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HBItt the r Towi?'
Dili 3ou over notice that tho
Sunday hoadncho just lusts long
enough to make it too Into to go to
church and then it very suddenly
Mrs. Ttobert Wilkinson of this
place Bpent several dnya last week
with her father, Mr. John Sni-th,
of Longstretli. "
Mr. .Tnmos Francis had business
in Nclsonvillc Inst Saturday.
Mr. Noah Spencer from near
Loit Run was seen here list Sat
Mrs. Isaac Blosser was in Nel
sonville last Saturday "consulting
" eye specialist.
Mr. John V. Downhour and
son, Chas. N., were among those
of this place that had business in
Nelsonvillo last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McAllis
ter recently visited Grandma
Ifannn, of Sand Hun.
Mr. Robert Wilkinson, who is
working in Slraitsvillc, spent last
Sunday at his home here.
Mr. tftphn Johnson met with
quite a painful accident last
Thursday. While working in tho
mine at Snake Hollow he was busy
fttstning his room to make it safe,
and in carrying a post he slipped
and fell with his hand across the
iron rail and the post falling across
his hand breaking sevornl bones.
"What must I do to be saved?"
Will be the thomo of Elder Arthur
of Straitsville, at the Christian
Church at this place next Wednes
day evening. Come and hour
words whereby you can be saved.
Do you hear them whine? 1
moan those that are opposed to
having the lid put on some aro
whining because 'yo scribe is ex
posing some of the meanness of
tho town and others are whining
because Gov. Pattison is enforcing
laws. What is the use for the
Stato of Ohio to pny millions tf
dollars to make laws and never en
force them. "Blessed are they
that getteth not their toes in the
way of public sentiment for thoy
shall not get them trampled on."
Miss Mattie Blosser entertained
the following named guests at the
home of her father, Mr. J. L.
Blosser, last Saturday night in
honor of Miss Grace Tnboden's 18,
Anniversary. Clara Wilkinson,
Lottn Parke, Ellen Shafer, Alpha
ighafer, Lulu Bailey, Zoo Ross,
.iee Ross, Vera Matheny, Eula
Sposner, John Blosser, James
Lewis, William Winigman, Hird
man Jenkins, Mike Bartoc, Lewie
Wilkinson, Jamos Shafer, Harry
Coll'ey, and Charles Duncan.
Bananas and apples were served
for luncheon. All report a good
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Barnhart
wore Bloomingvillo visitors one
day last week.
- -- l'i
Kalklosch and Miss Nella Mount
attended the ball at Bloomingvillo
on last Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hutton wero
business visitors at Cedar Grove
Mrs. Homer Hutten called on
her mother, Mrs, Denis, of Goose
Creek, one day last week.
Mrs. C. E. Lyons called on Mrs.
Adam Thomas, of Bloomingvillo,
Allen Reichloy was in Logan one
day last week.
Miss Ma mo Reichloy called on
Mrs. ClitWalker last Monday.
Mrs. Adum Schaal called on
irm'ea(nte,mTtf2.n8 la8t Thursday,
ileman In question-is .guest of
conclusively that the business Is n ,.,
Many farmers ure not satlsfled
doubtless you can recall one or twa
right In your owu neighborhood un
less they liavo tied up every loose dol
lar hi land tliot they possess, inaUIni:
It Imposlblo to cot hold of a cent In
Jlmo of emergency without borrowing.
If they wero half as zealous In culti
vating the land already owned inoy
would hfire better returns nil ai onnd
and wou!-atfeel so poor wne i mo
-anfgtac MM i
t) break his nrm, and is now nurs
ing a very lnie momber, which is
much swollen and is civinc him
Thomas O'llara called on Chas
Lyons last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barnhart,
Mr. Jim Cain and so'i Willis, and
Mr. Georce Barnhart were the
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas.
Lyons Saturdoy evening.
Mr. Will Mauk was in Bloom
ingville Inst Monday.
Will Barnhart and Chns. Lyons
cnllod on Adam Schnal last Tues
Mr. Alva Williams and Miss
Stella Vest attended tho ball at
Bloomingvillo la9t Thursday even
Mies Clam Defenbuuch called
on Mrs. Clara Cnin, Sunday.
