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NAVAL SPECTACLE Drawing Immense Crowds ami Demands Are Made for Continuation. It '. H iwonl-breakiiitf spkhoii with thi l.Ht,'''iii thu Iii-h u 1 1 lu I Kentucky resort, just aiTOM the Ohio rlvnr from t'iiiriiinuti. Nvr bet'iirw huve io in 11 ii y tliouiHiiili thronged thu jmrk M have I lice the opouiiiK of the ureal naval apxctaclu now hmiiK kIvu oil tin' liikn. TIim ISattle of the Monitor uml Morrlmac has nimbi a (lchlii hit ami ilcinaiiiU have come from various c tiom of Ohio, Iniliiina, Kentucky uml even V'at Virginia for a continuation of the ni'eetacle through another week. Manitfcr Weaver Iiiih not been able to wholly respond to thiNe culls a a ar ruriKiinMiU for micceeiliiiK battles are ill PROBATE COURT J, II. Mtentjenian, executor of the es tate of Herman Vappelhort, defeated, IHeit iiroi'oeilintti to net! real catale. llearliiK had and order of public Male Issued. l.ant will and testament of John S. l'umphrey, deceased, admitted to pro bate and record. Illation to widow to elect Issued. 1.. H. l'umphrey and J. Samuel l'umphrey appointed and Hiialilied a exeiulora. Inventory and Rppraiaement July T. I'eter lUrliUK". Ruardian of Iternard SchniKe, tiled lecouit partial account, Kor hearlnif July ;io. Win. J. I nerer, jfuardian of Win. N. Stetler, Hied aecond partial account. 1'or hearin July .1(1. The last will and testament of Yitti llein. (lecease.l, tiled for probate. Kor henrini! July (.eoiMe Heier, executor of the estate of flii tip Keler, deceased, filed final account. For heariuc July !IU. J. V. I leach appointed and iUallled as guardian of J.uke McCarty.a minor. The last w ill and testament of A. 1'urily, deceased, filed for probate. Tli 1' anions Lagoon at Ludlow, Kentucky. comileie,biit the Monitor and Merriiiim will continue to bo the attraction till the middle of next week, closing Wed nesday niht and lieinjr succeeded Thursday by the battle of Maiiiln Hay w here Admiral Dewey's Meet triumphed over the Spanish force ol greater num bers and possessed of (treaterurnianelit. These naval battles are the most pre teiitious free attraction ever uiveii by any summer park in this part of the country. At theSt. l.ouis World's Kair an admission fee of ." cents was charged Io see these ships in action but Mana ger Weaver has found that prosperity is better wooed to theSumnier Dark by making exhibitions of this sort !r',, of charire. lie well proves his belief in the "free" idea, for in addition to the naval battles there are free moving ture shows, and free concerts, one meert in the lower part of park alter- nooil and evening, the other on club house verandas. The Dark Stock Co., with llerschel Mayall and Miss IMim Kllsmere in the leads is meeting with success at the I.agoon theatre. The attraction next week, will lie Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde. I'i Kor hearing July 1!. Agnes Schneider appointed and qual ified as administratrix of Charles Schneider, deceased. Inventory and appraisement July .1. Joseph (iuggenbiller appointed and qualified as guardian of Hosn, Koma, ( iliva, Constain and Anhtony J. (iug genbiller, minors. In the matter of the estate of Charles Schneider, deceased, application Ifiled for Die appointment of appraisers, by the surviving partner of the partner. ship firm of Schneider Jiros. THE FURNISHED ROOM A Tragic Tale In Which Mingles the Scent of Mignonette. Big Realty Deal A deal was ell'eeted yesterday by which the Cerman Aid Society of this city secured the old St. Charles Hotel property, southwest corner of Main anil W'arren streets. It has a frontage of 1(17 feet. Consideration, ?.1(i front foot. A modern ::-story building is to supplant the present