioneer/Realtor: Vernon Yoder 330-466-0520 Chattels: Ford 801 Select-o-Speed tractor, Bombardier snow plow w/4-way blade, Yamaha golf cart in good cond., 30’ motor home (70K miles), JD MC 519 grass catcher (like new), 60” walk behind mower, stick welder, 3 pt. box, chipper/shredder, 7x12 trailer, 2 low rider bikes, road cart, Grizzly

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Excellent opportunity to own a new home on five acres. 3 bedroom ranch with 3 full bath. Open floor plan, kitchen with solid surface counter tops and eat in bar overlooking a stone fireplace. Large master suite with walk in closet and garden tub. 3 car garage and 32x44 detached garage. $335,000

Tim Miller


9529 Overton Rd., Burbank W





Tim Miller

3 bedroom ranch home on 3.8 acres. Minutes from Wooster’s north end. All one floor. Large deck overlooking back yard. Includes a 32x36 detached garage, 30x24 detached garage and a 36x24 flat barn with pasture. Has small pond on property. $175,000


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FOR SALE: 2000 psi steam cleaner powered by a Honda. Also, a 2500 watt generator powered by Honda. (330) 674-1430

FOR SALE: A herd of sheep. Approx. 30 Sheviot & Dorset Cross. Healthy young herd. We will not seperate. Call for more info. 330-439-8066

NEED YOUR puppies advertised? Give Greenfield Puppies a try. Call Gina at 330-260-1368 to schedule your puppy pictures.

FOR SALE: Buggy, excellent condition, LED lights, hydraulic brakes, 3 yrs. old. Call 330-317-2119

FOR SALE: 5 MO old Tri-colored Australian Shepherd Male, nice clean dog, (740) 504-6925

FOR SALE: Top Buggy with hydraulic brakes, storm front, lights & steel wheels. (330) 359-5118

FOR SALE: 3/4 English Bulldog Male, 2 yrs old, proven breeder. Daniel W. Miller (330) 897-1307

FOR SALE: Toy Fox Terrier puppies. 2 females, $150 each. 9 males, $125 each. Ready to go on 9/22/15. After 6 pm, Enos M. Troyer, 8323 Township Road 601, Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627

FOR RENT: 20 ft. hitching rail on wheels. For churches, weddings, funerals, auctions & so forth. (330) 359-5878 Eli J. Miller.

AKC SHIH tzu male puppy. Born 7/12/25. $325. (330) 893-2038

BORNTRAGER TENT RENTALS. Upcoming weddings, graduations, etc. Tent sizes range from 10x10 up to 40x200. Call 330-204-1989 FOR SALE: 2 Bio Plastic Buggy Harness, spilt breast, $175. Not split $100. (330) 674-2616 FOR SALE: Truck cap 74" long, 63 wide, color blue. R. Hershberger, 6052 CR 201, Mbg, OH 330-893-2205

AKC SIBERIAN husky pups. 8 females, 7 males to choose from. 12711 Cunningham Rd. Apple Creek. (330) 439-8844 9 WK old Walker mix Coyote Hound, shots & wormed, $70 (330) 893-7001 ACA 10.5 mo. old Bichon male. Breeds. $400. (330) 897-0130

Musical Instruments

3 YR old, beabull female, brindle and white $300 OBO. Also, 3/4 bulldog puppies ready to go. 330-600-9511

CASIO LK-90 TV key lighting system keyboard. $175. (330) 893-3463

WANTED: BREEDING age female, preferably large dog. Reuben Miller 419-938-1538



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FOR SALE: Aca Maltese females, 1 year old and 2 year old. 1 other Toy Poodle, 3 years old. (330) 852-4283x4

FOR SALE: 9 year old mare, tss, buggy size, womn can drive, in buggy 4 years, $2,000. (330) 897-8701 FOR SALE: akc Golden Retreiver female. 1.5 years old. $1,200. (330) 749-3746 BREEDER SELL out for Shih-tzus. 1 male and 3 females, ACA registered. $575 ea. Older standard poodle, male, ACA reg. $150. Older golden retriever, female, no papers, would make great house pet, $150. 2 St. Bernard, male, 6 mo. old, no papers, dry mouth, short haired, $250 ea. 1 Great Dane male, AKC reg., 1 yr old, black, $250. 1 female, boxer/Eng.bulldog, 7 mo. old, $450, brindle. 2 boxers, fawn, no papers, 1 male and 1 female, $250 ea. 330-231-9993 FOR SALE: 4 ACA reg'd Boxer pups, 2 fawn males, 2 white females, (330) 897-0770

FOR SALE: Lab Puppies & Beagels, males/females of both, assort. colors. Priced to sell. Shots & wormed, ready to go. (330) 893-1426 VM. 3

MALE CHOCOLATE Golden doodles. 2 black males, 2 black females. Ready Sept. 5th. Shots & wormed. Marlin Yoder, (330) 600-4769

WANTED: AKC Blenheim Cavalier Male, proven, Roy E. Miller (330) 897-7610 LOOKING FOR Young Breeding Stock? 8wk old AKC Standard Poodle Puppies, Reds $875, Blonds $750. Also a few adult Golden Retriever Females. (740) 599-7797 FREE: 10 MO. old female guinea pigs, Call 330-231-5175

Danville Auction Schedule Danville Auction, LLC. FALL CONsigNmeNt AuCtiON Saturday, September 19th • 8:30 a.m.

3 point dirt scoop, 1 ton Bradford 250 gravity wagon, factory gear – good condition, used furniture, antiques, tool boxes, power tools, clean housewares. Will accept consignments of farm machinery, miscellaneous tools, masonry, lawn and garden, carpentry, hay, straw, goats, calves, lamb, feeder pigs, feeder calves, rabbits and much, much more Turn your items into cash! Send your list of quality items to Danville Auction for FREE advertising

JACK RUSSELL Pups, small, very cute, $150. (330) 893-4057 FOR SALE: 9 week old 3/4 boxer pup. Had shots & wormed. $100 obo. 330-279-2628 2 ACA Yorkie males, born 5/22/15. Ears up, mom is 4 lbs, dad is 4.5 lbs. Good breeding stock. $500 ea. Joe Mast, (740) 610-4450 POMSKY PUPPY, male, born July 26th, up to date shots/ wormed, parents on site, $2000. (330) 401-7946

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BLACK LABRADOODLE Puppies, males & females, born 6/29/15. $250 obo. 330-897-0096 Ext 2

FOR SALE: 9 week old tri color Beagle puppy male, shots & wormed, (330) 897-1015

AKC ENGLISH Bulldogs, 2-females, 2-3 yrs old, $1,300. 1 male 4 yrs old, $1,400. Beagle male, red & white $100. Lemon & white female, 2 yrs old, $125. (330) 893-0309

GERMAN SHEPHERD husky Excellent watch dog. To good home. Wanted: Frenchies. (740) 824-4361

