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,' Wraaall, outtlde relief Susan Fry...,
i ' Ben. Detainer, clothing for lnnrmary ,
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' i. ."VekaBatenkn.atnne and bautlng. .,..-. 2 80
f,t "Wm Vanmeter.it one work i...,. 4,M
yv 'Mrrah Davis, ouUldf'relicf ,... 3 00
, AmaridaOhapman.outildereKefi...... 00
rUntonaroccryCo, sup for Janitor.,.. 7
ti j K Eaklns, caring for twoilia,. v.. ....... ft 50
1-V UOStrouD. room rent.'.i.. .i... ... 8 75
J6hn Hoffman, capping six culverts.... tin 7t
Kti Stdutnertr Lynchburg schools,
'. advance ,,,. .,i... ,.!,,...., 1000 00
D E Pence, tr Lynchburg corporation,
advance.,, km ,...,.........12v0 00
ti E Prtest. repair ballot boxes .,.,.,., 3 TO
D P Hodson, supt, allowance to repair
PTplkeNdrs..,..! f..i .. 10 00
i John Abtrs, repair bridge top,...;. ... 1 T5
Levi Moler, making approached 'In
. Olaytp ,.,,,,,,.,,...,.,.,,.,'..., 15 00
W I Davis, room rent ... ................ S00
' OHHnghes.senflceiasOK of Probate
bour(,.iw ...i............ S 70
A A Davis, burial ind sol. ..... ....... 8800
Xj O kealer, sal as Commissioner, Dec. 19 00
"JO Bennington, sal oa Com, Dec... ..,,. 70 00
John Evana.supwork at atone crusher to 00
Wb H Porter, tr, election orders re'd. S 00
The W H Anderson Co.'auppllei Com
mlasloriers and Probate Judge.....
Wm M Porter, tr, relief of aoldlcf.Lib
J H Street, outside relief, for Mat
c J"7tc Oeyler, lumber at YnOrmary..
,iiAjher.Valn, work at Infirmary.......
C)Ei.lount, work at Infirmary
HiW-ilorrow, Mayor; fees, state vs Wm
flurley4...,..f...i 4 60
Wolfe A Calvert, hardware for Inf 2 DO
Wm M Porter tr, election orders re'd.-. 12 80
Treasurer Madison tp, soldier relief . . ,
clay " " " ....
" New Market " i " ...
" Salem '- " " ,..
Hamer "" " " ...
' Marshall"- " " ...
" Jackson " " " .
H Washington' " ." ..,
- " Onion " " ' ....
' Urushcreek "' ...
" Paint ' " ". ..
" Whlteoak ' " ..
. " FalrOeld " " " ...
"" Dodaon " " " ..,
fm mil, beef for Infirmary
Den Sumbaugh, outside relief
Felbel Bros, dry goods for Infirmary..
W O Miller, sup forstane crusher.
JAW Spargur, flour for Infirmary..'..
Wm Dutler, hauling booths and boxes.
J W Chapman, carylng for booths., ...
-Ulllsboro Telephone Co, rental and toll
Felbcl Bros, clothing for prisoners....
J W Klttc, J P cost, State vs Christie
M I PurkhUer, making transcript to
Jesse Horton, cost fee, State vs Christie
Peal ,., ,., . 20 00
Albert Felke, Sheriff, boarding prison?
ers, December 04 00,
Albert Felke, Sheriff, Jury venire P
.Court i , ,,. 27 no
Albert Felke, Sheriff, Jail fees 0 W
Albert Felke, Sheriff, Jury ventre Pro-
bate Court.. ..r,..,. ,......... 1& Co
John Hanley, salary-as Janitor, Dec. . , 40 00
Jane Tbompson.outslde relief for Mary
Ferris , , ,.,.. 4 00
Sanford Suiter, outside relief 3 00
PTH Call, outside relief Rachel West 2 98
T O and I E Davis, two pick bandies, .. 65
Fit Ambrose, Clerk's fees...,,.. ,,... 30 38
Hills boro Chair Co, chairs for OH,
James Foley, supplies for Janitor.,...
J B Worley, premium on Infirmary
,. (Director bonds ,....
Wm'M 'Porter, tr. election orders re'd".
