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REMOVAL NOTICE We have moved our Grocery to South Main street, three doors south of the Kreusch hardware store and almost opposite the McDaniel furniture store, where we will keep an up-to-date grocery and we kindly ask all of our old customers also people who have not Been our custo mersto call on us there. We assure you that you will always find a clean, fresh stock of Groceries. Yours to please, G. P. DURBIN. z I. N. Ktunip, Pf Hradford, wit In our town Monday. Chios Moors unci Klniu I'reston, of Bradford, spent couple of days last week with John Moors and wlfu. ItdNiio and Sun In (iooihulili spent Sunday with Dock Lou am! family. Harry Service spent Kiiuday at this place. Halph Hoel returned home from his school Saturday. Wilbur Preiton and wife are the proud parent of a 10-pound hoy. Mr. Hamilton and wife, of Yorkshire, Ura Foil, Kussell Hod k 111 and family pent Sunday with V. L. Hoel. Charles lteese, of South Charleston, pent Sunday with C'hloe Moore. Mr. H. 1). Hoel entertained her Sun day-ichool class Tuesday. An enjoy able day wa spont by all. John Deweese, of Yorkshire, spent Sunday at thl place. Mr. Ward I'rfstou and children pent Sunday with her mother, Mr Colion. Klmer Kennerson and family spent Sunday with W. A. I'reston and family. Whooping cough I in thi vicinity OLD TOWN Mr. S. A. Nickerson visited rela live at Munclo, ind., over Sunday. D. C. Grim and Will Keougher, of Beery Bethel, visited A. B. (irim and family Sunday. Cllirord Shlngledecker, of Rock ford, pent Saturday and Sunday with Wil blre Carpenter and family. Ml Floren StaeRor left last Wed nesday for Oxford, where she will take a teacher' course. N. C. Wollem and wife and Mr. and Mr. Weitenhaver, of drover Hill, visited Geo. Wollem and lamily Wed nesday evening, making the trip in their automobile. Kl.a Green 1 on the sick list. Bernard Dixon and family and Chas. Snider and wife visited Ben Cook and family at Knoxville Sunday. Mr. Harvey Elchler, of near Celina, visited her parents, Klza Green and wife, Monday. PIIILOTIIEA Ml Lizzie Pohl left for Dayton last week for an indefinite stay. The infant son of Herman Osterbolt and wife idled on the 1ith and wa buried on the Kith. Mis Klizabeth Lennartz Is spending till week In Minster. Charles Duggins and Miss Minnie Brown, of Coldwater, spent Sunday with Jos. Moeller and family. The Philothea Star were defeated here Sunday by theSt. Henry Maroon core 10 to 8. Mayor Kenney and family, of Celina, were guests of Sebastian I'lemau and family and Wm. Dues and family last Sunday. Man Wanted Man wanted to drive one of our med icine wagon throughout Mercer Coun ty and sell household and veterinary remedies, condition powder, spices, extract, baking powder, perfumes, toilet preparations, and other special tie. Positions steady and will pay from 25 a week up. Experience jin necessary; we teach you. Acquaint ance of roads in county helpful. Give age, references, fec. Addres E. W. Slpp, sales manager, Canton, Ohio. Horse and Buggy lor Sale Good driving horse; buggy in good condition and good set of harness; will sell cheap. Call or address 233 Tou Velle street. I The Western Ohio Successor to W. H. CONNER 1 111 X AGENTS for E. M. F. "80" Touring Car ',250. No need of advertising X this car tbe owners do this. , . ? Also. DeMott Kunabout, 12 h. p., Shaft Drive. Magneto. Complete at 550. X AIho Distributor for Mr. Wine for the Ford Models In northern half of the X county Kunabout, Touralmut and Touring Car, u. ?, WCall for Metal and Body Polish for cars. Price, 86c and 50c. A Wears prepared to REBUILD. RKPAIK and KKPAINT OAR8 at A moderate cost, our repair department being in charge of Henry Hlebert, A late of Htoddard-Dayton Co., who Is conceded one of