structure. CUPID'SlflGTIMS City Mai'. Carrier Arch D. Cordier and Miss Mayme Kaurot were quietly united in marriage by Dev. J. M. And erson, at the home of the ofliciating clergyman, West Fayette street, last Sunday evening. Following the cere mony the young couple went to tlie home of the bride's parents, where a hue wedding supper was served. The groom is a son of Mrs. Km ma Cordier, North Sugar street, and i.s one of Celina's most popular young men. Previous to beginning his duties as mail carrier in this city he taught school in dilferent parts of this county and also in Van Wert county. The bride is the pretty and accom plished eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Kaurot, West Wayne street, and since graduating from the local high school, in I!mi."i, has been one of the popular teachers in the West Side school. They will make their home in the Scranton property, West Livings ton street. The Democrat, joins their big host of friends in extending beany felicitations. Marriage Licenses Issued (iusta W. Jackson, well driller, Celina, son of A. J. Jackson, and An ne tt a Carpenter, lid.Jellerson Township, daughter of li. I1'. Carpenter. Dev. Banders. James O. Felver, 'Jl, farmer, Hock ford, son of Clark Kelver, and Alia V. liriiir, is, Liberty Township, daughter of Hriur. Arch D. Cordier, ii(, mail carrier, Celina, son of D. If. Cordier, and Mayme M. Kaurot, 'J.'f, school teacher, Celina, daughter of Daniel A. Kaurot. Dev. A ndorson. John A. Snavely, l!l, horseman, Lib erty township, son of John Snavely, and Mary 14. Woods, IK, Celina, daugh ter of Aaron Keefer. Dev. Danders. Clayton M. Profti tt, 21, farmer, Hope well township, son of Kiley Prof li tt, and Sarah 14. Reynolds, 17, Hopewell township, daughter ol Jacob Reynolds. Kv. Johnson. Samuel X. Tucker, 20, farmer. Van Wert County, son of ltiehard Tucker, and Arminta Sapp, Hi, filackcreek township, daughter of (Jeo. W. Sapp. Dev. Shearer. SOCIAL GOSSIP A number of relatives and friends gathered together last Sunday at the home of Mr. and M rs. John (iottsehalk, at St. Marys, to help them celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. A number of residents of the east end of the county were among the guests which included Charles tlottschalk and family, Henry Meyers and family, John Cain and wife, David Kandabaugh and family, Arnold Cain and fa nily, Harmon Deerhake and family, Harvie Wilkin and family, Floyd Houts, John Uottscbalk, Jocie, Kdith and Sadie Meyers and Mary Hiney. (Continued from piure tour.) Miss Il'rctta Sprowls it was in the theaters, tint Mrs. Jiooncy she was. ; M.v house i.s well known for respect.'i ', bilil.v. The marriaso certificate linns framed, on a nnil over" "What kind of a lady was Mi.s; Sprowls in looks, I mean?" "Why, black haired, sir; short and Mont, with a comical face. They left a week ago Tuesday." "And before they occupied it?" "Why, there was a single gentleman ( connected with the draying business, lie left owing nip a wee!;. I'.efore him was Jlr.i. Crowdcr and her two chil dren tli.-it slaved four months, mul I ark of th::in was old Mr. Doyl wljo::e sens paid for him. lie kept the room tix months. That goes back .year. s;r, anil further I do not remem ber." lie thanked her and crept hack to his room. The r.oin was dead. The esii ii. e that had vivified it was gone. The pcrfuaie of ml.