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Meigs
Taking haste by the horns or
something. We are surprised to
learn that the Morgan county G. O.
P. campaign tor 1941 has opened.
Instead of burying the hatchets used
In the last campaign, they are whet
ting them. It is nice that we have
four yeur terms. Who would want
to have their pedigree proclaimed,
published and defamed for a lesser
period—then be cussed during their
tenure. Tell us your troubles, we
won't mention any names.
Charley Wallace of Rokeby Lock
the great grate setter, was here
last week setting one to warm the
Rays.
Some of our readers tell us they
liave to read some of our writings
twice. We have always felt thank
ful to have folks read them orce
Seems to us we world like to read
the offerings the colored boy gets
'Jrhen he cleans the waste basket.
Mrs. Ervin North (Mary Ray) of
Latlirop, is spending some time with
her parents. C. B. anil Ruby Ray
Her husband who is in training at
Camp Shelby, Miss., is with the Mor
gan couuty boys.
In the death of John William Par
miter, another prominwit, character
and good citizen has been taken
He was of pioneer stock. His grand
parents were among the early set
tiers on Meigs creek. Some of the
land owned by them has been,in
the name ever since, now owned by
Earry Paimiter. He had a better
education than most farmers of his
age. Hard working, kindly, he will
long be remembered by those who
knew him.. As announced in last
week's Democrat, funeral services
~were held Saturday at 1:30 at the
liome with Rev. J. A. Goddard, a
long tima friend, in charge, who
took as the basis of his discotirse,
"words as recorded in the fourth
"verse of the 30 th Psalm. Mr. an
Mrs. H. H. Richey, Mrs. Margaret
Spillman. and Dee Dunkle, with
Mrs. Delia Dr.nkle accompanying,
sang "Going Down the Valley" and
'Think of the Home Over There."
Fall bearers were J. W. Martin,
Carl Devitt, Homer Gerlach, Harry
Farmiter. Oval mcher and Galen
Ferguson. A goodly crowd attended
the services, in spite of the inclem
ent weather. Interment was in Em-
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tiiade by feeding SACCO inrr.if.
Thousands use 't. University test showed
80 ibs. of SACCO produced 298 lbs.
more jo-k. Each 100 lbs. on 156 Ibs.
LESS feed!
AIL f.'fm animals thrive on SACCO. It
conciiii ns brood sows for better litters.
Ma'es big pains in milk anc! egg produc
tion. SAC^WD gets best results, yet cost.
only HALF the usual price. Contains 11
active minpral elements no fillers or
false appetizers. Approved iodine con
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Special Values at
Your Dealer's this
Month
ery cemetery.
Friends of Abe Tolbert, with Ray
niond Sims at the saw, cut a nice
bunch o£ wood for him Thursday
Abe has more saud than health.
It seems that some of our read'
ers don't know yet that we do not
write of the troubles of the folks in
our territory—unless it is a broken
leg, whooping cough, and things of
that kind. Perhaps if you want to
do something that you don't want
published, it would be a good idea
to come and talk it over with us be
fore you do it. Morning kourg,
'til 6, evening, 6 'til 6.
A friend recently told us of a
conversation he had with the late
Dr. J. F. Leeper, when the doctor
told him of his first patient, a small
child, who was ill with pneumonia
Uhey called it lung fever then)
The house was of log, and one
room. Everybody smoked, even the
chimney. Dock said "all the books
I had said there was no chance for
a patient under those conditions
but that one got well."
Vernon Whitehouse left last Fri
day evening for Normal, 111., where
he will visit his brother, Carl, and
family. This will be some exper
1ence for him, as he had never been
on the train before.
Mrs. Frank McCarty visited with
her daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Paisley
Zanesville, last week.
Mrs. Lawrence Embree. who has
been attending college at Athens
for some time, has returned to her
home at Fort Lauderdale, Florida
where she will resume teaching in
the tourist school.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Little, New
York City, made a short visit with
relatives here, last week.
