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FAKE FOOD DEMONSTRATIONS.
Ootid tiittuicil housewives, or gro
cers, who aid w-cnllod w& demou
filitftoi" ty make exhibits of bok
iifjr powders oftentimes unwillingly
hi in an assault upon uio noaitu-
fulness olt their own food. Tho
trek of these fakirs ig smootlily
dono and is liable to deceive It
nirty induce 11 gfdeer ito recommend
, an nltitu unking ivde,r ignorant
f of ill Iruo character.
In adopting or recommending o
liow jiilicto . of food a housekeeper
or grocer does not know the harm
fiei or she may bo doing. Thoy ivro
dnilo unnwwio of "tho mnko-un
oC Hid iirlielo. Most new baking
powders arc imido from nlum.tVhich
Is delriiifcnliil lo Jicaltli. Some, arc
itdtillci'iilcd wilh albumen, some
times ..jUM-tml-fiwjii eggs, but uhii
ally MVf if"i fllaugbler-lioiic
J wfu CaEly ' VrtHP to the
X )wwMSflUJtl,,'ll'y nsedfor the
l)invrofnvO(lucing, ,vhpn if is
Used Willi Wider, on itbnoiinjnlly
frothy, yeasty nppcarniico, j.SncJi
powders make the food tough or
bit ter,. besides milling lo it a filthy
';' iimwiuichuino ingredient. An old
fashioned ereant of tarlnr baking
powder is the best for housekeepers
to use and teachers to recommend.
Four persons wero burned to death
y n fire that destroyed tho Union
lodging honso at San Jose, Cal.
A train on tho Algarve railroad was
derailed nonr Slboi, Portugal. Seven
persons wore killed and 21 Injured
information that Jananeso
Xh?ii J?cl0a t0 .'!' tre,atmont nna '"
dignities In San Francisco has come
to the state department from two .,nnn t,,,,,,!,,,, Winn n " ,,,
sources and Secretary Root has taken ij0.,"1 if L iP." J.1 0,r41w,V,,a
measures for their protection. fft cIoth b,c,roro ""owlns tho babo
At Twin Falls, Idaho, at tho per- lBmi,e mn5r,tf,nc,, mirec3 "sc
formanco of a circus thoro a Uongnlth8 a,w11wUl b, l rcsuUs For
ugor oroke from a cage and In a dash
lor liuorty killed a number of Shet
land ponllos, fatally InJmed a girl and
spread consternation among the audi
ence. Tho animal was killed before It
escaped from tne tent.
Developments In the case of tho
missing diamond broker, Edward
Doeck, of New York, show that ho
was one of tho prime movers In a
gigantic schoino to exploit China and
that with tho money ho derived from
this ho Intended to settle his debts In
New York. Tho scheme fell through.
Four People Killed In a Riot.
RuonoH Ayics, May 27. Soveial
hundred sUlkors Saturday night at
tacked a meat packing plant In which
thoy h'nd boon employed. Thoy wero
repulsed by soldiers and pollco jiflor
a fight, In which four persons wero
killed and many wounded.
8low Progress In Haywood's Trial.
Bojse, Idaho, May 27. From pres
ent Indications It would hoetu that an
other week must ofapso beforo the
taking of testimony can begin In tlm
trial of William D. Haywood. Only ;
members of tho second special veulre
AIJ, THIS WEEK
Gommcucinc Monday Matinco
FRANCIS SWARTZ & CO.
In Hor Sensational Flaycttc,
THE EARLE. SISTERS
Character Changing, Wooden
shoe Dane ng and Singing.
Club Juggling and Hoop
E. P. ROWE
Tenor, Illustrated Song.
MUSIC BO ORHESTRA.
Powers' Gamcragraph Mov
Ladies' Special Matineo
Tuesday and Thursday.
Children's Matinco Saturday
Two-Shows Niflhtly, 7:30-9:00
TICKETS lOo AND ZOo.
Seats Reserved by Calling
Citizens' Phono 380.