Jerry Foley, Material and labor, Court
JL eillLHJ UI VUWV, ??-: : . W W w w w w m p w m m w ; a -
1 $5e!?3EE1 3 : " - r
W J & ' 3''"' -3h; " s 5 n5fc - &-' jS 551
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Houiennd Jair.i.,j..i...,i,....w... l 36
Silnson Bros', Irons for bridge,, ,i.7.,. I 71
J A Kesle'r, caring for booths.i.i,. .....-, 10 oo
J A Wilkin, defending Indigent prison-
ers, .,,,.. ,..,, ,.?? i,i.i. !,, 2S 00
JasAWIlkln, wltatHi fee, State vs J
BcnilnRton.i,.,,., i. .,,,.., i,., 60
Dylel'tgOo.supfor Janitor,.. ...... ...f It 00
LylePlgCo.supProbatcJudge.u.," 121 26
LylePtgCo, supTrcasurc'r..,,...i,i... 6 oo
Lylc PtgCo.supProsecutlng Atty,..., 8 60
LylePtg Co, sup 9urveyor..;.i,..,,..., 8 60
LylC I'lgCo, slip Recorder,.! ..,.,, .., 32 00
I.yle ltgCo,up Sheriff. ,,,k...., .,i... 41 60
LylePtgCd, Clerk r 90 95
Lyle I'tgCo, sup Stenographer...... ... 6 00
Hlllsborb Light k Fuel Co, gas an light
Conft Hotlle find Jail .. Ill 18
O A Puckett, sat sciool examiner 10 "00
DFUlser; sal as school cxauiloer..... JOoo
E P Tice.sat as clerk schdol examiner. 14 03
Ulllsboro Light 4 Fuel Co, coal OH.... 112 08
OH Hughes,'!' J, fees state cases., Oo 00
N II Ballcntlne, room rent 10 oo
8t Turner, wit fee state vsO Peal. ..... 1 60
James A Wllklns, sal as Inf Director,, 15 6Ti
US Vance, making est It I No 33....... 1500
HS Vance, maklngcstRI No a-i ,. 55 00
John Rollins', wit fee st vs O Peal I 60
Lewis Scott, wit fee at vsOPcal. ..... I 60
'Axle Scott, wit fee st O Peal.,, ......... 1 60
Fillmore Kubanks, making 011, Ullncoe 0i 15
D Clement & Co, 40ft bu lime 20c bu .,, 8 10
Mrs Rebecca Arthur, Children's Home 2fll 80
"Eager and Nlpplnr Air."
Now Ibat the Reason for Colds,
Coucbs and Neuralgia Pain Is with
us, tin: careful man In on the lookout
for such preventive 'measures as will
guard him against the 'eager and
nipping air" that may prepare the
way for a wlnterVtBlcknrss.
It Is not necessary to look far for a
preventive and cure; at the nearest
drugstore you will find Dr. Humph
reys' "Seventy-seven " Those who
habltuilly carry and take "77'' at the
first sneeze of shiver rarely have a
serious cold or illness.
At druggists,. 2Cc, or mailed.
Humphrey's Medicine Co., Cor. Wil
liam and John streets, New. York.
Real Estate Transfer!..
Mary M. Burke to Anna Burke, et
al, Hlllsboro, lot, II etc.
Sheriff to Henry A. Landeu, tp.,
Henry A. Landess to Onnle B. Abcr,
trj., 10, 11335.
Peter prehaugh to Edward Stubbs,
Salem tp., CO a, 81800.
Leander Robcrds to Edgar Roberdj,
Jackson tp , 75 a, IC00..
John Wilson to Wm. Banks, Penn
tp., 0 a, ttiOO.
Hannah Grady to John Larrlck, et
al, tp., 70 a, J35O0.
AbncrU. Gill to Caroline Elliott,
Uulon tp., 102 poles, 15 10
Martha J. Vanzant, et al, to Henry
M. Hugglns, Marshall' tp., 4 a, 8300.
Rena Shoemaker to Robert Hughes,
Liberty tp., 100 a, q. c $1 etc.
Robert Hughes to W. T, Shepherd,
Liberty tp., 100 a, $4100. i
James E. Martin to Rachel M.
Mlnke, Claytp., 4a, $05. .
George H, Weaver to George Mlnkc
et al.CJav tp., i a, 1800.
Oliver M. Rouh to N. & W. Ry. Co.
Hamer and New Market tps.. 0 10 a,
H. N. Pulllatn to N. & W. Ry. Co.,
Hamer tp,. 08-100 a, $1 etc.
H. E. Smith to J. Arthur Barrett,
Leesburg, lot, $1400.
FOR BALK Both timothy and clover
hay. A, E. Hllllard,, Hlllsboro, Ohio.
The Fortune Teller.