Mr. b. AlliEon, or llesboro, was
the guest of his father, Mr. Thog.
Chas. Lyons called on Marion
Mount last Sunday.
Mr. Peter Huttcn made a flying
trip to Bloomingvillo, Mondoy.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Mount
were tho guests of Mr. and JlfS!
Daniel Eby, of Bloomingvillo,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barnhart nnd
Mrs: Hannah Wilson wore Bloom
ingvillo visitors Monday.
Homer Hutten was in Blooming
C. E. Lyons wns nt CoJar Grove
one day last week.
Mr. Adam Schaal made a trip to
Mt. Pleasant one day last week.
Mr. Wm. Barton is a Jolly good
boy, but when ho goesJ,o see his
best girl ho gets home rather lute
and it makes Monday a blue day
One day last week when Coon
Reichloy nnd son Allen, were on
their way to Mr. Barnhnrts thoy
were attacked by a wild animal
and were terribly frightened.
Coon grabbed up a club to defend
himself, the afore said animal
made a dusu for Coon and leu nt
his foot. Coon jumped on tho
animal's neck with both feet,
while Allen grabbed a rail from
the fence and killed it. The next
day they took the pelt over to
Pleukharp Bros., bnt the boys
were unliable to tell what kind of
an animal it was, so thoy called on
LafcBeory to see if he-cnuWl tell,
after a long arid silont look ho
said why, boys, it is only a poor
Will Hamsher wns seen on Main
Mr. Alvn Williams, of Laurel
ville, called on Miss Clara Dofen
baugh Ins, Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John IJresba-ck
paid a lengthy visit to Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Sawyer's, near Zanes
ville, on account of tho serious
illness of Mrs. Sawyer.
San Febus is moving to tho farm
of Mr. Guthrio near Ewing.
Mrs. Zolda Huffman called on
her sister, Mrs. Clara Cupp, last
Solomon Boory was housekeeper
for Mr. and Mrs. John Drcsback
hit week. John said heguessed
he would adopt Solomon.
Mr. Silas Denton visited his
daughter, Mrs. Mary Kalklosch,
of Vinton county, last wook.
Dr. Allen, of Logan, was called
to tho home of William AVino lnt
Monday night on account of the
Illness of the youngest son. Wo
learn ho is improving nicely under
the doctor's euro.
Annio App and Rosa Tatmau
called on Clara Cupp, Friday.
Mrs. Rosa Wiliard, 'of Little
Pine visited her parents, Mr. and
Mm. Silas Denton, one day last
Mr. Alva Williams, of Laurel
ville, passed through here Satur
day. E,me5frangeranuf,,ny WlJre
nKintexjia of fruit tree pedujohn Tat
lug north of latitude -12 ui
kind seldom read, and, If t
A mau told us tho other drfy that
twelve years ago, when he bought
piece of land In Iowa and paid $w
acre for It, his neighbors mndo fun
lilm, but ihftt uow some of them bad
ered to take It off his hands at twice
tnat and f i(i wore per acre, some b
- , cm faruWaiMed thano4itw.
still visiting liU parents. -
Wu learn tliul Will llull'uinii has
been buying soino more hind.
Plenty of rnln nnd mud at pres
ent. Mr. F. W. Coukle lost a vnluablo
harso last week.
Mr. Orla Reid has 'moved near
Mr. and Mrs. John Drcsback
have been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chas. Sawyor the past week.
Mr. Geo. Conklo par-Bed through
this plnco Saturday.
Prayer meeting was Well attend
ed last Sunday.
Mis Myrta Lindsey visited Miss
Huldn Bninter nii, Sunday.
MissDorn McGrndy, of Cant
well Cliffs, has been visiting Mr.
Tom Williurd tho past week, '
Mr. L. E, Conklc "took dinner
with A. Lytle, Sunday.
Mr. 1. N. Bowers, of Black Jack,
is visiting A. Bninter nnd family
Mr. Thomns Williard had the
misfortune to cut his foot last
Orla Roid took supper with A.
Buinter, Thursday night.
Cora Lynn visited Mary Wil
Pettil or Ricketts.
