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Connersville Evening News (Newspaper) - January 21, 1908, Connersville, IndianaThe evening news vol 21. No. 87. Snow Bill of the Farmers and merchants Trust cot Nanny directors met to Day a a dec toy Avill co insist of Pivo Feizi let Eis for the Presont at least in. T. Bower vice pirs Ideiil. The Board of directors of the f amp m. Trust Conidia no met. To ii Norn ing and elected Edward w. Ansted president of the co iii any to s a ted Francis to roots , and l. T Bower was made vice prepaid end succeed or. Ansted. It was de idea at this meeting to allow the five i mailing members of the Board constitute the directory for the info ent at least that being the no ii Lier on the boards of the other Bankin institutions of the City. The Board now As follows e. W. Ansted. T Bower b. F. Thiebaud Milt Holbein and James Mccann. Very naturally the retirement of or. Roots from the Trust company the account of which was Given in the news last evening came As a prise to thousands of people owing to his prominence a and identity with this popular institution. The business Mana lenient of the institution has passed into the Best of hands. Edward w. Ansted be sides his Long experience in Large business affairs and splendid financial standing has been More or less familiar with the routine of the troist company a affairs since it began six years ago. Being its heaviest Stock Holder and the confidential associate of or. Roots. As vice president of the company Many of the duties devolving on the president would naturally fall to him in the latter Sab sence. Under his direction it is pre dieted the Trust Coniti any a business will continue o grow As it has in the past. H. T. Iio Vafi Orric . To succeed or. Ansted in the Var presidency or. T. Bower has been chosen and a better Choice could hardly be made in All the county like or. Ansted he is largely inter ested in manufacturing is held in High esteem and Confidence of the Public and is financially Strong. All a who know or. Bower will recognize at once that their affairs in his hands Are Safe and will be conservative managed. B. P. Thi Baui. After several months of illness and indisposition b. F. Thiebaud is Back in his old place As up shied where he began at the beginning six years ago. His knowledge of the business and his Sterling character add their part in retaining i Public Confidence in the Farmers amp Mer chants Trust come any. The two remaining directors. Milt Holberg and James Mccann Are two widely known and successful Bonsi Ness men who have Many friends throughout the county and whose names add strength and Confidence to any Enterprise with which i they Are identified. The Glenwood it Bank. A tie news is informed that the change Here in no Wise effects the Glenwood Bank or. Roots continuing As one of the stockholders and president of that institution. Conners virile ind., to Kasday land Ary 21, 190�. Woodman. Spare that tree pow Deli the Tuie dia Clearley Hernly in i oof Honey Bee and wild Flower line is a new Castle courier during the course of his re nerds saturday afternoon while dwelling. Upon the financial situation c. S. Hernly father of tiie i. N. C. And t. Railroad took occasion to refer to the line. He stated positively that the Honey Bee and wild Flower will be built meanwhile punctuating Hia remarks by pounding upon one of the tables in tiie courtroom. His statement was received with applause by every one. Everyone wants to see that very thing a com pm feed this summer. According to or. Hernly the Day is not far Distant when the work will be resumed and rushed to completion As my idly As possible. Price two cents 10c per week Striper White a a loss but$io,000 Story As told by h. Blodgett in Indianapolis news. Gives facts in detail Daubenspeck do Lily and Jeiry Offutt said to have worked the old Man. A Rogers in new York Hora i. Mrs. Proden dead at third st8eet Home pass a away Karly Liis had Long a ii 111�?leaves five Daughl it it is. Mrs. E. Pruden died at her Home on West third Street at a Quarter past six of clock this morning after several years of ill health and Many weeks of lingering almost Between life and death Ernestine Davidson was born at Summitville Ohio september 25, 9. In july More than fifty one years ago she was married to Ebenezer Pruden at Rainsville Indiana. Of seven daughters who were born to their Union five survive. They Are mrs. Belle Boyd mrs. Nathan Taylor mrs. Let a rank it arrest and misses Minnie and Sanora in Ruden All of this City. The husband also survives and four grandchildren and two great grandchildren. During mrs. Prudent a Long and painful ill Potter puts up yer urn Fine for scattering smut ltd literature in the form of handbills. My niger Paris Gayety Giris showed at Andre opera House last i Glitz ailed Down by t Lief Taiton Barker. Wuhu i Otter was this morning fined Twenty dollars and , amounting in All to about thirty dollars before mayor Barrows on the charge