Mrs. Ona Warne, who has been
on the sick list for some time, con
tinues to improve.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Glenn of
Lansing, Mich., spent Friday night
with the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Glenn. They left Satur
day to attend a meeting at Colum
bus. Mr. Glenn has been assigned
the task of raising $6,500 to buy
Bibles for the trainees at Camp
Custer. This camp was a CCC
camp—but has been changed to an
army camp.
When Fred Mummey was return
ing home from town last Friday
coming down the Brock hill, his car
got out of control and went into the
fence. Fred came out unharmed,
but it spoiled the looks of the car.
Gas In Bristol
Back in 1908, a well was drilled
on the W. F. Fox, then the Win
Bradley farm. At that time there
was a showing of oil, but no gas.
The casing was left in the well, and
recently it has been showing gas.
Mr. Fox has had the gas piped to
the house and is using it to cook
with. This recalls a prophecy of
the late Frank Timis, who at the
time Of the drilling of this well said
"Back of the Morgan township
wells, there is something worth
while."
We are sorry our friend Etta
Bcatty had to have the mumps. As
she had to have them, we would
liked to have seen her. Now we are
glad she has had them.
Grove Gilbert, whose illness we
liave noted, remains quite poorly.
A thing we noticed at the J. W
Panniter funeral, was that no one
near his age was there. While we
have a few that are around his age,
on account of weather conditions, it
was not prudent for them to go out
and expose themselves.
Word was current that the Em­
ery church house was not ready to
hold services, which wa| incorrect
It was the wish of the family to
have had the Parmitcr funeral ser
vice at the home. We feel wre should
tell those of you who are away that
the house looks fine—and folks who
had a part in fixing it up have much
to be proud of, and everyone should
be glad that it is a church, funeral
chapel, or whatever you .wish to
call it, rather than a sheep house
or something else.
We find we are living near Amel
ia Leland. While we knew she for
merly lived down this way, we had
not been able to know for sure that
she was still hereabout, until we
found her in attendance at the Par
miter funeral. That is part of her
religion. One of the seven corporal
works of mercy. I wish we all
knew them and practiced them a3
does she, and others we know, also
the seven temporal works. They are
easier to learn than to practice.
The death of George W. Carnes
of Zanesville takes another of the
old time coal diggers of Bristol
township. His father, a Civil war
soldier, was killed in battle, leavin
the mother with a family of small
children. He, like his brother,
P., had to go to work when only a
young boy. Starting in the coal
bank they kept at it as long as they
were able. We remember him
when he lived at Otho as a very re
ligious man. A friend who is older
than your scribe tells us that he was
very honest, having the reputation
of giving his customers every lump
of coal that was coming to them
We are sorry to hear of the death
of our friend, Mrs. Mary Newton
Our acquaintance dates back to
January, 1891, when we first
viewed the land of Todds. Her
family, the Woodwards, and our
uncle and aunt, Isaac and Elizabeth
Shook, were neighbors and goodi
friends, and our friendship has con
tinned through all these years.
Wm. Stobart, former Bristol resi
dent, who was seriously injured by
a fall of rock in the Black Diamond
mine, Dec. 26, and was taken to
Memorial hospital, was taken to his
home at Lathrop, Feb. 1. He is get
ting along as well as eould be ex
pected.
Plantsville
Carlos Carpenter and wife are
staying at the Oral Canter home
Mrs. Canter is in the hospital in
Wheeling, W. Va., and has had a
very serious operation. She is get
ting along well at present.
Earl Carpenter, wife and son
Kenneth, of Columbus, attended the
funeral of her father, Robert
Grimes, and also visited the for
mer's mother, Mrs Herschel Car
penter.
Dale Thompson of Lancaster spent
the week end with his parents,
Hiram Thompson and wife.
A. J. Coleman spent the week
end in Dayton.
Alva McDonald remains quite
poorly.
Nellie Kerns spent the day re
cently with her daughter, Opal Mu!
ford, whose husband is quite poor
ly with mastoid trouble.
