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DfCMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O., NOVEMBER 5, 1896.
INSURANCE I Life, Fire and Accident. BSTOnly standard Companies. MONEY. MONEY. To loan on any plan nnil In any sura. Real uue Imuk'ii ana nom. K. L. COS OKO VK, ti. Office over Coover's Hnrdwnre. Evangolical Church Services. flunclny School : m ITem-liIng l"'m " Preaching T: p. m Prayer moeting every Tlmrn'my evening. J .1 Hrnviunr I'ant.ir. D. P. ncDSOK, Sup't Sunday eliool.-n;tfi-tf, Have you been coou hunting t Mat Morey came home from Ango la to vote Tuesday. The latest style lu jackets you find at orden 45 Hriins. u Pont ions & Reiser have oom nienoed work on the west Washing ton street sewer. An honest, man is the noblest work of (iod, and an honest dollar the noblest work of man. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scherer were puests of friends and relatives in Wauseon last bumlay. Grace Rexroth lias returned to her home ill Napoleon after spending a week pleasantly, visiting friends in Defiance. Doliuuce A'ctv. - Call and see our fine new French enamel embossed cabinets, the finest thing out, if2.no for 13. tf Garunkr's, Napoleon, O, They pay that when General Coxey asReu a little uoy, me oiner uuy, 10 recite the shortest commandment, the little boy replied, "Keep oft the grass." Thus does the juvenile mind distort the momentous events of his tory. The Bryan rally at MnClure Satur day evening was probably the larg est and most enthusiastic lueetin g ever held in Henry county outside of the county seat. Over 1000 people participated In the event and all seemed licensed to yell for Bryan. "l" A prominent physician claims that .'tiere will be no diphtheria, scarlet lever or worms for children if they eat plentifully of onions every day, especially when there Is scarcity of fresh fruit. He buys onions for his young folks and they are served in every imaginable form. The Van Wert Jiullctin says that in the vicinity of Delphos many per sons engaged this fall iu husking corn have suffered with very sore hands, and in many cases the trouble takes the form of a catarrh and is verv painful. The unusual number of tiie onses has brought about an In vestigation to ascertain the cause. Some ascribe it to the presence of a poisonous powder on the corn. The great scenic production, Lin coln J. Carter's "Fast Mail" Com pany, which appears at the opera house this evening, Nov. Cth, has played all over the United States for the past throe years. It is unneces sary to dwell upon its ineritB suffice to sav that for this season it has new scenery and mechanical effects that surpasses all previous efforts. The present season Mr. Carter has sis companies four in this country and two in England. ; Plenty of Tile at J. H. Fiser's at Sbunk for the next 90 days, for cash, at reduced prices. tf JUST WHAT YOU WANT ! ....ALL KINDS OF Tinning, Spouting & Roofing Done, in a Workmanlike Manner. , Gasoline Stoves Repaired WON SHOUT NOTICE. Office on Porry street near Court House. OTTO A.GROHCHNER. MOSEY TO LOAN at 6 and por cent, Interest with privilege of partial payments and interest stopped on umounts paid. No Life Insurance Required. F. D. PRINTI8. Napoleon, Ohio. Money to Loan ! On farms only in sums of $500 and up on long time with privilege of paying all or part and stop, interest at any time. Reasonable Interest; no oommtsslon. Address. 8. H. PATTON, mch 20-6in Whitehouse, Ohio. SIX PJEll CEJST. loans. We are prepared to make at onoe any first-olassloan tendered on Henry county real estate at 6 per cent, in terest, time and payments to suit borrower, in sums of $500 and up wards. Application to be made through JL. Meekison, or ixapoieon, Ohio, our authorized agent. Thb Mutual Lifk Association. MONEY TO LOAN At 8 and 7 Per oent T. A. CONWAY, Napoleon, Ohio. MOSEY TO LOAN At 6 and 7 percent. , M.KNUPP.Napoleon.Ohlo. IfA 1TT1TT ff1 1 A I IT a A ft .- mm iu LUABot.,withhi privilege of paying back any amount of. J: R. LINTHICUk .Napoleon, O. WM.T.BINZLEY, ; Dentist Booms over Geo. Halm's clothing store, tl Since money never went bo Dress Goods. You will wonder how we can sell Hoods ; so cheap simply because we took ad ' vantage ot the market and own thorn cheap, so we give you the benefit. 