-inouct tc had de parted. In its place wm the old. .stale odor of moldy house furniture, of at mosphere in storage. The ebbing, of his hope drained his faith. He sat staring at the yellow. Kinging gaslight. Soon hi? walked to the bed ami began to tear the sheets into strips With the blade of his knife he drove them tightly into every crevice around windows and door. When all was snug am) taut lie turned out the light, turned the gas full on again and laid himself gratefully upon the bed. tt It was Mrs. .MeCooI's night to go with the can for beer So she fetched it and sat with Mrs. I'ur;Iy in one of lliov;. subterranean retreats where iaoiisokeepers foregather and the worm clicih seldom. "I rented out my third floor, back, this evening." said Mrs. I'uril.v across a line circle of foam. "A young man tools it. lie went up to bed two hours ago." "Now, did ye, Mrs. Purely, ma'am?" said Mrs. McCool, with intense ad miration. "You do be n wonder for rentin' rooms of that kind And did ye tell him. then?" she concluded In "5? Rev. Father .John Daly, the noted Irish Catholic priest, who will have a return engagement at the Celina Chautauqua on Sunday afternoon, July 21. husky whisper, laden with injalery, "Itooms," KttlU Mrs. I'urdy In her furriest tones, "are furnished for to rent. 1 ilhl not tell hint. Mrs. McCool." "'Tla right tire, mn'iim; 'tis by roiithi' rooms wo knpo alive Ye have :, V:j il,n f Pi'! ih 'i IV . ''', it i. . u ' in : 1 Z u "VMIO (Ml'I'i'IlK IHH IIOOM 1 HAVE HF FolIK I OA Ml-.?" the rale sense for business, ina'ani. There be many people will rayjlct the rentin' of a room if (hey be build n suhiile has I ;i after dyln' In the bed of It." "As you say. v.e has our living to be making." remarked Mrs. Dimly. "Vis. ma'am; 'tis true. 'TIs Just one wahe ago this day 1 helped ye lay out the third lloor. back A pretty slip of n colleen she was t be killln' herself wld the gas a swate little face she had. Mrs. I'urdy. ma'nin." "She'd V been culled handsome, ns you say," said Mrs. Durdy, assenting, but critical, "but for that mole she had a-growin' by her left eyebrow. Do Cll up your glass again. Mrs. McCool." PAULDING FARfilERS GET BUSY Will Put It Up to the Voters to See What They Think of Experiment Farm. Putnam County Sentinel. The farmers of Paulding County are awake and looking alter their own best Interest. Paulding wan the llmt place to have a week ly Agricultural school. It had shiiki at its own expense and be fore the law authorizing the state to pay the e peiinii had been passed. Again Paulding County fanners are In the lead. A petition of more than live percent of the voters has been tiled with the County Commissioners asking for a vol" of Die people at the coming November election upon the luestlon of purchasing a County experiment larm. The farmers and tax payers have estimated that the farm will more than pay for Itself the 11 rs t year. The vino is sure to carry. The bankers, grain de ilers, graiigi s, farmer institute ollicei. and lea. Meg anil progressive farmers are ,ui p.. an lug the enterprise along. Putnam County should not be at the foot of the class. A letter received from the odenwellcr (rain and llevalor Company, of otto, vllle, shows that I ho men at the head of that big business institution are read V to help a good cause along. Its up to the thinking and business farmers of Putnam County to get busy. Do It now. One bushel of grain added to each ctllHvMted HITH U'lll 11,1V fur nn Alirl.lv I acre farm and more in one year. After the first year the farm will keep itself. Do It now. IMPORTANT We advertise to send our "i-ton steel frame l'itless Scale on approval. Mis understanding a letter from J. J. lieall cliand, who oniy wanted a price, wo will soon have a scale at Celina which will bo sold at a reduction to save storage or reshipping. The first rea sonable oiler will be taken. Address JONliS OK HIMillAMTON, MM X St., llinghampton, X. Y. Mr. and Mrs. John issenbeck, of Cincinnati, were guests this week w ith Councilman and Mrs. Henry l.ennartz. Building a Mighty Good Town St. Marys (Jraphic Jos. Yamlerliorst is