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Declaring the necessity for the Im-
&rovement of Louisiana Avenue, from
ront Street to Indiana Avenue in the
villaKo of Perrysburg, Ohio.
WHEREAS the owners of a majority
of the foot frontase to he assessed for
tho Improvement of Louisiana Avenue
from Front Street to Indiana Avenue,
in tho Village of Perrysburg, Ohio, have
petitioned In writing for tho Improve
ment of Louisiana Avenue between said
WHEREAS plans, specifications, esti
mates and profiles for said proposed
improvement have been procured and
are now on file In the olllce of the Clerk
of the said Village, showing the pro
posed grado of tho said street and
Improvement after completion, with
reference to the property abutting
Now Therefore, Ho It Resolved by
th Council of tho Village of Perrys
burg, Ohio, that tho improvement of
Louisiana Avenue from tho Southerly
line of Front Street to tho Southerly
lino of Indiana Avenue, In said Village,
cxeptlng tho Intersection at Second
Street, now paved, and excepting that
part of the intersection at Third Street
occupied by the tracks of the C II. & D.
R. R. Co., by paving the same with
brick or asphalt block or other sub
stantial paving materials laid on a
concrete foundation, with stone curb,
or cement curb and gutter, as shown by
said plans, specifications, estimate and
profiles, Is hereby declared necessary.
ThR grade of the street to be Improved,
and tho grado or elevation of tho curb
shall be as shown on tho above men
tioned plans, specifications, estimates
and profiles, and said plans, specifica
tions, estimates and profiles are hereby
The corporation of Perrysburg shall
pay one fourth of tho cost and expense
of said improvement .which amount
shall Include tho cost of Intersections,
and tho amount which may ho appor
tioned to tho lots owned by the Village
and occupied by tho Way Library, and
the balance of such cost nnd expense
Bhall bo paid by special assessments
levied and assessed upon the following
lots and lands In tho corporation. In
proportion to tho benefits which may
result from tho Improvement, it being
hereby declared and determined that
all said lots and lands will bo specially
benoflted by said Improvement, to-wlt:
all the lots and lands Included within
tho district bounded ns follows: On
tho northerly side by Front Street, on
the easterly side by the alley between
said Louisiana Avenuo and Elm Street:
on tho southerly sldo by Indlnnn Avi
nuo; and on the westerly sldo by the
alley between said Louisiana Avenue
and Walnut Street. In said Village.
Said assessments shall bo payable In
lSD.e1uaI a"utll installments, tho first
Installment to ho paid with tho taxes
f?.r..i,0i ar 1012. and bonds shall he
thereof antlcPatIon ' "'o collection
This 'resolution is declared to bo an
emergency measure, and same shall
'oVeX?!1 lo'll "rSt W'-
E. L. CLAY,
JNO. W. LYONS,
Clerk of Council.
To Whom It May Concern:
o iVoar.. hrpby notified thnt on April
9. 1812. tho Counc II of tho Village of
Perrysburg, Ohio, passed and adopted
a resolution declaring tho necessity for
tho Improvement of Louisiana Avenuo
ft0mMr0T?.ti,Stre4 t0 Indiana AVonuo
,ni.fa,.d ,vlllu&. by paving tho same
with brick or asphalt block or other
substantial paving materials laid on
a concrotp foundation, with stone cuib
or cement curb and gutter, to bo paid
for In part by special assessments as.
sessed upon tho hereinafter described
specially benefited lots and lands I
proportion to tho boncflts which may
I6,?".1 rrom tl10 Improvement, to-wlt:
All tho lots and lands Included within
tho district bounded ob follows: On
the northerly side by Front Street, on
the easterly sldo by tho alloy between
said Louisiana Avenuo and Elm Street:
on tho Bouthorly sldo by Indiana Ave
nue, nnd on tho wostorly sido by tho
alloy between Bald Louisiana Avenuo
and Walnut Stroot, In sold Village,
Per-ysburir, Ohio, April 10, 1912.