the best repair men in A Ohio. Bring-In your car and let us look It over If there Is nothing wrong A with It, we will tell you so. Many a car Is ruined by neglect In looking after A the small repairs. , ... . A N.B. We will also continue the small repair work heretofore carried 3J on by Mr. Conner. YOU ARE GOING TO BUY Stackers arid Feeding Cattle THIS SEASON You want to buy where you can get the best cattle for the least money. Write or wire at once to JOHN J. LAWLER 163 EXCHANCE BUILDING UNION STOCK YARDS, CHICAGO Sound, safe, conservative, strict honesty and a square deal guaranteed. ESTABLISHED OVER 23 YEARS REFERENCES: Live Stock Exchange National Bank, Chicago Any Mercantile Agency Thousands of our Batislied customers We handle more stackers and feeders than any firm in the world. A big election at all times. Sales, 40 to 50 loads daily. Come to Chicago and we will sell direct to you, or order at once by mail or telegram and we will ship just what you want direct to you Ht lowest mar ket prices. Write at once for our plan of filling orders. We can save you money. Write us for quotations of prices before you buy. FOREST HILL Wilbur Thorp, a well known young Celina painter, wa wedded to Miss Rosella McClure, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Klmer McClure, Saturday afternoon. The young couple have a host of friends who will wish them a happy married Ills, and The Democrat joins in the fe licitations. Charley Morrow and a lady friend I were the victims of a serious runaway 'accident last Saturday evening, when their buggy wa upset and they were t thrown out, sustaining Injuries that necessitated the calling of Dr. Symons. Neighbors and friends to the number of seventy-five gathered at the home j of Kd Moyer and very effectively ir prlsed Mrs. Moyer, the occasion being her and Mrs. Klmer dure' 4.'lrd birth day. The ladiea are twin sisters. The affair was a very pleasant one. Miss Charlene Johnson, of Balbeck, Ind., is at the Jerry Johnson home. Mr. Mary Addy, of Hammond, Ind. in visiting relative and friends In this community. David Johnson and family, of Hal bee, Ind., visited the former' brother, Jerry Johnson, over Sunday. TAMAII Jake Murry and wife, of Michigan, are visiting the latter' brother, Jacob Fisher, for a few days. George Brookhart, Of Indiana, vis ited with Wesley Forney Saturday and Sunday. Harvey Buck and wife, Bash Wright and wife and Grandma Buck took an automobile trip Sunday to Van Wert In Harvey' new car. Wm. Harvey, of Mt. Victory, visited with J. Rutledge over Sunday and re turned home Tuesday with hi wife, who has been visiting hers for the past three week. j J. V. Dysert and wife are entertain ing the latter's mother, Grandma Baucher. Mr. A. Harvey Bnd family spent Sunday with J. Kutledge and family. C. Bice and wife visited Jas. Gibson and family Sunday, and Francis Good and family spent the day with Lafe Eicher and family. PLEASANT VALLEY Otto Trlssel and family spent Sun day with Andrew Mowery and family. Charles Andreas, Mary Addy and Ida Harb visited John Andress and family Friday. Frank Harb is still annoyed by the trouble caused by the amputation of hi finger. The children' service at Bethel Sun day evening was vey interesting and well atienueu. Malissa Addy visited Mrs. J. F. Harb Tuesday. For God's Sake Do Something We have answered this cry in our new book "Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls" by Earnest A. Bell, U. S. District Attorney Sims and others. The most sensational Indictment of the White Slave Trade ever published. It tells how thousands of young girls are lured from their homes annually and sold Into a life of shame. The Cincin nati Inquirer says "Of all the books of the season the War on the White Slave Trade is the most helpful; it