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E OHIO DEMOCRAT,
01 Mill LlffilL
New Ways of Braiding a Boon
to Mothers of Girls.
sciiooMnnr.s' attmi. impoutant
Killed SUiHft SHU la Pnror mill
I'lnln Tiilliircil Slili-f VSnlxlN Willi
r'uiicj- UiiKoiim flic l'rojlcr TliliiK.
SlioeN Ninv Ilfiri rolnlc-l Toi'i,
Kilted sUfrtft nro Rtlfi In JiIhIi fnvor
for young girls' stills nnil ilreiiw
they're too twcCnl nnd becoming n fityle
to bo ilrorau'il lit n hurry uitd are nt
their prettiest wlicn 'nnplliitl to plait)
Shirt Wnlsts for girls ' nre rntlier
plnlii tnllornt 'nlTn'rs trniiii(it pcrlmpa
wltli fnney liutlujti. iAngi-rle Iilonsei
nre wiidc with long Hletn'o-j In absolute
contrm'letlon to the modes ol t lit' older
ouos, for Bhort sleeve sdvor of uiuro
v Dlti: IrtMATrVB VOILE.
or less formal oeeaslons, and nothiug
In tho"" way of forliml occasions must ba
- connected Willi girls' clothes.
Now ways of 'braiding are a boon to
tho woman whoso sixteen -year -old
daughter is growing '"out of .ill bounds,"
lor muter inosv uraiuuigs eievor iuec
lngs nre eouctnlitl which innko" the
wenrlsotue task-' of letting down some
what easier. Hand? offer the sitnie op
poi'tnnity. espeeliilly those graduated
ones wJtlt tho.lowest one perhaps twleo
the width of the top.
A charming blouse for. n young girl
is of tucked crepe do chine fit palo blue,
with a yoke of I'lirls guipure veiled
wltlirtpuble chiffon. The folded scurfs
crossing" the shoulders are Inlet with
bcrrliiglfone Mlteliory. made with
coarse sill: of the sanio color. ,Tlio yoke
forms a point at the back, and tho
scarfs form a mllered point below the
yoke. The Sloo-es are madoon a lltted
foundation of (ho crape, and the full
bell jovprpnrt and the deep frills are
nrranged upon this.
The gown In the cut Is of a pale
mauve ?blle. The skirt 'about the
w.alst Is disposed In plaits and trim
med at the bottom with velvet ribbon
sovernl shades darker than the voile.
Tho jaunty little jacket lias a tiny vest
of white cloth adorned with small gold
buttons, and the velvet trimmings on
tho jacket are caught through gold
. SKIRTS AND VAISTS.
' Long (lowered sill, jackets worn over
lace or chiffon gowns are very effective
for reception cMuinc. Hut 'the long
silk Jacket effect Is rarely vorny. the
A nnilNANT J1LOTJSE.
evening, although slk nnd sntln boiclros
nro to be ston on many of tho siitin
nnd velvet hall gowns.
Extremely- pointed shoes nic the mod.
els promised for tlio spring.
' IJnndsomolr inniked tortolso shell
combs delicately lncrusted with a net
work of parte along tho cntlio leigth
or at either end Willi a graceful ddslgn
i lu enamel hi Jho middle aro considered
tlio :nost up to ibito styles lu combs.
mack canvas sklits plaited ami
Iv Jm ffl H ! I t
Mil it (v it I 'HI ri
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rendy to be neani.il up tlio back axe to 1 1Isloll. wlieu 10 trols sidewise. how
bo purchased In the shops. One lmnd- X 0VQ1. no ,.,..,, foot oc UL.tvccn the,
somo oxnniplo was elnhorately em
broidered hi black silk borcrnli feet
nround nt tho bottom and sells fol- $25,
including mnteiial for the walsf, I
Tho blouso In tlie cut Is ti reijuaut
rtffnlr that' well fulhTta its destlnl', bo
lus tJimposed. ns It Is, of. three lifer
ent inatcrlnls lu quite short leiBths.
