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in r JUYI (Continued from First Page) ttoa that deifies dominion and sanctifies Yassalage If permitted to endure will lead to the destruction of all Ideals Such barbarous results, according to the Bible, will not take place! Civ lllcatlon will become enthroned upon the earth, as la evident to all who study the Scriptures and believe In Al mighty God. By addition or ,";, multiplication, or InterpreUtlon. The Symbol I. Nine. Arab,c numeral9 when reduced to one numeral equal nine. L 2. 8. 4, 0, 0, 7, 8, 0. The dltion la 45, and 4 plus B are 0. The multiplication Is 45300 and 4 plua 6 plus 8 plus 6 are 18, and 1 plus 8 are 9. THE LETTERS AND THEIR NU MERICAL REPRESENTATION OF THE ALPHABET. jLBCDEFOHIJKLM 1 I H ( t 1 I I 10 U 11 II NOPQUBTUVWXTZA 14 U 16 17 18 19 21 $2 S3 24 25 The numerical sum of the letters of the alphabet la 851, which Is the first cipher of the symbol. S plus S plua 1 equal 9. REMEMBER THE NINB. . THE BEX SIXES. f REMEMBER THE SIXES. Thirty -elx la the combined number of Terses In the thirteenth and seven teenth chapters of the book of Reve lation, and they are the only chapters In the book containing eighteen verses each. Chapter xlil, verse 0, contains the great symbol. Thirteen multiplied by nine equals 117, and one plus one pins seven equal nine. "If any man have an ear let him hear." Verse nine contains: Words, nine; letters, twenty-seven. Nine pins nine plus tweuty-eeven equal f orty-flve. The nine Arabic numerals total forty five, and fonr plus five equal nine. Whereas, tbe ta- Interpretatlon of the Prophecy Fall of World Autooraoy. Rise of World Demooraoy Mes age From ths Rapubllo of the United 8tatea to All Nations, April 6, 1917. The Figures In the Year Raduoe to perlal German gov ernment baa cora m 1 1 1 e d repeated acts of war against the government and the people of the United States of America: there fore, be It Resolved by the senate and bouse of representatives of the United States of America In con- Nine. Kress assembled, That the state of war between the United States and the Imperial German govern ment which has thug been thrust upon the United States is hereby formally declared, and that the president be, and be is here by authorized and dlreoted to employ the entire naval and military forces of the United States and the resources of the government to carry on war against the Imperial German government, and to bring the conflict to a successful termina tion all of the resources of the country are hereby pledged by the congress of the United States. Dynasty of Downfall of KalserUm. Prussia la nine (ninth dynasty). Dynasty of Ger man empire la three (third dynasty). Multiply nine by three; the result la twenty-seven, and two plus seven equal nine. KAISER WILHELM II. Year of birth, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine. One multiplied by eight, eight by five and forty by nine equals three hundred and sixty. Three plus six plus nought equal nine. Date of birth January twenty-seven. Two plus seven equal nine. The nu merical representation of letters in the word January reduces to nine. The year of reign of kaiser when he declared war Is twenty -seven; tw plus seven equal nine. Revelation, chapter thirteen, verse one, "And I stood upon the sand of the sea and saw a beast rise up out of the sea having seven heads, ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his bead the name of Blas phemy." The sum of the numbers In this verse Is twenty-seven, and the number reduces to nine. With the addi Autooraoy tin the num 8ubmarlne. ber six to each letter the sum of the numerical representation of the sixteen letters In heads, horns, crowns, and the forty-three letters In heads, horns, crowns, blasphemy, submarine, autocracy reduces to nine. The words autocracy and submarine are interpret ed from the word blasphemy In the verse. REMEMBER THE ALPHABET. 