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C. C. CAW TN, tnvtiK JA8. It. CAKL1N, Local kdltot Offloe Rltoy Biitlrilna. stHxmd Boor. Ka Iriauoii llii Mnl Mnrkvt elreet. oillc 'pbuua in. Hvaltleuoe 'pbone 111. (XNK DOLLAH VVM YEAlt With Ohio Trm I With C'lnolnnatl Iily Hoat.. 1 81) represent real estate in one form or an utlier. Moreover, the value of real nu tate U a value that results from the gen. eral growth and prosperity of the com munity aqd U the most natural value to be aliened for the benefit of the community which crouton It. A molt encouraging alien li that most If not all of the very able men who are giving lAlUub.orlploiu parabiont advance FRIDAY, May tt, 1910 Democratic Announcements County Trlmary May 17, 1910 FOK CONUUKSS CUNNINGHAM We are authorized to announce tlie nrtiutof N. W. tHiiuiliiuliam, of Allen Uounty. an a canitlitnla fur the nomination for Conira for tlie Full rib ('oiiicreanluiial Ulntrlcl. (JOKKE-We are authorized to annoiini' tha limine of J. H. Ueoke. uf AimlnUe Uou li ly, a a randldate for tint noiiiliuttlmi for Coimreaa for tlie Fourth ('oiiKrui-dlonul dis trict. MARSHALL We are autliorUrd to an nounco the cnmlUlni-r of Ohnrlea I'. Mar- ball, of Hhelhy Uounty, na a ramllilate for the Democratic noinliintlon for uonijreaa for the Fourth Uonarvaaloiial lltrlct, sill). Jm-t to the di-clalou of the primary election, May 17, 1V10. RORKHON-Wa urn anthorl.-d to an nounce the name of A. U. KoImoh, of (IraenvlllH. as a candidate for H'-preneiita- tlve In Oona-reaa In the Fourth IMatrlctof Ohio, lubject to the uVeUlon of the PtMiio- erotic primary. May 17, win. V. M. 8IIA PPELL la a Iemocrattc candi date for Congress from thla district, and If he receives tlie olllce, be promlries faithful, agnreaalve aervlce. FOK KKPKKSKNTATIVK VININO We are authorized to announce the name of 8. J. lnlng aa rt-noiiiluallon for Kenrexe Uounty, aulilect to the dec ocratlc county primary. FOR COUNTY AUDITOR MORROW We are authorized to an. mm n. -p the nnme of J.L.Morrow as a can didate for reuoiiilnatlon for County Audi tor, subject to the decision of the Jioino- crctlc county primary. FOR COUNTY TRKASL'KKK ALBER9 We are authorized to announce the name of John H. Albera a a canuiiiHve for renomlnatlon for Uounty Treasurer, aubjectto the decision of the lemocratlc county primary. FOR COUNTY RKCORDKK THOMAS We are authorized to an nounce the name of H. O. Thomas as a can didate for renomlnatlon for Uounty Recor der, aubject to the decision of the Demo cratic county primary. FOR PROSKCVTING ATTORNEY ROMER We are authorized to announce the name of John (4. Homer aa a candidate for renomlnatlon for Prosecuting Attorney of Mercer County, aubject to the decision of the Democratic county primary. FOR SHERIFF MOORE We are authorized to announce the name of John Moore, of Franklin town ship, aa a candidate for the nomination for Hherltl of Mercer uounty, auujeci 10 me ae- clslon of the Democratic couuty primary. SNIDER We are authorized to announce the name of Ezra Mulder, ol Butler town ship, as a candidate for tbe nomination for Sheriff of Mercer Uounty. subject 10 me ue- clslon of the Democratic County primary. FISHER We are authorized to announce the name of Shell M. Fisher, of Jerrerson townahlp. as a candidate for tbe nomination for Sherltl of Mercer County, subject to the decision of the Democratic couuty primary. CALLEN We are authorized toannounce the uame of lJat F. L'allen, of Jellerson township as a candidate for the nomination for Sherltl of Mercer County, subject to the decision of tbe Democratic couuty primary. FOK CLERK OF COURTS HASLINUEK We are authorized to an nounce the name of J. B. Hiisllnger. of But ler tuwushlp. as a candidate for tbe nom ination of Clerk of Courts of Mercer County, subject to tbe decision of the Democratic couuty primary. JOHNSON We are authorized to an nounce tbe name of Walter L. Johnson, of Jefferson township, as a candidate for the nomination for Clerk of Courts of Mercer County, subject to tbe decision of the Dem ocratic county primary. FOR SURVEYOR SM ALLEY We are authorized to an nounce tbe name of Dillon Smallcy, of Jeff erson township, aa a candidate for the nom ination for County Surveyor, subject to the decision of tbe Democratic couuty primary. FISHBAUGH We are authorized toan nounce tbe name of Anthony W. Flshbaugh, of Jefferson township, as a candidate for the nomination for Surveyor of Mercer County, subject to the decision of the Dem ocratic county primary. LUTZ-We are authorized to announce the name of Miirtln