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ABXENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, KKPTHMHKR 22, 1010.
-ISSUED BY- THE FARMEIt'8 PROFITS. To produce this year's crop of wheat required a permanent plant of 48,000,000 acrei of land, an outfit The Reflector Publishing Co, I of building, machine, Implements . . jas: , anij fertilizers and the usual motive Entered as socond class vail accessories of anlmel. and men. In at tna postoinoe at ADiiene, ui. OFFICIAL I'APER OF VICKINHON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2J, 1M0. addition to this permanent Ipvest ment, the American farmer has had to make a sacrifice of about two bushels of seed to the acre; total, this year, 94,000,000 bushels, at say 76 cents a bushel, or at the most, republican TICKET, 172,000,000. If the crop of winter Qoftnvt .,.. W. R. gtaeto L inWnv anwn wheat ahnuld imnunt Unl, Smrin B. i. Hoakla " """" . " , hmtirr of II.,..VUII Bumm to S76.UVU.UUU DUfneis, lue lariuer : : : : : : : : : . : : : : . : 4SSi km have raised h busheu to me Atioraer General lohm i. Dawaoa acro. or .even bushels to one bUSUBl state priaier w. v. Aaatiaisown; these figures being merely bp Sr.". rSSEF' w.c! AuTia proilmatlve and only employed for Hallroad CanaiUuiloacni Jata T. Wklia, purposes of illustration. J.t7ci.7 's.mtu Portai, . . West. Let It be assumed that In order Car ..-.., ruth Met Hi r. Bee. t0 Dur.h,e his $72,000,0000 worth li, 'w. Kiaa of seed wheat, the farmer had to '.'.y.r'nmh a. oraia borrow money from the bankers at ' b v 19 oer cen Pr i"""""- Tllat lo0K, Hra. a. c. Aadenaa I like usury,' doesn't It? But instead HeareeeBtntlve. uauatr tilera,.,., Treaaarev Oaamty Attoraer, Probata Jadge... Sk.ritf tauter strict Clark... Saaarlataadaat. . Rwrvayav " ,w I t..,..lratna thA hankar'a ninta. gieea iu.na" M. A. Joiiey l.nnnn.o ws examine the farmer s uiak aaaoVira'aiaaa'i'A. v. Jeweit, o. beam. For every bushel of seed U. r.aad.a. V. iu, Maaaall. ksot in oanta ha rata aamn bush. i i n. n ami wv v , o els 01 prouuci at a oonur m uuauoi. aw . (jyj Absolutely Pure The only baking powder mad from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar THE DEMOCRATIC TEXT BOOK. That is not merely the bankers "us- The campaign book Issued by theluij" of 10 per cent, but the farmer'i National Democratic Congressional "profit" of more than nine for one committee will proves a disappoint- or over ninety times as much as 10 ment to citizens who have desired to per cent, So let us drop the mis- be Informed upon the Democratle at- leading term of "usury" and talk titude on' national Issues and to se-1 plain sense. ,' ... , cure In some compact form the fig- If, after; this year's product Is all urea and arguments upon which the sold and. the proceeds are safely de- Democrats propose to make their posited In tHe farmer's local bnk. congressional campaign. lot which la many Instances be la The campaign book comprised CIS himself the organizer and proprle- pages of extracts from the "Congres- tor, a superior seed were offered to llonal Record." This makes fori him at the same price of 75 cents a economy in a way, is the committee bushel, with an equal assurance of can send the book o'lt under the yielding not merely 14 but 28 bushels frank of any member of Congress, to the acre, double as much, would bi t the voter (hlrsllog foi inform.