6661666666(6 QEHMANEMPI RE 1 t is 11 1 M 1 11 11 I U I u ii u u i ii ii a it h ii The total Is one hundred and ninety six, which la the second cipher of thi symbol. One multiplied by nine, by six equals fifty-four, and five plus four equal nine. A-L Prussia; B-i Bavarla; C-S, Saz ony; D-4. Wurttero berg; E-6, Baden 7-4, Hease; G-T, M a c k 1 e n bur? Polltloal Divisions of German Empire. Sotrwartaj H-t, Bajce-Weimar; 1-9, Meek lenbuf OtjsHtz; J-10, Oldenburg; K-ll. Brunswick; L-U, Saxe-Melningen; M-13 aaAlteabarg; N-H, Saxe-Coburg-Gothn; f)-ll Ajthart; P-16. Schwarzburir-SonderH nanssni Q-TT, SchwarsbuiY-ItadolBtadt-R-1S, Waldeck; S-1S, Reuss-Grels; T-20 AeuM-Schlela; U-2L Schaumburg-Uppe V-JJ, Lippe; W-23, Lubeclc; X-24, Bremen ,T-25, Hamburg; Z-28, imperial territory o ' iaUaaee-Lorralne; 4-27, the lost hnperiHi avlonles. Total polltloal divisions, twenty even. Two plus seven equal nine. Multiply the twenty-seven polltlca'' divisions of the German empire by tlu' numbet of the chapter, thirteen, In tlh' book Of Revelation containing the symbol, f&d the result Is three hun dred and fifty-one, which Is the mi merlcal son of the number of letter t of the alphabet, and three plus five plua one eqnl nine. The sum of the number of letters in the word German In the second cipher fe flfty-sltfht. Multiply lity-alisU.t by nine and the result la five hundred and twenty-two, and five plus two plus two equals ulue. The age of the kaiser at the presont year Is 68. Five plus 8 Is thirteen, the chapter in the book of Revelation. The sum of the number of letters In the word empire In the second cipher la sixty -six. The number of books In the Holy Bible Is sixty-six. Six multiplied by six Is thirty Remarkable 8orlptural Revelation. Kaiser and the Number. "Number and the six, the number of verses In the thirteenth and seventeenth chap ters in the Book of Revelation. Beast." Revelation, "8a """AT. chapter thirteen, verse eighteen : "Here Is wisdom: Let him that hath understanding, count the number of the beast, for It Is the number of a man, and his number Is Six Hundred Three Score and Six." REMEMBER THE ALPHABET, THE LETTER NUMBERS AND THE BEAST NUMBER. 6 ( 6 K A I B 35 B 11 1 I 11 I II 6 6 I I 6 WILLIAM a t ii u i u 6 6 SECOND II i 1 15 14 4 THB BUM OF THESE NUMERALS REDUCES TO NINE. THE SUM OK THE NUMERICAL RKPRESENTATION IN KAISER WILHELM SECOND RE DUCES TO NINE. X A I 8 E R 116 16 96 196 E6 186 .666 Number of the beast. I I K A I 8 E 11 1 1 636, reduces to I R 1863, reduces to S IT T 16 25 11 2469, reduces to 9 Tear of reign, of declaration of war, and date of birth of kaiser 17 The total Is ninety-nine, which is the third chapter of the symbol. GERMAN EMPIRE KAISER Revelation, chapter xlil, verse 5, "And there was given unto him a mouth speaking great things and blas phemies, and power was given unto him to continue forty and two months." Multiply chapter xlil in the Book of Revelation, which Is the twenty seventh book, and the date of the birth of the kaiser, and the result Is the sum of the numerical representation of the letters of the alphabet namely, 851. Three plus five plus one equal nine. Multiply the date of the birth of the kaiser, twenty-seven by the twenty seven letters in the ninth verse In the thirteenth chapter of Revelation and the result Is 729. Seven plus two plus nine equal eighteen. One plus eight equal nine. Multiply the date of the birth of the kaiser, twenty-seven, by the number of the symbol verse nine In the thir teenth chapter of Revelation, and the result Is 243. Two plus four plus three equal nine. Multiply the date of the birth of the kaiser, twenty-seven, by the number of political divisions in the German empire, twenty-seven, and the result is 729. Seven plus two plus nine equal eighteen. One plus eight equal nine. Multiply chapter thirteen of the Book of Revelation by twenty-seven (which was the year of the reign of the kaiser, the year he proclaimed what is destin ed to be the greatest holocaust in the history of the Christian era) and the result is 351. Three plus five plus one equal nine. REMEMBER THE ALPHABET. MULTIPLY THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST. SIX HUNDRED AND SIXTY- SIX. BY FORTY-TWO MONTHS DURA ION OF POWER IN THE WAR AND THE RESULT IS 27972. TWO PLUS SEVEN PLUS NINE PLUS SEVEN PLUS TWO EQUALS TWENTY-SEV EN. TWO PLUS SEVEN EQUALS NINE. THE RESULT READS THE SAME BOTH WAYS AND EXPRESSES. 