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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1910.
PAGE THREE A i Local Theaters The Girl from Rectors." According to the New York Evening "Telegram, ten women to every man aw "The Girl from Rector's" during its run of seven months at Weber's Music Hall. Seats for the perform ance at the Gennett on Monday will be placed on sale tomorrow morning. "The Clansman" Audiences who go to see "The Clans man" actually live and breathe the scenes enacted before them. They laugh and weep by turns, they cheer when the Ku Klux Klan perform hero ic deeds, and they hiss the villains who vainly attempt to destroy the civ ilization of the South. This active par ticipation, as it were, of the specta tors in the play makes a. "Clansman" performance more thrilling than the finest efforts of the greatest theatri cal stars. The great Reconstruction drama, with an excellent company of actors and an elaborate scenic produc tion, will be played on Tuesday even ing at the Gennett. "The Blue Mouse." It would require a Fitch to properly handle the situations that are found in "Blue Mouse," particularly ,the ncene In the first of the three acts. Rollett, secretary to Lewellyn, presi dent of the Inter-State Railroad, seiz es upon the weakness of his superior to flirt with pretty women, as a means of being promoted. He calls to his aid Paulette Divine, a dancer, who is known as "The Blue Mouse." The first act shows a divided scene, a par tition running through the center, on itber side of which are the offices of the Inter-State Railroad. It is here "The Blue Mouse" in the guise of the real Mrs. Rollett, comes to woo the astute Lewellyn. Mr. Fitch has hand led this situation so cleverly as to rob it of any suggestiveness and this idea is excellently carried out by the ad mirable acting of both the "Mouse" and the President. At the Murray. The Sunny South as presented at the popular vaudeville house the New Murray's Is proving a very good at traction and with the remainder of the program makes up a fine entertain ment. Major O'Laughlin with his out-of-the-ordinary act is likewise com ing In for a full share of the applausa which greets each part of the pro gram, his act consisting of musket juggling and baton twirling. DeFur and Estcs are putting on a singing and dancing duo, while Brooks and Jeannette indulge in comedy talking singing and dancing. The motion pic ture makes up the remaining portion of the program. "Three Twins." Announcement is made by Jos. M. Gaites that a new production will be seen at the Gennett on Thursday, Jan. 3.1th, entitled "Three Twins." The book is founded on the old farce, "In cog." famous for its laughs for the past twenty years. The libretto is the work of Charles L. Dickson, who was prominently identified with the pre sentation of "Incog" for so many years. The lyrics are by Mr. Otto A. Hauerbach, and the music by Mr. Carl Hoschna. The new production will be in two acts, and a strong cast has been gathered together by Mr. Gaites for the presentation. "The Chorus Lady." Patricia O'Brien, "The Chorus Lady," who Is to be impersonated by Ros? Stahl at the Gennett next Wednesday Jan. 12th, owes her existence on the stage to a most unusual