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Connersville Times (Newspaper) - January 26, 1910, Connersville, Indiana J my quot Alega advertisement. G w Walker school sup. S d Kiger co., dictionary trustee s report of wat u c Ambrose Coal. Verloo townships Davis Liau eng it of a. Record of moneys received and Wilson Adamic i Aii Stone. A disbursed Thomas 0. Simpson e a Lyons for a Hucal. Trustee of Waterloo town slip Chas Moore ii Aning s h Fayette county duri Ufi the year Tom Lyons i Aulma Coal. End Doig dec. Is 1909 Capo Junkins repairs s a. Township fund i ii on Niovi lawns. La Wuh amp Miji a Jujj Henry Adams rep. receipts Kiger co practice paper. Former trustee 166.59 Douglas Bolser co Crayon Central state Bank cutest 1.00 Jobe hauling. A Bank interest. 1.47 q Rieman Flowers c. S. Bank interest. 1.00 a Junkins door locks. C. S. Batik interest. 1.00 a Carlos floor Oil. C. S. Bank interest. C a a Kennan clocks. Co treasurer to. Fund. 668.16 go a a stove co Stop bowl co. Treasurer dec. Dist. Ij3s.62 a Jujj a i go aul. Sand. A e bran Ulenburg inst. Total 3al and reeeipts11378.6b Goble manuscript. Disby sements. 950.56 q p Stelle brooms to to Walker sch sup. Balance 428.10 Lyons Coal. 1.60 9.55 62.52 00 46.0 a it 7.25 84.75 8.00 77.20 10.10 3.00 3.50 2.00 3.00 9.50 7.00 12.33 2.75 21.30 4.55 3.00 6.47 1.85 co co co f. F. F. F. F. Co co co f. Co co f. F. F. F. Co f. F. F. . Tuition fund. Treas., school Revenue. $283.92 treas., Cong. Interest.33.29. Treas., liquor License. amp m. Trust co., interest. .18 amp m. Trust co., interest .46 amp m. Trust co., interest 2.10 amp m. Trust co., interest 1.97 amp m. Trust co., interest 1.92. Treas., local tuition. 534.12. Treas., liquor License. 9.2 7. Treas., county dog. 1.75 amp m. Trust co., interest 3.93. Treas., school Revenue 343.20. Treas., Cong. Interest. 25.66 amp m. Trust co., interest 4.88 amp m. Trust co., interest 4.90 amp m. Trust co., interest 4.40 amp m. Trust co., interest 3.78. Treas., tuition463.69 amp m. Trust co., interest. 2.96 amp m. Trust co., interest 1.27 amp m. Trust co., interest 3.02expenditures examiner co pub rep 8 d Kiger co to sup. It Jeo w Roberts gravel. T 0 Simpson trustee simplex quot unitary co cult s d Kiger co supplies. T o Simpson a services. S d Kiger to guide. N w in Remeau Blanks Etc. Times news co pub. S d Kig a co scoops Etc n w Freeman sewers a a Chas Moore work roads. Thos 0 Simpson services. Thos 0 Simpson services. Walter Brown Sli Ovel Grav Ellis Berkhiser shovelling. We Mckee show gravel. C f , show gravel. A Church show gravel. Rolla Smalley gravel. Thos 0 Simpson services. W e Janes gravel. We Duncan gravel ism Maze stone3.00 14 00 Wilson Adams haul Stop 11.50 3 Oricha a Simpson plastering. 44.00 9500 a ast Side Lumb co. Lumb. 9.81 total balance and receipts $2089.98 disbursements. 1774.96 60.00 55.20 Road fund receipts a a a a former trustee in treasurer Road a a co. Treasurer dec. Dist. 15.00 25.70 4.5.30 72.00 4.75 30.00 20.00 39.25 10.15 2.21 total bal. And receipts. 51.61 disbursed cents. 46.60 balance expenditures work. 5.01 .5.00 a Jim Reuben Lay son work. of a Chas Moore work. 1.25 we Duncan plow Chas or iee show gravel. Cliff Shepler show gravel Ellis Berkhiser show. Grav Alex Hill shovelling Grag. 30.00 59.00 43.00 2.35 5.50 16,00 10.f 0 former dog fund receipts trustee we Berkhiser per visor 120.00 j e e Jones gravel. a 4.30 6.00 30.00 Kiger co. To supplies. A a 37.10 John Retli Erford supervise 100.00 j e Squirs flooring bldg. 7.66 d ii Goble envelopes. Thos 0 Simpson election. Thos o Simpson services. Tuition fund receipts for incr trustee 918.38 Central stat Bank interest .48 county treas Schodl Rev. 251.81 co. Treas., liquor License s ii. Treas., Doug inst. C s Hank interest. S Ank. Itic Rusl. C s Bank in a quot. A. C. S. Bank inter Cost. C s Bank int r treas. Routly dose co to quot As. . Co to i . Lovill iii ion. Total bal. And 250.00 disbursed Zients. 