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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1912.
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Kber is.fhe Ony
Bade Regular Signed
Clillllcothc. Feb 2'.'. The Ice 1ms 1. 1 In glad to Ic In position to cbmo
been broken. The signed contract of n back again. Ho anticipates ft big scn
vctcrnn has at Inst been received nt son tills year, ontl th, fnlrmlnded fans
local baseball headquarters. Tommy lure wish him sticcesi.
Klhlor Is the prlie winner and the doc- While there have always been some
umont with hh "monakei" properly af- bug out for the collegian's goat, It can
fixed drifted in this morning. lie is the bo said nnd truthfully too, that a cloan
on'ly Infant regular who fnl'ed to take c ball player than tfom Klbler never
out a membership card In the "Hold dunned a uniform in tho Ohio Stato
Out" club. All the others wont more league. He Is out on that old ball
money. Held working conscientiously for tho
In a letter accompanying; the con- w lfare of his club, and whatever else
tract Klb expresses himself as being may 1 said lie can never bo accused
entirely satisfied w Ith the terms of- of holm? a quitter. Ho has never re
fercd him. He states that while he eolved his Just dues here nnd It Is
could have mide rr ntnoe. he has In peel that the funs this season will
never before lun i iti I .is w.ll a i t behind him and help him to suc
1'c has bs the t." ii mmiKemint, nndcin.
CHAMPIONSHIP BATTLE IN
GOLDEN BATE STATE TODAY
California Draws Top Notch Attractions of all Washing
ton Birthday Bouts Both Attell and Kilbane Are in
Fine Trim With the Former Favorite.
L V V 1 1 f V 1 V V V - "A It ! 1 1
These ring battles scheduled
for today: '
Alvs Attell vs. Johnny Kll
Imne, twenty rounds ' at Los
Angeles, for the featherweight
championship of the world.
Billy Papko vs. frank Man
toll, twenty rounds at Sacra
manto, California.
Prank Klaus vs. Sailor Pertos
key, twenty rounds at Snn Fran
cisco. V i. 1 i' i' !' V i' ' i
', t f t X r r r f' r r t r V
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Log Angela Calif.. Tub. 22.-K.ve of
the aportln? world are centered on
California today. With one rb.implon
Hhlii go carded, that between Attell ano
Kilbane, anil two high clais middle
..vojght battle scheduled, the Oolden
Sato atat lud drawn Ihc top uttrac
onw of uli fie Woaitbirton birthd.iy
I'OlltS.
AIm Attell. whose rtRUt to the feath-
i-rwelg'M i !iiniploihlj has gone ptac-
tlcu'.ly uiidNmiUit since 190, fared
" Johnny Kllbnno. blue ribbon chal-
'lengcr of tho hour an'l groomed to hlr
finder tln for the buttle.
Attell and Kilbane were scheduled
tt"BO 3D -rounds bffire the Pacific
AthlbUc club at Vernon. Should both
men be on their roct t the end, the
award of Uefereo Chcrles V. Eyton will
Spotting Notes
LOOKING FOrt A TUADK.
ZariBuvllle wants to trutle Outfielders
Degroff and Itcllley und InlleUier
Hlake. The latter lilt .262 last year.
While Degroft t-amged out .232. The
management beliivis that better men
tlmn theso three tan bo aecurd for
thtr placed. Hllllnger and Baggmn will'
play two of the gurcNntt. and Pryeck
hae been eecureil for Iliake'g o!d ilaco.
COOPRIt 8IC3N8.