4 Young adult, AKC, English Mastiffs. 3 females, 1 male. All born 2014. Out of free whelting parents. Ready to produce. 330-231-5219 FOR SALE: AKC Golden Retreiver Puppies, dob 7/31/15. (330) 473-0297 FOR SALE: ACA reg'd Dachshund male. 5 mo. old $400. (330) 600-0812 2 FEMALE BICHONS. 3 female, 1 male Maltese for sale. (330) 897-0615

FOR SALE: 5 mo old House Broke Female Kitty. Gray & Black, very playful, (330) 852-0464

GERMAN SHEPHERD breed sell out. 1 yr. old AKC blk/tan female, AI bred, sharp, $1600; 3 yr. old AKC blk/tan female, bred, raised 6 pups last litter, very sharp, great mom, $2000; 2 yr. old blk/silver, ACA male, nice size, proven breeder, German bloodline, $1300; Top quality breeding stock. Or all for $4400. (330) 893-0314

ACA Reg Blenheim Cavalier Male, born 6/9/15, up to date on shots & wormer. For more information call (330) 473-3923

FOR SALE: Terrier Yorkie mix puppies. Born 6/7/15. 2 males, 1 female, shots & wormed. Ringneck doves. 330-674-2585 ext. 2

FOR SALE: Beagle mix puppies. Makes great family dog! $125. 330-275-9195

BEABULL FEMALE, 1 yr. old, has Bulldog features, $400. (330) 600-0314

AKC CHOC. female, 9 month old. Good breeding stock. Mother on site $2250. 330-600-9601

KENNEL SELLOUT: Poodles, Yorkies, Also kennel building. (330) 674-2008 VM

FOR SALE: 4 year old blue tick coon hound male. Runs, trees own coon. $300 obo. 330-663-3862

11 MO old Standard Black & Tan Poodle male, $2,000. (330) 893-9017

AKC ENGLISH BULLDOG, 9 mo. old, brindle, up to date on shots, $1900. Call after 5pm 330-401-8260

Wengerd real estate auction Walnut creek area

Location: From SR 39 just east of Walnut Creek, Ohio take CR 114 south ½ mile to location. Signs Posted.

Monday october 5, 2015 • 6:00 p.M. 12.6 Acres * 2 Parcels * Walnut Creek Twp * Holmes County * East Holmes Schools * Retreat Property * Cabin * Excellent Building Sites

open House: Monday sept. 21, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Located just a 3/4 mile from Walnut Creek this property has what you’re looking for. The 7.5 acres is open & wooded and has a nice 14’x32’ cabin with 1 bedroom, 1 bath and a kitchen/dining room area. Other improvements include a nice 20’x30’ pole building ideal for storage, outings etc. A water well is also included. The 5.3 acre tract is all open land.. Both parcels have road frontage on CR 114 and offer excellent building sites.. 12.6 acres with beautiful views of the local countryside and in a great location, this one has it all! Don’t miss it! Call for map & brochure. Call Jr. Miller for more info. taxes and legal: Holmes county parcel # 2600984001. Taxes are currently $371.44 per half year. terMs on real estate: 10% nonrefundable down payment made day of auction, balance due at closing. No financing contingencies. Any required inspections to be completed prior to bidding. All information herein derived from sources deemed reliable but not warranted. auction by order of: adrian & amanda Wengerd

For more information call

Pony Express Phone Service at 740-599-6607

Auctioneers: Aden Yoder, Elmer Yoder; Dennis Hershberger & Nelson Weaver Danville Auction is licensed and bonded in favor of the State of Ohio

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Jr. Miller, auctioneer/realtor 30.231.1914 or

FOR SALE: ACA Reg'd Golden Retreiver Pups, 11 wks old, $500 (330) 695-7103 or (330) 600-9380 Nice Looking WANTED: AKC Cavalier, tri color or black & tan male. Also, AKC female Ruby. Prefer on the small side. 9 mo.-3 years old. Reasonable. (260) 241-7904 For Sale: 6 SHIH-TZU females 330-275-6471 CHOCOLATE LABS, 3 females, 1 male, 6 mo. old, ACA reg'd, exc. breeding stock, $800. Call Joe at (330) 473-8955 AKC Australian Shepherd. Blue Merle Male. 1 1/2 yr old. $450 330-473-8336 FOR SALE: 18 mo. old omcba. Cur male, juke box and thunder bred. Brindle with white trim. He is started on coon & squirrel. Spent 6 weeks with trainer. Handles well. He's game crazy. Selling because I don't have time to hunt him. (330) 852-0464.

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FOR SALE: 3 mo. old akc yellow Lab female. $500. Dean Yoder, (330) 674-1342


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. FOR SALE: Doberman Pinscher. 1 year old. $50. (740) 502-5031 FOR SALE: 1 Havanese females; Chihuahuas- 1 female, 1 male. Please. call 330-893-4529 x2. FOR SALE: 8 week old German Shepherd puppies, litter of 6 & litter of 9. $375 ea. 740-623-0650 ext. 3 FOR SALE: AKC Boxer Puppies, 2-females, 2-males, shots & wormed, 10 wks old. Owen Nisley V.M. (419) 883-2129 Ext 3 FOR SALE: 4 mo. old AKC Light Golden Retriever male. (330) 275-0307 WE ARE buying puppies now from USDA licensed breeders. Small & Large breed. Also French Bulldogs & English Bulldogs. (330) 600-0838

Huge Sporting goodS Sale 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. gpS Coordinates 40.545922, -81.736025

WedneSday, Sept. 23, 2015 • 4:00 pM

Boats * Hunting * Fishing * Tubing * Camping * Shoes * Boots Toys * Misc. Paddle boat; John boat; lots of blinds; tree stands; hang on and climbers; 10+ air rifles refurbished; fishing poles; lg. amount of lures; tackle boxes; tackle; ice cream freezers; camo packs; backpacks; lots of clothing; wool socks; shoes; waders; boots; crocs; cots; tents; canopies; marine stereos; boat covers; boat seats; 2 camo recliners; lots of waders; lots of inner tubes; large amount of camping items; if you can find it in the sports store you can probably find it here. All tubes, tents, blinds will be checked and ok. Also, gun cases; exc. leather; luggage; lamps; meat grinders; dehydrators; home décor; weather stations; grill items; watches; camping chairs. Nice selection of knives hunting & folding etc.; thermocells; bug repellers; bow sights; releases; deer feeders; good selection of archery items; lots of high end clothing etc.; 2 SeaDoo Sea scooters; safety vests; life jackets; macwagon. note: Huge amount of items surplus and shelf pulls. The store that these items came from does not have a bargain cave so there are lots of great items that are just discontinued. Whether you’re looking for quality items to use or do some early Christmas shopping don’t miss this one. Bring the family and come out for a great night of fun. Will be selling in 2 rings. We have only seen about ½ of the times yet so anything could show up. Visit for photos and updates. For more information contact Marvin Yoder at the auction house 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.