combination of circumstances. The Introduction of the present star of James Forbes comedy to the hero ine she portrays came about in this way. One day about four years ago Miss Stahl occupied a parlor car seat on a new York, New Haven and Hart ford railroad train, bound for Boston. She was depressed and gloomy and had given herself over to restless reflec tion. Picking up the magazine absent mindedly. Miss Stahl began turning the pages until finally her eyes rested up on a short story entitled "The ' Extra Girl." written by James Forbes, a man numbered among Miss Stahl's ac quaintances. Out of respect to Mr. Forbes more than for any other reason she began to read the story and imme diately became intensely Interested in the subject matter. Before she had finished she was in a state of subdued excitement because she felt that she had discovered capital material for a vaudeville sketch. Upon arriving at Boston she immediately communicated with Mr. Forbes, whtk agreed to make the story over into a twenty minute play. The balance of Patricia's ca reer is now a matter of stage history. Howe's Travel Festival. Comparatively few people can af ford the luxury of traveling abroad, but everybody can enjoy the delight 3 of travel and without any of its many discomforts by traveling via Lyman H. Howe s Travel Festival in the Gennett theater tonight. In his new program, Mr. Howe will escort his travelers to the Montreal Ice Palace and winter carnival, then through the scenic grandeur of the Rockies in winter in to the heart. of the great Canadian wilds where the severe life of the lum .ber camp is shown. Rexall Kidney Remedy For diseases of the kidneys and bladder, backache, and certain forms of rheumatism, this medicine is recommended. Don't neglect troubles of this kind, for they become chronic and difficult to cure. Use Rexall Kid ney Remedy. If it doesn't please you, we refund your money. 50 and 75 cents per bottle. Adams Drug Store 6th fc Main. The Rexall Store TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE'S FINANCIAL REPORT To the Advisory Board of Clay Town ship, Wayne Co., Indiana, F. W. Kien zle, Township Trustee. Dated Jan. 1, 1909. Receipts. Jan 4 Bal on hand last report 1806.52 Jan 4 Willis Cain rent for school house 3.00 Jan 25 D S Coe County Auditor jan taxes 3423.68 Feb 1 1st Nat Bank Greens fork jan Int 3.95 Mar 1 1st Nat Bank Greens- jan int Mar 9 D S Coe County Auditor 5.81 J dog fund 155.00 Mar 26 1st Nat Bank Greens for borrowed for special school 50.00 Apr 1 1st Nat Bank Greens- fork mar int Apr 5 Willis Cain rent for school house 5.59 3.00 Apr 21 1st Nat Bank Greens fork borrowed for special school 50.00 May 1 1st Nat Bank Greens- forn april interest 3.75 Mav 5 Clay Tp Assessor dog tax 131-00 June 1 First Nat Bank Greens fork may interest 3.86 June 7 1st Nat Bank Greens fork borrowed for special School July 1 1st Nat Bank Greens fork june interest July 6 J C Ridge, Alva Robin son. Ida Gaylor, Ix?e Gaylor, Cbas Smith dog tax 165.00 .70 J.00 July 12 D S Coe County Auditor july taxes 4253.65 July 16 1st Nat Bank Greens fork borrowed for special school 125.00 July 23 Jas Scruggs school real estate 67.00 July 30 Trustee Center Town ship transfer fees 68.00 Aug 1 1st Nat Bank Greens fork