Tho vest Is of Kulpurq lnce, tho retty
uerinn is of silk, while any sof fall-
log fabric Is used for tho blouse parti
nnd short elbow slcoves.
' A ,M0DI8H CHAPE
uinck nnd whlto strineil
o bo sinnrt this sptliis.J
nro almost invisible.
There Is a red ami whll
ffooleu thatj IMrls Is iuciirj
Smooth faced ctotlisi nro In evidence
for street mill, mid the rough weaves
seem 'for the tilne to ho decidedly out
l!io elrcular )Irt. usually In two
pieces, will share honoM -ltli tho plain
WIIIXK CJI1T HAT.
gored Jupo. About the belt the now
skirl's arc tucked, knife plaited or shir
red. .The many rows of gathers that
"weie recently thoughtjiiodlsh have not
returned to favor.
The new ribbons are wonderfully
JrfVely and nro used In many ways be
sides the traditional snsjl nnd girdles.
Wide, soft ribbons nre folded Into Helm
like corsage trimming and also Into
draped waistcoats, "They are set Into
skirts Willi open stitching or with lace
bands and are used for cuffs, rever.-i,
girdles, knots and hows.
Bonnets have come Into fashion for
chlldicli and not only for very wee
folks, but those of a more advanced
age. The iiotniets are of an old fash
ioned shape, with large scooped fronts,
the brlnis hi many eases being" com
posed entirely of moussbline de sole
nhd law. wllh a tiny frill In front.
The dainty cbnpeau pictured Is of
white chip. The ribbon about the
crown Is a, plaited affair carried cut
In cream and green shadlngsT Tho
feathers are creamy while, toning luto
n light tosedit:
There are any quantities of charm
lug materials for thin summer gown.
Including dimities- In dainty "little"
stripes and lliTral designs. Tiny pin
dots nre unolTier popular fancy.
A delightful gobelin blue linen flock
lias lis full skirt Inset with a four Inch,
baud of IHbh lace. Xn all over design
n this 'same lovely lace makes tho
short, stralu'ht J-icket. bound nnd strap
ped with blue linen. Tho jacket Is
worn with an "exipiNltely fine lingerie
pwatst of tucked handkerchief linen ab
solutely devoid of trimming other than
nliACH A5D WIIITT TTaiS-V Doll-
self adornment. A blouse of this
ciiption shows tha design in the
i Jacket to perfection.
.V number of the simplest and pret
est of the summer gowns aro tucked.
'he skirl, for instance; will have a
eep ruffle 'tucked at tho bottom and
)lued to tlie skirt under three or four
teep tucks. The hello bodice will bo
crtlcnlly tucked and ajso the pitlfed
ibow sleeves. ,
Trimmings this spring nnd summer
vlll be Hut, a particularly effective
undo frock. They may bo becoming. I
iiil nvv iii'i'iiu'013 uiu oi inaui; on u
Iress of this kind, ,
White lace gowns have tlio pattern
)f the flowers on the lace outlined with
colored embroidery silk or narrow rib-
bona In pnlest shades.
Tlie soring trwii lllustuited is of
black and widto cheeked woolen. The
In tluee titled flounces, each
mined with scrolls of black vel
vet. The bolero Jacket? which Is a
smart little wrap with shoulder capes,
Is ornamented with tho velvet scrolls.
Why ii nBT Trotd SIiIimvInc.
It Is snid tlint n dog trots sidewise so ,
that his hind feot will not btrilto his
I fore feet. Tlint seems to ho n rensonn
J)lo explnnntion, for If ho ho Imrnessed I
to n smnll wagon, hetwoeu smuts, so (
that ho cannot turn IiIh body to ono
Minn hlkt fif will often coino Into col-!
fore feet nnd tlio other outside.
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Llttlo Jack by tho seaside stands,
WnlchliiB the setting sun."
He runs to tho heach nt cvcntlJe,
For his day ot piny Is done.
Ills father has Bono to tho China scn!s
Tor n crulso of a year nnd more.
