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Connersville Times (Newspaper) - January 5, 1910, Connersville, Indiana
Fl.jtfi.i8hk� we by ii Byth times news company m of i id of quot the select a list of Indiana . Par year la adv Noe. Card of thanks. We wish to extend our sincere to bunks to kind neighbors for their us dresses during the illness and after the death of our Darling. Also for the Many Beautiful Floral offerings. We wish to thank the employees of the censer Sivile Blower cd it. And the g. R. Carter leather factory and Rev. Smith. P or. And mrs. Anson you get up iii a lame Back silik7 trouble makes ton miserable. Almost everyone knows of or. Kilmer s swamp Root the great kidney liver and bladder remedy because of its Renmark is Able health restoring properties. Swamp Root fulfils almost every wish in Over i coming rheumatism j i pain inthe Back kid Neys liver bladder Aiichi every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to told water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine Law Beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often fac Kragh the Day and to get up Many times during the night. Swamp Root is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just Hie remedy you need. It has been Thor Hooghly tested in private practice and has proved so successful that a special arrangement has been made by which All readers of this paper who have not al Seady tried it May have a Sample bottle sent free by mail also a Book telling More about swamp Root and How to find ont if you have kid a Ney or bladder trouble. When writing mention Reading this generous offer in this paper and Send a on address to or. Kilmer amp co., Home of sip Roou Binghamton n. The regular fifty cent and one Dollar size bottles Are sold by All druggists. Don t make any mistake but remember the name swamp Root or. Kilmer s Swanis Root and the Adess Bing Haraton n. Y., on every Bottley Uston is in serious trouble indicted by Federal grand jury at Are indicted alleged that Huston was in a Deal to guarantee Bonds for one per cent but Trust companies had no assets. Tuesday s daily. Friends of j. N. Huston and he still has a goodly number Here were startled and grieved on learning from the morning papers that he was in serious trouble. There was a flurry last september when the government made the discovery of the methods by which Harvey . Lewis with whom Huston was associated was conducting an alleged Trust but the reports then indicated that Huston was virtually blameless. It was out of this investigation however that the indictments grew. The Story As told in the Dis i patches follows former United states treasurer j. N. Huston at one time chairman of the Indiana Republican state committee and banker of Conners Ville Indiana was indicted to Day by the grand jury of the District of Columbia on a charge of conspiracy and using the mails to defraud. With him on the first charge Are indicted Everett Dufour and Harvey m. Lewis of Washington and Samuel Graham a broker of Montreal Canada. On the latter charge Lewis also is indicted. The indictments grow from dealings of the National Trust company of which Huston was president. They were i he outcome of a raid on the offices of the company Here by Post office inspectors last september. The company s scheme was to guarantee Stock of other companies on the basis of a commission of 1 per cent of the Stock guaranteed. The inspectors say they failed to find any material funds to justify the guaranty claims. Lieggii fight expected. A Bench warrant was issued for Huston s arrest and no time will be lost in serving it. The officials of the United states marshal s office expect to find him either in new York City or at his Long Island Home. It is regarded that he will resist extradition before the United states commissioner who will hear the Case and that there will be a Legal Battle. The District attorney s office has every reason to believe the commissioner will deliver him up to the Washington authorities. A heavy Bond will be required of him when he is brought Here the sum of $10.000 being accepted As the amount to be asked. Huston at one time was one of the Foremost men of Indiana. He conducted a private Bank at Conners Ville and was regarded As Rich. He had a Beautiful Home South of that City and its resemblance to the White House at Washington was frequently commented upon. He was fond of fast horses and High living. Reverses came and his Bank failed. He went to new York where he became a clerk in a store before entering upon the career of High finance. He is now an old Man. There Are two indictments against him charging him with conspiracy under Sec. 5440 of the revised statutes and five charging him under Sec. 5480 with using the mails to defraud. The penalty for each letter mailed in violation of this latter Section is fifteen months in the Penitentiary. Fifteen letters Are set out As having been mailed and conviction in All of the cases would mean a sentence of 225 months or nearly Nineteen years in the Penitentiary. Three companies together. The charge against Huston in Brief is that he and Lewis organized the National Trust company of Delaware and the Enterprise Trust company of Phoenix Arizona that these corporations pretended to guarantee corporate stocks Bonds and securities upon the payment of a fee of 1 per cent of the Par value of such securities so As to give them a ready Sale on the Market. Graham and Dufour brokers would go 1o companies and concerns about to Issue stocks and Bonds and represent that they could find a ready Sale for the securities if the company would have them guaranteed by the National Trust company or the Enterprise Trust company. The government says that while agreements to guarantee were entered into with Huston s name As president of the Trust Coni Pany in no instance was a single Bond or share of Stock guaranteed bit that the whole purpose of the conspiracy was to Harvest the 1 per cent. It is alleged that the National Trust company was falsely represented to have $1,000,000 capital when it had Little if any capital. Huston s name it is asserted was used to lure victims from Many states. The indictment sets Forth a form of agreement alleged to have been written by Huston himself which. It is said was urged in the scheme to defraud. Dufour walked