july interest 6.03 Aug 14 C II Land school real estate 401.00 Aug 16 Wm McLaughlin school real estate 59.00 Sept 1 1st Nat Bank Greens fork aug interest 7.47 Oct 1 1st Nat Bank Greens fork sept interest 6.89 Oct 29 M C Brooks borrow for special school 200.00 Oct 30 Henry Werking sale of school hack 20.00 Oct 30 Chas Boyd payment for hack repairs 9.00 Nov 1 1st Nat Bank Greens fork October interest 5.92 Nov 27 1st Nat Bank Greens fork to pay off outstanding warrants 502.74 Nov 27 M C Brooks borrowed for special school 200.00 Dec V 1st Nat Bank Greens fork november interest .... 4.57 Dec 24 M C Brooks borrowed for special school 100.00 Dec 34 1st Nat Bank Greens fork borrowed for sp school.. 100.00 Disbursements. Jan 11 Henry Kamp, teaching music 16.00 Jan 19 David Newman gravel.. 11.30 Jan 21 M S Markle teaching... Jan 30 Henry Kampe teaching music Jan 25 John Ellis janitor 25.00 8.00 5.00 Jan 27 Bank Greensfork special school warrants 707.75 Jan 27 Bank Greensfork int on school bonds 202.50 Jan 29 Jas Kiser transporting child 4.00 Jan. 29 Clyde Mustard hack hire 34.00 Jan 29 Oscar Nicholson hack hire 24.80 Jan 29 Howard Gamber hack hire 25.00 Jan 29 Harry Cloud hack hire 145.04 Jan 29 Chas Boyd hack hire . . Jan 29 Martha Smith hack hire Jan'29 Chas Heath hack hire . . Jan 29 John Ellis janitor Jan 29 Mary Bond transporting 40.80 10.00 14.00 35.00 child 2.00 Jan 29 Isabelle Kienzle teach mg 60.00 Jan 29 Fred Cain repairing road tools 15, Jan 29 William Harris trans porting child 4.00 Jan 29 F W Kienzle services as trustee 00 Feb 2 Palladium Co Drintine annual report 14.20 Feb 8 Ethel Moore teaching Feb 11 M S Markle teaching 75.00 S7.50 Jan 19 M S Markle teaching 5.00 Feb 8 Albert Kienzle coal . Feb 22 John Ellis janitor .. Feb 23 W L Hatfield coal . Feb 26 Harry cloud hack .. 14.55 28.00 32.75 32.56 Feb 26 Chas Heath hack 15.60 Feb 26 Clyde Mustard hack .. 37.40 Feb 26 Howard Gamber hack Feb 26 Oscar Nicholson hack 27.28 Feb 26 Chas Boyd hack Feb 26 Martha Smith hack ... Mar 2 James Kizer hack Mar 9 M S Markle teaching .. Mar 9 F W Kienzle services as 44.S8 11.00 4.00 51.25 trustee 25.00 Mar 10 Morning News Co prtg report 14.80 Mar 12 W O Morrison dead sheep 34.00 Mar 12 John Thomas dead shp Mar 12 Thos Schibla dead shp 8.00 52.00 6.00 Mar 12 Albert Gilmer dead shp Mar 12 Albert Cray nor dd shp Mar 10 D H Goble & Co ofice supplies 10.02 Mar 10 W L Hatfield coal . . . 18.50 24.80 Mar 26 Oscar Nicholson hack Mar 26 Harry Cloud hack... Mar 26 Howard Gamber hack 29.60 25.00 Mar 26 Clyde Mustard hack . Mar 26 Chas Boyd hack Mar 26 Martha Smith hack . . . 34.00 40.S0 10.00 Mar 26 Chas Heath hack 14.00 Mar 26 May Bond hack Mar 26 James Kizer hack .... Mar 26 William Harris hack .. Mar 26 John Ellis janitor Mar 26 A L Kienzle brooms and floor oil Mar 26 Wm Roller window gls 4.00 18.80 26.00 8.4S 4.00 nails, oil stone sand S.71 Mar 26 Chas Smith wrk on sch house 4.00 Mar 26 Henry Kampe music . . . 40.00 Mar 26 M S Markle Inst fees . . 26.25 Mar 26 Nellie Lamb inst fees . 22.75 Mar 26 Isabelle Kienzle inst fe 21.00 Mar 26 Ethel Gifford inst fees 21.00 21.00 4.50 56.25 195.00 180.00 105.00 120.00 3.25 Apr2 F W Kienzle services as trustee 25.00 Apr. 8 F R Borton hgh sch ex 2.00 Apr 9 Isabelle Kienzle two dip examinations 3.00 Apr 21 W E Brown teacher at Veal's s h 68.10 Apr 21 W E Brown run expen 25.45 Apr 24 James Scruggs ditch .. 