Kaufman auction House 330-204-4453 derriCK Kandel, auCtioneer Myron Miller, auCtioneer CliFF Sprang, auCtioneer

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FOR SALE: 3 Min Pin females. 2 Males, 2 yrs. old. Also 7 puppies, 9 wks old. 5 females, 2 males, $175. 7 yr old Yorkie male. Roman Petersheim, 993 US 62, Wilmot, OH 44689 8 WEEK old brown white Shih Tzu male, $350. (330) 714-9082

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FOR SALE: white ducks, ready to Also wanted beagle under 3 yrs old trained to hunt 330-674-0809

pigan butcher. female, and is rabbits.

YELLOW LAB Female, AKC Reg., very friendly, 2 yrs old, great pet. $200 (330) 695-9937

Absolute Keller Real Estate & Chattel Auction

Location: 8456 Fox Lake Road Sterling, Ohio. From Smithville take SR 585 NE to Egypt Road north to property at corner of Egypt and Fox Lake Road. Watch for Signs

Saturday October 3, 2015 • 9:00 AM Real Estate at 12:00 PM

Duplex—Former Georgetown School Building* Wayne County*Green Township* Green Local SD*Jewelry* Glassware* Furniture* Primitives*Household * Open for Inspection: Monday September 21 • 5:00 to 7:00 PM

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CHINESE SHAR PEI, 1 adult female, 1 adult male, Male DNA tested, proven breeder. We are downsizing and want to stay with small breeds. $400 each. (330) 897-0821 12 WEEK old Beabull females. Lots of white and some brown markings. Shots and wormed. Also, 3/4 English Bulldog male brindle, nice markings. Call for price. 330-600-9260. Also assorted Banty Roosters and hens. $2.00 each. FOR SALE: Australian Shepherd puppies, 8 weeks old, pure bred, vet checked, shots & wormed, (330) 365-0190 FOR SALE: 8 wk old Tri-colored Cavalier Beagle cross puppies, 3 females & 1 male, shots/ wormed 330-897-2412 AKC ENGLISH Bulldog. 2 females, 1 white, 1 brindle, 3 months old, $1,600 (330) 275-4711

ATTENTION: Need help with a unexpected litter of pups. Will pay up to $200 per litter. Call us 234-303-6377

This is a great opportunity to own a piece of Wayne County history. The former Georgetown School building has been made into a Duplex and sits on a nice country corner lot (1.03acres). Each unit consists of 2 Bedrooms, 1 bath and could benefit from some updates. This could be an excellent opportunity to invest in your future home or use for extra income as a rental property. This brick home has an open front porch, and large basement. Legal: Parcel 31-00396.000 in Green Township of Wayne County and Green Local School District. Taxes: $504.32 per half, prorated to time of closing. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of the auction, balance at closing in approximately 45 days, no financing or other contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. All information gathered from sources deemed accurate but not guaranteed. Buyers must independently investigate and confirm any information or assumptions on which any bid is based. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Furniture & Household: walnut 4 shelf curio; walnut 3 pc. BR set; display cabinet; nice desk; sofa; chair; walnut display cabinets; secretary desk; round front corner curio; large jewelry cabinets; singer sewing machine; walnut cabinet; queen ann sofa table; maytag electric range; freezer; washer; dryer; old cabinets; chest of drawers ;quilt rack; rocker; dry sink; large amount of craft items; pictures; file cabinets; Large collection on lamps (some very unusual) Primitives & Antiques: ¼ sawn oak display cabinet; marble top stands; school desks; cast iron patio items; old chests; trunks; old quilts; egg baskets; old tools; wooden boxes; old toys; griswald items; copper buckets; advertising items; maps; books; washboards; paintings; stamp books; model ship; old doors; garden tools Jewelry & Coins: Huge assortment including gold rings; sterling items; watches; hat pins; badges; tokens; boxes and boxes of jewelry. Glassware: carnival; cut glass; depression; fenton; northwood; paperweights; slag; imperial; fiestaware; Holland figurines; royal doultan; Dolls: huge collection including; K.K. german; wellman; S. mack Barbie; steale Ashley bell; dream baby; Seymour; ginnie alexander; 100’s of dolls to choose from Content Terms: Cash or check with proper identification, Visa and Mastercard. 3% buyer’s premium, refunded for cash or check purchase. Payment in full day of sale. Note: This is a 60 year collection. This ad only lists a very small amount and we have not scratched the surface. There are 1000’s of boxes to go through. We will be selling in 2-3 rings all day. Bring your chair a friend and join us for a day of fun. LUNCH STAND Sale by Order of: Brent & Audrey Keller


WANTED: AKC male chocolate lab. (330) 893-2037 MALTESE SELLOUT! 3-m, 8-f, 1-5 yrs old. Most are Reg. Prefer to sell in one group but would consider splitting. (330) 231-9474

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FOR SALE: Beautiful Beabull puppies, 3 females, 2 males, $500. (330) 601-3378

AUSSIE POO puppies, 9 weeks old, 3 f, 4 m, vet checked; dewormed & shots. (330) 893-9896

2 SIAMESE kittens. 3 month old. First shots & wormed. $150. Ph. 330-893-3836 leave message.

WANTED: BREEDING age Golden Retriever Female, 1-3 yrs old, (330) 763-1672

FOR SALE: 1 year old Chihuahua, AKC, registered, $250. (330) 466-7400 BOXER PUPPIES for sale. AKC reg'd, dewclaws removed and tails docked. We have all colors to choose from. (330) 324-5630 Family raised, up to date on shots. 4YR old English Redtick Coon- hound Male, runs & trees own coon $350. Also Bantys & doves. 330 359-0329 FREE STANDING Whelping cages with hot water heat, & weaning cages & other cages. (330) 897-5700† 3 YR old, nice marked, black and white Husky female. $700 330-763-0486 3 Male AKC English Mastiff puppies, 8 weeks old, shots a n d w o r m e d . 330-231-5219 ENGLISH COON Hound Red Tick UKC adult female, 4 yrs old, champion bloodline, very good hunter. $1,150 (330) 359-5143 FOR SALE: ACA boxer puppies. Up to date on shots. 330-690-3004


FORD AND OLIVER TRACTORS-EQUIPMENT SILVER KING- SHOP TOOLS-OLD ITALIAN SCOOTER DORSEY FLATBED TRAILER-WINCH FINISH MOWER-SCRAP PILE-GATES Moving to smaller quarters and will sell the following farm and shop items at public auction at the farm located 9806 Howman Road, West Salem, Ohio. Located South of West Salem or 1 mile North of Lattasburg on State Route 301, then ¼ mile East on Howman Road.

