TIIE'RICiniOXD PALLADIUM AND SU-TElEGR A3f , WED!TESD AY, JAXUART 13, 1909.
News and Gossip of the Surrounding Towns
Greensfork, Ind., Jan. 13. The lec
ture on r "local option" delivered by
Rev. Hill Sunday afternoon at the M.
E. church was well attended.
E. B. Reynolds of Hageretown was
in town Monday.
Mrs. Sue Gaylor has returned to
Richmond after a short visit with rela
Mr. and 'Mrs. Vert Sheffer of Wil
liamsburg were visiting relatives here
Mrs., ChariesaCrump is spending a
few days with her sister Mrs. Hoover
Samuel Turner of Fountain City de
livered a load of poultry here Satur
day. Prof. MarkJe spent Saturday and
Sunday at htswhome at Webster.
The funeral services of William
Johnson were held at the M. 'E.
church Monday afternoon. The ser
vices were conducted by Rev. Cyrus
Baldwin, andMnterment at the ceme
tery south of town. The deceased
wag fk years did, he was a former
resident ofthis Rlace. The pall bear
er w,ere Jeoge Nicholson, Samuel
Kanofter, William Hatfield. William
Bprd, George Eeh. and Oliver Cook.
Hamilton ' Wiliwns or near wii-liamswurt-
was tfctnsacting business
Mlse Louise Milllkan ot New Castle
has retuvned- home after a visit with
Mice Iuclle - Jones. ;
Mies Maria Undevhill departed Moa.
day for a visit with her sister Mrs.
Lizsle Floyd at St. AugUBtine, Fla.
She will remain until April.
Ateoeo Harris made a business trip
to Riehmond Monday.
The meetings which are In progress
at the M. E. church conducted by Rev.
Spectrin are .progressing nicely. Day
servtoea were held Tuesday afternoon.
Ora Wise delivered a load of poul
try for John Martindale to Linting
ft Co., at Centerville Monday. -'
Miss Blanche Kerr la spending the
week in Indianapolis.
Commissioner Barney Linderman
made a business trip to Richmond
Mrs. Orville Hoover ha returned
from' a visit with relatives at Center
John Bailey wast transacting busi
ness at Hagerstown Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Asher Chamness of
Williamsburg attended the funeral of
William Johnson here Monday.
Paul Lewis of Williamsburg spent
L?;-"day tr-e g.uest of friends here.
There pre a number of school chil-
ipi ?iff.?ring from cold and sore
r r. w. v-
Xeff and family enter-
nd Mrs. George Hill
" tiivday and Sunday.
-J. Jan. IS. The
v;;s:,!onary society of
- ;H meet on Thurs
r x t'a ? residence of Mrs.
'r'l oni:is' .1. Clevenger
v re day for the Rev.
i Mr. and Mrs. John
I r. c ad Mrs. Lindley
Dublin, Ind., Jan. 13. Mr. and Mrs.
Hastings of Cambridge City attended
meeting at Friends church Sunday
and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Char
Miss Ltnnie Harvey of Greenfield
has returned home after a pleasant
visit with Mrs. Martha Comit south
of town and her grandson Sanky
Woolfy of Indianapolis who is here
with his grandmother.
Mrs. John Marshall of a Cambridge
City was the guest of her aunt Mrs.
Sarah Roberts Sunday.
Mr. Will Hatfield of Richmond vis
ited his uncle B. Y. Hatfield and fam
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Cox of Anderson
visited friends here.
Otes and Harry Walters spent Sun
day here with their parents.
Miss Allie Jay is on the sick list
this week from a cold which setted on
Mr. and Mrs. George Brown have re
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hook
er, a girl, name Alice Elizabeth.
Will A. Jay of near Straughn was
in to see his sister Allie.
To Ailing Women
A Little Sound Advice Will Help Many
;" a 8ufferer in Richmond.
No- woman can be healthy and well
if the kidneys are sick. Poisons that
pass off in the secretions when the
kidneys are well, are retained in the
body when the kidneys are sick. Kid
neys and bladder become inflamed
and swoBen and worse troubles quick
ly follow. This is often the true
cause of bearing down pains, lame
ness, backache, sideache. etc. Uric
poisoning also causes headaches, diz
zy spells, languor, nervousness and
When suffering so, try Doan's Kid
ney Pills, a .remedy that cures sick
kidneys. You will get better as the
kidneys get better, and health will
return when the kidneys are well. Let
a Richmond woman tell you about
Doars Kidney Pills.