into the District attorney s office this evening and gave himself up. A big extradition Battle is expected Over Graham. The office of the National Trust company was on a Street within a Stone s throw of the United states Treasury which Huston occupied during the presidential administration of Benjamin Harrison. In memory of Aaron Herbert Crawford. Herbert youngest son of William and Mary Crawford was born in Mercer county Missouri May 14, 1860, and departed this life december 9, 1909, aged 49 years 6 months and 25 Days. When quite a Young boy he came with his parents to Bentonville in., near which place the most of his life has been spent. He was deprived of his Mother s Loving counsel when Young and sorrow s hand has been Laid heavily on him All through his life. He was one of a family of eight children and his death leaves but one a sister who will Long cherish the Many lovable qualities which her brother possessed. Herbert never had rugged health and from Early manhood was afflicted with Curva tion of the spine. This affliction prevented him from accomplishing Many things he wished to do and made him despondent at times. In 1889 he United with the Christian Church at Bentonville making the Good confession and tried in his Way to be a Christian. Man can Only see the outward life but god know eth the heart and Many a life that does not look Bright to earthly eyes has a clean White Page in god s recording Booko it i life. He was always a passionate Lover of music and Many will Long remember him for the help he gave in entertainments with his violin. Since his death it has been said by Many that everybody was Herbert s Friend and that no one was his enemy. While he had faults they were of the kind that harmed Only himself and not his neighbor. He had k kind and lovable disposition and was Ever ready to do a favor. In the different Homes where he has lived the members in those Homes testify to his gentlemanly Moi Alvties and his helpfulness. Man s Days Are but few and those Are full of trouble. Poor Herbert s life went out in sadness but we Trust that his Awakening in the better land was Bright and Beautiful. In the land where he has gone there is neither sorrow tor sadness and the poor crippled body will bother him no longer. God work eth in mysterious Way his wonders to perform. Jesus taught his disciples that they should quot Edge not lest they be judged quot and at different places taught the people and said quot let him that is without sin cast the first so let us cover with the Mantle of Charity the sins of the deceased and remember the Many Good qualities in his character. Quot of heart sore tried thou Hast the Best that heaven itself can give thee rest. Rest from All bitter thoughts and things. Hem Many a poor one s Blessing went with thee beneath the Low Green tent whose curtain never outward a Cousin. A. H. Crawford was bom under not very favourable surroundings and his pathway through life was not strewn with Flowers. With bodily afflictions from youth there was not much to encourage Good cheer. Under the circumstances surrounding his life some faults can Well be condoned. Many men surrounded with All of nature s precious gifts have done no better and we know not when adversity in some form will overtake All Mankind. In this Case life s ending seems sad yet we can see that which appears like a release from prison. The future in some respects seems like looking through a Glass darkened but in death there seems to appear a Light that encourages one to Hope that the future life beyond May have a brighter Side. We should cast the Mantle of Charity Over his faults and in the sad ending of this Humble life there May be a lesson for the living that will tend for Good. Life s fitful fever is Over. It is Well it is Well. An Uncle s tribute. I a i a 4 a a 4-�T� a 4� 4 notice for the year 1909payable in 1910 notice is hereby Given that the tax duplicate for state county township corporation and municipal taxes is now in my hands for collection. The of nov ing table shows the rate of taxation on each one Hundred dollars and also each poll of the several townships and corporations tax rate of 1909 i Avable in 1910. A City of Connei Seville in Connersville town slip City of Connersville in Han Ison township. Glenwood al proration Orange township. Cilen Wool corporation Fairview township. East Connersville corporation. Connersville Toton slip. Jennings Tow Stilp. Jackson township. Columbia township. Orange township. Harrison town slip. Posey township. Waterloo town slip. Fair View township. Levied by the state. 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Each taxpayer May pay in full at any time Between january is and the first monday in May. Or he May pay one Hali of the tax with All the Road before May and and tie remainder on or before the first monday in november 1910. Mgt a d receipts will positively not be paid in Cash and must be presented with first instalment to receive credit. The tre4�fjrer will not be responsible Fob penalty and interest on delinquent taxes resulting from any omission of the person failing to state definite Liy on what property m whose name and in what township of corporation the same was assessed. All persons Irvid purchased property after the first Day of March 1909, on which they have to pay the tax must notify the treasurer As it will stand on duplicate in name of party who owned it on the Fli st a of March. It is the duty of each person to know and state what to is taxed on and where the property is situated. Taxpayers should examine their rec pts before leaving the office and see that they describe All of their property both real and personal. County orders will not be paid to persons owing delinquent taxes and All persons Are warned against buying same. The annual Sale of delinquent lots and lands will take place on second monday in february 1910. All communications must be accompanied by postage. Connersville Indiana january 1, 1910. A Guam g. Starr treasurer of Fayette county. Persons having school fund Loans on Wlinich interest is delinquent must pay tie interest promptly As the Law is strict and compels prompt collections of interest on school funds. Jasper l. Kennedy auditor Fayette county. 4 4 a 4 4> a a 4 4 4 4 4 4. A a la /. A a a v a a
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