27 TWICE THEREIN. THE RESULT NOT ONLY CONTAINS THE SYMBOL OF THE BATTLE OF THE MARNB, BUT THE NUMBERS PRODUCE, BY ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, MULTIPLI CATION, AND DIVISION, INTERPRE TATION OF SIGNIFICANT EVENTS. Multiply the number of the beast, six hundred and sixty-six by twenty seven political divisions in German em pire and the result Is seventeen thou sand nine hundred and eighty-two. One plus seven plus nine plus eight plus two equal twenty-seven. Two plus seven equals nine. Multiply number of beast, six hundred and sixty-six, by the date of the birth of the kaiser, twenty-seven, and the re sult Is seventeen thousand nine hun dred and eighty-two. One plus seven plus nine plus eight plus two equal twenty-seven. Two plus seven equal nine. Multiply number of chapter in the book of Revelation, thirteen, by num ber of verses in the chapter, eighteen, and the result Is two hundred and thirty-four. Two plus three plus four equal nine. Numerical representation of .the eighteen verses In the thirteenth chap ter of Revelation equal one hundred and seventy-one. The Correlation of Numbers Relating to Years and Dates ef Certain Events of Importance In the Hiatory of the United 8tatee and the War. One plus plus one seven equal nine. Tie reason for the statement that the sum of the nine numer als Is the great symbol la ascertained by a study of the Holy Bible. The last book in the New Testament la twenty -seven, and verse nine, chap t thirteen, con tains nine words and twenty-seven lettora. These five num. ben are as follows: 27, 9, 18, 9, 27. These figures, singly and by combine tlou make unite coinciding with those dates which bear upon world event re lating to autocracy and democracy, Fifty-eight is the age of the kaiser at time of entry of the United States Into the war. Twenty-sevou is the political divisions of the German empire. Thir teen is the original number of states at birth of American nation. Forty-nine Is the number of states of the Union and the District of Columbia In the year 1917. Read the Book of Revelation, chapter thirteen. The number of verses In the chapter are eighteen. One plus eight are NINE (1). The last verse Is eight een. One plus eight are NINB (2). The verse of the symbol Is NINE (8). The words in the verse are the symbol of NINH (4). The letters in the words of the verse are twenty-seven. Two plus seven are NINE (5). The sum of the five NINES is equal to the sum of the nine Arabic numerals, which is forty-five. Forty-live added to thirteen, the number of the chapter Is fifty- THE KAISER. "And tnere was given unto him a mouth speaking great things and blasphemies, and power was given unto him to continue forty and two months." eight, the year of the age of the kaUer. The year of the reign of the kaiser when he declared war Is twenty-seven, which Is the number of the last book of the New Testament and the date of the birth of the kaiser. The states of the Union, together with the District of Columbia, num ber forty-nine, and four multiplied by nine equals thirty-six and three plus six equals nine. The congressional representation of the nation number five hundred and thirty-one, and five plus three plus one equal nine. The days, weeks and months repre Admonition. Warning. Revelation. Chapter Thirteen, Verse Nine. senting the period beginning with the declaration of war by AUTOC RACY and the entry into war by DEMOCRACY are 979, 139 and 33, respectively-Aug. 2, 1914 (9); April 6, 