Lutzof Jefferson town ship as a candidate for tbe nomination for County Surveyor of Mercer County, aubject to tbe decision of the Democratic county primary. for Commissioner HEIBY We are authorized toannounce the name of Fred Helby, of Recovery town ship, as a candidate for renomlnatlon for County Commissioner of Mercer County, subject to the decision of the Democratic couuty primary. DILLHOFF We are authorized to an nounce the name of Frank DillbolTof Ma rlon townsblD as a candidate for renomlna tlon for Uounty Commissioner of Mercer County, subject to the decision of tbe Dem ocratic couuty primary. KISER-We are authorized to announce the name of Isaac N. Klser. of Center town ship, aa a candidate for renomlnatlon for County Commissioner of Mercer County, aubject to tbe decision of tbe Democratic- county prlmury. FOR INFIRMARY DIRECTOR POND We are authorized to announce the name of Marlon Pond, of Dublin town ship, as a candidate for tbe nomination for Infirmary Director of Mercer County, sub ject to the decision of tbe Democratic coun ty primary. BAOHAR We are authorized to an' nounce tbe name of Nathan Bacbar, of Lib erty townsblp, as a candidate for the noni lnatlon for Infirmary Director of Mercer Uounty, aubject to tbe decision of the I 'em ocratlc primary. BRUNSEWIOK We are authorized to announce tbe name of Andrew Brunsewlck of firanville township as a canuldote for the nomination for Inllrmary Director, Mercer County, aubject to the decision of tbe Dem ocratlc county primary. I fit) thought to tax reform are coming to the point of view where they favor th abolition of tho personal tax, and in lome State! there la a disposition to discriminate between tho taxei on land and on the buildings that occupy the the premise!. (iovernmentu, and the men who administer them, are coming more and more to the vlewi regarding taxei long ago promulgated by Henry (ieorge, who for yean wai considered little better than a dreamer whose tbe. orlei were purely visionary all my time, all my energy and all my ability, I shall attend all the depart mental duties of the poiltlon with strict diligence and fidelity. The old loldieri may confidently count me their friend and call upon me for ier- Waiting for Teddy Will Maupln, in The Commoner. We all await with bated breath To bear what Teddy'll lay vice without embarraiiment, certain of wflien he once more set! toot upon prompt and ready responie. Every l T1,e 00(1 ,' H A; , , ,, claim of thelri shall be my claim and j V 111 he "lye William Howard Taft every interest mine. No class or indl- A nice clean bill of health? Great Commoner on Democracy William Jennings Rryan at Lima Peru. Something has been said about my beinir a beimr a Democrat. Yes, that is tlie name that Is applied to me in th United States, and yet, my friends, I recognize that the word is not a partisan word. We have a party in our country that calls itself Democratic and yet 1 would not claim that our party mono pollzes all the democracy that there i in tho United States. I am glad to say that in our country democracy is ho universal that no party can appropriate it, and it is becoming more and more the basis of government throughout the world. The leaven is at work every where. A struggle is going on between a a candidate for democracy and aristocracy. This strug ! l,,i (hf ... . gle manifests itself in different ways in different countries, twin is everywnere manifesting itself. All over the world the idea of .democracy is growing and the idea of aristocracy is dying, and in the growth of the ideals of democracy ii the hope of the world. The world is making progress just in proportion ai the people are made the basis of govern ment and the beneficiaries of eiviliza tion. L OF TI Chas. C. Marshall Issues State ment to Democratic Voters of Fourth District. To the Democrats of the Fourth Con gressionai District of Ohio: Inasmuch as there can be no con gressional convention assembled in Ohio this year and no platform pro mulgated, it does not seem improper for me to make the following brief statement of my position as regards political issues so that the voters of the fourth congressional district may not be misinformed or misled. I stand siiuarely upon the Denver platform and regard it as the best, as it is the latest, exposition of orthodox Democracy. My admiration for the personality and tbe leadership of its chiefest exponent, Wm. J. Ilryan, ha not abated one whit. Y hatever changes time or conditions may suggest in that document I expect the coming Demo cratic State