Our prepared chick feed
contains tho proper amount
of grits for tho llttlo follows
to kcop thorn healthy and
growing rapidly. Thoy thrlvo
bettor when fed with this
Mozior & Rhoads
"North State, Goal & Focd.
A Choice Collection
Tho 'Lightning Conductor.
Tho Watchmort of tho Trail.
A, Speckled 'P'rd.
.- 'Any of tho ahnvn at tho low
.TSCHANBN BROS. Qruggists?
A MILITARY HELD MASS.
Fifteen YhbusandMen Participate!? In
,pere'nony In Memory of Those
Who Died During the Spanish War.
.iiow lorn, may 27. Boneath leaden
skies from which fell a misty rain JG,.
000 armed men knolt In tho grass, of
tno parado ground at the Drooklvn
fy y?r.d 8"aAW participating In the
I! ra,""QfJr Add maBs in memory of
jno sailors and soldiers who lost their
Hvoi during the war wilh Spain.
In tho center of tho parado an altar
had ,con orectcd and nt this tho
nrloats, robed in whlto and gold, cele
brated solemn high mass In memory
of tho dead.
ThO military fnrrpfl nrnnnnl Ittnliutml
tho sailors artd marlnos from tho navy
yard and tho Twelfth Infantry from
Clovcrnor's Island. Tho natlonnl guard
was represented by the entire Sixty-,
niniii regiment, two companies of tho
Fourteenth regiment, two companies
of the Forty-Beventh and tho third di
vision of tho Second naval reserve bat
talion. There were also a thousand
men of tho First and Second regi
ments of Of Irish Volunteers and 330
boys In whlto uniforms representing
the Catholic Boys' naval battalion.
In a place of honor In brilliant scar
let were a detachment of Canadian
troops who camo to Now York as tho
guests of tho local branches of the
Spanish-American War Votorans to
lake part In the services. They wero
dotachments of tho Fifth Royal Scot
tish Highlanders, and tho Slxty-flfth
Mount Koyal Rifles, of Montreal, and
the Fifth 1'rlnce of Wales Fusiliers, of
Any mother who has had ovnor-
(ienco with this distressing nllniont
I .ttltl Un .JnnfiAfl 1.n... .1.-. -
may bo affected by applying Chamber
i,i. oi n LB' ,,, ',7.m, .:
"'u " "" "'""
Would Boycott Everything English.
London, May 27. A revival of
troublous times for Ireland Is expected
here. Tho socloty called "Sinn Fclno,"
moaning literally "For Ourselves,"
composed of tho hottest of tho nntl
Britons, a majority of thorn young
mon, has gained considerable Impor
tance lately. Its program Is for tho
comploto boycott of England, for tho
Irish members to decline to attend
parliament, for Irishmen to rcfuso to
entor Into business or social relations
with tho Kngllsh In Ireland, and, an
rnr as possible, for Irishmen to ab
stain from buying Kngllsh goods.
Sprains Uuichly Cured.
Hatha tho parts ficcly with Cliiim-
liorlaln's Pain Halm anil give thoniv
abboluto rest, and a quick euro Is
certain. For salo by all druggists.
THE NATIONAL GAME.
Cincinnati Won from the Cubs and the
White Sox Defeated New York, on
6unday.. . .
Standing or tho Clubs.
Detroit .... IS
Now York 15
St. Louis 14
Following aro Saturday's scores:
Clovoland C, Athletics 2.
Chicago 3, Now York 1.
St, Louis 8, Boston 1.
At Chicago Chicago 8, Now York 1
Ave innings called rain. Walsh,
Sullivan; Orth, Griffith, ThomnB.
At St. Louis Boston 3, St. Louis 8.
DInoon, Crlgor; Howell, Sponcor
- Standing of tho Clubs.
Chicago 2C 7
Now York 2C 7
Philadelphia 19 12
Pittsburg 17 12
Boston 13 19
Cincinnati 11 21
St, Louis ?.. 9 25
Brooklyn .... 7 25
Following aro Saturday's scows
Philadelphia C, Brooklyn 5.