1917 (9) and these numbers reduce to nine. "IF ANY MAN HAVE AN EAR LET HIM HEAR." In this verse there are twenty-seven letters. Two plus seven equals nine. 6 H 8 fl H 8 M 13 6 L 12 BAR 6 1 18 The total of this numerical repre sentation is four hundred and nine teen, which Is the fourth cipher of the symbol. Multiply four by one by nine and the result Is thirty-six. Three plus six are nine. 66(6 666G6 HOLT BIBLE 8 16 12 26 292126 The total of this numerical repre sentation is one hundred and forty- four, which is the fifth cipher of the symbol. One plus four plus four equals nine. The correlation of the sum of numerical representation of all the letters of the alphabet namely, thro-1 hundred and fifty-one to the symbol nine in the Scriptural prophecy. Number of books In , New Testament 27x351 Reduces to 9 Number of chapters In book of Revelation... 22x351 Reduces to 9 Book of Revelation, Chapter xvll 17x351 Reduces to 9 Book of Revelation, chapter xlll 13x351 Reduces to 9 Book of Revelation, chapter xlll, verse 9. . 9x361 Reduces to 9 lhe sum of the nine Arabic numerals. . .45 The sum of the numerical representa tion of the letters In the words "Holy Bible" and "kaiser" reduces to nine. The sum of the numerical representa tion of the letters of the alphabet and the letters in the word "kaiser" reduces to nine. The sum of the numerical representa tion of the letters of the alphabet and the letters in the words "German em pire" reduces to nine. The sum of tbe numerical representa tion of the letters of the alphabet aud the letters in the words "Holy Bible" reduces to nine. The symbol verse nine contains twelve distinct letters of the alphabet, A, B, F, H, I, L, M, N, R, T, V, Y. The sum of the numerical representation of these twelve reduces to nine. Within these twelve letters of the symbol verse nine Is found the name of the battle which saved Christianity and the civilization of the world. MARNB (4(86 11 1 18 14 I The total of this numerical repre sentation Is EIGHTY-ONE, which is the sixth cipher of the symbol. The sum of the figures In the word Marne reduces to nine, and tbe number nine is the symbol of the battle of the Marne. Month nine (Sept 5 to 13, both Inclu sive), days nine. The sum of the ad dition of the dates of the battle from five to thirteen, both Inclusive, Is eighty one and reduces to nine. The number q the year of the battle of the Marne, XT r'" ' lulfreduecs 16 nlnei The last chapter In Daniel (book 27 (9) Old Testament) contains the symbol and expresses It three times "l.M;i (0), "1290" (9), and the sum of the nine Arabic numerals, forty-five (9) is tbe result of the difference In these two numbers. The sum of these three nines Is twenty-seven, which reduces to nine. One of the three numerals, 2, 4, 8, are needed to express the number of the several letters Included in each one of the nine words In verse nine, chap ter thirteen, book twenty-seven of the New Testament namely, there are two words with 2 letters each, two woras lnttors each, five words with 8 letters n, ii2. 4. 3. These numerals are the same as those obtained by multiplying nine, the number of the symbol, by (a) the number which defines the last book In the New Testament (27); (b) by the nniitlcal divisions of the German em nire (27): (c) b.V the date of the birth of the kaiser (27); (d) by the number of letters In the symbolic verse nine (11). ..T.WT HIM THAT HATH UNDER STANDING COUNT THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST." tub- -idhfp OF THE BOOK OF REVELATION. 1. The date of birth of kulser 27 a The year of relsu of kaiser at time nt hi declaration of war 27 a The Domical divisions of German tnnlrsi eat 2? i Thn last book of the New Testa ment 6. The chapter In the last book 13 6. The verse In cliapter (9), woras in the verse (9) 7. The letters In words of the verse 27 I. The cipher of the battle tnat saveu civilization of the world 81 a. The clDhor of the great symbol, the lAttaiM In vArrnt Q. ..... . 