convention to write, tak ing counsel of that wise and proven statesman, Governor Judson Harmon, who will be renominated and re-elect- A jOstA aSfai&-ar ' u'i-j-wHI vidua! or enterprise of this district but can now count upon every assistance that the position, if bestowed upon me, will enable me to render. In addition to the foregoing pledges, I desire to assert and emphasize my belief In and adherence to that good old Democratic doctrine of rotation In olllce. Each county in this district justly boasts men tit and competent to represent it In Congress and each coun ty la in turn entitled to that represen tation. Should I be successful In my efforts in this campaign, I solemnly pledge the people of the district that at the end of my second term I shall not only willingly retire, but shall use every influence I may possess to pass the nomination to that county which, under the Just rule that Shelby now Invokes, shall be moat entitled to it Very respectfully, Cham. C. Mahnhali Mr. Bryan's Prophecy Washington, D. C, Bulletin. In reply to a very pessimistic letter by the writer to Mr. Kryan just after the November election, be made a prophecy, which, in view of recent events, seems prophti'c. The writer believed that the Republican party would keep Its platform pledges. Mr, Bryan did not, and replied: "Do not be decieved by the promises of the leaders of that party. It is Im potent to revise the In rill" in the inter est of the people. We are nearer the turn in the lane than appears on the surface." Ilryan was right, the special ses sion of the Republican party was im potent. And everybody will admit that "we are nearer the turn in the lane." In a Prayerful Mood Henry (ieorge, jr., the noted single taxer and a democratic Democrat, who recently visited Washington, writing from New York under date of April a:i, concluded his letter as follows: "Finally I wish to report that I found not a few Democrats in Washing ton in a prayerful mood. They are ottering up supplications like that which appeared in tbe Houston Post, which runs: "O Lord, now that everything is com- ing our way, pnrge every Democratic soul of hot air and vain-glory, and in sert large installments of common sense in every Democratic cranium; and oh, remember. Lord, our prone ness to make fools of ourselves just when we have the world by the tail and a downhill pull, and see that we don t get in bad this time. Or will he swing the lllg Stick at Mal lactori of great wealth? Will lie line up with Ballinger, Or line up with l'lnchot? Will he "insurge" or take bis stand Alongside Uncle Joe? ' Will he "O. K." our Uncle Nelse From Little Rhody state, Or will tell him and his bunch To up and pull their freight? When Teddy lands In Uotham Town lleuealh (he stripes and stars, Will he bring back some voodoo bairn To heal U. O. P, scars? Or will he swing the famous Stick With all his might and main Around bis Afric-turbanned head And ope tho wounds again? O, Teddy; seize the wireless "Juice" And toll us in advance. We yearn to know, as for the brook Tbe heart, so hard pressed, pants. We can not go to sleep at night; We cannot work by day; We stand around and simply wait To hear what you may say. The old ship "li. O. P." has sprung A mighty ugly leak, And we can't plug it up until We have heard Teddy speak. It struck a snag in old Old Bay State, Another in New York Throw out the life preservers, please; Be sure they're made of cork! The engine room is all awash, And gone propeller shaft; The rudder's broke, and helplaes stands Our good old Pilot Taft. The cargo's shifted, funnel gone; Great Mali hooks how she leaks! And none knows what to say or do Till Teddy comes and speaks. Abas tlie roaring Afric lion; Avaunt rbi-nos-e-ros! Speak, Teddy, speak; or else, b'gosh, We'll sutler total loss. Speak, Teddy.speak! The lockerowned By Uncle Davy Jones Has opened wide its sodden lid To catch G. O. P. bones. To prove its great value as a hair beautifier we want to give you, together with our book about the hair, a regular 25c. bottle of Mr. Ballinger says Mr. (Jlavis Is a liar. Three cheers for the reorganization of I the Ananias Club! TIT 5 woooDiuinrs COMBINATION 11 il(DLiiJ3 21 nnji LCOXBiNAnOkki. I snaas Vu JIT 7i W rm 1 IPiWliWIIft,MMilHM Simply fill out the cou pon and mail it to-day (enclose ten cents to show good faith), and this bottle will be de livered to you free. Answer the questions on the coupon and a Woodbury Company Specialist will write you a letter telling you what to do if you want abun- If you don't $ea Woodbury' t