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]P_C_-E 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT YHURSDAY, FINANCIAL STATEMENT -- OF BIG STONE COUNTY, MINNESOTA For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1921 OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR BIG STONE COUNTY, MINNESOTA Ortonville, Minnesota. January 3, 1922 1he Honorable Board of County Commissioner: of Big Stone County. IGmgtlemen :-- I heqeewith submit a statement of the receipts and disbursements of Big Stone County for eal year ending December 31, 1921, together with a statement of the assets and liabilities batanees in County funds on said day. Respectfully submitted, Auditor of Big Stone County, Minnesota. Auditor&apos;s Trial Balance At Close of Business, December 31, 1920. Debit Credit Debit Credit Accounts. Totals. Totals. Balance. Balance. Treasurer .............................................. $ 628,682.53 $ 565,700.81 $ 62,981.72 Ikwamnt Account .............................................. 565.700.81 641,142.05 75,441.24 ad Penalties ...................................... 348,038.89 348,503.47 5,464.58 I/usury levenue ................................................ 42,408.02 48,059.61 5,651.59 ]rWar Fund .......................................................... 3,679.66 6,499.76 2,820.10 and Bridge Fund ................................ 207,232.56 174,183.32 33,049.24 Fund ...................................................... 45,764.05 39,699.70 6,064.35 tion Fund ............................................ 3,229.97 3.437.15 207.18 1 Fund (Districts) ................................ ]55,826.53 155.826.53 v City and Village ................................ 75,185.75 75,185.75 lidental Fund . ............................................... 1.046.89 1,000.00 46.89 :Revenue and School ............................ 65,829.50 55,829.50 mBmte Lands and Interest ................................ 2,197.56 2.197.56 SlAte 'LoansState Loans ................................ 12,798.85 21,527.55 8,728.70 /nl2z Bonds, Interest .................................. 1,200.85 1,387.08 186.23 8mRin Fund .................................................... 3,000.73 5,956.41 2.955.88 age Registry Tax .................................. 4,516.70 5,103.60 586.90 GFY&ngent Fund, Co. Attorney .................... 100.00 100.00 2ue Funff 300.00 300.00 "rlher.s' ,Insurance and Rat, Fund ............ 576.96 576.96 Tot ........................................................... $2,162,216.81 $2,162,216.81 $102.142.20 $102,142.20 A00r's Trial Balance December 31, 1921. f Debit Credit Accounts. Totals. Totals. ]Treasurer ............................................ $ 647,612.11 $ 591,388.21 IbaJmta Account ............................................ 591,388.21 668,072.96 and Penalties ........................................ 370,154.64 384,904.46 Revenue ................................................ 43,643.29 47,096.85 Fund ............. : .............................................. 5,568.96 5,612.35 and Bridge Fund .................................... 230,003.96 205,129.53 24,874.43 Fund ........................................................ 25,386.70 11,584.71 13,801.99 JhmlemPtion Fund .............................................. 466.40 645.92 hlol Fund (Districts) ................................ 181.450.61 181,450.61 , City and Village ................................ 90,120.45 90,098.65 21.80 ]taeSdentai Fund ................................................ 1,268.38 1.200.00 68.33 Revenue and School ................................ 52,445.99 52,445.99 e .Lands and Interest ................................ 910.76 910.76 ,,'ste Loans ...................................................... 17,638.27 24,516.62 Bonds, Interest ................................. 18,792.41 10,003.73 8.788.68 inlki-n g Fund .................................................... 11,030.80 11,984.34 bagage Registry Tax .................................... 2,623.58 3,214.83 gtnnt Fund-County Attorney ............ 100.00 200.00 lm,ers" Ins. & Ret. Fund .......................... 768.82 78.32 nd Fish License Fund ........................ 576.00 576.00 "Total .............................................................. $2,291,819.84 $2,291,819.84 $103,779.18 At Close of Business. Debit Credit Balance. Balance. $ 56,223.90 $ ?6,684.75 14,749.82 8,453.56 43.89 179.52 6,878.35 983.54 691.25 100.00 15.00 $103,779.18 COUNTY TREASURER'S ACCOUNT. MORTGAGE REGISTRY TAX FUND. Debit. ]Iblane on hand January 1, 1921 $ 62,981.72 Receipts. ons 584.630.39 Balance on hand Jan. I 1921 ....... $ 586.90 ------ Collections during year 1921 ............ 2.627.93 'Total ............................... . ............... $647.612.11 Credit. paid during year 192L...$591,388.21 hand Jan. 1, 1922 ............ 56,223.90 /"otal ................................................ $647,612.11 WARRAITS ACCOUNT Receipts '" andilg warrants, Jan. 1. 1921_$ 75,441.24 rants issued during 1921 .......... 502,631.72 Total ................................................ $668,072.06 Disimrcements. lants paid during Year 1921 ........ $591,388.21 nTaats "outstanding Jan. 1, 1922 76,684.75 otai ............................................... $668,072.96 Outstanding Warrants. County Revenue Fund ................. $ 707.24 k [an Poor Fund ...................... 580,80 m Mod' and Bridge Fund ............... 48,5.89  Fund ................................... 23.88.72 ] iu)ol District Fund ................... 2,147.24 ]m Town, City and Village Fund ......... 86 ] Incidental Fund ............................ 9.24 h :Httte Revenue and School Fund :61  (unty Bond Interest Fund ......... 43 Jlortge Registry Tax ................ 8.70 - tal ............................................... $ e,684.76 TAX LICTIONS mt TaX ltnd. Disbursements. March Settlement . ............................... $ 986.95 June Settlement .................................. 717.33 November" Settlement% .......................... 810,05 Warrants Issued .................................. 9.25 Balance on hax, d Jan. l. 1922 ............ 691.25 Total ..., ............................................ $ 3.214.83 Commissioners' Salaries and mile- age .................................................... 1.837.00 Justice Curt expenses .................... 15.15 Municipal Court expenses ................ 219.28 District Cout expenses .................... 3,528.86 Probate Ccurt expenses .................... 332.00 Miscellaneous fees .............................. 179.15 Jail and Prisoners ................................ 324.68 Court House and Grounds ................ 1.437.76 Books. blanks, stationery and sup- 1 lies .................................................. 2.502.45 Publishing .............................................. 1.947.50 Wolf bounties ........................................ 57.00 Miscellaneous ........................................ 4.131.85 Total ................................................ $ 36.343.29 Re fundments. E. R. Gerber .................................... $ 8.93 Dan Sherman ........................................ 83 G. A. Powell ....................................... 4t Se o J' FoshurghHUSelid ........................................ 11"74.64 Martin Larkin ...................................... 2.96 Total ............................................... $ 16.51 Board of Audit. Hayden French. serving 14 days.,..$ 42.00 A. V. Randall. serving 8 days .......... 24.00 Nels Lundberg. serving 14 days and mileage ............................................ 50.00 Total ................................................ $ 116.00 Board of Equalization. J. F. Geeuty. Commissioner 1st Dis- triet, mileage and per diem.._...$ 13.00 K. G. Knudson Commissioner. 2nd District, mileage and per diem. 14.20 Ole I. Steen. Commissioner. 3rd Dis- trict, mileage and per diem ........ 10.80 Otto Meybrs. 4th District. mile- age and per diem ........................ 9.20 Nels Lundberg, Commissioner, 5th District, mileage and pet' diem. 10.60 Total ................................................ $ 57.80 Assessors" Mileage and Per Diem. N. A. Warring, Browns Valley Twp. and Beardsley Village .............. P. A. Hanratty, Toqua Twp. and Barry Village .............................. Wm. Belgarde. Graceville Twp ......... Wm. Flemming, Moonshine Twp. and Johnson Village .................. A. W. Carlson, Malta Twp ............. R. D. Martinson. Amond Twp ..... Ed. Spalinger. Prior Twp ................. Oscar Olson. Otrey Twp ................. L. S. Hanson, Artichoke Twp ......... D. Barr, Akron Twp ................... R: J Rand, Odessa Twp. and Vil- lage .................................................... A. C. Anderson. Ortonville Twp. and City ........................................ Robert E. Horner. Graceville Village L. A. Larson. Clinton Village ....... P. D. Vaughan. Correll Village ........ Total ................................................ $ Interest and Warrants. Mankato State Bank. Mankato ........ $ First National Bank. OrtonvHle ...... Citizens' National Bank, OrtonviIle Big Stone County Bank, Graeville.. Graeeville State Bank, Graeeville .... First National Bank. Beardsley ........ Total ................................................ $ Election Expenses. B. A, Smith, carrying Gem Election supplies .............................................. $ L. F. Woods, pocuring ballots, Gen. election ............................................ Chas. E. Hudson. carrying Can. Elec- tion returns .................................. E. N. Cenfield, procuring ballots and carrying returns .................. J. J. Martinson. procuring ballots and carrying returns ............... Total ................................................ $ Births and Deaths. D. M. O'DonnelL city of Ortonville $ Gee. MaeMurphey, city of Orton- ville .................................................. E. Scheibe. OrtonviHe Twp ............. Chas Kraft. Akron Twp ..................... John Rodengen, Artichoke Twp ..... B. H. Smith. Big Stone Twp ......... Win. Roberts, GraeeviHe Twp ........ Win. McDonnell. Graceville Village J. W. Ginnaty, Graeeville Village R. Menzel, Ode.sa Twp ..................... C. P. Shellenbarger, Odessa Village Leonard Kollitz. Odessa Village .... Fred Z. Piper, Prior Twp ................. J. J. Martinson. Almond Twp ......... J$ts. Fermoyle. Barry Village ............ Wm. Nash. Toqua Twp ..................... C. A. Prevey. Browns Valley Twp. C. A. Prevey, Beardsley Village .... E. N. Cenfield, Malta Twp ................. J. M. Gheren, Johnson Village ........ Nels Pearson, Otrey Twp ............. L. F. Woods, CorreH Village ............ H. A. Hewltt, Clinton Village ...... May Winger, Johnson Village ........ Tc.tal ................................................ $ SALARIES County Auditor's Office. A. V. Randall. County Auditor ........ $ 2.500.00 Dena B. Hudson, Deputy Auditor .... 1.620.00 Mabel Norman, Clerk ........................ 111.00 ........... Manriee Randall. Clerk .................... 25,00 Total ................................................ $ 3.214.83 Total ................................................ $ 4.256.00 County Treasurer's Office. W, T. Utley, County Treasurer ....$ 2,500.00 Mabel Norman, Clerk ........................ 600.00 Total ................................................ $ 3,109,00 Warrants Issued. Big Soue Co. Bank, Graeeville. refund of overcharge .............. $ 3.00 Co. Treas. of Swift County, Swift Co. share of mortgage tax .... 6.25 Total ................................................ $ 9.25 COUNTY REVENUE FUND. Debit. Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1921 ........ $ 5.651.59 Mare Settlement : ............................... 5.805.68 June Settlement .................................. 11,809.40 November Settlement ......................... 9A69.37 Transferred from Co. Attorney's contingent ftind ........................... 100.00 Transferred from Road and Bridge fund .................................................. " 5,000.00 Transferred from Poor fund ............ 1,900.00 Transferred from St. Lon fund.... 4,350.00 Transferred from Sinking fund .... 1.000,00 Interest on Deposit ............................ - 1,810.44 Inheritance Tax (due State) ............ 621.66 Counties share of Inheritance Tax, July 1, 1920 to July 1, 1921 .... 16.26 Fines ........................................................ 144.00 Auetioneers Licenses ...................... 30.0.0 Premium on Court House bond ....... 75.00 ][eeipts. ]tmsce on hand Jan. I, 1921 ........ $ 5,447.91 lecliOnS, interest and peualty.... 673,200.02 Refund on wolf bounties .................. 64.50 Refund of overpayment--premium Total ............................................... $378,647.97 on insurance policy .................... 15.88 Refund of overpayment to sheriff for board of prisoners .................... 16.00 Disbursements, Warrant cashed under See. 6072, Settlement .............................. $ 79,260.47 General Laws of 1913 ................ 6.54 Settlement ................................. 162,087.19 1 pad legal cap paper ........................ 1.00 ber Settlement ........................ 122,851.15 ats issued refund of over. Total ................................................ $ ehare)' .......: .................................... 1.00 E2ane on hand Jan. I, 1922 .......... 14,442.16 Credit Warrants issue during year 1921 $ 36,343.29 "Tcrta] ................................................ $378,647.97 Tansferred to Co. Attorney's Con. tiagent fund " 100.00 Transferred to Incidental Fund ........ 1,200.00 :DELINQUEN'.TAX FUND, Transferred to St. Loan Fund ........ 3.000,00 . __ Transferred to Sinking Fund ............ 3,000.00 Balance on hand Jan. 1. 1922 ............ 3,453.6 Receipts. IllUmes on hand Jan. l, 1921 ........ $ 16.63 Total ................................................ $ 47,096.85 f',dlecttons during year 1921 ............ 6.239.86 "Total ................................................ $ 6,256.49 Disbursements, Refundmenta ...i ...................................... $ 16.51 Board of Audit .................................... 119.00 Diursements, Board of Equalization ........................ 57.80 ............................... $ 1,265.84 /keirs' M ilge and Per Diem 8.30' .................................. o680.69 Intel#t. on Warrgts .................  ..... .15 Settlement .2 ................. ... ,052.40 ieetion Expense ............................. 9.10 on hgnd January 1, 192'2 307.66 ReDo..s of Bhths and Deaths ........ 105,00 Salsrl and Clerk Hire ............... 18,009,87 -Total ......................................... $ 6,255.49 Moth' Pensions ............................. 1,424.00 Office of Judge of Probate. R, B. Hudson. Probate Judge'. ........... $ Mabel Norman, Clerk ........................ H. M. Carlson, Clerk ............................ Total ......................  ........................ $ 1,550.00 40.00 8.00 1,598.00 "Clerk of Court. Hayden French, Clerk of Court ........ $ 982.25 Sheriff, John Gowan, Sheriff ............................ $ 1,000.00 Jailor. John Gowan, Jailor ....................... :$ 540.00 County Attorney. COUNTY COMMIKSIONERS SALARY AND MILEAGE. J. F. Geenty, Commissioner 1st Dis- trict ................................................. $ 373.00 K. G. Knudson. Commissioner 2nd District ............................................ 387.80 Ote I. Stcen. Commissioner, 3rd Dis- triet ................................................ 347.20 Otto Meyers, Commissioner 4th Dis- trict ............................................... 332.20 Nel Lundberg, Commissioner 5th District ........................................... 396.80 Total ................................................ $ 1.837.00 JUSTICE COURT. James Blair. Justice fee in case of Haugen girl ........................... .$ C. W. Wheeler. Justice fee in Gust Rothi ease .................................... - J. C. Lyttleton. meals for prisoners. Elmer Linard and Louis Mc- Nevin ................................................... Total ................................................ $ Witness Fees Rose Buller, grand jury witness.._$ Dr. Otto Bergan, grand jury and state witness ................................ Wesley Bender, state witness ........ Chas. Bolsta, grand jury witness .... Frank Chase. grand jury and state witness ............................................ Amelia Drenner. state witness ........ F. J. Doerner. grand jury witness Mrs. Leslie Green. state witness .... Edna Grant. grand jury and state witness ............................................ Claude Gowan. grand jury witness T. M. Helgeson, grand jury witness 3.44 Martin Haugen, grand jury witness and state witness ........................ 7.60 Mrs. Fannie Haugen. grand ury and state witness ........................ 7.60 Myrtle Haugen, grand jury and state witness ................................ 7.60 Wm. Hobbs. grand jury witness ........ 8.00 5.30 K. G. Knndson. grand jury witness B. R. Kern. grand jury witness ........ L. A. Larson. grand jury witness 6.85 Adolf Leehner. grand jury witness Ben Martinson. state witness ........ Mike Martinson. state witness ........ 3.00 Rhoda Plummer. grand jury and state witness ................................ 15.15 E M. Plummer, rand jury and state witness ................................ D. Sipes, grand jury witness ............ Frank Stutler. rand jury witness J. H. Whitfield, grand jury and state witness ................................ Anna Wheeler, rand jury and state witness ................................ 6.84 A. A. Zwiener, state witness ....... 3.12 Total ............................................... $ 163.92 PROBATE COURT. Jhn Gowan. Sheriff, expenses in the cases of Gustav Lindstrom. Thee. R. Lascar. Otto Drewien, Emil Hanson md Lizzie Miley$ 183.30 Dr. Chas. Bolsta. examiner's fee. Gustav Linslrom and Lizzie Miley ........................................... 10.60 Dr. B. R. Karn. examiner's fee, Gustav Lindst rom. Thee. R. Loscar, John W. Johnson Emil Hanson, Lizzie Miley .............. 26.50 Dr. D. M. O'Donnell, examiner's fee, The<). R. Losear. Otto 12,00 Drewien, and John W. Johnson 15.90 Dr. H. J. Shelver. examiner's 86.20 fee, Otto Drewien and Emil 79.50 Hanson ............................................ 10.60 67.50 Treas. Ramsey Cunty, expenses and committment to School for 116.20 feeble minded (Myrns M. Hoff- man) ................................................ 75.00 Treas. Ramsey County. insanity of 66.30 Minnie Wellendor f .................... Dr. W. C. Kaufman, witness in case 10.00 of Emil Hanson ........................... 10.00 Total ................................................ $ 0,00 MISCELLANEOUS FEES. 30.00 Dr. B. R. Karn, coroner, fees in cases of" Chas. Twitchell. Hal- 38.00 vor Hanson. H C. Mathews. Helgeson baby, twin babies of Iura Sipes, Eddie Weidman, Hokan OIson. Grace Peterson and Chas. O'Berg ....................... $ 113.30 A. H. Stuges. Register of Deeds. recording deed. certificates of election and engineer's bond ........ 6:00 Hayden French. Clerk of Court. fee for Delinquenl Tax List .......... 59.85 Total ................... $ 179.15 MUNICIPAL COURT. Gee. MaeMurphey, expenses in cases of state vs. Laura Sipes, Gust Rothi. C. Lovaas, Floyd Ed- wards. Frank Berdan. Elmer Linard and Louis McNevin, F. G. Thompson and H. E. Wick....$ 153.72 John Gowan sheriff. Expenses tak- ing Laura Sipes to Hennepin County Jail ............................... 53.56 W. P. Mittelstadt. board of Otto Drewien. prisoner ........................ 6.50 W. P. Mittolstadt. meals for Jury. Thompson and Wicks ................ 5.50 Total ....................................  ........... $ 219.28 DISTRICT COURT. 7.20 (Miscellaneous Expenses.) 6.80 5.80 John T. Crippen. Bailiff .................... $ John Gowan. sheriff, serving jury 6.60 summons and subpoenas ............ 6.20 J' C. Gowan, Bailiff ........................ 5.00 Chas. E. Seofield, Bailiff .................... 5.90 G. L. lt. Tucker, court reporter dur- 5.00 ing year .......................................... 6.00 Katherine F. Sparrow, deputy clerk 5.80 of court .......................................... Korner Kafe. Meals for jurors ........ 4.80 Jas. B. OrmOnd. fee as attorney for Fraok Berdan ................................ 4.10 Geo. W. Beise. fee as attorney for ,6.00 Elmer Linard and L. McNevin 6.20 Cliff & Purcell, fee as attorneys for 5.80 Laura Sipes .................................. Chas. E. (hrisman. fee as attorney 87.20 for S. C. Kight ............................ John Gowan, Sheriff, trip to Mor- ris with Frank Berdan and trip to Browns Valley, Anthony Per- rin case .......................................... 2.75 R. G. Farrington, County Attorney, .35 expense to Morris, State vs. 1.02 Elmer Linard ned L. McNevin 5.24 .35 Hayden French,. Clerk of Court. .46 expense to Morris, State vs. El- .20 mar Linard and Louis McNevin 4.24 .... John Gowan, Sheriff, expense bring- 5.13 ing 1,aura Sipes from Henne- pin county jail to Ortonville 47.96 John Gowan. Sheriff. expense bring- ing Albertina Ansrud to Or- tonviite for trial ............................ 10.40 Mrs. John Gowan. care of Laura 2.40 Sipes during trial ...................... 17.50 ] 1.10 Total ............................................... $ 726.04 1.10 2.10 Petit Jurors, Mileage and Per Diem. Nat Anderson ...................................... $ 28.20 2.40 Albert Anderson .................................... 36.00 A. J. Anderson .................................... 6.80 9.10 J, A. Blackwelder ................................ 30.00 Christ Bottge ........................................ 50.80 Peter Bebrens ...................................... 29.60 Ward Brady .......................................... 35.20 Robert Carlson ..................................... 24.20 17.75 1. C. Clapp ............................................ 29.20 T. B. Deeds ........................................ 25.60 7.25 R. L. Dexter ........................................ 2.00 2.00 Ed. Dittes ............................................ 22.40 6.50 Gustav Ell ............................................ 22.00 4.75 S. L. Erickson .................................... 28.40 2.50 J. O. Finberg ........................................ 15.00 2.75 W. D. Gewan ..... " .................................. 36.40 17.75 A. E. Gongoli ........................................ 37.20 3,25 E. R. Gerber ........................................ 22.00 3.75 John Higgins ....................................... 20.00 1.00 Nels Hagevik ........................................ 36.40 1.25 Murle Hudson ........................................ 52.40 8.25 i-larry Hoxtell ....................................... 26.00 3.09 L. S. Hanson ....................................... 27.25 .50 Jens ]tIuselid 24.00 2.75 C. E. Hudson ........................................ 27.20 4.25 C. A. Johnson ..................................... 3.50 C. C. Johuson ........................................ 3.25 Albert Jacobsen .................................... 2.25 Freeman Johnson ................................ 1.75 C. (L Knudson .................................... .25 Peter Kohl ............................................ 4.25 David Lindholm .................................... .50 John Lestina ........................................ Victor Lewis .......................................... Ft. Larkin ........................................... 105.00 Ben Lysing .......................................... Andrew Larson .................................... A. J. McRae ........................................ Chas. Mathison .................................... Dan Mullin ................................. Hugo Menzel .................... M. J. Martinson ................................ RR. D. Martinson ................................ . J. MeRae ................ : ........................... Gee. Nelson ........................................ Swan P. Nelson ................................... -- -- J.J. O'Conner .................................. J. W. O'Leary ..................................... Stewart Peterson .............................. Iohn Parker ....................................... W. G. Poirier .................................... Peder N. Rygg .................................... Oscar Rodengen .................................... ---- Wm. Roberts ....................................... L. A. Reynolds ................................... B. Stegner. Jr ..................................... Steffen Seer ......................................... Will Sanders ....................................... S. M. Samuelson .................................... Albert Storeim Frank Swedlund ................................ Henry Skundberg ................................. Ray Steger .......................................... John Taffe ............................................ Christ Torgeson ................................ Harry Thompson ................................ John Voage ............................................ Ael Voage ............................................ 2" VanHorn .................................... . Wellendor f ................................ Kee Welch ............................................ Jos. Woiach ........................................ I. J. Woiaeh ........................................ Fred Woodard ...................................... Max Winter ........................................ Total ............................................... $ Grnmd Jurors, Mileage and Per Diem. R, G. Farrinton, County Attorney..$  1,800.00 Superintendent of Schools. Martha M. Rothwell, Supt. of Schools $1,700.00 CourI r. G. L. H. Tueker. r....$ 541.50 County . Agnes Rogoshasks, County Nurse..$ 500.00 Janitor. Ed. KalIberg, Janitor for Jan. and Feb ................................................... $ 170.00 W. L. Potter, Janitor, March to December, Inclusive .................... 850.00 Total .............................................. $ 1,020.00 Agricultural Agent. M. P. Roske, Agricultural Agent, salary and expenses .................. $ 1,472.12 Mother's Pension. Mrs. Mamie Bentz, Nov. and Dec...$ 50.00 Mrs. Corn Strucke, Jan. to Dee, inclusive .......................................... 300.00 Mrs. Lena Schwar, Marsh to De- camber, inclusive ........................ 150.00 Mrs, Hannah Kunter, February to December. inclusive .................... 85.00 Mrs.-Mrtie Burns, Jan. to Dee., inclusive .......................................... 420.00 Mrs. Katherine Voss. January to December," inclusive .................... 119.00 Total .......................................... $ See. Blank Bk. and Printing Co., 5.48 time checks, tax books, records, ete ..................................................... 34.72 Miller-Davis Co., blanks, settlement - 4.56 sheets, ledger sheets, etc ......... 1.12 Free Press Co.. county warrants, assessment books, mncad files, 7.00 etc ..................................................... 2.92 3.62 Total ................................................ $ 2.56 6.80 2.12 PUBLISHING AND Ortonville Journal ............................. $ Clinton Advocate ................................ Gracev;lle Enterprise ........................ Beardsley News .................................... E. R. Trebon 4.12 Total l.lz 2.56 13.52 2.68 WOLF BOUNTIES. 2.68 7.12 J. A. Smith. [ full grown wolf ........ $ Carl Anderson. 2 full grown wolves 6.12 L. J. Bailey, 1 full gr,wn wolf and 3.64 5 cubs ............................................ 2.12 L. W. Lindstrem. 4 cub wolves 3.24 Total ................................................ $ -- MISCELLANEOUS. W. T. Utley, Co. Treas., premium on surety bonds ........................ $ H. H. Reindl. premium on surety bond of CO. Treas. Ortonville State Bank. premmm on insurance policy ............................ A. B, Kaercher, premium on insur- ance policy .................................... Chas. E'. Seofield. premium on Work- men's Compensation policy ........ City of Ortonviile. sprinkling court hou block 1920 and 1921 ........ W. E. Stegner, correcting examina- tion papers .................................... Maude Desso. correcting state exam. papers .............................................. Malinda Gerber. correcting state " exam. papers ................................ Henry Rines, St. Treas., tax of J. A. Murphey, and Wil- lie H. Winter ............................. John Gowan, Sheriff, posting no- tices, division of Prior Twp... Peter H. Behrens, 3 .days drawing jurors ............................................. 10.30 Henry Corneiisen. livery to Beards- ley---Sipes ease .......................... 63.80 Dr. Chas Bolsta, 2 post mortem ex- aminations Sipes twins) ........ 11.00 Dr. Otto Bergan, trip to Sipes farm for lifting quarantine ................ 332.00 Edw. Gettman, Memorial Day ap- propriation to Graceville Legion J. A. Anderson. Memorial Day ap- propriation "to Beardsley Le- glen .................................................. Edw. J. Seidl. Memorial Day ap- propriation to Cinton Legion J. T. Crippen. Memorial Day ap- propriation to Ortonville Post Free Press Co., rural school di- p|omas ............................................ Martha M. Rothwe].. ribbon for di- plomas .............................................. E B. Orton. lettering rural school diplomas .......................................... Oscar Harrison. appropriation to County Fair association ............ Grand Theatre. rental of operahouse for rural school graduation ...... Minn. School for Blind, care of John Geseinger for 1921 ....................... E. E. Striker, preliminary expense m organizing drainak'e district G. C. Hanna, Supt. of Schools for feebleomindcd, car of Mary Spanyers. Marion Hayes and Myrtle Anderson .......................... Chas. H Bolsta. refundment of the esstate of Paul Luchsinger ........ Graeeville State Bank. handling pro- ceedings in $20,000.00 bond is- sue q Court house bonds) ........ Roger Casey, inspecting boiler ........ Earl Brown. Sheriff, Hennepin Co., serving tax citation .................... O, M. Osen, planting trees on courthouse giunds .................... First National Bank, Ortonvtlle, insurance on courthouse bonds.. Ray G. Farrington, telephone rest for Co. Atty. 1919-1920 and 1921 .................................................. Ray G. Farrington, Co. Atty., ex- pense to Capitol (Correll Bank) Total ..................... : ..$ JAIL AND PRISONERS. Nels .Anderson ...................................... $ 11.20 C. N. Baker ......................................... 8.00 Robert Burns ....................................... 14.20 J. H. Black ........................................ 12.60 Gust Carlson ..................................... 11.80 Gee. Conway ........................................ 16,00 Joe Dimberg ....................................... 11.00 D. L. Danielson ................................. 12.80 Chas, Evans ......................................... 15.80 F. R. Finberg ........................................ 10.60 C. D. Flfleld ........................................ 6.20 John Gnstafson .................................. I0.00 Gee. Gibson ............................................ 0.00 rank Harris ........................................ 8.20 hn Hornet 13.20 T.R. Hornet ........................................ 14.20 Bert Hashrauch 14.20 Peter Holms ........................................ 12.40 Orre Huizinga ........................................ 10.80 Hns Hemmingson ........................... 16.00 Earl M. Johnson ................................ 13.00 Henry Knudson .................................... 12.40 Henry Kemp ........... : ............................ 10.20 Carl Ludtke ........................................ 14.20 Henry Lux ............................................ 14.80 J: H. MalTtin 10.40 .McRae :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 12.20 J. A. MeNiff ........................................ 10.20 Guy Norton ............................................ 10.30 Harry O'Neill ........................................ 14.40 Carl Olson .............................................. 12.60 Martin Pearson .................................... 11.00 Chas. Propp ........................................ 9.00 Martin Rasmussen ................................ 10.60 Jas. Reardon ....................................... 16.00 B. F. Stegner, Sr ............................... 8.20 Ed. Skreiter .................................... 8.20 Scion Sails ............................................ 8,20 F, W. Schmidt .................................. 8.00 R. C. Schendel ...................................... 13.60 Teo. Swanson ................................. 11.80 Frank Valesh ..... " ................................ 12.20 L, F. Wood ........................................ 12.00 Ralph Winters ................................ 12.60 ,.o-- Total ...................... $ $13.$0 Hennepin County. Board of Laura Sipes ............................................... 129.93 Iohn Gowan. Sheriff, board of prisoners during 1921 ................ 194.75 Total ................................. $ 324.68 COURT HOUSE AND GROUNDS. Fuel. )rtonville Elevator & Milling Co.. coal and edgings ....................... $ 463.30 Labor. C, E. Sigloh. repairing lights .......... $ 4.50 M. J. Hausauer, hauling ashes ........ 17.00 Fred Brown, repairing clock and re- cording machine ............................ 3.00 Wm. Cummens. sharpening lawn 6.40 mower ......................................... J D. Ross & Co., labor on heating plant eta .................................. :.. 11.25 Ortonville Hdw. Co.. labor on 10.60 heating plaint and cleaning om 50.80 sewer .............................................. 49.00 22.40 T. A. Farrell. repairing boiler ........ 24.00 28.00 August Lindert. plumbing ................ 23.95 ]7.00 Fred Peterson & Son. hauling coal 19.80 and a,es ........................................ 38.47 30.00 Burroughs Adding Machine Co.. 50.60 overhaulin machines ................ 13.65 43.80 John Maimquist, painting" cabinet .... 3.00 28.40 V. E. Kallberg, putting rop in flag 24.80 pole .................................................. 1.00 30.00 M. M. Johnson Fr. Co.. setting 28.20 gla,a, repairing chair etc ......... 4.50 43.20 H. A. Iogers Co.. repmiring engin- 16.40 err's transit .................................... 26.50 42.80 W. T. Utley, money paid to Chas. 1L65 Sigl(h for repair of light switch 1.00 26.00 Robert Carlson, epairing sidewalk 11.50 28.40 " i A" Barr. repairin and wireing .... 21.81 43.00 . . Meyers, repairing typewriters 14.00 and book machine ........................ 55.00 40.40 Otto LaCombe, helping with storm 48.00 windows ......................................... 10.85 24.20 .60 Total .............................................. $ 326.38 5.40 48.00 19.60 Merchandise, 28.40 White's Garage, l doz. extension 20.40 plugs .............................................. $ 3.00 41.20 M, M. Johnson Furniture CO., plate 37.60 glass, awnings, cots, ate .......... 108.14 27.20 Ortonviile Hardware Co., plate 32.80 glass, nails etc ............................. 66.05 30.0 Pioneer Store Co-op. Co., matches, 4.00 cheese cloth, blankets eta ......... 51,70 32.00 C. E. Sigloh, light cord, sockets etc., 8.30 28.80 Wilson Chemical CO., sweeping com. 33.60 pound .............................................. 37.75 28.80 Geier Lumber CO.. lumber ................ 82.45 82.00 j. D. Rosa & Co., window glass, 26A0 paint, brnsbes, shovels, etc ..... 114.12 7.60 N. W. Sanitary Supply Co., mops, 4.00 soap, paper towels ate ............. 48.80 41.70 Pyramid Oil Co., 100 Ibs. Vanite .... 11.50 36.40 Gunderson Drug CO., meuratie aeld, 13.20 corks, paste, glue ........................ 7.60 28.40 West Disinfecting Co., paper towels, 28.80 toilet paper .................................... 33.45 33.20 H. M. Kilvington, cabinet ................ 25.00 K. A. Holman, stickers and disin- fectant .............................................. 2.00 Standard Oil Co., furniture polish .... 5.88 Wm. McDounelL 1 engineer's transit 76.00 Gold Bros. Briek CO., fire brick ........ 1.50 H. A. Hedin, wall map of state highways ........................................ 8.95 Park Garage, flash light for sieriff 2.00 M. A. Wyman, floor brnhee ............ 4.15 Botsford Lumber Co., roofing and post .................................................... 4.10 Tyler's Variety Store, dishes for jail 2.64 Total ................................................ $. 648.08 BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONEEY AND SUPPLIES. Graeeville Enterprise, Stationery...$ Clinton Advocate. stationery ............ Ortonville Independent, stationery and county bills ........................ Ortonville Journal, stationery, state- ments and court calanders. ....... Ortonville Star, stationery .............. Gunderson Drug Co., letter tray, ink and 3 in 1 oil .................. H. A." Rogers & Co., lumber cray- ons .................................................. National Sales & ServiCe Co., type- writer ribbons and carbon ........ Remington Typewriter Co., type- writing paper ................................ Burroughs Adding Mash. Co., rib- ben for machine ............................ Frankel Mfg. Co., typewriter rib- bons .............................................. St. Paul Bk. & Stationery Co., sup- plies for Supt. of Schools .......... W. M. Welch Mfg. Co.. state ex. amination paper ........................ Hammond & Stephens Co,, blanks and attendance awgrds ................ Louis F. Dew Co., typewriter pa- per, stoneils poil wrappers, eto. Kimball-Storer Co.. record books and supplies ................................. FrttmCroas Co.. current tax receipts, umord book, blanks eta ............. 15.25 8.50 189.25 178.33 1.25 4.60 2.06 14.50 2.31 1.00 9.00 11.47 21.25 65.03 95.66 95.67 440.98 COUNTY POOR FUND, Receipts. Balance on hand Jan. 1. 1921 ............ $, March settlement ................................ June Settlement .................................. November Settlement Total ............................ $ Disbursements. Warrants issued to I)aupers ......... ,.$ Refundments .......................................... Transferred to County RevenUe fund .................................................. Balance on hand Jan. 1. 1922 .......... Total .......................... $ PAUPERS. Dick Rikimoto, Graceville Lumber Co., fuel ..... $ Village of Graeeville. House rent Nov. 1, 1920, to Dec, 1, 1921 Western Minnesota Hospital, room and care of Mrs. RikimotO .... Dr. C, L Onver, operation, MrS. Rikimoto ....................................... Monarch levator Co., fuel ............... Total Mrs. E. Raddets. Dr, Otto Rergan. medical for Mrs, Raddats J, D, Ross & Co., burial expenses Mrs, Raddats Total Chas. Loot. Pioneer Store Co-op. CO., Gunderson Drug CO.. medicine Dr. Chas. Bolsta. medical attendgne$ Johnson Bros.. board and care, AU, 11 to 20 ...................................... Mrs. Jerome Spink. meals for wek ................................................. Ortonvilla Else, & Milling Go fuel Total Mrs. E. A. IIL Pioneer Store Co-op. Co., OrtonvINe Else, & Milling Co.. Geier Bros., fuel .............................. " F. Petereen & .Son, hauling fuei Gunderson Drug CO., medielne ...-." Dr. D. M. O'Donnell, medical tondance Nels Pearson, homm rent, 1920 to October 1, 1921 Total Mrs. J. Karsten. Pioneer Store Co-op. Co,, md. Ortonville Elevator & Milliztg fuel Geler Bros.. fuel Mrs. Ann Mellon. house rent, 1, 1920 to Dee. 1, 1921 F. Peterson & Son, haulin Dr. D. M. O'Donnell. tendance Total Mrs. Richard Boil. Franeisean Convent, board ! care, Oct. 21, 1920 to Oct, 1921 Casper Brenchen and St. Joseph's Home, board Aug 27, 1920 to Sept ]P_C_-E 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT YHURSDAY, FINANCIAL STATEMENT -- OF BIG STONE COUNTY, MINNESOTA For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1921 OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR BIG STONE COUNTY, MINNESOTA Ortonville, Minnesota. January 3, 1922 1he Honorable Board of County Commissioner: of Big Stone County. IGmgtlemen :-- I heqeewith submit a statement of the receipts and disbursements of Big Stone County for eal year ending December 31, 1921, together with a statement of the assets and liabilities batanees in County funds on said day. Respectfully submitted, Auditor of Big Stone County, Minnesota. Auditor's Trial Balance At Close of Business, December 31, 1920. Debit Credit Debit Credit Accounts. Totals. Totals. Balance. Balance. Treasurer .............................................. $ 628,682.53 $ 565,700.81 $ 62,981.72 Ikwamnt Account .............................................. 565.700.81 641,142.05 75,441.24 ad Penalties ...................................... 348,038.89 348,503.47 5,464.58 I/usury levenue ................................................ 42,408.02 48,059.61 5,651.59 ]rWar Fund .......................................................... 3,679.66 6,499.76 2,820.10 and Bridge Fund ................................ 207,232.56 174,183.32 33,049.24 Fund ...................................................... 45,764.05 39,699.70 6,064.35 tion Fund ............................................ 3,229.97 3.437.15 207.18 1 Fund (Districts) ................................ ]55,826.53 155.826.53 v City and Village ................................ 75,185.75 75,185.75 lidental Fund . ............................................... 1.046.89 1,000.00 46.89 :Revenue and School ............................ 65,829.50 55,829.50 mBmte Lands and Interest ................................ 2,197.56 2.197.56 SlAte 'LoansState Loans ................................ 12,798.85 21,527.55 8,728.70 /nl2z Bonds, Interest .................................. 1,200.85 1,387.08 186.23 8mRin Fund .................................................... 3,000.73 5,956.41 2.955.88 age Registry Tax .................................. 4,516.70 5,103.60 586.90 GFY&ngent Fund, Co. Attorney .................... 100.00 100.00 2ue Funff 300.00 300.00 "rlher.s' ,Insurance and Rat, Fund ............ 576.96 576.96 Tot ........................................................... $2,162,216.81 $2,162,216.81 $102.142.20 $102,142.20 A00r's Trial Balance December 31, 1921. f Debit Credit Accounts. Totals. Totals. ]Treasurer ............................................ $ 647,612.11 $ 591,388.21 IbaJmta Account ............................................ 591,388.21 668,072.96 and Penalties ........................................ 370,154.64 384,904.46 Revenue ................................................ 43,643.29 47,096.85 Fund ............. : .............................................. 5,568.96 5,612.35 and Bridge Fund .................................... 230,003.96 205,129.53 24,874.43 Fund ........................................................ 25,386.70 11,584.71 13,801.99 JhmlemPtion Fund .............................................. 466.40 645.92 hlol Fund (Districts) ................................ 181.450.61 181,450.61 , City and Village ................................ 90,120.45 90,098.65 21.80 ]taeSdentai Fund ................................................ 1,268.38 1.200.00 68.33 Revenue and School ................................ 52,445.99 52,445.99 e .Lands and Interest ................................ 910.76 910.76 ,,'ste Loans ...................................................... 17,638.27 24,516.62 Bonds, Interest ................................. 18,792.41 10,003.73 8.788.68 inlki-n g Fund .................................................... 11,030.80 11,984.34 bagage Registry Tax .................................... 2,623.58 3,214.83 gtnnt Fund-County Attorney ............ 100.00 200.00 lm,ers" Ins. & Ret. Fund .......................... 768.82 78.32 nd Fish License Fund ........................ 576.00 576.00 "Total .............................................................. $2,291,819.84 $2,291,819.84 $103,779.18 At Close of Business. Debit Credit Balance. Balance. $ 56,223.90 $ ?6,684.75 14,749.82 8,453.56 43.89 179.52 6,878.35 983.54 691.25 100.00 15.00 $103,779.18 COUNTY TREASURER'S ACCOUNT. MORTGAGE REGISTRY TAX FUND. Debit. ]Iblane on hand January 1, 1921 $ 62,981.72 Receipts. ons 584.630.39 Balance on hand Jan. I 1921 ....... $ 586.90 ------ Collections during year 1921 ............ 2.627.93 'Total ............................... . ............... $647.612.11 Credit. paid during year 192L...$591,388.21 hand Jan. 1, 1922 ............ 56,223.90 /"otal ................................................ $647,612.11 WARRAITS ACCOUNT Receipts '" andilg warrants, Jan. 1. 1921_$ 75,441.24 rants issued during 1921 .......... 502,631.72 Total ................................................ $668,072.06 Disimrcements. lants paid during Year 1921 ........ $591,388.21 nTaats "outstanding Jan. 1, 1922 76,684.75 otai ............................................... $668,072.96 Outstanding Warrants. County Revenue Fund ................. $ 707.24 k [an Poor Fund ...................... 