10 pieces 8ootch Plaids. Fin dot Fancies and Figured Jacquards, worth an and So cents, our sale (or.-- - 30 pieces All Wool Fancy Suitings, tha : o and 800 kind, out Pilce.- 180 mmmmmmmmmmmmm GEO. F. CU2DES, I CITY :-: BAKERY ! MALT BREAD 3 jj A New Specialty which meets 3 g with great favor. It has a g delicious sweet- and nutty f flavor. Prepared at all times ja to furnish Z$ Fine Cakes, - Ice Cream, jl Rolls, M, Etc., Etc., efc For Weddings and Parties. j g- t&"A trial order is solicited. :jj Husking bees are in order. Hon. Frank Meyers was In the city Saturday. Tailors say that knickerbockers are bound to come. $1.25 for 13 cabinet photos at fiard tier's, Napoleon, (). tf Mhicepie manufacture and Thanks giving will next be in order. Ueo. Sweet of the Paulding Demo crat was in the city Monday. Jacob Klear, Jr., of Pleasant town ship, was in the city Saturday. Dr. H. H. Powell is lying seriously 111 at Jus residence on Clinton street When it comes to dressing a show window Fred. Harms is hard to beat. Prosecutor Ansberry of Defiance was in the city on business Monday. The cheapest and the best line of underwear you will Una at iNoruen Si Jjruns. at Eno Powell was called home from Indiana Monday on account of the serious illness of his father, Dr. II. B. Powell. brick dry house, which will make qime an audition 10 ineir iitciury on the south side. Vlinn. iVUIii'i U unit II iiu vr ijuiivfw county were guests at the home of ins nrouier in mis county, xeo. ivme bolt, last week. A little three-year old son of Joseph Sherer was run over by a carriage one day last week, the boy receiving quite serious bruises. Found, a lady's light colored over coat, trimmed with fur. The owner can have the same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. We are headquarters for sewing machine's Domestic, and other lead ing machines. If you need one call in before you buy, as we can save you money. 2t Norden & Bituss. If Eve hadn't called Adam's atten tion to that apple, we wouldn's be hustling around for fuel just now. Confouud the apples, anyway; they're only lit for cider. Reiser & Flogaus have dissolved partnership, Mr. Flogaus .retiring from the lirm. Mr. Reiser will con tinue business at the old stand. Mr. Flogaus is not decided as to what he will do in the future. A Cincinnati theatre manager gets around the difficulty by requesting all ladies under 35 to please remove their hats. It is needless to add that very few big hats interfere with his audience's view of the stage. Take $1.00 and any photographer's ticket to Gardner's. Napoleon, O., and they will make you 13 fine cabinets for it until further notice, and you will not have to pay 50 cents for resitting either. " tf The days are prowing shorter, the nights longer, leaves are falling, stoves are being brought out from their summer quarters, coal bins are being filled, and cellars stored with apples and other fruit all signs of approaching winter. The late "Doo Tanner," recently cre mated in a big Are in Akron, is said to have gained an unenviable repu tion by trading off his wife for $10 and an old sewing machine. If the consideration had been a bicycle probably nobody would have Baid a word. The demand for Bryan pictures was unprecedented last week, but the supply was limited, on aooount of the thinness or the pocket-book of the ezeoutive committee, for while the MoKinley picture were sent out by the thousands free every picture of Bryan had to be paid for by the committee. A box will be sent by the Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. E. Churoh to Miss Mary Ketring who is studying medicine in New York City, preparatory to going to China. Any friends who desire to send cloth ing or provision will please bring the same to Mrs. R. B. Heller's residence on Washington street. Donations will be thankfully received. Com. A complete freight train of four teen cars, illuminated caboose and practical working engine, a magnifi cent scene of Niagara Falls by moon light, with real mist, as seen from a suspension bridge. The flight of the fast man whion