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I GERMANS GET WARSAW.
l.yReopold Takes Polish Capital in Name
irp Real Conquerors.
\- London, Aug. 5.?T:e Germans hold
| IWarsaw, capital of Poland and the
? -third largest city in the Russian empire.
Bavarian troops entered the city
I this morning, having taken successively
the Blonie lines and the outer and
inner fortresses of the city itself, the
to. _ _ -
r Russians only fighting m rearguard
actions to allow ti:eir main army to
While to the Bavarians under Prince
Leopold has fallen the honor of taking
over Warsaw in the name of the GerI
man emperor and his consort, who are
k expected to make a state entry within
t a few days, the real conquerors are
Von Hinderburg's troops, fighting
^Walong the Narew river to the north
LI east; tbe Austro-Oermans wlio crossed
*1 the Vistula to the south of the city;
I aDd the armies of the Austrian Archil
duke Joseph Ferdinand, and the German
Field Marshal von Mackensen,
I advancing northward between the Vistula
and Bug rivers.
The Russians are fighting desperate
rl7 ana stuooormy 10 cuccn cur pivsress
of these four armies and have had
several successes, inflicting heavy
losses on their pursuers; but they are
being steadily pressed back, whicl'n
made the longer occupation of the
Warsaw Polish salient a hazardous
I Hard Road to Travel.
Even now, although the steadiness
of the Russian troops and their fierce
counterattacks have gained much valuable
time for them, it is problematical
whether the whole Russian army
w will reach new positions chosen or
whether, if it should get tJ:ere, it will
not find those positions turned Dy tne
\l Austrians, who have crossed the Bug
southeast of the Cholm and tl:e Germans
under von Schloz and von
^^Gallwitz, ^ho have crossed the Narew.
At the northeastern end of the line
the Russian communications are furtJ-er
threatened by Gen. jvou Buelow,
advancing toward t)vinsk on the
Vilna-Petrograd railway. Indeed, the
( , Austro-Germans have set three traps
i to catch and destroy the Russian
iarmy. None of them was sprung, but
One was so near to closing that Grand
Duke Nicholas was forced to evacuate
"Warsaw, and now is fighting with all
b-is might to prevent the others from
cutting off his retreat.
Thus far he seemingly has been
R successful, for although the Germans
W v^im the -capture of many prisoners,
B* the aggregate is small when compared
W with tf:e immense-forces engaged. In
addition the Russian guns apparently
I are well on their way to the rear.
Nothing of Value Left.
From refugees who left Warsaw
n some days ago and have arrived at
K Effort of County Supervisor on clfcii
820. J. W. Epting, salary
821. J. O. Livingstons, salary
^^822. J. G. Sample, salary
832. F. M. Lindsay, salary
824. E. S. Werts, salary
825. J-no. L. Epps, salary
826. Jno. C. Goggans, salary
827. tW. S. Melton, salary
k. 828. D. J. Taylor, salary
HF 829. W. M. Dorroh, salary
M 830. " . G. Blease, salary
&>1. Geo. D. Brown, salary
832. H. C. Holloway, salary
I 833. W. S. Hann, public buildings ..
P 934. L. M. Player, magistrate's salar.
| 835. A. L. Aull, magistrate's salary.
wt>. j. a. L?atnan, magistrate's salar
837. H. H. Ruff, magistrate's salary.
838. B. B. Hair, magistrate's salary
839. R. M. Aughtry, magistrate's sal;
840. W. P. Allen, magistrate's sala:
841. Jos. H. Adams, magistrate's sa
842. Hix Connor, magistrate's salary
843. J. H. Dorroh, magistrate's sala
844. J. A. Kinard, magistrate's sala
845. C. H. Alewine, magistrate's sal;
O AC P T. "Dn fnr/1 rtATl cto Kla'r
Lvtv. x , j~t. i/uiuiU| vvuotauiv e oaiax j
847. T. M. Boland, constable's salar;
848. S. E. Boland. constable's salary
849. Geo. W. Cromer, constable's s
?50. P. B. Odell, constable's salary..