Death of R. A. (Jrltnes
Robert A. Grimes, son of Andrew
and Emily Grimes, was born near
Sharpsburg, Feb. 26, 1873, and de
parted this life Jan. 31, 1941, aged
67 years, 11 months and five days.
He was united in marriage to Maria
Beard. To this union were born six
children. Violet and Irene, deceased
VALENTINE*
PERSONAL RADIO
ROMANCE
on Saint Valentine's Day mxf,
turn into Repentance by and by—-unless
each member oi the family has a personal
radio ... Individual tastes differ so, the "loud
speaker" results can be maddening to one and
enjoyable to another ol two otherwise congenial
souls.
Get a radio for fevery room—and your own"
cozy, bedside set. Buy your Valentine one—and
BlitUI remember you every time she "tunes in."
rl
me OHIO POWER
The Morgan County Democrat, McConnelsville, Ohio, Thursday, February 13, 1941
living are Floyd of Canton Emily
Carpenter, Columbus: Ella and
Louise of the home also five grand
children one sister, Mrs. Ruie lies
of Marion. Funeral services were
conducted Sunday, Feb. 2, at the
Mt. Hermon church, by Rev, Ben
nington, assisted by Rev. Taylor
Interment in the Mt. Hermon cemo
tery. The deceased worked in the
Black Diamond mine for a number
of years, until his health failed. He
was a member of the U. M. W. A
also of the Mt. Hermon church.
Stockport
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. D'Ziamba and
daughter of London, spent the week
end at the Wootton home here.
Mrs. Etta Roush who has been
staying at the White home, has re
turned to her home at Mason, W
Va. Miss Nancy Daniel, near Iron
ton, is assisting at the White home
Arthur Calendine whose illness
has been mentioned, is not so well
Byron Hook and sister Kathryn
of Marietta spent the week end
writh their mother, Mrs. Anna Hook.
Miss Lillian Thompson returned
home Saturday, after spending a
few days with friends in McCon
nelsville.
(i«o. H. Brill Improving
George H. Brill, local merchant,
and mail carrier, who was admitted
to Marietta hospital, Friday, was op
erated upon for appendicitis and
perforated ulcers, is showing mark
ed improvement. His grandson,
Vance Ormiston, and Lauribel
Hawkins visited Saturday with him.
The Promoters' club met Monday
In the school auditorium, and enjoy
ed an oyster stew, served by the
wives of the chairmen of the differ
ent committees. The program was
in charge of Ray Johnson, J. L.
Henery, Frank Faires and Fred
Rollison.
Orville Evans who has been ill
with asthma and heart trouble, was
taken last week to the county home
hospital for treatment.
Mrs. T. J. McHugh who has been
ill with influenza, is much improved.
Miss Mary Hecker of Philo has been
caring for Mrs. McHugh.
Mrs. Lelia Anderson of McCon
nelsville is under a doctor's care at
the home of her sister, Mrs. O. G.
Wallace.
Miss Joyce Hilaman of Brokaw
f-pent the week end with Miss Lavon
Wallace.
McKinley Brannon of Zanesville
spent Sunday with his parents,
Mayor and Mrs. P. O. Brannon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burcher of
Pennsville were Sunday visitors with
Mrs. Charles M. Maynard, and fam
ily.
Mrs. Harry Fleming spent last
Thursday with Mrs. Dorothy Daugh
erty.
Perry Grosser spent Sunday with
Lonnie Jobes and family, at Beverly.
Mrs. Nell Lochary spent Wednes
day evening of last week with her
mother, Mrs. Addie Ewart, of Ches
terhill.
Mrs. Russell Ross "and daughter
of Dale are visiting with Mrs. Co
lumbus Cheadle and son for a few
days..
Misses Thelma Douth and Mary
I.on Burfield spent last Friday in
Zanesville.
Mrs. Dale Morris has gone to
Baltimore, Md. Mr. Morris has em
ployment with a branch of the
Marietta Concrete corporation.
Mr. and Mrs. Omar Wagoner and
daughters Reva Mae and Celia Ruth
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
John Knox.
