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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O., JULY 9, 1896.
Lost. From my shop, two roller eipand er, forexpiindii.n- 2 inch boiler flue. Finder please return and receive re ward. Johs Kt'SJS. . 'Wanted To borrow 400 dollars for an Jndefl uite length of time with privilege of paying back the game in monthly payments, Including interest. Wood wcuritv iriven. huouire at mis 01 flee. it Fourth of July Accident. While shooting a toy cannon early on the morning of the 4th, a 7 year old son of Louis Hevelhymer, living north of the Wabash railroad, was seriously injured. The cannon ex ploded, a piece striking the boy m the right leg inflicting a deep cut 4 inches in length. Dr. Harrison was summoned and dressed the wound. For Sale. Seventy-six acres (rood land inHar rlann tnwnshii). about 4 miles from XRiinlnnn. Hood buildings, a fine larire orchard and all kind of small fruit. The property can be had at hw flinirn and on easy terms, in quire at this office. tf lirick for Sule. Plenty of brick for sale at J, H Fiser's yard, at Sliuuk, thousand. at If 5. 00 per tl Building Stone. Those wishing building stone can find them at mv vards. near the va bash depot, where they will be kept in stock after this. Car load lots at $0 per cord, on one week's notice, tf Wm. SAMSK. Letter List. The following letters remain un called for in the Napoleon Postofflce fur the week endimr July 0, 1890: Mrs. Mary Clute, C. Buep, Ada Sin Clair. Silas Evans. Theo. h. Kvans, H. Marl Williams. Sherman Wilis, Frank Roy, Chas. Herman, C. i, Adams. Williams Sawers, H. P. Sales, C. A. Hnsesv. John McCullock. Persons callinir for above letters will please say they were advertised and give date Chas. Evkrs, P. M. For Sale Olieap. Ten cords building stone faced and leadv to put in building. En quire of F. GROENEWOLD, tf Heller Block For Sale. House and lot on Welsted street, for sale cheap if taken soon. 10-tf. John L. Thikskn. Call on Billy Sheffield, Deshler, if you want your horseshoing and work done by a practical worker in iron, tf JUST WHAT YOU WANT ! ..ALL kinds of.. Tinning, Spouting & Roofing Douo In a Workmanlike Manner. Gasoline Stoves Repaired 9-ON SHOUT NOTICE. Ofllco in the old ToHtoiTIee Building. OTTO A. GltOSCHNEIt. NAPOLEON SUMER SflOOL TEItM OF 1800, Begins June29th and continues six weeks. Review of enm- mon and Jilfiher bruiuflms. CorresiHiiideiieo uesireu wun mono preparing to teucli. Tuition lor Term, $6.00 in Advance, Address, W. P.DUFFY, Napoleon, Ohio. MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and 6 per cent. Interest with privilege of partial payments and interoHt stopped on ainouiitH paid. No Llfo Insurance lioiiuired. F. D. ntlNTIS, Napoleon, Ohio. Money to Loan ! On farms only in sums of J,vo and up on long time with privilege of paying all or part uu amp iiicureMc at any rune. Hem teuHoimblo Interest ; no commission Address, R. H. PATTON, W hltehouse, Ohio. nich 26-0m SIX PIt CENT. LOANS. We are nrenarerl to mn.kA nnon Any flrst-classloan tendered on Henry ' -county reai estate at u per cent. In terest, time and payments to suit borrower, in sums of (500 and up wards. Application to be made It hrough D. Meekison, of Napoleon, Ohio, our authorized agent. Thk Mutdal Lifk Association. MONEY TO LOAN At 6 and 7 Per oent T. A. CONWAY, Napoleon, Ohio. HONEY TO LOAN At 0 and 7 percent. M. KNUPP, Napoleon, Ohio. MONEY TO LOAN, at 6 and 7 per cent. , with the privilege of paying back any amount at any time. of. J. R.LINTHICUM, Napoleon, O. CHARLES SHCMAKEll, Fashionable hairdressing and neat shaves. Perry st. opposite Ct. house WM.T.BINZLEY , Dentin Roams over Geo. Halm's clothing store, tl iHitmti . A big Saving Sale for our Customers prices Cut Right and Left, utterly regardless of cost to U3. It is our determination to clear Stocks at any price. A never before equaled chance for the buyers' , unmatchable are the inducements. All wide-a wake women who wait for the Geo. H, Rohrs & Bro. Annual July Clearance Sale should be on hand. It is the most prodigious downright slaughter of good ! goods ever known in the dry goods history. All our goods are bought for Spot Cash with our own money. We pay no interest, consequently our goods cost us less than some of our competitors, therefore we are glad and willing to give every Man, Woman and Child a golden opportunity to buy goods at prices that we think will never come again. , This is a Cash Sale. No goods will be charged during this sale. . KABSEBOOM. DeLind & Karsebsom, f3 CO pa E -a: C3 ca r;iT', Mi ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEH FREE. OfTlee nt The Backet. Offleellours: 7top. m. NArOLEON. O. Judge Sheets held court here yes terday. Our thanks are due Hon. W. J. Connolly for favors. Henry F. Meyerholtz started up his brick yard Monday. For sale, a reliably gentle Enquire at the Pork House. horse. 