DTI S*1 TT r>i: i.Vl.T- 1
9ox. vrtru. rx. 011511, .tuusiauie 5 Senary
852. J. W. Darnell, constable's salar;
1 853. .J. B. Chambers, pension
1 854. H. M. Barger, pension
855. M. M. Dickert, pension
I 856. L. Y. Havird, pension
S.V7 W W WilKne'ha.Tn npn?irm
858. J. A. Enlow, pension
"* 859. J. W. Koon, pension
860. I. N. ;Wesson, pension
861. Geo. D. Lathrop, pension
CC9 Paltnn Wicker noncinn
JUTV4 Wil It y
863. Miss Annie Owdom, pauper ...
1 864. Mrs. Sarafn Holt, pauper
t 865. W. W. Bishop, pauper
H^fc-S66. Mrs. Catherine Sheely, pauper
^867. Mrs. Margaret Troutman, paup
V 868. Miss Betty Singley, pauper
W 8 9. Mrs. Lucinda Livingstone, paup
[ 870. Mrs. Mary J. Boozer, pauper .
f 871. Mrs. Alice White, pauper
872. (Mrs. Mollie Dickert, pauper ...
873. Isaac.Cannon, pauper
874. Philander Cromer, roads and b
875. J. Y. Floyd, roads and bridges
876. Elliott Gallm^n, roads and bri(
k 877. T. P. Richardson, roads and br
878. J. B. Richards, roads and bridge
.879. W. C. Holder, chain gang
OOA T" XT HToc; o-no phRl'n P'RTI 5T.
b-881. W. J. Miller, chain gang
882. T. R: Campbell, cf'aain gang ...
8813. Joe M. McCollum, constable's s
684. Joe M. McCollum, coroner's cons
S85. F. A. Graham, roads and bridge
P 886. C. G. Johnson, constable's salar;
I 887. H. B. Richardson, constable's sa
} Moscow, it has been learned that
j Warsaw, even at that early date, had
. been denuded of virtually everything
j that might be useful to the Teutons.
| Factories had been stripped of their
! machinery and all war stores moved
into the interior of Russia, and the
government of the city left to the Polish
Tl e Russians also are preparing to
evacuate Riga in the north. The ar;
rival of the Germans ten miles south
~e o1t>o<i^v Vioo hoon tVip ranse
I UL LLL&l WICJ' ail tttuj uvvu ??
j of the civilian population departing,
j While expressing the fullest confi!
dence in tJ-ie future, the British milii
tary critics make no attempt to bej
little the achievements of the Teutons
| or the effect their success is likely to
; have in the near East and the West.
| Since early in Mav, when they
i started their great counteroffensive in
j western Galicia against tfte Russians,
' throuffh the
"UV " V4C o w
Carpathians on to the plains of Hungary,
the troops of the Germanic
I powers have cleared the Russians out
! of Galicia with the exception of a
j narrow strip of territory in the
Southwest, have recaptured Przemysl
and Lemberg, taken Lublin, Cholm
and Warsaw and are in military occupation
of virtually the whole of
Poland. What their .next mo-ve will
j be is a matter of conjecture. Some
military observers believe they will
continue to attack the Russians in the
hope of finally crushing them, a task
considered difficult by the fact that
the Russians in their retreat lay the
Others of tfre ob^-vers think Servia
will be attacked to impress the Balkan
states, while still others look for
a bis: offensive in the Wfest. All of j
the observers are of the opinion that
wherever the new -operation is begun
it will be on a big scale.
The Germans also tave had local
successes in the West, recapturing on
the crest of the line in the Vosges
a portion of the trenches which the
French took from tkem some time
'In the center of Kildine, an island in
^the German ocean, is a curious lak^.
The surface of its waters is quite fresh
and supports fresh water creatures,
but deep down it is as salt as the
greatest depts of the sea and salt water
fish live in it.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXATIVE
BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
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Plies Cared in '6 to 14 Days
7our druggist will refund money if PAZt.