crosses tne stage at the rate of seventy miles an hour and a realistic steamboat race and explosion on the Mississippi, are among the most novel scenes and mechanical effects shown in Lincoln J. Carter's soenio production, "The Fast Mail," which appears at the opera house this evening. o O-ax -E3Caxrrest HZoiao. CeloToxation Sale far in the gathering of Merchandise, and we never went so far in the sacrificing of profits, we Special Offering: this Week. This is the third lot of fine Black Liz ard Cloth the newest dross Roods out this fall, the real value Is ii.iso per yd., tills time we will sell It at.... .......... $1.00 Underwear. '' ' ''':' "'; ' Ladles all Wool, finest kind oi Cash mere Test and Drawers at ....... tl.oo Ladles heavy Onion Uulta at toe Ladles heavy Fleeced Vest and Drawers ssc CMldrens Wright's Health NoH-lulak.a.biv, heavy fleeced Shirts. Pants hi tt1 -AND. 3 l.Queensware.1 -A.T- 1-eT l 1 1 I lJ See the novelty dress goods just in at .No den Ac Jtruns. 2t Chrysanthemums in full blast at the gre.n house now. 2t Ray Heller returned from a two week's visit iu Ann Arbor Monday. Dr. J. Angenstein drove to Hol- gate Wednesday last and visited with friends. Miss Tresa Shoner entertained a number of her friends, last Sunday evening. Miss Elsie Bradley returned last week from visiting friends in Colum bus and Toledo. For your choice of chrysanthe mums go to the green house this week and next. 2t Luther Donahey came home from Ann Arbor, Mich., lust Friday to stay until after election. Norden Sc Brims are selling a nice jacket for ifa.OO, the regular price $3.00. Call and see them. 2t Catarrh is a constitutional disease and requires a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsapariila, which puri fies the blood. Henry Von Dielen, an old and re spected citizen of Freedom township, died of kidney trouble on Thursday ast. He had been confined to the house for some weeks. The supper given Tuesday evening. for the benefit of the school library, was a complete success. A neat su m has been netted for the school libra ry, far above the expectations of the most sanguine. Public Sale. I will offer at public sale at the Mil ler House, Napoleon, Ohio, on Satur day, Nov. 14, 1890, at 10 o'clock, a. m., ten band uniforms complete. The property of J. F. Knoll; terms or sale cash. Li. D. Massky. 2t Lien holt! Ladies, We have just received an elegant line of Vici Shoes Coin Toe Lace or Button, at -$3.00- l'OLKEIi & WESTIIOVEN D. P. Leist is visiting in Pickaway county this week. It Is reported that Wood county has gone Democratic. Minor Butler and Chas. Hillabrand took in the Elk stag reception at De- ance Tuesday evening. Bee our underwear we are sellinsr at 25o, 39o and 42c, the regular price was 4U0 to lis cts. A bargain at Nor den & Bruns. 2t Before you buy your winter suit call at Vandenbroek's and ask to see that $10.00 all wool Clay Worsted suit it's a beauty. A good Cheviot suit at ifq.00 and $0.00. 2t The boys and girls were rather tame on All Hollow Eve Saturday nignt last, toning down their amuse ment of the night to the throwing of corn, leaving undone the usual destruction and removal of property. t his is as it glioma oe. The use of "no hunting" signs throughout the state is more general than ever before and in order to hunt with safety it is necessary to first ob tain permission. Under the old law the farmer or tenant was the com plainant in all trespass cases, but under the new law it is different, all the farmer has to do now is to notify the game warden that such a person trespassed on his farm in quest of game and it becomes the duty of the warden to prosecute the case to the full extent of the law. While the clothes do not make the man, they have a good deal to do with his appearance. Every one has more or less pride in his personal ap pearance, and it is this desire all men have to look well that has engaged the attention of Henry Meyer for many years. He has been studying this universal weakness, or rather that very praiseworthy attribute, and has been most successful in sat isfying it. What he talks about mostly now is the surprisingly small amount of money that is required to make