419 The number of the beast , it REMEMBER THE 8IXES. First Cipher SSI Second Cipher 196 Third Cipher 90 Fourth Cipher 419 Fifth Cipher 144 Sixth cipher 81 .606 "1290" 18 9 Read book 27, Daniel, In the Old Testament. PROCLAMATION. The books In the Old Testament are 89. (9). The books in the New Testa ment are 27, (9). The books hi the Holy Bible ore CO, (9). The chapters 1.1 WJ. r9t. The verses 31.173. (9). The words (two versions) 773,0112, (U)-773,-470, (9). The letters (two versions) 3,507,180, (9)-3,5U0,4SO, (9). WHEN YOU CONSIDER THAT THERE ARE THREE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED A.VD SIXTY-SEVEN THOU SAND ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY LETTERS IN THE HOLY BIBLE. IS IT NOT A REVELATION OF GREAT SIG NIFICANCE THAT THIS IMMENSE NUMBER OF LETTERS ARE SO CLAS SIFIED AS TO APPEAR BI.'T ONCE ONLY JN THE FORM OF A VERSE WITH JUST NINE VO:U"S COMPOSED WITH THAT NUMBER OF I.E'l TKit. WHICH EQUAL THE Sl.WI OK THE THREE SIXES AND TI IE GiiEAT Si.M BOL NINE? THERE IS NO OTHER VERSE IN EITHER THE OLD OR NEW TESTAMENT IN WHICH THE NUM BER OF THE VERSE AND THE WORDS IN THE VERSE AI'.E OF THE SAME DENOMINATION AND. WHEN ADDED TO THE LETTERS IN THE VERSE, PRODUCE A RESULT EQUAL TO THE SUM OK THE NINE ARABIC NUMERALS, NAMELY, FORTY-FIVE. 17 7 15 26 11 2-1-99, reduces to 9 There are four modes f scriptural Interpretation- literal, ullcgoricul, tropo logical and auagogetlcnl. Students ore privileged to established new classifica tions as shall suit their convenience In explanation of the data herein con tained, and each can decide how many coincidences and correlations of events through a symbolic number are neces sary in the verification of interpreta tion of Bible prophecy. "If any man have an ear let him hear." -Revelation xlil, 9. "Despise not propheH5lngs." I Thessa lonlans v, 20. Prodigal! Professors have a tendency to acridi ty. One wrote once upon n "theme," "Your vocabulary Is mean and poor, but amply sufficient for tiie expression of your ideas." To another a proud youth remarked. "I have spent ten fears tipon.iuy education." "I'rodl f il : was the reply. New Republic. FLAG RAISING AT ROCKFORD Lai-fK! Assemblage Pour In Village Sunday io Pay Tribute to Old Glory and Red Cross One of the biggest crowds that ev er assembled in this county at any patroitic demonstration since our en trance in the world war was the large assemblage at Kockford last Sunday. All the prominent streets of the village were lined with automobiles parked so they almost came in touch with each other. It is estimated that therp were over 7,000 visitors at the big demonstration. The main event of the day was the flag-raising, when Old Glory was flung to the breeze at the top of a large 6 ft. flag pole. Below Old Glory hung the flag of the Ked Cross. Tbe largest delegation from any one place present was that of Liber ty township, coming with fifty-six decorated automobles, headed by the Chattanooga band. The principal speakers, all of whom are to be congratulated on their stirring orations, were: Rev. Baumgnrdnes and Rev. Ames, of Kockford; Rev. Cristy of Van Wert; Rev. Marsh, of Decatur anl Mr. Me quarth. of Decatur. Bands from Willshlre, Rockford, Blackcreek and Cahttanooga kept patriotic airs afloat throughout the day. Quite a delegation from this city was In attendance. WALLACE D. YAPLE Head of State Industrial Com mission Who Died at Columbus. CORN RESERVES LOW Hoover on Supplies In Ohio, Iowa and Other Corn States. Washington. Julv 16. Supplies Of corn in Ohio and the other "corn Mates" of the middle west hav? reached tlie lowest point ever known according to an announcement by Herbert C. Hoover's food administra tlon bureau. The announcement fur ther says- "The five corn producing states of Ohio. Indiana, Iowa, Illinois and braska, had on hand June 1, 1917, but 357,000,000 bushels, as compared with an average of 567,000.000 bushels for the nine preceding years, or a de crease In the reserve for these five states of 24 per cent. This Is the smallest reserve by 15,000,000 busn- els during that period. Iowa's cqrn reserve for 1917 has decreased 15 per cent for the nine year average. 