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itchin,Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 day
The first application give- Ease aud Rest. 50
ns paid during the montfa of July, 1915.
and fees 15.80
890. A. G. Leitzsey, constable's sala
8yi. J. N. Siigh, roa^s and Driages
8yu. W. O. Senn, roaas and bridges
893. J. W. Sanuers, board ot asse;
894. D. C. Spearman, commutation
895. J. W. Sanders, roads and briai
&yt>. tK)uiware & Jtuair, roaas ana
897. Geo. iA. Epting, roads and b:
W. A. Neai ?jc s>on, cnam gange
byy. M. J. Smith, couniy home
9uu. U. L. ua. enport, constable s s
901. iXewberiy Hardware Co., cour
902. S. B. T. & T. Co., county Lorn
903. Lominick & Reign.ey, county
904. C. h,. Hutchinson, county home
905. C. L. Leitzsey, county nome .
906. v\ fest-Martin Co.. county homi
907. G. Y\ Boozer, county nome ..
Oao Klettner, county home ..
909. J. W. White, county home ...
91U. Joi.nson-McCrackin Co., couni
911. Mrs. 1. V. Smitn, roads and bri
912. P. B. Odell, roads and bridges
913. Hendrix & Blair, roads ana br
914. J. K. Jones, roads and bridges
915. Galion Iron Works and Mig. <
916. Newberry Machine Shop, roads
917. J. C. Sample Co., Sup., roads
918. Wm. Johnson & Son., roads an
919. C. L. Leitzsey, roads and brid;
920. C. G. Corley, ferry
921. W. S. Cook Mercantile Co., roa
922. Otto Klettner, roads and brid
923. Newberry Hardware Co., roads
924. J. M. Adams, roads and bridge
925. T. M. Sanders, roads and brie
926. Ewart-Perry Co., cnain gang
927. Otto Klettner, chain gang ...
928. W. S. Cook Mercantile Co., ch
929. W. J. Miller, chain gang
930. B. I. Hodge, chain gang
931. E. L. Rode.sperger & Co., d.ai
932. J. M. Nichols, chain gang ...
933. Bishop & Wihitlock, chain gan;
934. H. R. Pay singer, cnain gang..
394. H. R. Paysinger, chain gang..
935. Newberry Hardware Co., chai
936. McCullough Drug Store, chain
937. A. J. Holt, ci.ain gang
936. J. W. Parrott, chain gang
939. G. V. Boozer, chain gang ...
WO. Rikard & Long chain gan0
i?vprm Bros., chain sane:
942. C. E. Hutchinson, chain gang
9413. Lominick & Reighley, chain
944. Holloway Bros., chain gang .
945. L. W. Floyd, chain gang ....
946. S. W. Derrick, cha|Li gang ..
947. Newberry Hardware Co., repa.
948. Otto Klettner, public building!
949. S. B. T. & To. Co., public buil=
950. iWta. JoLnson & Son, office su-f
951. W. S. Cook Mercantile Co., pu
952. H. W. Schumpert, Supt., publ
953. Jno. L. ?pps, country treason
954; Dr. H. B. Senn, county physic
955. Dr. W. G. Houseal, county ph
956. Z. H. Suber, board of assessor
957. L. W. Floyd, board of assesso
958. C. G. Blease, expense
959. C. G. Blease, dieting
960. Dr. Jno. B. Setzler, lunacy ..
961. Dr. W. G. Houseal, post mortei
962. Dr. E. H. Moore, post mortem
963. C. C. Sehumpert, lunacy
964. Dr. C. M. Workman, lunacy .
965. Dr. J. H. Moore, lunacy
~ ~^ TT?n .. JnnortTT
L?r. w. \J. rxvuuttaj, iLULictv^
967. Summer Bros. Co., contingent
968. W. A. McSwain, Agent, conting
969. D. J. Griffith, Supt., continge
970. F. R. Hunter, Agent, continger
971. L. P. Miller, Jr., commutation
972. <H*. H. Ruff, commutation tax
973. Jake Singley, commutation tax
974. Observer Printing Co., printic
975. Herald and News Co., printir
976. Chas. P. Barre, Supt., office su
y i i. jd. yv. uaut:i , iuouc auu um?e
978. J. Bennett Dominick, roads an
979. J. W. White, repairs public bi
980. J. C. Sample, county supervise
981. L. C. Livingstone, county cornr
982. IE. S. Werts, salary
983. H. C. Holloway, salary
984. L. C. Livingstone, salary
985. J. W. Epting, salary
986. J. C. Sample, salary
1 tn-no calanv* *
?70 I UU.W. www* ;
