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THE MAMON DAILY MIRROR TUISHIMY, IJOVIJMIIISII
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luy ' where they teU'em
Beatty $ Long
Blooded chickens vH bo nerved by
II. B. Choir Saturday evening. Poul
try show room, , 11-20-U
TRY ADMIRAL COFJFEEJ.
Danco tonight with oreiicstra music
BEST QUALITY GOODS ONLY
Lime, cement, se we r pipe, etc. HARD and SOFT COAL
PRICE & HURLEY
FRED W. PETERS
Fire Insurance Agency
No. 110 1-2 South Main St.
SURETY BONDS ISSUED.
Turner's Thanksgiving Market. ,
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the l)ig(jQst, the hest nnI the
Par-file? iKl V
, Green onions
Eggplant' , " r
Spinacjt . '
Jersey swect potatoes ,
Crisp celery ' , '
Everything in tho eatable line not mentioned.
We solicit your orders, knowing we can fill them promptly and
satisfactorily, (Jha8.. TllTOer & Co.
Slab Wood and Cuttings
We have plenty of each on hand just now. If
you need either, il would be well to order now.
HARD AND SOFT COAL. WOOD
HAY and FEED
Along with our Coal busi
ness, we do a general Feed busi
Get our Prices.
THE OHIO MILLING &
Our Special Treatment J"
injury to the, fabric, particular attention to every piece.
TO OFFER REWARD
War to be Declared on Sheep
Marios Towaship Seems to be the
location Where Animals
A mtmbcr of the farmers In Ma
rlon township who have had sheep
felled by dogs during the past few
wcefea are planning to ask the town
ship trustees to offer a reward for
the capture or killing of dogs known
to have committed such depredatlqns.
Practically nil of these farmers state
that they -i will gladly contribute to
the reward, In order to have the
(township rid of tiro dogs Whlcih
have ben doing such great damage.
During the ,past week, the farm of
Thomas II. Campbell, west of tho
city, has been twlco visited by doijH
which raided the sheep herds. laBt
Wednesday night, 2L sheep were
killed and 31 wounded. Sunday night
dogs again Invaded tho premises,
killing eight ewes and wounding 14.
"I for one will contribute to the
raising o'f a rowan) for killing tho
dogs," says Mr. Campbell.
lAll of tho sheep losses of the past
few weeks have been reported entire
ly from Marlon township and It Is al
most a certainty that tlc dogs doing
tho damago are owned by people In
lowest priced store in Marion.
Fancy New York State Apples
Bellflowcr, linmhos, Snows,
Northern Spy, Baldwin and
Cranberries, Malaga Grapes,
Pulled and pressed figs, dates,
All kind of fancy Cheese
All kind of good Meats
All kinds of new Nuts
Everything in fanc groceries.
North Greenwood St.
Anthony's . Laundry.
SEVERAL CITY OFFICIALS GIVENx
SALARY BOOST BY COUNCIL
Mayor Scherff Given an Increase of $200 Making His An
nual Salary Now $1200 City Treasurer, Members of
Council and Service Board Effected by the New Ordi
nancLocHl' Banks' Will'Bid fo Handle City's Money1
Ctfuticii Holds ImportanrSes'sWn Mo'ndaNfghtP'
frn ' 'JM4VO Jl,
The salaries of the mayor, city
treasurer, councllmcii and members
of tho board of public service were
boosted at an adjourned session of
the council, held Monday evening.
