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THE MARON DAILY MIRROR,
THURSDAY, AUC1UBT 8, 1007.
Continued from Pago Two,
to 70U7 to nay tliu Cost and ex
punso ol eonslruetiiie; snndstoiiu .
uiilmt ti 14u iilmiir &i.,,.l ... .i i. If.n '
Bum of Sixty-Lntce (ISJ) Lenta iter
That a special assessment Jju lev
ied upon the lots and lands abut
ting upon the east kkIc of Fics
Avenue l'lom Dennett .Stieet to
the south line of lot No. 1557 to
pay the cost and expense of con
stuictiiig sandstone sidewalks aloiifj
eahl street in the Hum of Hixty
tjiiuo ((W) (.'mils per lineal fooU
See, 13. That a special assess
ment bo levied upon ibo lots and
lands abutting: itju n (he south side
of Church street from Heed Avenue
to Montrose Street to pay the cost
and expenso of constructing sand
fctoue sidewalks along said street
in the sum of Sixty (GO) Cents
)er lineal foot.
t KENSINGTON AVBNl'K.
Sec. 14. That u special assess
ment be levied upon the lots and
lands abutting upon the east sido
of Kensington Avenue from Center
Stieet to the south lino of lot. No.
2518, to pay thu cost ami expenso
or cpnstruoting sandstone sidewalks
along s-iid street, in the sum of
Fifty-nine (GO) Cents per lineal
Sec. 15. That a special assess
ment bo levied upon the lots and
lands abutting upon the north side
of Sugar Street from the Hocking
Vullcy Railroad to Uncaphcr Ave
nue and uim)ii the south side from
the Hocking Valley Railroad to
Dnvids Street, to- pay the cost
and expense of constructing sand
stone sidewalks- in the sum of
Fifty-eight and Three Tenths (58.3)
Cents per lineal foot.
See. 10. That a special ussess
men be levied upon the lots and
lands abutting upon both sides of
Henry Street from Darius Street
to Buckeye Street to pay the cost
ami cxpeiiMJ ot. constructing sami-
stono sidewalks nlong sufil street,
in tho sum of Sixty-two nnd Two
Tenths (C'2.2) Cents pur lineal foot.
Sec. 17. That a special assess
ment be levied upon tho lots and
lands abutting upon the east side of
Cummins Avcnno from Church
Street to Ml. Vernon Avenue
to pay tho ccU and expense, of
eonstutcting salulstono sidewalks
nlong said street, in tho sum of
Six.tyi:six (CO) . I""
Sec. 18. That a special assess
ment bo lovied upon the lots and
lunds untitling upon the west side
of Summit Street from Church
Street toi end of plank walk to
pay the cost and expense of con
structing sandstone sidowalks along
said street, in tho sum of Sixty
and Five Tenths (00.5) Cents per
See. 10. That a special assess
ment be levied upon tlio lots and
lands abutting upon tuts east side
of Chicago Avenuo from Center
Street noitln to pay tho cost and
expense of cuistrueting sandstone
sidewalks nlong said street, in tho
sum of Fifty-nino (5!)) Cents per
See. 20. That u special assess
ment be lovied upon tho lots and
lands abutting uou the east sido
of Hlaiuu Avenue from Columbia
.tieet south to tho Foster Alley,
to pay tho eost and expense of
constructing sandstone sidewalks i !
nlong said stieet in thu sum of J
Sixty-two (U2) Cents pew lineal
See. 21. That a special assess
ment bo lovied upon thu lots and
hinds abutting upon the east side
of Chester Stieet from Silver Stioot
to tho Silk Mills land to pn tho
cent and expenso of constructing
sandstone sidewalks along said
street in the sum of Fifty-nine
and Ono Tenth (CO. I) Cents per
See. 22. That a special assess
ment be levied upnu tho lots No.