2t The 4th is over, now begin to pre pare an exhibit for the big Napoleon Fair. The Deshler postofflce has been changed from a fourth to a third class office. Six car loads of the Lima orth ern railroad river bridge are on the Napoleon side track. Lost, a pocketbook, containing a small amount of money. The finder will leave the same at this office. Our old soldier friend, Joseph Rog- ers, was compeueu io rave un " family horse killed last week, on ac count of old age. New wheat commenced coming into market on Tuesday. The quali ty is .below the average, and the price ruled about 48c. There wllfbe preaching services at the Ey,angeliwvT church next Sunday evening, at ,,7;$', July 12th. All are cordially invited to attend. The free silver Republicans of Min nesota have bolted and have declared their indenendence. They will work and vote for the white metal. Sheriff Pender conveved Mrs. Ruth Hudson of Richfield township, who was adjudged insane by Judge Cuff last week, to the insane asylum at Toledo Monday. Farmers are now coming out and declaring that they will vote for a silver candidate for President. They are f urninst the g. o. p. with their Wall Street gold platform. Gold and silver is the money of the constitution of the United atntes. The Democratic party will stand by the constitution. The constitution is the bulwark of the people. Money to loan in any sum at 5 and 6 per cent, with privelge of partail payments and stop interest on amounts paid. Office over Grathman s grocery. tr Ji. L. (josukuvk. An ordinace Bhould be passed by our cltv daUB iormdding tne nnng of rockets within the corporate limits. The amusement is most dangerous to life, even if it comes but once a year. The factory of Heller, Aller & Co. has been neatly lettered, the entire building being covered with appro Driate sicrns. It looks well and is but another instance of the enterprise of this firm. We are all livinsr perhaps in a few years, in the changes of life, the chil dren of rich parents may be poor, nd the children of now poor parents, ch. He kind to everybody, trod is over all. lust leave the gold standard alone; leave matters as they are, our money all right, say the republicans, tsui our farmers and laboring men think ifferentlw, and .they intend to tninK and aoMoifitfjiNselves. Preliminary' steps are being taken bv a representative of the publish- ng house of J. H. Beers & Co., look ing to the preparation of a work on family history and geneology of Northwestern Ohio, to include Henry county. Last Sundry morning Marshal Burns landed Osinger Wells in the "cooler" for being drunk and trying to run "Goosetown." He had hiB hearing Monday, and the Mayor gave him 80 days in the work house and costs. Marshal Burns took hiiu to Toledo Monday afternoon, It is now proposed to authorize postmasters and: their deputies to open letters, on which no postage stamps have been placed, to learn the name of the writer and avoid sending it to the dead letter office. If all who write would have their names and address printed on the envelopes they use, as the postoffloe depart ment requests no such trouble would arise. The Democrats of the Fifth Con gressional district have nominated Judge David Meekison as their can didate for Congress. We are not crying to have a Democrat eleoted in that district, but if one is to be, we know of no one whom we would sooner see succeed than Mr. Meeki son. We have been personally ac quainted with him for thirty years, and we don't believe there is a more honorable or upright gentleman in the district, and he is a man of much ability, too. Elmore Independent. . V.DiLIXD. DRY GOOD ismmmmmmmmmmmiz g GEO. F. CUBDES, f CITY :-: BAKERY liiCOST RECQBO FOB 12 YEARS 5 Z --THY HIS-- rj MALT BREAD 3 g A New Specialty which meets 3 g- with great favor. It has a zS C delicious sweet and nutty flavor. Prepared at all times 3 g- to furnish Fine Cakes, Ice Cream. 