There vilLb.e a different story
told when the delegates gather nt
Pomcroy to name Mho Judge for
tho new subdivision"!)!; the Seventh
Common Pleas District. This is
the place for which Otto Vollcn-
weidor, of Vinton County, hns
been seeking to get for many
years, in tlio iMevontli District
Congressional fight, which ended
at Lancaster, it was frequently
discussed and oftentimes appeared
as a part of the dickering that wub
going on. Politicians say that
Vollenweider did' not help his
cause any by his participation in
that celebrated contest. It is un
derstood thnt Hocking County will
have a candidate in opposition to
Vollenweider, and ho will be either
E. 0. Tettit or Edward Ricketts,
of Logan. It is not yet settled
whether Hollis Johnson, of Gallia
County, will go into the contest.
When here last week he asserted
that he had not yet mndo up his
mind. Should his decision bo in
the atllrmative the fight will be
complicated, nnd long-drawn-out.
In his open letter to the voters
of tho Soyonth District General
Grosvonor without mentioning his
name declared that Vollenweider
had been promised the Judgeship,
nnd added prophetically that ho
would not get it because those
who had malo the promtae'lind no
intention o.f, keeping it.
yongressman Grosvonor was in
Columbus and to-day, having come
out from Washington to take port
in the suit ngainst' Deputy Audi
tor Scott at Athens as his attor
ney. This morning ho had a con
ference at tho Hotel Hartman with
Postmaster G. W. C. Perry, of
Chillicothe, and Frank Dye, of
Meigs County, Superintendent of
tho Delaware" Homo for Girls.
That the conference was a politi
cal one every one supposed to be
true, but its purpose is not known.
Both Meigs nnd Ross Counties are
in the Fourth JudicialCircuit, as
well as in his Congressional dis
trict. AtNtho Neil Houso at tho
same tiino wero Charles II. Brysen
and Israel Foster, of Athens, two
of the three triumvirs that brought
about his downfall. They have
boon hero for two days upon mat
ters connectedwith politics nnd
the Ohio University, which is lo
cated in their-town. The inter
view of Albert Douglas published
yesterday in which he declared
that he proposed to make his cam
paign without calling upon Gen
eral Grosvonor for special assist
ance, provoked no end of discus-
s'on and was talked over by
fflfttlntia 'TMia tptumtrl.D otama nr l
i, , , ., . ,
the opinion that General Grosven-
or will' endeavor to use his
lluonco for a primary election
that will be of use in the future.
xney ao not think that ho will to vendor iirhaVkTwSi,oriipcS: I ,,,,.,, , . -"-- -- "
onenlv do anvthlnr, tn MmllBh W,WWJ&LW!??& 80rlbed b ,aW aB t0 hla knowl
the defeat of Douglas, who by his
, j n . .,.....
Intnrvtnw lino r.nf. fl, 0lt
squarely up to the Congressman.
port the nominee of the conven
I'M, General Grosvonor said to-
I nre ..,. . .
I form. "it la a presumption and
'?jlt. They are-nresumintr
the 81 ,,, , , ...
end-sa1-'" bo't tho BcPUllWiy.!x
er.vma; I never sorfttohed stayed on
thn fit Ae for the
boys ana-rife 4tu Jecn content
to rlde" mow aim milk the cows, they
ml h IW toy la plwte' Iwtowl
T- -. II I
. .. . . ....r,,i;.rs,,'0.r..Sao" ' d"y 8''Vh pers.ns nlaced unon tholr hnllnta lio -i ""'
THE OHIO DEMOCRAT.
publican ticket shoe I begin vot-
ilnrry B. Peters, tho Lancaster
banker, who took such an active
interest in tho nomination of Al
berfDouglas for Congress over
General Grosvonor, was nt the
Houso oT Representatives tho other
day, nnd was talking of the fn
mous $2,000 in now bills incidont.
"As a matter ttf fact, tho money
was not actually paid, so I am
reliably informed." said he '"It
wns agreed, however, tho night
before tho convention that John
F. White, of Logan, sjiould tnko
it. Tho plan wns to deposit itjn
the Fairfield County Bank itudin
the morning" express it -.back to
ColumbusTirtho boodler's hotel.