, 'Lefty" Cooper, who wai hanging
Ut In the cold for aomo time, got chil
ly last night when t:ie "breezcr" from
the Northweet touched Ohio, and hur
ried In to tho l.iiaebill firealde. HI
contract. In othor wordu, reached the
strongbox lnte Tuesday night. Cooper
thought ho should have drawn u still
1 rgor Increase- than offered him, but
not hearing of any weakening In Co-
Now
You can keep the
water-closet bowls
as white as new
Sani-Hush
Cleans
Water-Closet Bowls
Doe the work without any
fun or unpleatantncMi. You
don't need to touch the bowl
or dip oat the waterno scaur
inn. Sani'Fluih will not injure,
the plumbing at acidi do. It's
a perfect d'uinfectant and
deodorant,
20 cents a can
at your grocer's
I - r
cam with It the featherweight ham-
..i. -..Li.. .. 1. Ll..ltfl flAhMnMi Aa. a '.
iLiiiianiif ui un ..u iT. -".uig io imii umi nor na:r nnu uoen u
rottoeni regaroing me v- u..-,c,r,
morning. Both, however, ppeated
crtitident.
Attell was . two to one fnvorlte In '
the betting tod.iy These odds have I
prevailed ln' the champion reached
the city and .t l not believed they will
b changed at the ringside.
mermen win weigu im puunus nnu
will Snter the ring at 2:15 Pacific time.
Sacramento, Calif.. Feb. 22. Billy
Papke, former champion of the middle
weight division, was a ten to olght fa
vorite this morning over Frank Man
tell, of Pawtucket, Ithode Island. Fans
bellovu Pnpku will pwive he Is still 11
fighter of chumplonsh'.p cailUsr.
The
battle will bo at omUIi weights.
San Francisco, Feb. 22. Iloth Frank
IflaiiM Ilia IHltfthurirh 'lirfir nnt.' nnil
SHUor Potroskoy, thu husky tar from
Uncle Sam's navy, today oxpretsetl
confldenoe In the result of tholr twenty-.!''
round battle In the Auditorium horo.ennnls really
lids afternoon.
Funs here bollove the question Is not
whether Klaus will win, but how long
u time will elapse before 11 ton 'second
period of acQuleecenco l.s handed to the
tnr. Kven money was offered today
that Klaus will win lnsldo alghUon
rounds.
lumbus, he sent on ' (to polpers." The
MeConnel!svlllo lad was In the league
long enough last fall to get acquainted
i:ml there Is no reason why ho should
1 ot got u Hying start this spring. Co
liimUui Dispatch.
"Wllkesbarro. I'a., Feb. 22. Iiddla Ev
ors, a brother of John Kvors, of tho
Cubs. hH Lucii signed by Wllkosbarre.
The Chicago Hecond sacker was Instru
mental In getting Clymer to give tho
youngster n trial. Like his older bro
thor, IWdlo Is an lnllelder.
GOIKO TO PARIS.
New York, Fob. 82. J. Ferdinand
Poggonburg, recent winner of the na
tional 18.8 iMtlk line amateur billiard
championship, today confirmed a ro
port that liu will nrttclpato In tho
coming tournnmont at Paris. He ox
ptcts to sail Monduyv
"Wllkosbnrro. Pa., Feb. 22. It was
announced toriuy that tho Phladelphlu
Nationals havo beei secured to play
111 exhibition game with V.'llkesbnrre
April 21.
Llhturluht Ilattlo.
New York, 1Mb. 22. One of Uio
best lightweight battles of the wlntor
Is expected at the National Sporting
club toaieht when "Knockout" Urown
and Matty Ilaldwln mix for ten rouiuls.
Ilrown now wosjhs :3: pouwls, wlillo
JlaVdwIn will be two pound 'heavier.
FVIenidH of the lui". Wdo boy .fenrod
today that ho ha-J been trained down
too fine, and they douuted If he would
be there with tho launch.