Mrs. Augusta A. Smith, Earlham
College, Richmond, Ind.,. says: "I -had
kidney complaint and was in a gener
al run down condition. , The kidney
secretions were - - distressing and
scanty In passage . and often a brick
dust sediment was noticeable in them.
Several years ago I began - using
Doan's Kidney Pills and they benefit
ed me so greatly that I have no hesi
tation in recommending them to per
sons similarly afflicted."
For sale' by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agent for the United
States! " v V '". '
Remember the nameDoan'sand
take no other
" "'.v b:i.1 Mrs. George
'"v.nbi'dgc Ci 3r were
' '3 week cf Mrs. James
vwd has purchased the
Matilda Smoker south of
l - bcr -''io:u
W. X Ctr '
The Hp worth league will give a
poverty social", in the lower rooms
of the M. E. church on Friday evening.
An interesting program will be pre
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dunbar left on
Tuesday to visit relatives at Nobles
vllle and Thorntown.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home entertain
ed, at dinner on Sunday Mr, and Mrs.
Howard Middleton of Spartanburg
and Mrs. Jalta W. Early and Mr. B.
Ms I want to ear the weed v-a s-e.
fMtt know whether to say
whs or vawse.
Ton might take a hint
nt gtrh She simply speaks ef
Ml ir iinaU as "them there." Lot
"Dr. .Miles' Heart Remedy has
cured me of heart disease of
over 20 years' standing. . I was
so bad that I could not do my
work, and could scarcely draw
a full breath without fainting or
smothering. The doctor told me
he could do.no more for me:
- then I commenced- taking the
Heart Remedy. I . shall never
forget that night. I slept better
than I had before in months. I
kept right on getting better, un
til I was perfectly well'
MRS. LAURA RUSSELL,
When the heart action is
weak, it fails to pump the blood
through the lungs with sufficient
rapidity. Then the lungs do not
absorb the proper amount of
oxygen, although they may be
taking in a normal . amount of
air. The result is shortness of
breath, smothering spells, diffi
cult breathing, oppressed feeling
- in chest. Dr. Miles' Heart Rem
edy strengthens the heart nerves
and muscles, and in this - way
increases the circulation.
Get a bottle from your. drug-'
s gist. . Take it according to direc
y tions. and if it does not beuefit
he will return your : money.
OLIVE HILL, IMP. '
Olive Hill, Ind., Jan. 13 Mr. and
Mrs. John Wickersham entertained
some of their neighbars to an oyster
supper Saturday, evening. . Those who
were present were Mr. and Mrs. Witt
Wrustle and family, Mr. ; and Mrs.
John Folle and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Taylor and family, Miss Katie
Edwards, Mr.' Sam Medearis and' Mr.
John Rigelman. A very pleasant time
was had. Music and cards were
Miss Mary Horhey remains about
the same. She is not able to walk
Mrs. Mary Brackney is - suffering
with a very sore finger. '
Mr. - and Mrs. Wesel Walker, Mr.
and Mrs. W.' K. Cheesman, and Mr.
and Mrs. George Rrmstrong and fam
ily called on Mr. and- Mrs. William
Stagg, Tuesday night.
Miss Fannie Silver was called to
her home Saturday on account of Mrs.
Charles King being very sick.
Mr. George Armstrong and family
took dinner with Lem McNutt and
Mrs. Nora Harris who has been very
sick is better at this writing.
Economy, Ind., Jan. 13. Mrs. Min
nie Beard is back from Spiceland. , :
W. L. Fenimore put in a pump for
some one at Huntsvile Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elihu Swain were the
guests of Mrs. Amanda Lamb recently.
Claude Lamb was reported very sick
Joseph Williams, a Muncie horsef
buyer was here Monday.
Miss Blanche Fenimore was the
guest of Mrs Maggie Smith of near
Carlos City Monday night and Tues
Mp. and Mrs. Charley Morrison were
in Richmond Monday.