any one look handsome as far as clothes can. What he wants is to see eaoh man is this county, at least, a walking demonstration of the faot that no one is in as good a position to sell clothing, qualit y and price con sidered, as he is. ti and Boys Drawers the very best under wear tor Children at prices of a saving from t to 25 cents . Childrens Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers at ltoandup Men's heavy and fine all wool Shirts and Drawers the I1.75 kind as a ; leader we sell them at... 11.00 Women's do cent Fast Black Fleeced - Hose, ribbed top..... 850 Women's 40 cent Fast Black Fleeced Hose , ace Ladles 15 oent Fast Black Hose. 10c Utiles o cent Black. All Wool Hwse. 200 iTimothySeedi WITH EVERY S!0 ! Casti Purchase ! $10 Ton can get roar picture or ny member of your family enlarged Free of Charge. La-lies. I wish to eall your attention to my line of Whitney 4 Co's Fine Shoes. Every pair guaranteed. Try one pair and be con vinced that they are the best ahoe for the money. Dry Goods, Eocts, Shoos, Coats, Capas, Wall Paper. Perfumes. Trunks. Ynlises, Telescopes. Curtain Poles, Mattresses, furniture. Undertaking. Burial Robes. Etc., Etc. IF- .A.. RQWE, Ki Iscvilie Corners. Ohio. RlilK OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT, Thursday,Nov.5 Lincoln J. 10 Sets of Special Scenery, Flight Carter's of the Fast Mail Niagara Falls, by Moonlight, with Grand Scenic Boiling Mist. Prac tical Working En gine, and Fourteen Freight Cars, with Production Illuminated Ca boose. The Dago Dive. Realistic River Scene and Steamboat Explo Fast sion, and other startling effects. 35 and 50 Cents. Reserved Seats on Sale at Saur Balsley's Drug and Book Store. Mayor aieekisou ltesigrned. On Monday Mayor Meekison handed in his resignation as Mayor to the city and it was accepted. It is Congressman Meekison now. Just who will step into the Mayor's shoes we cannot tell at the present writing. Stolen! Five shoes,' one of each pair, from our store on Saturday night last. We will give the guilty party iust three days in which to return the stolen goods, as the party is well known. We 11 sell you the mates. " UOTTSCHALK BROS. If Mark Hanna expected to have the exclusive use of the American flag on Saturday last, he was mista ken at least in Napoleon. Democrats tied with Republicans in showing the American colors, the only differ ence was the Democratic flags were all simon pure staff, while the Re publican flags were nothing more than colored paper, defaced with the portraits of McKinley and Hobart. "The burning of dead leaves on our streets is becoming a decided nuis ance," said a leading physician this morning. "It Is a menace to the health of our people and should be stopped. To persons affected with throat or lung troubles it is especial ly annoying, stopping up the air pas sages and rendering breathing al most an impossibility, and in some instances throughout the country has proven fatal in cases of diphtheria." Chapped hands, sore lips and rough faces are some of the signs of approaching cold weather. Many people are not aware of the fact that there are remedies and lotions that are perfectly harmless that will cure these disagreeable afflictions and produce a soft aud velve:y condition of the skin. Among the very best of of these remedies is Fragrant Balm, for the complexion and softening of the hands it has no equal, one trial of the remedy will convince you of its merits. For sale by Saur & Balsley, druggists. In Japan most of the horses are shod with straw. Even the clumsiest of cart horses wear straw shoes, which, in their cases, are tied around the ankle with straw rope, and are made of ordinary rice straw, braided so as to form a sole for the foot about half an inch thick. These soles cost about a half-penney a pair. In Ice land, horses are shod with sheeps' horn. In the valley of the Upper Oxusthe antlers of the mountain deer are used for the same purposes, the shoes being fastened with horn pins. In the Soudan the horses are shod with stooks made of camel's skin. In Australia, horse shoes are often made of cowhide. A German not long ago invented a horse shoe of paper, prepared by saturating