111! nols' reserve shows a decrease of 37 per cent, and is the smallest reserve in the entire ten years by 11,000,000 bushels. Ohio's reserve Is a decrease of 45 per cent from the nine year everage and Is 29 per cent less than the previous low record for that period." ONE HALF OF OHIO TROOPS UNEQUIPPED Strength ol the Guard 25,000, According to Wood. Columbus, July 17. Tabulations by Adjutant General Wood for the pur pose of making requisition to the cen tral department, Chicago, for equip ment and supplies showed the Ohio national guard's strength as nearly 000, so that 3.000 odd men would fill it to war strength. If guard recruiting continues a few weeks as briskly as It has for several months, Ohio will have a full war strength division without much filling up by conscripted men. According to Wood's figures, 20,195 officers and men mobilized Sunday. Units that did not muster out, but re mained in federal service last winter have 4,200 to 4,500 officers and men. Troops at their home stations throughout Ohio were "marking time" pending arrival of federal mustering officers. . Colonel John A. Penn of the regular army, chief mustering officer, arrived here today. Ten officers of the Third Infantry, Dayton, whose men have been on duty guarding bridges, water works, factories and the like, have been detailed to aid Colonel Fenn. While equipment of every kind has been promised, officers are rather pes slmlstic in their expressions as to how soon it may be available. How badly It Is needed Is illustrated by the remark of one quartermaster officer. "If I knew of one ahlrt obtainable, I'd go get it." More than half the guards men are unequipped. It developed that not only General Speaks, commander of the Second bri gade of Infantry, reported as mobiliz ed Sunday to General T. H. Barry, central department, Chicago, but Brig adiers General McMaken and Zimmer man did the same thing. They also reported to Adjutant General Wood Yaple Passes Away. Columbus, July 16. Wallace D. Ta ple, chairman of the state Industrial commission, who died here, had been 111 since last winter with brlghts dis ease and complications. He was one of the pioneer boosters of state paid workmen's compensation In Ohio and a man who had helped administer thu system in this state from the begin nlng. Mr. Yaple waa born forty-seven years ago in Vinton county. ' Fatal Fall, St. Clalravllle, O., July 17. Mrs. B. P. Reed, sixty-five, fell down the eel dar stairs at her homo at Barnesvillo. near here, and died before aid could be summoned. W, C. BORING, the drugless heal er, makes a specialty of treating and curing rheumatism in all its forme, scowach and bowel trouble, kidney trouble, catharrhal aftllctlons and nervous afflictions. Office hours 8 a in. to 8 p. m. Rooms 1, 2 and 3, over Hight's Drug Store, corner, Main and Market streets., Celina, Ohio. Until further notice the clubbing price of The Democrat with Tbe Ohio Farmer is 91.90. - , .. ' mm .. 0 Yesterday Wheat closed 19c higher We have about 5025 lbs of Flour which we will sell , at the following prices: 25 lbs $1.25 50 lbs $2.25 100 lbs $4.50 Listen ! We have used this Flour the past 4 months and did well on it. We figure what's good enough for you is good enough for us. This supply may last 4 days or 10 days. Tell your neighbor. We will have another car rich Middlings and Hog feed in a few days that will save you money. If people would just cure their wheat and oats in the straw this year by stacking they would hit a better market. Will sell good salt a few dajs longer at $1.50. Put a little on new hay. Yours Mutually, PALMER & MILLER BUCKEYE NEWS NOTES MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO RESIDENTS OF OHIO. Florence Foraker Matthews Divorced. Cincinnati, July 19. Mrs. Florence Matthews, daughter of the late United States Senator Joseph B. Forakw, was granted an absolute divorce from Randolph Matthews by Judge Charles W. Hoffman, in the court of domestic relations. Matthews did not contest the suit. He Is now an inmate of a sanitarium ;t Oxford, England. Mrs Matthews testified that for six years her husband had been a habitual drunkard. The couple were married in Cincinnati Nov. 14, 1901, and sep arated in May, 1916. Inspector Sullivan Dead. Columbus, July 19. Dennis H. Sul llvan, one of the best known and most popular miners and labor leaders in Ohio, Is dead at his home In Coshoc ton. For many years he was presi dent or other official of the Ohio Ji s- trlct. United Mine Workers. Durinc the Harmon administration be was member of the state board of arbitra tion. After his service with the stats arbitration board, he was appointed district mine inspector by Governor Cox. Five Persons Injured. Tiffin, O., July 17. Five persons. occupants of an auto which plunged down a twenty foot embankment Into Sugar creek, are suffering painful in Juries. Edward Adleeperger, glass manufacturer, who was the driver ol tiie machine, is seriously Injured. HH shoulders were crushed. Several of his wife's ribs were broken. It feared John R. Rlcketta" back broken. . Divorces Cost More. Canton. O., July 16. It costs more to get a divorce here now. War price for litigation "nave been adopted by the lawyers and general Increases o! 60 per cent In fees have been fixed. The' common, undisputed divorce, for merly obtainable at $25, now Is J3b. If It has any co-respondent or similar frill attached, the price, of course, will be more. Milk Producers' Stand. Columbus, July 19. A resolution was adopted by the Ohio Milk Pro ducers' association at a special meet ing at Ohio State university asserting that an Increase In the price of milk is necessary and that unless prices go up in the near future dairymen will be forced to sell their cows and pre cipitate a milk famine In the state. Work For Carpenters. Chillicothe, O., July 17. A call for 400 carpenters was sent broadteast by contractors in charge of the construc tion work at the Ohio-West Virginia army cantonment here. With the ar rival of 35 carloads of lumber and general supplies and 60 other care in prospect during the week, work at the camp Is in full swing. New Head of Xenla Home. Columbus, July 16. J. P. Elton Democrat, Highland county, has been elected superintendent of the Xenla Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' home, to succeed J. S. KImbrough, Wilming ton, Republican. Elton was head of the Institution for many years, until removed by the Willie administration two years ago. ' Breast Riddled With Shot. Kenton, Or, July 18. While plckinx berries near their home in Richland, O., near this city, relative found the lifeless body of Paul Sams, eighteen. a former . guardsman, lying along a fence with his right breast riddled with shotgun bullets. He had taken the gun to shoot hawks. Fatal Leap. Mansfield, O., July 16. John Bar seon, thirty years, of New Philadel phia, leaped through the car window of a Pennsylvania passenger train an It was nearlng Mansfield and was In stantly killed. He tried to end tiie life a few days ago by outtlnf hiz throat. Three Hurt In Auto Wreck. Toledo, July 18. Three people were injured In an automobile wreck here Benjamin Lavlne, twenty-five, has a fractured skull. He will die, hospital authorities say. The other two were bruised. They were In a car that was speeding when It swerved and struck a tree. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kessens north of this city are the proud parents of a baby boy, born Wednesday. FOR SALE 9-rooin house. Bold cheap If moved off lot soon. See Jos. McDonald, or call 416 Red. 5 U U THE CELINA MARKET The following ware the quotations for raln, livestock, poultry and produce Io lue i.eiiua uarHil jreaieru vbuiui . ORAIN (FurnUhed by Buckland Milling Co.) Wheat, per bushel 1 2 35 Corn, per hundred pounds. ... 