Second game: Philadelphia
Pittsburg C, St, Louis 3.
New York 9, Boston 1.
Chicago 5. Cincinnati" 0.
At Cincinnati Chicago 3, Cincin
nati 9. Overall, RUolbacb, Kilns, Mo
i an: Ewlng, Schlol.
At St. Louis Pittsburg 11, St. Louis
5. Willis, Lclileld. Olbsoii; Boebo,
Kargor, Blown, Marshall.
LOW PACIFIC COAST KATES.
From March 1st to April 30th, the
Krlo It. It. will havo tickets on
balo dally at Tory low rates to tho
PacIIlo Coast and Intermediate
points. iFor furthor Information,
upply to L. IS.' Noborgnll, Erie Ag.
ent, or writs
O. L. ENOS,
Trav. Tass. Agt,(
-l2-22tcofl - Marlon. Ohio.
Soo Bontz & Court for that nw
Blcyclo, 22C East Center street.
of late books wo want to show you,
The Roso of'Old St Louis.
Richard Oaryol. 4 "
prico of k....T.?..-'00o
Of the Nerves
Professional men, aa well as laymen,
have been puszed pver the mystorlts
Qf. tho. nervqus system, but, this munh
is certain: that nerve, force Is created
from pure, rich blood,, and, with the
exception of accidental Injuries, dis
eases of, tho nerves arise from a thin.
I watery condition of tho blood.
i tills principle, Dr. A. W, Chase's
Nerve Pl8 wero prepared, for this
sreat restorative actually forms a cer
tain amount of pure, rich blood every
day. Not only I this treatment scienti
fically correct, but, lhe enormous success
which t has attained has proven It to
bo unequalled as a cure, for alt diseases
reeultlntr from thlm watery blood.
When you cannot Bleep well, suffer
from nervous headaches and Indiges
tion, brain fair. Irrltflhllltv. IrimMlnirnr
twitching of tho nerves, and feel down-
neariea. or discouraged, turn to Dr. A,
W. Chaie's Nerve Pills as tho most cer
tain means of restoring vitality to the
nervous. system, andiof. avoiding nerv
ous prostration, paralysis or some
dreadful form of helplessness. BO cents
a box,, 6 boxes for 2B0, nt all dealers,
Or Dr. A. W. Choso Medicine Co., Buf
falo, N. T.
for sal0 la Marion, Ohio, by FlocB-
Frlck Denies the Story.
Now York. May 27. H. a. kvipI nn
aunuay denied tho published report
thiat ho was to crcot Opposite tho Car
noglo Institute In Pittsburg at a cost
of $5,000,000 a building to bo known as
tho Pittsburg Academy of Fine Arts.
The dispatch said that he had already
paid $1,000,000 for tho site and that Its
location adjaccni to tho Carnoglo In
stitute had aunoyod Andrew Carnegie,
who had Offorod Mr. Frlck $1,250,000
for tho land Jn order to prevent tho
erection Of the building. Of the story
Mr. Frlck said: "It Is alisiml. r nm
not going to give Pittsburg nn art In
stitute. So far aa I know Mr. Carno
glo nover dr-nlrcd this properly,"
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
aud Diarrhoea Remedy
There Is probably no medlclno male
that Is Tcllod upon with more Im
plicit fconfidenco than Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemcdy.
During tho third of a conluiy In
which It has been In use, people havo
learned that It Is tho one remedy
that never Tails. When 1 educed with
water and Rwreloucd It Is pleasant lo
take. For sale by all druggists.
$500,000 Fire Lb so.
San Luis ,1'otosl, Mexico, May 27.
Tho machinery Hl'lly and haidwaro
house of Fogarty & Dickson. 0110 ol
tho Inrgest In northern Mexico, was
destroyed by flro Sunday, causing n
loss of about $500,000, much of which
Is covered by Insurance.
A Disastrous Collision.