77.0 balance. A �?�173.00 expenditures co. Treas., surplus dog. 77.00 state of Indiana Fayette co is the undersigned being duly sworn upon his oath says thai the Avi thin s a True and Eom Plet quot showing of quot All the moneys re-63.76a a Jujj a i ont of. Verily 29.53 in is and that the various balance$315.02 . Tuition fund. Chas. K. Perin teaching. $50.00 Walton keys teaching. 20.00 Walton keys teaching. 20.00 Emma Sutton teaching. 153.00 Walton keys teaching. 95.00 c. R. Perin teaching111.21 j. W. Paikert teaching. 154.35 c. R. Perin teaching. 35.00 Rny Logan teaching. 25.00 Lohn m. Carter teaching. 75.00 to i Idys Perin teaching. 55.80 Roy Logan teaching25.00 c. R. Perin teaching. 60.00 Ethel Hamilton teaching. 78.75 Roy Logan teaching200 John m. Carter teaching. 75.00 Perin teaching. 55.80 v. R. Perin teaching80.00 Roy Logan teaching60.00 Ethel Hamilton teaching. 75.0�. I. Perin Toad hing82.25 Roy Logan teaching�2.50 a Ohn m. Carter teaching. 131.25 i Hel Hamilton teaching. 82.50 Clondys Perin. Teaching. 97.55 special school fund. Co. Treas., spec. School. .$300.s4 Home ins. Co. Dam. By co. per. Sci tool. 259.32 Uia i. S Bank in a a a 1 Ransler. T it o 1 reas quot Oti was. A to m s s a leap ii Milli s l is. S�?, s i Ank. S Bank. S Bank. Treas. I Rev. Ii a cou Eony 1 l a quot s Ira r. Trails a is interest interest interest Dee. Dist 1.00 1.40 1.00 1,02 26.��o s.37 11 Sun 0 .02 2. 1 it .0 to is a a it 3.08 2 a 2. .3 total Bai. And ree,.ipts.h2021.76 disbursements. 1855.29 65.00 75.00 190.28 228.47 133.40 52.00 96.00 4.60 items of sex in Liture credited has e been fully l in the suit stated a my without excess or implied agreement that any portion thereof shall be retained i v or l to him or to any other person ail that a quot has r h died no Money nor article of Vashio in to Siderati m of any contract male by him As . Thos. 0. Simpson. Township trustee. Sighs cried ail sworn to Bel Ore me lii is. In c 4ih Dav of january 1930, r. In lle.\. Chii Iruin o advisory Board. Balance �?��.>1066.4 exp quot Ethel Alamill i. T in ing.,-j j k Johnston. Teaching. Ethel Hamilton teaching. Bessi Riggs. Teaching. Cora j Sutton teaching. Zella Johnston teach no. O a quot Zimny ruin Iraq infers t a Mott. Transfers. Gec image. Transfer a a. A. . Transfer. 275.03 Zella r Johnston to aching 139.001 c e Brandenburg teach. 50.00, c e Licach. 15.00 Ottie Oreen. Ten Ehing a. 100.00 c e Brande Tilburg Coll a Lily township thl a the s Hal out. Of ecord of moneys received by has. R. Thomas trustee of Columbia township of Fayette county Indiana during the year ending december 31, 1909. Pfc kits. Township fund. Co. Treas., township. $385.49 co. Treas., township. 333.41 toral balance and receipts. Disbursements. $1086.41 937.�4 balance. . Township fund times news co., pub. Rept. Liam. Pub. Co., pub. Rept. Teach., 193,75 Wiles amp Springer leg. Serv. Z r Johnston teaching. 120.00 s. D. Kiger supplies. Special school fund Edward Hood supervisor. Receipt Walter Hedges Stamps Etc. Former trustee. .�?�.107.60, r n. Elliott Legal service. Co treas special school. 333.95 r Thomas treas dec dist. 269.31 j m. Abernathy supervisor a John m. Carter twp. Record total bal. And receipts. 710.92 Ida utter janitor. Disbnr.sement.q678.17, t. R. Thomas salary. A a w. Barlow supplies. 