3 Rolls, Bread, Etc., Etc., 3 For Weddings and Parties. 3j gz 5TA trial order is solicited, jj Whitehouse hail a (12.000 fire Sun day morning, Spensfler Bros. & Co. are putting uioter fans in their business room. Eleven coaches full of excurionists passed east on the Wabash on Sun day. Isn't it about time to harvest the crop of weeds on some of the streets of Napoleon? Work will be commenced on the iron bridge over the Maumee for the Lima Northern this week. August Hirseland got the gold watcli, J. V. Cuff got the $0 00 shoes and Fred. Panning got fo.00 in goid that Harms & Uohrs gave away July 4th. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures colds, croup and whooping cough. It is pleasat, safe and rell able. For sale by B. J. Humphrey, Nupoleon, O. H" Lost, a brown gingham sunbonnet, between the homes of Mrs. Weo. Lowery arid Mrs. David Halter. The tinder will please leave the same at the home of Mrs. Lowery. Don't for one moment think that the Democratic party is in favor of silver to the exclusion of gold, but thev do insist that silver shall be coined free the same as gold. The ladies of the Presbyterian church will hold a lawn fete on the parsonage lawn Friday evening next. Coffee, sandwiches ice cream and cake will be served from 5:30 nntil as late as desired. A cordial invitation is extended to everybody. ALL TAPJ SHOES ....AND... OXFORDS At Oost! WE CO AS WE ADVERTISE Our Customers Shoes SIii?tcd Free. POLKER & WESTIIOVEN The Bowers family held a reunion at the home of Geo. Bowers in Lib erty township on the 18th of June. Some 50 persons was present to en joy the occasion, and a happy time was had all around. No people suffer so much from physical disabilities as those whose business requires little or no mus cular exertion. The lack of exercise causes the liver to become sluggish and the result is constant Constipa tion, Indigestion, Biliousness and Sick Headache. To prevent this take Simmons Liver Regulator; it keeps the liver active and makes one's con dition as comfortable as those -who have much exercise. The officials of the Lima Northern Railway contemplate buying land along the banks of the Maumee be low Napoleon and laying it out for a summer resort, running excursion boats and having other attractions for the benefit of excursionists over their road. It is not likely that the re sort will be opened this season butthe grounds will be purchased and beau tified as soon as possible and in time for the opening of the season next year. Wauseon Expositor. A young man called at onr office and showed us a work which is be insr introduced in this county, with a request that we examine it. We are in a position every day to judge of books and reading matter, but we consider "King's Handbook of the United States" one of the nnest dooks of its kind ever issued from the press. It fa- a description of the United States as it is to-day after four centuries of development. Af ter giving a brief historical summary this book treats of the country as it is at present, giving a oomplete sta tistical ana descriptive treatment 01 each state respectively, including the political, industrial, financial and social development, printed on the best calendered paper and revis ed by the most prominent educators ana statesmen m America, suou as Senator John Sherman and others of like prominenee. Every thoughtful man and woman ought to possess a copy. We have ordered one of these books ourselves, and would be glad to know that every person who is trying to improve himself or the minds of his family liad done the same. ; Married. J Ayr a Spenglkb. Thursday, June 25th, in Dettanoe at the resi dence of Rev. B. W. Slagle, Mr. Ran dolph Jaqua and Miss Mary Spengler. JitolXlXTJjSJX- TTJXJ1T CLEABANCES S-A-IIEi S, CAPES, . a rremment and a taife. Assessment Company's Average Cost per Member .. (19.71 ... 21.18 ... 22.83 ... 23.71 ... 26.02 ... 26.03 ... 24.00 ... 27.45 ... 27.90 ... 26 60 ... 26.43 ... 