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Witk Formidable Army He Has Invaded Nicaragua and
J, thil Hardest Fightjog in Central America is Expected
' to Occur Soon.
-fiaii Salvador. March 0. A
te'tioug column of Iloiulurun Ivotfps
Kiaa Mivadcd Nicarugua tlirougU
"llio department ot Qeotal. Tho
'cnuquarlQi-s of the llotiduran army
ore established at Pcspiro.
i'resKlent lioiiilln is in Ctiiltllrn
inspecting llio fortifications and aL-
faird tllcro generally. Ho is well
J t n rl it 11
eausueu wmi me uiscipnuc ami
spirits ol' llio troops. Chiluticn is
deemed inipregiHible. The general
opinion iicrc is that llonduian
forces will eventually triumph.
The army ol' Honduras is mobil
ized on the frontier under the per
sonal command of Piesidcnt Man
uel liouilla, whoso arrival at the
front lias inspired the troops with
enthusiasm for active operations
The first fighting siueo Febru
ary J 8 occulted during the even
ing t of March 3, when General
Umiliano Chnmqrro, a Nicaraguun
deader who is serving with the
Hoiidurnus attacked and defeated
400 .Nicaraguan troops at Old Dcp
illo and captured "0 prisoners and
a quantity of rifles and field gun
PITTSBURG AGAIN VISITED
BY A PECULIAR StORM
l-A Blizzard Accompanied by a Great Electrical Display
Strikes the City Astronomer Predicted the
Storm One Week in Advance.
Pittsburg, March 0. This city
wa&suddciily enveloped iu a snow
storm that resembled a blizzard just
, bofpre dark, last night, and for an
'V hour all street car service was crip.
,. wed. During the fury of the storm
bunder and lightning were frequent,
to.c'Kiapli and telephone lines woio
eorlfcusly affected, shutters and
chimneys blown down and pedes,
trlans were, obliged to seek shelter
from a 52-mile Uoith western wind.
AVItbln a half hour, the mercury
dropped "15" degrees ,''' Up to midnight
ono death as a result of tho storm
V JIU JITSU
Five Policemen Needed to
Carry a Jap Before New
for a Hearing
New York) March 5. Moto
lycani does not get ir-.auu
f'JtofljIaijiJo aiugipg tenor, but he was
kA 'fined 10 for Ciirusoing when ar
raigned in iorkviHo Court. Moto
hung onto a posl iu the courtroom
and ehoulcd loudly for tho Japan
'pso Consul, while five burly cops
tried.lo drag iiim oefoie Magis
. ..Mrs. Held Urown. looking erv
fipc jij a green tailor-made, wtepped
briskly forward and told tho Magis
trate that sho was 25 years old
aipl lived at 1182 Third avonuc,
and she had been subjected to
disgraceful indignities by tho Jap.
.Policeman Meadp, of tho East
Fifty-first Street Station, told.
Jiov ho had tried to take Moto to
the' station, whereupon the Jap
H'put ipto fits' ofjiu jitsu. Mcado
-vaH making no headway at all
when a dctcctivo jumped from a
street cip and (he two carried lsh-
iyanm all tho way to tho station,
fi ...nC! ,,... 0....1.. ;.. -. ,
- and when asked by tho courts vy
- no uu u. miiui: "i tnuit't touch,
,(."1 haveitt CojWuIi" ho added;
'Ybu moan coiliiaelf" asked
th'u 3IagUlhito. "Ten dollars. Voit
tau'ui leave, American girls alouo, '
pMuiwHIit tho 'tliio and let Iiuu
'"KluwUh 'ma" fcuid John IiroVii
feujihuud w-tif, tho young woman.
Jku-ahwhlio Moto wai yelling loudly
fovttlioi1 Japanese Consul and Jiang
' iug ta a post. Ho was finally coax
ed, below on promise that tho
Consul would couio.