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 2015 • 10:00 AM

Ford 7000 diesel tractor w/ cab and weights, showing 2500 hours; ; Ford 7710 diesel compact tractor, FWA,586 hours, nice condition, and selling w/ #770A loader; 2 wheel trailer; Durano 3pt. orchard sprayer; Land Pride 25-72 3 pt. finish mower; JD #609 3 pt. rotary mower; 2 wheel trailer; 2 OH fuel tanks; small lathe; Power Kraft 10 in. table saw; Power Kraft drill press; good rolling tool box; Marvel commercial power saw; welder; scaffolding; water pump; floor jacks; hydraulic cylinders; Reddy Heater; lambing gates; sheep feeders; row boat; T Posts; fencing items; 3 wagon loads of good small tools; 2 old sleds; barber chair; Veglia good old motor scooter; lumber; scrap pile; and more. CONSIGNED; Ford 9N tractor; late model Ford 8N tractor; Oliver 88 tractor not running; Silver King 42 original single wheel tractor; Woods belly mower off Ford tractor; 1992 Fruehauf 43 ft. flatbed trailer w/ dollies and 10 ratchet straps; Tulsa 23,000# gear drive power winch w/ Cat head; oil field head ache rack flat bed fits many trucks; NI double chain elevator; NI 3 beater pto spreader; Avco New Idea #486 round baler; hay and grain sheep feeders; Pequea #85 ground drive manure spreader; Woods 72 in. mower; 3 pt. rotary mower; hand and power tools; older grain cleaner; 8x60 pto grain bin auger; King Kraft 2200PSI power washer; KK 3200 watt generator; chain saws; and more by sale time. NOTE- A partial list with more being added as the barn and shop are cleaned out. Starting with wagon loads of misc. and row items. Should be ready for tractors and equipment by 11:30 or 12 Noon. Good field parking on site. Plan to attend. Pictures and updates at Click on chattel auctions. TERMS- Cash or Good Check Lunch BARBARA CIUCA, OWNER AUCTIONEERS - Dave Acker, Nick DeFelice, Paul Emerson

(330)264-8342 4939 MILLBROOK RD. WOOSTER, OHIO 44691

FOR SALE: reg'd akc German shepherd puppies. Black & tan. Also, solid black. Males & females. Good breeding stock. Shots & wormed. $600. Mother & father on premises. (330) 852-4817 FOR SALE: Parker Phoenix compound bow, ripcord, rest sights, quiver and release $300 330-674-4999 ext. 4 FOR SALE: 4 female Lab Puppies, ready now. (330) 600-0400 FOR SALE: 2 FOX Terrier females, $100 each. Also 5 puppies, $200 each, 5 weeks old. 330-473-5901 AKC BICHON males, 8 wks. old, shots, vet checked, $500. (330) 359-5143 SIBERIAN HUSKY Puppies, 2m, 1-Black/White, 1-Gray/ white, blue eyes, 11 wks old on 9/17/15. Shots/wormed. ACA Reg. $550/each 330893-2607/330-893-3712 v.m

Pets Supplies

FOR SALE: Beagle puppies, 8 weeks old, 6 males, 1 female, $125. Up to date on shots & wormed. Great hunting stock. 3 black Labradoodle males, 18 weeks old, $100 obo. Willis Troyer, (330) 473-5760 BEAGLE PUPPIES. Shots, dewormed. 6 female, 1 male, 7 weeks old. $150. Call or Text 330-601-4158 FOR SALE: 4 Female AKC Reg. Chocolate Std Poodles, 13 mo old, $1,500. (330) 893-2037 For Sale: AKC GOLDEN retreiver puppies. Ready to go Sept 25. $650 ea. Vet checked. Call the Beechy's: 330-600-9061 FOR SALE: two blue & white parakeets along with a cage, $55. V.M. 330765-4995. 5228 CR 229, Fredericksburg. 4 AKC boxer males, 1 black, 3 brindle. 8 weeks old. 330-893-1016 ext.1 FOR SALE: 1 AKC Yorkie female, 6 yrs. old. $200/obo (330) 359-0348


Location: Mt. Hope Auction Barn, New Arena, Mt. Hope, OH

MON., SEPT. 21st, 2015 AT 5:30PM

Guns: Rem. 1100 LW 20ga. Mag VR; Ithaca 12ga. SXS; Browning Belgium Sweet 16-16ga. VR; Browning Belgium Light 12-12ga.; Rem. 870 exp. 12ga. Super Mag; Ithaca Deer Slayer 12ga.; Charles Daily Diana 12ga. 3-1/2” VR; Savage Mod. 775A 12ga.; H&R 20ga. Altra Slug gun NIB; Topper Mod. 58-28ga. S-shot; Topper Mod. 151-20ga. S-shot; IZH94 Express 30-06 Over/Under; Henry 45/70 in box; Henry 22 cal. in box; Rem. Mod. 700 .270; Savage Mod. 110 .270 w/scope; Marlin Mod. 80 .22 w/scope; Mod. JA 380 Jimenez Arms hand gun; Mod. C9 .9mm Hi-point hand gun; Mod. HP25 Phoenix Arms hand gun; Mod. 322 H&R .22 rev.; Knight .50 cal. Muzzleloader SS; Redemption .50 cal. Muzzleloader w/vortex scope; Rem. 1100 12ga. VR; Rem. 870 WM 28ga. Skeet VR; Rem. Single Shot 12ga. Patent date Oct. 30, 1894; Rem. 870 WM 28ga. Skeet VR; Rem. 870 Exp. 12ga VR; Marlin Mod 15 yn Youth 22 cal.; Moss. 500A 12ga. VR; Rem. 870 WM 20ga.; Rem. 870 WM 410ga. 3” Skeet VR; Rem. 870 Exp. Mag. 20ga. VR; Rem. 870 WM 410ga. VR Gold Trigger; Moss. Mod. 500E 410ga. VR RS; Marlin Mod. 783 .22 WMR w/scope; Rem. Sportsman Mag. 12ga. VR; Rem. 870 WM 12ga. VR; Rem. Sportsman 12ga. VR; Rem. 1100 12ga. VR; Rem. 870 WM 20ga. PL; Rem. 870 12ga. VR; Rem. 1100 12ga. VR; J.C. Higgins Mod. 103.228 .22 cal. Highlights: Winchester set, incl. Win. Mod. 42 410ga. 3” PL, Win. Mod. 12 20ga., Win. Mod. 12 16ga., Win. Mod. 12 12ga.; More Winchesters: Win. Mod. 37 12ga. 5-shot; Win. Mod. 12 16ga.; Win. Mod. 1400 20ga. VR; Win. Mod. 1400 12ga. VR; Win. Mod. 1300 12ga. VR; Win. Mod. 37A Youth 20ga. Gold Trigger; Win. Mod. 94 Golden Spike 30-30 Leveraction, WOW!; Set of: Rem. 870 Exp. 410ga. 3” VR–28ga.VR–20ga. Mag. VR– 16ga. VR NIB–12ga. Mag. VR; Set of: Rem. 1100 LW 410ga. 3” VR–28ga. LW VR–Lt.20 20ga. VR–16ga, VR–12ga. VR; Also, Beretta AL391 Urika 12ga. 3” Gold Inlay 30” B VR in hard case, NICE!; Benelli Montefeltro 12ga. 3” VR New; Fox Sterlingworth 16ga. SXS; Rem. Mod. 700 300 Rem Ultra Mag. SS w/Leupold Scope; Ruger Super Blackhawk .44 mag. 7” barrel Misc.: New Large 72-gun safe; Hastings 1100 20ga. Slug Barrel; Small Treasure safes; Nikon Monarch 2.5 10x44 SF Rifle Scope NIB; Sight Mark 8.5 25-50 Triple Duty Rifle Scope; Wild Turkey Fed. Knife Sets; Hang-on Tree Stand, New; New Bow Targets Bows: Matthews Q-2 Compound loaded L-H; Hoyt Compound R-H Note: This is a nice, 1-owner collection with a lot of hard to find, rare guns! All buyers must be an Ohio resident and 18 years of age for long guns; 21 years of age for hand guns. Terms: Cash or check with proper ID. Auctioneer: Nelson Weaver 330-763-4855 Assisting Auctioneer: David Miller

