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I ! t y i : The Celina C. C. CAHL1N. pioprl.lut J AS K. CAKL1N, Local KJitvi Hi itr HutliUm, nmMina BiHir. Ku Irniu'M ltu Kithl Mni ki'l alrtrl. I Mlli'O 'phulltl St. lll.UItlll 'pltUU 111. ONE DOLLAR PKU YKAIt Willi Ohio Furiii l.aa 1 8" U'lllil'liialiilikll llly l'ol W IfAII autaerlptloni imynlili'lil ilviu't) TlIK l'KM.M II l I Will f.'i I t.hllllntml tllHIiy ulncrilHM' iio IhIU m r'iim lil in ir r iiiilni ly nnil pi i.mpl ly , II i-oinplnliil III Im' IMMilt tu 1111 ItllU'u. KKIl'AY, July I ", H'ln DEMOCRATIC TICKET ror i;nvrnir-- JI'PHDN IIAK.MON, ll.imllt.m. r.ir I.lt'iilcii.'uil ilovorncir ATl.KK i'o.MKI'.KNI', Pl.uk. Fur Fuprrm Court Juilo s - M. II. IX iN Miri', ivrry. J.Mi:S JollNSON'. (l;irk. For Attornfv Owr.il T1M0TIIV IIO'IAN. J.irkm. Tor Fftftnry of Pintc C HAHL1-H H 'illAVKS. Ottiw. F.ir Cleik Rupr.!ii Court I liAMC MKKAN, my.ihKii. K'T PtMe Tp 'f in-r D. s. Cu : .mi:ii. li. '.iiHint. Kor Pilry nti.l Commll'mcr S. l:. Si'KOI'i:, Cr.mf'r.l Kor Fchcvl C'lmnilfsliTii'r KHAN K MIl-LIMl. llDtiltf'iniory. For Mfinb'T I'onrJ of Tubllo AVork J. A. PTATKH, Allen. Kor M' Mil.i r nf ronirir-i- .1.11. tii K, of Aimlul.i'. Kor stult Si-imtor W. N. Mi A F f'KII. of rillilillllir. Kor t'oinmoil Pl-'in .luiltli II. T. M A i ll KHS. of Mulby. Kor Kcorf'iilutlvi' SAM I K.I. J. V IN INi. Kor t in k of l'iuirl WAi.TKH I.. JOtl NSi S. Kor SIhtHT- MIKI.I. M. FISH lilt. Kor I'oiinty Aiulltor JAM KS 1.. M"II1!"V. Kor Countv 'nnitnllniiiT - KIINK Mi l Ih'KK. KUKIi IIKIHV. ISAAC N. KIsKlt. Kor County Tn'iisuri'i JiilIN li. AI.llKltS. Kor County ltr.-onli r- uriiii c. riioM as. Kor County Survyor hll.l.nN l(. SMAI.I.K1 . Kor rroM'ciitlmr Attorney-- Ji H N li. If M Kit. Kor Inllrnmry IMrwtori- AS I'KKW HKINSWK'K. IIKMIY N1KIIAI S. . h: u. ;k ii. I'kkstms. for Corom r HA It II Y I.. H hillT. Cannon Substitute to Smooth Troubled Water l ni lc Joe Ciiiinon iliil not Wren his iinooititmcnt to si'i'ak at I'rljHMa, where ho was to have opcncil the Ki'publit'an oimirrossional I'll ill i in i i ti in Ohio. Ke- iiorts shv that "I'ni lo .loo" would not Kni'iik Imoaiiso somebody wanted to ooiisor his spciM-h he lore it was del i vered ami that I'nolc Joo insisted that he would make a spieeli to suit himselfor not at all. This roads like a i'ood excuse. It is more reasonable t believe, however, that I'lulo Joe was induced to stay away because lor It i t i to speak in Ohio at this time ami sound a key note for the I'linun 'ssional campaign would be cry embarrassing to llepiiblicall can di.lates lor Congress from this state who are trying to make the voters in their respective districts believe that they will be against 'atinon lor speaker next time. Former Congressman Jim Watson of Indiana whs sent to I'rbana to speak as a substitute for Speaker Cannon, and reports say that " I ' n le Joo could not have defended himself with half so much spirit if he had been there." Watson was a member of congress 1 I years, eight years of which he was the Republican "whip" of the house and h very loyal lieutenant of Speaker Can non, lie was just the man, therefore, to send to I'rbana as a substitute for 1'nolo as the champion and defender of stand-patters. According to reports "Mr. Watson made it very plain that so far as he is concerned no apologies will be offered for the tariff legislation enacted by the Republicans into the I'ayne-Aldrich law. He launched bodly into a de fense of that law and unmercifully Hayed the Republican insurgents." And, also, "Watson characterized Can non as the grand old man of his times, and said that in the light of history he would stand as one of the giants of his Vvvvv'Wvvv 13th Year in Celina Dr. MAHON, of Toledo, O. Specialist in Chronic Diseases i I ! I y y 1 5 ? y In all its varied forms. SKK HIM see his patients and if you are J not satisfied, don't take treatment. Persons desiring treatment should bring a small bottle of urine, as i it may assist in the