The safe, certain, roljabjo littlo
MW tt do not gripe or sicken are
Mio'M Utlo Liver IJllU. lidst for
nick, heaiMohes, biliousness and lazy
P- .. ...
ttWJILLA HEADS -
ammunition. The. loss 'of the Ilou
Junius was small .
The following telegram l tho
coinniutiduutes received in Puerto
"Palace, Tegucigalpa; , March 1.
11:20 a. m. Commandaiites: In
this moment i leave my bed where'
f liaxe been confined' by biddies--to
inarch for the Mouth and put
myself at tho head of the army
to li'pol the unjust nggiession of
the Government at Nicaragua. J
confide in you, that during my ah
senco yuu will know how to com
ply with your duly, and 1 hope
that the war will soon end with
brilliant results for our anus.
(Signed), Manuel Houilla."
Tho hardest fighting ever seen in
Central America is expected to oc
cur. President Uonilla's object be
ing to drive at once to Managua.
A telegram to commandantc
from A. C. Coello, Minister of
Foreign delations, reviews in dc
tail the course of Piesident Zc
laya and denounces luui in round
terms. Ho denies that llondurian
soldiers have committed depreda
tions in Nicaragua, and declares
it absolutely false that Nicaraguans
have defeated the llonduian forces.
Profesbor John A, llnishcar, of the
Allegheny observatory last week
predicted that this vicinity would
experience phenomenal atmospheric
conditions about the middle of this
iMIss Sarah SL-wart, aged 30, was
rH'urnliig h'pnie in Allegheny, and
left a trolley car to walk a few
blocks to her homo. The gale ov.
e; canto her and she htrtigglcd to a
porch of tho first houso site came
to. She wan taken In and Immedi
ately dropped dead.
Tho coroner repoited hwrt failure,
duo to exhaustion.
Marietta's Stanford White is
Fined and Sent to the
Marietta, March . Walter Hav.
age, tho sketch aitlst, who lined
tin oo young glrla to Ills studio Sun
day evening, piled tlleni with whisky
ami was later the victim of a son
bational police rail, was arraigned la
police court, where lie pleaded gulll
to furnishing Intoxicants to mlii'iib
and was fined $100 and given III'
iln b lu Jail. The threo victims ol
Savage wore present and told tholi
j story of how ho forged them to
m i Mi uii! wiiiait uy ijiruaicuillg 10
kill them If they did not do his bid.
ding. He threatened them with a
similur fate If they oyer told of the
occurrence. Savage begged for len
iency and promised to leave the
country If thoy would let him off',
ills plea was fruitless and the
crowd which packed tho court lo'jin
loudly cheered when sentence was
WAS TRYING TO BANDAGE
STUMPS OK HIS LEGS
St. Louis, March U. -Section men
on the Clover Leaf rallioad foiuid
Jpheph Iiooper, aged 3t. of Akron,
P., sitting behlde the tracks, near
Uranlte City, trying to bandage, up
liut stumps or botji feet. Ho had
been riding tho bumpers of a freight
Italii he tRVid, and, had fallen
toUoatn tho wheolfi, .both" feet hav
ing been sovored. Hooper was hur.
tiedly taken to tho eounty hospital
and 'word W(W telegrnuhed to his
HEALT1 WAS FAILING
Ml. Vmnoii, 0. March (1,-Oila
nrubseait fearing losing his health
idiot h.mself at .his homo, this
liwiiing, in -tho TroRnco-oj?Jii3'
ranpiy.;uo-wiil'dio ''-"jr i ,
HEAD GATE AND MEAsiRlNG
BOXES FOR 1RRIGATINC SYSTEMS
The Water Supply Is Kept Under Perfect Control
Quantity Uned Accurately Measured.