580,80 m Mod' and Bridge Fund ............... 48,5.89  Fund ................................... 23.88.72 ] iu)ol District Fund ................... 2,147.24 ]m Town, City and Village Fund ......... 86 ] Incidental Fund ............................ 9.24 h :Httte Revenue and School Fund :61  (unty Bond Interest Fund ......... 43 Jlortge Registry Tax ................ 8.70 - tal ............................................... $ e,684.76 TAX LICTIONS mt TaX ltnd. Disbursements. March Settlement . ............................... $ 986.95 June Settlement .................................. 717.33 November" Settlement% .......................... 810,05 Warrants Issued .................................. 9.25 Balance on hax, d Jan. l. 1922 ............ 691.25 Total ..., ............................................ $ 3.214.83 Commissioners' Salaries and mile- age .................................................... 1.837.00 Justice Curt expenses .................... 15.15 Municipal Court expenses ................ 219.28 District Cout expenses .................... 3,528.86 Probate Ccurt expenses .................... 332.00 Miscellaneous fees .............................. 179.15 Jail and Prisoners ................................ 324.68 Court House and Grounds ................ 1.437.76 Books. blanks, stationery and sup- 1 lies .................................................. 2.502.45 Publishing .............................................. 1.947.50 Wolf bounties ........................................ 57.00 Miscellaneous ........................................ 4.131.85 Total ................................................ $ 36.343.29 Re fundments. E. R. Gerber .................................... $ 8.93 Dan Sherman ........................................ 83 G. A. Powell ....................................... 4t Se o J' FoshurghHUSelid ........................................ 11"74.64 Martin Larkin ...................................... 2.96 Total ............................................... $ 16.51 Board of Audit. Hayden French. serving 14 days.,..$ 42.00 A. V. Randall. serving 8 days .......... 24.00 Nels Lundberg. serving 14 days and mileage ............................................ 50.00 Total ................................................ $ 116.00 Board of Equalization. J. F. Geeuty. Commissioner 1st Dis- triet, mileage and per diem.._...$ 13.00 K. G. Knudson Commissioner. 2nd District, mileage and per diem. 14.20 Ole I. Steen. Commissioner. 3rd Dis- trict, mileage and per diem ........ 10.80 Otto Meybrs. 4th District. mile- age and per diem ........................ 9.20 Nels Lundberg, Commissioner, 5th District, mileage and pet' diem. 10.60 Total ................................................ $ 57.80 Assessors" Mileage and Per Diem. N. A. Warring, Browns Valley Twp. and Beardsley Village .............. P. A. Hanratty, Toqua Twp. and Barry Village .............................. Wm. Belgarde. Graceville Twp ......... Wm. Flemming, Moonshine Twp. and Johnson Village .................. A. W. Carlson, Malta Twp ............. R. D. Martinson. Amond Twp ..... Ed. Spalinger. Prior Twp ................. Oscar Olson. Otrey Twp ................. L. S. Hanson, Artichoke Twp ......... D. Barr, Akron Twp ................... R: J Rand, Odessa Twp. and Vil- lage .................................................... A. C. Anderson. Ortonville Twp. and City ........................................ Robert E. Horner. Graceville Village L. A. Larson. Clinton Village ....... P. D. Vaughan. Correll Village ........ Total ................................................ $ Interest and Warrants. Mankato State Bank. Mankato ........ $ First National Bank. OrtonvHle ...... Citizens' National Bank, OrtonviIle Big Stone County Bank, Graeville.. Graeeville State Bank, Graeeville .... First National Bank. Beardsley ........ Total ................................................ $ Election Expenses. B. A, Smith, carrying Gem Election supplies .............................................. $ L. F. Woods, pocuring ballots, Gen. election ............................................ Chas. E. Hudson. carrying Can. Elec- tion returns .................................. E. N. Cenfield, procuring ballots and carrying returns .................. J. J. Martinson. procuring ballots and carrying returns ............... Total ................................................ $ Births and Deaths. D. M. O'DonnelL city of Ortonville $ Gee. MaeMurphey, city of Orton- ville .................................................. E. Scheibe. OrtonviHe Twp ............. Chas Kraft. Akron Twp ..................... John Rodengen, Artichoke Twp ..... B. H. Smith. Big Stone Twp ......... Win. Roberts, GraeeviHe Twp ........ Win. McDonnell. Graceville Village J. W. Ginnaty, Graeeville Village R. Menzel, Ode.sa Twp ..................... C. P. Shellenbarger, Odessa Village Leonard Kollitz. Odessa Village .... Fred Z. Piper, Prior Twp ................. J. J. Martinson. Almond Twp ......... J$ts. Fermoyle. Barry Village ............ Wm. Nash. Toqua Twp ..................... C. A. Prevey. Browns Valley Twp. C. A. Prevey, Beardsley Village .... E. N. Cenfield, Malta Twp ................. J. M. Gheren, Johnson Village ........ Nels Pearson, Otrey Twp ............. L. F. Woods, CorreH Village ............ H. A. Hewltt, Clinton Village ...... May Winger, Johnson Village ........ Tc.tal ................................................ $ SALARIES County Auditor's Office. A. V. Randall. County Auditor ........ $ 2.500.00 Dena B. Hudson, Deputy Auditor .... 1.620.00 Mabel Norman, Clerk ........................ 111.00 ........... Manriee Randall. Clerk .................... 25,00 Total ................................................ $ 3.214.83 Total ................................................ $ 4.256.00 County Treasurer's Office. W, T. Utley, County Treasurer ....$ 2,500.00 Mabel Norman, Clerk ........................ 600.00 Total ................................................ $ 3,109,00 Warrants Issued. Big Soue Co. Bank, Graeeville. refund of overcharge .............. $ 3.00 Co. Treas. of Swift County, Swift Co. share of mortgage tax .... 6.25 Total ................................................ $ 9.25 COUNTY REVENUE FUND. Debit. Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1921 ........ $ 5.651.59 Mare Settlement : ............................... 5.805.68 June Settlement .................................. 11,809.40 November Settlement ......................... 9A69.37 Transferred from Co. Attorney's contingent ftind ........................... 100.00 Transferred from Road and Bridge fund .................................................. " 5,000.00 Transferred from Poor fund ............ 1,900.00 Transferred from St. Lon fund.... 4,350.00 Transferred from Sinking fund .... 1.000,00 Interest on Deposit ............................ - 1,810.44 Inheritance Tax (due State) ............ 621.66 Counties share of Inheritance Tax, July 1, 1920 to July 1, 1921 .... 16.26 Fines ........................................................ 144.00 Auetioneers Licenses ...................... 30.0.0 Premium on Court House bond ....... 75.00 ][eeipts. ]tmsce on hand Jan. I, 1921 ........ $ 5,447.91 lecliOnS, interest and peualty.... 673,200.02 Refund on wolf bounties .................. 64.50 Refund of overpayment--premium Total ............................................... $378,647.97 on insurance policy .................... 15.88 Refund of overpayment to sheriff for board of prisoners .................... 16.00 Disbursements, Warrant cashed under See. 6072, Settlement .............................. $ 79,260.47 General Laws of 1913 ................ 6.54 Settlement ................................. 162,087.19 1 pad legal cap paper ........................ 1.00 ber Settlement ........................ 122,851.15 ats issued refund of over. Total ................................................ $ ehare)' .......: .................................... 1.00 E2ane on hand Jan. I, 1922 .......... 14,442.16 Credit Warrants issue during year 1921 $ 36,343.29 "Tcrta] ................................................ $378,647.97 Tansferred to Co. Attorney's Con. tiagent fund " 100.00 Transferred to Incidental Fund ........ 1,200.00 :DELINQUEN'.TAX FUND, Transferred to St. Loan Fund ........ 3.000,00 . __ Transferred to Sinking Fund ............ 3,000.00 Balance on hand Jan. 1. 1922 ............ 3,453.6 Receipts. IllUmes on hand Jan. l, 1921 ........ $ 16.63 Total ................................................ $ 47,096.85 f',dlecttons during year 1921 ............ 6.239.86 "Total ................................................ $ 6,256.49 Disbursements, Refundmenta ...i ...................................... $ 16.51 Board of Audit .................................... 119.00 Diursements, Board of Equalization ........................ 57.80 ............................... $ 1,265.84 /keirs' M ilge and Per Diem 8.30' .................................. o680.69 Intel#t. on Warrgts .................  ..... .15 Settlement .2 ................. ... ,052.40 ieetion Expense ............................. 9.10 on hgnd January 1, 192'2 307.66 ReDo..s of Bhths and Deaths ........ 105,00 Salsrl and Clerk Hire ............... 18,009,87 -Total ......................................... $ 6,255.49 Moth' Pensions ............................. 1,424.00 Office of Judge of Probate. R, B. Hudson. Probate Judge'. ........... $ Mabel Norman, Clerk ........................ H. M. Carlson, Clerk ............................ Total ......................  ........................ $ 1,550.00 40.00 8.00 1,598.00 "Clerk of Court. Hayden French, Clerk of Court ........ $ 982.25 Sheriff, John Gowan, Sheriff ............................ $ 1,000.00 Jailor. John Gowan, Jailor ....................... :$ 540.00 County Attorney. COUNTY COMMIKSIONERS SALARY AND MILEAGE. J. F. Geenty, Commissioner 1st Dis- trict ................................................. $ 373.00 K. G. Knudson. Commissioner 2nd District ............................................ 387.80 Ote I. Stcen. Commissioner, 3rd Dis- triet ................................................ 347.20 Otto Meyers, Commissioner 4th Dis- trict ............................................... 332.20 Nel Lundberg, Commissioner 5th District ........................................... 396.80 Total ................................................ $ 1.837.00 JUSTICE COURT. James Blair. Justice fee in case of Haugen girl ........................... .$ C. W. Wheeler. Justice fee in Gust Rothi ease .................................... - J. C. Lyttleton. meals for prisoners. Elmer Linard and Louis Mc- Nevin ................................................... Total ................................................ $ Witness Fees Rose Buller, grand jury witness.._$ Dr. Otto Bergan, grand jury and state witness ................................ Wesley Bender, state witness ........ Chas. Bolsta, grand jury witness .... Frank Chase. grand jury and state witness ............................................ Amelia Drenner. state witness ........ F. J. Doerner. grand jury witness Mrs. Leslie Green. state witness .... Edna Grant. grand jury and state witness ............................................ Claude Gowan. grand jury witness T. M. Helgeson, grand jury witness 3.44 Martin Haugen, grand jury witness and state witness ........................ 7.60 Mrs. Fannie Haugen. grand ury and state witness ........................ 7.60 Myrtle Haugen, grand jury and state witness ................................ 7.60 Wm. Hobbs. grand jury witness ........ 8.00 5.30 K. G. Knndson. grand jury witness B. R. Kern. grand jury witness ........ L. A. Larson. grand jury witness 6.85 Adolf Leehner. grand jury witness Ben Martinson. state witness ........ Mike Martinson. state witness ........ 3.00 Rhoda Plummer. grand jury and state witness ................................ 15.15 E M. Plummer, rand jury and state witness ................................ D. Sipes, grand jury witness ............ Frank Stutler. rand jury witness J. H. Whitfield, grand jury and state witness ................................ Anna Wheeler, rand jury and state witness ................................ 6.84 A. A. Zwiener, state witness ....... 3.12 Total ............................................... $ 163.92 PROBATE COURT. Jhn Gowan. Sheriff, expenses in the cases of Gustav Lindstrom. Thee. R. Lascar. Otto Drewien, Emil Hanson md Lizzie Miley$ 183.30 Dr. Chas. Bolsta. examiner's fee. Gustav Linslrom and Lizzie Miley ........................................... 10.60 Dr. B. R. Karn. examiner's fee, Gustav Lindst rom. Thee. R. Loscar, John W. Johnson Emil Hanson, Lizzie Miley .............. 26.50 Dr. D. M. O'Donnell, examiner's fee, The<). R. Losear. Otto 12,00 Drewien, and John W. Johnson 15.90 Dr. H. J. Shelver. examiner's 86.20 fee, Otto Drewien and Emil 79.50 Hanson ............................................ 10.60 67.50 Treas. Ramsey Cunty, expenses and committment to School for 116.20 feeble minded (Myrns M. Hoff- man) ................................................ 75.00 Treas. Ramsey County. insanity of 66.30 Minnie Wellendor f .................... Dr. W. C. Kaufman, witness in case 10.00 of Emil Hanson ........................... 10.00 Total ................................................ $ 0,00 MISCELLANEOUS FEES. 30.00 Dr. B. R. Karn, coroner, fees in cases of" Chas. Twitchell. Hal- 38.00 vor Hanson. H C. Mathews. Helgeson baby, twin babies of Iura Sipes, Eddie Weidman, Hokan OIson. Grace Peterson and Chas. O'Berg ....................... $ 113.30 A. H. Stuges. Register of Deeds. recording deed. certificates of election and engineer's bond ........ 6:00 Hayden French. Clerk of Court. fee for Delinquenl Tax List .......... 59.85 Total ................... $ 179.15 MUNICIPAL COURT. Gee. MaeMurphey, expenses in cases of state vs. Laura Sipes, Gust Rothi. C. Lovaas, Floyd Ed- wards. Frank Berdan. Elmer Linard and Louis McNevin, F. G. Thompson and H. E. Wick....$ 153.72 John Gowan sheriff. Expenses tak- ing Laura Sipes to Hennepin County Jail ............................... 53.56 W. P. Mittelstadt. board of Otto Drewien. prisoner ........................ 6.50 W. P. Mittolstadt. meals for Jury. Thompson and Wicks ................ 5.50 Total ....................................  ........... $ 219.28 DISTRICT COURT. 7.20 (Miscellaneous Expenses.) 6.80 5.80 John T. Crippen. Bailiff .................... $ John Gowan. sheriff, serving jury 6.60 summons and subpoenas ............ 6.20 J' C. Gowan, Bailiff ........................ 5.00 Chas. E. Seofield, Bailiff .................... 5.90 G. L. lt. Tucker, court reporter dur- 5.00 ing year .......................................... 6.00 Katherine F. Sparrow, deputy clerk 5.80 of court .......................................... Korner Kafe. Meals for jurors ........ 4.80 Jas. B. OrmOnd. fee as attorney for Fraok Berdan ................................ 