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The Chatham courier. (Chatham, N.Y.) 1907-1967, July 15, 1908, Image 2

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• —V--V\— AND KERN Disbursements. Salaries' {Teachers. iM. B. Hillogas S S S R 'J :. Cook » Mary E. Smith Louise-. E. Fanc'her ' Mary E. Pond Anna Kelly \~C. May Bullard 'Annio I. Kirkland ...,.1.. Beozie C. Connor ........ •jOltt'e Greene Clara L. Cranston .Angelina E. Schilling Florence L. Belding ' Ethel M. Hall „ Marg&ret V. Poarse Florence H. WpntVbrth .. NIGHT SESSION HELD DENVER IN r •- - ^—>. * • Chooses Twice-Defeated 'Iir a^ Nebraskan's Running Mate -'\V-\.' : and Adjourn . '.• 11 ' one turbulent session that last- ation the record Iwcaking display, of \\J* 1 WW breaking and Wednesday afternoon. The-.sc'one with- r^^''Wdedr v \vitK. tne.ndffllnatlon. of •WiH^m in\'-the nmptttrentre at-thai moment was;] i , 'jrra %S6j ^i>\ Bryan' fofTtasIdent, and a a.^strrring-ono^'\ £s the actual-nomlna- &tj./guiet af ter£§6iTse3&iott- that resufteul in tlon was declared the assemblage arose iftonxniajion of John; Wo'rtlf'Kej'u waving -flags, haifdkeVchiofs, vetrepa* ^3^rs^By^lndiana for iVice-Bresicle'nt, ihe -pervha.ts and.coats, anything and ev- convention ended erything which haqds could lay upon, i ^&i^Sf 'iakbbrs- on- Friday; % It had conv- to wav6£. aloft oiT'Jiqrl into .the air, ..jp.-^- .ticlcetj. say3, the New. \Torl^ while a bodlain ,oi sound pOured\ont s w r a 3 conristeht, at any rate from the/e^lO;000 throats, in exultant ^ior^a maiijtwice defeated for the Sere's- yells catcalls and -warwno'op9 with \the ^iipadeney was at the head-jof it,'and'a' added^jk-of - shrieking, horns, the roar 1 ^?*i^'tw'ioe l i defeated for Governor of of megaphones, and the strains of the iaj */state\was at the tail of it. i ^ band\'j£laying. an exultant, anthem. %5^%^dnly- the xelnctance ofi .the New., When for a moment order could be. > 'to present a candidate obtained State •after* State which hadJ A; 20rvflecond place on the Bryan ticket recorded Votes for JohnsoU.or {JrayJ The following statement was made to by^^Mr. Bryan when it 4.34 a. m., he unite received announcement of his nomina- js^gwj»r.'»-- _ V - who tion^ aath'e tt .candidate' of the Democrat- ^^^•Sanld lend-prtstige \o the tibfcetf to tiro it party lo^-president:' -\ '• .. ^ | \Thg ionor is the highest official -'; . * Place Went Begging, position, in . the w_erld and no one sUte.*facts; the Vice Presidential occupying H can afford to have his for many * lew » u _P o n P n }> llc ^Ofions biased. T>y |^ia^jy.'^*y^'lltlio^& thera\ was a _sup.erabun . 500.00 . . 500.00 . 500.00 .* -450.00 . 400.0Q 45.00 40.00 30.00 $8,415.00 Librarian, F. L. Westover.'.'.$• 495.Q0 I Janitor,\ H/Do Moradville..70CH08 Truant Officer, H. Do Moran- - ville^-. .,c».. . itlO.OO Census Enumerator, 1907 and 1808, B. De MoranttUe..... 40.00 Clerk, F. I. Park 125.00 Inspectors of Election. V-oucher 19, Homer Cran- dell • $ 1.50 »Voucher 20, Cornelius- Shu- , felt 1.50 .$1,700.00 . 800.00 . 650.00 . 050:00 \ 650.00 . 500.00 . 500.00, .' 500.00- Cleaning. $ 011.00 5.40 • 3.06 •Insurance?