Grant Smith was called to New Cas
tle Monday evening on account of his
father's serious illness.
Farmers who have wheat sown are
pleaded with the coat of snow which
now covers the ground.
Two more conversions at the M. E.
church revival meeting last night.
The Rev. M. V. Bartlett will begin a
protracted meeting in the Liberal U.
B. church at Sugar Grove week from
Rev. 6born of Warsaw gave a splen
did lecture for men only in the M. E.
church to a large audience.
There was to have been 'a prohibi
tion meeting in town Monday night
I but. it was canceled before the eve
Miss Louise Smith is back from a
j visit with Richmond relatives.
Mrs. Rrith Chamness of AVest River
who has been s'ck for the past several
days is reported better.
Allen Sisk of Summitville is a visitor
of his relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Daugherty
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Deck Hax
ton at dinner recently.
Miss Alice Gwin is back at the Park
er liouso after a few days with Mrs.
Harry Marshall. ,
Ernest Replogle spent Monday in
Horace Kimball made his usual run
on the C. C. & L. freight Monday.
Mrs. Lester Williams and baby boy I
are still with Mr. and Mrs. Johnny!
Hardwick near Carlos City.
Ed Replogle is going to cut his town I
residence in two and move part ofj
"it up on bis farm north of town. Geo. ;
Canaday has the contract.
Mr., and Mrs. Frank Thornburg are
back from ah' extended visit through
the f western states. Mrs. Thornburg
visited" her parents who reside at Fort
Scott, Kan.',' " while gone, and Mr,
Thornburg visited ' Biddy "Bowman at
Des Moines, Iowa. Mr. Bowman has
acquired' considerable property since
going west and has' a "beautiful modern
residence where he now lives. There
are three of "f he Thornburg brothers
that were in) a Minnesota real estate
deal and they s'peakn glowing terms
of the fertility of the soil near Min
neapolis.; The farms are small and
are,set"ou't' 'in berries.' Five and ten
acres yields' several ' hundred dollars
worth of berries each season. Snow
began to fair on the 3rd of December
and was still oh ' the, ground on the
25th, which makes good sleighing.
Mr. and- Mrs.' Harry Macey visited
Mr. and' Mrs.' Everett Study of W'hite
Branch todya. '''
A large force of men are cleaning the
snow off at Ballenger's lake today so
the ice will have . a chance to freeze
CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND.
Cambridge City, Ind., Jan. 13.
Thomas Bobbett, a former resident of
this city, died at the home of his
brother in Greensburg, Monday.
' William Evans has returned from a
ten days' visit at St. Louis.
' Mrs. Nancy Lutz is very seriously ill
at her home on Church street.
Miss Ethel Bertsch is the guest of
friends in Anderson.
Dr. J. A. Houser of Indianapolis,
will lecture at the Christian church
next Sunday afternoon to the ladies,
and to the men, at seven o'clock.
Mrs. Raymond Ferguson and sons,
Paul and Olin, have returned from a
visit with friends in New Castle.
Miss Edith Doney spent Monday in
M. M. Lively has gone to Princeton,
Ind., for a visit "with his sister.
Mrs. Charles Driggs is the guest of
her niece, in Indianapolis.
t Mrs. John Carr of Richmond, spent
Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Santford Wilson spent ' Monday in
Miss Jennie McGrew Is in receipt of
a boi of rare fruit, kumquats, from
Miss Emma McGrew, of Deland. Fla.
i Mrs. M. It. Bowmaster entertained
the Whist Club Monday afternoon.
Whist was played at three tables. Re
freshments were served. The next
meeting will be in two weeks" with
Mrs. Ossian Calloway.
Mr. and Mrs. George Robey and Mr.
and Mrs. George Babcock are at Cen
terville called there by the serious Ill
ness 'of Mrs. Robey's . mother, Mrs.
Lemons that have become hard from
long standing can be made nsable by
covering then with boUinx water for
a few mlaates. .