1185, 1180 and 1187 abutting upon
the west side of Franconia Avenue
to pay tho cost nnd expense of
ci-ustructing sandstone sidewalks
in front of said lots in tho sum
of Sixty-llvu (05) Cunts per lineal
foot,., i ...
See. 23.' That a special assess
ment be lovied iijh) lot No, -12fi!)
abutting upon tho east side of
Uncnnher Avenue to pay tho cost
and expense of constructing sand
stone sidewalks in fmit of said
lot in the sum of Sixty-six and
Five Tenths ((10.5) Cents per lin
See. 21, That a special assess
ment be levied upon the lots and
lands abutting upon lioth sides of
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF
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ALCOHOL 3 r-Ell hunt
slmllalhgitenxtfandlfaMa (lug llic Stomachs aiuHltrdsor
ncss and RestContains iiclilw
Opium.Mor'luac nor Mineral.
Ancrfect Remedy forCmisllna
t Ion , Sour Slotmcli . niarriiof a
Facsimile Sfgnaturc of
NEW YORK. 1
Guaranteed under the I'owjnjl
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Cnthuil Stieet from Wilson Acuue
not th to pay thu eost and ex
pense of onslructing sandstone
sidewalks along said stieet, in the
sum of Sixty-four (01) Cents pur
Sue. 25. That u special usbus
meiiL hu levied upon the lots und
lamU abutting upon both bides of
Maine Avenue itoni tho present
tci minus of tho sanitary bower in
said stieet, tno lnuiilicd and eighty'
(180) leel south to pay the cost
and expenso of constructing a
sanitary sewer and, cellar drain
in Hlaiuu As-unnaJictwccn thy points
nf oi usual lii"lR$Vuhiu.f. Fifty and
t'ourtli Tenths (50.-1). Cents, lineal
Stic. 20. That n special assess
ment be levied upon tho lots ami
!ands abutting upon both sides of
Walnut Stieet from Prospect Stieet
io Iiey Avenue to pay the cost and
exneuso of constructing a sanitary
.ewer and cellar drain in feuid i
died, in 'the su . uiof Fiftv-three
(511) Cents per lineal foot.
Sec. 27. That said nssessinont
hall be payable in cash within
thirty days from the date of tho
.Irs! publication of the ordinance
a in ono installment nt the ollico
jf the City Treasurer of Muriuu
Ohio, or, nt tho option of the own
ir, in live iiununl installments with
inleiest at the rate of six pur cent
per annum and penalty on deforu'd
i ... it... m. .'..! ii. i'j,..,.
MVincnls at the ol)lco of the Conn
ly TiVasuier after tho same has
been cei tilled to tho County Audi
ta" in tho manner preset ibed by
law. Said assessment after so cer
tified may, how over, bo paid in
full or bv any number of install
ments at niiy tax paying time with
! interest nnd penalty on tho samo
ns provided by law.
Sec. 28. All moneys collected
in llu above -assessments shall bo
ipplied to the payment of tho notes
uid bonds issued to cover tho cost
if tho same and for no other pur
pose. Sec. 211. This ordiuauco shall ho
in force fiom and after its passage
iiiil legal publication.
Passed August fi, 1007.
J: E. PHILLIPS.
I Widen t Pro Teili of City Council.
Approved by mayor, Inik Scherlf
Attest: William Fi. City Cleik.
Star and Mirror 8-8-15-07.
RESOLTION NO. 51. Declining
it noceswiry to improve Clinso nnd
Pleasant sheets to construct a sani
tary bower and cellar drain villi
necessary catch basins, with latonWs
In the curb line, and of a suitabla
fiw, determining tho general natuie
id' (lie moiHUjod improvement, tho
gradii thereof and approving plans-,
snocitlcations and prodlcs thoro
Hu it roholved by the Council of
tho City of Marion, State of Ohio,
thrcu-fmuihs of All the membors
clocled thereto conetiriing.