White spent honight in figuring
how ho could escape tuking the
money nnd yet keep tho agent con
vinced thnt ho intended to vote
for Grosvonor. Tho illness game
at Inst came to htm. Ho protend
ed to liuye had a collapse and
wont to bed nt the Mithotr House.
The agent called upon lujn there
and countcd-thc money down on
the counterpane of his bed. .Wliito
weakly told him that he was afraid
to take the money, lest ho should
faint in the convention linll. If
the cash wns found upon him ho
would be ruined. Therefore ho
asked the boodlor to hold it for
him until after the adjournment of
the convention. The world knows
what happened. Wliito stuck to
Douglas and Grosvcnor was de
feated. The boodler went back
on tho electric trolley car to Col
umbus with the money intact, and
I suppose returned it to tho person
who hired him to do the bribing.
I notice that he is lobbying about
the Capitol the same as u'ual.
What gall !"'
Faust, a Treat.
Tho amusement loving public
was out in force last night to wit
ness Porter J. White's compnny
in "FauBt" that old but never to
be worn out piny, which attracts
large crowds whenever presented.
The-electrical featues wero strong
er than ever and from all points of
view tho attraction merited tho
libernl pntronngo it received.
The Broken scene known as the
Hell scene in White's "Fnust" is
considered by critics to be ono of
the most impressive portrayls of
tho abode of his "Satanic Majesty
that has ever been conceived by
the drnnrntist. Opera House next
Tuesday Marcji 20. Michigan
Tuesday, Men. 20
Positively producing tho fol
lowing original effects:
The Bain of Fire
Ths Electric Sword Duel
The Electric Fire Flies
Tho Electric Flower Bed
The Electric Morning Glories
Tho Electric Necklace
Tho Electric Circle of Fire
Tho Electric Skull
Together with Eleotrio Owle,
Snak?, and many other weird and
daumatic effects. Full choir for
i . , uo' who shall have been o-rcsident of
unhn rVlohrnforl ni.t,-t..ft unnn1.. v...uUi. m
I mi iMi I iiiirii I mmnn nnfi ,i.r4vin
f,f.it..i., .1... ,. ;;:..:.' ".tno stae ono yenr. -! or no
forfeited if this is not the finest
production of "Faust? ever in
To License Hawkers, Peddlers and
Hucksters in-tho Public Streets,
within thn limjte of theTncor-'
..y,r,i, ., .
ijuiuicu mugo oi Liogan, Hock
ing County, Ohio.
tPJFrST1!?!? "M- ordained by tho Onun-
? Ji,r y? y.1."",8"..0', '-"Ban. Ho kl'ig countr;
Ohio, that it shall lin mi iu.fni f.... ..:..'
- : . ... ,,... .v. n.. , up. i
In tho IlllllltnutrAAta n,iiial.ni. nt..i.nni
Buu or persons 10 uawlr. coddle or huckster
i'n,88."y (foods, wares or m-rehandise or!
"Lr,er1uf1lloruorartioios of value oreovend'
or SOU tun same, oxceDturoduuts nr Ma mi.,.
f,"1"B';auy nrtlelo orartlalos manufac-
a license so to do as herenftor provided.
J" "'"8 a license, to such person orperions,
,, - - - - ; -,-.;'," iiiui as mayor lor
. MWi "B.LH""K io mm aa mayor for
":"i.T."u" "UBU 'J,,r,,0" wuo "'OU sell ns
KlJ - 'pZUoi ?X:
inrtSJ?.t?itJJ,,.l?8e Pr,on untltaiuohnno
..HSZT10? - ah ordiuanoe orpartsofor
dlnances lnconilstant herowlthare herebi
-..H uvhp M.V HklU,
herowlth are hereby
amflllWr liArln.1 alln.ih.1 I.... -. 1V
arllut period allowed law.
'" urn ths i3thavf March,
9t 35. ..
Cern-No. I, ;c.