2.00 Apr 24 Ora Smith ditch 5.00 May 1 F W Kienzle ser as trus 25.00 May 4 Wm Ellis brooms & oil 1.17 May 4 Chas Hoover brdg lum 14.85 May 19 Chas Heath ditch 6.00 June 7 F W Kienzle ser as trus 25.00 June 7 WilJis Cain fil sch yd .. 1.50 June 7 Wm Borton fil sch yd 1.50 June 7 C E Richardson filling school yard 1.50 June 7 Thos Osborn fil sch yd 1.50 June 11 Wm Crouch fil sch yd 1.25 June 19 Chas Boyd fil sch yd .. 6.45 June 19 Wm Crouch fil sch yd 4.50 June 19 James Bish fil sch yd 7.50 June 19 Wm Borton fil sch yd 3.75 June 17 Nellie Lamb co int fee 9.80 June 17 John Murry fil sch yd 1.50 June 17 Olga Sullivan fil s yd 1.50 June 17 'Orville Delong fil s yd 1.50 June 17 Sam Stockhouse filling school yard 2.25 June 17 Geo Yeager fill s yard 2.25 June 17 James Scruggs fil s yd 1.50 June 23 Columbia McKine Co. fire escape 165.00 June 26 Chas Boyd fill sch yd 7.50 July 15 Ora Smith rpr culvert 3.00 July 3 Lester Nicholson filling school yard 1.50 July 7 F W Kienzle ser as trus 25.00 July (id Statleniyer trans fee 8.40 July 6 D II Goble & Co voucher books 1.03 July 13 S D Kiger & Co guide and supervisors supplies ... 8.50 July 13 Ray Smith fil sch yd 1.50 July 16 Kay Smith haul grav 1.50 July 17 Greensfork Bank bond school house 2,000.00 July 17 Greensfork Bank int on bonds 202.50 July 17 Wm McDivitt fil s vd 1.25 July 24 Chas Boyd fil sch yd . 1.50 1.50 90.00 25.00 1.8S July 24 Ora Smith fil sch yd . July 28 A L Kienzle coal July 30 F W Kienzle ser as trs July 30 Lemon Vore shov coal July 30 Chas Bing haul coal . . July 30 Aaron Worl haul coal July 30 Geo Yeager shov coal July 30 Turner Crouch filling 6.50 4.50 3.00 3.00 school yard July 19 Jno S Nicholson dead sheep 110.00 July21 Eliza French dead tkys 7.00 Aug 14 A L Kienzle coal 53.33 Aug 18 Willis Cain work on school fence 4.73 Aug 21 Chas Kienzle painting school house walls 4.50 Aug 24 J F Clawson pump 8.00 Aug 24 Chas Smith carpenter work school house 12.83 Aug 27 Chas Boyd fil sch yd . . 7.50 Aug 27 Geo Yeoger fil sch yd 1.50 Aug 27 Geo Yeager fill sch yd 1.50 house 9.75 Aug 27 Wm Barton white wash ing 3.00 Aug 27 Wayne Co Lumber Co lumber for fence and school house 69.61 Aug 28 W L Hatfield national work 2.00 Aug 28 Wayne Co Lumber Co sewer cement and lumber . . 130.68 Aug 14 Albert Craynor dead sheep 49.00 Sept 1 F Yv Kienzle ser as trus 25.00 Sept 1 Richmond Palladium Co print levy 2.00 Sept 1 Richmond Morning News Co print levy 2.00 Sept. 1 Co Recorder record mortgages 2.50 Sept 2 A L Kienzle cashing rd order 1.50 Sept 2 A L Kienzle cashing rd order 3.00 Sept 3 Geo Yeoger shov grav . . 3.75 Sept 3 Lester Nicholson shovel ing gravel 5.62 Sept 4 Jno Wise shov grav . . . 3.00 Sept 10 Omer Brown shov grav 7.50 Sept 10 Chas Retz shov grav . . .96 Sept 11 Jno Wise shov grav . .. 6.00 Sept 11 Chas Black shov grav 7.50 Sept 11 Ray Smith shov grav . . 3.00 Sept 11 Jno Bond shov grav .. 