- it not pay him to borrow the money t on cr arguments finds It Impossible for next year's seed wheat, at say ti r.tiempt to get definite or accurate 20, 80, 40 or even 100 per cent per la-'ructlon from the dicumont. The annum; and It be neglected to do si'tetnre, for the most part were dc- ao, would It not pay the bankers to 'iverwd while appropriation and other turn farmers and raise the wheat Ill's were pending ini many of the themselves! Of course It would. Let evils decried against by the speakers us figure. were eliminated before the bills were This year the farmer paid for seed nassed. To that extent the arguments and Interest 179,200,000 and re- advanced in the speeches are m's cetves for his. crop $675,000,000. leading. Next year he would pay for hli seed, The committee draws no conclu- with 6 per oont nterest $144,. lions, offers no declaration of prln- 000,000 and would receive for his clples or remedy for existing condi- crop $1,350,000,000; profit, less cost tlons. The book, as a whole, simply 0f labor, freight and supertntendance, represents a Democratic note of pro-1 11.206,000,000. And If the Amerl- test almost of the muckraking varl-can farmer were willing to pay 100 etv. It does not contain a construct- Der cent for the use of $72,000,000 'tve line, and as a vote getting propo- 0f capital, would this not certainly sltlon might as well not have been tend to stiffen the general rate for Issued. I money throughout the country? WATCH FOB THEM. The king of grafters, the steel range peddler, has been working Har vey county the past tew weeks, and New York Is Jealous. It sent out despite the continual warning given a story of a $220,000 defalcation Dy the papers, It is said several tarn- yesterday. . tiles have been roped In by the slick ' i i - - , . fellows. : No, Ballna, you are wrong. Abl- The Journal does not believe much lene does not expect to keep in the ln aliment or preaching 'stand by limelight forever. your home merchant" ln connection I with n i-h matters. If vou can let Here, arithmetic, class! If cotton . ,h Is 13 cents, how much costs suit of ohance, we y0H wonW be Ju,tlfIe(, ,n woolen clothesf ki. f .nm. rmrtHW But ou George Helverlng may as 'well n't. The guarantee of the local quit. He did not show up at the neater is wono mora w ,uu u.u ... Old Settlers' reunion and that Is ln- the slick argument some.stranger can excusable In a candidate. P" P- kni have ou ulked the n ... i stove business over witn your neign- Abilene had an Idea that Flack Dor the local merchant? It's ten to was Indolent. Events have proved 0ne that he will save you money, any- 1910 must be Abllene's Jonah year. Everything seems to have broken loose this season. that be was the busiest man in town. Thus do appearances deceive us. way. Of trourse he pays taxes, neips out your schools, buys your produce. ..,ih ,h.t U'W P to helD mRke od r0id nd . . ... .r.n Interested In seeing you do well and first person singular to first person . . . . v .. . ;(t ,. . . the community prosper. That ought lilurai, do wuuiu iiuu ,um ius wuu.w. band sounds better than any single Instrument. THE STRUGGLE FOR GOODNESS. By Prof. Raymond A. Schwegler, De partment of Education, University of Kansas. The air is full, at the present, of a cry for goodness, public, private, political, financial, social, what not. Everybody has become Interested ln everybody else's goodness, and the flrBt impulse is to ruch to the cham bers of law and to write on new tab lets of stone not ten laws, but ten thousand, "Thou ahalt not." Laws we must have, repressive laws, "necessary evils" for protection against evils and against the propaga tion of evils that are not to be en dured. And yet law has never made one soul whiter or one life tweeter, or one child stronger. Goodness Is not the result of repression, tor repres sion Is mother of sullen defiance and of midnight orgies and hidden sins. The crop that grows from negative legislation Is new badness; the first growth of weeds cut down only lets ln the sun on what may