JNO. W. LYONS.
Clerk ot Council.
Midway at tile
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By HAMILTON M. WRIGHT. -
OM.OWING tlio battleship pa
rade Into Sim Francisco har
bor the opening event of the
Panama Pnclllc International
exposition In 11)1. V-there will be a pro
gram of ovenlH or world Interest and
Importance In n succession of two
mouths apart. IntorHpcrxcd with lesser
events: Yacht and motorbont races
of an International character for great
trophies and cash prizes; aviation
meets with the famous bird men of
the world: Olympic games. In which
tho athletes of the world will take
part: Intercollegiate contests; nutomo
bile races. In which the holders of the
world's records will participate In the
nutomobllcs of every nation; military
maneuver1'. In which the crack cavalry
nnd Infantry of this and other nations
will participate upon an extended
scale. The location of the exposition
gives widest scope for the greatest In
ternational sports program In history.
The auto races will pass Into Golden
Gate park before the huge concrete
Coliseum seating "fi.UCO people. Tho
military maneuvers and Olympic games
will also be hold In the Stadium. On
San KrancN'o bay motorboats will vie
for the world's recouls before the Har
bor View Mte or the exposition. Noted
yachtsmen will sail from Europe across
the Atlantic to New York and then
through the Panama canal to San
Francisco. Personal invitations will be
extended to the foreign rulers to at
tend the exposition if possible or to lie
represented by their diplomatic repre
sentatives In tho royal yachts.
The concession aud amusement fea
tures at the exposition will be among
the most striking and original ever dis
played. The ".Midway" will be located
at the Harbor View site of the expo
sition, tho location of the night life of
tho exposition, and every possible foa
tun that can be conceived as appro
priate to an exposition will be shown.
The Chinese residents of San Fran
cisco have under way a project for n
great Chinese concession which will
be surrounded by a replica of tho groat
wall of China. Inclosing within its en
virons a serle' of Chinese communities
and embracing every possible feature
of interest In Chinese life from the
manufacture of silks and ivory and
woodcarvlng to wuupans nnd junks
floating on miniature waterways and
THE MUSEUM IN GOLDEN GATE PARK, SAN FKANCISCO.
Amid aemitropical 6ottings will be located the permanent features of thi
Panama-Pacific International exposition to be held in San Francisco in 1915.
portraying the life of the river dwell
ers around Canton. The concession
will cost .fl.C0O.COO. aud influential
Chinese with American attorneys and
engineers will shortly leave for the
orient. From Nevada concessionaires
will establish a rlproarlng mining
camp, picturing tho days of M9 and
tho bonanza era of the Comstocl;
lode. Bret Ilarte's heroes, old Wells
Fargo Mage drivers, gamblers and
gambling, bad men, prospectors, shoot
fugs and holdups will lead a realistic
touch to the camp.
Hut the chief charm of Harbor
View for most people will Ho in its
setting in San Francisco bay. As the
crow flies the site extends along the
water front for nbout a mile, but fol
lowing the Irregular contours of tho
shore the distance Is more than that.
Along tho entire water's edge at Har
bor View will be built an esplanade,
or bund, along which vlsltois may
walk, and an existing lagoon will bo
made the baRls of a superb yacht har
bor. Classic columns will rise from
the water's edge, nnd near by will be
the great exposition structures, tho
Palace of Liberal Arts, the education
al building, the manufactures build
ing and other edifices that house the
mote serious phases of tho exposition,
os distinguished from tho amusement
features. Harbor View lies aa an am
phitheater, with Its sides tho wooded
slopes of the Presidio and tho tenant
ed hills of San Francisco. It is near
tho most populous part of tho city
and Hniot more than twenty minutes'
walk from Noli Hill, where lived tho
multimillionaires of California's early
mining days. Looking down from tho
hills one can sco all over tho Harbor
Viow site, while from Harbor VJow
Pa a am a Pacific
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(sell one iiin look out over the haj
through the (uldi-u Gate to tile 1'nclllr
ocean At night Harbor View will be
brilliantly Illuminated with lueundos
cents. Flnseti lights and waterfall lllu
mlnatlnus. A chain of lights will
stretch across the Golden Gate, the In
ternational fleet of hattlc'hlps In the
harbor will be i'lumiiuited, a huge
JAPANESE TEA GARDEN IN GOLDEN GATE PARK, SAN FRANCISCO
Japan wdl make the greatest exhibit ever shown from the Flowery King
dom at the Panam? -Pacific International exposition at San Francisco in 1915.