El Paso, Tex., Muy 27, A dozen
persons wero Injured, flyo seriously, In
a collision between two street ca'rs
here Sunday. Both cars wero almost
demolished. Only a fow passeiiij3ra
vi ro In' tho cars. . u
Tho safe, certain, reliable little
pllfs that do not gripe or sicken aro
Dado's Llttlo Llvor Pills. Best for
lck headaches, biliousness and lazy
Sold by Flockop Drug Slur.
ORDINANCE NO. 30. To proceed
with tho Improvements of Grand
Avenue from Center Street to tho
bouth line of the right of way of the
C, C. C. & St. L. Ry. Co
Bo It ordained by tho Council of tho
City of Marlon, Sluto of Ohio.
Section 1. That It Is Iicicby decided
by the Council of tho City f Marlon,
Ohio, thice-ipiartors of all tho mem
bers elded thereto concurring, to
pruicrd with thu Improvement of
Grand Avenuo 10 tho bouth lino of tho
light of wny of tho C. C. C. St. L.
tty. Co. In accordauco with a resolu
tion for that purposd passed on tho
1th day of March 1007, by said Coun
cil aud being known as resolution No.
10; nnd In accordance with tho plans
specifications, estimates and' profiles
heretofore approved and now on file In
'tho offlco of tho department of Public
Sec. 2. That till claims for dam
ages therefrom shall bo Judicially In
quired Into beforo commonement of
tho proposed Improvement, and tho
City Solicitor bo and ho Is hereby au
thorlflcd and directed to Instltuto
piocccdlngs In n court f of compotont
jurisdiction to Inquire Into such
Sec. 3. That tho wh)lo cost of Bald
Improvement less ono-'lftloth there
of tho tho cost of Intorbectlons shall
bo' assessed by tho fogt froutago upon
all lots and lands bounding and
abutting upon said 'Improvement be
tween Coutor Street undtho south lino
of tho right of way of tho C. C. C.
& St. L. Ry. Co. which said lots and
lauds aro hcrby determined to bo
especially boncfltcd by said Improve
ment and tho cost of said Improve
ment shall lucludo tho oxponso. of
printing, publishing and serving no
tices, icsolutlons, ordinances rcqulrod
and tho cost of Issuing tho samo
In anticipation of tho collection
of the assessment to ho levied for said
Improvement, Interest and all othor
Sec. 1. That the assessment so to
be levied shall bo paid In ten annual
installments aud tho Interest on de
ferred payntoutB not to exceed lx per
rent por annum payablo soml-annu-ully,
provided that tho ownor of any
proporty may, iit Jils option, pay such
assessment or any number of install
ments thereof at imy.tlmo after- said.
, , tf,j j, (.kjufl. .. r
DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY, MAY
assessment has been lcyled,
with Inlercsit to tho semi-annual In
terest day Of said bonds next follow
ing tho ladt payment.
See.4; Bonds or notes of tho City of
Marion, Ohio, shall bo Issued In an
itlcilpatlon of the collection of tho
assessment by Installments and In nn
amount equal thereto.
Sod, C. That tho remainder of tho
cnllr cost of said Improvement
shall Ijo paid by tho Issuanco of bonds
in uiu jiiuiuiui jiiuviuuu oy jaw 4
Hoc. 7. That said improvement
shall be brick block with curb and tho
necessary en lob. basins, drainage, etc
and the following materials may bo
Wd upon thcrefor:V.ItrItfcd brlcV
blocK. " M'rilpnMP
Sec. 8. That tho Board of Public
Servlco bo and they aro hereby author
Izcd and directed to make and oxo
cuto a contract for such Improvement
to the lowest and best bidder nftcd
advertisement according to law.
Sec. 9. This ordinance shall bo Irt
force nntl take effect from and nftcr
the earliest period allowed by tho
Pacd May hi, 1907.
J E. PiHIIiLTPS.
President Pro TenYoC City Counr!'
Aippiovcd by the mayor, Louis
Attest: J. V. Wilson, CJty
Cleik. Pro Tern.