Each farmer who has an litigating
B)Blopi needs a head gato to contiol
tho flow fioni the main or branch ca
nal Into his pilvato ditch. This head
Lateral Head Gate.
gale should meet the lcquh cutouts of
both tho canal company and tho farm
er. Tho Interests of tho company do
mand that It shall bo water-tight wJicn
closed, large atvough to admit the nee-
cssary flow, and so mado that It can
not bo i allied above a given height.
The farmer Is likewise iutcrcctud lu
having a substantial head gato or am
ple size, but In addition ho desires it
to bo doslgned In such a way that ho
can, when ho chooses, cIoko It partly
or altogether. The head gato is placed
at tho edgo of tho canal ami either a
wooden box or plpo convoys tho water
niH iio rwiK
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Dwarf Apple Tree Grown by Prof. Waugh
i itf.Qj&iZ&Z N"
Ono 0 live, subjects relating to hortl
oiilUuo which demands dcsorcd at
tention Is the oiperlmont of Piof. F.
A. Wijhigh, bf tllo Mashachusotts agrl
cultmul ftdllogo In tho pioduotlou of
dwaif fruits. Tho one-fourth aero
dwarf fruit 01 chard thcro fruited
heavily lafe'l season. All of tho commoii
fruits 1 such autiapplcs,' pears, plums,
peaches, nectarines, otc:, aro found in
One Thing aViTlmo, tpw farmctB
can make a success of raising fancy
and plain poultry at the same time.
Doing one thing ut a time, ami that
thing well applies to poultry raising
tho same as, jinythtue .else.
Carlno for Lambs. It won't pay to
bayo tho littlo lambs 1 tinning out in
the snow befoio It IickIiih to ntelf.
Chase them around iilsldo if thoy
tthow slttns o( thliiitps.
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A , , . A. ' .. ,11 J ,V ' -i K" . 111 t
tdU,rA' ., .JOlsii SLi;i, . ..' ,Z&
under tho oidbankmbnt of the canal
When a woodcn"ilio is used a convon
lent typo of head gato la that shown
In our Illustration. The bo as shown
Is about 20 lnchos wide and 17 Inches
deep Inside, and tho gato which la
mado to fit this opening consists of
two thicknesses of ono-lnch boards.'
The upper part of tho gato stem Is a
round stool rod thteaded, and tho low
er part a pleco of band steel welded
to tho rod, This flat portion Is em
bedded between tho boards of the gato
and fastened with b'olts. Tho gato U
opeiated by mcana of a cast-Iron hand
w heel, held In placo by two cross tim
bers, which In turn nro supported by
posta resting on tho box., Tho special
nut, attached to a chain and locked,
prevents tho gato from being raised
beyond a fixed point, et It docs not
prevent the gato from being partially
or wholly closed. a'-W
Various dcvlcesarc used to mcaa
uro the water delivered to farmcrn,
but ono of tho most common Is the
weir. Weir boxes arc made small or
largo to suit tho flow. The sketch
given herewith represents one of me
dium Blze, which will measure Gu to
200 miner's Inches. It consists of a
bo of fliiino 12 feet long and over five
feet wide. Elght.foot' fjom the upper
end a weir board ts'Jnscrlcd of tho
form and dimensions shown In tho
sketch. Tho water which enters tho
upper end of tho box is Jhst checked
by tho weir hoard and .subsequently
flows through tho notch. Tho depth
y ?9- 3
for Weir Boxes.
of water flowing through lu moasurcl
by a gaugo placed about four fcul
above tho weir boardfy Tho zero ol
this gaugo 1b on a lcvci'wlth the bot
torn of tho notch, liyta jeferenco tc
weir tables tho flow nnlybo found foi
uny depth. Thus, It tho deptli on the
gaugo la six inches, tho flow Ihtougli
tho 21-Inch weir shown in llguio 1J
Would bo 95 miner's Inches.
ii mt .
a Mm I Mi UH, iit'Ajren
tho dwarf fruit gaidcu. ' l-'ino luigo
npjiles last season glow ontttqos nol
half as tajl as a mini. Tho fruit In
somo instances was wlttijn, two or
tin eo.-Inches of tho ground, Pi of.