John-oil mul Unhol. ltcutly,
Puehlo, Col.. Fib. 82. Eddie John
son, the local lightweight, and Hudle
UnlwU, the Iioer, have flwhihwl their
tralnlmg and are reacy for their ten- who i)0iieVe tho jieoplo.are fit to gov
rourJi bom at the Pueblo Athletlo 0.n ,... .,,,1 , ,-,, w)ln ,0i,i
lub tonight. Pueiblo fans are looking u t , t ,j0 Kverl)ca from
forward to one of the gr eatest s lug- , u wl fl Ule ,Ilttor ,.
l.ng motehw ever seen In this city. to"Ul9 nn(l miJl) t)j0 pw M
COUNT PKCCl'S CHALLBNOE. nothing elso has done, rltandlng cJoar
Ilome, Feb. 28. Papal circles wero h ""U strongly for tho people In the
greutly excited today over the pros-JHreat strugglo betweon common lni
puts of a duel between Count Peccl. a man rights and spooUl privilege, Col
nephew of tho lato Pope Loo XIII. and "nel Boosevqlt haH become tho loader
irmmander of tho papal Palatine 01 tho Progressives. 'No Ilopublloun
guard, nnd Prlnoo Alterl. Jho opimses tho principles net forth In
Pope Plus tippcaled to Count Peccl ,11118 speech can be clsotod to tho presl
tr. wlthdruwTiIs chollongo, but ho In- doncj'."
slsted that hla honor must be vlndl- 0 ... "T , ,.,.,
.....,- .i.. ..n., i ni,i tn i... ne Western city has a highly no-
"! the result of a quarrel over a
gnmo of cards, In which the count lost
hfrn'vlly.
Tim ui.Knn.lii nt thn nount and nr nen
met this afternoon and road the papal
letter, forbidding the due'. Thoy an
nounced that thoy hoped to effect a
reconciliation.
HANDICAP OAMES.
New York. Fob. 22 Throo hundred
athletes will tnko part, tonight. In tlio
handknp iwmra nt the Oriii. Mneri
tn chatnplQiiRlilp of America.
KELLY W IN
IHE BUSINESS
George "Knockout" Brown:
Put Away in Ten
Rounds.
KoncJSlia, Feb. 22. Hiiro Kelly wah ,
conccUcd today to bo tho cievcrcsi
mlddlawolRht .boxer In the bunlne
following hla victory over Goortfe
"Knockout" Drown In ten rounds here
Inst night. Tho Italian fhowed all
his old-tlmo cleverness ar.'J' rlitr gtn
oralshtpv but was lacking In endut
tinco nnd It wa i)lnln at tho .finish
that ho was tired out. Tho terirtlc
storm kept tho gsto receipts down to
$3,000.
"The WMil! Disarmed," next Mon
day nlglit by Oov. Hanly. 221-4t
x x x x xx x x x x x x x x x x x
X
X TKIEGItAl'HIO T.MHX)I1)S X
X
X i X X X X X X 5T X X X X X X
Clcveland-Thoso days of alternate
temperature are starting the maple sap
to run and furmcrt of tho Chagrin
Falls syrup belt nro preparing for the
tapping season.
Cleveland Hack In the fifties when
the stage rolled In from tho Bast.
WlUkim Draper, a stage driver, threw
asldo the reins and "got busy" with
passengers' Uiggage. Draper, died here
yesterday, agod olghty-slx.
Cleveland Weather bureau records
show that Inst night's thunder storm
came a month' early. Hard rain fo'-
lowed slmrrr thunderbolts. To,uy four
,nlt" fcfiT" ?Z:T:Xi..
v niiub" ". ."- . "" suiroundlngs und plenty to eat, foiled
f..und a receipt for rent for another w, n U)(jk
flat In her husband s pocket, .he In- lch,Mron t0 tn9 ,tatlon ,0 1lCe. tllam
stlgated and found .ha ho had o.on ft tm Hrldgeport. Con-
homes and two wives. Then she bad . ectlclItt poeortll.n llni,or orilors rrom
I11III llliellll.
Madison. Wis. Horrified on awaken-
-i.i.a. .i . ...!
jns3 jmrguorite mtiKioy romem-
.ilt,rtHi ,, had dreamed she had shorn
her tressee. Her lockn wore found tin-
o r hor pillow,
cicngo James O. Kerr, eighty-four,
for sixty-two -years a nostofflco clerk
iiero, nnd known throughout the de- j
p.rtmont as the "model clerk," has re-
wnefl.