January 0, 1905,
Mlsrf Anh Farls has' been visiting
MrsJerry Galley at Hlllsboro the
rill lie Smith Is visiting Mr, and Mrs,
Thotnp Duncanson at Lynchburg this
Wllber Wlllett and wife attended
Church at this place Sunday.
Irvln Lelnlnger and family visited
Casper Abraham and family at Hoi
Flavlus Pulse and wife spent Sun
day with J, W. Gossett.
Peter Welshaupt, executor of the
last will and testament of Catherine
Welshaupt, filed Inventory and ap
praisement. P. S Woodmansee, executor of the
last will and testament of G. W.
Woodmansee, filed first report of
private sale of personal property, -
P. S. Woodmansee, executor of the
last will and testament of G. W.
Woodmansee, filed second report of
private sale of personal property,
A, R. Boggess, guard larfof Abraham
Roberts, filed first account.
William Clouser, executor of the
last will and testament of John S,
Clouser, filed first and final account.
Martha T. Wlckerham, guatdlan of
Joseph A. Wlckerham, discharged and
second and final account passed.
Hattle Martin, administratrix of
the estate of L. S. Martin, filed
second and final account.
In re Pay Baldwin, assignee of H.
W. Wolfe. Leave given Mary A.
Wolfe, Leave given Mary A. Wolfe
and Samuel Hamilton to plead.
George Carmean certified for blind
Fay Baldwin, assignee of Henry W.
Wolfe, authorized to sell real estate
at public sale.
Fay Baldwin, assignee of Henry W.
Wolfe, authorized to sell real estate
at private sale.
W. C Hughes, administrator of the
estate of Joseph D. Hughes, filed re
port of sale of personal property.
Application for guardian of Z. H.
Jennie M. Cailey, trustee of Mark
A. Cailey, filed first .account.
Rebecca Wilkin, guardian of Mlttlc
Rousb, filed fifth and final account,
W. L. Kelly, administrator, etc., of
tbe estate of Luclnda Hurst, filed first
J.L. Marconcttc, guardian of Grace
Robblns, filed first account.
Commission to take deposition of
lvltnets to will of Luclnda Cunning
ham returned and filed.
H. S. Pulse, assignee of E. L. Wll
lett, filed final and distributive
Sathuel Garcn appointed adminis
trator of Mary J. Cropper.
Petition to contest special election
under the Beal Local Option Law
C. L. Hammond and H. D. Kelly
executors of the last will and testa
ment of Josiah Hammond, filed third
By Edythe Wilson.
The Recent Highland County
The following resolutions were un
animously authorized b the High
land County Anti-Siloon Convention
In session In Hlllsboro, Ohio, Decem
ber 28, 10011
Whereax, In the scventy-flxlh Gen
eral Assembly of Ohio our representa
tives, Senator James O. Carson and
Representative W. H. Burnett voted
In favor of the home against the
Uesolvtd, That we do hereby express
our gratitude to those men for this
stand and assure them that we hearti
ly support them in the position mani
fested by their vote on the Braunock
Local Option Bill.
Resolved, Further that we most
heartily endorse the Ohio Anti-Saloon
League in Its work of eliminating the
saloon and its supporters fro in our
Commonwealth. That we do most
earnestly urge th : people of Highland
county, whether In townships or cor
porations, t seek tile help of this or
ganization whenever Local Option or
Law enforcement campaigns are Un
dertaken. Whereas, The will of the people as
expressed through their Representa
tives In the 70th General Assembly hi
the pastapu of tbe Braunock Local
Option Law by an overwhelming ma
jority wasoverrultd by the unwarrant
ed interference of Governor Derrick
under the threat of vetoing It, there
by greatly Injuring the t ITectivcucss
of the me.isurc,
Be It Resolved, That we cltlzenB
of Highland county assembled in tills
Antl-Sjloon Convention, enter a most
emphatic protest against his re-nomination.
' C. E. Bhown, 1
C F. Whisleu, )
The greatest system renovator. Re
stores vitality, regulates the kidneys,
liver and stomach, if Holllstcr's
Rocky Mountain Tea falls to cure get
your money back. That's fair. 35
cents, Tea or Tablets.
Kaufmann & Baku.
Father What did the teacher say
when she heard you swear ?
Small Boy She asked mc where I
Father What did you tell her?
Boy I didn't want to give you away,
pa, to I blamed It on the parrot.
I'll brave the stones of Chllkoot Pass,
I'll cross the plains of frozen glass,
I'd leave my wife and cross the sea,
Rather than be without Rocky Moun
Kaukmann & Baku.