diagnosis. Dr. Mahon carries all bis portable in- V struments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure cases. X UK. MAHON, 24C3 Fulton Street f Democrat time, mun ho refined tu iMcrlfioe principal to periomtl ambition." And, further, "Mr. Wntnoii took up th tariff scheduli kone by one mid defended each mill every provision of tint Payne. Aldrlch law. lie then punned tu dli culon of the much mooted question of the rules of cotigreii ami uVoUred for the justice of the position of the regular Itepiihllcaiua, bundling the in surgcnU a merciless arraignment," mnl so on, Thia la decidedly Interesting, It helps to lay bare the insincerity of those Republican candidates for con gress In this statu who are posslng in their districts as insurgents and foes of Cannon, but who will be found as loyal to Caution as ever when they get buck to Washington if th voter of their district are foolish enough to take them at their word nnil elect them. ELM PEOPLE IfM 111 Of the United States KverOut grow Their Haby Clothes and Learn to Walk. "That he is a public benefactor is tin doubtedly true," says llertha Toole Weyl in Woman'h IIomk Companion for Jul y. "Hut hit usefulness would be immeasurably increased if lie were, al lowed to extend his business, l'eople who live on the country routes would joyfully welcome a chance to send and receive pack. ago uy the rural carriers if the l'ost-oilice cpartment would charge only a reasonable rate for th service. ' I'nder the present postal laws costs eighty cents to send live pounds of rice by a carrier from tho village post-ollioe and general store to a cus tomer living: on a rural route, though for sixty cents the same package can be sent to l.ngland or any of twenty- nine foreign countries. Is it strange that fifteen million people carry their own parcels back and forth to town and that the Rural Free Helivery has an annual liellcit? 1 his deficit is not small. There are :ts,i; .1 routes which average annually ? 1 .'to in receipts and $s.-,o jn expenses. 1 tils means a net loss of JToO per rout or a total loss of ?i'7, oi l, soil, ouite n big price for failure to adopt ordinary business methods. "Several plans have been suggested to obviate this annual deficit. A special rate might be made for the rural ser vice, live cents for tho first pound and two cents for each additional pound up to eleven. Provision may be made for c arrying at special rates, packages ori ginating on the line of the special route as on an average trip a carrier handles but twenty pounds of mail with facili ties for handling live hundred pounds. All this could be done without any in crease in expenditure, and it is estimated that the increased grocery trade alone would cover tho dreaded ?J7,ol l,8lid deficit. "Consider what this increase in trade would mean to the country store. It would bring to its doors customers from a radius of twenty and thirty miles.it would reach the needs and purses of, on an average, four hundred and fifty people to a single delivery route, and, if you count all the routes, fifteen mil lion men, women and children, the number that the Parcels Post of the Rur al Kree Iielivery would benefit. Does it not seem as though they should be considered'.'" OF MACK A Kind Hearted Meddler and the Mistake He Made. By 0. HENRY. Copyright. 1907, by the McClure Com pany.J Me and old Mack Lon.sbury, we got out of that Utile Hide and Seek gold mine affair with nbout $10,000 npiece I say "old" MiieU. but he wasn't old. Forty-one, I should say, but he nl ways seemed old. "Andy," he says to me, 'Tin tiled of hustling. You mid me have been working hard together for three years, Say we knock off for nwhiie nud spend some of this Idle money we've coaxed our way." 