That it is hereby declared nec
essary to improve Chase nud Pleas
ant Hlteols by constructing n sani
tary sewer and cellar drain, villi
laterals to the curb lino, of suit
able sine and dimensions, therein
Tho "Eaton Hurlbut" first
brought to Marlon by us. Too ex
pensive (or ordinary letter wrlt-Inr-'till
rocontly. Oth'er brands
For Infants and Chlldroiu.
The Kind You Havu
THCOINTAURCOMMNr, HIW 0 OITT.
rtitli tho necessary catch-basins, in
accordance with plans, specifications
estimate.- and piollles of tho propos
ed improvement piepaicd by tho
City Engineer and now on ille in
tho ollico of tho Hoard of Public
Service, which are heieby approv
11. That the grade of said stieet
as improved shall bo as shown on
the plans and specifications.
C. That the whole cost of said
improvement less one liftieth there
id. and tho cost of intorseotion
-.hull bo assessed by the foot front
age, iiimjii the following described
hits ami binds, to-wib: All lots
and liiniU bounding ami abutting
upon the propo-sed improvement
which said lots and lands aio hereby
determined to be especially benefited
by said improvement ; and 'that tho
rwt of said improvement shall in
clude the expense of preliminary
and other surveys, and of tho
piiuting and publishing of notices
insolations nnd ordinances required.
mid the serving of said notices, cost
of constructini, together withMn
Inest on bonds issued in anticipa
tion of the collection of the defer
ted installments of assessments and.
other necessary expenses.
I). That the assessment so to bo
levied shall be paid in live annual
imtallments with interest on de-
erred payments and not to exceed
six (0) per cent, per luiiiini. pro
viding that the ovncrtof any prop
el I v assessed may, at Ins option,
pay such assessment in cash, or any
number of installments of tho same
at any time after such assessments
has been levied, with intorest on
the same to tho scini-anniial interest
day of said bonds next following
the dato of payment.
E. That bonds of the City of
Marion, Ohio, shall bo issued in
anticipation of the collection of
the assessments by installments and
in any amount equal thereto.,
F. That the remuiudor of tho
culiic cost shall be paid by tho is
suance ol bonds as required by
Passed August 5, 1007.
J. E. PHILLIPS.
President Pro Tent of City Council.
Approved bv mayor, loiiis SeheriT
Attest: William Fies, City Clerk.
Star -7-U-07. Mirror 8-8-15-07.
" Yegal notice
Sealed bills will ho recoived by
tho Hoard of Public Safety or the
City ot; Marion,' State of" Ohio, 'at
the ollico of said Hoard until twelve
o'clock (noon) Tuesday, August
JlltJI. .1!) 7 lot' inriiiuhiiii.. nii.l ;.
istaljing a, four circuit, non-iutorfur-
ius i lfopvniui' ..nud lour (,) ?ra
A liifm Hum's according -Io plans
ninl HpecihValious on file in said
Hiils for labor and materials must
Each bid must contain Ibo full
name of evory person or company
iiilerosti'd in the saiue, and bo an-'"tivniii'-il
by a bond hi tho sum
f .100.00 to llio satisfaction of tho
Hmird. or a coitified cheek on some
''v'Ut bmik. ; a giwranleo lhat
! 'be !! , i. ai-cnnted a eoptract
'il b- entered Into and its por
fri'"'aiit i,ronovl' securod,
"Oiill unv hid bo rejected uch
iif.i- ..'il l,n fortliwilli vnlnnied to
,n i. n,. nnd slinnld any liM be
H'centcd such lieek will be return
ed upon tho propov execution and
Boars tlio jl
Hocking ' jWill Uqo
STEPS WILL HE TAKEN
To Meet, Competition of tho
C. D. & M.
Railroads fluid to be Violating
Mandate of Stale Commission
The olllcials "l the Hocking Val
ley rail wad haw by no means given
up tho idea -i placing motor cars
in servieo on lli.n road between Co
lumbus 'and Miirum and Columbus
and Lancaster. The company is
.oily aw tiling experiments now be
lli" mado on "tlier roads with theso
. ' . ... i i .....i.. .p
cars to auopi uie oesu avyiv w
car for local li.illlc.
