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Clover Lent Club.
Air. nnil Mr.. Jeffewon AVIlllnins rti
ttvrtalnqd the iNOinbersi of tho Clover
laf of ub laMt Riturday evening at
their Heltefontrtlnn tm-mio liorm It
tvaa a St. Putrlck's iparty rtnd a pret
tily nrraeiged one. Tho decorations
'Vcro In prroen nnd ropes ot ktowi
tiUhTllig from tho "chnndcllont lo tho
Comoro of tho rooms "brlKhtcncd thi-m
prettily. fix tnblm -wtero llllcd for n
erlfs of progressive ewehre and itho
ecorofl wc.ro kept tipon daintily paint
ed ahhTiirocks. Tht fiiipflt plnycd un
til 10 o'clock when tho Ilnnl count
a warded Mrs. Bert nrnshnro tho hon
wrn amdntf llw Jadlm Mr, Eurl Snr
xont .was tlio winning player ntnonc
the gentlemen. Hotli .reei-lved nwnrds.
A cant Julveh was served.
Guests osldo from tho members
wore: iMr, on: J Otra. Frank "Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hutchlnann, Mr.
nnU air. Otis Chainbler nnd Mm
In two 'weolw 'Mr. and Mra. Willis
Clark .will entertain tho members at
their homo on east Center street.
W. C, T. V. Moctliw Announced.
A meting or tho FrancM Wllllnru
W, C, T. U. N announced .for Tuoedty
nflcrnoon nt 2 o'clock in tho Infrrmnrj
olreeibrs' room nt the emit't Iroiwe. A
fulJ dtte'ndan'A la desired and BilMtf
will bo mnUo wefcomu.
A Hlrtlulny CVIebrnled.
d iMIpo (Mildred itilpplnvott lebrated
her eighteenth 'birthday m 'ilversary
II last .Saturday oVonln wlUi a ft, iPwt-
I rlck'o party at her East Center -street
1 home. Miss Uftxlncott Invited the
f KJrifli,of,,tho N. O, F. fclub, a jjriutrrtiw
4i o thlij ydluiii nien friend-" nhl Mlm
A Helen llesser of fjiltuc, IMr.ViIorold
A IlalUn-,,of Helletfontalno. Mr. M. K.
H o)ri('iMxAa. Mj, 'Alvln Lajrue of
jj IilluV, nnd lr. Cnrl TVeshwnter of
'"f'ISoU cro nSfrAcVify deco
' M rated wllh. green lla?;s, shamrocks an i
tho many nymbo.1 of Erin and the
patron faint. A progressive same wus
Inaugurated liy the hostcwi In which
MU-H Helen OJaln proved tho very for
tunate winner of a pretty prlie. illr
Hoy GottBQhall was also .presonted nn
award. Musical numbers Aer favor
ably received. Darin's the 'a'! or hours
tho ruture of each guoat was revpnled
In art Interesting way. A delicious
buffet lunch was served.
IHiincr nt Unlit Home.
Miss Helen Uuln entertained nt din
nor Saturday evening at her pretty
homu on East Cwitcr ytrot. Green
" ' prettily Appointed tible tit n-hl-h
' r'r ers-w'erl' lilaueil for elffht.
imn Mlxn.innJibtotter r-vluhi'tiioj. IJlrtliday.
u Sunday nVos MIb r.tta Mno Hoch
,Ml"lVtlett(T' twentieth birthday nnnlver-
' " 'fMry nriil' lm IhVltea about it dozen
'V frlendn In for the .iftornoon and ovon-
Inif to nnslst In Its oelobrsitlon.
., TJi nftorniion wns r.pont n an In-
., 'rSthinl way iiii milf .v.ut chit At
'"""'filtil-Joek'n' course dinner wt served,
Y'' 'jrVfreh rinil Vliltu belncthe (tecum tlonw
'Used nt'tlio table and carried out In
'he menu. Tho favors were Krccn
1 Bfinmtocks Very prettily pnlntod.
'' CoVors wnro placed for: Missus
T'Coluv McQuIre. Florence limner, I.u
ello Hlfritt, Lucilo MJlls, tho hostess.
Messrs. Curtis Williams, Ilalh Ctnrlt,
Anson Plckerol, Harry Durger, and
11. O. 1'. Club.
Mlgs Louisa Bursess ontortainod the
Blrls of tho n. O. F. club Saturday
evonlntr nt lior homo on John stroot.