TRUSTEES ALLOWANCES FOR
THE YEAR OF 1908
. ANNUAL REPORT
Of receipts and expenditures on ac
count of Abington township tax funds
by the trustee of Abington township,
Wayne county, Indiana, for the year
ending, Dec. 31, 190S:
TOWNSHIP TAX FUND
Jan 1 08 Amt on hand at date
of last report
Jan 28 Amt Reed from County
July 13 Amt ree'd from County
July 13 Amt Rec'd from all
other sources. Int. and dock
et fees : 17.09
Hagerstown, Ind., Jan. 13 Mrs.
Hannah Gebhart on S. Elm street who
has : been ill for several weeks with
consumption of the bowels is Improv
ing considerably. :
Mrs. Daniel Fist was painfully in
jured about the knee-cap by a hard
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Daugherty will
occupy furnished rooms in the house
of Mrs. Fox on S. Perry street.
Mrs. Capt. Williams is confined to
her home near the depot with rheu
Charles, the two-year old son of
Rev. and Mrs. W. V. Brown is ser
iously ill at their home at the M. E.
parsonage with pneumonia.
Ed Larson and wife are moving
from N. Elm street to one-half of the
property of Mrs. Ellen Fox on South
Perry street. James Canada will oc
cupy the house vacated by the Lar
sons. Mrs. John Hunt was taken very ill
Sunday night but is improving.
... Mr. and Mrs. Charles Backinstoce
spent Sunday with Enos Warfel and
wife, south east of town.
Claud Scott will open up a meat
market in the Pipher room. The box
ball outfit will be moved from this
place to the Walker block on the
north side of Main street.
Hollansburg, O., Jan 13 Rev. T. G.
Williams and wife were the guests of
John Wolf and family for dinner, Sun
Mrs. Ida Shumaker has returned to
her home at this place from an ex
tended visit with her sister at
Springfield, O. ','.'.-
Howard Morgan and Homer Frame
of Lynn, Ind., were transacting busi
ness here, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Locke and
daughter who have been visiting rela
tives here for several days returned
to their home at Indianapolis, Mon
day..,. . . ; ., ' '
Mr, and Mrs. Ben Kerst of Green
ville, O., were visiting with the lat
ter's uncle, C. W. Chenoweth and wife
There was quite a large crowd in at
tendance at H. H. Jones' horse sale
- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Matlock of
Whitewater spent the day .Monday
with Chester Williams and family.
Patron This set of' teeth you made
me la too big. Dentist Yes, sir. Sit
down in the chair, and I will enlarge
your meoth a little.
Total Rec ts Twp. Fund 1
Total Expenditures since last
Jan 10 S S Clevenger services
on Adv. Board
Feb. 4 O H Downey, Wayne Co
Deni., publishing report
Feb 14 John Morgan, stone and
services on Adv. Board
Feb 15 The Item, pub. prop for
Feb 15 The Item, pub report..
Ft-1) 25 J Rodenburg services
on Adv. Board
Mar 27 The Palladium pab
Prop, for Public Depository
Apr 4 William Knoll services
on Adv. Board ,
Apr 4 Will J Bobbins, trustee
Apr 16 J D Adams & Co road
Apr 29 Frank Dye freight and
hauling engine hitch
May 1 Will J Bobbins postage,
telephones and fit for plow
May 11 D H Goble & Co sup
plies, postage, transfer state
ments, stamps, etc
May 16 Will J Robbins services
May 29 D H Goble & Co sup
plies for 1907, voucher books
noteheads, Sec. books, etc . .
June 29 J D Adams & Co Fin.
record and other supplies
Aug 14 The Item, pub. Est. of
Aug 14 The Morning News,
Pub. Est. of Tax Levy
Aug 29 Will .1 Robbins services
Aug 31 J Miller serv supervisor
Oct 6 "Will J Robbins. services
Oct 8 J Miller, serv supervisor
Oct 22 Steele & Draper road
plow and other supplies...
Nov 3 J Miller serv supervisor
Oct 22 Steele & Draper road
plow and other supplies ....
Nov. 3 J Miller serv supervisor
Nov 23 G . Holmes serv super
Dec 7 Dunbar Bros sewer pipe
Dec 18 W J Rcbbins services
Dec 22 Rose G Kinder supplies
Dec 22 E Dye fixing plow
Dec 22 J Mackey lumber and
Dec 28 Will J Robbins office
Dec. 28, H E Williams gravel. .