"How do vou manage to save up
money for Christmas gifts V"
"I arrange for the plumber and the
coal dealer" to draw up my salary on
alternate weeks. Then I work at
night, and what I get Is all mine."
She You thlhk you are the salt of
the earth, don't you f
lie 1 Know blame well you're the
rnustaro. ! i
January 0, J005,
Doctors Hook and McNulty, of
Ralnsboro, were called here Sunday
to visit Mrs. Wilkin, who is confined
to her home with erysipelas.
Mrs. Charles Dixon Is seriously 111
at the home of her father near Green
field. J, L. Montgomery has purchased A,
J. Wlnrgar's farm and will take pos
session In the spring.
The Quakers are holding a series of
interesting meetings, A number of
accessions are reported.
Installation of the officers of the
Emerald Lodge I, O. O. F. will take
place Saturday night,
Billlu Taylor has returned from a
visit to Ccutervillr, Ind., and as soon
as he can make the arrangements
will move his family.
Mrs. Susie Pcarce and family are
visiting her brother, John, at Ralns
boro. It is reported that Miller Worley
will move his mill to Balnbridge.
Miss Etta Gothcrman, of Sabina, is
with her sick sister, Mrs. Wilkin
Thomas Kerns has sold his house
and lot to Mrs. Mollle Sprumce, who
will move about March 1.
Flotd Thurman and wife have
moved to James Brown's farm on B g
January 0, 1005.
Miss Emma Death spent Saturday
with friends at South Salem. '
Miss Itutb Wisecup is suITcrlng from
an attack of ton?llltls.
Walter Auckcrman, of Dayton, is
spending a few days vlth relatives
John McMullen, of Hlllsboro, was
here the latter part of the week look
ing after his farm.
Clyde McNeal and Miss Lizzie Smith
were quietly married by Rev. A. J.
Kestle the first ot last week and arc
making their home for the present
with C. L. Red key and family.
Joseph Foraker, of Samtntha, has
been baling hay in this community
th'e past week with a steam hay press,
Ora Upp and cousin, Miss Clara
Hodgcy spent Sunday with Balnbridge
Frank Spirgur added a new Victor
fireproof safe to his store room last
Mies Mamie Cameron, of Cynthiana,
has b eri thc(juest of her cousins, Miss
Esther Rcdkey, several days.
The new school board will meet
here next Monday.
William LalTorty, whose home was
In the vicinity of B irrett's Mills, died
Monday night of last week after a
short Illn ss. He was a veteran of
the Civil War, serving In thc4St,h O.
V. I. He was a citizen of our village
for several years, but sold his proper
ty here and purchased a email farm,
where he spent his declining years
In September, 1002, his wife died,
since which time he has lived alone,
although 85 yoars old. A few days
ago he was htrlcken with pneumonia
and lived only about a week. His re
mains were taken to 1'ricetown Thurs
day for burial.
Program of Sessions at balnbridge
The following lias been prepared :
MONDAY. JANUAltY 10. 1005.
MOIINISO HtMION 10 A. M.
Ari'EIINOON SEfHION IJ:itO J'. M.
Music...... , , Quartette
Invocation ltcv. K, M. Swlnchart
llrcedlngUic Oralni,., ltd Kathbun
Dlscustlon Theodore Qlffln
Facts Farmers Should ConxUlcr....
.....MfH. K.C. Uockhold
Some Common Mistake In Kalslng Poultry
, .........Lowell Iloudeliush
EVEMINO Sf!SSIOM-0:30 !'. M.
Home and Home Making Kel Itadibuu
Uncle Sam's Land of the Midnight Sun....
TUUSDAY, JANUAKY 17, 1905.
MOHNINO SESSION 0:30 A. M.
Invocation Itcv, P. M. Swlnchart
Capital Limited, Shall I lluy a Small Place,
or Kent a Larger One Itcl ltatUbun
Feeding Stock for 1'roflt.. Lowell Itoudcbush
Preparing Uogs for Market: Sanitary
Conditions D. O. Corner
AFTEUNOON SESSION 12:30 P. M.
Some Snags In Farming Itcl UathbUn
Discussion .'. J. it. Head
The Young Man a'ld the Farm
C. Sherman Parrett
Is It Profitable to Italse Horses If so
What Class Lowell Itoudcbush
Discussion! W.M. Seymour
EVENINO SESSION 7:00 O'CLOCK,
Concert Ily the Wl Damson Sisters'
Quartette of Columbus, O.