be the seods o another badness that springs up forthwith, a badness worse oftlmes than that crop we expunged, It Is easier to legislate than our selves to do. The Pharisee shouts In thunder tones "Thou ahalt not" and then sits ln smug content, pro claiming brimstone for a wayward world. "First the beam, then the mote" is still a good rule, though hoary with two thousand yeara of use. Badness is only part of the blind, ignorapt atruggle for the larg. er, richer lire, ine neeaea ining is not repression. Your neighbor Is hungering 'for avenues of expression that shall bring him at the end the thing he hungers for, the larger, rich. er life Instead of that which badness always brings, pain, agony, and also so often, deeath. For herein after all lies the chasm between your good- nets and my badness, that your goodness leads' toj action the end of which Is larger, aweeter, rioner lire, while my badness leads to action the fruit of which is life sordid, mean, and little, till at the end in hopeless ness It dies. The great hungry world has not need of your scorn of Its badness; tt needs the example of your goodness. The crying opportunity of the. hour Is the Injection of human goodness, transfused with the rich red blood of human sympathy and compassion Into the affairs of the highway and byway. The little child at your knees, the prankful boy on the street, the Idler, Lawrence World: That Maine went Democratic Js not surprising considering the seeds of discord that have bees sown broad cast over the eouatry during the past two rears The system of protective tariff which the people had come to believe was essential to the prosperity of the country was assailed by those pro fessing to be Republican's, and Re publican measures and officials were held responsible for the high cost of living. Maine has gone Demo cratic and many other states will go the same way before the Republicans are able to roll up the majorities of former times. The World will admit that there may have been some de gree of error In the party, but It be lieves that the. Republlcan'party has been nearer right during the pas' fifty years than any other party and that Its principles are sound.' It also believes that the party has been tetrayed by those whom It had hon ored and that the attack will put the party In a secondary position until the people awake to their tolly. In taking this stand the World does not deem It necessary to defend such men as Aldrlch ; and Guggenheim whose cupidity has been respomlble for present conditions. The tmible has been ln the utter lack of dis crimination resulting ln the slaughter of good men along with the bid A JOKE ON T. R. The Osborne Farmer calls atten tion to a mild joke on T. R. and the governor f The Joke seems to be oh Theodore and Walter Roscoe. A time back there was a big- celebration at Osawatomie. The-celebration prlmar. Ily was Inspired by the desire to dedi cate the field of Osawatomie as a park. There was a hurrah about the dedication (buslness when the cele bration was planned. Colonel Roone- velt was Invited and the governor and all of the progressive lights wont down to meet him when he came. The whole of two days was devoted to speech making and' the enunciation of principles. The tariff, conserva- Foot Hurt? A picture of misery Is the man , with uncomfortable ill fitting shoes. .-. i If your feet hurt if the Joints are tender and sore Its your shoe man's ' fault " .. ' J ' Here's relief, we have comfortable shoes made for feet like yours nd made to fit all over not just in Come ln and try on a pair. t i, - Try our Repair Depart ment., J JS 93.00 and 3.50 Brown Block Abilene, Ks. DAVIS B. Lawton, aid for July 9.60 E. Elwlck. aid for July. 8.00 lira. Oeo. Swlck, aid for July.. 10.00 J. Taylor, aid for July 12.00 E, Orlmeaon, aid for July 10.00 T. J. Foley. Dalntlnar brldireg. rreignt , ,, l4.tb B. Jeffcoat. anlary.. ....... . 