Embrolder' work, music and llfeht re
freshments were pleasure Issues of the
Miss Ithea Munnoll wns a club
Tho next meeting will be hold In
fievonty-Fourth lllrthday , Celclirnted.
In honor of tho seventy-fourth
blrthdny of 'Mr. S. H. Grant, of near
Mt. Ollvo, nlwut 75 of his friends nnd
relatives gathered at this, homo Sun
day Co congratulate him.
Ah elegant dinner wag served at 12
o'olotlc, and the day wan upon In
formally with chat and inUsle, Tho
affair was In 'tho nature of a farewell
party, as Mr. Grant aniJi OiU family
aro noon to move to Marlon to mako
tin.) I r home.
Guests from a dlstnnco wore iMr.
nnd Mrs, C. E. Grant and family, Mr.
and 'Mrri. William SifrllC and family,
Mr. nnd Mm, iU C Uhl and children,
Mr. nnd iMrs. Wallace Parratt o-nd
."Mr. and .Mrs. Wllllnm Parratt of Ma
ilon nnd Mr. and Mm. Wlll'.im Don
tram of Mt. Jlleud.
CHILDItENS PAUTV AT BECKLEV
Mrs. C. M, UecWey gavo a protty
llttlo party Saturday afternoon for her
charming llttlo daughter Ellon. Mrs.
BcQkley invited In about thirty-five of
tho little girl's frlonjls and provld.d
for th'cm a series of games which kgpt
tiem 'ontqrtnlned during tho afternoon
lioitrq. At half after four o'clock a
dainty lunch wa served from a table
fifejllly decorated with carnations nnd
Q. M. Lowe, of Mortal, rpout Sun
day Avlih his ?on, A. W. Ivqwc, or Ucn
, Mr. and Mrs. Oiiarlea I,owo nnd
tfnijilly, of Akron, huvo moved to this
Vlty ami .will mako Jthelr futiiro home
on Qluoy nvomio.
Miss Efflo McClgary of Kulld.i. was
tho guest of Miss ltuth Tobln on OJney
nyoniio ovei tho weJkr,Qiid
Ulsa JaneL Jonybon n, utudent in
Ohlp Woulojvin university 1 1 Delaware
spent tho weok-ejid with her patents
Arthur King who U In school nt
Denial o,.fpvnt. tho week-end will) his
r,.lirents. Mr. and Mr. Frank King on
outh Slhto Htroet.
Mrs. Chi'lp4 O'Dowil nnd chlldrpn
of Mnnsdeld wero tlio quests of Mn
rlon friends over Sunday.
Miss Alleo Ilium npent Sunday with
Mls Ilerthn Miller Jri Columbus'. s
William Fnblan nnd Hobort Miller
were visitor In Gallon Suniiny
Fmnels) i.Mornn, John Hng'erty and
William lAimly irrnl Sinnlay in Cn
htmbuA Olnronco MeClory, of Kokruno, In
dlnria, 1:o(l ,MnrIon relntlvea over
Walter Lindsay, of J'hllndetphli,
spent flundny with Jila paronts on
D. V. Evain returned tydny from
an extended trip through tho South
west. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo D. Knapp nnd
daughter, Virginia, of JJuoyrus, visit
ed lit Marlon Sunday
Henry Uarron has ntcoptcd a peti
tion Avith tho Up-to-D.o Tailoring
Mrs. C. It. Klrts returned to lior
homo In I'ombervlllo after spending
a Week with Marlon friends.
Miss Laura Campbell was tho guest
of Prospect friends yesterday.
II. It. Shaw Js a Kenton visitor to
day. Dr. Hatch of Clevolnnd was a guest
at tho Perkins home on South Pros
pect street ycstenlay.
Mrs. Wllllnm Crlsty has returned to
her homo In Mnnsfleld hftcr a weeks
visit In Marlon.
Misses Grnco Kolly nnd Evelyn Deo
arc the guests of Miss Helen Ilrophy In
Misses Elizabeth Molloy and Edith
Schiller visited Springfield friends
Miss Helen Marvin of -Qnlion spent
Sunday with ,MarIon friends.
Miss Creto Drako went to Dcla-
waro today tn attend a danco which
will bo given nt tho Crescont club
Mlsi Ina Shaw who nttends school
nt Ohio Wesleynn university spent
the week end with her paronts In Ma
rlon. Carl Postal, doputy county auditor,
was a Columbus visitor Sunday.