Vernon Walker returned home
Friday from Caldwell, Idaho, to
spend a week with relatives before
returning to that place, where lie
will enter army training, Feb. 21.
Miss Wilma Sheets of Dale was a
Sunday visitor at the C. C. Spencer
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Love and
son, Miss Virginia Wolfe and Doyle
Wallace of Todds, were Sunday af
ternoon callers of Mrs. Columbus
Cheadle.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Henery of
Newton ridge visited last Thursday
with Mr. and Mrs. John Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Cheadle
and daughter Donna Jeanne spent
Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Alice
Bachelor, of Beverly.
Miss Louise Spencer of Bald
Eagle spent the week end with her
aunt, Mrs. C. R. Williams.
James Morris has returned home,
after visiting several days last
week with his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. II. A. Morris, of Roxbury.
S. C. Hanson of Granville was a
caller last week at the home ot Mr.
and Mrs. David Coler, Mr., and
Mrs. Hanson expect to leave for
Texas March 1, for a month's visit
with his son, E. H. Hanson, and
family, and with Mrs. Hanson's
brother.
The Zanesville district mid-year
institute will be held March 7, 8,
and 9, in the First Church, Zanes
ille, Putnam avenue, Pierce street.
Reservations should be sent to Rev.
F. W. Martin, as soon as possible.
Rev. Lowell G. McCoy, pastor of the
Methodist church here, urges a large
attendance.
Correcting an error In last week's
Items, which read that Ray Bamfleld
had been promoted to corporal at
Camp Shelby, Miss. It should have
read Ray Burfield.
Harlan Jobes and Victor Medley
left last Tuesday for training at
Camp Shelby, Miss.
Elected District Secretary for O.E.8.
Postmaster and Mrs. Robert A.
Durbin, Mrs. Fred James and Mrs.
Joe Burcher were at Pomeroy re
cently, where they attended the dis
trict meeting and school of Instruc
tion for the 25th district O. E. S.
Mrs. Durbin was associate matron
for the school of instruction and
was honored by being elected dis
trict secretary for the year. She is
also junior past matron of Webb
chapter, O. E. S.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Swift, Bloom
ington, 111., who spent the past
month with her sister, Mr*. W. II.
Broomhallv were called to- Chicago,
last Thursday, on account of th
illness of their granddaughtei
Diane Swfft.
Mrs. Emma Wagoner of Athens
has returned to her home, after
visiting her sister, Mrs. G. H. Brill.
Stockport Route Two
Approaching Marriagcr
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Watson re
ceived announcement of the ap
proaching marriage of their niece
Miss Mary Alice Ryder to Mr.. Car
Schultheis, both of Dayton, which
will be solemnized at the Lutherai
church in that city Feb: 21. Miss
Ryder is the youngest daughter of
Mrs. Lura Watson Ryder, and a
graduate of Ohio State University
The groom is a civil engineer, and
employed in Dayton,
Mrs. Frank Blackmer who wa
taken to Marietta hospital, last
Wednesday, where she underwent an
operation, remains quite ill.
Willard Gheen who suffered a se
vere heart attack, shows some im
provement.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cline and son
Jimmy and Ben Rodyk Of Dayton
visited over Sunday, at the home of
Mrs. Blanche Miller.
lola, daughter of Mr. and Mr
Melvin White, is ill with appendi
citis.
Dean, son of Cecil Davis and
wife who has been ill with bron
chial pneumonia, is improving.
Mrs. Russell Brokaw remains in
ill health.
James Moore is spending a few
days at Roseville.
Grange Notice
Grange will meet Thursday even
ing, Feb. 13. There will be install
ing of officers. Program for the
lecture hour: Song, by grange roll
call, Something of interest about
Lincoln or Washington number by
Hindman sisters reading, Mrs. El
va Robinson contest, Mr. and Mrs.
C. M, Leonard.
Brokaw
Vernon Walker, Caldwell, Idaho
is visting for a week with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Walker
and other relatives. He leaves for
camp the 21st of this month.
has been employed on the railroad
in Idaho.