988. Jno. C. Goggans, salary
989. D. J. Taylor, salary .
990. W. S. iMelton, salary
991. W. M. Dorroh, salary
992. F. M. Lindsay, salary
993. C. G. Blease, salary
994. Chas. P. Barre, salary
995. W. J. Miller, chain gang
996. Thos. R. Campbell, chain gang
997. T. H. Teague, d.ain gang
(\CiO TIT r>V?o in crO n <T
WO. V*. iiUiUCi, vuoiu
999. Elliott Gallman, roads and br
1000. Geo. W. Cromer, constable's e:
1001. R. E. Livingstone, roads and b
1002. M. J. Smith, county home *
lOOtf. J. N. Sligh, roads and bridges
1004. Geo. A. Epting( roaas ana Dm
1005. 0. H. Minick, roads and bridg
1006. Pat Boland, commutation tax
1007. A. (A, Sligh, chain gang
1008. C. C. MoCollum, commutation
1009. J. W. Epting, commutation tax
1010. George Richardson, commutat:
1011. Philander Cromer, cr.ain gang
1012. J. O. Johnson, roads and bridj
1013. J. C. Berry, commutation tax
1014. J. A. Suber, Jr., county home
1015. W. S. Mann, public buildings
1016. J. A. Sease, commutation tax
1017. J. Y. Floyd, roads and bridge:
1018. Sheely & Long, roads and bri<
miQ .T Mo.D. SchumDert. eommutat:
1020. David Long, reads ana bridges
1-021. J. R. Workman, coroner's cons
1022. Wade Eliesor, commutation ta:
1023. J. M. Adams, coroner's constat
1024. W. F. Howard, coroner's cons
1025. E. C. Bedenbaugh, constable's
1026. Otto Klettner, county home ..
1027. E. L. Rodelsnerger & Co., cou:
1028. G. V. Boozer, county home ..
1029. Swittenberg & Epting, county
1030. T. J. Wilson, roads and bridge
IAiOI T C-mi + Vi T-/-iO /) o o n r) hri/l(roc
X \JO 1 (J, V/. kJiUXlii) WUUO UiiU
1032. 'Holloway Bros., roads and br
1033. H. L. Si:eely. roads and bridge
lOi.^jk. W. S. Cook Mercantile Co., roa
1035. C. G. Corley, ferry
1036. Jalapa Mercantile Co., roads a
1037. J. M. Nichols, roads and bridg
1038. P. X. Boozer, roads and bridge
1039. W. E. DeHihns, ferry
1040. Ed Suber, ferry
1A^1 T HT A/lome -rno r? c a n H hrirf.Pr
1V11. O . 1U. ^LUaiXlO, X WiiU W* *v*0
1042. John Hill, ferry
1043. SWittenberg & Epting. roads a
1044. E. W. iWterts, roads and bridges
1045. G. M. Ladd, ferry
1046. J. C. Sample, county superviso
1047. Moseley Bros, roads and bridg
1048. J. B. Jones, chain gang
1049. E. L. Rodelsperger & Co., chai
1050. W. S. Cook Mercantile Co., ch;
irtni RifcnTvl & T^vne' rhain eane .
1052. H. O. Long, chain gang
1053. L. W. Floyd, chain gang
1054. G. V. Boozer, chain gang
& I i *
llO&fc Eikard & Long, cha^.n ??<]?& ..
1057. filler Brog. Co., chain gang ..
ry 12.50 f
ridges l.ou j
A UI 1 .
aiary . 12.50 !
lty aome 31.65 I
e 3.00 !
home 3y.30 j
. . * O.JU
[y home l.bu
idges 2.25 I
2o., roads and bridges 3.IK)
and bridges 9.45
and biages 8.36
d bridges 5.59
ids and bridges 8-2?
?es 4. o ,
; and bridges 115.40 |
es 2-3? 1
jo-es 20-69 |
s " 3.05 J
24 52 !
:ain gang 40.60
n gang 3.20
n gang 46.5j*
k o: !
irs to public buildings 25.25
5 ~ 3.95
blic buildings 3.50
ic buildings 20.94
er, office supplies .75
cn and lunacy 25.00
(for rural policemen) 64.50
;ent (official bond) 5.00
it (official bonds) 60.00
ig, etc 12.75
I? etr 9.50
d bridges 42.27
>r, roads and bridges 31.43
oissioner, roads and bridges 11.27
\ . 12.50
ion tax 3.00
. .i. .i 32.50
ion tax 3.00
; fees 1.00
nty home 3.50
ds and bridges 3.90
tnd bridges 2.42
nd bridges 70.30
r, roads and bridges 29.53
Y-? OTO Ti CT ^ 40
lin gang 14.00
M va iw
We have with us IV
pci i narness man
Any work left wit
C *1 1_ _*. _ 1...