Waugh expresses confldfcilccb thtt
dwarf fruit trees have soliiS1-.' commer
cial possibilities, while placing thL1
oiupfmsls on their linporfiujcq to the
small householder and villdge.dwellor,
Not a Good Growlna Ration. If the
lambs aro wintered on h 'lixelhslvo
ration of fodder and hay and-rdojs to
make boiiio giowth, Hid gajn .will bo
So Utile, as the piopiiubu or food
used tor mere exlstencu Is .so great,
that tho gain will not pay for tho
tron'blo, llitei est ami ilsk. t
Vnler War(. A good winter's job:
MiU!ii,tlllnnti n tt hi'iiHo jiaivJy. for
the -wlfo, Siuuy har coMfortsl" ''
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lain couscrsnlions ho lnul had with
Thaw iu the Tombs. Mr. JJelmas
piolesled that he had not been al
lowed logo into these conversa
tions on direct examination. lie
was proceeding at some length to
slnte Ihe position of tho defence,
when Mr. .leiome intcirnpted with
(hu remaik that the argument did
uul call for a "stump speeuh."
Mr. Mclmas lioteclcd against this
'olfensive languago" by the dis
trict attorney. Justice Filygerald
intei posed in the 'discussion and
Mr. Dclmas, wuj soon lost to view
because of 'he turn affairs took.
FOOLED THE HOLDUP MEN.
intended Victim Dumps His Money Into
Mailbox and Thus Saves It.
A Went end man had an cxpeilciico
recently that mado his hair stand on
nd nnd had It not been for his quick
vlt in devising a means of getting out
or tho dlllleulty It might havo cost him
leaily, says tho Duluth Ncws-Trlbuno.
Ho m tho Measurer of a local lodge
iind was leturnlng homo from a meet
Inf; with a considerable amount of
money hi his possession fortunately
tho greater part of which was In cur
rency. Ho gdt oft a car quite a distance out
In tho West end nnd turned oft a side
street towaid his home, when ho no
ticed that ho was being followed by
two suspicious looking, mon. Quick an
a flash ho pulled an envelope out. of
his pocket, nddrcsscd It to himself,
Ftnmped It, put tho currency lusldo it
Mid dropped It in tho mall box. Then
ho stalled on a brisk walk.
Suddenly theio camo n command
rrom behind him.
Up went ills hands and the lobbers
wont through his pockets. Ho smiled
mnuly ns tho holdups secured only a
few dollars In silver, and ho thought
with pleasure of tho money he had
put lu tho mall box In Unclo Sam's
caic. The robbcin went away com
plaining of the small amount thoy so
cuicd, nnd tho treasurer went home.
Next day tho letter containing Ihn
money was delivered safely to his of
fice. Never Saw Train or Street Car.
Harry Craun, who lives 2fi miles
from Staunton, nnd had novor before
eccn a Main or street car, was In the
city today. Ho would not leave 'the
railroad station, expressing tho fear
ho might get. lost. Ho Is otherwise
very Inttellgent, nnd was well dicsscd
and seemed to appreciate tho hunioi
of his situation. ltlchmond Times
Dispatch. Again the Composition.
One can imagine tho annoyanco ol
tho raciiif," rcportor who was trjlnp
to describe a close finish but only
succeeded .lu, getting this statement
Into print: "Kingniund beat him
twlro tho first tlmo by Icsb than a
week In a dlngdong drive." And yol
neck doesn't seem to look so much
East Uuffnlo, N. Y.,
Cattle Ilecelpts 17D;
Veal calncs ltecelpts
and Igher. Top veals,
mil to fair, 1 l.SB.