TtitlllM--Wkt. H91 rv
'"I ' "
With a few amendments Sena
tor Isnac Huffman's primary elec
tion hi 1 went through the Senate
Tuesday with but three1 votes
against it. Tho proposed law is
copied nfter tho Butler-county
method, which has been in vnguo
for yenrs nnd applies to all norh-
linntinn r . m.w n.,..,::nni .mil
Jlltl.lUMO Jt'l VUMllbJi UIUIIIJMU UIIU I
township officers, Jujticcs of tho
Peace, members of tho Boards of
Education, members of tho Gener
al Assembly and Judges of the
Common Pleas C3urt, where ono
county constitutes n subdivision.
These primary elections shnll bo
held in September, nnd will be in
charge of tho Deputy Stnte Board
of Supcrvisors"of Election, nndall
penalties against, fraudulent vot
ing shnll bo governed by those
sections of tho Revised- Statues
that relato to gcnornl elections.
The Howo nnd Hnnovor bills,
providing for the taxation of fran
chises of public service corpora
tions, were given an open hearing
in the Senate this evening. Mr.
Godfrey Jaeger, of tho Lake
Shore, made the principal argu
ment against the hill, giving num
erous figures tov refute the state
ment thnt the railroads were not
paying their shnre of taxes. May
or Jchason answered Mr. Jaeger.
Another meeting will be hold,
probably next Tuesday.
The Senate adopted tho report
of tho Committee on Benevolent
Institutions, which .reported back
witli favor tho appointment of
Harry F. Taylor, of Portsmouth,
as a member of the Boar of Trus
tees of tho Gallipolis State Hospit
The polls areata be opon from
5:30 in the morning until 0:80 in
the evening. Both politicnl par
ties aro to hold their primaries at-
the same time, nnd ballot boxes
are to be separate. Tho ballots
shall be prepared from nomina
tion papers, which must contain a
declaration that tho signers will
Biipport the candidato mentioned
in their petition, nnd no signer
will ho allowed to affix his signa
ture save to one pnper. The pa
pers are to be signed by at least
1 per cent of the party vote in at
least one sixth of the election pre
cincts of the 'district, nnd in the
aggregate not less than 0 percont.
The ballots aro to be preserved for
threo months for investigation.
No person shnll be allowed to voto
at the primaries if he has receiv
ed or lias been promised nnything
for his vote. It was provided
that tlio Central Committee
should consist of as many mem
bers as, and should be elected in
such manner as, the-outgoing com
mittee should determine, either by
wards, townships or precincts. ""
Section 1. That a proposi
tion shnll be submitted to the elec
tors of the State of Ohio on the
ilrst Tuesday nfter the first Mon
day in November, 1008, to amend
Section 1 of Article V of the Con
stitution of the State of Ohio to
read as follows :
Section 1. Every
mate citizen of the United States
of tho ago of twenty-one yenrs,
county, township, or ward in
which he resides such time &g
may be proscribed by law, shaU
have the qualifications of an elec
tor, and bo entitled "to vote at nil
elections: Provided that after
the year 1008 that any such" citi
zen admitted to the richts of an
shall bo able to speak in
telligibly and road intelligibly in
tho English language as printed in
the current literature of the dav.
CXC0DC Hint anv Bt.ch ftitiznn wlin
shall be physically incapacitated
. , , ,, . J "Utti",u,l"-U
, ,, . , , . s .
BO to an BMhII lm nrlmitfiwl . !,.
, ,, - , -- '
an elector after passing
, , . v &
"T.f . . ".r "ucn ""
JminBUon miliar Sllhll Ce pre-
nri r .. . i .
" ""' J
Section 2. At such
Worda: lor oducational test for
olectors admitted after 1008 Yes;
and those opposed to such amend
ment may have placed upon tkeir
ballots, the words: For educa
tional test for o)ecton admitted
after 1908 No,.
1 1 fin i innn a anrnpa rtn. . nn .A i - - ,,,............- .........
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VA fi . IJ 1
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J :'')r-l 'jar-" i'iipw' ' 'Wiii iVinriiiiri
HEft PHYSICIANS DESPAIRED;
ADVISED CHANGE OF CLIMATE.
Pe-ru-na, Used as a Last Resort, Cured Her oi
a Severe Attack of
The Sensational Cure of Mrs.