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Pets Supplies 300

AKC chocolate & white havanese pups. Male, 1 year old, $700 obo; & 2 females, 12 weeks old. $800. (330) 893-2722 1 AKC Cavalier male. 5 mo. old, tri color, nice marking. 1 pair of red golden peasants, 1 year old. Black cochins, 8 weeks old. White fantail pigeons. VM (330) 600-0522 FOR SALE: Coyote Hound, Started, $100 obo. 6663 T.R. 519, Big Prairie, Ohio 44611 after 5:00 pm AKC HAVANESE puppies, 8 weeks old, brown & white & black & white. 7 males, 1 female. (330) 852-0703†x2 AKC REG'D 3 year old golden retreiver male. Proven, out of good stock, $900. (330) 600-9228 AKC CHOCOLATE lab puppies, 5 males, 4 females, Vet checked, family raised. Shots & wormed. (330) 852-3679

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FOR SALE: White Bichapoo Puppies, 2 - females, 2males, up to date on shots & wormers. (330) 473-9918 3 MALTESE females. 2 bred, 1 Bichon female bred. Also 1 Yorkie female. (740) 501-9535 TREEING WALKERS, 22 mo old started, 1m, 1f, $75 ea. Also 7 yr old broke male $150 (330) 674-3140 FOR SALE: 2 Pomeranian females. 1.5 yrs old, $700. (330) 674-1871 KARBO ESSENTIALS highly recomd. for females not cycling, producing bigger litters, very helpful toward diarrhea in puppies. Coccidia, Giardia etc. New low price $95 or 2/$180 Marvin Yoder, CR 19 (330) 893-9304 FOR SALE: 3 white Pekin ducks. $5 ea., David D. Yoder 4251 CR 114, Sugarcreek. (330) 852-4046

BLACK MINIATURE poodle female, 3 years old, $400 obo. (330) 473-9918 FOR SALE: Miniature Poodle, male, 2 yrs old, CKC Reg., proven breeder. (330) 695-9960 ACA DALMATIAN puppies. 1 male, $700. 1 female, $750. 10 weeks old. Very playful & loving. Up to date on shots & wormed. Call anytime (330) 473-2268 ST. BERNARD stud service avail. CKC reg'd. Brown & white markings. $350 at time of service. $350 at confirmation of pregnancy. For arrangements call (330) 473-8896 FOR SALE: AKC Bernese Mtn Dog puppies. 6 males, 7 females. Out of a litter of 15. (330) 893-9017 FOR SALE: 5 year old akc Maltese male, $275. David D. Miller, (330) 600-0253 FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel Beagle puppies, 7 weeks old, shots & wormed, (330) 567-2243 FOR SALE: AKC Shiba Inu male. Black & tan. 8 years old. Has puppies on premises. (330) 359-5459 FOR SALE: Siberian Husky Female, black & white, DOB 12/1/12. (330) 897-0897 3 BLACK female poodles, 1 parti male poodle- family raised, very cute and playful. $500 ea. 330-698-3192 FOR SALE: Weimeraners, female, 6 1/2 yr old. Male 7 mo. old. 330-674-0809 FOR SALE: 2 AKC Maltese males. 6 months old. Good breeding stock. $400 ea., Robert Coblentz (330) 893-7800 FOR SALE: 2 ACA chocolate Lab males, 8 mo. old. (330) 275-5247 AKC LAB PUPS: Choc., males & females, 7 wks. old, shots & wormed. Father is big blocky silver lab. Mother is choc. lab. Both parents on site, $600. 330-600-9601. 6 YR. old Weimaraner fem, ACA reg, good mother, $700. ACA reg Weimaraner puppies, 3 males, $620 ea, 5 fem $650 ea Ready to go 9/24. Roy Yoder, 740622-4400 ext 3 for more info

FOR SALE: General International Rip Saw, 3" cutting depth, 45 degree blade tilt, set up on hydraulic, lightly used, all acces. included. $1,500 Berlin Woodworking (330) 893-3234 1996 ENCO 2 1/2 HP milling machine. 54x9 3/4 table. 33 1/2" travel w/power feed. Bridgeport style, $1950. 330-674-6601



Wanted to Buy

BUYING All motorcycles pre 1980, running or not, Cash paid. 845-389-3239. WANTED: BUNK bed. (330) 279-4517 WANTED: SMALL row boat. (330) 279-2910

410 4 YORKIE females, 2 yrs. & younger. 1 Yorkie male, 5 yrs. old. 2 Maltese females, 1 bred. Good breeding stock. (740) 610-3162

Tools Machinery 425

Land Sale Rent 475

available approx November 1, 2015. We only have a few of these so call today to reserve yours before they are all rented. $525.00 month plus $525.00 deposit to move in. Phone 330-8979045 Mon-Thur 8:00 to 4:00

6.5 ACRES open land with developed spring. 3.2 mi S of New Bedford on CR 10. Taking bids Tuesday, Sept. 15th, at 6:30. For more info call Eli Troyer at (330) 897-8100


Home Condo Rentals 500

FOR a house to Comm Property - Sale LOOKING rent in Holmes County.

2000 CHRYSLER 300M, 162,000 mi, $1200 or make offer. Needs front wheel bearings. 330-415-9869 For Sale: 1996 FORD Contour. 4 Door. 145,000 miles. $1200 OBO. 330-473-8336

(937) 217-3655

INCOME PROPERTY FOR SALE: 1 1/2 ac, with 2 14'x70', 2 bedroom mobile homes, each with master bath plus one other full bath. Nice inside, Covered decks, Well cared for. One with barn. Private settings, wooded land on private road has well & septic. Would be great home site. Near Nashville. $82,500 obo. Call 330378-3431 or 330-231-5188


Home Condo Rentals

3 BR, 3 full BA house on acreage, near W. Holmes HS, $1100 +utils. 330-275-2896, call or text.


Mobile Home Rentals 510

VERY NICE 14x70 2BR, 2 full BA, covered porch, LP gas heat, a/c, wooded area, $475+1st mo. water incl'd, 1 yr lease. Great for retirees. Nashville area. Background check & dep. req. 330-378-3431