should be read by every man, woman and child." Agents are making from $8 to $17 a day sellinglthis book. Over 500 pages. Many pictures. Priceafl.no. Best terms to agents. Outfit free. Send 15 cents for forwarding charges. Book sent to any address post paid upon receipt of price. Address James is. snarKey, Hec'y, 123 Plymouth Court, Chicago. Automobile Co. f f 1 nifiC South Main St. tlAK.AU H, CELINA, OHIO. . I MARKETS The following were tha quotations for train, live stock, ponjtry and produce in tfie Celina market yesterday evening. ORAIN. Wheat. per hintlt W7o C.orti, per leu Ihs Io Imti, per bush 3.' Barley, per bush doo Hye, per buab io Bltri). Clover, per bush (6 7fi Alulae, per bush 6 75 Timothy, per bush 1 60 II AT. No. 1 timothy, per ton Ill 00 No. 1 mixed, per ton V 11 No. 1 clover, per ton 7 (hi I.I V K STOCK. t Cuttle, per HKI Ilia f.1 Sufi, on Veal calves, per 100 Ibn tl cKtrt AO Hogs, per Hill IIM H X:u 00 FOULTKT. Fowls, per lb lie (spring Chicks, per lb loc (locks, per lb JV4c Turkey hens, per lb 0 ToniM, per lb fie I lucks, per lb tkj (Jeese, per lb.... 0 No. 1 hides To PKOIIUI'K Butter, per lb. tic Kggs, per dos lie lrd, per in He Tll6w, per lb 4o Onions, per hush floe PotatoeVer hush lou SOUTH WABASH There will be an Ice-cream social at the Wabash Christian church to-morrow (Saturday) evening for the benefit of the church. The public is cordially invited to attend. There will be a children's night ser vice at Wabash on Sunday evening, July ;i. It promises to be an unusual ly interesting a flair, coming just be fore the big Sunday-school celebration at Celina on the glorious Fourth. Chas. Shinn and family spent Sun day with David Kester and wife. Preaching at Wabash Sunday even ing was well attended. (ieorge Klnnison and family visited Kd Hot and family Sunday. Insure Your Life Against Lurking, Unseen Dangers No man was ever drowned, hanged, run over, charged with stealing, run ning away with another man's wife or being atllicted with the bookworm dis ease, who had a receipt for a year's subscription to The Democrat, duly paid in advance, in his hip pocket. Woodbury's COMBINATION Hair Tonic beautifies the hair and pro motes its healthy growth. It prevents the hair from faUine out. stops itching ttymiuetm scalp and removes dandruff j!'m m? wrien a" oter Prt'Par- t.i.ic.nimi. ations fail. Nearly half tmtitn. centurv of experience at the famous WOODBURY INSTITUTE is back of every bottle. I wo sizes zbc and 1.UU If your 'scalp is dry or oily, scnly or irri tated, or shows other signs of disease, ask about Woodbury's Combination Treat ment for the Huir and Scalp. THE R. E. RILEY DRUG CO. Agents for Celina. Goodldtas, d EnlcrUio- mrtit.AdlvellKOI HIiWIIsandHlsHand Theai, m tlie thlnua which will make a man of your boy. Secure his lively Interest and whole some development by giving him The AMERICAN BOY Filled with fine reading which fasdnatei boys. Excellent stories ol adventure, travel, history and current events. Photography, stamps, elec tricity, carpentry, sports, Karnes. Tells boys iust what to do and how to do it. Beautifully illus trated, and every line In harmony with refined home training! endorsed by 2M),ooo boys and their parents. Send $1.00 for a full year. On sale at all news-stands a t to cents. THE 8PRAGUE PUBLISHING CO. 108 Maifto lift., Detroit, Mloh, PROBATE NOTICE. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT the following Administrators, Execu tors and Guardians have filed tliulr ac counts and vouchers In the Probate (Jourt of Mercer County, Ohio, for allowance and settlement, and tbe same will be heard on the tnith day of June, A.l). 