of a having in his Possession. A giving away lewd obscene and la Sci Lous papers and hand balls advertising a certain burlesque com los s Citra for two monster gasoline to. A lion engines comp ete. Means severe months work May be tiny beginning a if a Large put a uni aim it Industry it re oue built Beloi a. Her Comfort was left undone. Her two unmarried daughters Minnie and Sanora Pruden who made their Home with her were Ever untiring in their care for her welfare and Comfort but nothing could avail to save her. Mrs. Pruden had lived in this City for about seventeen years. During that time she had formed wide acquaintances and friendships. She was a faithful member of the presbyterian Church and followed the Pany to vivit a the Paris Gayety John paid his Fine like a Hian that was used to it. He is the manager of a show that appeared at the Andre opera House. The Bills before departing for their Homes Ai i Ortland Oregon. Messes. S. A. Gerling and .1. M. Tuttle officials of the mul Tomah Mechanic civil manufacturing co., gave a. A. Wain Wright a contract for the erection of two 100 horse Jower gasoline traction engines Complete. It will be remembered that or. Wainwright built one of these engines last year and that it was Given a satisfactory test on a farm North of the City. The work done was entire Green h. Brascher died this m0�onin6. Well known Ault a highly i respected coloured Man away after Long illness. Were of the Standard theatre shape j by satisfactory to messes. Gerling and with women in Many suggestive poses Tuttle hence the new orders. And some of the language on the Bills needed no interpreter to make its meaning Plain. Mayor Barrows was Early apprised of the character of the show and sent chief Barker to watch precepts of her Christian Faith with a a Jug House was rare Devotion. Throughout her ill a Jed seven al Little acts of the Ness she was never heard to utter the stage were allowed will greatly tax the capacity of the complaint against the tedi Iun of her cautionary warning by Wainwright Plant. The engines Are suffering but often said if her chief who had a front seat but used for blowing heavy hauling and god saw fit that she should serve damsels turned a everything where Power is necessary him thus he would also give her wheel hand Spring across the on Large farms. The building of these two monster machines will keep the Wainwright Plant running on full time for several months As there is a great Deal of work involved in their erection. The company has excellent j of securing future orders that Green h. Brascher died at his Lime on Ohio Avenue at Twenty five after eight of clock this morning. He had been ill since last september with a com plication of stomach and liver disorders. L., a drop sical condition arose and for several weeks his family had Dis Liard of jigs recovery. In or a week Oil More he had Heen so Low that his do a ath at any Lour would have been no Surprise Blu in. A or. was Horn in chatam county North Carolina in 1 s u. He was born in slavery hut was one of those to respond to the country Scall. He marched with ills regi Kumil to Washington in after the close of the War came to this City. This has been his biome since tss2. In 1s7s he was United in marriage to miss Rosa i a. Weeks of five children born to their Union two survive. They Are Nahum a Brascher of Cleveland. Ohio and mrs. Lavenia , of this City. The widow and aged Mother also survive. Or. Brascher was known throughout the City As a Man of Christian principles and High sense of Honor. He leaves a multitude of friends. The funeral will take place at the second m. E. Chuich of which deceased was an Able member at two of clock thursday afternoon. In a lengthy article in the Indianapolis news w. H. Blodgett gives in detail what pure ports to be the True Story of the Green goods swindle worked on Stamper White of Glenwood. He says the game was worked by irks am daily and p. H. Daubenspeck both neighbors of Whito and Well connected and by Jerry Offutt formerly of Arlington who has a rather unsavoury reputation. Oxly tax . The amount of Money obtained from Wiite Blodgett says has been put at 1,000 and there is a Story of a gun i Lay by Earl Ruff the old Many a grandson. The fact 4s, $10,-Uoo was the sum taken and no one believes ruffs gun Story. Henry u. Johnson of Richmond has been employed to try and Settle the affair for Daubenspeck and Douglass Morris of Rushville is the lawyer for Stamper White. The victim of this game which As ancient As the Hills of Rome is one of the old citizens of flush county. To is seventy six years of age a widower and is Worth at least $100,-000. He has 240 acres of land in Fayette county and 4 20 in Rush county besides other properties. When about fifty years old Stamper White Rolce up. He went to work at his Trade of bricklayer and spec us lated when not laying Brick and in a few years he had paid All his debt and accumulated another Fortune. Wesley Bankert and his wife lived on Stamper Whites in lace for several years. When they borrowed $.