And llttlo Jack U left behind
On tlio fideo of Lone Island Bhore.
ll'Te Utasos hla hand as the sun sinks down
jMJJAml murmurs a mcasaeo low,-
Whin you muni) Ull iutlli;i miiwnuw
Kfust tgll him Jack says 'Hello,' "
3unncr Is rendyl" the black nurse callo.
Jack ojiawora; "I can't come, Dinah.
ho sUn has n, rrvasato to Blvo lo Cud,
il wait till he Rota to ClVna."
iiinrniniM r I'm- iifrei-iinoii Vine tlon-the natural result Is a curve In pump nnd olhw-uees.iry machinery,
i " no rS iTU ".option of the side on which its employed ... num. dr.d e inliio
iiini.iiiiMrinr motion hns been retaided. That is the nnd sunk the sli Ut deeper, nnd now Is
.ii u ns, i qu.iiiLi. niiiiosonhv or a "curxeil ball." I rewarded by a rich yield of zinc ore.
Avo d fussy sleeves In your tailor l'"'"'"0!' "" ' -um.u u.m. j .
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THE PHANTOM PIN.
A Toy Til lit Tf-nrlicK u l.pxxoii
It Is posslblu at times to Bet moro
tlyin, inert?-! amusement out of toys.
'Jhcrivni-e some toys that will Instruct
sis well as amuse, and, while the phan
tom pin may not he In the stiiet seiisc-
of the word n toy, It will aniuso nnd
Instruct ynu at tho same time, for It
will serve" the purpoio of giving you
n little lesson In tho properties of tho
reflection of light. This Is tho way the
phatitolu plirls managed:
Take a cork and cut It Into tho form
of n disk of about the thickness of an
Tin: way to Ainuxm: Tin: vis.
Inch." in Its, center stick tho point of
a pin. This done, take a glass about
three-qunrlcr.s full of water and place
(ho -cork upon the surface of the liquid u
with the pin below.
Now If yon will look atthe cork
from aliovo you will nqtsee the pin,
but If, you will alter your position nnd
diminish Hie. sense or the visual ray by
placing the eye on a pniallcl with the
table on which the glass rests you will
perceive a pin above the Ooife.
A flame In AVliIeli tlio 1 1 1 1 em MiiNt
'I'll 1 11 U ((iileUly.
A delightful homo game for children
13 US 1UIIUWH.
"I see roiuctlilmt In this room that
UCKII1S llll 11. Ml,-, 1U OHO iu u.o
right ot mamma.
Now, this pci'Min may have ring, rug,
or rocker in ids inluil. Immediately
the guessing will begin, Tug, "rose,"
"rocker," and so on. The one guessing
correctly will have ids turn. If he se
lect a (.ompoiuid word, as watch-chain,
he would give the Initial letter of each
word, "1 see, something In this loom'
that begins with w-e."
When tired of tills they can chango
It somewhat by saying:
"Now, let's furnish a house." "I do
nate n carpet." says "It." The one on
his lert instantly takes It up. using Ilio
last letter of carpet as his Initial. "
lie will perhaps nay, "And I will fur
nish a table," while the ne.U will use
the last. '," of table as the beglu-
ulugc letter of his furnlshln
If one cannot think of anything bo
foie "It" counts tenjio must go foot
or pay a forfeit.
When tired of thcjiotiso the window
will furnish entertainment of the same
sort. "I see rain." cries one. "Nest."
says the next. "Thrush," "hill," "lat
tice" and "evergreen" will follow In
This game Is capable ol nn almost
limitless number of variations. "The
children can plant trees or a vegetable
:arden. They can have Ihe maple.
elm, mulberry, yew. They may safely
place In tho ground potatot okra, aloe,
egg plant and tomato, or they may ileal
In llowers in the same manner.
s A Curcil Hull.
Juiu.r boys do not understand why a
ball mny be made to curve in Its flight.
Here is tlie explanation: When a ball
Is thrown it is retarded In its forward
motion by the resistance of tlie nir.