1U10, and set tled and confirmed II no exceptions are filed thereto: ADMINISTRATORS FOB FINAL BETTLF.M ENT Perry 0. Good, administrator of Armlnda Good, deceased. Caroline Hlegrlst, administratrix of And rew Slegrlst, deceased. GUARDIANS FOB FINAL BKTTLKMKNT. J. H. PutliolT. guardian of Bernard Zum- walde. Pearl H. Money, guardian or .ova 1j. Money. GUARDIANS FOB PARTIAL SETTLEMENT. Agner Winner, guardian of Henry Rut- SChllllllR. P. F. DUUAN, probate judge. June 10. 1910. 8-8t Look Here ! Ths Wagner Loan Agency is the only agency In Mercer Coun ty that will make Chattel Loans so you can pay them back in weekly or monthly payments, or In fact any way to suit the borrower. We make farm loans at 6 per cent. We have $60,000.00 to loan on Chattel Security. We have f 150,000.00 of private money to loan on Keal Estate ' Security, We buy and sell Heal Estate. We write Fire and Cyclone Insurance. Hustneaa Htrlctly Confldesitlal. The VA6NER LOAN AGENCY IRA E. WAGNER, Mgr. CELINA, OHIO t Tha Coiniiilaaloners laat Friday ordered ths Auditor to sdvertlas ths lale of 114 Mer cer County bond for tho u and benefit of the Heaver Ullch Improvement, In denom inations of fMO each, with per cmt. In terest, payable as follows: Id bonds III IVIl, VII In 1MI2, III IW1H, W in IW4, W In lulft, ld bonds to be sold on Haturilny, July In. The following bills were allowed by the Hoard hut Friday and payable on and after theg-.'nd: A. A. Kolp, stationery ! K. W. Price Co., pens 76 Hiirri'tt Hro blanks ' Kd lliiaixiliiiau, aaalatlng eiigliif-r H 00 K. If. Ford, aaalatlng Proaeciitor Htate va.CoBtea liaylon lllnnk Hook and I'tg.Co., 1 1 i - uor receipts s 10 W. N. Hmlth, aaalatlng engineer 1 00 John Aller, same too Grlnime Jb Co., part bride contract ... Rial 00 J. F. and F. J. Hoy ng. sewer tile 8 to Philip Unn. Janitor's salary It 0" Iiolph Graves Post, G.A.K., Iecora tto4 Iay expense 28 00 Frank Rodger, tile across Addy pike 6 t0 8. M. Burnett, bridge contract, Mill er bridge r2 60 laaac Hnavely, fill at Nolan bridge.... 7 76 Hrookvllle Bridge Co.. 1'avTs bridge contract 17 00 Hume, Heverna bridge 2:17 00 Hume. Nolan bridge - "7 00 Celina liemocrat, stationery 6 iin Celina Machine Works, receivers 20 7 F. A. Snyder, aoldler's relief notice . . 1 6n (illtwrg t "o., subscription to Hbaer- ver 1 00 J. A. Koemer Co., rent for Surveyor's olllce 1 0 John Hohnian, land appralseraccount 5 to l. F. KulTner, same -- Herman Wennlng, name. - J. A. Murlln, lame John G. Kulm, same M. W.Schroyer. same 611 60 .'. 101 M SO 60 '.. 42 00 147 0C Iililon Smalley, asalstlng engineer.... IV 0o otto Wltten, aame 44 40 M. l.utz, siiine If Pike Directors The Hoard appointed Win. Leonard aa su perlntendent of the Mott pike and Stephen Bergman superintendent of the Mescher pike. Merrltt Fryalnger tendered his reslgna tlon u auperlntendent of the Geo. Fryaln. ger pike aud same was accepted. The Hoard then appointed Edward High as su perlntendent of this pike. The following claims were allowed: Themnn 4 Schulte, brick I'-'l 00 Frank Fischer, supt. Wiltshire pike lbi 26 Anthony Kahllg, supt. Iienny pike... 14 20 Amos Ulmer. supt. Union and Recov ery pike Wl 7l Albert Muthert, gravel 6 75 C. J. Schumm, supt, Schumin pike 14 Ml S. S. Younger, supt. Union and Cen. terplke 12 '."8 J. W. Maurer, same 42 75 John Jutte. gravel 87 75 Jas. Moeder, supt. Mader and Voss... 0 4V GUADALUPE Frank A. C. Sehwleterman ruled off some necessary business in Lima last week. MaDy people enjoyed an interesting sight on Friday evening of last week, when they saw the baloon rise in Cold water. Shortly after its ascension the aeronaut was plainly seen to make bis descent in a parachute. The balloon then traveled directly eastward, aud when close to the church here it was only at an elevation of 1-0 feet, land ing in a Held on Mr. Huelmann's farm close by. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Center TownHhlp, Mercer County, Ohio, I Celina, June 1, lull). NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the Board of Education of Center School Iilstrlct, Mercer County. Ohio, will receive sealed bids for the necessary changes and repairs to tbe school buildings of said dis trict, made necessary by the orders of the State Inspector of Buildings. Said changes and repairs consist In part of vaults and screens for seme, pulntliig, plastering, calclminlng, flooring, one steel lire escape, rehtingliig of doors. Part I Hpeclilcatlons for work In Dis trict Nos. 1, 6, Band 10 maybe had of H. K. Townseud. Part 2 -Specifications for work In Dis trict Nos. 4, 7 and 0 of J. J. Stoner. Part 8 Hpeclilcatlons for work In District Nos. t. 8 and H may be had of liaytou Fast. Hlds will be accepted separately on Parts 1, 2 and 3, or on all the work as a whole. AH bids to he filed with the Clerk of said Board by 12 o'clock M. June 2.1. 11". No bid accepted unless accompanied by a guarantee deposit of The right la reserved to reject any or all hills. By order Board of Education of Center School District. H. 8. LEWIS, Clerk. Celina, K.l, No. 8. 7-4t NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of Gertrude Winker.deceased. THE UNDHRsrGNEIV HAS BEEN AP POINTED and qualified as executor of the estate of Gertrude Wlndker. late of Mercer County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 15th day of June, A. P. 1910. HENRY LENNARTZ, Executor. J u ne 17. 1010. -8t NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of J. Henry Wlndker, deceased. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN appuilibeu nuu uniiuou ... rtvu-". of the estate of J. Henry Winker, late or Mercer oouniy, uuio, ueceaawu. Dated this 16th day of June. A.l). 1010. HENRY LENNARTZ, Executor. June 17. IMO. 0-8t Real Estate for Sale 9(1 nfrfl? Four miles east of Montezu ma, on pike, good frame S.W F1VI WW iinllHfl, frame barn, orchard well, cistern, 8-4 mtle of school. Possession March 10. Price, S316BO. iir- t V.O.TA aanaral nthaf farm a ATI li town properties which we will gladly show. short a DonovAii, REALTY AGENTS. Scranton Building. OELINA.O. xnree nunureu ouu uniofccd m.u.a, eq uated in Ashtabula Oounty close to Jeffer son, the county seat of Ashtabula Oounty, ranulng from $20 per acre upwards. Good buildings, best of soli; raise fine wheat, oats and corn ; plenty of good fruit, good water; plenty of good beech, maple and walnut billiuei , mini. mllD " ' " . acres. Bargains if sold at once. For fur ther information cuu uu ur .uurva. Farms for Sale! TI.3W2sr.2r Lc:n A:tr.:y, Cslina.O. HOT IN ANY TRUST OUR RED OR WHITE OIL gives a bright light and does not smoke the chimney. For Incubators it has no equal, upon receipt of Six Dollars we will ship you one barrel, containing 52 gallons. If the empty barrel is returned to us, we will pay you $1.25 (or it. Write for samples of our Lubricating Oils and Creese, sent by mail free of charge. INDEPENDENT OIL COMPANY REFERENCE WY BANK MANSFIELD. OHIO What's in McClure's Koosevelt, tint most talked of private citizen, ami tlm German Kmperor, ttie most talked of sovereign, are the sub jects of articles in the July McC'i.I'kk'h. Hotti papers are by Sydney Brooks, a well known Kntflisli political writer and botli so rock! that the magazine Is induced to tueak its rule of not print ing two articles by t lie same author in one number. Mr.lirooks tells "What Kurope Thinks of Hoosevelt," and his paper, "The Keal Kaiser," is said by those who should know to be the best article ever written about that pict uresque ruler. Klizabeth Shepiey .Ser geant writes of the shocking cond itions under' which false hair, "willow" plumes, artificial Mowers and other tliiDgs sold in the great shops are man ufactured in New York tenements; John