Miss Louanna Walker, Marietta,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ball of Hay
ward, spent Sunday with their par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Walker.
Miss Pauline McLaughlin, Dale
Johnson, of Reinersville, and Mrs.
Faye Pinkerton spent Sunday with
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Arley Johnson.
Mrs. Damon Cooper is ill with
the flu.
Connie Pinkerton is visiting his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wood
row Pinkerton, of Sharpsburg.
Damon Cooper, Chester Mills.
Vanis Ellis, Arthur Kirkbride, and
Arley Johnson attended the insti
tute at McConnelsville, last Fride'
The W. S. C. S. met last Wedne
day with Mrs. Etta Wallace an-'l
Mrs. Lyllis Wallace. The next
meeting will be with Mrs. Nira
Thompson.
Mrs. Annie Frye and Ralph Clif
ford Frye spent Sunday at Martin
Hooper's."
Glen Johnson has moved his
household goods to Navarre, wher
they will make their home. Mrs.
Johnson and children are staying
with his aunt until he can get th
painting and papering done, before
taking them there.
Rose Farm
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Adrean and
daughter of McConnelsville spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Johnny Christie.
Miss Ruth Liadimore, McConne's
ville, spent the week end at the
home of her parents, Mrs. and Mrs.
State of Ohio
JOSEPH T. FKIIGUSON,
Auditor of State
A ,\ I A I
Financial Report
UNION TOW\SHlI»
Morgan County, Ohio
For the Fiscal Year Ending December
31,1940
Total Salaries and Wages Paid
During the Year" 1940 $1,710.60
Tax Valuation $500,000.00
Tax Levy 13.00
Malta, Rt. 3, Ohio,
February 7, 1941.
I hereby certify the following report
to be correct.
RUIE MARTIN,
T"\vnship Cl^rk.
GENERAL TOWNSHIP FUNDS
Include Receipts and Payment? of Ali
Funds Except Bond Itetireiaent and
Sinking Funds.
RECKTPTS
eneral Property Tux $ 838.8."!
Sales "lax: 12. S
2
Jasolino Tax 2,650.Oo
nheritance Tax 16.7!'
'igarettc Tax 6.19
For Stone 18.00
Total Receipts.. $3,442.63
PAYMENTS
General Executive Services—
Compensation of Trustees..f £89.00
Compensation of Clerk .... 1C0.00
Total General Executive Ser
vices.,..., ,|1,049.00
Health—
Payments to Hospital Asso
ciations. 27.00
Poor Relief—i-
Burial Expenses.. $ 50.00
Total Poor Relief ..$ 50.00
Highways—
Road Maintenance and Re
pair-Labor and Materials. .$1,821.14
Jload Machinery and Tools—
Grader 27E.C0
Total Highways.. ... .$2,096.14
Cleaning Cemeteries $ 18.00
Total CemeteriM., 18.00
Miscellaneous—
Memorial Day Expenses-—
Flagn...., $ 1.44
Publishing' Financial Re
port .....$ 7.50
Supplies for Clerk.. $ .50
Total Miscellaneous $ 9.44
Total Paympnts $3,249.58
SUMMARY* OF OPERATIONS
BY FUNDS
Balance January 1, 1310
(Clerk's) $1,703.69
Receipts During Tear.. ... 3,442.63
Total Receipts and Rala&ce..$H,146.32
Payments During Year $3,249.58
Balancb, December $1, 134#,
(Clerk's) $1,896.74
Outstanding Warrants, De
cember 31, 1940 $ 263.45
Balance in Depository. De
cember SI, 1940.,,, ,,,,.$2,160.19
C. B) Lindimore, and' family*'.
Raymond Collins of Canton visit
ed at his parents' home. Mr. and
Mrs. Harley Collins, over the week
end.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cohagan spent
Sunday at the home of Frank Dobbs
Mf. and Mrs. Tom Bell and
daughter of Columbus were callers
at the home ol Robert Dairy
in pie
.Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Seyler and son
Gale were Sunday callers at the
home of C» B. Lindimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gopnrtian
and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gossman
spent Sunday afternoon and evening
the home of Harley Collins.