11.75 Sept 11 Orville Lamb shov grv 1.25 Sept 11 Howard Gamber shovel ing gravel 3,00 Sept 11 Ernest Scruggs shovel ing gravel 12.75 Sept. 11 Bescher McMillen shov eling gravel 1.50 Sept 15 Howard Gamber shovel ing gravel 53 Sept 23 Enos Thornburg ser vices supervisor 50.00 Sept. 9 Howard Gamber, work at school house 1.50 Sept. 10 A L Kienzle, 1U doz chairs for school house 0.00 Sept. 17 Mrs. D. L. Stoner teach ing music .oo Sept. 23 Wilfred Jessup atty. sale of school houses 20.00 Sept. 'JS Wayne Co. Abstract Co 3 abstracts 15.00 Sept. 25 Standard Oil Co floor oil 0.S7 Sept. 27 A. M. Harris, earth for school house yard 27.00 Sept. 17 H. A. Studebaker, su perintendent schools 50.iO Sept 17 D. L. Stoner, teaching . Sept. 17 Harriet Lyons, teaching Sept 17 Isabelle Kienzle teach'g 35.00 .) . 10 33.75 S.00 6.75 2.06 KJ.28 42.00 20.00 17.50 7.50 12.00 20.00 22.00 1O.00 Sept. 17 D. L. Stoner county in stitute Sept, lo A. L Kienzle, books and blanks Sept. 15 C. L. Cummins freight and express Sept 15 L. I. Craynor, blasting Oct 1 Chas Boyd, hack hire Oct 1 Jos. Kizer. hack hire .... Oct 1 Oscar Nicholson hack hire Oct 1 Wm Harris hack hire .... Oct 1 Geo. Sounders hack hire. Oct. 1 Albert Craynor hack hire Oct 1 Chas. Heath hack hire . . Oct 1 Nellie Davis hack hire. . . Oct 1 John Ellis janitor 25.00 Oct 1 Mrs. D. L. Stoner teach ing music 6.00 Oct. 1 H. A. Studebaker, su perintendent schools 50.00 Oct 1, D. L Stoner teaching .. 35.00 Oct 1 Harriet Lyons teaching . . 33.75 Oct. 1 Mrs. Wm. Conly teach. 32.50 Mar 26 Ethel Moore inst fees Mar 26 W L Hatfield coal Mar 26 M S Markle teach . Mar 26 Nellie Lamb teaching Mar 26 Ethel Gifford teaching Mar 26 Ether Moore teaching Mar 26 Isabelle Kienzle teach Mar 26 M S Markle sch sup . Oct 1 Isabelle Kienzle, teach. Oct 1 T. A. Dean clock Oct 4 Glenn Pickett shoveling 33.75 1 90 gravel 6.00 Oct 7 Geo. Yeager, shoveling gravel 3.75 Oct 7 Chas. Boyd haul grav 6.00 Oct 7 Wayne Co. Lumber Co cement, tile and lumber .... 30.41 Oct 2 D L Kienzle, services as trustee 25.00 Oct. 7 A. L. Kienzle books for school 12.41 Oct. 12 Jno Bond shov. grav. . . 12.00 Oct 12 John Murry Shov grav. . 1.50 Oct 12 C. K. Keever road rec. 3.75 Oct. 14 Martin Thornburg shov- gravel 4.50 Oct 17 Fred Cain repair of road tools 16.00 Oct 16 Geo W Hoover hauling gravel Oct. 10 Chas Block shov grav Oct. 10 Ora Smith work on cl. Oct 25 Jno Wise shov grav . . Oct 25 Geo. Yeager shov grav Oct. 2 Chas Block shov grav 1.50 4.50 7.O0 1.5 4.3s 5.5i Oct 27Chas Smith work on hack 12.75 Oct. O Ed Vore work on school yard Oct. O Fred Cain work on hack Oct 10 W. A. Abshire work on school house 1.50 30.00 2.50 Oct. IS W. H. Gunckel work on school house 10.50 Oct. 21 John Murry work on school yard 1.50 Oct. 20 Chas. Boyd hack hire . . 42.00 Oct. 20 Jos. Kizer. hack hire... 20.00 Oct. 20 Oscar Nichholson hack hire 17.50 Oct. 20 Wm. Harris hack hire . . !. Oct. '". Geo Saunders hack hire 12. Oct. 20 Albert Craynor hack hire 20.O" Oct. 20 Chas Heath hack hire 24 m Oct. :JO Nellie Davis hack hire. . IO." Oct. 20 Mrs. D. L. Stoner music 12.m Oct 20 John Ellis janitor 25.o Oct. 20 H. A. Studebaker su perintendent schools 1110.00 Oct. 20 D. L. Stoner-teaching. . 7M0 Oct. 20 Harriet Lyons teach. . . H7.50 Oct. 20. Isabelle Kienzle teach. 07.5O (Xt. 20 Ethal Moore teach. . . 135.00 Oct. 2! Mrs. Wm Conly teach. ;5.h Oct. : F. W. Kienzle ser vices trustee 25.0 Oc t. 30 J. M. Coe Ptg Co. ptg report cards 0.45 Oct. SO A. L. Kienzle, cashing road order S.25 Nov. 3 Oscar Nicholson, shov gravel 21. 