Fact on the label, tU an Imitation. dant, plossy, beautiful hair. Woodbury' Combination Hair Tonic is not a new preparation. Neither is it an experiment. It has been used by tlie Specialists at the famous Woodbury's Institute for over a third of a century. Nearly forty years' experience and reputation stand back of every bottle. It i-J totally different from anything you have ever tried. Its principal nature is to beautify the hair and promote its healthy growth. It prevents the hair from falling out, stops itching of the scalp, and rernoves dandruff. The trial will convince you. Users of Woodbury' Preparations are privilcced to write to the specialists at 47 W. 34th St., N.Y. for information about the care of their hair and for advice regarding the treat ment of the complexion. is 1 A li I Itl TMia TQMC eOMTAlMSjV v s S,Wmffi The Buffalo News rises to say that it votes for Colonel Koosevelt for drum major of the universe. R. E. RILEY DRUG CO., Agents for Celina. Did you ever raise bell, asks a West ern contemporary, and make anything by it? We pass it up to Adolph. Too bad Teddy couldn't have been in Danville, III., when that herd of ele phants broke loose from a circus and Past Glories Won't Work ftt,rly took thetow- Chicago Journal, Ind.l V hen liold win Smith said: A po- itical party begins to die as soon as ts machinery becomes more important than the ideals on which the party was founded," he uttered a universal truth. The fight between insurgents and re actionaries in the Republican party is a case in point. The former are trying to preserve the ideals of Kepubliean- sm; the latter are trying to preserve its machinery. Principles live, while par ties succumb to corruption. The Re publican reactionaries are fighting against overwhelming odds, and wi'l ose. Republicanism can not break faith with the people and continue to make votes by reciting its past glories. What's the matter with Pittsburg? Haven't heard any grafts news from there for several days. Have all the crooks took their immunity baths and been born again? The boom for Nicholas Longwortb for (iovernor of Ohio, says the Spring- Held Republican, continues to grow, on the lively hope that Mr.Longworth's father-in-law would not fail to heed his daughter's husband's cry for help in the dark hour before election. Drift Toward Just Taxation The Philadelphia Record (ind.) Apr. 8. While no state or government has so far advanced in the direction of tax re form as to put the whole weight of tax ation upon the site value of land, there is a constant drift in that direction. This is Illustrated in tbe revolutionary oheme under consideration in Great Britain. It is further brought to the front by Mayor Oaynor's serious sug gestion to the tax department in New lork that the present plan of levying taxes on personal property be abolished nd a system adopted whereby the city's Mould be derived from assessments on real estate. Mayor Reyburn in hi iscussion of tbe means of increasing the city's revenue in his last message very directly points to the advisability f placing tbe burden of taxation on An unsophisticated Republican of Georgia advises the corporations of the United States to organize a political party of their own. What's the matter with the politicpl party they occupy now? Is their lease running out? Tbe Public. MIMA in X. W. CUNNINGHAM, Of Allen County, candidate for the Demo cratic nomination ror Uonirreaa in trilN (Fourth) district. Primary May 17. Paris is reported to be finding bridge" quite dull. That's where the American game of euchre has it backed off the board; there hasn't been a dull momeDt on this side of the pond since the posting of the grand prizes of painted china, cut glass plckel dishes, etc. first began. One G. V. Smith, signing himself Yours Calmly," recently wrote to the New i ork World to say: "Why not state the truth boldly once lor all? Without exaggeration, Theodore Roosevelt is the greatest man in all respects who ever lived or who ever will live on this earth or on any of the other planets." Tbe World has been paralyzed and unable to articulate since. Tha following bills were allowed lust Fr day and payable on and after the 4th: CHAS. C. MARSHALL, of Sidney, Democratic candidate for Congress in Fourth District. ed in Ohio this year and nominated and elected President in 1912, in order that he may continue his great work of cleansing and reforming so auspi ciously begun and so relentlessly pur sued in the State into tbe broader field, the Nation. I now subscribe to that platform