41.65 H. W. Klnir, salary 117.30 H. A. King-, salary.. 66.66 E. L. Morae. salary. 88.33 P. W. Morse, salary, .......... . ISO. 00 M. P. jimlMer.- salary 1 months 200. Center Townshln. merchandise for poor . . , B.73 Adam Barger, care uoard and room for poor . . ; Smith A Knuth, drugs to poor M. Qlelssner, merchandise -to ooor L. E. Jeffcoat. overseeing; poor James Mitchell, merchandise to poor Dr. C. A. Roberts, service to poor 110.00 John J. o Brten, processional ser vice 13. ou Dr. M. W. Forward, orofesslonal service ?i.n" 10.00 1.00 2.4K 6.00 2. SO t'nn railroad mt lahor race aui.' J- w- Henderson, overseeing poor 16.00 t.on, ranroaq raies, laoor, race sui-Ab. M ..., . c 0l. merchan dise to poor s.ov be able to bring tome low priced furs, i the totlworn, the calloused and hoi- 'jewels, and laces, while the great body clde, the science of war, the dove of peace, English song birds, the hook. worm, patriotism and all of the other tremendous and vital issues were free ly and frankly discussed. But, un fortunately, the battlefield was not dedicated as a park. There was a lot of talk, but no dedication business. The colonel and the governor clean forgot why they were there. The result Is' that the G. A. R. will have to take up the matter and do It, all over again, Mr. Roosevelt will not be Invited to participate. Men who can be trusted to do the work will be assigned to the task. THE WAR UPON SMUGGLERS. In old times smugglers were out law folk, who hid In caves by day, and who risked their lives by night to land contraband booty ln dangerous harbors, under the guns of the vigi lant revenue officers. Usually they died young. . .' Today, fee smugglers, against whom our customs officers have con ducted so vigorous a campaign the past summeer, are directors of onr leading social clubs and business cor porations. O'len they sit In thd front seats at" church. We may condemn them privately, .but the major.t) of us are eectetly pleased if they give us a lift in their automobiles going down town. There may be two opinions on the Justice ind fairness of the duties im posed. But it is not fair that Mrs. Newlyrlch, with the run evry year of the Paris boulevard shops, should Leidle-h A Havens Lorn. Co., coal to poor 7.40 W. O. Steen, County Examining - . Board .- 24.00 J. A. Setnpsroat, county examln- Inlng hoard 24.00 Canton Tda Co. bdtr. material 370.00 Oeo. H. Bleaart. nails for brides 8.00 Wm. Brnrkmeler, labor on brlda-e 29.00 Union Township, lumoer tor brlda-es 14.80 Hawley Lumber Co., lumber for brlda-es 28. SO Westrup Lumber Co., bridge ma- torl.l 84.80 Badger Lumber Co., Hope, bridge material to count for something. When one comes to think it over, the right thing to do with the stove peddler Is Although the Insurgents carried to gently but firmly tell hint to drive Wisconsin, New Hampshire and Mich- on. Newton Journal lgan Uncle Joe still . persists that their band wagon Is only the dump cart. Prise for answer. Why Is Flack like Jeffries? - , Clnaa race between Boston and St. School enrollment increases. Of Louis for fourth city. Which B wins, course one crop never falls. Tleana or Beer? ' i Headline in toe paper: - Kooseveit The Vermont Republican majority h,d nothIn. to ..... Bet lt ,, . Date was wnittiea aown so per cent ui (aeno0(j the little rain drops were a more potent foe then such vestiges of the Wh dld th R.DUbic.n 0i,t. Democracy aa survive among , me (WB overlook such a burning issue Green mountains. (aa the white alave trlfftc? Do yeu suppose