'The proposition hits tfie just right," Bays I. "Let's be nabobs awhile and see how it feels. What'll we do. take 111 the Niagara falls or buck a faro';' "For a good many years," says Mack, I've thought that if I ever had ex May be consulted FKIili OK CIIA'lUJK in KNUISH and i KM AN at CKI.lNA, Saturday, July lid. at Hotel Ashley. Wnpakoneta, Friday, July 26, at Hotel Steinberg, MliiHtnr. Thursday, July 2H, at Hotel Houimor. Sidney, Monday. Wanner July 25, at Hotel HE TREATS Ohronlc Uisenses of tlie Nervoim Hys" tern, Olironlc litsenses of the I'lues tlve HyMteiu, Chronic lUsenses of the ? nespirniory nyxiem, licnito, t rum- A nry, Blood, Skin Diseases, all Ohronlc f. i y. J Acute and Chronic Catarrh f Tt uiseaaes oi oi uotu men ana women. Hi LAWMAKERS T RANSOM iniuiyuui iiuum'J I'd rem h lu rmiiii ' I'uliln noiiiewlirre. hire a Cliliitiiniiii to cook and alt In my slocking feet and rend Buckle's History of Civiliza tion.' " "Thiit outiiU self Indulgent nnil Cratifylnc wllfcout vulgnr osieiilutlon," say I. "nml I don't we how money could be better Invested Give mo a cuckoo clock and a 'Sop Winner's Self Instructor For the lliuijo' nml I'll Join you." A week afterward me and Muck lilts this small town of Tins, about thirty miles out from Iietiver, ami tliuls nu elegant two room houn that Just suits us. We tlcpoHlteil half a peck of mon ey lu the I'lmi bank ami shook hands with every one of the 340 citizens lu the town. We brought nloiij; the Chi naman and the cuckoo clock anil Hue Ulo and tho Instructor with us from Iienver, lind they made tho cubln seem like home ut mice. Never believe It when they tell you riches don't brluu happiness. If you could have seen old Mark Killing lu his rocking chair with his blue yarn sock feet up In the window mul ab sorbing lu that lluckle stuff through tils specs you'd have fcocu a picture of couteut that would have made liocko feller jealous. And I was learning to pick out "Old Zip Coon" on the banjo, 1 and the cuckoo whs oil time with Ills remarks, and All Sliiff was messing up WHEN 1 BTBCCK TOR CABIfJ I NE.WtLY FAINTED. the atmosphere with the handsomest smell of hum and Cg3 that ever laid the honeysuckle In the shade. When It got too dark to "make out Buckle's nonsense and the notes In the In structor me and Mack would light our pipes and talk. One evening Mack spoke up and asked me If I was much apprised in the habits and policies of women folks. "Why, yes." says I lu a tone of voice. "I know 'em from Alfred to Omaha. Tho feminine nature and si militude," says I, "is as plalu to my sifht as the Hocky mountains is to a blue eyed burro. I'm on to all their little sidesteps and punctual discrep ancies." "1 tell you. Andy," says Mack, with a kind of sih. "I never had the least amount of Intersection with their predispositions. Maybe 1 might have bad a proneness in respect to their vi cinity, but 1 never tool; the time. I made my own living since I was four teen, and I never seemed to get my ratiocinations equipped with the senti ments usually depleted toward the sect. 1 somen mew w ish i tmu. says old Mack. 'They're an adverse study," says I, "and adapted to points of view. Al though they vary In rationale. I have found 'em quite often obviously differ ing from each other In divergences of contrast. 'It seems to nip." goes on Mack "that a man had better take 'em In and secure his inspirations of the sect when lie's young n ltd so preordained 1 let my chance go by. and I guess I'm too old now to go hopping Into the curriculum." 'Oh. I don't know." 1 tells him "Maybe you better credit yourself with a barrel of money anil n lot of eman cipatiou from a quantity of uneoiitent. Still, I don't regret my knowledge or 'em." 1 nays. "It Hikes n man who un derstands the symptoms and byplays of women folks to take care of himself In this world." We stayed on in Plua because we liked the place. Some folks might en joy their money with noise and rap ture and locomotion, but me und Mack we had had plenty of turmoils u;id hotel towels. Tub people were friend ly; Ah Sing got the swing of the grub ve liked: Mack and Huckle were as thick as two body suatcbers, and, I was hitting out a cordial re.senibhinci PILES FISTULA AND ALL DISEASES OF