FOR SALE: 2004 MERCURY Mountaineer 4x4 4WD, 1997 GMC 3500 diesel. (330) 473-5857

Auto Parts Accessories

(4) 5-LUG 15" Alum Mag Wheels, caps & lug nuts included. Ford or Dodge. (330) 231-9595


3 BR, 2 ba house with walk out basement. 20x32 barn on 12 ac. in Fresno. Mostly wooded, great hunting. (330) 987-4983

Pristine Mobile Home Park. These are new mobile homes, (never lived in). Open concept, split bedrooms, 2 baths, laundry hookup, offstreet parking, lawn care provided. Will be

A/C does not work, it needs a line patched (should be a fairly easy fix). Heater works awesome. New brake rotors and brake lines 6 months ago. Asking $2,500 obo. Call Dave @ 330-275-2805


14.5' FISHER trolling motor, Yamaha 4 new tarp. 473-9064

Home Condo For Sale FOR RENT: Baltic, Ohio. 2 br 2003 FORD Expedition 4X4, dark blue with 3rd row seat- 530 mobile homes in Baltic's ing; runs good. 193K mi.,

with troller, fish finder, 9.9 stroke motor, $3,500 (330)

Motorcycles ATVs

2000 HARLEY Davidson Road King, lots of chrome, low miles, very clean. $8,500 (330) 231-9595

Sports Fitness

Place Your Order by Phone

VOLLEYBALL SETS, new, complete with bags, $265. Millcreek Machine (330) 897-0735



Tools Machinery

FOR SALE: Lift Rite Stacker Fork Lift, 42" forks, air powered, 132" raise, good condition. $2,200. Berlin Woodworking (330) 893-3234 DIESEL GENERATORS, 20KW Kohler, 35KW Kohler, both with John Deere engines. 100KW Cummins. (330) 231-2634 NATURAL GAS Generators, all sizes, 10KW - 100KW, all have 1800rpm water cooled engines with low hours. Call for pricing & more information. (330) 231-2634 FOR SALE: Craftsman 15 in. drill press. Variable speeds. $50 obo. (330) 893-3808 FOR SALE: Heavy duty visionary, up cut cut off with 20 in. blade, no power, $300. XHW-1000 air clutch, $700. H-1000 air clutch, $400. Both in good cond., (330) 893-4085 FOR SALE: "Marathon" Elect. Generator, belt drive, 1800 RPMs, 120/208 3-phase, 40KW or 120/240 single phase 30 KW w/breaker box mounted on stand, excellent condition! Asking $1000. Mt. Hope Planing, 1-1/2 mi. E. of Mt. Hope, 330-359-0538. FOR SALE: 6500W Honda generator, set up for natural gas w/remote start, $2500. (330) 897-2024 x0 FOR SALE: USED 6500 watt inverter generators. (330) 473-5356 WOODSPLITTER MADE by Iron & Oak. Good condition. $1200. 330-674-7454


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2001 NISSAN Frontier pickup. Auto., topper, 245k, 1 owner, easy miles, rust free. great work truck. Ladder rack. $1250. 473-2430 1997 FORD F350 7.3 Power stroke Diesel, 250K, runs good, $4,500 obo 330359-1902 or 330-473-0931

Vans 545

2010 BLUE GMC 15 pass van, 90k mi., new brakes, vinyl floor, easy to clean, asking $16,500. (330) 390-4783. 2000 FORD F350 super duty, ext. cab, diesel, transmission approx. 55,000 mi. call: 330-204-5032 15-PASS. VAN for rent, Call for daily/weekly rates 330231-4493 or 330-231-5657

Nisley Real estate & GReeNhouse auctioN

Location: 2625 CR 58, Millersburg, OH 44654. SR 83 south of Millersburg to CR 580 to CR 58 2.3 miles to property.

tuesday octobeR 6, 2015 6:00 PM 13 Beautiful Acres* Newer Brick Home * 36x40 Bank Barn * 24x100 Aeroponic Greenhouse (like new)* *Mechanic Township*Holmes County* open for inspection: Wednesday, sept. 23 – 4:00 to 6:00 PM

Vans 650

NEED A VAN? Odyssey Rental has a late model Chevy 15 pass. van for rent! Call us at 330-852-0157, Cell, call/text 330-473-7619


Automotive Services

GENERAL REPAIR: Exhaust systems, tires, oil changes, Mid Ohio Auto Care. (330) 407-4661

Building Materials 695

Cleaning 890

207 Doors & Windows • Vinyl Windows 06500 AD13113930 72

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The Holmes County Hub Shopper

FOR SALE: 4x8 sheets fiberglass w/plywood backer. Several colors. Ideal for dog kennels, porches, garages. Ben Raber, 5493 CR 68, Mlsbg., OH. 330-893-1336

Troyer real esTaTe & ConTenT auCTion

Location: 2571  U.S.  62  Dundee,  OH  44624  (Winesburg  Area).  GPS Coordinates: 40°36’33.65”N 81°42’39.94”W. From  Winesburg take U.S. 62 west to auction.  Signs posted.

Wednesday oCT. 7Th – 2015 • 4:00 PM 5 Bedroom Home on 6.3 Acres* Paint Township * Holmes County * East Holmes Schools * 32x40 Shop/Garage * 26x40 Barn * Chicken House * Tractor * Trailers * Storage Barn * Furniture * Household Items * Tools oPen house: Wed. sePTeMber 23rd 4:00–6:00 PM

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


CARETAKER WANTED for Elderly Mother under Hospice Care in my Christian Home. Amish Welcome. Call 330-317-7525


Located in Eastern Holmes County these 6.3 acres and buildings  sit just west of Winesburg and have many possibilities. Whether  you  are  looking  for  a  commercial  property  or  a  place  to  call  home,  this  property  will  fit  most  of  your  needs.    The  updated  home has 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, a Mullet Cabinets Oak kitchen  with appliances, dining room and a living room with hardwood  floors.  Other amenities include central vac and a second kitchen  in the walkout basement. A 32x40 garage, a 26x40 barn, a storage  barn  with  a  porch  area,  machinery  shed  and  a  chicken  house  being used as storage also accompany this property.  Schedule  your private showing today or join us at the open house.  Real  Estate sells at 6:00 p.m. TerMs on real esTaTe:  10%  nonrefundable  down  payment made day of auction, balance due in 45 days at closing.   No financing contingencies.  Any required inspections must be  completed prior to bidding.  Property will be sold “As Is” with  no warranties. Announcements day of sale will take precedence  over  all  previous  advertising.    Legal:  Holmes  County  Parcel  #1500566000.    Paint  Twp.,  East  Holmes  Schools.    Taxes  are  currently T.B.D.  TraCTor – equiPMenT – Tools: Massy Ferguson 255  Diesel w/ 2,491 hrs. w/ Great Bend 33 Loader with quick attach  forks; Bobcat 553 Diesel Skidloader w/ 1,382 hrs. & 53” bucket; 5’  bucket; King Kutter 7’ blade; 6’x10’ United open trailer; 8’ united  enclosed trailer; JD 10 lawn trailer; 24’skeleton elevator; Woods  MD172 Brush Hog; New Idea ground driven spreader; 10’x12’  storage barn; Stihl chain saws; Honda G300 generator; Kubota  20–30  hp  Engine;  Troy  Built  mower  w/  33”  mulching  deck;  4’  water  trough;  10’  feeder;  ladders;  2  ton  crane  lift;  aluminum  v  bottom boat and trailer; Craftsman Toolboxes; extension cords;  Craftsman  table  saw;  fencers;  air  tanks;  fuel  tank;  and  much  more. ColleCTibles & household: Maytag electric washer &  dryer; Patio table & 4 chairs; Holland grill; Heat Surge fireplaces;  gas heater; Table & 6 chairs; Dehumidifier; scale; oil lamp; lamps;  princess house; mosser glass; silverware; Anchor Hocking; Ent.  Center;  Oak  corner  office  desk;  Emperor  grandfather  clock;  wall gun cabinet; 3 pc. Bedroom set; Montgomery Ward sewing  machine;  Royal  shipping  scale;  coffee  &  end  tables;  books  including NAHC, nascar, medical, religious & more; Dale Jarret  Items;  Franklin  mint  1939  Kenworth  semi;  Winross–Penjoy  semis including Dutch creek foods, Lancaster farm toy show, JH  Brubaker, mayflower; and more. ChaTTel TerMs: ID required for registration. Cash, check  and credit card accepted. All items must be paid in full day of  sale and prior to removal.  Approximately a 3 hour sale. Sale by the Order of: Larry & Julie Troyer