George Hodges Is really fooled and thlnka he eaa be elected? He aeems too smart tor that Why should the house of represent atives of Kansas have all Its com mittees appointed by the speaker? Why should not the senate select Its own committees? If lt Is wrong for the united States congress why The Hutchinson fair had 135,000 la It right for Kansaa legislature to admieslons and the Topeka fair 75 have a one man power? o00. Here Is where Topeka finds lout who's who and what's what la Yoa think there la fun In Kansas now. Just yon wait until the Ini tiative and referendum law la in ef fect and see the the state fair business. low-eyed, the wearer of pearls and purple and be who covers nakedV neas with rags they all stretch their hands plteously to you and me and every man. The world' J great bitter crying need la not the scornful fimrl i-f law, "Thou sbslt not," out the gi-i tla persuasion of a thousand lives that incarnate goodness, and by doing preach the gospel of the blgser life. In one respect we must give John resubmissions puck credit he did not attempt to start a camplgn for another vote on ,j0(jge his taxes. Last March he the prohibitory amendment and the turned Id $12,430 worth of personal laws enforcing 1L They have been property, Including $10,475 la aooes waiting twenty five years for a chance lnd mortgagee, that he did not own. and there will be one of the most However, this Is about the only fta sircHirg affairs ever pulled eft whon iact tranaactloa to his credit that It doet come. has SDDtsred ' This Is taken from an advertise-. ment but it is worth reading as show lng what a busy world this Is: The first train on what Is now the New York Central Lines and one of the first to run la America waa oper ated In 1831 from Albany to Bcbneo tady17 miles. ' Today sixty-seven paaaenger trains and tundreds of freight trains between New York, Boston and Montreal on the eaat, and Chicago, St. Louis and Cincinnati on the west, serve the public daily over thla same bit of road, with propor tionately good service over all Its 13.000 miles ot railway. Is 1831 the equipment consisted ot the primi tive Da Witt Clinton engine and three crude carriages operated over cruder rails and roadbed by two men and a boy. To serve its public today, the New York Central Lines pay $95,000,000 annually te 135. ill em ployees, while 175,000, 000 more Is expeaded for supplies nereesary to maintain a sen Ire using I, (Of Boa ster locomotives and 110,11$ pas senger and freight cars. of middle class and working people must pay the same price plus a high duty. And Uncle Sam's income could be Increased by a. fair payment of customs. The neighborhood southwest of town seems to have some good WMLH',h7p of road making aa well of social en joyment. The roada aouthwest of the river bridge are like boulevards graded and dragged. From town to the bridge the road would disgrace Arkansas. Welsch Mf. Co.. supnllen.. Health-McCormlck Pub. Co. sup plies J. W, Howe, supplies'.. i . ,. C. L. Hubbard ft Co.. surnllesl. Reflector Pub. Co.. supplies.... SI TT. Haffa. surrolleg Union Electrlo Co., supplies.... J. R. Young, exn.nSes J. R. Young, laundry for Jail.. J. R. Young, cash paid for clean ing fall J. R. Young, attending Jail J. R. Young, delivering primary ballots 3. R. Touitg. boarding prisoners W. H. Elcholts Co., burial of flotd DUckwall Bros., mercnanaise county farm W w. Davis. sbos county farm Davidson A Hmith, merchandise county farm Abilene Mercantile Co., merchan dise county farm. .-. T Harding, freight and drayage Trnnk Pennington, labor at poor farm Kugler A Teopfer, merchandise county rarm Mo. A Kansaa Telephone Co., phone service T J. Mnrphv, expense B. F. Nelson, merchandise to poor .