Sheep and lambs-Receipts :i,0U0,
netho and 10c higher. Choice
.anihtt, 7.7t" ".'.10; cull to fair,
5.2." if) 7.03; jearllugs, li & 0.7ii;
wethers, 5.73 t 0; ewes, 5 15. 23;
mixed seep, 3 dip S.5U; cull sheep,
2 50 4.
Hogs Receipts 2,230;
3 higher. Yoikors,
mixed grades., 7. U5
7 -10 7.50; loughs, G.C0
lags, 5.23' 5.50.
UNION STOn vAEDS.
Union Stock Yards, Ills., March 0
-Cattle Receipts 20,000; estimated
for Thursday, 7,000; market steady
t) stiong; prime beeves, 5. SO
0.00: poor to medium, 1.25 5.70;
blockers and feedois, 2.75 & 5; cows
ami heifers, 2.00 5.25; ranncrs,
7C 2.70; Texaus, I 1.73.
Hogs Receipts 23,000; estimated
for Thursday, 22,000; marko. strong;
llgl, C.73 0.05; rough, 0.S0
0.90; mixed 0.00 7; heavy, ,0.02
7; pigs CIO 5.75.
Sheep-Reflpts 10,000; fcstlmatod
for Thursday, 12,000; market steady,
to 10c higher; natlvo sheep, 3.75 ip
5,05; western sheep 3.90 5.05;
natlvo lambs, -1,90 7,05; western
ambs 5,25 7.75.
Uhivcluuilf March !, -Hogs lto.
celpts 15 cars; shipments light;
higher. All grades, 7,25; stags ami
roughs, 1 0.00,
Calves ilecelpts 50 head; slow.
Good to i?tnir 7.75 -8.25; fair lo
good, 7 7.50. ,hl
Sheep and lambs Strong. Good to
extra lambs, 7.50. 7.05; fair o
good, 0.75 7-.25.
Cattle -Receipts 5 cars; steady.
Pittsburg, Pa., March C Cattle
Supply light; market bteady. Choice
5.70 C; prime .5.50 ,T 15; good
5,10' tidy biitchof 1,00
fair, 4.10 4,60; eliolco helt-
at), 1,130' 'QaG;, common to fair
Daily Market Report
amount of uionoy you I
lost by keeping your i
i spare rooms vacant so long. ;
A largo sum is it not? Mako
up your mind that you will I
I loso monoy no longer in thLs
way. Havo your ad inserted j
iu The Mirror for a week, :
which will cost you 50 cents, j
j Your room will tiicn bo
rented. Clioap commission to
; pay, is it not? 3
Phono ads to No. 0 either ;
"WANTlilD-airl to do general houso.
work. Permanent. C02 S. Slate
itf'.ect. Either phono S3 or Boll
358 L. 2-0.tf
V A Ni'KD-Any pcibou willing to
distribute our samples; $20.00
weekly. "Umpire," 02 LaSallo
street. Chicago, 111. 3.3.2tpd
WANTi: AIJOYOue 17 or IS years
old to work lu a blacksmith shop,
one who Is willing to woik In.
Utilro nt rear of 132 No. Sthto St'.
3-G-Gtpd FRKD STAUU.
WANTBD-l'obltlou by man who un.
derstamls care and operation of
machinery and belting, repairing
and mill wrlghtlng, operation of
flour mills. Handy wood work
man . A knowlcdgo of grain and
elevator business or any kind of
work. Address 700 North Main or
call Dell phone 115 ,. 3-l.Ct
W'ANTKD 'Ohice turulbhed looms
sultablo for light housekeeping.
Gas and a bath connection de.
sired. Add i ess O, enic of Mirror.
"OR SAL12 3 modem homes on
Glrard Avenuo (cast tide) between
Ilcllcfoutaliio Aentie and Columbia
street. Inquire 117 1-2 South
Main street or Citizens' I'hont
'OR SAM2-A No. 8 cook Move,
good an now, coal or wood. Just
half price, 500 K. Church, or ad.
dress S., caru Minor. If
FOR SAl.K-ltlack Spauisli .luck, 0
jear old. Will weigh one thous
and pounds. Can show his gel.