About twenty Knights of Columbus
went to Springfield yesterday to con
duct Bomo initiation work which was
dono nt a meeting of tho 8plngfleld
RAILROAD NEWSi .
Hoes Not ICndore Speeding.
Superfntfimtont 'W. A. naldwlm ot
tho l)cn.I Erlo turm.nal ha)(iposted a
InillMln regarding tho jye,cd used
along tho Erlo line. FC'tyrflvo (miles
Is I ho 'maximum speed for liho MarPon
divisions. Tho mined limits vary from
30 to fifi miles. finporlivtenKtent Hald
wln In not or tho speed dns. He
does not iboilovo In trying to Mil hpeed
recorda and kill patsensors. When
the Erlo doitblo tracks into Huntins
ton, n'- speed trains will 1o run as dg
Vho mthor eystomH which have lieon
double tricked. Most of hosc In try
ing to gain Spe6d Mil iinssemtyors- and
Injura many badly. Huntington
J. E. Hensoli, an Erlo dispatcher
snont tho week end with Salem
Clydo nlnlr, who has beon tho night
oxpressmnn for tho Amoricnn Express
peoplo hero for somo time, has resign
ed his position to accept another nt
tho Marlon Steam shovel.
MAN FOUND DEAD ON TUACKS.
An unidentified man was found dead
hetween, tho tracks on the ErJo near
Wadsworth, about seventy-rive miles
east of hero this morning. Tho man
had evidently been hit by a train.
Whether he fell from a car, or whether
It was a case of sululdo or an acci
dent, wcro unknown. Ho was taken
to Wadsworth whero they will be kept
somo days for Identification.
Chief Clork A. Ij. Conrad was in
Gallon yesterday on business for the
W. P. Kimble went to Akron today
TIME KEBPKIt RESIGNS.
F. J. Hart, tho tlmo keeper for tho
Erie men has resigned hs position. Ills
resignation to Ijj effectivo nost Satur
day. Tho vacancy has not yot beon
EVERYTHING MOVING TO MA
niON. "Everything Is coming to Marlon ns
fust as It can," said a promlnont Erlo
official today. 'There Is no doubt
about It. ns rapidly as Marlon cnn
accommodate the Erlo shops they will
he, brought here. If takes a llttlo tlmo
to make such a change, hut It Is I it
Orders have been tfnt out to movo
tho repair yards from Gallon to Ma
rlon. They will bo discontinued there
Immediately and Instructions Imve
been given tho agents to send nil
sbop earn to Marlon for repair. Thlp
lrt nno of tho prellmlnery stops In the
Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Weav
er on Senate street yesterday, a liy
How's Thlt for a RecordT
A New Jersoy woman baa boen a
cook In a family for 42 years. She
hna never asked for a vacation, has
never found fault with unvthlne hna
novcr touna iouh wuu unyming, nas
always cooked on a coal rango and It
tinppy nnd coiiteUted.-Exchango.
THE MARIOH DAILY MIRROR. MONDAY, M ARdH
Filed by Minerva J. Drake
In Common Pldas
PARTITION SUIT HEARD
Almiony Granted in Craw
Former Injunction Is Amended John
IT. 1 In I n, Kamiiel II. Upplncoti anil
' S. It. Itnuliniccr Ar Appointed
Comml'sloncr Cne! Assigned for
Week of March 25.
Through her attorney, Hoke Don!
thon, Minerva J. Drako began action
In tho common pleas court this morn
ing hy nilng a petition to quiet tltlo
on certain real estate nnd property In
Marlon county ngalnst P. P. Hart
ram (first name unknown) nnd Lu
clnda Uartram his wife, John Uartmm
and .Lorlnda, his wife, (Mary J.
Payne, widow, Sarah Itccd and Al
fred Reed, her husband, 'Oliver E.
Hestor and Solomon A. Hester, her
hushnnd, Ezera G. Uartram and Mng
deleno Uartram. his wife, and others,
Tho plnlntlff prays the defendants
be compelled to ehow their estate
or Interest in or lien upon the pre
mises described In tho petition or
any part of It; that tho same be ad
judged null and void; that tho plain
tiff's tltlo to th0 rcnl estate may bo
qulotcd, that tho said defendants bo
'forever barred from asserting any
Interest In tho renl estate and that
the plaintiff's title to tho real estato
described In the petition bo forever
quieted In her nnd ngalnst tho dc
fondnnts nnd all other persons claim
ing title, to any part of It.