27.05 Eeliable. TEAR 18S3 1884 1885 1S8 1887 1888 1889 18IM) 1891 1892 1893 1894 ZSTThe Above is E. R. CDWDRICK. P22USOXAL AND NOTES. SOCIETY Miss Corinne Orwig Toledo. is visiting in Attorney Sbonk the 4th here. of Toledo spent H. L. Brown of Toledo spent the 4th in the city. John Sherman, of Holgate, was in the city Monday. F. F. Shoner and family drove to Archbold Sunday. J. H. Bonner, of Richfield, was in the city on Friday. Ed. Weinland of McComb spent the 4th in this city. Robt. Dittenhaver of Toledo spent his 4th in Napoleon. Chas. Rexroth of Montpelier was in this city last Sunday. Jerome Socil of Archbold visited friends in the city Sunday. Miss Mary Sigg of Toledo is spend ing her summer vacation here. Mr. Fred. Dolan of Toledo, spent the 4th with Miss Nora Beckman. Miss OUie Ulrich of St. Louis is a guest at the home of A. J. Ulrich.- Mrs. Schroeder, of Holgate, is a guest at the home of Wm. Thrapp. Miss Carrie Ferguson, of Ft. Wayne, is a guest at the home of Rev. Dona hey. Hellev Brown of Hainler spent the 4th with his father and sisters in the city. Miss Olive Bales, of Jewel, spent the past week with friends in this city. Will N. Zierolf of Hamler visited friends in the city Saturdav and Sun day. Charley Zahrend of Wvandotte. Mich., spent the 4th with Napoleon friends. Mrs. Ola Mcintosh entertained a company of lady friends Tuesday evening. Arthur Harrison has returned from his medical studies at Phila- delphia. Mrs. D W. Shoemaker will leave on a visit to friends in Findlay on Saturday. Mr. and irs. Gary Powell and lit tle son. of Chicago, were in the city last Friday. Mrs. Draper Smith and son Ar thur of Omaha are guests of friends in the city. Mrs. Wuii.. Thrapp will visit her daughter in Deshler the latter part of this week. Miss Fanny Knnpp is visiting friends in Ottawa, Columbus Grove and Greenville. Mrs. C. C. O'Connor and son Mau rice of Delphi, Ind., are visiting rela tives in the city. Capt. Mulnix and family of Toledo pent the 4th at the home Thomas Reiger in this city. J. S. Haller and wife of Defiarjee spent Monday of last week with the famwv of J, t. Shoner. Jv O. Siford, art adster for'R J. Gunning Sign Co. of Chicago, was in the city spending his 4th. Steve Cuff of Fulton county has been a guest of his brother, Judge J. V. Cuff, during the past week. Miss Lula Teetsorth left last week to spend the summer months with her parents at Jerry City. Mrs. Harry Lathen of Hammonds burg, Ohio, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Reiger last Saturday. Chas. Shoemaker and family of Defiance have been guests of Napo leon, friends during the past week. D. P. Leist and wife of Liberty township spent the 4th in Napoleon and were guests of Joseph Seherer an! wife. Mrs. M. Knupp and daughter Georgie will' spend a few days this week visiting friends in Ottawa and Columbus Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Heitshue. who had been guests at the home of A. E. Attgenstein, returned to their home in Clyde on Friday. Mrs. .1. W. Lee of Norwalk, Ohio, visitet her mother, Mrs. Mary A. Putt of this city the latter part of last week, returning home Sunday afternoon. D. Meekison, J. H. Resh, Fred. Roessing, S. M. Heller and Chas. Evers, T. A. Conway and Gale Or wig are in Chicago, watching the big democratic national convention. Mr. John Teel and daughter Min nie, dunsrhter-in-law Mrs. Teel, and Mrs. Graving of Chicago, were guests at the home ol if rea nan or tins cit eJlmle! bb wiwinla mMm&iBaB$ SHOES f "t ' 'iZ 6 A Large Stock of -.Fireworks.-! Just Eeceived at BRADLEY'S.! and Fred Bush of Monroe township during the past week. Mally Siford is visiting in Detroit. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aug enstin July 3rd, a girl. Father John Brennan of Youngs- town is visiting his mother in this city. Geo. H. Tyler leaves to-day for Boston. He will be gone several weeks. Miss Edith Warner of Liberty township is a guest at the home of Dr. Barnhill. Clarence Conkhn of Ft. Wavne was in the city several days durinir tne past weeK. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Beard left last week for Chicago. They will be gone seve'al months. Misses Blanch Yeager and Lottie Heupel, of Archbold, are guests at the hom9 of Jas. Donovan. Miss :Emma and Joe Laubenthal of the South Ridge, spent the 4th at the home of Jacob Westerman. Miss Flo Spengler of Defiance and J iss Gertie Elder of Danville, III., are visiting friendsin Napoleon. Mrs. Dora Taylor and Mary Red- dersen, or Hutchinson, iva , are at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reddersen. Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft and little daughters Florence and Cory, of Strvker, spent the 4th with their cousin, Mrs. Harmon of the South Side. Tans, Tans, Tans. Ladies, Misses and Childrens' Tan Slioes and Slippers at eost. When I say COST 1 mean just what is said, see for yourselves; they must be sold for CASH, as money is what I want and must have. Respectfully, 6PI. REISER, Jr. ACCIDENTLY SHOT HIS BKOTHEK. Careless Handling of a Revolver may Kesult iu Death. Late Tuesday afternoon two young sons of Wm. Rowan, Frank and Port. aged respectively 15 and 13, were fooling with an old 33 caliber revol ver, in tne alley back ol the residence of Joseph Schaff, when it was dis charged, the ball passing through the neck of the oldest brother, Frank. At the time of the accident the younger brother says he had the re volver and that while raising tne hammer it slipped and the weapon was discharged. JJr. rauK Harri son was summoned, aud upon ex amination found that the ball had entered the neck in front and lodged just under the skin near the shoulder. The ball was cut out and proper relief given the wounded boy. It is miraculous that he was not instantly killed, for if the ball had swerved from its course in the least death would have resulted. As it is, the wound is serious and the lad may and may not recover. SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. Via the Baltimore & Ohio. R. R. On Sunday of each week the Balti more & Ohio R. R. will sell excursion tickets to local stations at rate of one fare for the round trip, good going and returning on date of sale only. t ot further information call on or address nearest B. &0. Ticket Agent, or L. 8. Allen, Ass t Gen 1 fass'r Agent, Chicago, 111. 3t Broken Leg. Last Thursday evening Eddie Rei mund of Monroe township broke his right leg between the knee and ankle. The lad is going on his 7th year and is a son of Geo. Reimund. He and his sister Kate had gone to the pasture to drive the cows home and returning the boy ran with a good deal of force against a stump with the above result. His sister carried him to the house, a distance of 50 rods, and Dr. Chas. Harrison was summaned, who reduced the fracture. AND GEORGE H. ROHRS Ac BROTHER. S LEONHART BROTHERS, liimhpr.hlhanflShinirlp . AadVuntmcturcraor gj B Doors, Sasb, Holdings, Window 0 and Door Frames. 0 Custom Sawing Done on 0 Short Motice and at (8 ( Low Prices. $ Get our Prices before Buy-1 0 ins Elsewhere. X MILLS ON SOUTH SIDK,-a S NAPOLEON. OHIO- g& mm Now Is the Time to Make Money. If you want to buy anything in the line of Buggies, Surries or Road Wagons, come and see where you can buy the cheapest. John Miller will sell you work that he warrants to you, as he makes the work in his shop. It is not factory work, as von cannot get factory worK warranted. He will sell you good home-made work at iactocy prices. Try him. apl30-3m. . Last summer one of our grand child ren was sick with a severe bowel trouble. Ourdoctor's remedies had fail ed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very speedy relief. We regard it as the best medicine ever put on the market for bowel com plaints. Mrs. E. G. Gregory, Freder ickstown. Mo. This certainly is the best medicine ever put on the market for dvsenterv. summer cmnnlaint colic and eolera infantum in children. It never fails to give prompt relief when used in reasonable time n.n.1 the plain printed directions are fol lowed. Many mothers have exnress. ed their sincere gratitude for the cures it has effected. For saleby D. J. Humphrey. lm Well Applicd-rA Fable With A , floral. The shenp and the wolves once held a cuuvfim.imi.ir. uiscuss and asrree upon thef RliijeWon of the double standard i oil food. The wolves, as they always do, claimed to possess the most of the wisdom of the animal kingdom, and that they were the on ly friends of the sheep in existence. and many of the sheep believad them. inesnrewdest wolf of the Dack of fered the following renolution: 'Resolved, That we favor both meat and grass as articles of food. whenever there is an international agreement between the! wolves. jackal