Which exerts a pressure not only on
tho face of the ball, but a loi&tlng
force on its sides by friction, if tho
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ball be simply thrown forwaid the fric- j lag worked liny , ay. for the property
tiou of the ah- will bo equal on each bad been condemned as worthless and
side of it, but If one side be made to was lying fallow, a combination of
move-faster thau the other that is, if dump pile and water, when Mrs. Mor
the ball be made to rotate on Its own gau Saw Its posslhllitios. Wie organ
iinIs so ns to Increase the lateral flic- teed a company, purchased the engine,
Cures Chronic Constipation,
Stimulation Without Irritation.
Otujfo Laxntivo Fruit Sj'rup is a new
Itixutivo syrup combined with the deli
cious iluvor of fruits, mfd is very pleas
ant to take. It. will not gripe or sicken.
It is much more pleasant and effective
than -Pills, Tablets and Saline Waters,
as it does not derange the Stomach, or
irritate the Kidneys, Liver or Bowels.
Oiuno Laxative Fruit Syrup will posi
tively cure chronic constipation as it re
stores tho natural action of tho intestinal
tract. Ordinary cathartics may give tem
porary relief but tho stomach is upset
aiislptho bowels are irritated without any
permanent benefit having been derivod.
WHAT SISTERS 'MAY DO.
wr in wiiicii Tiirr May lie of
iipin to Their iin.iiipr..
A sister can help to euro n brother of
n boy's nntural awkwardness and Willi-)
,,l""K " 'J''K'' llll'I"""l"ll
she can of him in his hearing.
She can do mote for him by encour
agement than by rebuke. Hoys flourish
best In n kindly ntinopliere...
She can take an Interest In his fails
and amusements ami listen ti him I
wheiioverlhe baa nnythli
ng to tell. In
this was slie. becomes Ids most valua
hie couridatit and comrade.
She can make her brother's friends
her friends by bejng ready to entertain
them when they dill. She should not
bo eoiillntinlly llndlng (law's In them or
holding them up lo ridicule.
She can teach them tobo manly by
occasionally claiming ills protection,
and he will be quick to respond lo such
She should say nothing to her broth
er's disparagement before strangers.
Harsh treatment will only result hi
Brothers stand In need of as much '
syinpnthetle affecliou as girls, and Sis-1
ters sliottld see tint they gut It. i
In this way sisters can tench their
lirolhers lnbo as fond of homo as they
are, nnd a fondncs for home will keep '
change. U ""-l-n3C-1
j tiioj- siiiniiii it,- iimi. iTi-tty us AVc-n
rh Sen lernlilf,
When making kitchen aprons be sure
to bring the gathers well round to (bo
luck, so that the back or sides of the
dre.ss will bo protec ed. IIuo the belt
long enough to lie, for If It Is short (!...
necileil pin Is generally mlssipg, nml
,1 Minimi Boon onit' mi 111 nil.- i.iiiiuirv.
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Make aprons long as well as wide, and
the advice io add a rullle to tho lower
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-edge is kooiI. for nj-uille will catch
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most of the dirt and save the dress bo-
It is a good Idea touiuinuicut M)ln
of the work npious a. little, for some
how when one has n slarciied gliighinn
nm-nn -it-Hii n ittin'.roo:iei. vi,,
worked across It she Is twice as care-
ful of It as when an old faded print
apron is worn. So many or the soft,
line wide cottons1 nre now made that
thestock of aprons need neer be low
-W.it.T. Ilw.il, .! Immi, V,.,. II, n 111,,,..
elotli and coarse n.acidl.e stitching of
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to tlie wearer. One cannot wear tho :
handsome white aprons such as cook
ing teachers wear while there nre pots
and kettles to wash, but more of tho
daintiness of the lecture room couUK..
with protlt be nihipted in most kitch
ens. Chicago Inter Ocean.
Truiie juice on dry cereals makes a
nlcu change from cream.
Cold baked potatoes sliced thin, then
put In a link In;: dish wllh salt, pep
per, butter and mil'?, nuke a better
scallop than raw pot.itoos.