""Caldwell Is the Talk of Her
Mrs. JUlu Caldwell, Cdl Pearl Htreut,
Sioux City, la., VIcc-l'rcsIdeiit Order of
"I suffered with catarrh of tho res
piratory organ.i oft anil on for tlio last
threo years until I thought It was
chronic. My clw'TH and lungs were ir
ritated and I had to nso tho greatest
caro not to expose myself to chilly air
or dampness a it increased my troubles.
'My physician advised me to try a
change of climate, but I was unable to
leave my family. Reading of the won
derful cures performed by Peruna, I
bought a bottle.
"It was with the greatest satisfaction
that I found It the one medicine among
tltem all which cured rtiti.wa' re
lieved within thrcn clays and after two
mouths and a half tho irritation was
gone, my lungs perfectly healed and my
healtli restored ."Id a Caldwell.
William KlUsinlllcir, Tlioina? Kltt-inlller '
Amulln Dent mill Kilinlc Klttsinlllur vlo
reside at (..ewiston, Nea ivrce -iuntv,
Idftho. will Inko nollccMlint Mvrtl.i (lanh.
us. administratrix or tlio estnte of Peter
JClttsmlllor deceased, on the 12th ilav of
Mureli Won, filed her petition in thp-Probnle
tuurt mium ami tor 'iiecoumy or iiocKinft
and blnlo of Ohio, nlleKlnir that tliR personal
estate of snld decedent Is Intutllelent to p iy
uii ileum aim uie cimi-gui oi ntinunisterit g
his ostate: tbut lie Ulfi' mixed In foe-Minpli)
of the follouini; real eslnte sllimtu in said
county, and stnte and In thn Village or Lo
gan, nnd known nnd described lis follows,
to-wlt: llolnt! in-Iot Number eight hundred
and nineteen (Slln of tin; lots nr shIiI riihioH
asthpvnre roitswiitivplv iinmlHrirl. Thnt
sniu neceuoui ineii ipiiviiir no widow eiill-r
iinuu louowur in mm premise.
Thu prnyer of Kild petition N for a sale of
said premises, freo of dower, forilho pay
ment of the debts .imlclinryes nforeen'U.
Tho persons llrit. above, mentioned will
rnrther tnkenntlre thnt they have bepu
made partlos ilefondnnl to snld petition
and that thoy nro required to answer thu
Kn mo on cr before
no am nay orjinyA
Administratrix ns aforesaid
Starch 12. 1C0O. ilw
I MRS. IDA CALDWELL.
To The Honorable Probate Judge. J foci in;
IH: By authority dor I veil from you offlelnUy,
""-luU"l nt -i"uiii Ht-vurmuj iu jaw, we
R. H Brieht and W. "W McOray
as esamlners, without previous notice, or imlmr l i? "! ii!ntjraiiirer or nj other Dei-
?lt,iL,A?'.eJi,l0,1,',f"r,1.wUh "."T!1 "lto coul f 2uryTTreJntedour authority aforei l .'
to thn county treasurer, demanded the keys tl 1 vaillts and safes and we nroceeded im.
mediately to count the moneys therein and fnsil rn.t eramlne tht dooS irSVaTOueh"
ers toKett.er with all otner properly which shouftrtS'.TVh Ti wtotlT oTtho treasure?
We then proceeded forthwith to the o(llee of ths, JnUty duor and there aJceTt.ined how
' l'lX' "IIS?"? ' .''CR'"1 ,'?1U, rcl,r le ,' ets mil efTcctsi that should be in the treas
ury, also how much belonged to each particular .1Iui
In compMance with lawrequlrlns certlllcatej of CU examination, we hereby certify that
Sixty three Thousand lour mmdred and -
Clcveu Hollars niiU T-mny-six: Ccnfa.
was the exact amount of money In the treasury, a ,h. ti. tt.tiniant .nnrml whlph -r
with the liooks of the Auditor ireseutt the exact Clarices and owtiVments In eachTrSfriu
lar fund; alsoamountif property, in custedy of jariteanaoerliayiaenwineacJj,pancu-
We state by way of explanation of our report fat aft the bentnnlnir of the term of the urea-SScoK
came such depository and cave security assuch 5d tifld arrabnemenUs stillin fon
of the funds ttlat would otherwise be in Jhe treassl? Sw iiiteh ire lnclnded In ou
the mm nt slitmna Ihnnund Hnll.r.x7.n ri.n..i ? ? WIUCI1 are lUCIUdeo. in pu
to pay intorestliut no settlement of fhe fnrereVt
Lmtnn.OMo.Mawh Bin. 1M. """
Kottd ,r. ..,.,
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Moldlen,' Kellcf ,
Liquor Undivided ,
Hke B n1 and Interest..,.