ternntlonal exposition in 11)13. Under
A GLIMPSE OF CHINATOWN, SAN FRANCISCO.
China will display a wonderful exhibit t tho Panamn'Paeifio International
exposition wt 8an Francisco in 1916,
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commemorative structure towering
l,a0() foot nbove the Golden Gnlo will
bo surmounted by a searchlight, and
Its outlines will be llnmcd with Incan
descents, in fact, the contours of the
exposition silo will bo visible for miles
Tho west will be on exhibition to
those who view the Pannma-Paeltlc Iu-
the stimulus of cheap railroad rates
and convenient trafllc arrangements
thousands will have an opportunity
, thnt they could have In no other way
i to know their, own country better.
Side excursions "to the Yosemlte, the
! Grand Canyon of the Colorado, the Yd-
lowstoue Natlonnl park, the Redwoods
of the north coa3t of California, the
iig trees of tho Sierras on the np
pronch to the Yosemlte, the side trip
to Alaska by the inland channel, will
bo parts of the delightful and educn
tlvo features of a visit to the exposi
tion limiting o or any of the eight trans
continental roads that terminate upon
the Pnclllc const will enable the trav
eler to come by one route aud return
by another Visits to the slopes of
Puget sound and the great fast grow
ing cities there, the Great Salt lake.
Ihe Santa Clara valley, with Its pral
I lei of flowers; the orange orchards
stretching from the northern portion
of the stnte to Los Angeles; Hcdlnnds,
Klversido and San Diego nnd the Jour
ney through the Panntna cannl. either
coming or returning, perhaps most
wonderful of all, will be among the un
usual opportunities of 1015, to see
much of the world at n moderate ex
penditure and under conditions never
before obtained. When the Panama
canal Is In operation ships will nego
tiate the Journey between Atlantic and
Pacific coast ports in less thnn three
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THE TOLEDO-DAYTON LINE.
Limited Trains Leave Maumee Sta
6:33 a. m. 2:38 p. m.
8:38 a. m. 4:38 p. m.
10:38 a. m. 6:38 p. m.
12:38 p. m. 8:38 p m.
Limited Trains Leave Maumee Sta
7:58 a. m. i;56 p. m.
9:66 a. m. 3:56 p. m.
11:56 n. m. 6:56 p. m.
7:56, 9:66 p. m., Wapakoneta only.
uocal cars leave Maumee station
as follows: 7:12, 9:12, 11:12 a. m.;
1:12 3:12, 5:12, 7:12, 9:12, 11:12
11:40 p. m. and 12:10 a. m.
Local cars leave Ft. Meigs' station
follows: 7:17, 9:17, 11:17 A. M., 1:17,
i17i5i.17 7:17' 9:17 11:1. H:40 P.
M., 12:10 A. M. '
Local cars arrive at Maumee station
as follows: 6:48, 6:33, 7:12, 7:48,
9:48, 11:48 A. M.. 1:48, 3:48, 4:48
5:48, 7:48. 9:48 P. M.
Special cars can bo chartered for
any occasion at any hour. For Infor
mation, ask the agent or address.
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CHAS. J. LANEY, Traffic Mgr.
May 1, 1911.
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