Heavy streak1! through a cake will
uniloulfredly appear if the butter and
sugar are not thoroughly beaten or )f(
the nutter lit not propeiiy ruubeii into
Do .not dress silad- with sugar and
vinegar or salt and !ni";.ir. TlTo lat
ter Is nn admirable combination fin
scouring brass, but it Is not good for
one's stomach. I" e a mi vture of osl
and vinegar. Uglify sfuMiued.
Cauliflower sho ill! !.' placed lie-1
down in cold sailed water for ten or
fifteen minutes before cooking to dra v
otlMnseets. In boiling slightly s.illc-1
iVilor. should be used, nRd the bead
should lie nliiced downward in the ket
tle. The Siuilioniiet IIiinn.
Mrs. W. I J, .Morgan of Ml-s.atrf )a
boss of pne nf 'I'" .K-iiest zinc mines lu
"nit" state. To her employees she U
known as the "Sunhonnet Uoss," mut
they nre said to like her and work well
under her dlieetloas. Curbed in rub
ber skirt, coat, hat and boots, she goes
down Into a mine when necessary, and
she Is on the ground to superintend
operations. It is said to be due to her
diskless foresUht that the mine is he-
The condition of tho patient remains un
changed. Tlie Stomach, Liver and Eowels
have not been stimulated and in a few
days a stronger purgative may have to be
taken. This is why Pills and Aperient
Waters never give permanent relief.
Their violont action results in an unnat
ural movement of t ho bowels and it is nec
essary -to keep taking thenuindetinitoly.
Why ORINO is different.
Oiuxo Laxative Fruit syrup is the only
preparation that really acts upon all
or tho digestivo organs. Utlior prepar
ations act upon tho lower bowel only and
do not touch tho Liver. It can very read,
ily bo seen that a preparation hut does
not act upon all of the digestivo organs
Prepared only by FOLEY &. CO., Chicago, III.
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
Ho Is Noted Chicly Ror Hia Sluge'ah
noss nnd Stupidity.
Tlio porcupine mil Imrtlly be said
(0 mvc li0I1iC, but lie IWt'n. hollow
tree ns u tenement, or ew:i si hole
nmori tl10 r0pk. As warm wwll,or
,. , ,n C.mnln i.rn.l.mn. lu-rt
1H'IVIA I 111 JXflVIBl III Wlllll rf 1,11 J
or three young, which nre of nninz
iii size nl birth, nctuallv laier tlinn
the newborn eulw oT a bear.
Their llesh is eaten bv (he Jn-
(linn, but litis never been liked bv
white men. Tho lire of tho c
in omnuieiilntion by otir Induing in
well known, robes, gnriucnl, moc
casins, pouches, weapon cnse-, bas
kets nnil everything el-e being orna
mented with (hem by tho so.unv
with great skill and often with triM
artistic cITect; but, as usual, the
earliest niothods-and patients, when
(ho Indians u.ed llteir own delicate
lyes and .sinew threads, were much
belter than nre reen in thee days of
aniline colors and erudc imitation-
of tho while maius arl. The longer
I,mis ol lllc J-ropcan porcupine
"ro turned into fancy jienholders,
nnd iil India and Malaya they wcae
little baskets, elc, oitt of them,
which are often as pretlv ns (hey nre
i5i"" ls nnrrow life, the
strongest impreaion.lefl upon one's
mind seems lo be that of the crea-
I lure's sluggihncs5 and stupidity
i 'J'hese nro perhaps ronconiitanls, i
not conseiimjicos, of its slricllv veg-
, .. . 11 uiuit nun -iiu.,1 -ir tvii , i i-i', , if ,nr iiiiiiii
I ctarian lire." in winch its tastes nriTHiiHMifhniii i Nmnbur iiin.. in, iiienro
so simple thai il rarely seems lo
mvo io m.A ,1C m yverlion for
f(Jofl t f ,
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t0, .' " '"f . lrolcCl coii.lilion.