00 Nov. H W. O. Morrison road wk 1.50 Oct 8 Levi Cates road work l.oO Nov. to Martin Thornburg road work ?,-,H Nov. IS Milton Mettert haul grv 3.00 Nov. 2o R. B. Bond hauj grav 4.50 Nov. 20 Wm Boyd gravel 1.50 Nov 18 Enos Thornburg ser vices supervisor 10.00 Nov IO Enos Thornburg ser- vices supervisor 15.00 Nov. 24 H A Studebaker. superintendent schools 100.00 Nov. 20 D. L. Stoner teach 70.K) Nov. 24 Harriet Lyons teach... 07.50 Nov. 24 Isabelle Kienzle teach 07.5O Nov. 24 Ethal Moore teach . . 07.50 Nov. 24 Mrs. Pearl Conly tchg 05.00 Nov. 24 Mrs. D. L. Stoner teach ing music 12.00 Nov. 24 John Ellis janitor 25.00 Nov. 24 L. J. Murdock paint . . 0.10 Nov. 24 Cbas Boyd hack hire . . 45.00 Nov. 24 Oscar Nicholson hack hire 17.50 Nov. 24 Jos. Kizer hack hire . . . 23.4tO Nov. 24 Chas. Heath hack hire 24.0O Nov. 24 Geo. Saunders hack hire 12.00 Nov. 24 Nellie Davis hack hire 10.00 Nov. 24 Wm Harris hack hire. . 9.00 Nov. 24 J. D. Adams & Co maps chalk and sunolies 20.75 Nov. 24 Columbia School Sup ply Co. physics apparatus . . 98.72 Nov. 24 Wm. Roller, stove rep 0.80 Nov. 24 A. L. Kienzle Brooms, oil paint etc 6.97 Nov. 24 C. W. Kienzle. painting school yard fence 3.75 Nov. 24 Greensfork Bank, bor rowed to pay outstanding warrants 402.74 Nov. 24 Milton Hoover grav... 18.70 Nov. 24 Wm. Roller, repairs for grader, bolts, nails '. . . 10.00 Nov. 24 Larkin Hoover, gravel 18.40 Nov. 24 Wayne Co. Lumber Co. lumber 45.26 Dec. 2 F. W. Kienzle, ser vices as trustee 25.00 Dec. 6 Enos Thornburg, services as supervisor 25.00 Dec. 6 C H Bond ser super.. 113.00 Dec. 10 J J Smith ser super.. 120.00 Dec. 10 Enos Thornburg ser vices supervisor JO.uo Dec. 5 Levi Strickler grav Dec. ' 0 Oscar Nicholson shovel ing gravel Dec. O John Boyd shov grav . . Dec. O Wm Boyd gravel .... Dec. IO Mrs. Chas Land gravel Dec. IO Merrit Nicholson .gradg Dec. 14 Earl Strickler gravel . . Dec. 14 Frank Davis gravel 11.00 .Sti .75 0.5O !MX 1.50 10.00 40. 40 Dec. 15 W. J. Bird gravel 15.SO Dec. 17 J. D. Adams & Co road tools -. 84.78 Dec. 18 Herlon Wilson gravel . . Dec. 22 A. M. Harris gravel .. Dec. 22 J. F. Clawson telephone poles l.OO 4-".o0 6.15 Dec. 22 A. L. Kienzle, cashing road orders 2.1V) Dec. 22 Geo. Davis gravel 37.50 Dec. 22 E. M- Bowers gravel . . . 4.00 Dec. 24 Mrs. D. L. Stoner teach ing music 12.00 Dec. 24 John Ellis janitor .... 30.00 run- 24 Chas Bord hack hire.. 45.00 Dec. 24 Oscar Nicholson hack hire 20.00 Dec. 24 Jos. Kizer hack hire .. 20.00 Dec. 24 Chae. Heath hack hire. . 24.00 Dec. 24 Wm Harris hack hire . . rt.OO Dec. 24 Nellie Da via hack hire 1O.00 Dec 24 H. A. Studebaker su perintendent schcls 92.50 Dec. 24 D. L. Stoner teaching.. 7O.00 Dec. 24 Mrs. Wm. Conly teach. 67.50 Dec. 24 Harriet Lyons teach. . . 67.50 Dec. 24 Isabelle Kienzle teach. 67.50 Dec. 24 Ethal Moore teach .... 05.OO Dec. 24 A. L. Baldwin teach. .. 7.50 Dec. 24 Standard Pat & Heat Co heater 5.50 Dec 22 Geo. Coffin gravel .... 9.00 Dec. 24 D. W. Harris gravel 23.00 Dec. 24 Larkin Adkinson, work on road 1-06 Dec. 24 Geo. Fonts gravel ... 18.80 Dec. 24 Ray Smith, hauling on road 17.00 Dec. 24 Fred Williams work on ford L50 Dee. 24 Chas. Smith work, on hack 0.t 1 Dec. 24 John Fox draying ... 