- - - Reflortnr Publishing Co., county printing L. P. MoKee, Judge and returns primary ti. h. i neney, juuk t, Center David Mast, Judge Wlllowdiale- Center laor Hidings, clerk Wlllowdale- Conter R. Davis, clerk TVI!lowdale-Cen- ter ;,- t wood. Judge, returns, mileage Frank Huhbard, Judge, returns Hertngton W. J. Burton, Judge 2na waro Herlngton Robert McCi.llougb, clerk 2nd ward, Herlngton Robert Sutherland, clerk 2nd ward Herlngton E. Palmer, Judge, returns, and A. Hill. Jud Lyon townshln p Sranlan, Judge Lyon town ship M. H. Brehler, clerk Lyon town- shlo Chas. Dobson, Judge............ 8-00 W. C. Backer, Judge 8 00 E. S. Dunnett, clerk..., 1. 00 H. Parmenter, clerk 3.00 S. W. Tobey, Judge and returns S.40 j. o. nay, juage 3. 01 E. P. Westrun. fudge J. O. Edwards, clerk J. H. Holion, clerk J. T. Holie, Judge and returns Ridge W. W. Davidson, Judge r. H. Rogers, Judge W. H. Koohenower. clerk John Herr, clerk 3-00 f rank f'lsner, judge and returns 4.00 Tneo. sanquist. Judge... 3. 00 a. j, Anderson, junge Wm. Polster, clerk , ... .. Melvln Rmeltz. clerk -. ; C. C. Tllton. Judge and returns Detroit M. E. Schneider, Judge N. P. Rugh. Judge T f. Dnlon, clerk.,. D. W. Taylor, clerk...,.'. H. J. Eubanks, Judge and returns Clyde Meek, Judge, ,. Adoinh rjfeiler. Judge W. H. Curtis, clerk Harry Wllklns, clerk.......... Lewis Kroenlg, Judge and returns A. J. Weber, judge. .1.00 3,00 3.00 (.00 J.OJ i 00 3.110 8.00 3-00 3.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 8.00 3.00 6.40 8.00 3. no 8.00 i.00 o.so 8.00 L. A. Schlesener, Judge , . 3-00 13.70 7.00 ,.' J. - i.00 s.20 9.00 1 0.1" 6.00 12.00 81.00 97. 44.00 60.00 8.J4 0.76 2.55 SO 5.05 1.75 1 8.32 2.15 4.54 .10 300.75 3". 00 8.00 3.00 3 .00 S.70 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 (.80 8.00 C. Knndt. clerk Wm. Klelnschmldt, clerk W. .T. Fenn, Judge and returns WHIowdale Geo. Bowyer, Judge w, r. Fulton, Judge McGlnnta, clerk ,. , M. E. Whltnev, clerk Wm. WaWstradt, Judge and re turns Hayes W. B. Wood. Judge Wm. Hoffnall. Judge O. C. Boyce, clerk .. 3 00 Ed. Peel, clerk , 3 00 b. f. rjiacxweiaer, judge ana re turns , n....... .T. C. HaMHlar. Indira ' : j i. . . . . Howard McOertv, Judge,,. . ,'. 8.00 .toe Homager, clerk,..,.;,?'. 8 ,00 win nassier, clerk. ;i ,t, .. S. H. Weaver, Judge and returns Flora t ,f 1. o. Selev. Judge.....,' ., ,ij.t w. v. uramer, judge:.,.,.,,,.. 3.00 8.00 5.0ft 3.00 8.01) 3.00 3.00 1 5.30 3.00 3.00 .I0 8.00 3.0 C. O. Flora, clerk. r-orter ntroner, deck . . J. P. FJnn, Judge . and returns Banner ...?...,.... Frank Gardner, Judge, J. A. Sterling, Judge.. ., ,.t . , . . . W. T. Hacker, clerk. . ,.. , Edgar Monlnger, clerk.. C. H. Hartman, Judge and return Smlh. Judge Hutchinson, Judge .10a Rver, clerk Ed. Rohrer, clerk.. Dave Myers, Judge and return..'- L. A. Rees, Judge.-; flforsteller. Judge P. B Brvson. clerk F. Dower, clerk Wm. Blunderfleld, Judge and return Clarence Stoffer, judge B. Ramsey, Judge J. S. Vnndersen, clerk V. B. Rurdlck, clerk John Simpson, judge and return :oo 3.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 (.00 3.00 8.00 3.00 8.00 6.40 3.00 8.00 8 00 9.00. 5.30 3.00 8.00 3.00 3.00 6.2ii 3.00 8.00 ' 3.00 3.00 The Topeka Capital la knocking on T. R. Will the Hon. Capital please explain why? Col. Roosevelt was Introduced on hie western' trip as the greatest man in the world. Thla could not have happened during the foot ball sea son. BILLS ALLOWED. By hp Board of County Commlssioa- era at their regular meeting held Aug ust L 8. 4 and S. li: T. W. Morse, scalp bounties.... 10 05 IT. Waring, P. M., etamtw 17.44 Wells Fargo Esarea. express. J.fS American Kxprens, expraaa.... 8.41 P. Perrlll. xprea r. rV Kxpreaa. exnreaa.