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SHETLER SERVICES Driveways, field tiling, building pads, pet graves, french drains, gravel hauling, septic systems, downspouts. Call (330) 988-4373


A great country home in a peaceful setting, some woodlands and open acreage makes this a highly desirable offering. The improvements include the brick home built in 2005 comprising of 1,952 sq.ft. which includes large kitchen, living room w/wood burner and natural gas heat, 2 bedrooms, bath, laundry room and large open attic. Also a 36x40 bank barn, and in addition this property has a 2013 Aeroponic 24’x100’ greenhouse with an established customer base- which makes this an excellent opportunity for an income producing family business. This property will be offered in parcels and combination. PaRcel 1: 7.57 open & wooded acres, 343’ road frontage. This tract includes the newer home and barn PaRcel 2: 5.4 open & wooded acres with farm pond, 232’ road frontage. This tract is accessed via shared existing drive. This is a nice building tract here. PaRcel 3: This is your opportunity to increase your income! A sideline business that is ready to go includes: 24 x 100 greenhouse built in 2013 and fully equipped with cutting edge Aeroponic growing technology and automated climate control system. The greenhouse is currently in production with a growing capacity of 6400 plants every 6 weeks. This parcel sells complete as a turn-key business which includes 100 -10 foot growing towers, reverse osmosis system, seedling chamber, shade cloth, room with walk-in cooler (room itself can’t be moved) w/18,000BTU unit with Coolbot. The buyer of this business will also receive a list of the current buyers for the lettuce, ownership of all branding assets, and up to 4 weeks of hands on training. This is a year around growing system complete with natural gas heating. Potential opportunity for greenhouse dealership. If sold separate from the land, ample removal time will be granted. For more information on growing technology visit oNliNe biddiNG Will be aVailable FoR this PaRcel. PaRcel 4: 30x96 A Frame hoop greenhouse with natural gas heat. Real estate teRMs: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing in approximately 45 days. No Contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. All information gathered from sources deemed accurate but is not guaranteed. Real Estate sells subject to all matters of record. The Buyer(s) is responsible to conduct its own due diligence prior to auction. Buyer(s) must independently investigate and confirm any information or assumptions on which any bid is based. Real Estate will be offered in parcels and as a whole. Announcements day of sale will take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Legal: Taxes are currently $790.06 per half year. Parcel numbers 1300191012 and 1300191014. Note: Please visit our website for pictures, map, online bidding, and more details: Sale By Order of: Levi & Clara Nisley

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CORNERSTONE FENCING: Building most types of farm/ horse fences. Woven wire, horse wire, barb, high tensile, board, vinyl cote high tensile, free est, 740-5019951 owner Glenn Mast. TREATED FENCE boards & posts in stock. 7 ft. posts, $5; 16 ft. baords, $6. We also have 4x4s and 4x6 16 ft. in stock. Weaver Logging & Lumber, 11657 Salt Creek Rd. Fredericksburg 44627 (330) 763-4614 YODER'S FENCE & Brush Removal. Will build all types of farm fence. 23 yrs. exp. Free est. 330-763-0497



HOME MAINTENANCE & repairs-- roofing, siding, & painting. Elmer Mast, 330-231-0797.


DON’T WAIT FOR WINTER TO INSTALL A NEW CHIMNEY , OR REPAIR A DAMAGED ONE! Brick, block, stone, historical masonry restoration, concrete, glass block bsmn’t windows, chimneys, fireplaces. Insur’d. Please call James 330-231-9100



GORILLA Painting, Co. Free estimates. Cols./Coschocton Area: 740-294-450. Holmes County: 330-231-3541


Roofing & Spouting

HERSHBERGER ROOFING Quality roofing at a competitive price. Call Kevin for a free estimate. 330-763-0483


Taxi Limo Shuttle

HAULING & Transportation, 4-5 passengers & hauling with truck & trailer. Can pull your trailer or mine. (330) 763-1475


Tree Service

TREE REMOVAL. Got Leaning Trees? Dead Trees? We have Firewood for sale. Call (330) 893-1805



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

Hillside Doors & Windows 330-897-1222 ext. 3

Fiberglass Doors w/ Composite Jam $295

11300 AD13633918 144 Vinyl Windows HILLSIDE w/ Aluminum Screens DOORS & WINDOWS

Storm Doors w/ Heavy Duty Screen Doors In-Stock




The Holmes County Hub Shopper

Saturday, September 19, 2015 — 39 330-345-5200 • 888-244-6632 Shop Online

We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle

College Hills Honda 2015 Civic LX Sedan CVT

2015 Civic EX Sedan CVT

Buy For!! $18,976

Buy For!! $20,716

$149 36 Mo Lease OR

$2000 Due At Lease Signing

$200 2015 Accord LX CVT Sedan

0.9% Financing up to 60 Months 1.9% Financing up to 72 Months

$168 36 Mo Lease

$2000 Due At Lease Signing


Select Honda Special Financing


2015 Accord EXL V6 Coupe Automatic

2015 Honda Civic Loyalty Program


The 2015 Honda Civic Loyalty Program offers current 2004 or newer Civic or Civic IMA Owners $500 towards the lease or purchase of a 2015 Honda Civic. Client must finance or lease through Honda Financial Services. Client is not required to trade in their current vehicle. Members of the same household are eligible. Offer good through 09-30-15.