building up the city of Celina. Ho was awarded an other contract over there a two-story brick odxllMl, for the new Jasperson Mersinan Company. This is the third contract he has received this season. The first was a brick structure mix Km, the second also a brick liilxHI, All told ho will use a million brick. The last contract entails a cost of $'.i,0(i(l. Mr. Vanderhorst is indeed a very busy man, but he's just got to keep an eye on the bees in his mother's apiary, at Minster. Maybe it is from the bees he's getting all his inspiration. Jos. has also pros pects of getting the contract for build ing the new church at St. Itosa. It's the busy man that is getting all the work the la.y man doesn't want any. The Northwestern Ohio harness makers will meet in convention In this city next Wednesday and Thursday. Personal Our old friend John Spoltman, of Coldwater, made ut a brief call Tues day while In town, Mr, and Mn, Oeo. Graham, of Hock ford, and Aaron I.awson, of Ohio City, were among our callers on the fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Hots Hlght, of Okla homa, who are guests of relatives In this city, spent the Fourth with friends at Wapakoneta. J. 1). l'ulskamp, wife and daugh ters are visiting this week with the former's brother, Dr. Ilernard l'uls kamp, at Home City, Ind, Mr. and Mrs. Cuas. Vangier, of Kalamazoo, Mich., are here spending their honeymoon with the former's sister, M rs, Knoch Heh lesser and family, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Crow, jr., ol Cleveland, visited this week with their parents, J. N. Crow and family and C. J'. I, ust and family In Center Township. Alfred and Miss Ada Craig, of Portland, Ind., and Druggist and Mrs. H. It. Klndelof Coldwater, were Fourth visitors witli Village Clerk and Mrs. J, M. Waiter. Mrs. Kllabeth Hardin of this city has gone to Venice, III., for a several months' stay with son John and fami ly in that city and son Charles, who resides at St. Louis, 111. John Brandts and John Hassenauer and daughter, Miss Amanda, were fourth visitors with Mr. Hassenauer's daughter, Mrs. Wm. lleiersdorfer and family, Kast Warren street. William Hettinger, of Coldwater, was in this city last Friday etiroute to Canton, where he has a big contract of decorating the interior of St. l'eter's Catholic Church in that city. Harry Junenian, of Wltchita.Kans,, visited here this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry J lineman and other relatives. Thia ii Harry's first visit home In six years and be notes many changes in the old town. Over Sunday Charles Kvers and Harry Swart., ofChicago, 111., old tlmefrleiids, spent the day here with him. Found Old WellLoaded A curious accident occurred at the John Kruger borne in Center township on Sunday morning. A bout three years ago the wind-pump in the Kruger yard was struck by light ning and since that time the water In well has been boiling up, indicating the presence of gas. Sunday morning Kd and Tlmrman Kruger, together with Dan and Will llowick, while examining the well, dropped a lighted match In and a loud explosion followed, resulting in pain ful burns to all the boys, Dan being the most seriously injured. Dr. La n gel was called and dressed the burns. (fa ft) ""'""I If I (o) (2) For the Cincinnati Dai ly Post, the Ohio Far mer and Celina Demo crat, all one year, is our best combination THE OHIO FARM LAWS FOR ALL OUR SUBSCRIBERS EVERYBODY READ THIS! THG OHIO FARM LAWS with Business Forms and Model Business Letters, is a book for the Farmer, Landlord, Tenant, Laborer, Village Business Man, and all other persons connected with farming or 'living in a farming community. This book has over 300 pages, is bound in good cloth and the following; table of thirty-seven chapters shows the wide scope of the laws it contains. TABLE OF CHAPTERS 0lo Farm ul I ;jt. 