with oil, turpentine, and other ingre dients. Thin layers of such paper are glued upon the hoof till the re quisite thickness is attained, and the shoes thus made are durable and im penetrable to moisture. New time card of the Lima North ern R'y showing important changes ppears in another column of this aper. . . Teeth extracted without pain. Pain less methods in all operations, reas onable price guaranteed. W. J. Pierrepont, dentist, Bitzer block near Postoffice. tf Childrens All Wool Hose, the 40 ct. kind ' . only ,. ssc Childrens' 15 cent Fast Black Heavy FleecedHose loo Ladles and Childrens' Mittens the best all wool Mittens in the eity. for....26c per pr Ladles Kid Mittens-just in at.......... $1.00 New Line Kid Gloves-the $1.M kind tor 1.00 Coats and Capes. . . - - - This week special show and sale week of i: use new garments irom our uioaK Mouse nai makes our Onest garments to our I LEONBART BROTHERS, -DKUUtia- Lumber, Lath andShlngles ( Aa4Xafietarrof B Doors, Sasbf Holdings, Window S & and Door Frames. . $g Custom Sawing Done on Short Motice and at gj Low Prices. 0 Get onr Prices before Bay- jgji ing Elsewhere. ji eSlILLS 03 SOUTH SIDK,-X $h NAPOLEON. OHIO. . fH Tanncr-Swiu. Vt. Alva Tanner and Miss Cora Swin were united in marriage at the Presbyterian parsonage last Wednes day evening, Rev. Donahey officia ting. Both are well and favorably known In Napoleon, and will make this city their future home Mr. Tan ner being in the employ of B. B. Bit zer. Increase of Hevenue Collections. The report of the collector of in ternal revenue for this district for Oc tober shows a gain over the same month of last year of $2,303.92. The report is as follows: Beer stamps $31,034 21 Cigar stamps 9,4-W 27 Tobacco stamps 4,820 82 Spirit stamps 10,754 81 Special stamps 1.337 92 Penalties 200 05 Total $57,592 08 City Council. The council met in regular session Monday night with all members pres ent but the Mayor. K. W. Cahill was called to the chair. Wallace Blair was appointed in spectorof Washingtoustreet sewer D. Heath Officer Hancock's services were dispensed with. The following bills were allowed: S. M. Honeck, interest $1 20 Palmer Bros.. rmhlishin nnrip S 1:1 T.J. Burns, marshall salary, etc.52 05 j. j;rewes, nigriiwatcn salary. ..30 50 jj. jj. urwig son, stationery... 3 70 .las. P. Mason, clerk's Bn.ln.rv.. 90 nn D. H. Hancock, health officer. ..20 00 V. R. Hughes, clean, fire engine. 50 S. M. Crt.inprnn trt; eew ;ol fl-l Q7 Cooper Hose Jacket Co., mdse.50 00 7 I? Tl L U . , m. a. xieiruiii, jamior s salary, a Bo Call on Billv Kheffiplil. TpblAr if VOU want vour horseshoinir and wnrlc done by a practical worker in iron, tf YES, WE HAVE IT ! IT IS SHAPELY5 IT IS GRACEFUL, IT IS PRETTY. S AND ABOVE ALL IT FITS,r Xlip New SO DO ALL OF OUR :-Lhbies Rp Shoes:- Made by D. Armstrong & Co. '. You'll find them at our Store. M. REISER, Jr. The electric burglar is here. One of that fraternity announces that he has devised an apparatus which, by the aid ot electricity, will enable him to cut through the biggest safe in two hours without making any noise. There is no need to be-larmed, how ever. By the time he gets to work we will have some sort of an electric policeman to catch him. The gold miners up in British Col umbia are advertising for 500 girls for wives. Do they for a moment suppose that any girls will go ud there after this announcement ? The dear things couldn't think of it. It would appear just as it they were looking for husbands, and they wouldn't do tnat, even if it is leap year. . " uavi "The lark was up to meet the sun, and carol for his lay; the farmer's son took down his gun, and at him blazed away. Tne busy bee arose at five, and buzzed the meadows o'er; the farmer's wife went for his hive, and robbed him of his store. The ant rose early, his labors to begin; the greedy swallows flew that way, and took his antship in. Oh, bee, birds and ants be wise: in proverbs take no stock; like me refuse to rise until half-past eight o'clock." Good advice: Never leave home on a journey without a bottle of Cham berlain's Colio Cholera and Diarrh oea Remedy. For sale by D. J. Humphrey. lm The wife of Mr, Leonard Wells, of East Brimfield, Mass., had been suf fering from neuralgia for two days, not being able to sleep or hardly keep still, when Mr. Holden, the merchant there sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's Fain Balm, and asked that she give it a thorough trial. On meeting Mr. Wells the next day he was told that she was all right, the pain had left her within two hours. and that the bottle of Pain Balm was worth $5.00 if it could not be had for less. For sale at 50 cents per bottle by D. J. Humphrey. lm A big cut on all boots, shoes, felts and rubbers. 