32.75 c. E. J. Mcfarlan treas., expenditures i Transfer marshal John rep stove 1.25 my a a a j Roth Hook,�?.,. Conner amp Lewis locks. A j Roth Mirror comb. T o Stanley Coal. Loyd d Ner Coal. Ethel Hamilton janitor fee Bessick Riggs janitor fees. Cora Sutton janitor fees. Cora g. Sutton books Zella Johnston Jan fees. G w quot Walker Stamps Virgil Tevis com address Jeff Heider com music. John l Byrne Church pm s. D. Kiger amp co., to. Guide 1 65 ter Hedges Stamps Etc. Jaq con. Tel. Co., service. Chas. R. Thomas salary. J 25 exam. Pub. Co., pub. Note "54.88 times news co., pub. Note 15 22 Abernathy us pervs. 20.34 Hedges Steps Etc. 2.00 amp Supply 16.84 j go r. P. Alies member a. A. 15oo Ward member a. A. La too Cotton member a. A. 5.00 Willard Hadley services. L c Behymer programs. 14.50 j m. Abernathy supervisor Star piano co piano. 5.00 Kiger amp co., records. To ini plex sanitary co a ases 62.50 waiter Hedges Steps Etc. I. B. Yonn a Rimp paper. .60 Thomas election. S d Kiger of to. Sup. 13.20 Chas. R. Thomas salary. $148.47 $13.0.5 13.05 6.of ,5.00 2.00 i �o2 100.00 50.00 0.00 8.75 70.00 2.56 90.75 84.00 5.50 1.57 2.00 50.00 2.00 2.00 10.00 1.07 9.25 120.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 120.00 62.00 14.00 1.�7 4.00 66.00 total Bah incr ail receipts $116 5.96 . 668.56 Jal Alicc 498.40 Risili . S pc ial school Pumi. Emma Sutton $1.5.80 Walton , 15.00 c. A. Ivrin inst1g.26 ,1. A. Paikert inst. 15.86 Claude Trusler school bks. ___3.25 s. U. Kiger manuscripts. 1. a r. Perin examination. >.50 ,1. A. Paikert examination 3.50 John b. May Fence Etc. 11.29 mrs. .1. T. Sim Json Clang. 1.00 times nows co., com. Cds., 12.90 Ben Kahn music30.00 Harry Manley transfers., 30.00 Sim. Sanitary co., w. Cooler. 8.25 Harry Thomas repairs. 2.00 Herbert King papering. 11.00 John g. Shepherd Steps. 6.00 we. J. Simpson hauling. 4.50 a. E. Barrows co., ins. 37.80 c. M. Spicely amp co., varnish 1.25 Cora e. Thomas varnish g 1.25 Connor amp Lewis stove rep. 12.00 we. J. Simpson work. .50 Rex Coal amp Coke co., Coal. 89.10 Sherman Stevens hauling. 5.25 Smith stove co., repairs. 2.00 mrs. J. T. Simpson clean. 6.00 John m. Hamilton pump. 8.00 Byron Leonard hauling. 7.50 s. D. Kiger amp co., registers 2.05 Isaac Spears wood2.00 times news co., manual. 5.78 we. To. Simpson work. 1.00 con. Lum. Co., repairs. 13.05 Lames Scully cleaning. 6.00 mrs. J. T. Simpson janitor 5.00 Elihu Stam wood6.00 w. E. Wallace Wall paper 10.18 Herman Adams hauling. 7.25 Thomas Charles co., sup. 5,61 we. L. Baker amp co., sup. 60.10 John b. May services. 5.50 a. J. Roth supplies8.06 Emory Handley services. 2.20 Harry Perin repairs10.50 Isaac Spears Jno. M. Hamilton cleaning 5.00 Conner amp Lewis supplies. 7.69 c. M. Spicely amp co., sulph. 3.10 Smith stove co., repairs. 13.45 d. H. Goble co quot visitor quot 7.00 Burl Eddy pipe and Zinc. 4.13 e. I Chance supplies. 3.86 c. R. Perin inst28.72 Roy Logan inst. 25.00 Gladys Perin inst. "3.37 Ethel Hamilton institutes 9.45 John m. Carter institutes. 15.00 receipts. Road fund. Co. Treas., Road. $442,59 co. Treas., road5.o9 total balance and receipts. $783.04 disbursements 409.38 balance. $373.u6 disbursements i Road fund. W. L. Larimore gravel. 1.25 j. , coal3 00 Ott utter gravel 1.40 Jno. G. Shepherd world. 15.20 Allen Breece grading. 25.00 Jesse Garner work3.00 Allin Breece grading. A. 8.00 John Paikert coal7.53 Jno. G. Shepherd work. 22.00 Clifford g. Stevens work. 1.00 b. F. Fisher gravel. 35.30 a Henry Rusterholz gravel. 8.00 con. Lum. Co., Cement. 36.48 How sier print. Co., re Laws 1.00 train Pike gravel4.50 Emery Handley gravel. 7.45 s. D. Kiger amp co., repairs. 7.00 John b. May gravel10.40 w. T. Jones lumber1.50 h. L. Williams gravel. 13.80 c. C. C. Amp st. L. Ry., Frt. 1.38 Paikert bros., coal1.60 r. C. Barnes gravel4.85 Geo. Mesersmith damage 10,00 we. A. Day gravel7 .30 s. S. May hauling3.00 Ott utter gravel.28.10 Jno. A. Snyder gravel. 