The Increases arc as follows:
iMnyor, from ?1,000 to $t,200 a year;
treasurer, from ?200 to $G."0; coun
cllmen from $100 to flCO; president
of tho council from ?100 to $150;
board of public service, from $200 to
Members of the council s.iy that
theic are various reasons for granting
these Increases. Tho mayor, for In
stance, makliiK his office self-sus-talnliiK
a thing heretofore unheard ot
In .Marlon. During his first term tho
money which he received lu lines niid
licenses averaged jibout ?200 u year,
while his silary'was only $1,000 a
ear .Members of the council figured
that In consideration of tho mayor's
earning capacity ho should bo granted
an Increase. In ease ot thu treas
uicr, tho councllmen say that under
tho now arrangement of giving the
treasurer an Increase In salary and
requiring the binKs to pay Interest
on the city's Hinds, the city will bo
tho gainer every year lo tho extent
or from $."!00 to $.i:0, The treasurer
will bo coniellcd to keep his own
books,; whereas In the past, while ho
received a salary of $200 n year,
he had no work whatever, the bank
whetii ho deposited thocJtv'H funds
dolnj? all of his book-keeping-. Be
sides this, the hank paid jfor his
Under tho now arrangement, the.
treasurer will pay for his ownbonds
.He will not only bo treasurer of
tho el'y, but ot tho school board.
us treasurer or tho school board,
ho will loso money, since he will re
ceive a salary of only $100 a year.
and his bond will cost him more than
that amount. It Is a question as to
whether ho can be renulred to act as
(treasurer of tho school board, and '
It Is found that he cannot, It Is nl-
together likely that ho will refuse to
accept tho job
Under tho 'new arrangement. City
Treasurer Walters will clear about
$10 a month.
Tho members' of tho council and
tho board of public service have al
ways been underpaid. It Is stated.
Member or both bodies have been
required to glvo a great deal of time
to tfielr work and have received
practically no compensation for, time
spent outside or tho meetings,.
i-ojiowing tho adoption or tho or
dinance Increasing salaries, an ordin
ance requiring local bank? to bid on
tho funds of tho city was passed
Tho city auditor was authorized to
advertise for bids, which will be
opened at noon, December 21 Tho
bank submitting tho highest and hest
bid will bo made tho depository for
tho funds, which will average from
$.'0,OCO to $75,000. It is figured that
not less than two per cent. Inter
est will be paid. In case any two
banks subnv't the same bid, the
MAMON FAMILY THKATI3U, 'appeared at the commands and de-
iThreo larso houses enjoyed tho B'"-s of tho pei formers was a slghf
performances at tho Marlon Family to behold. The stago settlns for the
apt lit iliuilrliwllv nvoltv nml Mm not
Inciter Moudny attornoon nnd even-
lug. The hill for tlie week Is a good
one. After the- overturo by tho houso
.orchestra under tho .direction of 1'ior.
Il.iumgartcu, the llrst act Introduces
lho Seyiuoro Slstors, who in a slug-
lug and dancing specialty score tho
greatest hit of the ovenlng. Tho
members of the team can dance some
(and Monday evening were compelled
to lespond to half a dozen encores,
I Then cimo Fqulllo, I Kurope'a
groatest equilibrist, in a series or dlf-
flcult rents In hand balancing. Tho
net- Ib one of the hest or Its kind
,oer wltuessod at tho local theater.
Tho artist closed his net by dropping
nlmut seven feet, lighting bp his
-tlflllitu imiI ulltl Kurt!.... MH l.nl..L
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iB. V. How o -sang-tho "Stars 'and
Leonard und I.estwr often a 'singing
and dancing net that takes well. Tim
ipenibors of the team get rid of a
quantity of rapid flio tail, somo of
It kqoiI) and somo not so good.i Tho
act as a wliolo pleased
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(Tho last number on' tho hill wai
the Four Fantastic LaDelles In a
clever act In slight of hand and
cabinet manipulation, As Buch an
act always does, tho people present
wore, keni wondering from start to
flntsh The manner Jn which llvo
luoki r. chickens, pigeons, rabbits
ami guinea pigs appeared and dls-
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money will bo divided between them.
The bank holding the funds must
furnish a ysiirety bond for 25 per
cent, moro than the amount or money
A resolution declaring the Intention
of the cltyV council to appropriate fif
teen feet of property Tor widening
Ilerr street at Its north end, was
An ordinance providing for the ex
tension or water mains on Horr
street from1 Kenton ucntio to Silver
s'reet, on Oak street from Klorx av
enue to the Oarden City I'lke. on the
Garden City PIko to thj terminus
of tho presmit water main, and on
Avondalo nyenuo from Silver street
to Ulake avenue, was adopted.