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mill lieilCI! 1111 'l lillir mil slum 1 IV
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iiini;r1 Ir. fli,,,; .!,,. f ,,.:., 1 .
inclined to FlmfgfelinosN ol niiiiil as
well as of boiiv. It is not well for
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an annual lo -be too safe or loo com-1
forlablc, for its mind rov rusty
witiiiiijiie, or, it it ncer had use,
- 11c men, aim i no wnoio crcaluro .
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cxitls on a low plane. I do not
Know an nninini ot tuc American
woods Unit is so Well oil" and SO unin.
lorcMing as the porcupine.- Xew
"5 DROPS" talten Inlcrnillr. l Ids the blood
of lUo poisonous matter and acid., which
are the dliect causes ot tueso d senses.
Applied externally It affon!? ...'jiost li,
suintrc.'.Vi from iia.'u. millea permanent
cure Is belnc effected by purlfylnc the
oioou, Qissoivini: tne poisouous rud
stance and removing it from the system.
DR. S. D. BLAND
Of llreiTlon, On., Trrlteg;
e had been n Btitrerer for a number of ve&rl
irlth LumbAKo and Idi, mnatlKm In ray arms
and leRi, and tried all tlio remedies ttiat I could
(rattier rrom tneaicai works, ami aiso consulted
wllh a numtier or tho best fw-sicians, but round
nothlnir that (rave the relief obtained from
"3 Dimes." i sball prescribe It in my practice
lor rueuinatifliu ana itiiiureauiiiaseg."
If von are suffering with Rheumatism.
Neuralcla, Kidney Trouble or any kin
dred disease, wrlto to us for a trial bottle
of 5-DllOi'S,- una test it yourseu.
"S-DROPS" can be used any lencth of
tlmo without acauirinz a "drug habit."
as It Is entirely free ot opium, cocaine,
alcohol, laudanum, anootuer similar
1.00. For Sale by l)rul.t.
SWAHSOH RHEUMATIC CURE COMPAUY,
Vtvi, bv iuu ijttko oireeii jau.mgo
to take and does not
Stomach and Liver Trouble
sicken. JrVetuse substitutes-
ORINO Laxative Fruit
satisfied your money
FOU SALK-.1 will sell, on ensy
pay men I s, my. handsome country
home on the road lending to Knl h
mill," nnd ojie milo from tho Court
House, The place consists of I
nnd one half ncreV with a seven
room house, nnd stable nnd wash
house, it l'JO barrel cistern; also n
largo well. Inquire of .loo Hrook
er, .Bishop Iilnck, Main Streef,
" Legal Notice.
Mlclmcl Hlinniion uhoip rc'liliMirp Ii lit)
Icnown ulll tnle notlcn Unit D.W. Hiiinivr,
Atltiiliilstiiilnr nfllio i'lnli' or HnrNsn A.
Hliunii-iM, ili'i'cnsf (I. on I lie an, ilnv of I'di
riniry inn. illod hUiiellllii i In ilio l'rotinlo
Omirt ultnln mill for ilui county or Hock
lue, iiml Slnt i f Olilo. Mill'!1" R lli.il Ilio
nnrsiiiuil uIHIu of nll ili'cuilent is Inmilll-
cli'iil to pay lierilHlitsnml tlio cluirges of ml-
initiiiltTiiit! iht c-iiiic: iiiiiiine tutu suieii
In fe"sliiiileor lliu rolloulne (tpcrlieil roiil
estntn ultuiilii In wilil minly, tn-vH: lln
lilniilni: in tlH-N'nrlli Kniteornvror Lot No.