2t Norden & Bruns. Begins T2a.is "W"ee3s.-a startle the Mercantile World with the Extraordinary Bargain Offerings of this Great Sale. order copied from the latest Paris and London Models that will eclipse all com Detitive efforts as surelv as affect follow - . cause, at way down prices to a point nev er reached elsewhere. Fine new t.oo and twjo Kersey Jack ets Black or Blue, extra duality Bilk Lined in two toned and fancy figured -Hects. Mediciandhlgh slash- , ed collar, stylish length, new sleeve and back, at txs.oe and.... ..$15.00 Ask to See the Kw Irish Frieze Jacket---. ' :.- Big lot ot New Jackets at ts. 18, tio : v v and..., $13.00 Read this after Election ! TOTAfi EXPENSE TO TOTAL IN COME LAST FIVE YEARS. Per Cent New York Life.... 22.9 Michigan Mutual... 8J.1 Mutual Life...- 20.5 Phoenix Mutual ; 27.9 Union Central 23.9 Mutual Benefit 13.8 E. R. Cowdrick, Agent. Building Stone. Those wishing building stone can find them at my yards, near the Wa bash depot, where they will be kept in stock after this. Carload lots on one week's notice. tf Wm. Samsk. Hunters' Kates. Agents of Ohio Central Lines are selling Hunters' Tickets in all direc tions at OTPRtlv rPllllCarl nliu Mo anents of Ohio Central T.) noil frtr full particulars. 2iu Card of Thanks. We sincerely thank our many friendsv kind neighbors and Odd Fel lows for their kindness and attention given us in our late bereavement; their kindness will ever reiiain intent memory. . Mrs. Wm. Sutherland And Fami ly. Coal: Coal! Coal! I will deliver coal until further no tice at the following prices: Hard coal $0.7-5 Soft coal 3.00 Lump coke 4,50 udx-it Wm. Samsk. Stock Cattle. Those wishing stockers or feeders are invited to call on or correspond .with Clark, Bowles & Co. stockyards, Chicago, who buy on commission. Reference. Drovers National Chicago, or Jacob Hornung. New Ba varia, u. aug20-6m Wanted, a Wile. The undersigned wishes to secure a wife, or a partner for life. I have a pleasant home to offer any one who will marry me. For information as to my reliability and circumstances write to the postmaster of Grelton, Ohio. Please enclose photograph A. L. Rinebolt, oct 8 2m Napoleon, Ohio. Patent Kail Fence. I have Durchasert the rlchr. r. ft sail the William V. Russell improved straight rail fence tnr Vnnnlonn nn. ship, and am now ready to sell the township or farm rights. I have also to sell the rights of this fence in three townshins in PanlHi nine townships in Defiance county. Appiyio WM. MAMSE, oct 1 3m Napoleon, O. Call in and nOVeltV ?OOlls and all b-inrlu nf .!...,'. o '1 ' - ....j j . ui t. goods. Prices cut way down in reach of all. 2t Nordbx & Rritvs. Plans for Your House I Should be made and carefully studied several weeks before the work of building or re modelling it is begun. I WANT TO DO TO UR DESIGNING, DRAWING And necessary writing, such as Bills, Materials, Specifications, Etc., Etc. PLEASE COME AND SEE ME At myofflce in the Halm build ing, Napoleon, Ohio. Office hours 6 to 9 p. m. ' L. H.:McCOMB, Architect. ftre You Ready ? FOR YOUR NEW Fal 1 1 -Ontflt ? If so, pay us a yisit and we will toe pleased to show you .The New Styles. In Our Various Departments. S. M. H O N E C K, Cart Block THE CASH CLOTHIER. New and handsome $20.00 Silk Plush ,Capes at a big bargain only.. ... $12.50 New lot ot Childrens' Blue Beaver Jack , ets, at B.OO Baby Cloaks. N Big line to select from at positively the lowest prices all new. Shoes Special. Again we offer the very strongest kind ot inducements to the shoe needere. As we have talked to you through the. Nohthwest time and again that we are going to close out this large entire stock of first class cus tom wade shoes at first manufacturers cost ; THE SEASON J for riding and driving Uhtr. J Sam go to Snoner'1 hr you Tj . wil od tb noeot nmortmvDt V 9 o hsrncM and en a menu in S f Ihaeooatjr. J Hush cr Fur Rotes-! J When yon eall in toaxamin r -our Rouea don't fail to tea 0 oor own mako of Harness, 0 all made from the beat of material , , V $ BlankstsandRotss i Y " oouieps variety and at S 1! prices. Don't let yonr horse go nnblankettd. We lllArMn . 