Wo'ch. AV. Va. Too j)oor to go to
school, LUr.lo Crabtreo atul l.uey Trout
eiich fifteen years old, set lire to a barn
ro they would be sent to n reform
school. Hotli now are In tho Olrls' In-
dllHtrlnl bnina In Siiln.li.
York. Pn 1&lvnnl Ttprrv. nnvnntv.
one.
the 'last survivor of thn oruw of I
the Monitor which
.i.mr.iii,..,i i,
! uviiuinniiwu !.
Pittsburgh. Pa.-Vonus may l the
,w.rlil of the future, according to Dr.
'John A. Ilrnrlicar, the nHtronomor
ehcar. the nHtronomor. And
iat ir the many mlUwof
oslst, Maw must hnvo n
added that
big bank account to construct theni
New York Mrs. Junius .Sontoro.
mother of seven, broko her huslund's
hat so ho couldn't go out. Magistrate
Dodd decided that tho father of so
many rhlldred shou.d stay at home
ore night oncli week.
Long Island Ctly. N. Y. Ilecntwe his
legs were shortened thrco Inches when
re fell from a scaffold. Julius Ilrullng.
a bricklayer, was Awarded $15,000 In
the Queens county supremo court.
London Seventy athletic, non-mill
tutit suffrnKettos, will nresorvo order
tonight when Lloyd neorge addresses a
meeting whtch will bo attondoil by 10,
000 women.
Paris Fronch scientists havo deter
mined that n yonr on liars Is twice as
Inig as on this plnnoot and that the
inhabitants there ocjov "the noblest '
delights of Intelligence."
Long Koy, Fin. C. P. Could, a lund
lubber, of Kastarllne, South Dakota,
excited the onvy of local expert nnglors
by landing an eighty-two pound ambor
Juck.
London viseountoas Curzon has
beon choson for the "queen of beauty"
at tho coming Sluikesponre exhibit,
checker'players .
GO TO BUCYItUS
West
End Club Will Play Hucjnis
Club Tonight.
Tho Uueyrus Ohockor dub Iuih chol
longed tho Wost End olu.b of this city
to a tournament nnid tho local club
wMl go ito Bucyrus this ovonlng for
the first contost. Tho nucyrtts olitb
lias 25 111 em bora ibut tho local men,
who have proven ralrly suocojisful
when contesting with wmo of tho
state pNiyei-K, havo fair ooiifldonce In
their ability.
nirfonl Pliichot'H Opinion.
Olftord Plnchot, tho former forester,
said today:
"To my mind, tho groat fact about
Colonel lloosevelt's bpeeoh Is that ho
draws the line sharply between the men
!wmpllBba Mayor He Is a lawyor toy
profession, the fastest shorthand writer
In 4hr, lta n Hil 4lm I..mi BhAfAiM 4irt ni -.
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nie&i Fihsl Pi!es:
V. -lllams' Indian Pile Ointment will. euro
BUrd, Bleeding and Itohlug Piles. It ob
orbs the tumors, alleys itching at once,
spta us a poultice, gives insiint r"ellt!f.
Whams' Indian Pile Ointment Is prfl
pnrod for Piles and t liin-r vt tho prHato
I Itiir -I t i 1,1 ..., ,,n,l i nj
Mrrrlmnc In Hampton Itoads during,1'" a"r". onargci with tlio murder
the civil war. Is dead hore. He lived ,r hl" 'nuKU(er-ln-' .w. Msr. Thonmlt J.
th life of a rocluse. Lund v. Lundy. 8r Und boen living
V1LLI..M? MFC, CO,, ProD.. Clsatttnd, Ohio
TOUTS HIS OUTFIT
FOR TOP DIVISION
M II I I I m id ,iaii.n.i i !
if M4k knt&WM
' i'7r
ROGER BRESNAHAN -
Hogor Drcsnnhan, manager of the
Qt 1 itnln VitllAi.nl. lu Aiitlmlatln ..