- „ Voucher '59, H. N. Park... .'$ 30.00 Voucher. 146, £. I & H. N. Pnrlj *•.--£..\..\. 137.75 t'~- ' • $ 107.75 Buildings rind Grounds. Voucher 10, W., H.. Wal- - . . ^ace . 40.80 Youoher }t, W.\ H. VE'al- •~ Ta'ca\ .,..:r.r.>•...\ ~ 75.90 Afouclier W> S. B.' Wijliams 73.5p 'V-tmcier 21, Jdhii B. Traver.' 2.15 Voucher 32, O.'M. Whyland so* : \i :. 20.11. Voue'Eer\93 O. M. Whyland .t^J?6n , .....J 320.00, Voucher'53, Borighfr. lium- . ber'.Co. 83.10 Voucher 54, -Chas. N. Gard­ ner 49.78 Vouchor 82, A.' W, .Bail *&' ' Son. . • ! • Voucher J.-1C, Mrs. W.A. Pu> ve? .'...-. .^00 Voucher 123, Mary Freeman 4.50 Voucher 124, Mary Barton.. 4.5Q, Voucher, 125, Bessie Jackson 4.50 Voucher 126, Grace Coffin , ^ 4.50 Voucher 127, Carrie. \Kittle! 4.50 Voucher 128, Htjward Kittle 3.00 Voucher 12.0, Ned Hav .... 3.00 Voucher 130, Mrs. W. E. Fowler v. 2,25 Vojicher-131, BS BSIO JSckson* -' 1.50. Voucher i32, Carrie \Kittle ' 1.50 Vouchor 133; Ned Hay «Voucher 134, Howard EJ'ttte Voucher •135,<Oraco' Ceffin-v. Voucher ISO^Mnrji B &cton... Voucbeij 137, Mary Piper ., ^Voucher. 138, Mrs. Wmr Pul; Voucher 139, Mrs. Win. Fow- ' ler *..: ~, « v -»u- - ~* ; . (jr^ifcer-aSS, Wm. KPowlet 81, F.' B'.'Pratt! I.\.* ' 32.53 • Voucher;^34,-Mrs.\ Wm. Pul,- 117, Chas. Leigh „- . *00> *' V JSS; *• y 4 V V-^Z?*i&;kr present\ such \and such- a a candidate, for Te-election. but that the candidate \™> I s - » nomination as purely yfftlagram.t'o bis b: ^_ , _ _ t.W.\ b« wmfld .be^satiseed with_ ffom on° Pe rson ^ r , a *>. w persons, but. * other candidate' W 6 *\^ 19 xank'and file acting freely In the convention without compulsion;\ Vou/sher 58, ReynoMs £ De .\ Long Co. 'Vencher Vouchor 117, Chas. Leigh Toucher IJ9, A.'T. FenoW 'M-S^ Voucher 121, S, B. Williams 18.48 Toucher 122;. Peter SVab .. 4.9fr Toucher 1\40 Boright Lum­ ber Co r 33.74 Voucher 143, Ha ram Furni­ ture Co. : 173^7 Voucher 144, H. A. Branion . 17^0 Voucher 148\ James F. - Welch ..: 50:89 Voucher 149, K. W. Seymour 16.00 VoucW-135, F, B. Pratt.. 19.G7 ToncW 239, W. H. Hous- man ' 3^5 Toucher 240, Sam'l. K^auf- . _ man .. ' 2.50 Voucher 241J JohnDardess &' Son \ Vouchef 244, F. B. Pratt... Voueher. 265, Warren P. Biser 6.01 23.92. Toucher 267, B. W. Sey- iuonr • ..'...*.... Toucher 268 j'Lawton & Haig'hf - Toiicher 328, Skinner & Arnold Go: Touoher 331, F. B. -Brafct^. 1.10 lsoa 30.19 .' 4.00 -45:30 Fnel. $1,22611 Voucher 5, M. MeC. Potter.^. 160JS9 Voucher 7, H. McC. Potter. 10.13 Voucher 10, A. B. Ford &.Co. ^159.76 Voucher 150fBL,McC. Potter 168^3 Toucher.200, H.McC. Potter. 142.00\ Toucher 247, A. B. Ford t Coj 23.50 - '$ 664.41 8.30 3.00 1.50 1.5Q • L5p * 2.24 .75 1.5b • Voucher 147, Mrs..Wm. Pul- ver *. 7^ •Voucher'102, Diustbape Mfg. Co.- * -io;oo tVou<!her'l53,'B6Ssie Jacksoli 1,50 Voucher ^154, •Rachel' Hoff-' ~ _ ' ' man Jk-50 • VoucJiex_lI5, V. Allen,'. ..^..8*6 Voucher -202,,A. W. Ball & ' Son h : 3.51 v,Voueher,-220,- Wat. i^wlpr-.,^- 6,75, Voueheri^, (Mrs. TEm. I'oW- ler,.,..'..,.....^. •„ -Touchei S2§f CJJarlatte-'Siup-\ L- Tj>Ie)fl5en'—.•r.T.. 1 w.«^ T i,. fii7« r Vqn^fert'229^ Lpuis Clprizi.. * 5,25 V!o&Si*er *2\30 Mrs-.c-fL^uis . Gfbnz' ... .