2.60 w. H. Pike gravel4.20 w. H. Tate gravel. 33.50 Emory Pike gravel3.r.5 John a May gravel1.15 Willie f. Payne work________2.45 Henry Ensminger work. 1.25 James Scully Jesse Garner stone2.00 Willard Hadley gravel. -75 Pareppa Tate gravel. 9.60 Richard Rowe work3.00 Conner amp Lewis supplies. 1.60 c. A. Loper repairing. 16.00 r. P. Ailes gravel3.20 we. G. Larimore gravel. .95 e .1. Chance supplies. 1.19 Joel Foster gravel12.-10 Chas. H. Thomas Stone. 1.9.5 mrs. J. I. Little gravel. 21.25 Chas. Mcdonald gravel. 16.05 receipts. A additional roat fund. Total balance and receipts $58.52 balance quot $58.52 receipts. Dog fund. C. G. Stevens dog tax. $99.00 w. H. Pike dog tax1.00 Chas. E. Utsler dog tax. 3.00 w. B. Mitchell dog tax. 1.00 Roscoe Williams dog tax. 1.00 Wenj. J. Simpson dog tax. 1.00 f. Amp m. Trust co., interest 2.00 Chas. R. Thomas dog tax. 2.u0 Hazel Wood log tax1.00 Sherman Stevens dog tax. 1.00 Tobias Smith dog tax. 1.00 total balance and receipts. $162.14 . $162.-14 state of Indiana Fayette county is. Tiie undersigned being duly sworn upon his oath says that the within is a True and Complete showing of All the moneys received and paid out As he verily believes and that the various items of expenditure credited have been fully paid in the sums stated and without express or implied agreement that any portion thereof shall be retained by or repaid to him or to any other person and that he has received no Money nor article of value in consideration of any contract made by him As Chas. R. Thomas trustee. Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 4th Day of january 1910. R. P. Ailes chairman of the advisory Board. Administrator s Sale of real estate. The undersigned administrator of the estate of Oliver h. Swift deceased hereby gives notice that by virtue of an order of the Wayne circuit court he will at the hour of one o clock p. A of the second Day of february a. A 1910, at the premises near Bentonville Fayette county in the state of Indiana offer for Sale at Public Sale All the interest of said decedent in and to the following described real estate situated in Fayette county in the state of Indiana to wet a part of the South East Quarter of Section thirteen 13township fifteen 15range Jufe Ven 11 East beginning sixteen 16 rods North of the South East Corner of said Section thence West eleven 11 rods to a stake thence South seven 7 rods and eighteen 18 links to a stake thence West i Twenty eight 28 rods and thirteen and three fourths 13.75 links to a stake thence North one Hundred fifty two 152 rods and eighteen 18 links to a stake a thence Bast Thrity nine 3,9 rods. Thirteen and three fourths 13.75 links to a Stone in the Range line thence South one Hundred forty five 145 rods to the place of beginning containing thirty seven. 37 acres and sixty six 66 Square Tiodos except eight 8 acres 8ud forty 40 Square hods sold of of the South end thereof to j. L. Prine and making the area of land to be cold Twenty nine 29 acres and Twenty six 26 Square Rod More a less. Sad Sale will be made subject to the approval of said court for not less than two thirds the full appraised value thereof and upon the following terms and conditions at least one third of the Purchase Money Cash in hand and the balance in two equal instalments payable in not to exceed nine and eighteen months from Date of Sale evidenced by notes of purchaser bearing six per cent interest from Date waiving Relief providing for attorney s fees and secured by a mortgage upon the real estate sold. The said real estate will be sold free from All liens except taxes for the year 1910, due in 1911. Privilege to pay All Cash will be Given. Santford Wilson administrator. Vanderperk amp sons auctioneers. 