In spite of the cold weather Sun
day, a large crowd attended Sunday
school. A total of 67 was present.
Mrs. Mary Lewis of this place has
returned to her home, after several
weeks illness at the Bethesda hos
pital.
Miss Betty Jane Morrow visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Watts and
family of CrooksviI16, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Christie of
Coshocton, spent the week end at
the home of George Lamb, and fam
ily.
Edward Lewis who is employed at
Cleveland, spent the week end with
his family here.
Rowland
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Reeder of Mc
Connelsville spent Thursday at Web
Anderson's.
Delmar Wilson and Price Bruner
Were Zanesville visitors, Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bruner were
Sunday dinner guests at Lee Wil
son's.
Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Lawrence and
children spent the week end in
Cleveland, the guest of James Wil
son and family,
Mary Jean Sines is a victim of
mumps.
Mrs. John Lawrence received
word that her brother, Clair Wilson,
Pittsburgh, Pa., has been called
for military training, and left Feb
11 for Camp Meade, Md.
STATE OF OHIO
JOSEPH T. FERGUSON,
Auditor of State
Bureati of Inspection and Supervision
of Public Offices
ANNUAL REPORT
of the Clerk of the
VILLA(iK OF Mr( 0\.M".l,SVILLE
Iopgi»n County, Ohio
For the Fiscal Year Ending
December 31, 1940
Population, 194 0 1895
McConnelsville, Ohio,
January, 1941.
hereby certify the following report
to be correct.
ALICE MOODY,
Village Clerk.
SCHHinri.K A-I
Summary of Fund iiu In ••--*, Receipt*
and Expenditures*
Balance Jan. 1—
General Fund $ 3,047.99
Auto License Street Re
pair Fund 554.31
Gapolinc Tax Street Re
pair Fund 1,412.36
Street Improvement Fund. 1,187.46
Totals General Village
Funds $ 6,202.12
Bond Retirement Fund ... 2,458.83
of All
Grand Totals
F.mds (Clerk)..
V.'ater Works Fund,.
Receipts—
$ 8,6fi0.rr,
$ 4,530.91'
General Fund..
Auto License Street
i-air Fund
Gasoline Tax Street
pair Fund
Slreet Improvement Fund
Re-
.$ 8,460.45
1,618.04
Re-
2,854.00
2,503.91
Totals General Village
Funds $15,436 ?,
lionet Retirement Fund ... 3,240.87
Grand Totals of All
Funds (Clerk) $18,077.21
Water Works Fund $ 8,733.76
Expenditures-
General Fund ...$ 7,930.18
Auto License Street Re*
pair Fund 1,987.15
Gasoline Tax Street Re
pair Fund 3,872.11
Street Improvement Fund. 3,611.52
Total* General Village
Funds $17,400.96
Bond Retirement Fund ... 4,040.07
Grand Totals of All
Funds (Clerk) $21,441.03
Water Works Fund $11,766.30
Balance Dec. 31—
General Fund $ 3,578.20
Auto License Street Re
pair Fund 185.20
Gasoline Tax Street Re
pair Fund 394.25
Street Improvement Fund. 79.84
Totals General Village
Funds $ 4,237.55
Bond Retirement Fund $ 1,659.63
Grand Totals ©f All
Funds (Clerk) 9 B,897.18
Water Works Fund $ 1,498.36
Outstanding Warrants ....$ 2,436.16
Treasurer's Cash Balance.$ 6,673.71
Sinking1 Fund Trustees
Cash Balance $ 1,659.63
Total Cash Balance, De
cember 31. 194 0 $8,333.34
S IIEIJIM3 B-I
Summary of Receipts
Property Taxes—
General Fund $ 4,776.30
(Bond Retirement and Sink
ing Funds 2,865.77
Total Property Taxes ..