Inquire or Jlif Hunisldo at Ger
heifers, 2.30 i; bulls, 2 1.30;
fat cows, 2 1.25; good fresh cows
and springers, ?23 ?30; comr.'.ui
In fair, ?I0 fl ?20.
Sheep and lambs-Suppl fair;
Hli sidy on sheep and 3 lo 10c lower
on lambs Prime wollm-s, 3.03 ifj
5.5(3; gooil mixed, 5.35 Oj' 5.00;
rnir mixed, 1.05 (w 5.23; culls and
common 2 & 3; lambs 5 ( 7 70;
Hal calws, 8 5.00; heavy und
hill, 1.50 5.
Hogs Receipts, 10 double decks;
market steady. Prime heavy, 7.30;
medium nnd heavy yorkers, i.IO;
light, yorkers pud pigs, 7.10 7.15;
icughs, 0 S o.fiO: htngs, 5 5.50.
Chicago. -March li.-WIu-at-l-'J
and :i-le hiu;lior; May hold between
7."i l-'J and V'li f)-S; opening ut 7u
A-i and eloMiijr nt 7li 1-2; July
! between 70 "-S and 77 1-2; opening
nt 7(1 .11-1 and elosiujr at u 1--;
No. 'J red winter 7-1 L-2 and 7.").
Shorts weie eager buyora towaid
lite cloie. An opening blitinp in val
ues following; the decline of l-'ld
ul Liverpool brought heavy support
ing order into the market instead
of the demoralization expected.
Corn 3-S mid ll-lc higher; Jlay
old between -IU 3-S and -17; open
itnr at 4(1 3-S and closing at -1(1
7-8 bXl; July between -10 and -l(i
1-1; opening at d(l and closing at
10 1-1. No. 3 jollow -12 3-d and
I'tich rally bi ought .somo long
corn to the surface but lack of
cars prevented liberal receipts and
Oats 1-S and 7-Se higher; Jluy
sold belweeit 41 1-S and 42; open
ing at 41 3-S am' closing at 42;
July between 30 1-4 and 37 7-S;
opening ut 30 1-1 and closing nt 37
No. 2 white 43 and 43 1- 2.
Shorts iu July were fieo buy
ers. ProvkioiiB-Wero 2 1-2 5o
lower; Jluy products ranged:
Poik 10.22 1.2 uuil 10.32 1-2;
lard D.o7 1-2 and 'J. 02 l-2j ribs
0.02 1-2 and I). 07 1-2.
Toledo, O.. March 0. -Wheat-Cash
77; May 70 3-S; July 70
3-4. September 70 3-4,
Corn-Cash 40 1-1: May 47
3-4; July 47 7-S; September 48
S-Sj ' . ' . j
Oats-Cash 43 3-1: May 42 1-2:
Julv 3S ,'M: Sopfember .33 3-8.
to-Xo. 1, 72; No. 2, 00; No.
8:40,' April 8;lli
I'OU HAlili .ly lurm of 10 u"cicd,
situated 2 1-4 mlC8 cast of 'Proa,
pect, O,, a bargain If ' feold soon.
Eva P. Johnson, Prospect, O. It.
F. D.No. 2. 3td&2tw'
I-'OR SAIjE-UO acio tarm cast of
Mai Ion. Good Improvements, will
take Marlon property as part pay.
Also a new 7 room houso closo to
shops nt a bargain. Address or
call on M. J. JI., 107 1-2 Main
WANTL'D AT ONUK Man and wlfo
to take charge of modern, fur
nished home, rent free. A bar
gain to right paitlcs. For partic
ulars, call at Imperial Coffee and
Grocery Co., 112 s"outh Prospect
AUCTIONERR1NG-J. W. Clark
will cry sales of ovcry description
at rcasonablo rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your Interest 1 my
Interest. Offlco rooms, Court street.