2.30 j Dec. 24 Wm Ellis Brooms and ; State of Indiana. Wayne County, ss.: bucket 2.50 The undersigned being duly sworn Dec. 24 F. W. Kienxto off rent 24.0O;upon his oath, says that the within is Dec. 24 F. W. Kienzle servic- j a true and complete showing of all the es trustee 125.00 i moneys received and paid out as he Dec 24 A D Bond ser on board 5.00 verily believes; and that the various Dec. 24 A O Pierce ser on board 5. : items of exienditure credited, have Dec. 24 M C Brooks ser on board 5. , been fully paid in the sum stated, and Dec. 31 Clara Rheinheimer In- without express or implied agreement terest on note ... 1S.00 that any jortion thereof shall be re- Summarv tained by or paid to him. or to any oth- 1 Jan. 4. 1900. Balance on hand lastj settlement: Township fund, $592.03; 1 Tuition fund. $729.15: Special School fund $4.81; Road fund. $480.53. To tal of all funds, $1,SU.52. Receipts Township fund, $568.90: Tuition fund. 2,451.35: Special School fund. $J,1S2.24; Road fund. Total of all $155. IS: Dog fund, ?2.91 funds. $10,148.07. Total of balance and receipts Town ship fund. $1,100.93; Tuition fund. $3. 1S..tO; Special School fund. $6,187.05; Road fund. $1,135.71; Dog fund $2.91, Total of all funds, $11,955.19. Disbursements -- Township f.uui. $890.45; Tuition fund. $2,703.40; So cial School fund. $6,169.82; Road fund. $S06.7O: Dog Fund, $2.91. Total of all funds, $10,981.37. Balance Township fund, $270.4S; Tuition fund. $417.10; Special School fund. $17.23; Road fund, $209.01. Total of all funds, $973.82. Trustee's Service Account. Days. Nature of Work. 13 Trustees meetings at Richmond. 2 Distribution of money. 2Special trips to Richmond. 1 Enumeration, lo Visiting schools, lo Hiring teachers. r t - 3 Chautauqua. 0 Seeing after hacks and hiring drivers. 3 Seeing after dogs and sheep killed. 0 Diploma Examination and com mencement. 15 Overseeing work at School house yard. 3 Making out road books. 25 Seeing after roads and super visors. 3 Meetings of Advisory Board. 0 Selling school houses. 6 Making out final report for year. 2 Making out report for Supt. 1 Making out report for board of accounts. 2 Road supervisors election. 2 Indianapolis board of accounts. 2 Settling with road supervisors. 50 Office days. Register of Township Indebtedness. Dec. 31. 1908, Mrs. Rheinheimer, $3tO, due Dec. 31, 1909, 0 per cent, int.. Special School fund. July 19. UH7, First National Bank Greens Fork. $2.Oo, due July 15, 101O. 4V-j per cent int.. Special School fund. July 19, 1907. First National Bank Greensfork, $2,50O. due July 15, 1911. 4'i per cent int.. Special School fund. July 19. 1907, First National Bank Greensfork. $2,500, due July 15. 1912. 4'a per cent int., Special School fund. Oct. 29. 1909, N. C. Brooks, $200, due Feb. 1, 1910, 0 per cent, int.. Special School fund. Nov. 27. 19o9, First National Bank Greensfork, $502. due Feb. 1. 1910, 6 per cent int.. Special School fund. Dec. 27, 10O9. M. C. Brooks. $200, due Feb. 1, 191, 6 per cent. int.. Special School fund. Dec. 24, 19rt. M. C. Brooks, $10O, due Feb. 1. 1010, 0 per cent int.. Special School fund. Dec. 24, 1909. First National Bank GETUJETT TONIGHT ..Lyman H. Howes Travel Festival Greatest Pictures In the World Dasb to North Pole Exciting Aeroplane Races DON'T MISS THEM Prices: 15, 25. 