5jan4wks the judge realizes women the temptation were under. Notice of administration. Estate of Hattie r. Wild Ridge de c6�tsgcl notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been duly appointed by the Fayette circuit court of Fayette county in the state of Indiana administrator of the estate of Hattie r. Alldridge late of said county deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. Absalom r. Wildridge administrator attest we. E. Sparks clerk Fayette circuit court. Dated december 28, 1909. 5jan3wks notice of administration. Estate of Mary s. Lockhart de eased. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned have been duly appoint-3d by the Fayette circuit court of Payette county in the state of Indiana executors of the estate of Mary s. Lockhart late of said county deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. Theodore e. Murphy we. M. Lockhart executors. Attest we. E. Sparks clerk Fayette circuit court. Dated dec. 30, 1909. 12jan3wks obituary. A Short time ago the hearts of Martin Dale and Charlotte Porter were gladdened by the coming of a Little one unto their Home. They gave to him their fondest affection. The Little fellow gave Promise of maturity. Their life was brightened and they were truly Happy in the Possession of so Beautiful a gift. They named him Willis Lowell. The weeks sped by it seemed a Little time november 3 to january 9. The tiny one too frail for Winter s blasts departed. Whence came this baby s Irit whither has it gone there is but one answer from the author of life Back to him. He was a Little visitor from celestial realms who tarried with us a Little while and the returned. What is the lesson from this Little ministry he spoke no word but he taught us a lesson of love. He brought a word of Hope from god. Quot of s in is the kingdom of the Star shone overhead. The air was Calm and still. O or Bethelhem s Fields rays wore shed. The Dew Lay on the Hill we see no throne no Palace fair. Where is the King of where n of where an old Man Knelt at a Manger Low a babe Lay i u the stall the Stai Light Lay on the infant brow deep silence Lay o or All a Maiden Bent o or the babe in prayer there is the King of there of there card of thanks. We desire to publicly extend our Heartfelt thanks to our and friends for their Many kindnesses and tender expressions of Szypa thy before and after the death of our beloved son. Or. And mrs. Martin Porter. Toner station. Lick Creek was out of its Banks thursday also Williams Creek. Miss Josephine Barker spent sunday with miss Myrtle Moffett. Mrs. Jennie Dehaven suffered a Light paralytic stroke thursday morning but is better at this writing. Linsey Leonard and family spent saturday night with c. Smullen and family and were the guests of Liis Bradburn and wife sunday. Misses Ruth Edna and Ruby Kinder spent sunday with miss Edith Dehaven. Mrs. Ola Smullen mrs. Vina Lockhart and miss Myrtle Endicott visited mrs. Jennie Dehaven sunday afternoon. De Grimme and family have moved to the Thomas farm recently vacated by we. Clifton and family. Mrs. Jon t Kinder was a victim of Lagrippe last week. Butchering feeding and trapping Are the chief occupations in this neck of the Woods. New York Jan. 21.