Burroughs answers theexponents of the "new psychology" who declare that animal behavior is not governed by reason or instinct, and Senator Piatt gives bis side of tbe (jiarfield Conkling feud. Jack London contri butes "The L'nparalled Invasion" to an exceptionally strong fiction number. Other stories are "From One Genera tion to Another" by Arnold Bennett; "The Translation of (iiovanna" by Amanda Mathews; "The Aluminum Dagger" by Austin Freeman; "The Poet Who Saved J I is Youth" by Helen S. Thoimis ami "Cora.ou" by (ieorge Pattullo. HAMBURGER 6 COflTE REALTY AGENTS Have for sale near Celina, O., 80 acres of good land, fine buildings, well fenced and tiled. i3 acres, with buildings, fenced and tiled. HO acres, with buildings, fenced and tiled. 50 acres, no buildings. !l acres, no buildings; fenced and tiled. 41) acres, no buildings, but fenced and tiled. 40 acres, in Butler township; good 7 room dwellings and other build ings. 84 acres in Franklin township; build ings, fenced and tiled. IOO acres in I'niou township, fine buildings, fenced and tiled. (50 acres in I'nion township, good buildings, &c. Celina town property in all parts of the town, upon which we can make you liberal prices and easy terms. We are also agents for the Celins Realty Co. Said company is prepared to build upon choice lots dwellings to suit the purse of the purchaser. HAMBURGERS CO ATE Office, Union Hluclc, above Rlley (irlflltb Hard ware Store. CKI.1NA, OHIO. I aOOEY 1 B AT 5 PER CENT 71 OH FIRM JJ PROPERTY We are still loaning money at tbe above rate. WK ALSO WRITK FIRE IND TORNADO INSURANCE Give ue a call before you insure your property or borrow your moneyt Phone 363, or call and see BROOKHART & MURLIN Richardson Bldg, CBIilNJk. OHIO. I MM 60 YEARS . Trade Marks 40 Designs 'IIOifiH Copyrights 4c Anyone sending a Bitot oh and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether n Invention Is probably pftlonlahle. Communica tions strict lyconDlent.lttl. HANDBOOK on Patents ent free. Oldest aueucy for securing- patents. Patents taken throuuh Munn & Co. reoalrs tpeciol notice, without chante, laths Sclettilftc Jltnericax A banrtsomely illustrated weekly. I,art Mr. cnlation of any scientlUo journal. "Terms, S3 a yenri four tuuntua, L Bold lyall newadfalera. lirauoh OAce. HH V BU WaahliiKtun, D. U ir 4 BIG IlOL-OJCEfl FIHE TO BE REPRODUCED One ol tb Features cl the Oblo Valley Exposition. Cincinnati, 0. (Special.) At-ranneuit-ntu bave been perfected an'l work tvgun for the reproduction for exhibition purposes of on of the most famous firci In history tha LurhiuK of llio big ktcamLlp dock3 and aevurul ot-caiiKolng vessclg at Hobokeu, N. J., sct rul years ago. It bus long bt'i-u uu tstubllahi'd fact that tbe vast itcut ral public would ra'hcr see a fire than witness any other kind of spectacle that might bo offered them In the line of a catas trophe or calamity. This la evidenced at every rlnglut of the fire belli, which bring upectutors from far and near to "ee the machines run" and to witness the work of the firemen after the scene of the conflagration la reached. When the spectacle, "Fighting the Flumes," was produced aonie years ago by Claude Hagen, the well-known purveyor of public amuse ments, It was thousht that t he acme of realism 'n shows of this kind had been reached. Iiut It seems that there was room for even greater spectacular effort, and again it is Mr. Hagen who has discovered this. His plans for a "tire" kIiow, entitled "Fighting Flames on Phlj) and Shore," have been accepted ty tbe Ohio Valley Kxpositlon, and under the direction of the Inventor the work of Installing this thrilling spec tacle Is now going 011. the plans call ing for Its erection on the banks of the canal, and contracts making It imperative that all work shall