A petition asking for a street gas
lamp on Sharpless Court at tho north
line of lot No. 721.1, one at tho cor
ner of Herman and Davids streets,
and five .UghtH on Davids street be
tween Darius street and Ilellerontalno
avenue, was reierred to the street
light and gas committee.
Ularry ScrHmor, W. G, jfoioy and
John Koehler were present for the
purpose of making suggestions In re
gard to paylnt? High street. At tho
preceding meeting of the eounrll, n
Petition asking for paving tho street
ifrom Church "street fo Haiti avenue,
was accepted. Messrs Scrlbnor and
iMorey were of the belief that the
street should bo paved fiom Center
str$et south, tholr claim being that
there Is more' trav61 on tho section
between Center anil Church streets
than thero Is south of Church street.
Mr. Koehler,saId that a sower should
inqtimtoo jo" Tjjnos paiiwusuoD an
street beforota paving Is laid. Ho
also cxpressod,! doubt In regard to the
qityfa wncmhtp of High street
wmtli of Columbia. He said ho did
not believe It had ever boon dedicated
lo tho city.
uity solicitor Donlthen said that
the street was dedicated to the r.ttv
in ycn' agovor'v more. Councilman
piilJHps statedvthat It Is the Intention
ir tno councll'-to build a sower before
tho paving la imtulown and Council
man Gorton said thoro will bo plenty
of time to pu;i In the sower, slneo
tho paving will nhtWlnltl until next
X delegation of citizens from the
West i:nd was on. hand to remon
strato adlnst a sewer system which
is neing planned for"that section of
tho city. Tho sewer, as petitioned
for, would run wdsfc on Sugar stroot
to Uncapher avenue, north on Un
capher avenue to nennelt street, east
on Bennett to Sharp street, northwest
across tho right of way of the Krio
railroad to Cuyahoga street, and on
uuyaiioga to Center strcot. Council-
an Selter, chairman of tho sanitary
sewer committee, state that the mat
ter was not In shapo for action. It
will bo Investigated further.
An ordinance providing for Issuing
.bonds to partly pay tho amount of
$400 to pay for Sewers on .Mound,
Duckeyo, Wood, Chase, and Pleasant
street, was adopted.
i Tho moving pictures weio good.
Tho subiectts were ."Saved from the
Wreck" and "Tho nicycjo Itider."
AT Till! . OIIAND.
Tho a rand Opera House was tho
scono of a good slzed'afidfenco which
last night enjoyed tho' production of
'Uludolph and Adolph," Tho play
was ono or thoso runny conglomora-
tlons that keeps tho audience In a
continual roar of luglter Troni the
rise to the fall ot tho cifrtaln. The
comedy was rloan and wholesome,
?ho sliiglilg and dancInRfar ' abovo
too averago and tho plofr onveW)f the
fjcyerpst" seen In the IrtVai" theater
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j'j '""ji. vul"n iiinoainna roles
?ro flSIWWrr hantjed aiillOUi6 sup-
port. gh-cjIho prominent liaraotej-fl,
,of 'lie vtfi-yi bebt, ' , .
Ufason and Mason wern vnrvrnnn..
Charles Mason being by far tho best
viomian comedian scon in this city
m years, Tho numerous oncoros and
curtain calls wero proof that tho nu-
!llencd was fully nlcased witii f.
forts of the performers.
Buy a Quad gas noser, the kind
hat don't sweat. '
- DENTZ A 'COURT,
10-30-tr iZ6t!T)y Conler St.