1 garding hla team's chnncei. In tho
1012 rnco. Whilo ho Isn't predicting
a ponnant, ho has iiromlsed the St.
Louis folks r. first division outfit,
and bearing in mind the Cards' sen
sational lOii ipur'.. It looks as though
ho might make good his word.
Attempt Fulls.
Lawrence, Mum., Fob. ii. Tho first
attempt of the city rutaorltles to pre-
of uq gMitrg (o ot,w
Y -l : imv. llH.n.e
-Tn.... Cnm.lnv. ,..,f. ,.1 .,.lt H.. '
...i.j... uvuinun .i.iinuu .v. iciiiiik i.iivu
f thmn t.. irn. Thv Moimii t,av n,i
nol navo ti,0 consent 0f their parents.
The tlrM children mid their parents
.- !, In 1....1... ....,..
were taken to police headquarters,
where the mayor wai told by the par
ents that they wanted the children
sent whero they coild be properly
rn tnr.
Thoy were :ticn given jor-
mission to go but the train had loft
nnd thoy will be sent with tho do-
t.ichmont etartlnit un Saturday for
Philadelphia nnd Providence.
A Woman Killed,
O'.on, N. Y., Feb. 22.-"l'e. I killed
her. Hho trlod to frexa mo out nnd
j throw a knife nt me and I beat lujr to
dentil With II hammer.
J wtl "0 sian-mcnt
today of
.AMllmm Luiidy. srcnty, who in tin-
, v . ' i
Mlin IU8 "n' nm n ' w'KW that for
'omc " net
1 hav0i Indicated
f!' "wund miml Tho woman wm
t1I,le, wltli 'tt hammor. a knfe thrust
,lJ,roUBn ,Mr "'""t "'l tho liody
thrown Intp a cosrt
fcund by Uer liusbnnd,
whero It was
Legal Notice.
Senlftl bida ylll ye recelvod
ly J. Antliony, Director
of Public Servlco, at tho city
of Marlon, 1. the office of tho clerk,
"JW ,is o-ciocK, noqn, of March 1, ,
jyiz, tor nimmnnc tho necensary la
bor aiHl material for tho construction
or n sanitary sewer nnd collar drain.
with their appurtenances, on rrlc
streot from Fairground street to tho
center of Patten street, nlso on Sum
mit street Trum Mt. Vernon avonuo to
tho south line of land No. fi80, ac
cording to plans ami specifications on
fllo with Uie city onglnoor, and sub
ject to Inspection In lunllcntn In thn
oinco or this boaxlj. Each bid must
contain the full nanno of ovory per-
son or company Intorostctl in the
same, and bo accompanied by n bond
In tho sum of $100 .00, to tho satis-
faction of tho board, or a cortlflod
iiiw.11 un wiiiio soivont imnK. as a
guaranty thnt If .tho bid Is accoptod
(a co"tract will bo ontorod Into and Us
iiL-ritiniiunco properly (secured, snouiu ontl of Monroo street. Also Improv
any bU be rojootcd euoh oheck wlllilng Bennett street 'by macadamizing
no lorunvun roiurnca to .mo uuiuer; with crushed stono from avid street
nnd should nny hid bo accepted, such , to iLatourotto streot. according to the
chey will be returned upon tho prop, plans nnd specifications on fllo with
or oxecutlon nnd scouring of tho on-1 tho city engineer, and subject to ln
tmot. Bidders are required to use upeotlon In Uu plica to in tho offlco of
tho printed forms, whloh -will bo ;ur- this board. Each hid must contain
nlshed upon application. Tho Tight j tho full name of every person or coin
Is rosorvod to rojoct nny and all bids. pany Interested In tho same, and bo
a.j iuvi 01 uiu iviruuipr ut x-nouu
Service
2-1S-22
N. S, Kroner, Clork.
Legal Notice.