Cigarette Tax.
State Motor Vchicle Tax..
©asoline Tax
$ 7,642.07
$ 179.01
1,618.04
12,854.00
$ 417.25
$ 47.65
850.00
Total Inheritance Tax..
Sales Tax
State Beer License Fees.,
Total Licenses and Per
mits,
Total Special Assess
ments
Fines and Cost#
Rents and Interest—
$ 22.00
$ 1 6 8 1
$ 5 5 0
General Village Funds ..
Returned to Bond Retire
ment Fund
1,126.00
$ 12.50
Total Rents and Inter
est $ 1,
Malconta Post $
Street Improvement Fund,
Elections
Buildings (Town Hall, etc.)
138.50
100.00
Sewer Rentals $2
Total Miscellaneous Fees,
Sales and Charges $
Malta Fire Protection $
Accrued Interest on Note..$
,503.90
72.10
260.00
3.90
SniEDULp B-TT
Summary of Kxpendiiore*
General Government—
Legislative (Council
General Executive 1,
288.00
167.39
23.61
462.28
Total Genera! Govern
ment.' 1,944.28
Protection to Person and
Property-
Police I 9 1 2 0 0
Fire 521.66
Total Protection to Per
son and Property
Health—Total y
Total Sanitation..
Charity, Etc.—
Workmen's Compensation $
Rest Room •$
Examination .$
Total Highway*.... ....$
New Construction and Equip
ment, etc... •$
Siren.........
eights on Monument ...«...$
Christmas Lights..
Accrued Interest on Notes,•»»$
Total Miscellaneous.. .¥t$
Total Interest
Bonds and Loans Paid-
Bond Retirement and Sink
ing Funds $
Interest Returned to Sinking1
ing
Fund..,»
1,494.66
231 92
637.80
185.71
30.00
150.62
5,796.42
6,324.73
6.00
i 9.72
20.54
3.90
614.66
1,027.57
3,000.00
12.50
Grand Total JSxpenaitures ,.$21,441.03
Unionville
Catches Six Hawks, An Owl And
Opossum On Same Stump
Fred Singree is still claimed tho
champion hawk killer of this vicin-
ity, having killed six hawks, and
one owl. All were caught in traps
placed on top of a stump on his*
farm. Some measured more than
50 inches from tip to tip oil wings*
His latest catch from that- .utumiv
was an opossum that concluded to
help the hawks finish the remains
of the chicken that was made fast
to the top of the stump. Fred1
promptly released Mr. "Possum" and
from the looks of opossum's ^eyes
and his hasty retreat from the
scene evidenced that he would'
not return to the scene,
but
Would
get his eats elsewhere.
Telephone Owners Notice
All phone owners of the Little
Creek telephone line are requested
to attend the annual meeting at tha
George Schimmel home, Friday er
ening, Feb. 14, at 7 o'clock.
Most all pupils were back to their
classes at the local school, Monday.
No new cases of mumps or flu having
developed at this date, Monday.
Harry Bozman of McConnelsville
was a business visitor at his farm
here, Monday.
Ray Barnes, who has had a ''swell
time" entertaining the mumps the
past week, returned to school at
Reinersville, Monday.
Watch your subscription date.
KOTICE OP HEARING FOB
PAROLE
Mansfield, Ohio,
February 6, 1941.
IVoT" 38874, Robert Horner, a pris
oner now confined in the Ohio State
Reformatory, Mansfield, Ohio, ad
mitted from Morgan county, Case
No. 2856, Doc. No. J, convicted'
5-20-40, of the crime of burglary
and larceny, and serving a sentence
of 1 to 15 years, is eligible for a
hearing before the Ohio Pardon and
Parole Commission on or after
April 1st, 1941.—OHIO PARDONT
and PAROLE COMMISSION, A. C.
Forsyth, Parole and Record Clerk.
13f2
NOTICE OP FILING ACCOUNTS
The State of Ohio, Morgan County,.