Ilirru ' ,1 nf tlio sabdlvlitloti nf Sci'lloii
tvM-lil-eii!lit Ii', SUrpTiinlil), In which
point n siiisnfiiis six (0 Inches I n (lliiiiiuler.
lii'nrs norlli ek'Nun nail imu-liair (II1 j) ilu
Krrcsiii't nliipiine-liiilf 0 '?i feot illsliinco a
wlillaiink twclvo (In lnvlus In dlnini'tci I
lipiirx norlli socnt -much mid oiiL'-lmtf
(77;,) tott"'i" wei-t nine Hi) fi'ct iiIih- iH (
Inciiei tin ncooutii nn Hietlnti line elplil
liundio 1 nnd trtPiitv.cMMi s.;i f.et In tli"
south east cot nor nf Lot Nniiili- r three. (:!i,
towlittliii led oak twelve (Ii Indies In
d limner, lieniK south tennty (7H) dour es
pint eon (Ti feet two ,2 Ineliesj lliencu
et eleven liundreil nntl sixty dliiO, feot to
tlieenst llnenr tliof II T. Ily ilKliti.r
ny line lielnutlilrt UWi feel east or t Ins
ee tcr ef sulci rlulit of wnv mill li sixteen
unit one-lni f (ID'3 d'Krees west tltr linn'
drcd nml twi'iit-onii 'Jl.'li feel; I hence
north PlKlit mid iiiie-li'ilf S'2' dugieis west
two hundred mid llililv nine l-'i) feet
llmneeno tli four It denrees west ni Tmn-
died and iIiii-m'i'ii ilm, i leet to tlie nnrtli
east wltli siild north lino ofunld I.cil .Mini
her three ( li 1)110 tlmns'-nd tlireu hundreit
unit twentj-fonr ilSil) reel to tho place nf
hoillnn'.hit eonliiliiliii; tw.nt-fiur and
three-huiidredths CJI S-hHii acres. 'Hint
Ml'-hael Shniin n 113 wMii.mt of said dece
dent. Is entitle I to dem'er In said piemlset.
ment of dower to said Michael .shannon,
rue prnjer oisai 1 pom 1111 is tor 1 no nssinn-
-. - -. . J--,- - . ..'... . ..
d .wererflte, for the payment of tlio dehls
,'i'.,,,u i'';"'" arst ahovo inentioned win
I fnriher lake notlee thai l.o lias l,.en inadeii
imrtyderoiidiiiit 10 sain otttinn and that he
forn salnor sn il nrein iix. 911 1 eel In .ni'h
theday ofAn a.'i'muT" "" '" ,K"oro
,.V1) -22 ,,, n.w
i: v. sANxmt.
Notice of Appointment.
l'stnto of I I. Spahr, deceased. Tlioun
derslKiied has heeu app luted and onalllled
nsmlmliilMirator of the oitnio of .1 P. Spahr
Into of llovklnir County, deceased. Dated
Ihlsisih dny of Kehriinry A. 1) mi.
March ,"' Admlnl-tiator.
Notice of Appointment.
I'stnto of Henry Mjers deceased. The
nnderslmied has liron appolme I mid nuiill
lleil ns I'm color ol thewlll nnd oftiiees
tale of II"ii',v MeTTlatei f Ilm-Ulni' t'onn
ty, doiea-ed. D.iled this sthdav or Miiu-li
A. I). I'Oi.
JIareh s,::-w. i:-teciitor.
Notice Is herehv glei) tint the following
Acconntsai d Voiii heis hr.e heen II led In
Ihe Prntmtp I'om t nf lloi-klngl'onnU.OIilo
Tor Ilr-I and Haul s,itpmiuT J. It. West,
Adinlnl-tiator ol Ihe eslat" of ICpln.lIni
Harden deceased, nnd the mine will come
on for hearing on tho s.l, 'liiyof Mnieli A. I),
l'Mint liio'c upk a in., or us soon Iherenftcr.
as may bci-onxcnlciit.
1". r MAltTIN,
Mnrrh I,:!-w I'rolinlo.Indgo
Ioilln Ii. lth-Iiults
Ilelon I,. I'lojd, ot nl.