TJy agreement of the parties cn
volvcd In tho divorco proceedings In
stituted by Hesslo W. Prawbaugll
against hor husband, Harvey Craw
baugh, In the common plcns court,
Judgo Scoold allowed the plain
tiff $i!0 temporary nllmony in nc
cordan'co with tho stipulations on fllci
A tompornry Injunction which had
been granted by tho court was modi
lied to .permit the defendant to vlsltt
the child or tho parties at rcasonaiilo
tlmo but In such a manner ns not
to Interroro w-lth tho plaintiff in her
custody of tho child.
In tho matter of tho Luso Land
artd Dovolopmdnt company ngalnst
Fred J. Crafts rind others, tho court
extended th'o tlmo for tho filing of
an answer to 'March 30, 1912.
In tho partition suit brought by
John C. Itlley ngalnst Ellas E. Ittley,
the court rondorcd a ilndlhg for tho
parties In nccordiyico with tho pray
er ot tho petition. nnd nnnnlntcd John
II. linln, Samuel II. Llpiplncott and
Sylvefter It. nnuhauscr us commis
sioners. Cases Assigned.
Saturday, Judge W, E. Scoflold as
signed lhe following cases:
Katz against Chnrles Allen, nudl
tor, March 25; Murphy against Ma
rlon Basohall company, March 23;
Erie Itnllroad company ngalnst tho
Marlon Ithllwny Light and Power com
Tiany, March 25; William J. Grill
ngalnst Samuol S. Fox, March 2C; Ol
llo E. Fox against th Mnrlon De
partment company, March 27.
Denied New Trial.
Judgo W. E. Scofleld Saturday, over
ruled a motion for n new trial In the
demngo suit brought by Thomas Hart
ngalnst Ignata: Bender proprietor of
tho Bender Hotel on West Center
street. Somo tlmo ngo tho Jury re
turned n verdict In favor of Bender,
Ha.rt sued to recover J7.000 after re
ceiving Injuries by filling down n
stairway at tho Bender Hotel,
Asks Tor New Tilnl.
A motion for a new trial was filed
Saturday In tho common plea court
by F-ank Phillips, through his At
torneys, DeGolloy & DeOolley. Phil
lips was convicted of burglary last
Tnko providence on trust, but
pluco somo trust In yourself and
strike linrrt licks every day. At
What Ho Learned.
"What has your boy learned nt school
"Ho hns leaihed that he'll hnvo to
.bo vaccliuilcd, t)uit Ida t'i'eiiro not
uiuiea nun iiiui iii'i inciiiod 01 iireaiu
lug Is ontlreVy oJJboleto." Wusblngtoi
"What cau&fl'ybii to fhlnl; your boy
18 n jinidlgy?'
"'Ho' Isn'i cnllectliig pnstagp stamps
or cigar b:mji or nuytlilugV' Chicago
DdifncsH Cannot bo Cured
by local amplications. n thoy cannot
rcaoh tho diseased portion or the car,
Thero Is onlv ont wav to cure dcur
ness, and that Is by constitutional rem
edies. Deafness is caused bv an in
flamed cOn'oltion of the mucous lin
ing of tho EuHtnohlan Tube. When
this tube Is inflamed you havo a rum
bling sound or Imperfect hearln. nnd
when it la entirely closed, deafness Js
the fresuHt) nnd unless tho Inflamma
tion can bo taken out and this tubo
restored to its normal condition, hear-
mjr win ue qtjinivuu lorever: nin
cusos out or ten are caused by catarrh
w.iiicn is noining uut an inuameq
condition or tho mucous surfaces.