Sealed bid will bo
by J. C. Anthony,
of Publlo Service, of
received
Dlrcotor
.tho city
of Marlon, nit the oftloo of tho clerk,lftnv Ua bo acooptod, nuch chock will
Until 12 o'clock, IIOOII, Of March 1, ' l,n rnturne.l llnnn thn mrnnni. vno,l
1318, for furnishing tho nocoBsnry la- ton nnd scouring of tho contract. Bld
bor and material for tho construction jtiero oro .requlro to uso tho printed
in u t.t.-iiwui wuwiwh w uiit iiiii
side of Meadow streot In front of lot
No. 3040! Also sandstone sldowalk
on the north sldo of 'Mill street from
Main to Propect streets, also wand
Mono sidewalk on tho cast Mdo ot
Bryant street fron the south ido o!
Falrview street in Hooker street, ale.)
samlstono sklewallc on the ivost ldo "f
titontroso avonuo, from Church streot
to Center street, .nccoiUlns to the
plnns and speclflcn'tlons on fllo wltb
tho city onglneer. and subject to In
itpoctlon In duTpiteito In tho offlco ol tho nccossary catch basliui, man
thla board. Kaoh hid must oontaln holos anil- laterals to tho curb lino,
tho full name of fery person or!n"d x suitable Izo, detoi'mlnlne the
oompttny lnteroatod 'In tho sitmo, and ffonoraj naturo of tho proposod im
ho accompanied by a bond In the sum Provomont and tho grndo thoruof and
of $100.00 to tho tlrc4lon or the 1 approving plans, apoclllcatlona and
hoard, or a eorUflou; cliock on some profiles thereof,
aplvent bank, as a guaranty that If Ho Jt rpsolved by tho spuncll of tho
ho bid Is acceptedit iontrnot will too city or Marlon, atato oX Ohio, threo
ontorod Into nd ilw performance ' fourths of all tho mombora oleotod
properly seeurui Should any bid
rejected surh oheolc will bo forthwith
returned to the bidder: and should
any bid ho uocepted, smh etidek will
lis returned upcTn tho proper exf u
tlon and tecurlnt; of tlio contract.
BldderM nro rouulrgd to use the print
ed form, which will ho furnlehed up
on aT.plleatlon, Tho right Is rcservcl
to rojoct any and nil tolds.
By rdVr of thi Wlroetnr of Public
er Ice
1 2-10.22 II, S. Kroner, Olorl;
JOHN II.
Continued from pngo ono
Aloxnnder W. Sinclair. Btiuorlntend
oJit, Dny'ton.
Edgtlnr Park, dralgnatcd also as
"C. D. Foots," of Now York, former
employe.
John J. Range, sales manager,
AVnshlngtdn.
iM. C. Kolth, sales manager, Now
Yorlc.
W. M. Cummlngs, sales manager,
Brooklyn, NcAv Yorft.
J. C. Iilrd, sales managor, PhllA
tlotphta. W. P. Howe, sales manager. St
Louis, Missouri.
13. II. Kpporson, talcs mnnager,
Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The following firms, located In Cin
cinnati, wcro also Indicted:
William Glonny Class company.
Standard Cnrbonlo company.
Tho Construed company.
Tho Morlconl company.
Tho Pittsburgh Plato'alosa company
Tho Phoonlx Carriage company.
The Inst named ttro charged with
hnvlng attomptcd to get chenper
freight transportation by fnlso state
ments of weights or dimensions or con
tenia of packages.
Tho government charges against
come dofendnnts, District Attorney Mc
I'herson Bald, Includo the bribery of
ctnpt'.oyeB 5t competitors and transpor
tation, telegraph and to'ophon "ompa
nlcs. Tlicso alleged offenses, he saw,
hnvo boon going on for twenty ycara
but tho government's Indlctmnnt, con
sisting of thrco colintM, are based on
ornrntlojis within tho past thrco yours.
Tho company, It Is furthor charged
by McPhorson, cut prrcos nnd formed
mythical companies to mnko other reg
isters. Suits wore threatened and be
gun to hurnss other companies, ho
says.