�?eight More of the dressmakers indicted in the quot Sleeper trunk quot smuggling Case in which the Gove invent is said to have lost $5,000,000 pleaded guilty in the United states circuit court and paid fines aggregating $11,250. The women and their fines were Ellen Mcnamara $2,500 Annie b. Conlin $750 Katherine o Connelly $1,000 Theresa m. Hannon $1,500 Annie my blimey $2,000 Mary Kenny $500 Alice Mcevoy $1,000 Augusta Wick storm $2,000. This brings the total of those who have pleaded guilty to fifteen and makes the fines to Date $34,250. The five trunks seized on the american line pier last Spring and sold at Public auction by marshal Henkel brought in $23,000. There Are still about a dozen dressmakers to plead. Judge Hought rebuked the woman for being parties to a conspiracy to defraud the government but said he readily understood that owing to Competition there were great temptations put in their yes men they capture police chief and Force him to witness their operations. Utica a y., Jan. 21.�?chief of police Bronner of the Village of Mohawk was patrolling his beat when four armed yes men darted out of an Alley and slugged him. After relieve ing him of his pistol and club they forced him to enter the Post office where they bound him and made him watch them open the Safe. They secured $2,000 in Stamps and Money and effected their escape leaving the chief a prisoner in the Post office building. Bronner after working for More than an hour at the ropes and wire which bound him managed to set himself free and sovid an alarm. A posse was organized and endeavoured to pick up the Trail of the yes men but without Suc a Doughty mayor Indianapolis s new executive does m Star police stunt. Indianapolis Jan. 21 a mayor Shank and his body guard. Detective coffin were at a hotel for lunch when two waiters began fighting one Drew a knife and was slashing the other when the mayor jumped into the fight took the knife away from the Man collared him and threw him to the floor. In the meantime coffin gave Pursuit to the other negro who had run from the mom covered with blood and caught him on the sidewalk. The patrol wag in was called and the mayor and detective got their prisoners into it and Rode with them to the station House. There was panic among the Kun costs in the dining room when the fight Lic Jan but the prompt act ion of Tho mayor quieted the guests and when or led his Prii Somr away holding the i k Ody knife thre tingly Over Tho Voiro s head there was loud applause. Senator Bradley protests. Washington Jan. 21.�?a speech by senator Bradley of Kentucky in defense of his state against what he characterized As false attacks in connection with newspaper Stone of night riders and other quot outrages quot growing out of the tobacco situation is a feature of the Senate proc fied Ings. Will carry about $35,000,. Washington Jan. 21, Nadica tons Are that the River and Harbor Bill now in course of preparation to he the House committee with be report so about feb. 1. It is estimated that theft Glasure will carry authorized expense of approximately $35,000,000. A Market quotations prevailing current prices and livestock. Grain pleasant View. Several from Here att elided the Breece Sale near Columbia tuesday. Silas Petro moved monday to his new farm in Union county. Charles Hizer will move to the Plummer farm and or. Burch will move to the Brown farm in the near future. Indianapolis Grain and i wheat Wagon $1.18 $1,25. Corny no. 2, 67ic. 2 mixed 47c. Hay a Bale i 16,i a Timothy $15.60@17.i $14.50 @ 15.50. Cattle a hogs�?$4.00@s.80. Sheet lambs�?$5.00@8.50. Re hogs 2,000 cattle 500 shot i at Cincinnati. Wheat of. 2 red $1.2 no. 2, 68c. Oats no. 2, tie�?$2.50@6.25. Hogs a sheep�?$2.00#4.50. Lam 8.65. At Chicago. Wheat no. 2 red to no. 2, 62oats�?no. Tie steers $5.00@7.50 feeders $3.00@5.10. Hogs sheep�?$2.50@6.00. Lam 8.75. At 8t. Louis. Wheat no. 2 red $1,27 no. 2, 66c. Oats no. 2, tie stars $6.75.30. 1.70. Sheep�?$3.00@>6.50/ East Buffal cattle�?$4.25@6.75. 8.90. Sheep�?$3.00@6.50. 08.76.wheat at Toledo. May. 11.26% july. Eula

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