W6 will kIvqxmio iliundrcd dollars, for
any case ot nearness tcauseii iv ca
tarrh) hat cannot bo cured by Hallo
Catarrh euro. end for clrculara tree,
I F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Main Roads to Be DaslpaW,
Named and Numbered,
CONTINUOUS AND CONNECTED
Townthlp Trmteea to Denota Valui
of Each Road In tha Townshlpi
County Surveyor to Map, County
CommliBlonera to Specify Kind ofi
Road, State Hlnhway Commlw
sloner to Determine Relative. Im
portanoa and Value For Commerce)
and to Deilgnate Main Roads ot
the Stats. ,,
Columbus, o. (Special) In aH !n
tervlew clvon out hero today, Jossd
Taylor, socretnry o tho Ohio dooij
Koado Federation calls tho attention
of tho voter of tho state to tho pro
visions ot tho act of tho general as
sembly of Juno 9, 1911, nnd known"
as the McQulro bill, In bo far ns it
relates to tho lnter-county system oil
Tho languago of sections 8, 9, Id
and 11 of tho net Is found In tha
session laws, published by tho atato,
or In Bulletin No. 14, issued by tho
state highway department, Is aa foli
"Section 8. Within 60 dayo nftcn
tho passngo of this act, tho county
commissioners shnll, upon request
nnd under tho direction of tho stat'o
highway commissioner, cause the
county surveyor of each county to
mako nn accurnto map or maps of
the county of sufficient slzo to shcr
distinctly tho rivers, railroads,
streams, township lines, tho location
of tho cltleo and villages and publla
hlghwayB of the county, which high
ways shall bo given a designated
namo or number; tho original of such
map or maps shall bo carefully pre
served among the flics In the ofllco
of tho county surveyor nnd a copy or
blue print of such map or maps shall
bo forwarded to each board of town
ship tiusteoa In tho county by tho
county commissioners Immediately
upon Its completion, which copy or
hluo print shall bo returned to tho
county commissioners with tho statls
tics nnd Information provided for In
tho following section. Tho county
surveyor Bball bo paid from tho coun
ty fund of tho county $5 a day for
actual tlmo so employed nnd his ac
"Section 9. Immediately upon tho
receipt of tho copy or blue print pro
vided for In tho preceding section, tho
township trustees shall proceed to de
note the relative -valub of each road
In the township" In consccutlvo order
ns a used highway, tho kind of trafllo
over such road, as well ns tho num
ber of miles and tho material used
In tho construction of Improved roads
when constructed and their present
condition, togothor with such other
Information ns may bo desired by tho
state highway commissioner. Theso
statistics and information must bo
compiled upon blanks to bo furnished
by tho stato highway commissioner
and fllod with tho county commis
sioners within 30 days after receiving
such bluo prints and blanks. Tho town
ship ttustees shall bo paid tho per
diem allowance by law for their ser
vices, for tho actual time so em
ployed, and tho same shall bo paid
out of tho road fund of tho township,
which shall bo In addition to all
other compensation allowed them by
law. t 4m4VM
"Section 10. Tho county commis
sioners, with tho assistance of tho
county surveyor, shall corapllo from
tho statistics nnd Information fur
nished by township trustees upon
blanks to be furnished by tho stato
highway commissioner, statistics and
Information concerning tho roads of
tho entire county. Thoy shall also
specify what roads aro national, state,
county, toll, township or otherwise.
Thoy shall, within 120 days from the
passage of this act, fllo tho statistics
and Information upeclfled, together
with a copy of tho several bluo prints
or maps, with the stato highway com
missioner, Tind may include In their
report such additional Information as
thoy may deem of vnfuo, a copy of
tho report to bo kept for rocord In
tho oulco of tho county commission
ers. If the county commissioners or
township trustees fall to comply with
the terms of this sectlqn, relative to
maps and statistics, the state high
way commissioner shall proceed to
havo the same done and deduct the
coot of tho tame from any appropria
tion for road building which may be
or may become due tho county from
"Soctlon 11. It shall be the duty
of the state highway commissioner
and his deputies to dotermlno from
the statistics and information fur
pished tho state highway commls-
iloner, tho relative Importance and
value for commorce of tho various
public highways of th entire state.
They shall doslgnnto by namo and
number tho main roads of tho stato
which shall be known as Mnter-county
highways'; and the parts thereof In
each county shall bo designated so
as to form as near as practicable con
tinuous and connectod highways and
shall designate tho order of their rel
ative Importance within tho county,
They shall begin work as spon as tho
nocess'ary information Is 'urnlshod
tho auto highway commissioner, nnd
tfhall complete flinnvtork nnd lllo tholr
.report witjhtho eovwnor within 240
days from tho date of commenelns
the work, unlftiss ' further time bn
granted jhem for uch purpose 'by the
ov-inor. Bo mu6h or such repori
..ll Lo. printed undir tho direction
f the state highway commissioner art
'. '. y doom accessary, and a copyi
hi , t .." Bhnll be Immediately furnlshou"
he rtard of county commissioners cfl
nc'.i t unty of tho state nnd shall be!