ISmployos of rival corporations were
hired to injure those firms whllo ef
forts we.ro mado to ruin tho credit of
those competitors. It Is .said. Ma
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Liwiiua in.uiu io iniiiu'0 t'loso or rivals
wcro nlso made, tho Indictments say.
It I charged tho National Cas.li Kogls-
tcr company, by Its methods has either
I.,...." I . ... .."' V. V. " """ e l ..
driven out or bought all but five oth-
tr cash rogleter companies.
lrulii"- 111, ..run
ColiirrJbiis. n.. tjv!. "90 r,, ,,,'
klsa bo placed under tho ban of the.of' slmn T, aKl !' t'" bonollU
Ohio corrupt pmctlco act" dorlvod ipon tho following described
-Delegato sinmm. of Sandusky !0,a n"a In,n(ls' l-wlt: All lot and
county, whon discussing tho liquor; I,m,H bo,un1Ins '"' abutting upon the
t-uostlon In tho constitutional convon-1 l,rl),MOia Improvement wliteh stild lots
lion, today, said that now that wo. ' ! aro lioreby detormlheU o bo
moil's suffrage is n prejbablllty In Ol,l0 0"cclal'y bentUtttotl by said lnrprovo
i, ...... 1.1 .. ... ,.i-,' ... ' mont: und that tho cost of Mild Im-
lltlcal campaign Illegal nnd a corrut
practice.
AilniluNli-iitoi'ri Noilcc.
Eirtato of Uonjnmln D. Kbllng, do
ccusod, Notice 18 hcroby given that the un-
itni'RlirtlniY ima linnn ilnli. .. nnl....l
ond qualified as Administrator with
tho will annexed of tho cstato of
htonjamln D. nbllng. lato of Murlon
county, Ohio, docouscd.
Dalod this 0th day of February. A.
D., 11)12.
Frodorlck E. Zechlcl,
2-S-at-thu .Marlon, Ohio.
Notice of Appointment.
Estnto of Carolluo Ado, doccasod.
Tho uniJerslgnod has bcon appoint
ed nnd qualified 113 administrator of
tho ostate of Caroline Ade. Into of
I Mrfrion county, deceasod.
. "'-'" l .iunon, unio. tnis I3tn
dny of 'February, A. D., 1312.
Frod E. authory.
2-15-31 thu Marlon, Ohio.
Legal Notice.
Soalotl .bids will bo
by J. C. Anthony
of Public Sorvioe, - of
received
Director
tho city
or Marlon, oli tho office of tho clerk,
until 12 o'clock, noon, of Mnrch 1,
11112. for fumiatiinn- tin. .,.. in
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'irlck navltw of Pnrt i.ri,i,.vr,i aio,.
Imnrovlnir Monroo Rtroet .witii tn
mnendam from Silver street to north
accompanied by a bond In .tho sum of
$100.00, to tho satisfaction ot tho
board, or a certified chock on somo
soivont .bank, ns n guaranty that IX tho
bid Is accepted a contract will .bo on
tered Into and its performance prop-
orly socurOJ1. Should any hid be ro-
, Innteil viieh hnlr will hn fnpthivltl,
raturned tnv thn hlil.lni" nrl ihnnlil
.forms, whloh will too urnlshod unon
application. Tho right Is roscrved to
rojoct uny and till bids.
fly rder of tho Dlroctor of Public
Borvlco.
2-1E-22 II. S. Krnnor, Clerk.