4.10 Geo. W. Beise. fee as attorney for ,6.00 Elmer Linard and L. McNevin 6.20 Cliff & Purcell, fee as attorneys for 5.80 Laura Sipes .................................. Chas. E. (hrisman. fee as attorney 87.20 for S. C. Kight ............................ John Gowan, Sheriff, trip to Mor- ris with Frank Berdan and trip to Browns Valley, Anthony Per- rin case .......................................... 2.75 R. G. Farrington, County Attorney, .35 expense to Morris, State vs. 1.02 Elmer Linard ned L. McNevin 5.24 .35 Hayden French,. Clerk of Court. .46 expense to Morris, State vs. El- .20 mar Linard and Louis McNevin 4.24 .... John Gowan, Sheriff, expense bring- 5.13 ing 1,aura Sipes from Henne- pin county jail to Ortonville 47.96 John Gowan. Sheriff. expense bring- ing Albertina Ansrud to Or- tonviite for trial ............................ 10.40 Mrs. John Gowan. care of Laura 2.40 Sipes during trial ...................... 17.50 ] 1.10 Total ............................................... $ 726.04 1.10 2.10 Petit Jurors, Mileage and Per Diem. Nat Anderson ...................................... $ 28.20 2.40 Albert Anderson .................................... 36.00 A. J. Anderson .................................... 6.80 9.10 J, A. Blackwelder ................................ 30.00 Christ Bottge ........................................ 50.80 Peter Bebrens ...................................... 29.60 Ward Brady .......................................... 35.20 Robert Carlson ..................................... 24.20 17.75 1. C. Clapp ............................................ 29.20 T. B. Deeds ........................................ 25.60 7.25 R. L. Dexter ........................................ 2.00 2.00 Ed. Dittes ............................................ 22.40 6.50 Gustav Ell ............................................ 22.00 4.75 S. L. Erickson .................................... 28.40 2.50 J. O. Finberg ........................................ 15.00 2.75 W. D. Gewan ..... " .................................. 36.40 17.75 A. E. Gongoli ........................................ 37.20 3,25 E. R. Gerber ........................................ 22.00 3.75 John Higgins ....................................... 20.00 1.00 Nels Hagevik ........................................ 36.40 1.25 Murle Hudson ........................................ 52.40 8.25 i-larry Hoxtell ....................................... 26.00 3.09 L. S. Hanson ....................................... 27.25 .50 Jens ]tIuselid 24.00 2.75 C. E. Hudson ........................................ 27.20 4.25 C. A. Johnson ..................................... 3.50 C. C. Johuson ........................................ 3.25 Albert Jacobsen .................................... 2.25 Freeman Johnson ................................ 1.75 C. (L Knudson .................................... .25 Peter Kohl ............................................ 4.25 David Lindholm .................................... .50 John Lestina ........................................ Victor Lewis .......................................... Ft. Larkin ........................................... 105.00 Ben Lysing .......................................... Andrew Larson .................................... A. J. McRae ........................................ Chas. Mathison .................................... Dan Mullin ................................. Hugo Menzel .................... M. J. Martinson ................................ RR. D. Martinson ................................ . J. MeRae ................ : ........................... Gee. Nelson ........................................ Swan P. Nelson ................................... -- -- J.J. O'Conner .................................. J. W. O'Leary ..................................... Stewart Peterson .............................. Iohn Parker ....................................... W. G. Poirier .................................... Peder N. Rygg .................................... Oscar Rodengen .................................... ---- Wm. Roberts ....................................... L. A. Reynolds ................................... B. Stegner. Jr ..................................... Steffen Seer ......................................... Will Sanders ....................................... S. M. Samuelson .................................... Albert Storeim Frank Swedlund ................................ Henry Skundberg ................................. Ray Steger .......................................... John Taffe ............................................ Christ Torgeson ................................ Harry Thompson ................................ John Voage ............................................ Ael Voage ............................................ 2" VanHorn .................................... . Wellendor f ................................ Kee Welch ............................................ Jos. Woiach ........................................ I. J. Woiaeh ........................................ Fred Woodard ...................................... Max Winter ........................................ Total ............................................... $ Grnmd Jurors, Mileage and Per Diem. R, G. Farrinton, County Attorney..$  1,800.00 Superintendent of Schools. Martha M. Rothwell, Supt. of Schools $1,700.00 CourI r. G. L. H. Tueker. r....$ 541.50 County . Agnes Rogoshasks, County Nurse..$ 500.00 Janitor. Ed. KalIberg, Janitor for Jan. and Feb ................................................... $ 170.00 W. L. Potter, Janitor, March to December, Inclusive .................... 850.00 Total .............................................. $ 1,020.00 Agricultural Agent. M. P. Roske, Agricultural Agent, salary and expenses .................. $ 1,472.12 Mother's Pension. Mrs. Mamie Bentz, Nov. and Dec...$ 50.00 Mrs. Corn Strucke, Jan. to Dee, inclusive .......................................... 300.00 Mrs. Lena Schwar, Marsh to De- camber, inclusive ........................ 150.00 Mrs, Hannah Kunter, February to December. inclusive .................... 85.00 Mrs.-Mrtie Burns, Jan. to Dee., inclusive .......................................... 420.00 Mrs. Katherine Voss. January to December," inclusive .................... 119.00 Total .......................................... $ See. Blank Bk. and Printing Co., 5.48 time checks, tax books, records, ete ..................................................... 34.72 Miller-Davis Co., blanks, settlement - 4.56 sheets, ledger sheets, etc ......... 1.12 Free Press Co.. county warrants, assessment books, mncad files, 7.00 etc ..................................................... 2.92 3.62 Total ................................................ $ 2.56 6.80 2.12 PUBLISHING AND Ortonville Journal ............................. $ Clinton Advocate ................................ Gracev;lle Enterprise ........................ Beardsley News .................................... E. R. Trebon 4.12 Total l.lz 2.56 13.52 2.68 WOLF BOUNTIES. 2.68 7.12 J. A. Smith. [ full grown wolf ........ $ Carl Anderson. 2 full grown wolves 6.12 L. J. Bailey, 1 full gr,wn wolf and 3.64 5 cubs ............................................ 2.12 L. W. Lindstrem. 4 cub wolves 3.24 Total ................................................ $ -- MISCELLANEOUS. W. T. Utley, Co. Treas., premium on surety bonds ........................ $ H. H. Reindl. premium on surety bond of CO. Treas. Ortonville State Bank. premmm on insurance policy ............................ A. B, Kaercher, premium on insur- ance policy .................................... Chas. E'. Seofield. premium on Work- men's Compensation policy ........ City of Ortonviile. sprinkling court hou block 1920 and 1921 ........ W. E. Stegner, correcting examina- tion papers .................................... Maude Desso. correcting state exam. papers .............................................. Malinda Gerber. correcting state " exam. papers ................................ Henry Rines, St. Treas., tax of J. A. Murphey, and Wil- lie H. Winter ............................. John Gowan, Sheriff, posting no- tices, division of Prior Twp... Peter H. Behrens, 3 .days drawing jurors ............................................. 10.30 Henry Corneiisen. livery to Beards- ley---Sipes ease .......................... 63.80 Dr. Chas Bolsta, 2 post mortem ex- aminations Sipes twins) ........ 11.00 Dr. Otto Bergan, trip to Sipes farm for lifting quarantine ................ 332.00 Edw. Gettman, Memorial Day ap- propriation to Graceville Legion J. A. Anderson. Memorial Day ap- propriation "to Beardsley Le- glen .................................................. Edw. J. Seidl. Memorial Day ap- propriation to Cinton Legion J. T. Crippen. Memorial Day ap- propriation to Ortonville Post Free Press Co., rural school di- p|omas ............................................ Martha M. Rothwe].. ribbon for di- plomas .............................................. E B. Orton. lettering rural school diplomas .......................................... Oscar Harrison. appropriation to County Fair association ............ Grand Theatre. rental of operahouse for rural school graduation ...... Minn. School for Blind, care of John Geseinger for 1921 ....................... E. E. Striker, preliminary expense m organizing drainak'e district G. C. Hanna, Supt. of Schools for feebleomindcd, car of Mary Spanyers. Marion Hayes and Myrtle Anderson .......................... Chas. H Bolsta. refundment of the esstate of Paul Luchsinger ........ Graeeville State Bank. handling pro- ceedings in $20,000.00 bond is- sue q Court house bonds) ........ Roger Casey, inspecting boiler ........ Earl Brown. Sheriff, Hennepin Co., serving tax citation .................... O, M. Osen, planting trees on courthouse giunds .................... First National Bank, Ortonvtlle, insurance on courthouse bonds.. Ray G. Farrington, telephone rest for Co. Atty. 1919-1920 and 1921 .................................................. Ray G. Farrington, Co. Atty., ex- pense to Capitol (Correll Bank) Total ..................... : ..$ JAIL AND PRISONERS. Nels .Anderson ...................................... $ 11.20 C. N. Baker ......................................... 8.00 Robert Burns ....................................... 14.20 J. H. Black ........................................ 12.60 Gust Carlson ..................................... 11.80 Gee. Conway ........................................ 16,00 Joe Dimberg ....................................... 11.00 D. L. Danielson ................................. 12.80 Chas, Evans ......................................... 15.80 F. R. Finberg ........................................ 10.60 C. D. Flfleld ........................................ 6.20 John Gnstafson .................................. I0.00 Gee. Gibson ............................................ 0.00 rank Harris ........................................ 8.20 hn Hornet 13.20 T.R. Hornet ........................................ 14.20 Bert Hashrauch 14.20 Peter Holms ........................................ 12.40 Orre Huizinga ........................................ 10.80 Hns Hemmingson ........................... 16.00 Earl M. Johnson ................................ 13.00 Henry Knudson .................................... 12.40 Henry Kemp ........... : ............................ 10.20 Carl Ludtke ........................................ 14.20 Henry Lux ............................................ 14.80 J: H. MalTtin 10.40 .McRae :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 12.20 J. A. MeNiff ........................................ 10.20 Guy Norton ............................................ 10.30 Harry O'Neill ........................................ 14.40 Carl Olson .............................................. 12.60 Martin Pearson .................................... 11.00 Chas. Propp ........................................ 9.00 Martin Rasmussen ................................ 10.60 Jas. Reardon ....................................... 16.00 B. F. Stegner, Sr ............................... 8.20 Ed. Skreiter .................................... 8.20 Scion Sails ............................................ 8,20 F, W. Schmidt .................................. 8.00 R. C. Schendel ...................................... 13.60 Teo. Swanson ................................. 11.80 Frank Valesh ..... " ................................ 12.20 L, F. Wood ........................................ 12.00 Ralph Winters ................................ 12.60 ,.o-- Total ...................... $ $13.$0 Hennepin County. Board of Laura Sipes ............................................... 129.93 Iohn Gowan. Sheriff, board of prisoners during 1921 ................ 194.75 Total ................................. $ 324.68 COURT HOUSE AND GROUNDS. Fuel. )rtonville Elevator & Milling Co.. coal and edgings ....................... $ 463.30 Labor. C, E. Sigloh. repairing lights .......... $ 4.50 M. J. Hausauer, hauling ashes ........ 17.00 Fred Brown, repairing clock and re- cording machine ............................ 3.00 Wm. Cummens. sharpening lawn 6.40 mower ......................................... J D. Ross & Co., labor on heating plant eta .................................. :.. 11.25 Ortonville Hdw. Co.. labor on 10.60 heating plaint and cleaning om 50.80 sewer .............................................. 49.00 22.40 T. A. Farrell. repairing boiler ........ 24.00 28.00 August Lindert. plumbing ................ 23.95 ]7.00 Fred Peterson & Son. hauling coal 19.80 and a,es ........................................ 38.47 30.00 Burroughs Adding Machine Co.. 50.60 overhaulin machines ................ 13.65 43.80 John Maimquist, painting" cabinet .... 3.00 28.40 V. E. Kallberg, putting rop in flag 24.80 pole .................................................. 1.00 30.00 M. M. Johnson Fr. Co.. setting 28.20 gla,a, repairing chair etc ......... 4.50 43.20 H. A. Iogers Co.. repmiring engin- 16.40 err's transit .................................... 26.50 42.80 W. T. Utley, money paid to Chas. 1L65 Sigl(h for repair of light switch 1.00 26.00 Robert Carlson, epairing sidewalk 11.50 28.40 " i A" Barr. repairin and wireing .... 21.81 43.00 . . Meyers, repairing typewriters 14.00 and book machine ........................ 55.00 40.40 Otto LaCombe, helping with storm 48.00 windows ......................................... 10.85 24.20 .60 Total .............................................. $ 326.38 5.40 48.00 19.60 Merchandise, 28.40 White's Garage, l doz. extension 20.40 plugs .............................................. $ 3.00 41.20 M, M. Johnson Furniture CO., plate 37.60 glass, awnings, cots, ate .......... 108.14 27.20 Ortonviile Hardware Co., plate 32.80 glass, nails etc ............................. 66.05 30.0 Pioneer Store Co-op. Co., matches, 4.00 cheese cloth, blankets eta ......... 51,70 32.00 C. E. Sigloh, light cord, sockets etc., 8.30 28.80 Wilson Chemical CO., sweeping com. 33.60 pound .............................................. 