Star G-17-24-07. Mirror 5-18-23-07
ORDINANCE NO. 31. Repealing
part of tho Ordinance No. 130 passed
October 1st, 190C.
Bo It ordained by the Council of the
City of Marlon, Slate of Ohio.
Section 1. That part of ordlnanco
No. 130 passed by tho council of tho
City of Marlon, State of Ohio, Oct
ober 1st 190C, providing for tho con
struction -of water mains on Windsor
Street from the present terminus to
Carnor Avenue, thence east on earner
Avenue to Prospect Street: bo and the
samo is hereby repcald.
Sec. 2. That the City Clerk bo and
he Is hereby authorized and directed
to notify Tho Marlon City nnd Water
Company anil tho Chief dt the Flro De
Sec. 3. This ordlnanco shall bo In
forco from and after Its pabsago
and legal publication.
Passed May l.'l. HI07.
J. E. PHILLIPS,
Pif-Mili-nt Pro Tern of City Council
Aippiovcd oy tho nnavor, Louis
Attest : .17 'V. Wilson, City
Cleik, Pro 'Vain.
Shir 5-17-21-07. .Minor 5-18-23-07
ORDINANCE NO. 33. Authorizing
Tho Marlon City Water Company to
extend It mains on Park Boulevard.
Bo It ordained by.tho Council of tho
City of Mnrlon, State of Ohio:
Sec. 1. That tho Marlon City Water
Company bo and11 It Is hcroby author
ized and directedto extend Its mains
ou Park Boulevard 'from tho present
terminus bouth one Hundred and twen
ty feet. . '
And the City Clerk Is hereby author
ized and directed lo notify said com
pany of tho passage of the ordinance.
Sec. 2. This ordlnanco shall bo In
forco from aud nftcr Its passago aud
Passed May l:i, 1007.
.r. B. PHILLIPS,
Piesidcnt Pro Tom of City Cotinoil
Approved by the (mayor, Louis
Attest : J. V. Wilson, City
,Cleik, Pro Tern.
Star 5-1 7-2-1-07. Mirror 5-18-25-07
ItliSOLUWON ,NiO. 31. Dechij-lug
It necessary to hnpiovo tllo first alloy
cast of Olney avenuo from Center
Street lo Church Street by grading
betting curbs and crossings, con
structing the necessary drains nnd re
taining walls, gutters and catch-
basins, determining tho general na
ture of tho proposed Improvement,
tho grade thereof, and approving
Minns, specifications and profiles
Ho It resolved by tho Council of tho
City of Marlon, Stato of Ohio, threo
rourths of all the members elected
A. That It Is heroby declared neces
sary to Improve tho first alley cast of
Olney avenue from Center Strcot to
Church Street by grading, sotting
curbs nntl crossings, constructing the
necessary drains, retaining walls.
catch-basins, nml guttors, and paving
tho roadway with hard burned brick
or block, In aecoranco with tho plans
specifications, estimates and pro
files of tho proposed Improvement
propared by the City Engineer, and
now on tlo In Uio office, of tho
Board of Public Sorvlco, which aro
D, That tho grado of Bald street as
Improved shall bo shown on said
plans and profiles.
C. That tho wholo cost of said Im
provement, 'loss ono-fprioth thoreof
and tho coyt of lutorsecllon, shall
bo assessed by tho beulflts upon tho
lots and lauds boulflicd by said liu
provoment: and the cost of said Im
provement shall Ihcludcr tho expense
of preliminary and other surveys, and
Of tuo printing and publishing of no
tices, coat or constructing together
with Interest on bonds Issued In an
ticipation of the collection of tho de
ferred Installments of assessments
and other necessary espouses.
D. That the assessment so to bo
levied shall bo paid In five In
stallments with Interest on
doferrod payments not to oxecod
mx iu per cum, jilt iijumm, provid- I
iuk iuui uiu uwuur ui uiiy propony I
!. u..i ii.. ...... a .. i
assessed may.athls.optlonpay such
assessment In cosh or any number of
Installment!! of tho same at any tlmo
after fl'lcn assessment bos been levied,
with Interest to tho hoxt semi-annual
Interest day of said bonds next fol
lowing tho dato of payment.