-. ...... . .40 Ledlah Harens Lumber Co. building lumber I3 " L. K Jrlfroat, Irene, to poor.. I I' .lark Lord, labor, county farm.. I M Hrnry Mober, rent to poor.... 4.0 Mr.. A P. Soahr, rent to poor.. 25 OS Krah Buckles, aid lor July.... 4 Mm Hi-cr. aid for quarter.... " tl SVrndt. aid for quarter.. 1 " Tune S.-eiii.n. aid for J-iiy.... K. L. Cloud, aid for July It w. Kandt, clerk Lyon town- J. V. Jonee, Judge ana return mlleege -a; " " ' ' P A. Probasco( Judge Hnermsn T" w Semnson, Judge Sherman H V. Wilson, clerk Sherman M.' T4 Kherhord. clerk Sherman A. r. vr.ntrup, Judge and return mileage rek OAstPrralch judge A. J. Brown. Judge..... r Kchler. clerk Liberty...... Fid M"nenmayer, clerk J. A. Carnenter, Judge and re turn mileage Wm. Entrlken. Judge.... r Andy Shlrack. Judge.. John Marka Jr., clerk t?A rv,rmack. clerk Geo. K. ehockey, Judge and re Oeo. Isaltt, Judge Andy Walker, ciera. . . . . . . . D Ok Landla, Judge ana returns John Fiedler. Judge Wm- Sterner, clerk Kelly Allen, junga U Geauque Judge, returna H. A. Holder, clerk n tff-ntlniiah. rlprk - n. P. Fenton, Judge and returna. J. D. Sodan. Judge tohn Hoon. junge. Frank Van Iwrn, clerk Tom Curry, clerk .......... F V. Close. Judge and returns - J. P. Brlllhart, Judge J B. Edwards, Judge John CM: clerk. ...... . L. Van Oatrand. clerk.. Henrr Paul, Judge and raturna 8. M Inter, Judge John lhr. Judge....- r-ha. Klckermen. Clerg p. . Proranoe, ciera. ....... . 1 A. Buy. Jnoge r." J. O fMrk, lodge... G W. Eilgeman. Juore w U.rfr,ir-I. riei. ...... 8.00 8.00 3 0(1 6 SO .en 3.o 80 8.00 6. ' 3.00 3 3.00 3. SO 'fi on 3 .00 S.AA 9 en 3.00 . . .O0 t (Ml tt 8 en 3 l." J. 00 k.eo 4. en 3 0 3.00 8. en I en 4 on s.ea 3.00 3.00 S.sn 4.7 3 ee 3 3 8 ee 4.sn 3. os 9.1(1 I (l 8.- 4 ft 70 . Wm. Lewis, Judge 8.00 r lodire 9 aft J. W. Bradshaw, clerk , u!ou J. 8. Morgan, clerk ?.00 D. S. Clark. Judge and return... 00 J. W, Sauer, Judge 3.00 Frank Chase, judge ?.00 H. K. Elcholtz, clerk. , f.00 W. A. Hnlder, ctsrk....... . . .- 3.00 B. C. Crary, Judge and return.. c7n E. M. Blachley, judge ,. f.00 W. E. Davis, Judge 7.00 A. A. Hart, clerk r , ".00 F. H, Schmidt, clerk 3.00 J. P. Feneel, Judge and return.. 3.70 Aug. Kandt, judge...., 3.00 M. Dougherty, judge 3.0O . John Davis, clerk 3.00 Bert Gould, clerk ' 8.00 T. J. Folev, -Judge and return.. 6.20 C. A. Scherer, judge ' 3.00 Evans Eaglen. Judge 8.00 J. P. Perrlll, clerk 8.00 A. !. Diets, clerk 8.00 J. H. Brlghtblll, Judge and return 4.00 - G. W. Pchrlener. Judge 8.00 Ches. Pendergast, Judge 8 00 .1. T. Rexroat, clerk 8.00 Roy Forney, clerk 8.00 H. E. Nichols. Judge and return S.OO Oeo. Medley. Judge 8.00 W. H. King, Judge., 3.00 D. D. Chance, clerk. 3.00 James Mltchel, clerk 8 00 C. O. Fink, judge and return.... 4.00 8 Weber. Judge 8 00 , W. J. Miller, Judge 3.00 fsaac Kaufman, clerk 8 00 Raymond Fair, clerk 3.J0 Ira L. House, Judge and return S so Adam Ralr.nr. Judge 3.00 John Elsenhower. Judge J 0 Ft, 1. Logan, ciern..... ' W. F. Glider, clerk .. Heath, McCormlck Pub. Co, 14 ballots JJ.S Badrer Lumber Co- coal county Jail 17.SS 23.SS 14.8 Badger Lumbe'r Co.. merchandise county farm Badger Lumber Co.. Bierc'iandlae oounty farm 8. H. McCullough. canTawin board r r tPw Mnvaulnfl hoard.... r." w". Peterson, canvassng t--ard The Relector rua. to, wi. etc M Heath, McCormlck Pun. Co, Bal ance oa H ballota. ......... . Joha P. Qulnn. Ptate va. r.. John P. (Julnn, Slate va. H. . v; h." winiira Ji R. Young, State ra. Freed.... t. a.4 ( 0 4 OS !5 ! !S 38 16 St.te nf Kansas. "i" iZ, H. w. e-'.nf- '' -J-k;h" rrl countr, tstate oi ceru . . ..... ,.. rrrn nf Is a true and correct list f a "e bllla allowed by he Board of ooumy - 1st. 3rd. 4lh and Sin, 1M0 county Cietk.