In tlieCnuit ofCommiiii lions of Uorklng
Notltols IipipIiv glvnn, thiit Iho uniler
slancd. MioillTnf Iliu-hliij; Coiinty. Ohio, h
villus of mi orilor .ssiKilont of snlil Com I In
Dip iihoccnttilt(l en 1st, nnd to hi in lii,-ci-
id a- HheritTof tncl County, will, at thc-ilonr
oi nn. .-oari 1 1 oust' in l.oiiii, tin
Saturday, March J7, .i.D., 1906
nt onti o'eloi-U p. m., of Mihl ilnv, olTcr for
bnli nt piilille miL-tioii, the rollout'),: la nils
anil tciiuii'imls, situnle In Ilucktni; County
Tin-sunt h-casi qunrlprnf Section twenty
six i an, Timnslilii thliiuPii (I il, limine sl
teuu hi", coiiliilnliiironc hunilntl nml sllj
lim u -n's nun ii or less.
Apprnlsi'd in $!IHI
'lei msof -iilu One thliil (' ,i ensh. One
thlul i' ) In ono enr. Onu llilnl ,) In Ho
.veins HelToifil pa ini'iils to I u -ul-uii'iI Iij
UKityiiK o . th proiiotty. Notes to liciu
Intert'si at -l op percent. '
(IImmi unrler toy limit) at I.onhn, Ohio, tl I
"rl ,ilii of.Iui iiiirv A. I)., IKXI.
iK". It WIMiLVMhOV -s eillT.
1'ilwlil I) ItleltetU, tly. Tor 11 IT.
S'cl) 15. ft-.
Cures Colds: Prevents Pneumonia
for children! safe, turo No opiate
gripe or nauseate
can not cure (Jhroniu Constipation, Torpid
Liver, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, etc
For Biliousness and Sick
Take Orixo Laxative Fruit Syrup, It
sveoton ihe stomach, aids digestion and
acts as a gentle stimulant on the liver and
bowels without irritating these organs.
Clears the Complexion.
Oiuxo Laxative Fruit Syrup stimulates
tho liver and thoroughly demises tho
system and clears tho complexion of
pimples 'i"d blotches. It is tho best lax
ative for. women and children as it is
mild and pleasant, and does not gripe or
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THE NATIONAL- BANK OF
omen norits 0 to 3
I'niil hi Cii.-h CiiiiiliU' $,0.000
C. K. HOW EN, 1'iesitlent,
II. U. IIARIJINGTON, Vice l'rcs.
F. MKADK 1JOWKN, Cnsliier. -
Does a Goiu'inl l.nnking Ihisi
ness, I.eceivep Deposits, Discounts
Paper nnd Buys nnd Sells Kx
chnnge. npr 0-y Hank in James Block.
REMPEL BANKING COMPANY.
Ferdinand F. U-iujh.
1.00 N, IIOCKIM, LtiU.N'IV, OHIO.
Individual LiaWiity mM
Does n General Bunking and Col
Banking Booms P. O. Building
DR. C. F. VPLIN,
Physician and Surgeon,
Has ri'cenilj InUcMi n sjihcIiiI -i man
Ol lllstllR'llons in disi imos 01 v 111011
Oriici: Opnobite Opera House.
I.i:siir.xci: Mulberry street, ono
Iuilf liloek north of Boeliester
Ornei: Horns, 8 to 10 n. 111. and
2 to -1, 0 to 8 p. 111.
Win. F. Eisclc
Granite and Marble Moniiiiienls.
Lime, Conient, Boek Blus
ter, I'lnsteriii"; Hair and
Bluster of Paris
itAirt St oppos-lio ltocn rt-1 i.u'h .Sioiik
DH.HI. il. CIIEKIIKGTONx
FlijHielnn & Siirfjeon.
Ol-'I-'ll'I.-On Mnhr htroi-t,, llonlby Ilulld
Inn, 1 mi loOpurii lIoni.
IIjIIi '1'hoi.i's Mo.7s.
Ol'I'lOi: 111 UltK-7 lo 11) 11. in. nml 1 toil
p. 111.1 11I11 10 s p. hi Humlny s to 10
11, in 11 idil ton p. in,
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wnstof Jlnnl'it-urn I'f-lilp co, OttU-ou
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