THE RECTUM Pr. McOlelUn annonnoei to 4h prof e" Ion fend th )i'jblic ttiat lis Uiukna ipaelalty of theH dlasaMf nml li.ia Inirl id yeri oonilsiii cxperienre. No ifn nml no rtutnntion from buiinis. ltialder, Kldny, iiln.ul and Hkin DifeeatM and DIieo of Wumon. HIMTK VOU ItOOU ON BKCTAL DIHUHKH (FltKK ) mid iinJorwuiouUof patieuU ourd. tsUbliihcd WHO. DR. J. . McCLELLAN 4 East Broad Street Columbus, u. We Want Some One in Mercer County We want some one in Mercer County to act as our agent, selling household articles (not sold in stores) among: neighbors and friends. Agents in other counties are doing well and bave no competition. Very attractive goods at low prices. Write to-day for cata logue and liberal proposition. Ad dress Tim Yankkk Novkltv Co., Columbus, Ohio. (Reference, Post master at Colnmbus.) There are Just Two Ways of Doing Things The RIGHT and the WRONG Way You may as welt huve your Watches and Jewelry repaired properly when the cost Is no more. Next time yon have a Watch, Clock or an old piece of Jew elry to repair bring It here and you will see the illllereiu-e. We take as much pains w ith a lllc job as we do w ith one cost ing much more. Also note the fact that we are the oldest graduate opticians In Mercer County. F.verytlilng guaranteed to the full satisfac tion of all. Jewelry cleaned free of cluirpe. McKee&Co The Market Street Jewelers and Opticians CELINA, OHIO Established 1877 to "Iluffalo Gals. Can t Yoil Come Out Tonight?" on the banjo. Ono day I gi t a telegram from Speight, the nmu that was working n mlno I had nil Interest In out lu New Mexico. I had to go out l here, and 1 was gone two months When I struck the cabin I nearly fainted Mack was standing In the "LISTEN, SIFS5T," I BEGINS. door, and if angels ever wept I paw no reason why they should be smiling then. That mail was a spectacle. Yes; he was worse. lie was a spyglass. He was the great telescope In the Lick ob servatory. He had on a coat and shiny shoes and a white vest and a high silU hat, and a geranium as big as an order of spinach was spiked on to his front. And be was smirking and warping his face like an Infernal storekeeper or a kid with colic. "Hello, Andy." says Mack out of his face. "Glad to see yon hack. Things have happened since yon went away." "I know it," says 1. "and a sacrile gious sight it is. God never made you that way. Mack Lonsbury. Why do you scarify his works with this pre sumptious kind of ribaldry?" "Why, Andy," says be, "they've elected me justice of the peace since you left." I looked at Mack close. He was rest less and Inspired. A justice of the peace ought to be disconsolate and as Huaged. Just then a young woman passed on the sidewalk, and I saw Mack kind of half snicker and blush, and then he raised up his hat and smiled and bowed, and she smiled and bowed and went on by. "No hope for you," says I, "if you've got the Mary Jane Infirmity at your nee. I thought it wasn't going to take Continued next week. THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE LIGHT RUNNING. .-2 Ifyou wantelthera VIbratingShtittle. Rotary BUuttle or a 81uele Thread Chain Witch Bewing Machine write to THE HEW HOME IEWIMB MACHINE COMPANY Orange, Mass, Many aewtncmacMnea are made to ell reiardlesa of Quality, but the New Home la made to wear. Our guaranty never runs out Sold by atntborlKed dealer only ro salb ar Mrs. II. I. SCIIUKCK. West Fayette St., Celina, O. m II Tha following wr Urn auolnllom lor f rain, llvn ilwk, poultry am! piixluuo In lit Oelliia market y ixler.lny nvi-nlns. UMAIN. Wheat. per lainh I'le Horn, pr Hi I0....4: h Onl, lr buati..... .7f lli ley, per liuU t" Ryu, per biKti saicn, (Mnvnr. per bun li W"1 A lullin, per litmli ft 7s Tlmolhy, per liuuli I1 HAT, No. 1 tlmol by, per toil f II " No. 1 niUeil, per loil V ! No. I elovttr, per ton l i v a m-ocK. Cattle, per JiK) ft l iiM l VmI calvea, per KM IIm A f"l Hotix, per ( Ilia 7 bC" ron.TBT. Fowla, pt.r Ih Ho Hprlng I'tilcka, per lb !" I'lM-ka, per lb llo Turkey loom, pel lb o Toma, per lb do luii'ka, per lb : to (iee.e, pt-r lb o No. lb Idea To PHOIIIICK Putter, per lb '-'' Kiina. Pr ilo I"i Ijiril, per lb lio Tallow, per Ih Onlona, uer buU PolaloHa, pr huah o"' CHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND T P.'i BHANU LAMHS I Ak jw 'rmrri.t for CHI CItFS TKR'S IjIAMuSD IlKANU PILI.S In KKD n.lA Col o metallic bozra, scaled with IllurtO L i ..... r . . ,x u-.. - mm m.m tnm 1 II i. li M A. T f H Dl A MON It Bal A N u PI 1.1. a, lor IwrnlT (iro yeara icardnl aa Urat.Baleal, Alwava Hrllnl.le. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE T NOT IN ANY TRUST OUR RED OR WHITEOIL aives a briaht liaht and docs 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 for it. Write for samples of our Lubricating Oils and Greese, sent by mail free of charge. INDEPENDENT OIL COMPANY REFERENCE ANY BANK MANSFIELD. OHIO . 60 YEARS' y tAr-tmcriiVC. V"" 4 Trade Marks Designs Or,tl1 COMRIOHTS 4C. Anyone spnfllng a dketrh and description may nulcklf aaoeriain our opinion fre whether au Invention li prohahljr tmientuhlo. Coniniunlca. llniBHtrictlyct?ill(.ontfnl. HANDBOOK on Patent tent free. OMent agency for aerunnir patent a. Patent taken thrnuuh Munn 4 Uo. receive tpectiti notletm without chnrire, luthe Scientific Jfmcricain A liandiiomely lllimtrntM wily. I.nrirert clr. culatlen of anr noientlUn Jiiurnal. Ternia, f l a riMr, fnnrruontha.il. liuldtiyall tiewadralera. MUNN & Co.36,B'oadwa'-New York llraucb Olllce. (28 f 8U Waablunlun. D. U GEL A MARKETS HAIR WHITE AS SNOW Restored to Natural Color with One Bottle of WYETH'S SAGE AND SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY SfisiOnlyilnie1 Hair1 Restorer. Tonic and Rejuvenator ALMOST A MIRACLE My hair was as white as snow when I commenced using Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy. One bottle re stored my hair to its natural dark brown color. As I am now 70 years old, I consider the result most remarkable. It is an agreeable and refreshing hair dressing, keeping the hair soft nd glossy.jvithout being in the least greasy or sticky. WM. WESTLAKE, 210 West Main Street, Rochester, N. Y. Aw .V WycIIi Clicmieal Company,,71 For sals and recommended by R. E. RILEY DRUG CO., Ccfku, 0. You Can Have a Model Kitchen cs cool and white as a dairy. No smell, no smoke, no heat, no dust. No old-fashioned contrivances. Tho IIcV TPergction. f lWt.l!M.lsuf IJM.IIV. I Oil ook-stove Is the latest practical, scientific cook-stove. It will coolc the most elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen. Boils, bakes, or roasts bettet than any range. Ready In a second. Extinguished in a second. Fitted with Cabinet Top, with collapsible riallanjry Kotr: B aurs If you get this atove ae riallanjry Kotr: Be ai vou act this atove i ll.., th. nama.nt.1a reads "New i'erlcctloD." The Standard OH Company (Incorporated) The Western Ohio Automobile Co. SiK'ci'SKdra to V. II. (' INN Kit GARAGE AiiKNTS fur K. M. r"."si" TuiirliiK C'nr tt,2SO. No need of ad vertlnlng t din rnr t hiMiwiiorf lo t lil. Also, 1 1.' Mott ituiuilMiiit, 1.' h. p., Slmft lrlv. MHKiii'to. Cnmplxte at $SSO. AIm I)l-!nlmtor for Mr. VIe for t lie Ford MoiteN In northern linlf of tlie county Kiiniihmit, ToiiriilKiut And Tourlntt I'l.r, Ac. ""Cull for Mi inl mid lioily l'ollnh for ran, l'rlce, llfjc and Wc. W('iir,. pr. iH.riMl to ItKBril.D, HKl'AIU and ItK I A 1 NT CAKH at iiioili raiK -ot, our r.'pnlr di piirtini'iit Ih'Iiik In charite of Henry Hleliert, IiiIimiI Mo. I.la i d-1 ii Ion Co., lio In conceded ono of the I x'Mt n pul r ini-n In Ohio. Hi'liiK In your ear and let u look It over If there Ih nothing wrong; w ith It. will tell you so. Many a car la ruined liy ncKleet In looking after the anitill ri'iuili'H. N.H. We will iiIho continue the snmll repair work heretofore carried on liy M r. IJonncr. GMKtldria. GoodKntrrtaln mrnl.rtlvrllcol nisH Msand Ills Hands v. The are the things hu h HI ni:iUe a man of mur Imv. fifpiirf JuHlivclvlnliTost