IE. That bonds of U10 City of Marlon
Ohio, shall bo Issued In anticipation
of tho collection of tho assessments
by Installments nnd In an amount
F. That tho remainder of tho entire
cost shall bo paid by tho Issuance of
bonds as provided by law.
Passed May 1H. 11)07.
'J. B. PHILLIPS,
President Pixj Tern of Cily Council
Approved y the mayor, Louis
AltosltjrtJ. Yi 1 , Wison, . City
Clerk, PHyftnW j
Slnr G-17-24-07. Mirror G-18-2.1.07
bonds to pay tho corporation's part of
Improving Prospect Street, Olrard
Avenuo, Cherry Street, Park Boulo-
vard and Grand Avenuo In tho City
of Marlon Ohio.
Bo It ordained by tho Council of
the City of Mnrlon, State of Ohio.
Section 1. That to pa y tho cost and
expense of tho City's part of Improv
ing Prospect Street from Hill Street
to the south corporation line, In ac
cordance with the provisions of an
ordlnanco to pave the same, horcto-
foro passed, tho sum of $3000; to pay
tho cost and expense of tho City's
part of Improving Glrard Avenuo,
from Columbia Street to Bellcfontnlne
Avenuo In acordanco with the pro
visions of an ordlnanco heretofore
passed, the sum of $700; to pay tho
cost and oxponso of the City's part
of Improving Cherry Street from Co
lumbia Street to Bcllerontalno Ave
nue, In acordanco with tho provisions
of nn ordlnanco to pavo tho same
heretofore passed, tho sum of $700;
to pa y tho cost and expenso of tho
City's part of Improving Park
Boulevard from Center Street to
tho south line of lot No. 1CS8, In ac
cordance with the provisions of an or
dlnanco to pave the same, heretofore
passed, tho sum of $1000; and to pay
the cost and expense of the City's
patt of Improving Grand Avenuo from
Center Street to the south line of tho
right of wny of the (!. C. C. &. St. L
Ry.. In accordance with n oidluanco
lo pavo the same, hcr'oforc passed,
the sum of $1000; bonds of tho City
of Marlon. Ohio, Hiall Ik; Issued and
sold In the amount of Tern Thousand
Dollars. ' ' "-
Sec. 2. Said bonds shall be issued
under the authority of an act of tho
General Assembly or Ohio, entitled
"An Act to Provide for the Organlza-
Hon of Cities and Incorporated Vil
lages etc.." passed October 22, 1002,
and all anicndmcns thereto, and es
pecially under authority of section GIT
of said act nnd amendments thereto.
Said bonds shall boar dat not later
than tho first day of Juno 1007, and
bo duo and payable as follows: Ono
on each of tho following- dales:
March 1. 1911. .March 1. 101C
March 1. 1012. March 1, 1017.
March 1, 191.X March 1, 1918.
March 1. 1911. March 1, 1919.
March 1. 1915. iMnrch 1, 1920.
Tliey shall be of tho dononilnnlion
or One Thousand Dollars each, and
shall 1)0 numbered consecutively from
ono to ton both Inclusive.
Sec. 3. Said bonds shall bear Inter
est at the rate of t 1-2 per cent, per
minimi payable semi-annually, and all
Interest accruing ou said bonds shall
mature and Iks duo and payablo In
Mnrch and Soplcnibor of each year,
and for which Uio proper Interest
coupons shall bo attached and made
a part of said bonds. Hoth principal
an Intel est shall bo payablo at the
office of tho Tioiisuior of the City
of Marlon, Ohio.
Sec; I. Said bonds shall oxprrsn
upon their faco tho purpose for which
thoy aro Issued and that thoy aro
Issued In pursuanco of this
ordinance. And each Bond shnll be
signed by tho Mayor and Auditor of
tho CJty of Marlon, Ohio, officially In
JW ' , i, i t j" i it lil
illV' :4-'"r ' l- VI.