jar :!y preserved In tho ofllco oil
'ho county auditor thereof. After tha
lllng of such roport tho state hi gin
izy commissioner may, subject to the)
provnl of tho governor, designate)
ddltlonal roads as 'Inter-county' hlglu
"Tho languago ot tho law cannot
be misunderstood by any Intelligent!
leader and tho duties nnd powers of
township trustcos, county surveyora
and commissioners Is very plain, tho)
full compliance with' which makes It
the duties of local officials to pro
sent all tho facts to tho highway com'
mlsslonor, from which ho shall deter'
mine tho rolatlvo Importance and
vnluo for commerco nnd deslgnato thd
inter-county roads so as to form aa
near as practicable continuous and,
"Tha map published by tho Ohio
Good Roado Federation in in no wled
official, but was presented to ,tho peo
pie to show tho Importance and valud
of a complete system ot roads
throughout tho state, and no map
showing tho correct location of Inter-
county roads can bo published until .
tho township trustees, county survoy-!
ors and county commissioners fulltf ,
comply with tho law as to reports ta
tho highway commissioner.
"Tho proposed amendment to thd
constitution to Issue $50,000,000 for
tho purposo of constructing, lmprov
Ing, maintaining, repairing and re
building a uystcm of inter-county;
wagon roads, provides that 'such I
wagon roads shall bo determined un '
der general laws,' and in determining !
tho 'Inter-county wagon roads' under
general laws, which is sections 8, 9, '
10 nnd 11 of tho McGulro bill, which I j
havo Just quoted, tho matter Is re-1
ferrcd to tho township nnd county; i
offlcera of tho soveral counties of thoj .
"Thus tho method for determining!
and laying out tho Inter-county sys-1
tern is provided for, the peoplo of tho
stato havo nil tho material with;
which to construct tho roads, .thou
sands of men aro-ready to go to work)
on tho roads, city peoplo want back
to tho country, farmers want bettor
roads over which to haul their pro-
ducts, nnd every man, woman and i
child In tho stato demands botton,
"Tho opportunity Is here.
"Tho tlmo Is near.
"Tho money wo must havo to build;
"VOTE FOR THE BONDS." n1
MAKE3 GOOD REPORT.
County Engineer Cowen has sub
mlttcd to tho county commissioners
a detailed report on every highway,
In Hamilton county, O., which Is ro
quired under a now law to ho mado
to tho stato highway commissioner,
!th r me showing tho route of each
T 3 report bIiowb thoro aro 737.03 J
.Hen of road In Hamilton count. cx
iuslvo of thoso within Cincinnati cor-1
oration lines, ot which 438.94 aro I
iincadamized, 424,41 In water bound
md 14.53 In bituminous system, 178.15
gravel and 120.50 dirt roads. During
the year 38.18 miles of theso roads!
wero ollod. Tho roport further shows
that thoro now remain but C.38 miles I
or ilka on which toll Is collected. Tho '
map shows tho routes of tho different
roads and tho kind of roads by colors.
To cet somo Idea of what lltflo ex
penso bonds for roads will cost you
Individually; mako 6omo calculatlona
on how much monoy It takes each
year to keep somo certain plcco of
bad road In ropalr, then calculate how
much It will cost to rebuild this road
of somo substantial material that will
cut out tho ropalr expense; then ap
ply tho levy for road repairs against
tho intorest on tho monoy secured
through a bond issuo to build roads,
and If wo aro not mistaken you aro
ahead In tho deal. Not only this, but
you havo tho use of theso good roads
for a number or years before thero
Is any bond principal to pay. Bo con
servative! flguro things right. ,
Stato bonds for roads will bring
larger nnd quicker returns In Increase
of business, greater development of
natural rosoutces, Increased valuo oC
all real estate, better social condi
tions, better homos, happier wives
and more cheerful mothers than any
other investment that can bo mado
ty any state.
No publlo Improvement can havo a
more healthful effect upon a stato
than tv comprohonBlvo scherao to
unite -Its various sections with good
highways, Tho land owners cannot
do It all, and it Is Just and right
that all contributo through atato
bonds, which aro proferablo to a di
A state bond issuo for roads Is n
far-sighted Investment which tho peo
plo ot a stato should ho eager to
seize. It adds llttlo or nothing to
tho Individual's taxes and at tho
samo tlmo tho improvements It
makes possible will yield a daily and
a golden return.
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