which shall prove the victo rious battle cry of 1912. I assisted in the management of Governor Harmon's successful campaign. He has not dis appointed. I am willing to re-enlist in bis cause on the platform on which he shall choose to stand. If the electors of this district shall, in their wiRftnm. decide to send me to 0NUnl"Ahe8nameeofHen0ry hnf"M V"1' P"f H ey 1 be separately nou ferson townsblD as a candidate for the nonr lnatlon for Infirmary Director of Mercer Uounty, aubject to tbe decision of the I Jem ocratlc county primary. HASIS We are authorized toannn oi nce the name of F. L. Haala of Center township aa a candidate for tbe nomination for in tlrmary Director of Mercer County, subject to the decision of tbe Democratic county primary. LUTZ We are authorized to announce the name of Chaa. F. Lutz of Center town ablp aa a candidate for the nomination for Infirmary Director of Mercer County, aub ject to tbe decision or tbe Democratic coun ty primary. PRESTON We are authorized to an nounoe tbe name of George H.Preston of Franklin townablp aa a candidate for re nomlnatlon for Infirmary Director of Mer-. cer Couuty. subject to tbe declalon of the Democratic county primary. land values. Kven the farmers, who ve, as a rule, objected to the taxation f land values exclusive of improve ments, are coming to a more thorough understanding of the matter. In the State of Washington tbe State of Grange has formally voted in favor of so amend- ing the Constitution as to provide: (1) An assessment once in five years, of the "community-made" value of all lands within the State. (2) An assess ment of all other "community-made" values in private ownership. (3) The collection of an annual rental or tax of 0 per cent on all future increases of "community-made" values. The Mc Nichol commission, of course, can do no more than recommend such changes in our tax laws as it shall find expedi ent. Rut it will miss a great opportu nity if it does not go to the root of the subject-matter in hand. Taxes that cannot be equitably collected and dis tributed should be abolished. Land values and improvement values should assessed. Publicity shall be entitled to and shall receive should be provided for and enforced. AS 7 3& tarkarjoolc is rtady M mall. It will bt sent to any person Interested la fruit-growing on receipt of 7 cents te cover postagt. The Stark Year Book for 1910 represents an entirely new Idea in nurserymen's literature it is a work cf art at well as a rat itnraa of Stark Kuracrv orsducta. Within its covers are 32 full-Das? illuitntioni of PiY ennn Pmnnrfy) 'ru't n flo, representing 175 varieties, done in four colors, and exactly reproducing tJfoWflMC 1 I fJUKl t y nature. 64 pares are devotedto descriptions, prices, and records. . m" c-.t- --V .L I. .1..- !... : -J L i J -l.1I-l.-J . 1 aXatlOn r ratXa new standard ef apple values (selling at $10.00 per buihel box this rear); Stark King Uavld, another apple of wondrous quality and merit; stark lung Philip, a nsrdy biacK grape of California grape Duality, and dozens of the very best things in tha horticultural world are fully described, illustrated, and priced. To any one planting one tree or many, of fruits or ornamental, this book is of inestimable value a horticultural text-book a guide to proper selection. Stark trees hire stood the supreme test of actual planting fores years they are the An extraordinary disclosure of land monopoly in California was made by the Los Angeles iCxaminer in Its Issue of March 27 last. Only thirty-five owners, it appears, hold one-seventh of all the area of that great State. Their holdings' range from TWENTY THOUSAND acres to KOURTKKN AND OX K-HALF MILLION acres each. Holdings of 100,000, 200,000 and 400,000 acres appear In the list between those extremes. This disclosure is only a sample of the land monopoly that prevails, not only in California but throughout the West and also in the East. Will the contented apologist for things as tbey are, kindly reflect upon this condition? Let him ask himself what his disinter ested posterity will think of him for silently permitting their inheritance to slip away from them before they are born. Let him ask himself, too, what they ought to think of bim for this. The Public. Monty to Loan We can make farm loans for 5 years Ion first mortgage. Interest at 5 per cent. Short & Donovan, Celina, O. H. L. Hldht, salary aa humane officer. Philip Dlnn, Janitor's salary Oellna Democrat, publishing Torn- trup ditch sale Jos. 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