35 and 50e GEM a ETT NEXT MONDAY EVE Panl M. Potter's Greatest Comedy The Girl From Rector's Seat Sale Opens Tomorrow Morning at 1 o'clock Prices: Lower floor SI 81.30 Balcony 50, 75. f 1. Gallery 25c. The Jolly Widow at the PHILLIPS Wk of Jan. 3 EVERY NIGHT Matinee on Wednesday and Sat urday only. An attraction that will delight ladies and children. Admission, 10 cents to any part of the house. Matinees at 2: SO. Evening performance at 8:15. HURRAY'S APPROVED VAUDEVILLE WEEK OF JANUARY 3. SUNNY SOUTH With lS-COLOUED PLAYEBS-lt MATINEE, 2:30; any seat, 10c EVENING. 7:45 and 9:00; prices 10. 15 and 20c Lose seats, 25c Greensfork. $100. due Feb. 1. 1910. 6 per cent int.. Special School fund. er person; and that he has received no money nor article of value in consider ation of any contract made by him as trustee. F. W. KIENZLE. Township Trustee. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 4th day of January. 191. A. C. PIERCE, Chalrmau of the Advisory Board. Frau Julia Varghr. Is said to be the first woman minister to preach in Hungary. She is the daughter of the Reformed Evangelical Bihop Carl Sasz, who is also well known iu Hun gary as a poet and teacher. Frau Vargha preached her first sermon in Klausenburg to a large congreation and the Buda-Pesth papers speak of her as gifted woman aud an eloquent speaker. 250 Men By the Diaccud Rubber Co., Akron, 0. Good wage, steady employment, no labor troubles. Men should be from 22 to 30 years of age; not less than 5 ft 8 in. in height and weighing more than 150 pounds. References as to character required. Representative at West cott Hotel, Friday, Jan. 7 and Sat., Jan. 8, 1910. (Geiiettt Tuesday, Fifth Triumphal Tour of the Greatest Sac cess in the History of the Country n"PTTTT 1 - 4 m i ii ii tfl CILAMSEflAK Dramatized by THOMAS DIXON, Jr., from his two wonderful nov els, "The Clansman' and "The Leopard's Spots." Direction of GEORGE H. BRENNAN. Prices: 25c, 50c 75c, $1, Boxes $1.50 Seits ea SzJe Sttsrday. Jsa. 8 The Blue House" Will be Presented in Richmond BY THE ORIGINAL BIG CITY COMPANY SAM S. & LEE SHUBERT (INC.) Have no NUMBER TWO COMPANIES, Organized to fleece the patrons of theaters in the Smaller Cities, Such as "The Trust" has inflicted on the public For Years AND ARE 'INFLICTING TODAY. When You Go to the NEW MURRAY THEATER TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, You will see A $1.50 ATTRACTION Which is worth G2.00 Not a Cheap Imitation America's Health Resort Gt Owns BmtiI lata- bOs Cart RHEUMATISM in 111 kmsss in oo tzusx. Mi. CI .men. MWiWbtrslly nmv4 Mmito fraa DauoM. ThrcxMlt uvtn trvm all tUrvrtaua. PiumS MtMirtwn clmne cr m half bow lilistrtt:! tek a ttt Ctesss Ua Fia AMtm P. R. EASTMAN . Ml. LOOKS AFTER CLAIM Attorney Frederick Merritt of Chi cago, is in the city looking after the claim of Armour and Company, meat packers of the Windy City, against the Richmond Abattoir company which recently went into the hands of a receiver. The claim is for about $:00. it is said. Theatre 7 January 11 mm 60 People on the St&oe 2 Car Loads of Effects Troop of Cavalry Horses K AT OKI. CQLOSEUL'... Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday Morning, Afternoon and Evening AtelHcd Free 171