Jc. ine pacKct or iv
cent at all the better s
with the peptop
to the flavor.
1058. E. C. Bedenbaugh, chain gang
ifi^Q HfncAiPv Rrns.. chain eane
1060. Geo. D. Barnard Co., books, etc
1061. 'Herald and 'News Co., printing, etc
1062. Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., offic
1063. Mayes Book Store, office supplies .
1064. Dr. W. D. Senn, county physician ..
1065. Jno. L. Epps, county treasurer, cour
1066. R. C. Neel, board cf assessors
1067. B. R. Long, board of assessors
1068. G. McD. Sligh, zoard of assessors .,
1069. C. G. Blease, dieting .../,
1070. C. G. Blease, expense
1071. C. G. Blease, automobile hire
1072. Dr. T. B. Woods, post mortem, luna<
1073. Dr. W. O. Holloway, post mortem .,
1074. Dr. ?F. D. Mower, lunacy
1075. Dr. Jno. B. Setzler, lunacy
1076. -Dr. O. B. Simpson, lunacy
1077. Dr. W. A. Dunn, post mortem, lunac
1078. Dr. T. W. Smith, lunacy
1079. Dr. J. H. IMoore, lunacy
1080. Dr. W. G. Houseal, lunacy
1081. C. C. Schumpert, lunacy
1082. E. W. Werts, contingent (chaingang
1083. Spearman & Wallace, contingent (o
1084. Ryan Fellers, commutation tax .
1085. C. M. Folk, commutation tax
1086. Mrs. Willie Matthews, commutation
1087. \V. 'H. Lominick & Son, county hom<
1088. W. H. Lominick & Son, cibain gang
H. C. Hollowa-y Clerk, etc.
'Statement snowing mmiivhu <;i
year 1915 as it appeared at the end of the
1. Salaries county officers
2. Salaries magistrates, constables, fees..
3. County home, paupers, pensioners
4. Road, bridges, terries
5. Chain gang
6. Repairs public buildings
7. Books, stationery, printing
8. Contingent expenses for public buildi
and county offices
9. County physicians
10. County board of education
11. (jourt expenses
12. Board of assessors, etc
13. Sheriff, incidentals, dieting
14 Post mortems and lunatics
15. Insurance public buildings
16. Interest on loans
17. Contingent and miscellaneous
18. Commutation tax
r v. r;r . SL
, Homrwosr. CJerk, etc.
JL >jkpqvco: ?Eugeiie S. W4rts^ County iA.<ud
Ir. Price, an exc?
? ?* m EJ A?% AIM
>ci aim ivcpaii
:h us will have
K' .MR TM
p -*1K * Tfl
" mB* j?^ffi? .
tiSuKfr '.wOP-' s^hB
; Gum Jf
vo "Bobs" for a
;tands and stores.
' heart of
e supplies 7.53
U ... 8.95
- - - 9.00
' , 40.00
, 1914) 3.4Sfficia.1
.V.. . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 22.23
. C. Sample. County Supervisor. ^
>ndition of appropriations for the
month of July, 1915:
Appropriations. Allowed, -balance
...$ 8,665.00 $5,000.83 $3,664.17
... 2,500.00 1,283.35 1,216.65
... 3,000.00 . 1,679.00 1,321.00
... 10,000.00 6,854.80 3,145.20
... 7,000.00 5,045.68 1,954.32
750.00 243.76 506.24
750.00 292.11 457.89
T 2,000.00 1,039.60 960.40
200.00 . 57.00 143.00
.. 2,500.00 1,025.55 1,474.45
450.00 433.30 16.70
.. 1.800.00 1.259.97 540.03
450.00 182.75 267.25
... 2,250.00 1,833.69 416.21
... 2,500.00 1,757.09 742.91
... 1,944.00 1,000.19 943.81 u
f&. Sample,, Count* Supervisor. *.