Tho Union Pacific has1 noy put
its tenth gasoline motor car in ser
vieo and ropoits received ny mo
Hocking Vnlh-v oillucrrt show that
,.11 of the ten cars have been a
success bdlh li"iu operating and
earning viewpoints. It 'is probable
lhat boforo l"i'g Hie Hocking Val
ley olllccis shins that all of tho ten
cars have been a success both from
npcriiting and .lining viewpoints.
It is probable that before long thu
Hocking Vnlle ill take steps to
meet Hit cbniM.itiou of the Co
lumbus, Delaw.ne and Marion and
the Seio.to Valley Traction- compan
ies in some better milliner than by
That tho lOiiiilro.ids which aro Bald
to be violating the mandate of tho
stato railroad v iinilsslon on car serv
ieo rules nntlclp.'ie trouble approach
ing tho stupendous lino given tho
Standard Oil (niiipaiiy, was mado ov
fdont ycstcrd.i) tlirough tho visit of
railroad ilttor.vo to dudgo Dillon of
tho Kranklln Jmnty court.
Tho nttoriayt Indicated that they
believed tha.fiii't niovo would bo a
suit for Injunction for restraining the
roads from making collections for de
murrage, under the old car servieo
rules. They asked Judge Dillon that
In the event of such action the cus
tomary tompo-iry restraining order bo
refused until tho railroads can bo
heard from, .ledge Dillon promised
not to take snap Judgment.-Stato
Work ! laying brick on tho
smaller buildings at the new shops
of the lloik'injr Valley at Logan
will begin next week and the struc
tural steel for Mio'iiiaiii building
has been shipped' ami the voile of
eteet inn is expected to begin with
in a few dns. Oeneial Siipeiinteiul
"lit Conneis exjiccts to see pint of
tho shoN in operation by October
Uit and every ellort will bo made
to do this.
Tim Columbus Northern Hailwuy.
Power and l.tiuipment company, one
of tho sulHidiary cororatiuiis of
tlio Columbia. Uelawaie and JIarion
Railway ("liipany of which John
(1. Webb h president and Oscar
M. tlottsclinll is seciotary yester
day filed an .tmeiulment to its char
ter which will 'permit it to operate
n railway m cenneetion with and
from its p"er houso.
Tho I'enii.vlvaiila nillioail began
tho work tlili morning of raising Its
freight house located In tho local
securing l ho contract,
right is lest i veil to ie,ject any
all liidh. i
Hy rtidcr "f ithe Ro.ird of Public
WUUAM IIF.S. Cleik.
Stai H 7 1 1-07. "Jljrror 8 S-15-07.
Simiiiel T Drady. tlofendant, who
resides at Newton, In tho State ot
Knnsas, will tako notlco that Helen
n. nrady did, on tho 18th day of
July, A. D . 1907, fllq In tlio cicrifB
offlco of the Court' of Common Picas
ot Mai Ion County, Ohio, her eeitnln
petition against said Saniuol T. Ilrmly
charging said defondant with gross
neglect of tluty una oxtromo ciuoity,
rtud piayliis tot' i dlvorco from said
defendant, for tlio custody of their
children and for reasonable- allnyiny.
Said petition will ho for hearing on
and after tho 24th day of August,
1007, on or prior to which dato tho
dofondant should appear and nnswer
n said proceeding,
Dated Marion, Ohio, July l8tli, 1907.
IIELWN U. DUADY.
No Half-Way Sort of Servieo at This Laundry.
We take an 'honest pride in a perfect Laundry service.