37.75 28.80 Geier Lumber CO.. lumber ................ 82.45 82.00 j. D. Rosa & Co., window glass, 26A0 paint, brnsbes, shovels, etc ..... 114.12 7.60 N. W. Sanitary Supply Co., mops, 4.00 soap, paper towels ate ............. 48.80 41.70 Pyramid Oil Co., 100 Ibs. Vanite .... 11.50 36.40 Gunderson Drug CO., meuratie aeld, 13.20 corks, paste, glue ........................ 7.60 28.40 West Disinfecting Co., paper towels, 28.80 toilet paper .................................... 33.45 33.20 H. M. Kilvington, cabinet ................ 25.00 K. A. Holman, stickers and disin- fectant .............................................. 2.00 Standard Oil Co., furniture polish .... 5.88 Wm. McDounelL 1 engineer's transit 76.00 Gold Bros. Briek CO., fire brick ........ 1.50 H. A. Hedin, wall map of state highways ........................................ 8.95 Park Garage, flash light for sieriff 2.00 M. A. Wyman, floor brnhee ............ 4.15 Botsford Lumber Co., roofing and post .................................................... 4.10 Tyler's Variety Store, dishes for jail 2.64 Total ................................................ $. 648.08 BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONEEY AND SUPPLIES. Graeeville Enterprise, Stationery...$ Clinton Advocate. stationery ............ Ortonville Independent, stationery and county bills ........................ Ortonville Journal, stationery, state- ments and court calanders. ....... Ortonville Star, stationery .............. Gunderson Drug Co., letter tray, ink and 3 in 1 oil .................. H. A." Rogers & Co., lumber cray- ons .................................................. National Sales & ServiCe Co., type- writer ribbons and carbon ........ Remington Typewriter Co., type- writing paper ................................ Burroughs Adding Mash. Co., rib- ben for machine ............................ Frankel Mfg. Co., typewriter rib- bons .............................................. St. Paul Bk. & Stationery Co., sup- plies for Supt. of Schools .......... W. M. Welch Mfg. Co.. state ex. amination paper ........................ Hammond & Stephens Co,, blanks and attendance awgrds ................ Louis F. Dew Co., typewriter pa- per, stoneils poil wrappers, eto. Kimball-Storer Co.. record books and supplies ................................. FrttmCroas Co.. current tax receipts, umord book, blanks eta ............. 15.25 8.50 189.25 178.33 1.25 4.60 2.06 14.50 2.31 1.00 9.00 11.47 21.25 65.03 95.66 95.67 440.98 COUNTY POOR FUND, Receipts. Balance on hand Jan. 1. 1921 ............ $, March settlement ................................ June Settlement .................................. November Settlement Total ............................ $ Disbursements. Warrants issued to I)aupers ......... ,.$ Refundments .......................................... Transferred to County RevenUe fund .................................................. Balance on hand Jan. 1. 1922 .......... Total .......................... $ PAUPERS. Dick Rikimoto, Graceville Lumber Co., fuel ..... $ Village of Graeeville. House rent Nov. 1, 1920, to Dec, 1, 1921 Western Minnesota Hospital, room and care of Mrs. RikimotO .... Dr. C, L Onver, operation, MrS. Rikimoto ....................................... Monarch levator Co., fuel ............... Total Mrs. E. Raddets. Dr, Otto Rergan. medical for Mrs, Raddats J, D, Ross & Co., burial expenses Mrs, Raddats Total Chas. Loot. Pioneer Store Co-op. CO., Gunderson Drug CO.. medicine Dr. Chas. Bolsta. medical attendgne$ Johnson Bros.. board and care, AU, 11 to 20 ...................................... Mrs. Jerome Spink. meals for wek ................................................. Ortonvilla Else, & Milling Go fuel Total Mrs. E. A. IIL Pioneer Store Co-op. Co., OrtonvINe Else, & Milling Co.. Geier Bros., fuel .............................. " F. Petereen & .Son, hauling fuei Gunderson Drug CO., medielne ...-." Dr. D. M. O'Donnell, medical tondance Nels Pearson, homm rent, 1920 to October 1, 1921 Total Mrs. J. Karsten. Pioneer Store Co-op. Co,, md. Ortonville Elevator & Milliztg fuel Geler Bros.. fuel Mrs. Ann Mellon. house rent, 1, 1920 to Dee. 1, 1921 F. Peterson & Son, haulin Dr. D. M. O'Donnell. tendance Total Mrs. Richard Boil. Franeisean Convent, board ! care, Oct. 21, 1920 to Oct, 1921 Casper Brenchen and St. Joseph's Home, board Aug 27, 1920 to Sept I[PJ] I THE OBTONVILLE INDE.PENDENT THURSDAY . FEBRUARy FINANCIAL -- OF -- BIG STONE COUNTY, MINNESOTA For the Fiscal Year Ending Deeembei" 31, 1921 oFeE OF UTY ^VmTOR ma sTos CO,:TY. mNNESOTA I bw{t bmlt  ststent of the Auditor's Trial Balance At Close of Business, December 31, 1920. Auditor's Trial Balance At Close of Business, .... , .......... , ............ December 31, 1921. .,,,..,, -'. *' "' .......... _% , o ............. ,on Wrk,, -- CO TS. o[ 8Jft , wllt otal ............  ...................... I Y Sr ............. t v ................. ,. ..................... .,.. __  "  " ' ....................................... ........................... .  Trs'[r  $}nk{n Fund Hr O*C[I[ ..................................... ................................... | 1 reb  r.w. p, ohmld( "f'", :, .--;y; .................................... ............... $ .t.,  ",,;"J.g ,,=,. ,..  ,, sueeu. , co, .o . Co.. . B,*.0*n * B. Im ]P_C_-E 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT YHURSDAY, FINANCIAL STATEMENT -- OF BIG STONE COUNTY, MINNESOTA For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1921 OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR BIG STONE COUNTY, MINNESOTA Ortonville, Minnesota. January 3, 1922 1he Honorable Board of County Commissioner: of Big Stone County. IGmgtlemen :-- I heqeewith submit a statement of the receipts and disbursements of Big Stone County for eal year ending December 31, 1921, together with a statement of the assets and liabilities batanees in County funds on said day. Respectfully submitted, Auditor of Big Stone County, Minnesota. Auditor's Trial Balance At Close of Business, December 31, 1920. Debit Credit Debit Credit Accounts. Totals. Totals. Balance. Balance. Treasurer .............................................. $ 628,682.53 $ 565,700.81 $ 62,981.72 Ikwamnt Account .............................................. 565.700.81 641,142.05 75,441.24 ad Penalties ...................................... 348,038.89 348,503.47 5,464.58 I/usury levenue ................................................ 42,408.02 48,059.61 5,651.59 ]rWar Fund .......................................................... 3,679.66 6,499.76 2,820.10 and Bridge Fund ................................ 207,232.56 174,183.32 33,049.24 Fund ...................................................... 45,764.05 39,699.70 6,064.35 tion Fund ............................................ 3,229.97 3.437.15 207.18 1 Fund (Districts) ................................ ]55,826.53 155.826.53 v City and Village ................................ 75,185.75 75,185.75 lidental Fund . ............................................... 1.046.89 1,000.00 46.89 :Revenue and School ............................ 65,829.50 55,829.50 mBmte Lands and Interest ................................ 2,197.56 2.197.56 SlAte 'LoansState Loans ................................ 12,798.85 21,527.55 8,728.70 /nl2z Bonds, Interest .................................. 1,200.85 1,387.08 186.23 8mRin Fund .................................................... 3,000.73 5,956.41 2.955.88 age Registry Tax .................................. 4,516.70 5,103.60 586.90 GFY&ngent Fund, Co. Attorney .................... 100.00 100.00 2ue Funff 300.00 300.00 "rlher.s' ,Insurance and Rat, Fund ............ 576.96 576.96 Tot ........................................................... $2,162,216.81 $2,162,216.81 $102.142.20 $102,142.20 A00r's Trial Balance December 31, 1921. f Debit Credit Accounts. Totals. Totals. ]Treasurer ............................................ $ 647,612.11 $ 591,388.21 IbaJmta Account ............................................ 591,388.21 668,072.96 and Penalties ........................................ 370,154.64 384,904.46 Revenue ................................................ 43,643.29 47,096.85 Fund ............. : .............................................. 5,568.96 5,612.35 and Bridge Fund .................................... 230,003.96 205,129.53 24,874.43 Fund ........................................................ 25,386.70 11,584.71 13,801.99 JhmlemPtion Fund .............................................. 466.40 645.92 hlol Fund (Districts) ................................ 181.450.61 181,450.61 , City and Village ................................ 90,120.45 90,098.65 21.80 ]taeSdentai Fund ................................................ 1,268.38 1.200.00 68.33 Revenue and School ................................ 52,445.99 52,445.99 e .Lands and Interest ................................ 910.76 910.76 ,,'ste Loans ...................................................... 17,638.27 24,516.62 Bonds, Interest ................................. 18,792.41 10,003.73 8.788.68 inlki-n g Fund .................................................... 11,030.80 11,984.34 bagage Registry Tax .................................... 2,623.58 3,214.83 gtnnt Fund-County Attorney ............ 100.00 200.00 lm,ers" Ins. & Ret. Fund .......................... 768.82 78.32 nd Fish License Fund ........................ 576.00 576.00 "Total .............................................................. $2,291,819.84 $2,291,819.84 $103,779.18 At Close of Business. Debit Credit Balance. Balance. $ 56,223.90 $ ?6,684.75 14,749.82 8,453.56 43.89 179.52 6,878.35 983.54 691.25 100.00 15.00 $103,779.18 COUNTY TREASURER'S ACCOUNT. MORTGAGE REGISTRY TAX FUND. Debit. ]Iblane on hand January 1, 1921 $ 62,981.72 Receipts. ons 584.630.39 Balance on hand Jan. I 1921 ....... $ 586.90 ------ Collections during year 1921 ............ 2.627.93 'Total ............................... . ............... $647.612.11 Credit. paid during year 192L...$591,388.21 hand Jan. 1, 1922 ............ 56,223.90 /"otal ................................................ $647,612.11 WARRAITS ACCOUNT Receipts '" andilg warrants, Jan. 1. 1921_$ 75,441.24 rants issued during 1921 .......... 502,631.72 Total ................................................ $668,072.06 Disimrcements. lants paid during Year 1921 ........ $591,388.21 nTaats "outstanding Jan. 1, 1922 76,684.75 otai ............................................... $668,072.96 Outstanding Warrants. County Revenue Fund ................. $ 707.24 k [an Poor Fund ...................... 580,80 m Mod' and Bridge Fund ............... 48,5.89  Fund ................................... 23.88.72 ] iu)ol District Fund ................... 2,147.24 ]m Town, City and Village Fund ......... 86 ] Incidental Fund ............................ 9.24 h :Httte Revenue and School Fund :61  (unty Bond Interest Fund ......... 43 Jlortge Registry Tax ................ 8.70 - tal ............................................... $ e,684.76 TAX LICTIONS mt TaX ltnd. Disbursements. March Settlement . ............................... $ 986.95 June Settlement .................................. 717.33 November" Settlement% .......................... 810,05 Warrants Issued .................................. 9.25 Balance on hax, d Jan. l. 1922 ............ 691.25 Total ..., ............................................ $ 3.214.83 Commissioners' Salaries and mile- age .................................................... 1.837.00 Justice Curt expenses .................... 15.15 Municipal Court expenses ................ 219.28 District Cout expenses .................... 3,528.86 Probate Ccurt expenses .................... 332.00 Miscellaneous fees .............................. 179.15 Jail and Prisoners ................................ 324.68 Court House and Grounds ................ 1.437.76 Books. blanks, stationery and sup- 1 lies .................................................. 2.502.45 Publishing .............................................. 1.947.50 Wolf bounties ........................................ 57.00 Miscellaneous ........................................ 4.131.85 Total ................................................ $ 36.343.29 Re fundments. E. R. Gerber .................................... $ 8.93 Dan Sherman ........................................ 83 G. A. Powell ....................................... 4t Se o J' FoshurghHUSelid ........................................ 11"74.64 Martin Larkin ...................................... 2.96 Total ............................................... $ 16.51 Board of Audit. Hayden French. serving 14 days.,..$ 42.00 A. V. Randall. serving 8 days .......... 24.00 Nels Lundberg. serving 14 days and mileage ............................................ 50.00 Total ................................................ $ 116.00 Board of Equalization. J. F. Geeuty. Commissioner 1st Dis- triet, mileage and per diem.._...$ 13.00 K. G. Knudson Commissioner. 2nd District, mileage and per diem. 14.20 Ole I. Steen. Commissioner. 3rd Dis- trict, mileage and per diem ........ 10.80 Otto Meybrs. 4th District. mile- age and per diem ........................ 9.20 Nels Lundberg, Commissioner, 5th District, mileage and pet' diem. 10.60 Total ................................................ $ 57.80 Assessors" Mileage and Per Diem. N. A. Warring, Browns Valley Twp. and Beardsley Village .............. P. A. Hanratty, Toqua Twp. and Barry Village .............................. Wm. Belgarde. Graceville Twp ......... Wm. Flemming, Moonshine Twp. and Johnson Village .................. A. W. Carlson, Malta Twp ............. R. D. Martinson. Amond Twp ..... Ed. Spalinger. Prior Twp ................. Oscar Olson. Otrey Twp ................. L. S. Hanson, Artichoke Twp ......... D. Barr, Akron Twp ................... R: J Rand, Odessa Twp. and Vil- lage .................................................... A. C. Anderson. Ortonville Twp. and City ........................................ Robert E. Horner. Graceville Village L. A. Larson. Clinton Village ....... P. D. Vaughan. Correll Village ........ Total ................................................ $ Interest and Warrants. Mankato State Bank. Mankato ........ $ First National Bank. OrtonvHle ...... Citizens' National Bank, OrtonviIle Big Stone County Bank, Graeville.. Graeeville State Bank, Graeeville .... First National Bank. Beardsley ........ Total ................................................ $ Election Expenses. B. A, Smith, carrying Gem Election supplies .............................................. $ L. F. Woods, pocuring ballots, Gen. election ............................................ Chas. E. Hudson. carrying Can. Elec- tion returns .................................. E. N. Cenfield, procuring ballots and carrying returns .................. J. J. Martinson. procuring ballots and carrying returns ............... Total ................................................ $ Births and Deaths. D. M. O'DonnelL city of Ortonville $ Gee. MaeMurphey, city of Orton- ville .................................................. E. Scheibe. OrtonviHe Twp ............. Chas Kraft. Akron Twp ..................... John Rodengen, Artichoke Twp ..... B. H. Smith. Big Stone Twp ......... Win. Roberts, GraeeviHe Twp ........ Win. McDonnell. Graceville Village J. W. Ginnaty, Graeeville Village R. Menzel, Ode.sa Twp ..................... C. P. Shellenbarger, Odessa Village Leonard Kollitz. Odessa Village .... Fred Z. Piper, Prior Twp ................. J. J. Martinson. Almond Twp ......... J$ts. Fermoyle. Barry Village ............ Wm. Nash. Toqua Twp ..................... C. A. Prevey. Browns Valley Twp. C. A. Prevey, Beardsley Village .... E. N. Cenfield, Malta Twp ................. J. M. Gheren, Johnson Village ........ Nels Pearson, Otrey Twp ............. L. F. Woods, CorreH Village ............ H. A. Hewltt, Clinton Village ...... May Winger, Johnson Village ........ Tc.tal ................................................ $ SALARIES County Auditor's Office. A. V. Randall. County Auditor ........ $ 2.500.00 Dena B. Hudson, Deputy Auditor .... 1.620.00 Mabel Norman, Clerk ........................ 111.00 ........... Manriee Randall. Clerk .................... 25,00 Total ................................................ $ 3.214.83 Total ................................................ $ 4.256.00 County Treasurer's Office. W, T. Utley, County Treasurer ....$ 2,500.00 Mabel Norman, Clerk ........................ 600.00 Total ................................................ $ 3,109,00 Warrants Issued. Big Soue Co. Bank, Graeeville. refund of overcharge .............. $ 3.00 Co. Treas. of Swift County, Swift Co. share of mortgage tax .... 6.25 Total ................................................ $ 9.25 COUNTY REVENUE FUND. Debit. Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1921 ........ $ 5.651.59 Mare Settlement : ............................... 5.805.68 June Settlement .................................. 11,809.40 November Settlement ......................... 9A69.37 Transferred from Co. Attorney's contingent ftind ........................... 100.00 Transferred from Road and Bridge fund .................................................. " 5,000.00 Transferred from Poor fund ............ 1,900.00 Transferred from St. Lon fund.... 4,350.00 Transferred from Sinking fund .... 1.000,00 Interest on Deposit ............................ - 1,810.44 Inheritance Tax (due State) ............ 621.66 Counties share of Inheritance Tax, July 1, 1920 to July 1, 1921 .... 16.26 Fines ........................................................ 144.00 Auetioneers Licenses ...................... 30.0.0 Premium on Court House bond ....... 75.00 ][eeipts. ]tmsce on hand Jan. I, 1921 ........ $ 5,447.91 lecliOnS, interest and peualty.... 673,200.02 Refund on wolf bounties .................. 64.50 Refund of overpayment--premium Total ............................................... $378,647.97 on insurance policy .................... 15.88 Refund of overpayment to sheriff for board of prisoners .................... 16.00 Disbursements, Warrant cashed under See. 6072, Settlement .............................. $ 79,260.47 General Laws of 1913 ................ 6.54 Settlement ................................. 162,087.19 1 pad legal cap paper ........................ 1.00 ber Settlement ........................ 122,851.15 ats issued refund of over. Total ................................................ $ ehare)' .......: .................................... 1.00 E2ane on hand Jan. I, 1922 .......... 14,442.16 Credit Warrants issue during year 1921 $ 36,343.29 "Tcrta] ................................................ $378,647.97 Tansferred to Co. Attorney's Con. tiagent fund " 100.00 Transferred to Incidental Fund ........ 1,200.00 :DELINQUEN'.TAX FUND, Transferred to St. Loan Fund ........ 3.000,00 . __ Transferred to Sinking Fund ............ 3,000.00 Balance on hand Jan. 1. 1922 ............ 3,453.6 Receipts. IllUmes on hand Jan. l, 1921 ........ $ 16.63 Total ................................................ $ 47,096.85 f',dlecttons during year 1921 ............ 6.239.86 "Total ................................................ $ 6,256.49 Disbursements, Refundmenta ...i ...................................... $ 16.51 Board of Audit .................................... 119.00 Diursements, Board of Equalization ........................ 57.80 ............................... $ 1,265.84 /keirs' M ilge and Per Diem 8.30' .................................. o680.69 Intel#t. on Warrgts .................  ..... .15 Settlement .2 ................. ... ,052.40 ieetion Expense ............................. 9.10 on hgnd January 1, 192'2 307.66 ReDo..s of Bhths and Deaths ........ 105,00 Salsrl and Clerk Hire ............... 18,009,87 -Total ......................................... $ 6,255.49 Moth' Pensions ............................. 1,424.00 Office of Judge of Probate. R, B. Hudson. Probate Judge'. ........... $ Mabel Norman, Clerk ........................ H. M. Carlson, Clerk ............................ Total ......................  ........................ $ 1,550.00 40.00 8.00 1,598.00 "Clerk of Court. Hayden French, Clerk of Court ........ $ 982.25 Sheriff, John Gowan, Sheriff ............................ $ 1,000.00 Jailor. John Gowan, Jailor ....................... :$ 540.00 County Attorney. COUNTY COMMIKSIONERS SALARY AND MILEAGE. J. F. Geenty, Commissioner 1st Dis- trict ................................................. $ 373.00 K. G. Knudson. Commissioner 2nd District ............................................ 387.80 Ote I. Stcen. Commissioner, 3rd Dis- triet ................................................ 347.20 Otto Meyers, Commissioner 4th Dis- trict ............................................... 332.20 Nel Lundberg, Commissioner 5th District ........................................... 396.80 Total ................................................ $ 1.837.00 JUSTICE COURT. James Blair. Justice fee in case of Haugen girl ........................... .$ C. W. Wheeler. Justice fee in Gust Rothi ease .................................... - J. C. Lyttleton. meals for prisoners. Elmer Linard and Louis Mc- Nevin ................................................... Total ................................................ $ Witness Fees Rose Buller, grand jury witness.._$ Dr. Otto Bergan, grand jury and state witness ................................ Wesley Bender, state witness ........ Chas. Bolsta, grand jury witness .... Frank Chase. grand jury and state witness ............................................ Amelia Drenner. state witness ........ F. J. Doerner. grand jury witness Mrs. Leslie Green. state witness .... Edna Grant. grand jury and state witness ............................................ Claude Gowan. grand jury witness T. M. Helgeson, grand jury witness 3.44 Martin Haugen, grand jury witness and state witness ........................ 7.60 Mrs. Fannie Haugen. grand ury and state witness ........................ 7.60 Myrtle Haugen, grand jury and state witness ................................ 7.60 Wm. Hobbs. grand jury witness ........ 8.00 5.30 K. G. Knndson. grand jury witness B. R. Kern. grand jury witness ........ L. A. Larson. grand jury witness 6.85 Adolf Leehner. grand jury witness Ben Martinson. state witness ........ Mike Martinson. state witness ........ 3.00 Rhoda Plummer. grand jury and state witness ................................ 15.15 E M. Plummer, rand jury and state witness ................................ D. Sipes, grand jury witness ............ Frank Stutler. rand jury witness J. H. Whitfield, grand jury and state witness ................................ Anna Wheeler, rand jury and state witness ................................ 6.84 A. A. Zwiener, state witness ....... 3.12 Total ............................................... $ 163.92 PROBATE COURT. Jhn Gowan. Sheriff, expenses in the cases of Gustav Lindstrom. Thee. R. Lascar. Otto Drewien, Emil Hanson md Lizzie Miley$ 183.30 Dr. Chas. Bolsta. examiner's fee. Gustav Linslrom and Lizzie Miley ........................................... 10.60 Dr. B. R. Karn. examiner's fee, Gustav Lindst rom. Thee. R. Loscar, John W. Johnson Emil Hanson, Lizzie Miley .............. 26.50 Dr. D. M. O'Donnell, examiner's fee, The<). R. Losear. Otto 12,00 Drewien, and John W. Johnson 15.90 Dr. H. J. Shelver. examiner's 86.20 fee, Otto Drewien and Emil 79.50 Hanson ............................................ 10.60 67.50 Treas. Ramsey Cunty, expenses and committment to School for 116.20 feeble minded (Myrns M. Hoff- man) ................................................ 75.00 Treas. Ramsey County. insanity of 66.30 Minnie Wellendor f .................... Dr. W. C. Kaufman, witness in case 10.00 of Emil Hanson ........................... 10.00 Total ................................................ $ 0,00 MISCELLANEOUS FEES. 30.00 Dr. B. R. Karn, coroner, fees in cases of" Chas. Twitchell. Hal- 38.00 vor Hanson. H C. Mathews. Helgeson baby, twin babies of Iura Sipes, Eddie Weidman, Hokan OIson. Grace Peterson and Chas. O'Berg ....................... $ 113.30 A. H. Stuges. Register of Deeds. recording deed. certificates of election and engineer's bond ........ 6:00 Hayden French. Clerk of Court. fee for Delinquenl Tax List .......... 59.85 Total ................... $ 179.15 MUNICIPAL COURT. Gee. MaeMurphey, expenses in cases of state vs. Laura Sipes, Gust Rothi. C. Lovaas, Floyd Ed- wards. Frank Berdan. Elmer Linard and Louis McNevin, F. G. Thompson and H. E. Wick....$ 153.72 John Gowan sheriff. Expenses tak- ing Laura Sipes to Hennepin County Jail ............................... 53.56 W. P. Mittelstadt. board of Otto Drewien. prisoner ........................ 6.50 W. P. Mittolstadt. meals for Jury. Thompson and Wicks ................ 5.50 Total ....................................  ........... $ 219.28 DISTRICT COURT. 7.20 (Miscellaneous Expenses.) 6.80 5.80 John T. Crippen. Bailiff .................... $ John Gowan. sheriff, serving jury 6.60 summons and subpoenas ............ 6.20 J' C. Gowan, Bailiff ........................ 5.00 Chas. E. Seofield, Bailiff .................... 5.90 G. L. lt. Tucker, court reporter dur- 5.00 ing year .......................................... 6.00 Katherine F. Sparrow, deputy clerk 5.80 of court .......................................... Korner Kafe. Meals for jurors ........ 4.80 Jas. B. OrmOnd. fee as attorney for Fraok Berdan ................................ 4.10 Geo. W. Beise. fee as attorney for ,6.00 Elmer Linard and L. McNevin 6.20 Cliff & Purcell, fee as attorneys for 5.80 Laura Sipes .................................. Chas. E. (hrisman. fee as attorney 87.20 for S. C. Kight ............................ John Gowan, Sheriff, trip to Mor- ris with Frank Berdan and trip to Browns Valley, Anthony Per- rin case .......................................... 2.75 R. G. Farrington, County Attorney, .35 expense to Morris, State vs. 1.02 Elmer Linard ned L. McNevin 5.24 .35 Hayden French,. Clerk of Court. .46 expense to Morris, State vs. El- .20 mar Linard and Louis McNevin 4.24 .... John Gowan, Sheriff, expense bring- 5.13 ing 1,aura Sipes from Henne- pin county jail to Ortonville 47.96 John Gowan. Sheriff. expense bring- ing Albertina Ansrud to Or- tonviite for trial ............................ 10.40 Mrs. John Gowan. care of Laura 2.40 Sipes during trial ...................... 17.50 ] 1.10 Total ............................................... $ 726.04 1.10 2.10 Petit Jurors, Mileage and Per Diem. Nat Anderson ...................................... $ 28.20 2.40 Albert Anderson .................................... 36.00 A. J. Anderson .................................... 6.80 9.10 J, A. Blackwelder ................................ 30.00 Christ Bottge ........................................ 50.80 Peter Bebrens ...................................... 29.60 Ward Brady .......................................... 35.20 Robert Carlson ..................................... 24.20 17.75 1. C. Clapp ............................................ 29.20 T. B. Deeds ........................................ 25.60 7.25 R. L. Dexter ........................................ 2.00 2.00 Ed. Dittes ............................................ 22.40 6.50 Gustav Ell ............................................ 22.00 4.75 S. L. Erickson .................................... 28.40 2.50 J. O. Finberg ........................................ 15.00 2.75 W. D. Gewan ..... " .................................. 36.40 17.75 A. E. Gongoli ........................................ 37.20 3,25 E. R. Gerber ........................................ 22.00 3.75 John Higgins ....................................... 20.00 1.00 Nels Hagevik ........................................ 36.40 1.25 Murle Hudson ........................................ 52.40 8.25 i-larry Hoxtell ....................................... 26.00 3.09 L. S. Hanson ....................................... 27.25 .50 Jens ]tIuselid 24.00 2.75 C. E. Hudson ........................................ 27.20 4.25 C. A. Johnson ..................................... 3.50 C. C. Johuson ........................................ 3.25 Albert Jacobsen .................................... 2.25 Freeman Johnson ................................ 1.75 C. (L Knudson .................................... .25 Peter Kohl ............................................ 4.25 David Lindholm .................................... .50 John Lestina ........................................ Victor Lewis .......................................... Ft. Larkin ........................................... 105.00 Ben Lysing .......................................... Andrew Larson .................................... A. J. McRae ........................................ Chas. Mathison .................................... Dan Mullin ................................. Hugo Menzel .................... M. J. Martinson ................................ RR. D. Martinson ................................ . J. MeRae ................ : ........................... Gee. Nelson ........................................ Swan P. Nelson ................................... -- -- J.J. O'Conner .................................. J. W. O'Leary ..................................... Stewart Peterson .............................. Iohn Parker ....................................... W. G. Poirier .................................... Peder N. Rygg .................................... Oscar Rodengen .................................... ---- Wm. Roberts ....................................... L. A. Reynolds ................................... B. Stegner. Jr ..................................... Steffen Seer ......................................... Will Sanders ....................................... S. M. Samuelson .................................... Albert Storeim Frank Swedlund ................................ Henry Skundberg ................................. Ray Steger .......................................... John Taffe ............................................ Christ Torgeson ................................ Harry Thompson ................................ John Voage ............................................ Ael Voage ............................................ 2" VanHorn .................................... . Wellendor f ................................ Kee Welch ............................................ Jos. Woiach ........................................ I. J. Woiaeh ........................................ Fred Woodard ...................................... Max Winter ........................................ Total ............................................... $ Grnmd Jurors, Mileage and Per Diem. R, G. Farrinton, County Attorney..$  1,800.00 Superintendent of Schools. Martha M. Rothwell, Supt. of Schools $1,700.00 CourI r. G. L. H. Tueker. r....$ 541.50 County . Agnes Rogoshasks, County Nurse..$ 500.00 Janitor. Ed. KalIberg, Janitor for Jan. and Feb ................................................... $ 170.00 W. L. Potter, Janitor, March to December, Inclusive .................... 850.00 Total .............................................. $ 1,020.00 Agricultural Agent. M. P. Roske, Agricultural Agent, salary and expenses .................. $ 1,472.12 Mother's Pension. Mrs. Mamie Bentz, Nov. and Dec...$ 50.00 Mrs. Corn Strucke, Jan. to Dee, inclusive .......................................... 300.00 Mrs. Lena Schwar, Marsh to De- camber, inclusive ........................ 150.00 Mrs, Hannah Kunter, February to December. inclusive .................... 85.00 Mrs.-Mrtie Burns, Jan. to Dee., inclusive .......................................... 420.00 Mrs. Katherine Voss. January to December," inclusive .................... 119.00 Total .......................................... $ See. Blank Bk. and Printing Co., 5.48 time checks, tax books, records, ete ..................................................... 34.72 Miller-Davis Co., blanks, settlement - 4.56 sheets, ledger sheets, etc ......... 1.12 Free Press Co.. county warrants, assessment books, mncad files, 7.00 etc ..................................................... 2.92 3.62 Total ................................................ $ 2.56 6.80 2.12 PUBLISHING AND Ortonville Journal ............................. $ Clinton Advocate ................................ Gracev;lle Enterprise ........................ Beardsley News .................................... E. R. Trebon 4.12 Total l.lz 2.56 13.52 2.68 WOLF BOUNTIES. 2.68 7.12 J. A. Smith. [ full grown wolf ........ $ Carl Anderson. 2 full grown wolves 6.12 L. J. Bailey, 1 full gr,wn wolf and 3.64 5 cubs ............................................ 2.12 L. W. Lindstrem. 4 cub wolves 3.24 Total ................................................ $ -- MISCELLANEOUS. W. T. Utley, Co. Treas., premium on surety bonds ........................ $ H. H. Reindl. premium on surety bond of CO. Treas. Ortonville State Bank. premmm on insurance policy ............................ A. B, Kaercher, premium on insur- ance policy .................................... Chas. E'. Seofield. premium on Work- men's Compensation policy ........ City of Ortonviile. sprinkling court hou block 1920 and 1921 ........ W. E. Stegner, correcting examina- tion papers .................................... Maude Desso. correcting state exam. papers .............................................. Malinda Gerber. correcting state " exam. papers ................................ Henry Rines, St. Treas., tax of J. A. Murphey, and Wil- lie H. Winter ............................. John Gowan, Sheriff, posting no- tices, division of Prior Twp... Peter H. Behrens, 3 .days drawing jurors ............................................. 10.30 Henry Corneiisen. livery to Beards- ley---Sipes ease .......................... 63.80 Dr. Chas Bolsta, 2 post mortem ex- aminations Sipes twins) ........ 11.00 Dr. Otto Bergan, trip to Sipes farm for lifting quarantine ................ 332.00 Edw. Gettman, Memorial Day ap- propriation to Graceville Legion J. A. Anderson. Memorial Day ap- propriation "to Beardsley Le- glen .................................................. Edw. J. Seidl. Memorial Day ap- propriation to Cinton Legion J. T. Crippen. Memorial Day ap- propriation to Ortonville Post Free Press Co., rural school di- p|omas ............................................ Martha M. Rothwe].. ribbon for di- plomas .............................................. E B. Orton. lettering rural school diplomas .......................................... Oscar Harrison. appropriation to County Fair association ............ Grand Theatre. rental of operahouse for rural school graduation ...... Minn. School for Blind, care of John Geseinger for 1921 ....................... E. E. Striker, preliminary expense m organizing drainak'e district G. C. Hanna, Supt. of Schools for feebleomindcd, car of Mary Spanyers. Marion Hayes and Myrtle Anderson .......................... Chas. H Bolsta. refundment of the esstate of Paul Luchsinger ........ Graeeville State Bank. handling pro- ceedings in $20,000.00 bond is- sue q Court house bonds) ........ Roger Casey, inspecting boiler ........ Earl Brown. Sheriff, Hennepin Co., serving tax citation .................... O, M. Osen, planting trees on courthouse giunds .................... First National Bank, Ortonvtlle, insurance on courthouse bonds.. Ray G. Farrington, telephone rest for Co. Atty. 1919-1920 and 1921 .................................................. Ray G. Farrington, Co. Atty., ex- pense to Capitol (Correll Bank) Total ..................... : ..$ JAIL AND PRISONERS. Nels .Anderson ...................................... $ 11.20 C. N. Baker ......................................... 8.00 Robert Burns ....................................... 14.20 J. H. Black ........................................ 12.60 Gust Carlson ..................................... 11.80 Gee. Conway ........................................ 16,00 Joe Dimberg ....................................... 11.00 D. L. Danielson ................................. 12.80 Chas, Evans ......................................... 15.80 F. R. Finberg ........................................ 10.60 C. D. Flfleld ........................................ 6.20 John Gnstafson .................................. I0.00 Gee. Gibson ............................................ 0.00 rank Harris ........................................ 8.20 hn Hornet 13.20 T.R. Hornet ........................................ 14.20 Bert Hashrauch 14.20 Peter Holms ........................................ 12.40 Orre Huizinga ........................................ 10.80 Hns Hemmingson ........................... 16.00 Earl M. Johnson ................................ 13.00 Henry Knudson .................................... 12.40 Henry Kemp ........... : ............................ 10.20 Carl Ludtke ........................................ 14.20 Henry Lux ............................................ 14.80 J: H. MalTtin 10.40 .McRae :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 12.20 J. A. MeNiff ........................................ 10.20 Guy Norton ............................................ 10.30 Harry O'Neill ........................................ 14.40 Carl Olson .............................................. 12.60 Martin Pearson .................................... 11.00 Chas. Propp ........................................ 9.00 Martin Rasmussen ................................ 10.60 Jas. Reardon ....................................... 16.00 B. F. Stegner, Sr ............................... 8.20 Ed. Skreiter .................................... 8.20 Scion Sails ............................................ 8,20 F, W. Schmidt .................................. 8.00 R. C. Schendel ...................................... 13.60 Teo. Swanson ................................. 11.80 Frank Valesh ..... " ................................ 12.20 L, F. Wood ........................................ 12.00 Ralph Winters ................................ 12.60 ,.o-- Total ...................... $ $13.$0 Hennepin County. Board of Laura Sipes ............................................... 129.93 Iohn Gowan. Sheriff, board of prisoners during 1921 ................ 194.75 Total ................................. $ 324.68 COURT HOUSE AND GROUNDS. Fuel. )rtonville Elevator & Milling Co.. coal and edgings ....................... $ 463.30 Labor. C, E. Sigloh. repairing lights .......... $ 4.50 M. J. Hausauer, hauling ashes ........ 17.00 Fred Brown, repairing clock and re- cording machine ............................ 3.00 Wm. Cummens. sharpening lawn 6.40 mower ......................................... J D. Ross & Co., labor on heating plant eta .................................. :.. 11.25 Ortonville Hdw. Co.. labor on 10.60 heating plaint and cleaning om 50.80 sewer .............................................. 49.00 22.40 T. A. Farrell. repairing boiler ........ 24.00 28.00 August Lindert. plumbing ................ 23.95 ]7.00 Fred Peterson & Son. hauling coal 19.80 and a,es ........................................ 38.47 30.00 Burroughs Adding Machine Co.. 50.60 overhaulin machines ................ 13.65 43.80 John Maimquist, painting" cabinet .... 3.00 28.40 V. E. Kallberg, putting rop in flag 24.80 pole .................................................. 1.00 30.00 M. M. Johnson Fr. Co.. setting 28.20 gla,a, repairing chair etc ......... 4.50 43.20 H. A. Iogers Co.. repmiring engin- 16.40 err's transit .................................... 26.50 42.80 W. T. Utley, money paid to Chas. 1L65 Sigl(h for repair of light switch 1.00 26.00 Robert Carlson, epairing sidewalk 11.50 28.40 " i A" Barr. repairin and wireing .... 21.81 43.00 . . Meyers, repairing typewriters 14.00 and book machine ........................ 55.00 40.40 Otto LaCombe, helping with storm 48.00 windows ......................................... 10.85 24.20 .60 Total .............................................. $ 326.38 5.40 48.00 19.60 Merchandise, 28.40 White's Garage, l doz. extension 20.40 plugs .............................................. $ 3.00 41.20 M, M. Johnson Furniture CO., plate 37.60 glass, awnings, cots, ate .......... 108.14 27.20 Ortonviile Hardware Co., plate 32.80 glass, nails etc ............................. 66.05 30.0 Pioneer Store Co-op. Co., matches, 4.00 cheese cloth, blankets eta ......... 51,70 32.00 C. E. Sigloh, light cord, sockets etc., 8.30 28.80 Wilson Chemical CO., sweeping com. 33.60 pound .............................................. 37.75 28.80 Geier Lumber CO.. lumber ................ 82.45 82.00 j. D. Rosa & Co., window glass, 26A0 paint, brnsbes, shovels, etc ..... 114.12 7.60 N. W. Sanitary Supply Co., mops, 4.00 soap, paper towels ate ............. 48.80 41.70 Pyramid Oil Co., 100 Ibs. Vanite .... 11.50 36.40 Gunderson Drug CO., meuratie aeld, 13.20 corks, paste, glue ........................ 7.60 28.40 West Disinfecting Co., paper towels, 28.80 toilet paper .................................... 33.45 33.20 H. M. Kilvington, cabinet ................ 25.00 K. A. Holman, stickers and disin- fectant .............................................. 2.00 Standard Oil Co., furniture polish .... 5.88 Wm. McDounelL 1 engineer's transit 76.00 Gold Bros. Briek CO., fire brick ........ 1.50 H. A. Hedin, wall map of state highways ........................................ 8.95 Park Garage, flash light for sieriff 2.00 M. A. Wyman, floor brnhee ............ 4.15 Botsford Lumber Co., roofing and post .................................................... 4.10 Tyler's Variety Store, dishes for jail 2.64 Total ................................................ $. 648.08 BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONEEY AND SUPPLIES. Graeeville Enterprise, Stationery...$ Clinton Advocate. stationery ............ Ortonville Independent, stationery and county bills ........................ Ortonville Journal, stationery, state- ments and court calanders. ....... Ortonville Star, stationery .............. Gunderson Drug Co., letter tray, ink and 3 in 1 oil .................. H. A." Rogers & Co., lumber cray- ons .................................................. National Sales & ServiCe Co., type- writer ribbons and carbon ........ Remington Typewriter Co., type- writing paper ................................ Burroughs Adding Mash. Co., rib- ben for machine ............................ Frankel Mfg. Co., typewriter rib- bons .............................................. St. Paul Bk. & Stationery Co., sup- plies for Supt. of Schools .......... W. M. Welch Mfg. Co.. state ex. amination paper ........................ Hammond & Stephens Co,, blanks and attendance awgrds ................ Louis F. Dew Co., typewriter pa- per, stoneils poil wrappers, eto. Kimball-Storer Co.. record books and supplies ................................. FrttmCroas Co.. current tax receipts, umord book, blanks eta ............. 15.25 8.50 189.25 178.33 1.25 4.60 2.06 14.50 2.31 1.00 9.00 11.47 21.25 65.03 95.66 95.67 440.98 COUNTY POOR FUND, Receipts. Balance on hand Jan. 1. 1921 ............ $, March settlement ................................ June Settlement .................................. November Settlement Total ............................ $ Disbursements. Warrants issued to I)aupers ......... ,.$ Refundments .......................................... Transferred to County RevenUe fund .................................................. Balance on hand Jan. 1. 1922 .......... Total .......................... $ PAUPERS. Dick Rikimoto, Graceville Lumber Co., fuel ..... $ Village of Graeeville. House rent Nov. 1, 1920, to Dec, 1, 1921 Western Minnesota Hospital, room and care of Mrs. RikimotO .... Dr. C, L Onver, operation, MrS. Rikimoto ....................................... Monarch levator Co., fuel ............... Total Mrs. E. Raddets. Dr, Otto Rergan. medical for Mrs, Raddats J, D, Ross & Co., burial expenses Mrs, Raddats Total Chas. Loot. Pioneer Store Co-op. CO., Gunderson Drug CO.. medicine Dr. Chas. Bolsta. medical attendgne$ Johnson Bros.. board and care, AU, 11 to 20 ...................................... Mrs. Jerome Spink. meals for wek ................................................. Ortonvilla Else, & Milling Go fuel Total Mrs. E. A. IIL Pioneer Store Co-op. Co., OrtonvINe Else, & Milling Co.. Geier Bros., fuel .............................. " F. Petereen & .Son, hauling fuei Gunderson Drug CO., medielne ...-." Dr. D. M. O'Donnell, medical tondance Nels Pearson, homm rent, 1920 to October 1, 1921 Total Mrs. J. Karsten. Pioneer Store Co-op. Co,, md. Ortonville Elevator & Milliztg fuel Geler Bros.. fuel Mrs. Ann Mellon. house rent, 1, 1920 to Dee. 1, 1921 F. Peterson & Son, haulin Dr. D. M. O'Donnell. tendance Total Mrs. Richard Boil. Franeisean Convent, board ! care, Oct. 21, 1920 to Oct, 1921 Casper Brenchen and St. Joseph's Home, board Aug 27, 1920 to Sept