In Probate Court
Whereas, accounts and vouchers
have been filed in the office of this
Court by the Administrators or Ex
ecutors of tho following deceased
persons, to-wit:
Raymond A. A. Stoneburner, ex
ecutor of the estate of Rutha Stone
burner Harry Cook, and the First
Trust and Savings Bank of Zanes
ville, O., executors of the estate of
Lee Humphrey Alta White, admin
istratrix of the estate of W. J.
White Caroline L. Weaver, admni
ibtratrix of the estate of George
Weaver Carrie Smith Cooper, as ad
ministrator of the estate of Sooy
Smith Arley E. Johnson, as admin
istrator of the estate of John J.
Johnson Russell Richardson, as ex
fvutor of the estate of Emma
Richardson.
Notice is hereby given that said
accounts and vouchers are now on
file in the ofTice of said Court, being
suspended for confirmation, and per
sons interested In said accounts or
any item thereof, may file written
exceptions thereto, at least five days
prior to the 3rd day of March,
1941, when the same will be heard
and continued from day to day un
til finally disposed of.
ARTHUR TORBERT,
6f3 Probate Judge.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Estate of Helen Kuntz, deceaseds
Notice is hereby given that A. W.
Miller of McConnelsville, Ohio, has
been duly appointed administrator
of the estate of Helen Kuntz, de
ceased, late of Morgan county, Ohio.
Dated this 29 th day of January,
1941.
ARTHUR TORBERT,
Probate Judge of Said County.
A. B. Mercer, Attorney* 6f3
SHERIFFS SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
State of Ohio, MorK«a f'oumtji
Common Pleas Court
The Miller Undertaking and Furniture
Company, an Obk Corporation,
Plaintiff.
Vfik
Ernest D. Norris, Defendant.
Case No. fif72
In pursuance of an Order of Sal© In
the above entitled action, I will offer
for sale at public auction at the door
of the courthouse in McConnelsville,
Morgan County, Ohio, on Monday, the
10th day of March, 1941, at 11 o'clock
A. M., the following described real es
tate:
Situated in the County of Morgan,
State of Ohio, and in tho Township of
Deerfleld, to-wit: Being the East half
of the Northeast quarter of Section
Nine (9), Town Nine (9), and Bange
Thirteen (13), and containing Eighty
three (83) acres, more or less.
Said premises appraised at $1,400.00
and cannot be sold for less than two
thirds ef that amount.
Terms of Sale: Caslu
RAY DOAK,
Sheriff of Morgan County, Ohio.
A. B. Mercer, Attorney. 6f5
SHERIFF'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
State of Ohio, Morgan Coaaty,
Common Pica* Court
Gale Kuntz, Plaintiff
vs.
Ifary Kuntz, et al, Defendants
Case No. 6671
In pursuance of an Order of Sale in
the above entitled action, I will offer
for sale at public auction at the door
of the courthouse in McConnelsville,
Morgan County, Ohio, on Monday, the
10th day of March, 1941, at 10 o'clock
A. M., the following described real es
tate:
Situated in the County of Morgan,
State of Ohio, and in the Township of
Morgan, to-wit: Belnr part of South
East quarter of Section Two (2),
Town Eleven (11), Range Twelve (12),
Zanesville Land District, Beginning at
South East corner of said Section Two
(2) Thence South 86* West Fifty and
58-100 rods. Thence north 14° East
Forty Eight and 48-100 rods. Thence
north 86° West Sixty-two and 85-100
rods to place of beginning. Thence
North 86" West Thirty-two and 60-100
rods to center of Barnesville road.
Thence North 11%* East Thirty and
85-100 rods. Thence South 86° East
Thirty-two and 60-100 rods. Thence
South 11%° West Thirty and 85-100
ods to place of beginning and con
taining Six and twenty eight one
hundredth (fi 28-100) acres.
Said premises appraised at $1,400.00
and cannot be sold for less than two
thirds of that amount.
Terms of Sale: Cash.
RAY DOAJT,
Sheriff of Morgan County, Ohii
A. B. Mercer, Attorney,
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