'NBSIXntRs . ' 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Animals. Agricultural Societies, Etc. Bees. Boundary Lines. Bounties for Killing Pests. Chattel Mortgages. Contracts. 8 Conveyances of Real Property. 9 Criminal Laws. 1 0 Dairy and Food Laws. I I Descent of Property. 12 Dower. 1 3 Drainage (Ditch Laws) 1 4 Educational Matters. 1 5 Exemption of Property. 1 6 Farm and Wood Lands. I 7 Fence Laws. 1 8 Fruits and Fruit Trees. 1 9 Game Laws. 20 Grist Mills. 2 1 Health and Humane Provisions 22 Husband and Wife. 23 Law of Interest. 24 Landlord and Tenant. 25 Road Laws. 26 Taxation. 27 Time. 28 Time of Commencing Suits 29 Trespass. 30 Trees and Timber. 3 1 Water Courses. 32 Wills. 33 Weights and Measures. 34 Work and Labor. 35 Miscellaneous Laws. 36 Business Forms. 37 Business Letters. THE LAW OF THE FARM Every Chapter covers ita subject completely and contains the Law as it stands in force and effect in Ohio today. All the repeals are stricken out and all amendments added. It is a complete up-to-date i law of the farm. These valuable Laws and the 100 fine Business Forms and 40 Model Business Letters all concerning' farm matters, makes it a book that every man needs for his own use and the education of his sons. liOW TO OBTAIN THIS VALUABLE BOOK One year's subscription to CELINA DEMOCRAT OHIO FARM LAWS $1.00 2.00 Total $3.00 WE OIVE YOU BOTH FOR $1.50 LJY TO IRQPR IRF Cal1 at our office and subscribe, or send your subscrip- I Ivy W 1 Ks WlJkJVyl lJJij tion by mail, or telephone us and we will have our rep- rnuil, add IS cents for postage, etc. Both Phones No. 22 resentative visit you. If you desire the book sent by 1 C. C. CARLIN, Pub., Celina, Glilo NOT IN THE CIRCUS TRUST Ml Ml 0 BMA Juiy'21 America's Oldest, Richest Circus! A modernized, stupendous realization of all that is great in the cir cus world. Four rings, 3 combined menageries, hip podrome and great wild west, all united in one great est show on earth. r-mWfM OT-i P- Viaiw-iiiiMiwiMMiufaa 100 HEfl AHD WOMEN 400 HORSES Enormous Zoological Exhibit 30-Male and Female Riders - 30 AND EVERYONE STAR The great DeMolts, Roy O'Wessney, the Ortons, Miss Eunice, Mamie Ashton, Miss Ella Hackett, Sadie Connors, and 20 others equally expert and famous. 6 Great Aerial Thrillers 6 The wonderful DeComas, 1 he Lininger Trio, the Reck less Japs, the Glasscocks the DeBolien Bros., Etc, Etc. gaJJi3CnfiBDD!!raB(?t A v t ' "Sit Vf , I Ih-Wf 1 7 I FIAT OF f ' V St SIcin.TMAr.SKIlL r1 ' H .rjr'v? yti 1 ll't'L'l 'l . , Or TM AG I ..... v. '..-.. .. 1 ! . - .... . '.i'.. ii !l li "rHf TWrt' 1 1 rt ciiDAnnu , jWjiOVlLTItllj- COMPLETE WILD WEST Fifty Cowboys, $0 Cowgirls, SO real blanket Indians, Mexican horsemen, Vaqueros, Russian Cossacks and Japanese Scouts. Sinhalese Dancers and Magicians. Company of U. S. Cavalry in all kinds of fancy drills. FLYING MACHINE Prot. ZINTONEO, with his beautiful Monoplane, will give exhibitions daily at the Circus Grounds. WARREN TRA VIS fETES Lowanda's Eight Brazilian Riders The World's Greatest Horsemen 50 Clowns! 100 Feature Acts! 100 Gymnasts and Acrobats 10 Menage Acts! SO Aerialists! j E5T TROUPE Of 'mifATf&FlMH ON EARTH fXi ONLY ELEPHANT tyJ BRASS BAND INEXISTENCf Pl0 .A I Si 3 Famous Herds of Performing Elephants Including Glasscock's Famous Comedy Four Grand Camp of the Nations Entirely new and unique feature, comprising hundreds of strange peoples from the dark corners of the earth. $500,000 FREE STREET PARADE Two Performances Daily Doors open at 1:00 and 7:00 p.m. The only big show not in the circus trust, consequently there will be no advance in prices for seats or otherwise.