and hyenas to use grass as a diet: but until such an agreement to maintain the parity of meat and errass is entered into, nothing but meat shall be used as food." All the wolves snoke in behalf of the resolution, and pointed out that the use of both meat and Brass would drive all the meat out of the country. A majority of the sheep, rather than destroy the harmony of the occasion, voted for the sesolu tion. Thereafter the wolves lived on mutton, and the sheep elked out a mierable existence on thistles. Moral The wolves have since been in favor of the single standard. Columbus Call. State of Ohio, Cut op Toledo, ( Lucas Ooutt, ) Frank J. Cheket. makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, Coun ty and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the snm of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS for each and ev ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this bth day or .De cember, A. D. 1886. , A. W. GLEASO.N, seai- Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. HENBK & CO., Toledo, O. C3"Sold-byi'Iiruggist, 75c. lm 5 1252 Nice, Nobby, MME .TO.. ORDER! CALL AND EX AMINE GOODS -AT- BBO'S OF SLIPPERS THE SEASON for riding and driving u here. Horn go td Soonrr'i where you will find tbe noet aaaortmeot ol harneM and equipment in the oonuty. Plush or Fur Robs! When yon call in toaxnmine our Kobe don't fail to m oor own maka of Harness, all made from tba beat of material Blankets and Rotes ' In endl-M variety and at all pricea. Don't let yoor hnr.u 1. i i . ... Hu uouiauaeum. we aUoxeepalargeaseortmentcf V Whips, Combs, Brushes andeverythintr nanslly f onod io a finit-olasa HarneaaShop. Come in and see me. F. P. SHONER. t You are not as handsome a man as you was when you courted your wife not so well dressed. She probably loves you better to-day than she did then, in spite of your shabby ap pearance, but what a nice compli ment it would be to her if you bought a new suit of "old reliable clothes" of Henry Meyer and tried to "spruce up'-' a bit. "Women don't say much about these things but they think of them just the same. tf TOLEDO, O. W A. F. KALKHOFF. M. D. Phyiieian and Surgeon in Charge. targiut Praotiee and Most Complete Institute lbs U. 8. He Record ef Wonderful Curei te bo :nl ie None in the World. Conducted by expert phvsicians of 25 yean private and hospital exper. tor.ct in Europe and America. Special departmeau Tor special diseases. Lara;e airy Sleeping Aparv aunts. Original methods for home treatment, worid ,-ennwned. Each case is treated on its own merit. Extensive laboratories, Vegetable Remedies. We treat with wonderful success all Chronie ind Desperate Lung, Throat, Ear, Nose, Stomach. Bowels, Liver. Heart, Kidney, Bladder, Female. Brain, Nervous, Spinal, Skin, Blood, Rectal. PiV vate and Sexual Disease. Deformities and Surgi. :nl Diseases. Special Treatment for Consumption, Oit.irrh, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Cancer, Tape Worm and Epileptic Fits, Varicocele and Hydro. rcl-. Constitutional Blood Poison and all Skin diseases, Pain in the Bones. Ulcers, Skin Erup tion i. Sure Throat, Hair Falling Out, Pimples, iinelache, Etc. Nervous Debility, Exhausted Vi. UHty, Lots of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Aver a:o.i to Society, Threatened insanity, Pimples on til fir '-, Lost Viffor, lmpotency,the result ot early ;:2lV.I h.-.bits and later excesses we cue under i'Li.u'ilirva by our original, never failing method. 'JurAi; guaranteed when others have failed. Low ti'.'i'i'i-n, ami consultation free; correspondence "-riliy confidential. Hoursoa.m. to8p.m.;Sun i v.ail Holidays. 9 to la m. Out of Town Patients :Vii with unfailing success through correspon : . I'amination clank and "The Siti'e Guards ir ?. paRe bock) sent free. Address, m 'XBaiJi HBALTtt IKS'I'ITU'lf 1 .)..:.on unj titu TOtSBOi OM'?t Plans for Your House ! Should be made and carefully studied several weeks before the .work of building or re modelling it is begun. I WANT TO DO YOUR DESIGNING, DRAWING And necessary writing, such as Bills, Materials, Specifications, Etc., Etc. PLEASE COME AND SEE ME At my office in the Hahn build ing, Napoleon, Ohio. Office hours 6 to 9 p. m. L. H. McCdMB, Architect. LEARN PRICES. aud t e HHIIMI f , iir K1T.M1 1 in i mmmmmmamimLmA Suit