and whole eoniu dt-vclupr.ienl by tfivinu linn Tlie AMERICAN BOY Filh-d with fine r'nlln( whtrh foclnatei boys. Kirollnit ntdin'i ol nl venture, travel, hUtory and current events. Ptntinirraphy, ntnrnp, el-c-trit lly, carpentry, (.portt, tctnici. Tells hoys Just wlut to do nml liow to do It. PfMiitlfuily IIHn tratcd, and every line In harmony wtth refinerl home training; endorsed hy2.0.wni boy and their parent. .N-r.i fi.LKi for a full year. On aaie at all newMtmids at tOccntt. THE nm PUBIiSHIaJG CO. 138 Mi lest e liriq.. p-trfllt. M'oh, to Loans Money to Loan on Horses, Cattle, Karm impli'tni-nta nnil (irowiiiK Crops at low rato. You can pay back at any time and stop interest. Business strictly ponfl. dential. For particulars call on The Celina Mortgage Loan Co: WVCKOl'K HI.Ot'K, MAIN AMI M A UK KT NTS., t'KI.INA, O. una Why hesitate when WYETH'S SAGE AND SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY is daily producing just such results ? After years of study and analysis of the hair, we have been able to produce an ideal Hair Tonic and Restorer, which contains an actual constituent of hair, combined with ingredients of recognized merit for treatment of hair and scalp diseases. It makes and keeps the scalp clean and healthy, gives life, strength and lustre to the hair, and restores faded "1 and gray hair to natural color. No matter how long and thick your hair is, WYETH'S SAGE AND SULPHUR HAIR REM EDY will make it longer and thicker. It will re move every trace of dandruff in a few days, stop falling in one' week, and start a new growth in from one to three months. , These arfl facts that have been WYETH'S SAGE AND SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY, is guar- anteed to do all that it is claimed to do or the price will be refunded. 50c. AND $1.09 A BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS ' If Your DruiUlat Dm Not Kaaa It Send SOo. In StextnpS xnd Wo Will Sand You tx Largo Bottlo, Exprooa PreraUd rests, towel rack, and every up-to-date feature imaginable. You want it, be cause it will cook any dinner and not beat tho room. Mo beat, no ameU, no smoke, no coal to bring in, no ashes to carry out. It does away with the drudgery of cooking:, and makes it a pleasure. Women with the light touch for pastry especially appreciate it, be cause they can immediately have a quick fire, simply by turning a handle. No half-hour preparation. It not only la less trouble than coal, but it costs less. Absolutely no smell, no smoke ; and it doesn't heat tha kitchen. The nickel finish, with the turquoise blue of the enameled chimneys, makes the stove ornamental and attractive. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners; the 9 and S-burner stoves can be bad with or without Cabinet. Every dealer everywhere: If not at yonra, writa for Deacrtptlva Circular to the neaieat agency of the South Main St. CKLINA, OHIO. Three iiundred and nineteen fnrniH. nlt uiited In Anhtnliulii (U)iinty clone tojeller noii. the county seat of Alitnhuln Uounty. ihiikIiir from i.il per acre upwards, tlood liiilldliiKx, Ix'Kt of noli ; nil ho line wheat, oata and corn ; plenty of stood fruit, (rood water; plenty of vood beech, maple and walnut timber; farms mime from 40 acrea toK) acrea. Hahuaink If Hold at once. For fur ther Information cnll on or adilreNS The Wagner Loan Agency, Celina, 0. Real Estate for Sale Ofl InrnP Four mllei east of Montezu ZU ALIljJ""4' " P,ke xood frame house, frimi" barn, orchard, well, cistern, S-4 mile of school. Possession March 10. Price, 1050. We also have several other farms Bnd town properties which we will gladly show. SHORT & D0II0VAI1, REALTY AGENTS. Scranton Building, CELINA, 0. AUOHOt i nu COT 8 i!!C FHairTonic and Dressing Vhtvir. iH.rak. dry rA hldmt Wr f AJUr rtchina w1 Imm QUmUmM for fftlbaf Imit. PK1CE 50c. AND $1.00 'MjUMMUMD mil ?THE WYETH CHEMICALACO V new vowt crrv.. nroven in scores " of corps. or Saw! mi CCHTLANDT STREET trsyv yc&u orr. n, r.-JL '