Why should'nt we ?
south yards. The building will be
raised ono foot In height In order to
make It more convenient In loading
and unhiding freight Tho trucks In
tho south yard will also bo raised luul
A Host of Llttlo Fellows Born in
the Winter Quarters of the Dig
Circuses From Strange Groupcs
of Piny Males in the
Perhaps one ot the most enjoyable
fcatuiea ot the bit; zoological annex
with alio Join Robinson H1k Cirrus
hilled to appear hero for two perform
ances on Augizt 1C Is tho opportun
ity afforded to witness at play the
young ot the many or the strango an
imals In Itn long list. Tor the Winter
has been proline in that respect, and
Spring tlnd'i tho big menaKcrlo the
scene of much tcstlvlty on tho partot
the youngster. A tiny black baby
or the raro Anna Antelope Is quite
cliiuny with the frolicsome Zulu calf
and a half doscn rub lions at play
never fall to oirw their sharo of at
tention, whllo tho baby monkey nes
tling close to Itn mother's breast, for
all tho world like Its llttlo human
brother makes c no wonder If Darwin
weio not more than half right and
then t licit; Is somo half dozen Shetland
pony colts, md the baby Uinu and
baby Kangaroo until It looks an If
tho Stork at Mir big Winter quartern
of the show -iad been kept pretty
busy. At any ralo they form no
small part of the attraction for old
ami young alike, and It must keep
tho Hoblnhon rrctty lm8' finding
homes for all their additions when
$100 Reward $100
The readers of thin paper will bo
plcaHcd to learn that hero Is at least
ono ilreailctl Jl'easo mat scienco mis
been nhlo to iuro In nil Its stages,
and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cuto is tho only posltlvo euro now
known to tho medical fraternity Cn
tanh being a constitutional disease,
requires constitutional treatment
Ilnll's Catarrh Curo la taken Inter
nally, acting (Vrectly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system,
thereby destroying the foundation of
the disease, r.nd giving tho patient
strength by building up tho constitu
tion and assisting nature In doing tin
work. Tho proprietors luvvo so much
faith In Its cu.'atlNQ powers that thoy
offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any
case that It falls to euro. Scud for i
list of testimonials.
K. J. CHUNKY & Co. Toledo, O
Sold by Druggists, 7Cc.
Tako Hall's Family Pills foi con-
NATIONAL LEAGUE NEWS
The St. Louis club haB seemed
Cntcl.cr Gibson, of tho defunct l.a
trobo (Pa ) club, for a tryout.
The champions missed Captain
Chunco during his suspension, though
Artlo Hofman played first base clev
Much of Mordocal Brown's buccobs
lies In keeping runnois hugging tho
bases closely. Ho pitches somo, bo
Tho St. Louis club has purchased
for $1,000 Outfielder Hopkins, of the
Vlcksburg club, of tho Cotton Statei
Lobert, of the Cincinnati club, Is a
linger for Herman Long In looks and
promises to make a record In fast
Tho Now York club has put chased
Thlid Baseman Sundhclm, of. tho
Houghton club, of tho Northern Cop
por Country league
Beaumont Is already a big favorite
with tho Boston fans. Ho was never
In bettor shapo and says ho Is much
pleated with Bobton.
Manager McCloskoy says tmt his
two now players First Baseman
Konotchy nnd Outfielder Burnett
look vory good to him.
Sammy Strang was formerly a sec
ond lieutenant In the United Stntea
nimy. Ho haa a brother who Is a cap
tain In tho army.
Shannon, of tho Giants, was a con
nrnicd left hold hitter up to a shott
whllo ngo. Now up stubs us many to
light Held as to poit.
Boston critics say that Boston's new
catcher, Snooks, has a lino, fteo stylo
at tho hat, and ho will soon bo given
a chunco to show whnt ho can do.
AVhlle BUI Malonoy, of Brooklyn, Io
not credited with as many baso lilts
as a gieat many leaguo playets. Ids
valuo U3 a run-getter has fow equals
Old Age Annuities.