be completed some weeks before the opening of the Exposition on Aug. 29, so that a perfect performance may be given when this big industrial en terprise Is thrown open to the public. "Fighting Flumes on Ship and Shore" will show how the fire on the Hobo ken docks was combatted by the fire fighters on land and by the firehoats of the New York department. There will be thrilling leaps from the masts of ships into the water, niiraculuus escapes, exciting scenes in which passengers aud firemen will take part in fait, as perfect a reproduc tion of that mammoth marine confla gration as ran possibly be pictured. Several hundred people will be em ployed in the production, which will be given In a prominent location in the amusement section of the Exposi tion. Legal Notice Non-Residence. ANIIKKW J. lil.KASON AND JULlt'S A. Gleanon, whose residences are un known, and their unknown heirs ami de-vli-ees, allof who-e residences are unknown, will take notice that on the 14th day of June, mm, J. H. Aluers, as Treasurer of Mer cer County filed Ills petition In the Com mon 1'leei Court, Mercer County, Ohio, In Case No. Kifil, airninst the above named par ties, praylnx for the sale of certain real estate hereinafter descrllied, and to apply the proceeds of said sale to the payment of taxes and assessments that stand charged aualnst said real estate, which taxes and assessments have not been paid within the time prescribed by law for the payment of the same. Wald real estnte being- described as follows, to-wlt: Meing- Ixt Number Twenty-two iMiK Alexander Addition to the Incorporated Vlllaue of Rockford. Ohio; the same belnu re-r.tmibered In 1HH1 and now helim known as Lot Number One Hun dred and KlKlity-one ( lsl 1 of said Village. hald action Is brought under lavoroi lor mcr Section 1KH, Kevised Htntutes of Ohio. or as now known. Sections iftl7, m. ;70, J71. 2ii72 and Jnl'i of the General Code 01 Ohio. Said parties are required to answer saici petition on or before the nth day of August, mill, or Judgment will be tnken attalnst them. J. B. ALBKRS, as Trensurer, PialntUT. Cdlna, Ohio, June IB, lull). John (i. Homer. Attorney. IMt BUSINESS COLLEGE Students placed in position in May are: Fay Weaver, Lima Loco. A Mach. Co. H. N. Hall, Armour Packing Co. A. R. Jones, L. S. & M. 8. Ky. Dorothy Kamerer, K. I). Webb 4 Co. Edw. Gillen, L. E. W. Ky. Margaret Davis, M. Y. M. Co., Lima. Arlo Hick, P. F. Suit. Lima. Carrie Brown. E. E.Everett, Atty. Mary Caldwell, Gas Power Producing Co. Leefe Clabaugh, F. J. Banta & Son. Maude Oox, 1). O. Henderson, Atty. F. J. Brockort, L. E AW. Co. Grace Eaton, P. A. Kahle ft Co. Delia Davis, Lima Rubber Co. Anna Evans, Bten., Mt. Vernon, O. Ella Doerlng, Carson, Plrle Scott. Low Rates for Summer School Notice of Teachers' Examinations. Meeting! for the elimination of applicant for teacheri' certificate!, for either common, high or pecial.willbe held at the Wet School Buildini, in Celina, on the hrit Saturdar of each month of the year, 1 "Eiaminationi for pupili who wh to fraduate from the elementary ichooli will be held in Celina on the third Saturday of April and the third Sat urday of May. S. COTTERMHH, Pr.iident; A. C. EIFERT. Clerk: J. W. CLIFTON,. Members of Board of County Eiaminera. PILES FISTULA AND aU, DISEASES OF THE RECTUM Dr. MrOilui annonno to fh profanfon ind ih tnlli Hint h utakM a ptMUUy of the d !. iil Iib haul 'M yvn conrtauit xparicneo. N- aiu ml tto (ietantioQ from bujiiiMH. Bladder, Kidney, I'IihvI aiir) Skin Diteama and PlatnM of Wimn. KITH 1IK HOOK ON RWTil IHWK48S8 rKlT) ami laUttMUMUta t (rakiaaU auratl. btaUithad itun). DR. J. J. McCLELLAN O i'Svok BuilJino. H t nl broad Street CCLUSUS, 111 'NvsWft. isbssi r'ny Eye Symptoms Many people enjoy nnletidld vision, hut have eye lniiM-rfeeilons of which they are not colischius. Hi nilai'hes. nervousliios. neuralgia, Indlgeailon ami many oilier dior-4I.