Both phones. Marlon, Ohio.
I CAN SELL
four Real Estate or Business
No Mattor.AVhoro Located.
Properties and Business of oil kinds
sold quickly for cash in all parts
of tho United States. Don't wait.,
Writo today describing what you
havo to sell and give cash prica oa
IF YOU WANT TO IUY
any kind of Lusincss or Real Es
tate anywhere at any price writ
nic your requirements. I can savt
you time and money.
DAVID V. TAPF,
THE LAND MAN.
1-15 Kansas Avonuo
Iu our job office, which is equipped
with nil modem lacilitics for doing
office work we give our students
practical experience and the fees
taken iu pay the expense of thoso
who aro working their own way Wo
also furnish places to caru board
and room. Tho.;c contemplating a
course will find it to their advan
tage to write us for information aa
wc have 011c of the largest and most
successful schools iu tho state.
BUSINESS OR SHORTHAND
Pobitions furnished compctont
students, as soon as graduated, at
salaries from $10 to $00 a month.
Address I. F. Cloni, Secretary.
LIMA BUSINESS COLLEGE '
prime alsikc 7.0o. '
Prime timothy 2.20.
I'ggs Strictly fresh 21 per doz
en . I
Duller Creamery, tubs 33 1-2;
punts 31 1-2; lonovalcd. tubs,
2.1. lmin. rolls 20.
Chicago, .March C Uulcr weaker;
eggs unchanged; poultry Jinn. '""
Kggs-Kxtras, ISc; llrbts 10 1.2c;
pi lino llrbts, 17e.
Ilutter Hxtr.is lu creamery, 31ct,
Cheese-Twins lie; joung Amer
Irna 15 1.2 10c. l
Poultry fl'iirkeja. hens, 10c; chick
ens, liens, 11 i-2c; ducks 11 1.2c;
gfCbe per do.en, ?3 $7.50. .
NEW YORK PRODUOE.
Now York, March 0. Ugga-Ro
celpls 32.1S9; btcadler. Nearby
white fancy, 32 33e; do extra
mixed 20; western fluest, 2S 3:
southern, 17 18 1.2.
Sealed bids will bo received until
to o'clock a. in., Tucsduy, March
10. 1907. bv the Hoard of Publlu
Safety. Cltv of Marlon. Ohio, for
one flibt clnss Combination Chcm'.
Icnl and Hose Wagon, with a ca
pacity of 1000 feet of 2 1.2 In. cot.
ton rubber lined fire hose.
IJody bolUl steol; chemical tank,
10 mil., exnosed tank. 200 feoL n-'l
Inch 1 ply chemical hose. Archl.
bald wheels with brass boxes, spokes
2 1.2 In. iu width. Firestone tires'.
3 In. sldowlto, rubber tire supports,
liusket for chemical hobo, ladders.
one 12x12 extension, one 12 fo'it
roof with foldluc hooks. nalllnira.
all to bo 1 In. brass tubing. UIddcr3
arc required to furnish photographs
or nine Prints and omplelu specifi
cations of wagon ami equipments.
Each bid must contulir tho full
name or every jiuihon or company
Intercbted lu the same, and bo ue.
coiupaulcd bv a cortliicutn nr cIi.iu.mU
or ono hundred dollars with the
City Treasurer as a guarautco thilt
If said bid Is accepted, a contract
will bo entered Into utld Its perfdrhK
anco properly secured.
Should any bid bo rojected, such
check will bo forthwith returned to
the bidder and nhould iniv Mil , lm
accepted Bueh chock will bo rnturhoil
upon the proper execution and secur
ing or 1110 contract. Tho right la
reserved to reject any aiid all .bids.
Uy order of th0 Board of PUblld
WILLIAM PIER, Olorl;.JP
Star-iandiMlr'rnr, 3-0.13-0I- 2jj
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