Seven Human Life Stars
Total , 072.24
LOCAL TUITION FUND
Jan 1, Amt on hand at last re
port ..........,. 677.05
Jan 28 Amt of Common School
Fund received 685.93
July 13 Amt of Common School
Fund received 485.02
Amt. of Com. School Fund re
ceived from all other sourc
es. Interest , 22.84
Total receipts Local Tuition
Total Exp. since last report. .1,172.43
Balance ...... 698.39
Jan 10 J H Blose teaching No 7 100.00
Jan 13 Ellen Wright, teaching
No 3 50.00
Apr. 3 J H Blose teaching No 7 232.83
Apr 16 Lorena McLane, teach
ing No 4 i 10.00
Apr 22 Ellen Wright, teaching
at No 3 108.30
Apr 23 Lorena McLane, teach
ing No 4 177.50
Nov 20 Cora Cook teaching
at No 3 .... 1-60
Nov 24 Lola Oler teaching at
No 6 25.00
Dec 14 Lola B Oler teaching at
No 6 20.00
Dec 16 Lyman Lybont teaching
at No 7 250.00
Dec 17 Cora Cook teaching at
No 3 30.00
Dec 19 Ellen Wright teaching
at No 4 .... ........... ' 23.00
Dec 22 Lola B Oler teaching at
No 6 . . . . . ..... ...... . . 117.00
Dec 24, Cora Cook' teaching at
No 2 ......... f .... 23.00
Total ................ 1.172.45
STATE TUITION FUND
Jan 28 D S Coe auditor, Jan.
Jan 31 Sec. Nat. Bank, Int.... 1.37
Feb. 29 Sec. Nat. Bank, Int... . 3.02
July 13 Demas S Coe, Int. July
Dist ...... ............... 293.40
Feb 14 Lola B Oler, teaching
at No 6 25.00
Feb 26 Ellen Wright, teaching
at No 3 ........... ..... 30.00
Mar 6 Lola B Oler teaching at
,.. No 6 .... . . .......... - 25.00
Mar 11 .Lorena McLane, teach
ing at No 4 25.00
Mar 26 Lola B Oler teaching at
No 6 25.00
Apr- 2 Lola B Oler teaching at
.No 6 80.20
Apr 3 J H Blose teaching at
No 7 19-35
Sept 26 Ellen Wright teaching
at No 4... .. 4O.0
Sept 28 Lola B Oler teaching at
No ......... i. ............ 25.00
Oct 1 Cora Cook teaching 3 4.M
ct 1C Sola sTOIer toacaiag a
Oct 22 Cora Cook teach g No 8
Oct 27 Ellen Wrlaht teaching
Nov 6 Lola B Oler teaching at
Nov 20 Cora Cook teaching at
Jan 1 Amt on hand at date of
Jan 28 Amt receive! from lhJ
July 13 Amt received from
Amt. received from all other
Total receipts Special School
Total expenditures since last
Jan 10 Geo-ReeKner hauling
Feb 12 George Holmes hauling
Mar 11 Geo Holmes, hauling
Mar 23 D H McMath work at
Mar 31 Morgan Lamott, haul
ing coal ,
Apr 2 Lola B Oler Inst and
Apr 3 J H Blose Inst and Jan
Apr 4 J Cunningham hauling
Apr 18 S.R Lyons commence
ment address . :
Apr 20 Susan Wyrick supper
Apr 20 Richard Roby taking
care of horses
Apr 20 Mrs C D Fleming mu
sic for com
Apr 22 Ellen Wright Ins. and
janitor fees and supplies....
Apr 22 Addison Roby hall rent
Apr 25 Lorena McLane. Ins and
Apr 25 L C King programs .
Apr 25 R Colvin Pt Payment
for hauling children
Apr 20. S S Clevenger work and
supplies at No 4
Apr 29 W Smoker hauling aud
setting up stove . ;
May 9 Chas Scribner's Sons
Books for H S
June 2 Geo Miller money re
funded for W. house at .No.