I AND WINDOWS
MADE, TO ANY MEASURE
Thc Wollcnwcber Lumber Co.
WHY you save;
By Buying Your Soap of Us
Wft liavn UlM n rrrint ,tnnl 1.! ...Anh .!..,! It.. Mn. W?
'?5 virtues of P.I5XAIJ, SOAP . But thero is ono thing wo have f J
(f) said very littlo about. That is tho remarkably low price fl
fk for such a good grado of soap. In fact you aro getting a m
:i; 25c cako of soap for 10c. Why? Because wo buy tho soap i
'J? DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY in Boston anil savo the mid- W
W dlomon's profits. Other soap3 that you buy havo soveral fl?
f(j expenses added to tho cost of manufacture which you havo to fi
fi pay. For instance, thero is tho traveling man who. 'Intro-, mi'
. " ui. Kuuv uudi
...i... .. u..!., -..u jvuuui wu uuya it irom ino manuiaccur ii
or and sells it to tho rolailer, who si turn sells it to y"pu. "-1
Wo buy our soap direct from tho manufacturer and eoil (f
it to you with only ono profit added to tho cost of maim- rti
ronfurrt flmrrt nn In 1. ..!.
uu.u.x, n..u.u aa nt uujiug
rovoral profits. That is why
10c a cako or 3 cakes for 25c
their own handwriting, nml hno af
fixed thereto tho corporate seal of
tho City of Marlon, Ohio.' Each coup
on shall havo printed thereon a fac
slmllo of the Signature or Auditor or
said City of Marlon, Ohio.
And tho faith credit, and property
of the City of Marlon, Ohio, arc hcrby
Irrevocably pledged for tho payment
of said bonds and Intcicst thcrcupin
Sec. 5. Tho Commltte of Finance of
tho Council Is hereby authorllicd and
directed to hao said bonds and coup
ons properly prepared anil executed
In accordance with tho provisions of
this ordinance, aim after having the
samo duly recorded In tho offlco of
the Auditor and in tho office of tho
Trustees of tho Sinking fund to ne-
gotlato and sell tho same for and
ou behalf of tho City of .Marlon Ohio,
in the manner prescilbed by lav
Sp (i. Tho proceeds of said boiub
shall bo transfecrcd on wan.uit of
tho City Auditor, to tho Trustees of
the Sinking Fund of bald City to be
by them applied in tho manner pre
scribed by law.
Sec. 7. This ordlnanco shall take
!cf ct and bo In force form this and
?r tl,c earl,csL l"-,,loJ allowc'l V
Passed iMnv 1.1. 1007.
.1. E. PHILLIPS. A
President I'm Tem of Cily Council f,
Approved by tho mayor, Louis t
Attest- .1. V. Wilson, C:ilv $
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The quality of our Screen Doors are
proven by the amount we soil.
Prices 90c to $2.50
It will pay
It's screen door aud window
way is to havo ncroons inado to ordor for all tho windows S
and doors. Our frames aro hcavior, fit porfectly and will last s
twice as long aa tho ready-mado kind. Wo tako tho moasuro-
ments. hang them, at a very littlo cost, assuring lasting satis- 3
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liii wl;i;b. .uiuiib uiu uuiiiv -?
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mi uwiore, you navo 10 pay lor
wo sell REXALL SOAP at
Messenger Service FREE.
Baltic Eea Not for Oysters.
The H.illlr sru is not fealty onough
to sustain ihr lifp of tho ostor
at this time of the yenr
are preferred by many.
Ours are nil home cured
and warranted delicious.
237 N. Main and 128 E. Oen
ter. Both Phonos at each
I LOANS I
Kiiinitiirc, Pianos, etc..
nt rates which aro bound to
Abovo Rynu and Burko j
Hardware Sloro. i
Citizens Phono 080
enough better and
cheaper than the ordinary
that it will do your
good to look, them
you to invostirjatc.
timo and tho most nHfnr.tn. $1
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