Buy For!! $21,973

Buy For!! $29,001

Buy For!! $27,238

Buy For!! $24,921

$186 36 Mo Lease

$289 36 Mo Lease

$289 36 Mo Lease

$209 36 Mo Lease

$2000 Due At Lease Signing



$2000 Due At Lease Signing



$2000 Due At Lease Signing


$2000 Due At Lease Signing




2015 Honda Civic LX, Civic EX Sedan, Accord LX Sedan, Accord EXL V6 Coupe, CRV EX AWD, CRV LX AWD are 36 month 36,000 closed end leases. All leases require $2000 cash or trade equity for cash cap reduction plus first month payment, tax, title, license plates and documentary fee due at signing. Sign and Drive leases are plus tax, title, license plates, documentary fee due at signing. All leases and purchases include mud guards and three free oil changes. Buy for is plus tax, title, documentary fee, plate transfer / 30 day tag. 0.9& and 1.9% financing on select Honda models. All offers available for well qualified buyers approved with Honda Financial Services. Offers good through 09-30-2015 unless otherwise noted.




257 mo.

285 mo.


$ P7915


2012 Honda Accord EXL


255 mo.

285 mo.


2013 Honda Accord LX Sedan

435 mo.


2012 Honda Accord SE

2010 Honda CRV EX 4WD

2012 Honda Odyssey Touring




2012 Honda Accord EXL

2013 Honda CRV EX AWD

269 mo.


328 mo.

Payments based on 72 months financing with approved credit 20% down cash or trade equity. Includes Wayne County Taxes, all fees, license transfer or 30 day tag.

Our Other Select Used Cars $


A922A 1999 Honda Accord












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





A845A 2009 Toyota Camry SE





A980B 2002 Honda Accord LX V6


A803A 2008 Ford Escape XLT


A983A 2012 Ford Explorer XLT


A996A 2001 Honda Civic LX Coupe


P7868B 2007 Toyota Highlander 4-Cyl 4WD




A909A 2008 Chevrolet Impala LT

P7910A 2012 Ford Flex FWD

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


A772C 2003 Buick Lesabre Limited


A975A 2009 Nissan Rogue S AWD


A782A 2012 Honda Accord EXL V6


A797A 2005 Honda Accord LX Sedan


P7879A 2007 Honda Element SC


P7906 2005 Honda Civic Hybrid


A912A 2006 Mercury Mountaineer Premium AWD





P7903 2012 Honda Civic LX



A638A 2007 Honda Civic LX



P7895A 2011 Ford Taurus SEL


P7896 2011 Toyota Avalon Limited

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


A982A 1998 Lexus ES 300


A957A 2009 Pontiac Torrent AWD




4600 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, OH 44691

40 — Saturday, September 19, 2015

The Holmes County Hub Shopper

85 OldS tOrOnadO

07 Buick lucerne cxl

Only 76,000 miles!!! Always garaged - very clean, Leather Seats, if you appreciate classics you will LOVE this car!

power Sunroof, Leather Heated Memory Seats, Chrome Wheels





09 chevy impala ltz

08 Buick lucerne cxl

09 chevy equinOx awd

Only 64,000 miles!!! Power Sunrrof, Heated Leather Seats, Remote Start, Alloy Wheels.

Power Sunrrof, Heated Leather Power Seats, Fog Lights, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.


heated leather power Seats!!! Keyless Entry, Remote Start, Fog Lights, CD Steroe, Alloy Wheels





14 chevy impala lt Power Sunroof, Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels.

12 chevy cruze rS ltz


15 Buick regal




11 gmc terrain Slt awd Only 34,000 miles!!! Power Seat, Remote Start, Steering Wheels Audio Controls, Heated Leather, Alloy Wheels



11 FOrd 1/2 tOn crew lariat 4x4

Power Seats, Heated Leather, Sony Speakers, Nerf Bars, Air, Bumper & Gooseneck Hitches



12 chevy maliBu 2lz

Start, TV/DVD, Heated Leather, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package, Memory Seats


07 gmc yukOn denali awd



15 chevy impala lt






all wheel drive Only 35,600 Miles!!! Power Sunroof, Heated Leather Seats.

09 Buick enclave cxl awd

Only 42,000 miles!!! Power Sunroof, Heated/ Cooled Leather, Rear Camera, Alloy Wheels, Premium Audio, Captain’s Chair



Only 12,500 miles!!! Power Leather Seat, Keyless Entry, Climate Control, ALloy Wheels, OnStar, XM Radio.

Z71, Power Heated Leather Seat, Running Boards, Bedliner.

12 Buick lacrOSSe awd

Power Seats, Sunroof, TV/DVD, Chrome Wheels, Air, Heated and Cooled Seats

11 chevy cOlOradO crew 4x4 lt



09 gmc 1/2 tOn crew 4x4 Slt Power Seats, Remote

Only 23,000 miles!!! Leather Heated Seats, Power Sunroof, Cimate Control, Alloy Wheels, OnStar


Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Sunroof, Fog Lights, Alloy Wheels.





13 chrySler 200 ltd Only 16,500 miles!!! Leather Heated Power Seat, Remote Start, Alloy Wheels.

12 Buick regal Only 46,600 miles!!! Heated Leather Power Seats, Keyless Entry, Fog Lights, Alloy Wheels.



Power Seat, Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, Premium Audio, Leather Interior.


12 chrySler 200 ltd leather Heated Power Seat, Keyless Entry, Remote Start, Power Sunrrof, Fog Lights, Alloy Wheels.




11 cadillac dtS platinum 12 FOrd explOrer xlt 4x4 Only 40,300 miles!!! Power Sunroof, Heated Leather & Cooled Power Seats, Bose Speakers, Memory Seats

Power Sunroof, Remote Start, Auto Climate Control, Rear Camera, Air, leather Seats.


Power Sunroof, Heated Leather, Navigation, Chrome Wheels.



13 gmc terrain denali awd




14 chevy traverSe awd 15 gmc acadia Slt awd 11 gmc crew caB dually 15 gmc yukOn denali awd Only 16,000 miles!!! Power Heated Leather Power Seats, Running 4x4 denali Power Heated Leather Seats, Remote Start, Bose Speakers, Tow Package.

Seats, Power Rear Lift Gate, Bose Speakers, Climate Control, 7 Passenger.





Boards, Bose Speakers, 20” Alloy Wheels, 3rd Row

duramax diesel & allison transmission Only 48,600 Miles!! Power Seat, Remote Start, Heated Leather Memory Seats.





Vehicle color may not reflect sale vehicle. Prices good thru 9/23/15.

CHUCK NICHOLSON 1-800-803-8209 TOLL FREE 330-674-4015

Chuck Nicholson

Barry Nicholson

Jim Simo

The Original



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Christi Wengerd

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Holmes County Hub Shopper, Sept. 19, 2015  

Holmes County Hub Shopper covers news and events in and around Holmes County, Ohio. This week on the cover, we head for the Winesburg Quinqu...

Holmes County Hub Shopper, Sept. 19, 2015  

Holmes County Hub Shopper covers news and events in and around Holmes County, Ohio. This week on the cover, we head for the Winesburg Quinqu...