July 23 C O Medearis encyclo
pedia July 24 Robt Colvin pay in full
for hauling children
Aug 1 C Crowe piano for com
Aug 7 Bertch Bros pump for
Aug 28 Jane Roby cleaning
Nos,3 and 4
Sept. 3 J E Wood mowing yard
at No 3
Sept 4 A R Hutton disinfectant
Sept 7 J I Helms wood for Nos
6 and 7
Sept 11 Edna Roby taking
books to Nos 3&4
Sept 14 Sherman Hale going
after and fixing pump ......
Sept 19 C E Potter assessment
for Co. Board of Education. .
Sept 23 W J Burgess wood for
no 4 ;
Oct 10 Dye & Price Insurance
Oct 12 J E Wood going after
Oct 12 D H McMath work at
No 3 .............
Nov 7 Dunbar Bros coal 3 l'ds
Dec 7 D H Goble & Co H & S
Dec 7 J N Haynes work at No
6 and 7
Dec 9 J S Henwood mowing
yard at No 4
Dec 10 S S Clevenger work at
No 4 .........
Dec 17 M Lamott haul coal
Dec 22 John Dye nails and
hinges for No. 4
Dec 22 Joshua Mackey lumber
for No 4
Dec 22 Geo Reckner hauling
Dec 28, Will J Robbins handling
Lawk Libby rbOCpa Mara EiUk PalltfMB RmmB
Total ..... 864.46
V ROAD TAX FUND
Jan 1 Amt on .hand at date of
last report ...... 219.42
Jan 28 Amt received from the
County Treasurer . ..... 7.33
July 13 Amt received from the
County Treasurer 511.54
Total receipt Road Tax Fund 738.31
Total Exp. since last report. .. 651.91
Balance .... 86.40
Jan 13 M Ranck gravel ...... 4.29
Jan 22 Geo Miller r-avel...... 7.00
Mar 23 Maggie Stauffer gravel .55
Apr 28 Geo Toschlog hauling
stone and fixing culverts.... 8.00
May 8 F Williams road work. . .75
May 9 Geo Roberts gravel .... 4.00
June 1 R Stinson grading with
engine .. 41.00
June 27 R Lamb gravel 7.00
July 8 Demas Coe making road
book . ....... ... .. 12.00
Ang 22 R Stinson grading with - .
engine ...... 10.00
Aug 31 A Schroy road work... 3.00
Sept 2 J Plankenhora haul grav 15.00
Sept 2 R Stevens haul gravi... 6.00
Sept 2 N Stinson shov gravel.. ' 6.73
Sept 2 C Bnrris hanling gravel 10.50
Sept 2 A Turner road work... 18.75
Sept 2 R Roby shovel gravel 7.50
Sept 3 J E Wood shovel gravel 9.00
Sept 3 D Harris road work 13.50
Sept 5 E Stinson haul gravel.. 7.50
Sept 7 R Stinson road work . . 4.50
Sept 10 F Williams road work 3.00
Sept 19 M Schroy road work. . 2.23
'Sept 15 T Hubbell shov gravel 4.50
iSept 19 J Jarrett haul gravel.. . 6.00
SepL 26 H Holmes haul grav.. - 9.00
Sept 28 G Smoker haul gravel 18.00
Sept 28 E Wlssler haul gravel 3.00
Sept 28 C Meek haul gravel . . . 3.00
Sept -29 T Stinson hanl'gra vet. 10.M
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Oct 15 M Lamott wk on roads 18.3d
Oct 27 E J Wright wk on roads 9.00
Oct 3 H Jarrett haul A shov 21.73
Oct H 11 Jarrett gravel .. .. 43.20
Oct 12 D H McMath, shov grav 6.75
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Nov 3 J Eicknell wk on roads . 12.00
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Nov 19 W Burgess gravel 8.20
Nov 24 A Stevens haul gravel. 9.30
Nov 21 J E Clark laying 10 per.
of stone, 11 bbls cement and
hauling ... 5.70
Nov 25 R Smelaer er3vel 6.S0
Nov 25 Geo Holmes, . labor,
pick and gravel 7.13
Nov 28 J B Meek grcvel .. 27.30
Dec 2 J S Hevood gravel.,., lo.O
Dee 2 M Ranck gravel ........ 10.34
Dec 3 Robt L&mb gravel 11.84
Dec 9 J C Peirce gravel ...... 7.90
Dec 10. G Miller gravel 7.00
Doc 10 M Millpr gradias with
engine ...... ...... . ... . . 6.00
Dec 17 N Uamctt gravel 2.1S
Dec 22 J Morgan gravel.". .... . 1.C0
Dec 31 sixty-eight days work.. 136.00
Dec 31 handling school books.. 3.00
Dec 31 Office rent .. 24.00
Total : 651.91
DOG TAX FUNDS.