2 30 Outs, per bushel (0 Barley, per bushel 1 B Kye, per bushel 1 GO SEED Clover 10 00 Alslke 10 00 Timothy, per bushel 0 HAY (Furished by L. O. McMillan) Timothy, baled, per ton $13 00 Mixed 12 00 Clover 1 00 LIVE STOCK (Furnished by Frank Fischer) Hogs -. 9 60014 60 Veal Calves 8 60iS)10 00 Cattle 8 6011 00 PRODUCE. (Furnished by Laudahn ft Ueaarvey) Butler, per pound 10o Lard, per pound 20c Eggs, per doz 30c Potatoes, per bush $2.00 CITY MARKETS Chicago, July 19 Cattle Native beef steers, JS 35gl4: western steers, $5 C5(SU SO: stockera anil feeders. $ SBtfrP 25- cow and heifers, 15 30011 9(1; calves, 9 5014 IS. Hojfs I-lRlit, $14 3015 20; mixed. $14 lSiglS 60; heavy, IMfflS 60; rough, $Uftl4 3S- pips. (11 2D14 IS. Sheep and Lambs Wethers, $7 75011; lambs, $9 60015 55. Receipts Cattle, 15,000; hom, 29,000; sheep and lambs, 9,000. Cleveland, O., July 19. Cattle Cholre fat steers, $12015; butcher steers, $9 5fl((M0 60; heifers, t&Hp ( 50; cows, J5(3R 50; calves, $71S 60. Hogs Yorkers, J15 40: heavies and me dlums, $15 50; pigs, $14 SO; roughs, $13 90; stags, $12 50. Sheep ann Lambs Wethers, $8 I09; ewes, $89; lambs, $11 7S14 75. Receipts Cattle, 600; hogs, 2,000; sheep and lambs, 500; calves. 200. Pittsburgh, Pa., July 19. Hoes Heavk s. $16 70 15 75; heavy Yorkers, $15 2515 65; light Yorkers, $U CIS 25; plrs, $14 50ft 14 76. Sheep and Lambs Top sheep, $10 60; top lambs, $15 25. Receipts Hags, 3,000; sheep and lambs, $00; calves, 100. Cincinnati, O., July 19. Cattle Steers, $711 50; heifers, $(,' 10 60; cows, $5 95S; calves, $6 5014 75. Hogs Packers and butchers,. $16 15 25: common to choice. $103.14 50; pigs and light, $11613; stags, $3ll 75. Sheep and Lambs t-heep, 12 Cut; lambs $711. Baltimore, Md July 19. Buttel" Fancy creamery, 40c; Ohio rolls, 32c; store packed, 83c. Eggs Nearby and western a rats, JJc Poultry Chickens: Spring (1U to 2 lbs.) 3I84c; old hens, 23c; old roosters, 12 13c. Boston, July 1$. Wool Ohio and Pennsylvania fleeces' Delaine washed, 8082e; one-half blood combine, 7t72c; three-eighths blood combing, 74'75e; delaine unwashed, TS74c. Toledo, O., July 19. Wheat, $t E0; corn. $2: oats. 7ta: clover seed. $11 65. THE PROBATE COURT Edith Pumphrey appointed adminis trator of the estate of Fannie Gerber, de ceased. Inventory and appraisement July 12. Order of appraisement issued to Pearl Boise, administratrix of the estate of Geo. Graves, deceased. John H. Yaney, guardian of Mildred Yaney, filed final account. For hearing August 31. John M. Schlosser appointed guardian of Raymond, Leander, Paulina, Hilda, Alfred, Alfreda and Arnold Kleinhenz, minors. Jos. Schroer, guardian of Remicius aud Frederick Schroer, filed final and partial account. For hearing August 31. WIFE CHARGES ABUSE AND WANTS DIVORCE Marguerite Shirk, through her attor ney, Frank V. Short, filed suit in divorce against her husband, Miller Shirk, on 6th inst. She states that certain periods he cured and abused her and drove her from the house. She asks for custodv nf their child and alimony. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured With LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease, catarrh Is a local disease, greatly In fluenced by constitutional conditions and In order to cure It you must take an Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medl f'ne. s taken Internally and acts thru the bloed on the mucous surfaces of the system. Hall'a Catarrh Medicine waa prescribed by one of the best physicians la this country for years. It is com fd, of."om of the best tonics known, combined with some of the beat blood purine. The perfect combination of the Ingredient. In Hall's Catarrh Medi cine la what produces such , wonderful StU.mon?af.rer CndlU0M- liaU'a Family puis for constipation. .1.