Try ADMIRAL COFim
sfioi ' A new suit
i VRnj J T 9n f!f m-wii
HUGHS & 6LEARY
MAIN AND CENTER STREETS
SMAUT S. UADDIUiL'B
Saved From An Operation By
Half Box of the Pyramid Pile
Cure You.Can fry it Free
"I cannot help writing to you about
your wonderful cure for piles. When
I wrote to you for a sample 1 1 was
thinking of going through an opera
tion. Hut I thought I would glo
your remedies a tilal. I am so happy
that I did for I am cured aiui oniy
used hair a box. I write this for
humanity's sako. I had piles ever
since the year ISOl. I wish you
would publish my name through tho
Bulletin paper for I am well known
In the Marino Corps. Use my name
the best way you know how. Thank
ing you for your good advice. Yours
truly, Cleophas Forte, Marino Har
racks, U. S. N. Training Station,
San Francisco, Cal,
What should induce this United
States seaman to write us in this
manner ir not gratitude for being
cured or a disease which had tor
tured him for tirtecn years? Mr.
Forte was positively unknown to us
until ho wrote for the sample ot our
You may bo suffering In tho same
Just send your namo and address
to tho Pyramid Drug Co., 0!) Pyramid,
miliums, Marsliall, Mich., and re
ceive freo byVeturn mnll tho trial
package In a plain wrapper
Tho moment you start to use it,
your suttering ends nnd the cure or
your dread dlseaso Is In sight.
Then you can get a full-shod box
from any druggist for fiO cents and
evon ono box may euro you.
It Is well worth trying.
No knlfo and Its torture.
No doctor and his bills
All druggists, 50 cents, 'write today
for a fioo package.
IS CALLED HOME
Deceased a Pioneer Settler
of the County.
Born in Ireland and Came to Ameri.
ca When a Child Funeral
Alter a gradual decline or sov.
oral weeks duration William Wyllo,
a pioneer resldont of Ulg Island
died nt his home m thut village
about oloven o'clock Tuesday morn.
Ing or out ago.
Mr. Wyllo had lived in tho
houso in nil ten ho dlod for over
sixty years. 4io vhr bora in iro-
H Mnmk fflkSkvrSnW W
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or overcoat for Thanksgiving we
mi - 'm all tUa noxtf nrrtrc
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Store open tomorrow night until
As the matron takes delight in serving the
good things on Thanksgiving Day, so we
take delight in serving the good thing in
footwear at this time.
CAN WE SERVE YOU ?
laud and came to Atactica when a
small child. Ills parents settled at
Big Island, lho deceased was a
postmaster ot that village lor many
years and was widely known
throughout tho western and north
ern parts of the country. His wire
preceded him In death twenty,
Tho deceased Is survived by llvo
children Mis. Ilt W . Messenger,
C. C. MARSH treats and cures all diseases of tho human body
by tho Neuro-Magnotio System of Healing.
Did you seo that "cloud" of witnesses nt tho trial yesterday,
anxious to tostlfy. under oath, as to tho eiHcaoy of this wonderful
Said witnesses wero of Hie vory cream of Marion Citizenship.
No charges for Consultation, Prescribing and DinjjnosiB.
Phone 1796. 437 Franklin St.
H The DEPARTMENT Co M
Brass Doll Beds 59cts.
Now comes a chance for Santa Claus
Regular altio of this bed is Si.so, iactlj like cut.
Tins bed is i8 inches long, 15 inches lnjjli, and n inches
wide. It is made of neatiy bent brass tods, lias mattress,
two pillows and canopy top. All drapciies nnd coverings
are made of beautifully flowered Cietone, can be folded
perfect l flat, and each bed is neatly wrapped, just the
thing- for the little Girl's Cliiistmas gift special,
SMimM have in the house
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Messenger of this
county. Mrs.. A. V. Messongor of
Trumbull county, iMward and (ieo.
11. Wllet or this county; twenty
grandchildren and eighteen gryt
Funeral services will bo noia
Thursday morning at io o'clock
at tho Pleasant lllll church and
burial will occur In tho adjolulug
Victor Gas Oueen