�?~?,000 to buy a farm of thir own White became seen Riby for to be to in. Mrs. Bankert. It will be r shot and killed orm Nind when the note became dii a e was in jail on a Cliar in of murder it was discovered that the Bank its had transferred their property to a firm of Rushville lawyers to defend the woman and White after a Good Deal of litigation was Able to effect a Compromise but he lost $2,0 j0 in the Deal. The Jooi a quot Deal. A it was some time last december that the a Green goods quot Deal was started. Daubenspeck who was working is Bailie re a farm nearby Grace and strength to Bear it All. I her life was a Beautiful lesson of Faith and Devotion and her depart i Uro brings deep sadness into the hearts of a Host of friends. The funeral will take place at the presbyterian Church on thursday morning at 10 of clock. wish stage Barton Rose in his Wrath club in hand and brought the exhibition mrs. Ballard dead. Mrs. Mary Ballard the Mother of Milton Helier. Died at her Home in ins to View the remains Are requested i Frankfort. Indiana yesterday. The to Call at the late residence from noon to Morrow until nine of clock thursday morning. Finger Fri tired. Gurney Foster had the end of his right forefinger badly bruised while operating a Boring machine at the Central manufacturing Plant yesterday afternoon. The Bone was not injured but the Nail was partly torn away. The Hurt keep him from work for several Days. Body will be brought ii Ere to night. Mrs. Ballard had visited in this City at various times and Iliad numerous friends and relative. S Here. No a attained Ripe a6e. Death of i s. Elverson 0 a who was More than 0� years old fun a ral Yesti Day. The funeral of mrs. Jefferson Cox w to died saturday at her Home on ,.misanes Creek just South of the Range ments for the funeral have yet been made. Creek Baptist Church revs Robert and John Thompson at Gran a e. Church. Of Greenfield officiating. Mrs. Cox interest in the protracted meetings was probably the oldest resident in at the grand Avenue m. E. Church Franklin county having been a few continues to grow. The subject for months Over 96 years of age. She Rev. D. Moore to night will be was a native of Kentucky but re a a something Worth sided in Franklin county More than body invited. I thirty years. Was Well known to Stamper White tone Lime he had a Urain elevator Ai let Minond. White hid Many dealings with him. And the Story goes Ilia Wiite Hul Confidence in his neighbor. Daily worked for Dauben Swieck and of Tuti was a close Friend of Daubenspeck. Which i of the Trio Apiu cached White first is not known l it who Ever it was Drew him a picture As Lovely As a set e in fairyland of the wealth that was at his command. A Indianapolis there was a Man who could Supply him with imitation Money so perfect that it could not be detected from genuine by the most expert Bankers. A to substantiate this assertion or. White was Given $500 in genuine Money most of it in sheets of $20 Bills right from the government press. This he took to several Bankers All of whom pronounced it genuine As it was. Then air. White was told that if he would put up $10,-000 he would be Given $80,000 of this just As Good As real Money. One of the crowd would go to Texas and buy cattle and Aladdin a lamp would be a tallow dip As a White was not an easy victim Blodgett says but by hard persistence he a came through with two $5,000 checks which were cashed at Indianapolis. It was the old Story of a a switched satchels into one of which he saw Money placed in reality Good Money and was told not to open the sealed package till he got Home. The Story of a second $10.-000. Which Earl Ruff recovered by the will of Frederick Snider the threatening to shoot is i pronounced Miller was filed for probate with a myth. The account continues county clerk Sparks this afternoon j the old Man it is asserted was the instrument was drawn december j not inclined to a a squeal Over his la in Frederick Snider s will is probated. One third of the estate is Given his widow and remainder i Oes to Hildren. Ilij Wittol i Tutlo a i i it a a a. Via a i Hejl i 11v# i 1 i 1vi Jwj. A Oil and was the first will Ever made loss 4 it his grandsons made the y or. Snider. By its terms the swindle known and then Legal Steps widow is Given a one third share in the estate in accordance with the Law and the remaining two thirds is to be equally divided among Tho eight children share and share alike. Or. Snider s son Frank and his son in Law George Cain Are named is were taken. A Daubenspeck was taken to Whites House by an attorney but what was done at that meeting will not be made known by the Persona interested. After the meeting Daubenspeck said to a Friend irk executors of the will. The Valuo o f daily has worked a Bunko game on the estate is estimated at Between $55,000 and $60,000. Continued on Elight i pase

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