„ .^j.. r-i .J,... v .^_ Toucher^\231 .j Bactel rljeff- man ««.»..»..,*.....,.,?.;. •Voucher232^ISa^c 1 Van. A1-* T styne-' . sent to, nun by personB describing thMr cgses\ ^ndHslliBg'Tiim, their symptoinsi Af^Ter thoroughly studying'eacli'case \lio> answers fho letter, explaining'the cause- •of each symptom and telling a sure w^iy tq .get \ge^and stropg.' He matoj^tha- patients understand, exactly- wift£tT\ails them and telU tliem ail .abbut thoir .them- and\ tells\ th5m. nil aboTilf their complaint and »al Ithis, is entirely free of charge.' \•TheyVstvvo the* expensff^fKj .a. trip to the city, have n<r fee to 'pay,; and .'hav3 ,.the.ben)Sfit of .the Best-m'edi- fcal-advice, arid consul,ta,tJon.. Tere%\aa. liip^Qrhin^Jo^y^u^-get^ell^re'ad'er^ ' you cSn-. either- accept ijr'rejeofcifcWbich Voucher SSSjJJBacS^l Hoff-: man ... . - .j... 1 . .'-^ * -r- • Voucher 236^ Mts. W,-Stup- plebeen ...... ............. To.ncher 237, ' Mrs.' Louis ~Clonz .*,..\ . Voucher 238, Isaac VanAt^^ styne '. •- .:, tTrTTT 1.'50 Voucher 245, Mrs. Louis Clonz I.56 Voucher 246> Rachel Hoff- man, t.,..^. 1.50.] Voucher 272, Rachel ' Hoff­ man ..'. 2.25, Tpucher 297,- A. W. Ball- & \ - Son— T::r:rr::r^:rrrr.r: , —r-trTfrfl Voucher 331, F> B..Pratt,... Vonche* v 332, Beyndlda & Do Long Co. ;/ . '$ «158A9. Commencement. », '.' * wj . Voudie)Ci318, E. H; Peafee^. '..L50 !1 Voucaer 319; JJCethodistEpis- ' ,copal. Church'.. 7.V. i,. , • • 5.00j Voucher 323, Jbhn-Sharp.. 1.5.0 ' Voucner 324, W. Ashley\...... . 1.50 -Voucher 325, Ei-Mtlrray—--1,50 Voucher 330, J. W>. Darrow 7.00- Toiichee 332, Reynolds &'De .'s Lang Co. A.,,.••«*».. 6.03. V«uctier^320y Kin'gmaai-Sros. •' 28J6 J» 52: Telephone. ~ V.oucEer 22, Chatbam. Co-ajp- leraiivo Tel. Co .-.$. Tonther;T7, ; Chatham Co-»p- *' etatK-e; Tel. Co. *,...;...'. Zi 2-25 :By ordotf Finance Committee of .the Board of Education, 1 PRAKCIS t PARK, \Dist. Clerk. Everybody Talktag About It . Everybody-is talking about the great free p.P'er of Dr. Greene's, tho most successful specialist in curing nervous and- chronic 'diseases and who \discov­ ered that .wonderful medicine, Dr. Greene's l?ervurn blood and nervo rem­ edy. Hot makes \arspeoialty of treating patients through letter\ correspondence and jail, who^.aecepthis^offer v are asfinj ished' fal-ibe tmirvelous success*off this m\ethod. His.offfce- ie-^ff 9 West 14th St., New Tory city, \where Jie rece'w-es At. AJipwi t^^vi&f&sm. Inc. -8 and 33ibfe'SBqSse .f \.»3 i NEW TftXRK J: RAIN COATS AI^^Nf^ ana Qarofiflly examines every, letter Af VfirvWeonabletitice^Gat sent to,him by persons describing thtfr .. ApJ?^^??!?WJES,-^ canes- an^'-teniBg^i^ ffieuf symptoms, j ra^e^ aiUpwea x -to r QUt-or-to.wn. 4 1& Exchange Stabks customers,, dome, and see. mej m^Albajay. ^- '* , '* . ,s. • ^President Suspenders _ -1-c 'Blac^ Sateen Shir£s J f 44c yew-Spring Feoltwelfr ~$0e 416-418 Brofc^way^^lbsi'xiy .»••- '—Trr* ' •\b;-Wiff , > vou canvexther'a^ceptlpr-rejeotitvwnjicn i . _^ i. . t - * >• v> • . I < v**V ;••<'-» 'r^:i^**-tf'-lv%rP m ^6 .OS Piss p HP

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