Sir nichard J. Cartwrlght has' at
tracted tho serious attention of Can
ada'a leading thinkers and politicians
by advocating an old-age annuity in
tho Dominion. His proposition was
listened to with respect nnd consider
ation in tho conservative upper house
of parliament In Ottawa. Ho Is not at
nil In favor of old-ngo pensions, Hlo
Idea Is that a payment of half a day's
wages n week will clvo tho avoraeo
or hiirticular nieces of nnv kind, vou tiroil li.iv nn
fear of poor results,
Use the genuine
Siivcv Gloss Stavch
11 In Itic one slnrcli Io be defended upon for prfr ci wotk on
every plrce every little .linn been Ille ulaniUtil ofmiaMly for
half a century Imparls n pliable, whlte-n.now lin'sli and
li tvllhout Utal Ii ntli brilliant Itlftre no ofTenaivc Io good
tnstc. Knslest nnd quickest to apply, most economical, dis
man an annuity of $200 a year from
tho ago of uTi until denth. lie said lhat
to make any such scheme a success
threo things were necessary It mutt
bo absolutely safe, necessitating go
ornment backing; thoro must lie iilmo
lute freedom from forfeiture; there
must bo no possibility of anticipating
How Plutcs Catch Quail.
Theso natives havo a iinln.uo way of
gelling quail. For thorn there In no
olojcd season, or Indeed any gamo
law ' whatever. Seasons when tho
quail como down from thn mountains
to tho spring tho Indians make great'
preparations for their capture
Thoy build a bough house, with n
long, slender opening In front, foinieil
of tall straight sticks set elosol in
gothcr. Within tho houso nn Indian
sits' concealed, holding a long limber
rod, which ho operates dexterously ,
through tho natrow opening. In the I
early morning when tho blnls floek
down for water ho picks them off.
ono at a tini". ltllllng them IniUjntly
There la no repot t In this manner
of hunting to frighten otheis uwa,
and the Indian often gets enough
gntne lu a slnglo morning for the
Important to Ladies
Wo venture to assert, with
out Tear of successful con
tradiction, that tho prai'ti
titmer of medicino who is
able to euie a siP'gieal case
without resort to cutting in
the end, will make nioie
1 Mends and build up a better
piacticP than he who is eer
leady to diaw the scalpel, no
matter how skillful lu- m.i
be. Operations are iind-mbl
edh a necessity, and all i-ied
it u, to be given to thosi. h-i
master the art of opeialne
technique, but it cannot he
tlisicgarded that cwr '-p'l.i
tun is fraught i'li eeit.nn
risks and dangcis, and that
until a positive method f
molding shocks, etc., b-found-
the patients will fe.n
the surgeon's Knife nnd will
dim: to him who can nn
scienliously ollei a less ii-l.
method of euie. The LILY
RKMEDIUS oilers you tin,
hi -jo . We havo cuied thi
end may euie you. If w"
foil, there is yet time to i
other means. If. the suigeon
fail-, "the end has come and
life has ilod. You are inited
to call at my parlois. Con
Milt.ition and eaniinalion
fn-e Suit li and 7. ('ummiii
M.'iiHuial Huildnig, over Tin
oi'i 's (ixicerv. CiIicin Phone
til Mis. f'lella M. Wilson.
5c Per Doz
JJ at The Headley
) week. Hundreds
W -1 l TT1.. 1f a ?f?
uuuubc iiuiu. iicip yuuiacii anu pay m
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When dollar un articles of fine linen or lace work.
or of harming the fabrics, If you
nnsT ron am. kinds of STARcniNG.
I'nr (tneral u.r boll a. illrrrlnl. Kor llht tareblsK nn.
tialril n rnM nnter treh, requiring no Dotting.
Made fororer vyenrunt Osweeo
AllKrcer, rutl-welRlit packdRfs,
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If not, bring it to us.
Wo make old
Watches run like
new. Our Charges
0. W. BOWERS
From tho factory 500
Men's Shoes and
worth $3.50 nnd $4.00,
will he on tho counter at
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212 W. Center St.
We move nml store
your goutls nnd do
all kinds or irzinsfcr
work. Phone 155.
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