Receipts. . w
Jan. 1 Amount on hand at last
Mar 27 Amount of collections
from County Dog Fund 27.50
May 19 Amount of collections
from Township Assessor.,.. 77.00
Amount ree'd from prosecu
tions and all other sources 7.00
Total receipts Dog Fund ...... 152.00
Expenditures for the year ....
Jan 27 G A R Dickson sheep
Apr 20 G A R Dickson, sheep
May 2? C Burris sheep killed..
May 2$ C Miller sheep killed.
Total ........... 110.50
SERVICE ACCOUNT OF TRUSTEE.
Dec. 31 fifty-two office days. .$104.00
State of Indiana. Wayue County: "
: flic undersigned, being duly sworn,
cn oath says that tae above account
13 true and correct as he verily be
WILL. J. ROBBINS. Trustee.
Subscribed and sworn to before me.
this 5th day of Jan.. 1909.
J AS. M. STINSON,
President Advisory Board.
n l I ...... .J T. 1 4 mm n.t w.l
cxnendit tires S9.Z.Z4 : uaiance on
hand $S0.9. ,
liocal Tuition Fund Receipts $1,
r a . -Z a. aft 4?.
J W V - V a a .4S asava iuii w aba awe ww a -mm -
ance on hand $698.39.
- 7 at a n aft t
012.01: exnenditures SS64.46: balance
on hand ?1 47.55.
n W3 a t.a. tTv .
a is va m v f a a wvv s
nenditurcs S651.9I: balance On hand
State Tuition Fund Receipts $522.
93: expenditures $522.93. - . .
Dog Fund Receipts $152.00; expen
ditures $110.50; balance on band
Total Receipts $5,349.34; expendi
tures $4,294.51; balance on hand $1.-0.-4.83.
Ctsta lnlS iiii U'orna pAiintv ett
I. Will J. Robbins trustee of Abing
ton Township. . in said County and
State, do solemuly swear, that the
various 6ums with which I am charg
ed in the foregoing report are all of
the Bums received by me, and that the
various Items of expenditure credited
have been fully, paid in the sums
stated, and . without express or Im
plied agreement that any portioa
thereof has been retained by or re
paid to me or to any oilier person
within my knowledge, and that I have
received no money or article of valua
ia consideration of any contract made
by me as such trustee and that the
above and foregoing report Is true
and correct to the best of my know
ledge and belief. - V
WILL J. ROBBINS. Trustee.
Subscribed and sworn to before me.
this 5th day of Jan.. 1909.
J AS. M. STINSON,
President of Advisory Board.
Examined and approved by as. this
5th day of Jan., 1909: - J. M. Stinson.
John F. Rodenberg, John W. Horgan,
Advisory Board of Abington township.
25 STAMPS with oce .. 50 STAMPS with ona
lb. of Coffee at 33c. . J T of Tea at 70c
20 3TAMPS witt one 'j) 1 jj 45 STAMPS with one
lb. of Coffee at 30c. n. of Tea at 60c a lb.
15 STAMPS with one 1 40 STAMPS with one
lb of Coffee at 25c. yyfj t 1S-C2 Ib- of Tea at 50c a lb.
10 STAMPS with two CS3 Cf A. 6 P. 10 STAMPS with one
boxes A. & P. Gelatine DsdsfcjPendtT Bottle Salad Dressing
at 5c a box! rf CSX at l0c a
10 STAMPS with two PCTfec2y PCTC 10 STAMPS with Ave
boxes Stove Polish at PW W cakes A. Sc, P. Borax
5c a box. Soap at 4c a bar.
20 STAMPS with one bottle of
A. & P. Extracts at 23c a bottle.
10 STAMPS with one Bottle of
.Ammonia at 10c a bottle.
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727 Mein Gtreet
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