Avslstcd by Local Talent
Admission to This session 10c and2ic
Constipation and piles are twins.
They kill people Inch bv Inch, sap life
away every day. llollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea will positively cure you.
No cure no pay. ,'15 cents, Tea or
Tablets. Kaufman.v & Baku.
"Success, said the college professor,
"Is not a thing that comes suddenly.
It comes only after long, hard effort.
"In tact," Interrupted the student,
who had failed to graduate, "It comes
The January number of the Ameri
can Hill? la murr. th:in rtr.llnnrlli, tntni-.
jegtlng. It contains twelve line stories,
most of the m Illustrated. It costs $1
yearly, and is published by the Spraguc
Publishing Co , Detroit Mich.
"Gee 1 but that girl makes me hot!"
"Aw, giving me the frosty face that
"It Is an awful roast, ain't it ?"
"Yes, she thinks she cuts a lot of
i. R. HOWARD, Graduate of Ontario
Veterinary Snrdeop and Dentist.
Located In Illllsborp thirteen years.
long distance calls promptly at
tended. Both 'phones In residence and office.
1. W. CAREY,
-nn wv Mff,inorn,n
Home 'Phone 340. Bell 'Phone 143.
DR. O. A. THOMPSON,
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
Mllcc W. Main street, BiLLsmvio, O,
Oiilrn I nic 'phone 101 I Residence.
OIIICCfBe!l " 147 f Home, 230.
B. McCONNAUGHEY, M. D.,
OrriCK:-In Holmes llulldtng, North Ulgh
Orricit Uouns: 0 to 12 a. m Sto 4 and 8 to
IJoth '1'honcs In Olllce and Itcsldcncc,
J. FMANK WILSON,
Office: Carroll Building.
Over Farmer's & Tradcrs''Bank.
Corrected Weekly by J. U. Ulchards A Co
UiLr.suouo, Tuesday, January 12, I5PS
Wheat, bushel 10
Corn, New a 45
oats a 30
White llcaus, bushel a -
"utter Ha Id
KgL'S.dozen a 3
Young Chicken h
Chickens, per lb a 7
Turkeys, per lb a 13
Ducks, per lb
llacon llams, per lb 0 12
liacon Sides s
liacon Shoulders.., a
llay, ton ." 10a
Ex.0 Sugar a
A Sugar a (.k
Uranulatcd Sugar a 0W
Cut Loaf and Powdered Sugar...,. a 8W
Collee.Ulo f. 10a it
Tea, Imp.,V. H. and O. P. per qr.... 85a SO
Tca.Ulack.. 30a 80
Cheese, factory 13a is
Flour, good family brands.cwt t Ma ! 0
' bbl a
Molasses, N. O., gallon a 50
,a" Sorghum .- to
OoldcnSynip a 35.
goaion v :.:::: i5; is
Salt a 110
Uams, cltysugar cured, lb a n
Ueercs, cwt., gross 2 00a 3 CC
liceves shipping 350a 4 00
Sheep and Lauibs, per cwt 2 00a s &u
Hogs, cwt., gross 5 Ma 6 00
yMC?Hoss'BTC28,vv 00a M
Milch Cows with Calves JWaHOOO
Pure Bred and Registered Aberdeen
Angus Cattle ; Large English Berk
shire and Chester White Swine;
Shropshire and Lincolnshire Sheep.
Youmr Stock of Best Breeding and In
dividuality for Sale at All Times.
A number of Fine Angora Goats for
Sale In Lots to Suit Purchasers.
H. M. BIIOWN, Hlllsboro, O.
JULIUS C. KOCH
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
And Manufacturer of
Olllce North High Street
All Orders Promptly Oiled.
The prayers delivered in the United
States senate during the winter scs
Ion of 1104 are to be published in
book form. The chaplain could have
saved himself the labor of their oral
delivery by having them printed first
and pointing to them like tbe lazy
man In the old story and saying "Lord,
them's my sentiments !"
At PlttsVurg the police have been
Instructed to arrest all tchool boys
caught smoking cigarettes. Good!
Now if they'll only get after their big
brothers who do the same thing but
that's too good to lujaglne I
Jessie Mifs Oldglrl tells me that
she never looks under her bed before
Bessie No, poor thing she's given
up all hope of ever finding a man
Miss Noozey You didn't know I was
Interested in tbe business now, did
Miss Belting Why, yes ; I supposed
you.wcre, as usual j but I didn't know
Foil Sale Freight elevator, 44x5
in good condition. Inquire at this
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