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Ill lilsnnvllle Special Dlst...
Outstanding Orders. ,
Marion township ....i,
Salt Creek township
Core stiecttl Dlst --.
South Terry School Dlst,
Mound Orosalns ttneu Dial
Collcollons ou the Duplicate
since , 10
Receipts from other sources
Lirror In. township fuuus In
State op Oujo, ) , Q
l:F:K; M?rUn Probate Juibje In and for the coi
fy Uiat the
I j 8KAU I
' that the foregoing Is
correct anil true copy
county treasury as uled In my
by thli court to make the sam
'rtctluionr WheivAf. I liKVM l,A.tinA BA.
Tisau, Ohio, tliU tl tUy of March., A. n. im.
Catarrh of the Lungs.
Thousands of women owo their lives
to Peruna. Hundreds of thousands owe
their health to Pernna. Hundreds of
thousands aro praising Peruna In every
stato of the Union.,
Wo have many thousands of letter
from grateful women, with permission
Jo use them In publio print, which can
never bo used for want of apace. '
Catarrh would notbe such a cunt
tn this country It the people thoroughly
understand Its nature. It must b
treated at once to prevent It from mak
ing Inroads upon vital organs.
Jf you suffer from catarrh, buy Pe
runa to-day, for a day gained on tho
enemy, catarrh, means a day nearer
"We have on file many thousandtesti
monials like tho ono given here. Wo can
only give our readers a slight glimp3o
of the vast array of unsolicited endorse
ments wo aro receiving. No other phy
slclanjn tho world has received such
volume of enthusiastic letters of thanka
as Dr. Hartman for I'rruna.
To prevent and punish fast driv
ing and riding on the publio
high ways of the Incorporated
viliago of Logan, Stnte of Ohio.
lie It ordered by thn counell of the vlllaga
of Locnif, Htntenf Ohio:,
8KCTIQN 1. That It shnll bo and It U here-
ny irnun uniuwrtii lor nny person to drive i
M-mciHoi uny Kiauor nap
anv. animal, or
tho drlvluc or the propelllnirof a vehicle ou
public hlithwnyii of said Village of Jx
nt n-speml faster than 8 miles nil hour
Klin nt n-pepl faster Minn 8 miles an hour
or while drlvlr g or riding on nny of the high
wnysof snld Vllliiira of Logan to turn or
cross from onn high way to another high
wnv of said Villain nia speed faster than
I ho ordinary walk or the animal so droven
8EOTION2. Any person violating ouy of
Mm provisions of the proceeding Heel Ion
shnll lie lined not more than fifty nor less
than five dollars
SECTIONS. All ordinances or partsjjf or
dlnnnces heretofore passed by the council of
hold Village of Logan on tho subject of fast
driving aro hereby repealed.
BEirrrON .1Thtsordlnnnco shall tnke of
fvctnnd belli forco from nnd after the ear
liest period allowed by law.
Passed Mils the 13th day of March, IS"6.
J. 11. UOIiMSON, Mayor.
. i- ur.ui. unu V c, liiurjt
Iwarliiff date the 7th day of March 1&C.
e, so that
.uXhs bTen had.
fully eubmltted, .
H. BRIGHT. J 1?i'lM1
v u.nriv Examiners
alir te Court, Urch,(ilh,.D.lC8.
.It Vklnjf.BtaleotOhlo. hereby certl
UirtaV'r1 ' "ie examination of lh
l yree'aKed exBlln,,ra ppoiatd
Sl"5 -4- - '
for tfek raoi. rawujNNi.
NQUWk r " i(
-J ' -
..j,,., .AinoiiifoTr- 0(lt. Amouni of
i"?""' r?Ar Standing Money In Over Drafts
Balance Draft, Orders Treasury
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