BDSOLUTION (NO. 11. Declaring
It nccoesHiry to lmprovo Iroy Avo. from
south cjid of Iroy Ave, to 1st alloy
flotith of Walnut street by opnstri'ct
Ing a ranltary sewor und collar drain
be.thcroto concurring
A-. That It Is heroby declared
nccowary to improve Iroy Av. from
south end of Irey Av. to 1st alley
south of Walnut street by construct
ing cv sanitary sower and cellar tf'rnln.
of suitable, slzo and dimensions, with
tho necessary catch-baulns, In accord
ance with tho iplans, jipeclflcatlons,
ostlmntea and profiles of tho proposed
Improvement propnred by iho tUy on
glneer und now on fllo .In tno offlco or
the- dlrpctor of uuhllo sorvlco which
1 bor and material for tho paving of j 131
IPnrtc boulevard, from tho south curb 1" PubliBhed
lino of MoKlnloy street north to tholnrJi 191
Ml $mmB !
WW H.P ---J lafl
hgOiU '"" ''HI Iill 11 in r
ALCOHOL 3 PEll OHNT.
ANttjeloWcPfCparallonlbrAJ.
slrallalingiliefuOtfaralRcduIa
(Ing (lie Stomachs mulBowM
Promotes DigesltonflMrul1
ncss and Hest-Contalns neither
Opiitnt.MorpWnc norMiacral.
not NAnc OTIC 1
Ihtffut Seed'
jlbcimm
JhitCe&at-
JU!ttlCd
JuifoaakSi!g
IKmSrfif'
(7ortWJJW7r
ni&ijrtmftma
Arcrfocl Hemeilv for CcmsHpa-
lion , Sour StomacIi.Diarrhoti
Worras.Comulst!ms.rcvensii
ncss aulLoss of Sleep.
ricSbilc Slnararc or
NEW YORK.
M
jL'i1i bliir tii
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
aro hereby approved.
13. That tho grado'of said street
as Improved shall .bo shown on tho
iplans nriJtl specifications.
C. That tho wholo cost of said
Improvement, less one-fiftieth there
1)i'ovo,!11on1t sha11 Jt,c)a tno OJl,onaB
of tho printing and .publishing, of no
tice, resolutions nnd ordlnnnco re
quired, nnd tho serving of snM no
tices, coat of construction, togothcr
wltli lutoroMt on bands IssuiU' in an
tlolpatlonof Uio oailocllnn of defor
rod lnstuHmpiv;s of siijeoeumynta ami
Othor nccosary oxuenscs.
D. Tlmt tho nessmonts so to ho
lovlcd bhrill bo paid tin llvo annual ln
stallmncts with Interest on deferred
payimonts not to oxoeed nix (0) Tor
cent. or annum, providing th"t tho
ownor of nny property assessed may
at his option pay such aaeessmentn of
the son no at any time after such as
sessments havo boen levied, with In
terest on tho snmo to tho uenil-annunl
In to rest dny ot said bonds next fol
lowing the date of -payment.
E. Tlmt the bonds of tho City of
Manlon, Ohio, uball belsoued In an
ticipation cif tho 'collection of tho s
HeMimonU iby Inttnllmonta nnd In un
amount wiual thereto.
IF. That tho romalndor of tho en
tire cot ahnll be pnld by tho Issuance
of bouda na Tulrod ly 'law.
(Passed Feb. 12. 1012.
EAIHL T. MAUT,
President of tho City Council.
'Appro tod by tho Mayor, Claudo JJ.
Walters.
Attoet: Elmor E. Jllazor, City Clerk.
Ptthlbihod In Star Fobruury It and
In Mirror February 13
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Do not fail to see and investigate the merits of
tho Ackerman & Lowo which is a reliable piano
fully warranted and sold to you direct from the
manufacturer thus saving all middle men's pro
fit. We also have great bargains in second hand
pianos and organs at almost your own ' price.
Call at
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Ictl n largo ve-trwullui? hetflt',
plitnt.
.AVo ll call for. nnd deliver nny repair work on tiros nnd tubes J
to uny part or tlio City, without "additional cost and 21 hours on A
tho worst rcimlrn will living jour tires hack to yon without any jT
trouble or worry and nil work, giinninlenl, ciivo us n (rlnl. t
GASTORIA
For Infants and Ohildron
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the ,
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Thirty Years
GASTORIA
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Give us a call
We will please you.
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