-1 .' indiums of serious tr"i-bli-s. we relieve the alove troulilis hy menus of glafs. liich remove tin train from the eyes and nervous system. CotiMiiUafKin and Kxaiif Illation coat 3 oil not Itlnif. 01nhausen& Smith JKWH.HH A.M Orl H'IANH, 123 South Main St., Celina, 0. IN PROBATE COURT Last will and testament of Mary Koss, deceased, filed for probate. For hearing; June 17. Last will aud testament of John Miller, deceased, admitted to prohste and record. Election of Mary A. Mill er, widow, filed. Mary A. Miller and Wm. Miller appointed and qualified aa executors. Inventory and appraise. ment June IH. Last wills and testaments of (Jcr truAm Bti.l J HenrT Wlndker. deceas ed, admitted to probate and record. Henry lnnartz appointed and quali fied as executor in both cases. Inven tory and appraisement dispensed witb In f.irmer tuiointnient. in latter case inventory and appraisement fixed for June --. In tlie matter of the last will and testament of Andrew Walter, deceased, election of Jennie Walter, widow, Hied. lnaniu tfZmrtncr. administratrix of the estate of S. H. Shaw, deceased, men inventory ana appraisement. las will und teatament nf Marw Ross, deceased, admitted to probate) and record. J. K. Hoss, I. H. Koss and T. C. Koss appointed and qualified executors. Inventory and appraise ment June ul. Kecorded minister's license of Kev. Albert Stevens. Kecorded minister's license of Kev. Nicholas Welseu, (.'.KP.S. In lta mutter of the estate of John Miller, deceased, inventory and ap praisement filed. Neptune and Center Township is in the grip of an epidemic of measles, thirty cases having- been reported within the past couple of weeks. LEGAL NOTICE The State of Ohio. Mercer County, ss. In Mercer Common Pleas Court. KHza A. Tlndall, Plaintiff, v. Simeon Kransllti Tinilnll. Defendant. OI.MEON FKANKI.1S TINDAI.L.WHOSK O place of residence Is unknow n, will take notice that on the jvth day of June, Ivlu, lu the i '..iiiiiuiii Pleas Court of Mercert'ounty, Ohio, where the action Is now- pending, the undersigned, r.nza a, i inoaii. nieu ner pe tit on agiilnst said Simeon Franklin Tln dall. pravlng for divorce from him. for ali mony and for custody of their minor child. Bertha Idella Tindall. now aged six years. The said Simeon Franklin Tlndall Is re quired to answer petition In said action not Inter thMii six weeks after the 21th day of June, lMO, tbe day of the llrst publication of this notice, or such divorce and relief may lie grunted. KLI.A A. TINDALL. Plaintiff. John Kramer. Attorney. 10-ilt Cktte h Money to Loan on Horses, Cattle, Farm Implements and Growing Crops at low rate. You can pay back at any time and stop interest. Iiusincss strictly confi dential. For particulars call on The Celina Mortgage Loan Co. WK'KOKF KI.Ot'K, MAIN AM) MARK KT BTS., I'KI.ISA, O. FARM LOANS At 5 per cent on 5 Years' Time With the privilege (written In your mortgage) of paying any sum lu the multiple of 1100 at any riMK and stop ping interest. Will also write your In terest payable any time during the year that you desire to pay the same. No other loan agent In Mercee County ever wrote a mortgage with these priv ileges. Will loan on first niortgnge up to Wi per acre. ED. L.BRYS0N, Celina. FHE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE LIGHT RUNNING. Ifron wanteltheraVibratlnEPhuttle. Rotary Shuttle or a Hlngle Thread Chain &tilch bewlug Machine write to THE IEW HOME IEWINI MACHINE COMPANY Orange, Mass. Many sewlne machines are aiade to sell reardl at quality, bultba ew Jlome ! made to wear. Our cnaranty never runs out (fold by HBttaorlzed aeolera only. roa sals ST r.lrs. II. I. SCIIUIiCK, West Fayette St., Celina, O.