1 .. . . l J Wulps, Combs, Brnstes t A " .1 - .LI ... - ia a flrst-olasa HaroeeaShop, J Come in and see me. ' F. F. SHOSER. J If you are thinking of making a trip in any direction do not fail tocall on agents Lima Northern for rates and information as to trains. at For Kent. House one mile north of town, barn and woods pasture if desired, tf W. J. Pierrkpont. Autumn Month. Dr. Humpiureys' Specific "77" used in September, October, and Novem ber, will keep you free from cold ail winter long price 25c, at all drug stores. i, Condensed Testimony.. Chas. B. Hood, Broker and Manu facturer's Agent. Columbus',' Ohio, certifies that Dr. King's New Discov ery has no equal as a Cough remedy. J. D. Brown, prop. St. James Hotel, Ft. Wayne, Iud., testifies that he was cured of a Cough of two years standing, caused by LaGnppe, by Dr. King's New Discovery. B. F. Merrill, Baldwinsville, Mass., says that he has used and recommended it and never knew it to fail and would rather have it than any doctor, because it always cures. Mrs. Hem ming, 222 E. 25th St., Chicago, always keeps it at hand and has no fear of Croup, because it relieves. Free Trials Bottles at D. J. Humphrey's Drug Store. For a good, clean shave or lift! cut try Chas. Shoemaker. Shop iJJe Alhambra building, under -vllaa baugh's restaurant. tf GERMAN HEALTH INSTITUTE. TOLEDO, O. -Kir - A. F. KALKHOFF. M. D. Phyyieun and Surgaoa ia Charge. "I largaat Praotise and Moat ComnUto imtlhite "n he U. S. IU Raeord ef Wonderful CurH ia Sec ond te Nona in the World. Conducted by expert physiciaiii of as years private and hospital expon Unce in Europe and America. Special depaTtmescf For special diseases. Largo airy Sleeping Apart menu. Original methods lor home treatment, werid renowned. Each ease is treated on its own mcttta, Extensive laboratories, Vegetable Remedies 1 Wa treat with wondertul success all Chronui and Desperate Lung, Throat, Ear, Noie.Stomaco. Bowels, Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder, Female-, Brain, Nervous, Spinal, Skin, Blood, Rectal, Pre. vat and Sexual Diseases. Deformities and Surgi cal Diseases. Special Treatment tor Consumption. Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Canctr. Tape Worm and Epileptic Fits, Varicocele and Hydro. r;!e. Constitutional Blood Poisen and all Skin Diseases, Fain in th Bones, Ulcers, Skin Erup. tions. Sore Throat, Hair Falling Cut, Pimples, Headache, Etc. Nervous Debility, Exhausted Vi tality, Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Aver, lion to Society, Threatened Insanity, Hmples on the face. Lost Vijror, Impotency , the result ot early sinful habits and later excesses we cure under guarantee by our original, never failing method. Cures guaranteed when others have failed. Low charges, and consultation free; correspondence sacredly confidential. Hoursoa.m. to 8 p.m.; Sun days and Holidays, 9 to is m. Out of Town Fstisnta treated with unfailing success' through correspoiw dence. Examination blank and "The Safe Guards. 9f .Vfe," (ia8 page book) sent free. Address; SEBSIAM II -A Lf U IISSTM'sjil!. wr. meaisoa ana ens IfcIVU;uy " (no Jobber's cost); that means a saving to the wearer of 26 to 50 per cent, less than a regular shoe store can afford to sell them. Ladles finest Kid Shoes, new styles, patent 7 leather tip Johnson make - The $4.50 kind reduced to.... j 50 $3.50 Johnson Shoe reduced to... a 00 2.00 Fine Shoes reduced to. i.oo 2.60 Misses Shoes reduced to .-. : 1.50 l.oo Childrens' Shoes reduced to , , 500 0.00 Men's Ptngree & Smith shoes re duced to ...... ...... ... oo .oo Men's Plngree Smith shoes re- duced to.... ........ a.09 All Shoes MUST be Closed out by January 1st. . ri